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"kevin bacon" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

11:01 min | 3 months ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on Amanpour

"Weeks ago. Veg out knocking to trust the Internet. I'm not going to trust the the web for that. Alex life or death or people are willing to to give the privacy issues in the privacy hawks who said we can't do anything you know the little bit of leeway there with regard to the testing because it is so local right. Now I tell you there's a five percent chance you're GonNa die of your positive but I don't have a test to tell you whether your positive all of a sudden you start saying well. Privacy is important but it's not all that important right. Now go ahead and test me. Could it do database if you think it will help for my mom or my dad or my children and let's go for it after the the the Kobe. Pandemic settles down. I think we will have to come back. And we look at all the privacy regulation for virtual care for telemedicine telehealth for laboratory data. But we're in this emergency mode. Now I think people be pretty lenient because it will be or testing and contact tracing will be lifesaving or sure harrasment. Ask you to put your doctor back on. You'd never really taken. Are we going to be okay? Yes yes the human body is unbelievable in terms of the biological plasticity of responding and fighting. And that's why we have this fight or flight response. Viramune system has developed a strong as it is now so if we couple that with the very best science in the world is not all here in the United States. The vaccines as many vaccines are being developed overseas. If we could all of that together with science and science will provide the endpoint the vaccine the antiviral treatments coupled with the plasticity of members of the human body in biology. Put that together with what we just talked about the human spirit and the plasticity of the Human Spirit. We definitely are going to be okay. Refer patients is one of our humility is would acquire honesty but with that we will get through this and we will win this battle. Dr Bill Frist former senator from Tennessee. A former Senate majority leader. Thank you so much for talking to us. I hope you're right like you such an important conversation. And finally we all know Kevin Bacon from his popular roles in Hollywood. Hits like footloose a few good men and Apollo Thirteen. But now he's using his platform to help the hardworking healthcare forces through his charity. Six degrees dot org and he's also using his name and his fame spread the main message of the moment. Take a listen. I folks you know me right. I'm technically only six degrees away from you right now. Alec people around the world staying because it saves lives and the only way. We're going to slow down the spread of this corona virus. Because the contact that you make with someone makes contact with someone else that may be what makes somebody's mom or GRANDPA or wave sick. Every one of us has someone who was worth staying home for and I am staying home. We're curious at work and Kevin. Bacon joins me from Los Angeles. Of course Kira is his wife. So that's a really good simple message that everybody gets Kevin Bacon Welcome? Welcome to the program and I just wondered if you can explain because I know a lot of people know but they may not be. There may be some. Don't know the six degree kind of kind of joke. That has that has ballooned over the years quite a few years ago. A couple of guys in college students came up with this idea that you could play game where you try to connect to any other actor in the acting universe in six degrees or less and and I kinda thought it was a joke at my expense. You know my first reaction was just talking about. How can this loser be connected? To Laurence Olivier like one of the great but it just hung in there for so many years and I couldn't I couldn't dodge you know just had this kind of hang time and you know now as sort of embraced it because it just doesn't seem to go away but not that I mean you made the charity in that name and you using it at a time when everybody is yearning for connection needs to be connected even if it's not physically and needs to feel that kind of helps you must felt kind of good about your charity. The name and what you're able to do well you know I from the very beginning and thought to myself you know the Games never really been about me. It's really about the fact as you point out that people have a lot of can we that we do have connections to each other. You need to take me out of the the game. The the virus is a sort of tragic example of how those connections work right. We you go into a crowded comes all over the world and we're all very very aware right now. We are in a global kind of situation on the flip side on the positive side as you city. Everyone is trying to connect. We're connecting with. Our families were connecting with our friends. I think that this kind of isolation has made us realize how important human connection is and the truth is that I was feeling as though people were just kind of escaping in our society into our computers into our phones and not really. You know there's a lot was written about how we were kind of losing this desire to actually engage with each other but I think this is really shown us that that is still burns pretty hot for human beings. Yeah and what you've done is used us part of your platform to help provide meals to the healthcare providers who we all know. Now are the true serious footsoldiers of this battle and who every night all over the world people go out and tap and cheer them. What are you able to do well? How many meals Hutu? Where's that reaching? Well it's called. I feed the front and it is focused through six degrees dot org on on to two organizations right now. One is called feet. The fighting one is called frontline foods and they came up with a really kind of interesting idea. Which is that restaurants are struggling. Healthcare workers are are overworked and emotionally overwhelmed. And we all know that we need to get through our days. You know I mean I have a tremendous amount of gratitude to the fact that Ed. I'm here with my wife. I'm not having to go and put my my my life at risk every day and we have plenty of food. And so what what what what we do if you make a donation even a small donation that goes to a restaurant that creates this food and then drops it off at a at a hospital or a Emergency Care Unit or wherever it is in feet healthcare workers. So it's kind of. It's kind of like a double good in a way because the employees that are working at the restaurants are able to keep their jobs and have something to do and and it's tough. It's a tough time to ask anybody to get anything. And I one hundred percent get that people are really really strapped right now really having a tremendous amount of fear about what the future is going to hold for them financially. So I think it's a. It's a personal choice but I can tell you that one hundred percent of the money that you give we'll go to feeding healthcare workers. So idea was to kind of take this beautiful idea that you've seen happening all over the world where people at seven o'clock during the shift change are going out and and clapping and turning it into something you can eat so the way it works is the Hashtag is I feed the fronts. And at seven o'clock you can do some kind of clapping. Whatever Kinda goofy clap and you WanNa do and then put the lane to sixty or or or make a donation or whatever you can. So what is it like for you as an actor not to be out the plying? Your trade obviously applies to many many people. But you've also said that you think that potentially out of this darkness could come great odd great creative creativity. I wonder what exactly you mean by that. And what you might be thinking of in that in that space. Well you know. Listen A as an actor to be out work. It sure. It's it's it's difficult but I don't want to pretend that I am struggling worst than someone who lives hand to mouth. I mean I'm good. I have nothing but gratitude for through the situation that I'm in and as actors. We often take months and months and months between gigs. Were always kind of trying to find something to do. I am someone who wakes up every day when I'm not working and I work. I work at a songwriting. I work at fixing things around the house. I work at agreeing meal so a lot of what I'm doing now I work. I do you know how to work. I mean a lot of what I'm doing is very similar to what I do in a normal life. The one thing I'll say about the creativity is that I take when this first hit a lot of really creative people went. Okay I gotTa Create Net because I have this time to create and they're making music and there's a lot of great stuff. I'm sure there's beautiful art that's GonNa come out of it and and songs and I also think that you can't put too much pressure on yourself to create every day because we have to realize that we're living in with a tremendous amount of stress which is not something that we necessarily live with all the time so I find myself as a as I think myself as a pretty creative person in the course of my day. Sometimes I'll just stare at the floor and I'm thinking I'm incapacitated okay and I think you have to really let yourself off the hook about that and you know you'll your feelings around around this this distress. Yeah well you've really you've really made a difference and used the messaging very successfully. I stay at home for that is pretty succinct and people can get it Kevin Bacon. Thank you very much indeed for joining us and that is it for now you can always catch US online. All over our social media and our podcast. Thank you for watching and goodbye from London..

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

Hello Monday by LinkedIn

10:58 min | 4 months ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

"Hey it's Jesse coming at you again between Mondays with a bonus episode. Why well because Kevin Bacon got in touch? You know the actor Kevin. Bacon when I was a teenager. Some college kids made that game about him. Six degrees of Kevin Bacon movie buffs challenge each other to find the shortest path between any actor in Kevin like my producer for example Sarah Storm. She's also a working actor. Hey Sarah Hi Jessie Okay Sarah. Let's play okay. I know that you do TV and not movies but think broadly here. I'll be right. I don't know I love. I aspire I aspire to be what you were not so long ago which was a character on law and order. Svu right it a dream. Yup Yup Yup so I played this woman named Bronwyn freed. Okay so okay Bronwin yeah. Let's see if we can get from Bronwyn to Kevin so dean winters Prolific an amazing actor. You might know him from like the allstate mayhem. Commercials has also done a big stint on law and order. Svu He's also done a pretty big stint on one of my favorite comedies Brooklyn nine nine which also features curious Sedgwick Kevin Bacon incredible spouse and also frequent co-star amazing. So that would give you essentially a bacon number of three as I understand it. It strikes me. The connections are so much more than physical and it is the way that we are connected as humans putting our heads and minds together. That's GonNa stop all this so now Kevin's trying to use his name to raise awareness about the importance of staying home. If you can plenty of people from nurses. Two doctors to bus drivers have to go to work. They don't have a choice and we're grateful that they do because at the moment they're basically keeping the world turning but all the rest of us have to do our part to keep them safer. And what's that it's staying home hi. Kevin it's Jessi hempel host of. Hello Monday how are you well? Thank you Kevin. It's really great to speak with you but I have to start by acknowledging that we're speaking really challenging times and so I wanted to start by just asking if everybody you're with is okay right now. Everybody I'm with is okay right now. I got a nice text yesterday from a friend who had been tested. A new came back negative. So that made me That was my big news for that day Our circle is very very small at this point just in terms of who I'm actually interacting with in in any kind of physical work But I think that I I'm sure you've noticed that we are at a point where because we're Were so Stuck at home we we. We're kind of reaching out a lot of people that we haven't necessarily wouldn't necessarily speak to and checking old friends. That's been a real you know a little bit of Silver Lining. It has been a silver lining. The reason we're on the phone today is to talk about something that you're trying to do yourself to help with awareness around this important thing that we need to be doing right now. Which is staying home really started thinking about ways to connect six degrees Which is a foundation that I've had for many years to This idea of staying at home and someone came up with the I stay home for Hashtag and because of my connection to this. You know crazy game. That has been around for years because of the the issue of Social distancing versus connectivity. I seem to be a natural kind of fit for a Lotta years. I've been thinking about this this six degrees thing because when I heard about the game you know I sort of thought it was a joke at my expense and then it just didn't really go away and And I started thinking about the fact that you take me out of it which is really what this is all about. It's really never ever six degrees. Never really ever been about me. I mean I was a kind of a random choice that happened to be on a TV screen. When these these college kids were sitting around and came up with the idea of the guy who created that game which I've long loved. I think I was in college around the time that it was created. No I never knew them. No no no they were. They were College kids from I think it's all great college in Pennsylvania and now I I had nothing to I had nothing to do with it You really think that it just kind of appeared and you know this is before before social media so it was almost before even the idea of something I hate to even use this word but was before anything spread byerly. You know it was just a Was just as you know. Kinda crazy concept that people started talking to me about and I started to hear about it different. I heard about it on Howard Stern. I heard about it on this on the Jon Stewart show And and I thought Oh. This is kind of a nightmare because I thought that it was joke. You know that. Can you believe a loser like Kevin? Bacon can be you know Connected to all ingrates and in Hollywood history. But then I started thinking you know if you if you do take me out of it and like I said I mean I just don't think it's ever been about a. The concept is actually a really power one and that is that we are all connected and sadly With this is a tough way to learn that but this virus is really really good example of that not weeks ago he thought it was enough to just wash hands and looking forward. We have no idea what's ahead and I just think that one of the most challenging things about this for all of us is really sitting in the unknown in not being able to know what the next moments going to be like an only understanding that it's going to be that way for a while Can't think of anything else in my lifetime. That has caused me to become this comfortable with not knowing something. That's right but the tough thing to give yourself over to. I completely agree And and also you know we're people and society that tends to want to plan for the future and And we're now we're forced into a situation where we just have to take it one one day at a time and it's That's making things. Go feel Kinda slow. I don't know if they do for you but I I feel like time. It's hit along and I turn around and go. Jesus it's only been. It's only been a week I mean or or whatever it's been since I've been in You know in this in this kind of Version are my version of lockdown. So Yeah. This is a challenge. It's a challenge. I don't understand more about how your foundation works to connect people. Can you tell us more about that? you know my my foundation is always in a kind of changing morphing Situation when I was trying to put something together I was at a point my life years ago where I sort of felt like I needed to Get Out of my own Kind of self obsession about career all these kinds of things and I and I looked to Paul Newman and I saw what what Paul done with his food. And you know the fact that he liked to cook and and was then raiding hundreds of millions for different charities and selling this stuff and and I thought well what do I have that I'm branded with. And that's when the idea of six degrees kind of popped up and I really didn't know anything about philanthropic. I've been benefits and I showed up and then in auctions and all that kind of stuff but I'd never really been bob launching something called the rapidly. And frankly you know. I'm still kind of learning. I mean I feel like This is this campaign. It's hard to explain what we do but this campaign would be sort of a good example of of the of the concept behind six degrees. Did you ever go back to those two college guys? Who created that game and thank them for setting you on this course. Yeah well I had been in touch with them. I. I met them when John Stewart had a nighttime talk show and you know it was at first. I was like you know kind of like. I don't want to meet these guys you know. They've they've saddled with this terrible thing but then I saw that really that they were actually extremely. You know supportive and sweet and early like like my movies. You know what I mean. It was actually the training Kevin. They were actually they were actually says and and so I was like okay. I got a refrain this touch Through the years you know there was a moment when I've Well maybe there's a way to make a buck on this thing and you know and we had a board game and we had a a book but the truth is that the thing about the six degrees thing. Which is. I can't really think too many examples of this is it. It's not anything that you can hold in your hand you know it's just it's just an idea it's just a It's it's just a concept and that's one of the things that I think is so interesting about is It's not it's not tangible. It's almost like a a strange kind of the philosophy of of the connectivity of human beings and like I say it's never been about me It's always been about us as a as a as a planet. Well I think it is more than a philosophy. It's also a sense of comfort that the whole idea gives you that you can actually trace yourself to whoever you're around whether you know them or not whether they live near you or not somehow.

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Kevin Bacon on his #IStayHomeFor social distancing campaign

WBBM Morning News

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

Kevin Bacon on his #IStayHomeFor social distancing campaign

"Stay home award winning actor that's Kevin bacon is created a social media campaign to encourage social distancing celebrities like Ellen DeGeneres demi Lovato Elton John have all participated in the I stay home for challenge Kevin bacon kicked it off by sharing who he stays home for right now with people around the world to stay in because it saves lives that is the only way we're going to slow down the spread of this coronavirus everyone of us has someone who is worth staying home for and I am staying home for here says work N. care center is a doll and Kevin's wife we were on a plane went she's awesome Kevin bacon

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Kevin Bacon Has a 'Six Degrees' Idea

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:15 sec | 4 months ago

Kevin Bacon Has a 'Six Degrees' Idea

"Kevin bacon is promoting six degrees of separation during the corona virus outbreak the actor long associated with the game six degrees of Kevin bacon has released a video on Instagram calling for each of his one million followers to stay at home and to tag six friends to do the

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What's behind the latest European bid to save the Iran nuclear deal?

Ben Shapiro

09:57 min | 7 months ago

What's behind the latest European bid to save the Iran nuclear deal?

"So what if I told you like a month ago if France Germany and the UK were all going to get on board with sanctions against Iran well president trump was president when you said big diplomatic win for president trump when you have said good move for present what if I told you all three of those countries are gonna get on board with sanctions against Iran additional sanctions against Iran after the death of the second most powerful person in Iran and the leader of their entire terror regime which is a good move for trump well all that is happening what if I told you that there be a runny and protests in the streets against the regime I mean all that be pretty good news what if I told you that the Iranians were so scared of trump that they had actually started to dismantle some of their terrorist allies in places like Iraq and that they were free notifying the Iraqi government about strikes in advance well that's pretty good right well that let the the first one about friends in Germany the UK that is now coming to reality it's coming to fruition Stephen earlier reporting at The New York Times Britain France and Germany on Tuesday formally accused Iran of breaking the twenty fifteen agreement that limited its nuclear program taking the first step for reimposing you want sanctions the European countries started the clock running on what could be some sixty days of negotiations with Iran about coming back into full compliance with the nuclear deal under the agreement if they cannot resolve their dispute that could provide you and sanctions on Iran that had been suspended under the deal including an arms embargo the move which had been expected for more than a week was delayed when he was killed top commander Major General Qassem Soleimani with repercussions that are still playing out in Iran and across the region president trump withdrew in twenty eighteen it from the deal in response to her on his repeatedly move beyond the limits that the agreement had placed on its uranium enrichment raising fears it could be close to building an atomic bomb Europeans want to save the deal they want to persuade Washington into her on to begin a new set of negotiations about missile development and runs regional activities so in other words the Europeans are now pushing the negotiations between the United States and Iran and they're doing so with the knowledge will be opening knowledge men at this point Iran is gonna have to cave on its ballistic missile testing and it's gonna have to restrict its terror activities again a big win for trump because the Obama administration deal JC PO I was specifically based on the idea that was none of the west business whether Iran pursue terrorism or ballistic missiles which by the way is really very much less business the terrorism pursued by Ron very often takes place in the west and those ballistic missiles those long range ballistic missiles as they are developed they have the capacity hit Europe the three European countries all signatories to the JZ PO I clearly felt they had response around moving away from compliance in a joint statement the foreign ministers of Britain France and Germany so they want to run on December six that quote unless it reversed course we have no choice but to take action but Iran has chosen to further reduce compliance on Tuesday they set in motion the nuclear deal the dispute resolution process they said in good faith with the overarching objective the preserving J. P. B. J. C. P. away and in the sincere hope of finding a way forward through constructive diplomatic dialogue the three countries reiterated they don't want to withdraw from the deal entirely and they're not in favor of the maximum pressure campaign they said is that our hope is to bring around back into full compliance but here's the reality because the United States took a strong position and because the Iranians responded that strong position with both weakness with regard to terrorism but also but this sort of militant signaling about their nuclear program the Europeans are now stuck between a rock and a hard place that deal was never tenable and now it is seriously untenable earlier this month runs it would no longer abide by any restrictions in its uranium enrichment without specifying what would actually do the Europeans that use that is useful ambiguity saying okay well I haven't completely pulled out of the agreement so let's get into negotiations the Europeans especially prime minister Boris Johnson Briton wanna give a nod toward trump also trying to bring urgency to diplomatic efforts to get the talks under way again the trump administration would love nothing better than a new and improved J. C. P. away they made this fairly clear they're not looking for work to run if there were an offramp here involved Iran limiting its terror activity stopping is terror activities stopping its ballistic missile testing and stopping its nuclear program in exchange for economic normalization the entire west would be overjoyed right left and center the question is whether that pressure could ever be brought to bear on rock about was busy kissing **** to the mullahs when the Europeans were joining him Boris Johnson said let's style was thing down president trump is a great deal maker by his own account let's work together to replace the JZ peeling at the trump deal instead and that's the the smart way for Boris Johnson to go always appealing intrinsic always always marble and separate statement for minister Heiko Maas in Germany so we can no longer leave unanswered increasing Runyon violations of the nuclear agreement our objective is clear we want to preserve the agreement and reach a diplomatic solution within the agreement will tackle this together with all partners in the agreement naturally team of almost like we can't negotiate now trust to me we get it Robert Robert Malley who's just awful a full on anti Israel pro Arron voice yes the international crisis group yep we go should the nuclear deal maybe if this Radamel is just awful I got a video back in two thousand eight about Robert malice involvement with the Obama campaign Robert Malley is radical he said on Tuesday the trumpet his age would feel now that Ron was weakened by the sanctions and protests in the streets that the Americans would be unlikely to once again run any concessions to start the talks well no it depends what Iran is willing to do now isn't senior Iranian officials would not want to be seen talking with trump administration officials responsible for killing a general Soleimani he's suggesting that they'll hold off until we get a Democrat which is quite possible in the run ins would love nothing better than a Democrat to negotiate with considering the last time they got to Democrats and go **** with a person basically bent over like I like I I could that for Kevin bacon in animal house and shouted yes Sir may have another so this is this is all good movement in their joint statement the three European foreign ministers urged all sides to negotiate a given recent events it is all the more importantly do not at a nuclear proliferation crisis the card escalation threatening the whole region around four ministries now warning Europeans were in was furious and strong response to the European decision but these foreign spokesperson opposite Mesabi said around the school fully ready to answer any good will and constructive effort to preserve the nuclear yes there is some flexibility from the Iranians the media are going to ignore all of that and this is this is what they're studiously doing it's so funny they cannot decide on the narrative in the aftermath of what is obviously a coup for the trump administration they cannot find it aired itself you got to New York Times suggesting that the sanctions on Iran at work but trying to present that is a bad thing the headline from The New York Times today around the green economy limits its willingness to confront the US well does not mean that the sanctions are a good policy like why are you against the sanctions then fearful of public anger over a plunging economy Iran's leaders appear to be turning inward pulling back less collation yeah that's that's a good thing but here's how the near Times covers that right get a good means as a run is caught in a wretched economic crisis jobs are scarce prices for food and other necessities are skyrocketing the economy is rapidly shrinking Iranians are increasingly disgusting it disgusted rather crippling sanctions imposed by the trump administration has severed around access to international markets decimating the economy which is now contracting at an alarming at nine point five percent annual rate oil exports are effectively zero in December according to Oxford economics on Tuesday pressure intensified as Britain France and Germany serve notice they formally triggered a glaciations of the Ron for forcing it back into compliance with the twenty fifteen a nuclear deal the bleak economy appears to be tempering the willingness and Ron task late hostilities with the United States in recent months public anger over joblessness economic anxiety and corruption and emerge as a potentially existential threat to Iran's hardline regime only a week ago such sentiments have been redirected by outrage over the trump administration's January third killing of runs top military commander so a money the protest letter to new over the weekend in Tehran the demonstrations most pointedly an expression of contempt for the regime's cover up following its downing of Ukrainian jet which killed all one hundred seventy six people on board but the fury in the streets resonated as rebuke for broader grievances inflation is running your forty percent a sailing consumers with sharply rising prices for food and other basic necessities more than one in four young Iranians is jobless with college graduates especially short of work the missile strikes around at least on American bases in Iraq appear calibrated to enable its leaders to declare vengeance had been secured without provoking a response from president trump hostilities with most powerful military on earth would make life even more punishing for ordinary Iranians the likely weaken the currency and exacerbate inflation well medicine what remains of the national industry eliminating jobs in reinvigorating public pressure on the leadership in other words trump's policies worked here he cripple their economy and then he tried to hem them in in terms of their terrorism in some this is the unpalatable choice confronting the Iranian leadership you can keep the economy going by continuing to stare creditor banks in industry adding to the risks of an eventual banking disaster hyperinflation or you can opt for austerity that would cause immediate public suffering threatening more street demonstrations and then we got to the New York times attempts to save a Ron front is it a vice of its own creation though such realities appear to be living around topside fresh escalation some experts so then your time to suggest that the regime's hardliners may eventually come to embrace hostilities with the United States as a means of stimulating the anemic economy because nothing stimulates the economy quite like being aerially bombarded from those powerful military in history of the world good idea good idea yes me matter political economist unibody box for a university of Oxford says they're only those who argue we can't sustain the current situation we don't have a war for the Iranian government living in crisis is good it's always been good because you can blame all the economic problems on sanctions well no it it actually is not very good but the fact is that they got a look for some angle for why trump did something wrong here even though the policy has obviously worked as even the New York times is now

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Actor Kevin Bacon offers statement about death of Kevin Bacon from Swartz Creek

Last Podcast on the Left

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Actor Kevin Bacon offers statement about death of Kevin Bacon from Swartz Creek

"There is a big number one Kevin Bacon. Unfortunately that all the other Kevin Bacon have to get behind to the point that Kevin Bacon decided to make a statement on his own instagram. On behalf of all Kevin Bacon everywhere everywhere he he just showed his testicles he just these are the bacon make its but Kevin Making says for obvious reasons thing in this morning about the friends and family of this Young Person Kevin Bacon. His life was taken from much too soon. His Love was hairdressing. I bet he would have done a great job on this mess on my head head. Rip Kaby Oh Bacon do anything wrong. Say

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Hollywood actor Kevin Bacon sends condolences to Michigan man found dead

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 7 months ago

Hollywood actor Kevin Bacon sends condolences to Michigan man found dead

"Fifty actor Kevin bacon is offering his condolences to the family of a murdered Michigan man who shared his name state police say the body of twenty five year old Kevin bacon of Michigan was found Saturday in a house near Owosso he had been missing since Christmas Eve the homeowner a fifty year old man named mark let tons ski is charged with murder the pair allegedly map on a dating app Kevin bacon the actor posted on his Instagram page his life was taken from him much too soon his love was hairdressing I bet he could have done a great job on this mass I

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ABC has another 'All in the Family,' 'Good Times' live special in the works

Sarah and Vinnie

01:00 min | 8 months ago

ABC has another 'All in the Family,' 'Good Times' live special in the works

"ABC is gonna do another one of those live in front of a studio audience specials featuring an episode of all the family in a positive good times they did one which was all in the family and the Jeffersons the main cast all the family is going to stay the same woody Harrelson is gonna be Archie Morissette Thome's Edith Ellie clamber Ellie Kemper that's Kimmy Schmidt aren't that are carried O. K. she played Gloria Gloria and I'd bernholz played a Mike they're being joined by Kevin bacon Jesse Eisenberg Justina Machado I don't know who they'll player we even when I was I guess they take an old episode actual episode reenact of a studio audience you know who did a really great all in the family episode was way back nineties I guess is in living in living color I got it was so funny they acted out they acted it out and it was just fantastic that was a

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Kevin Bacon Was Offended by '6 Degrees of Kevin Bacon': I Thought 'They're Making Fun of Me' at First

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Kevin Bacon Was Offended by '6 Degrees of Kevin Bacon': I Thought 'They're Making Fun of Me' at First

"And actor Kevin bacon says he was initially offended by the game six degrees of Kevin bacon the challenge is to connect to another actor to Kevin bacon in six steps are less bacon says he thought people were actually in making fun of them he says I thought the joke was can you believe that such a light weight could be connected to people like Meryl Streep in six steps are last bacon says you little insecure back then but he's come to appreciate the game even naming his charity after it now I never played the game is your plate I can earn a couple times it's the knowing yeah it doesn't matter anything but it but it's amazing how he has all these times when you stop and think about it really yeah and you can really do it in six steps yeah any is kind of but he is a lightweight actor yes rules were you know with big stars that's true yeah but he's always a

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on The Corp

The Corp

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on The Corp

"Oh. I played your game the other night. You know college kids. We're using it as a drinking game. <hes> and people we'll start to reference that they would referencing and sports referencing and science that you know what i mean and and then i was booked on jon stewart had a nighttime time talk show called jon stewart show and they booked the six degrees guys on the same night and i was like i'm not gonna talk to those fucking guys this this is this is like the drink in front of me. I'm an actor. I'm an tour exactly exactly. I thought the joke honestly was. Can you believe we've that such a lightweight could be connected to laurence olivier meryl streep or whatever in in six steps. That's how that's just the actors insecurity right. That's how i felt so <hes> so i got booked on the show i met the guys they were really nice guys and a <hes> over time. You know just kind of went. You know what i don't know. It's not going away. You know. There's nothing we if you think about it. I started a charity. Six degrees dot org <hes> based on the idea because i said to myself if you take me out out of it it's kind of a beautiful concept that was because we are connected. Just the things that we do here affect people on the other side of the world the things that we do in our neighborhood would affect people down the block you know and also that the human beings social media is the reason i think one of the reasons that it's so huge ages that it's actually about connecting people start talking about facebook i can i can get in touch with all these people that i've and that's what that is getting connect you and talk about you. Know people are constantly looking for connections. If you have two guys in they're stuck in an airport and you know they've. They've missed their flight. You know and they'll start a conversation and the conversation will come around to to how they're somehow connected for. Exactly my sister's cousin lives dallas. You know h you know all that kind of stuff. It's it's. It's something that we're drawn to yeah so. Do we count door. Account doesn't know not my mind but but but that's the game is technically. I know technically okay what you just said. Podcasts are actually more important move so jennifer's jennifer's executive producing partner is elaine goldsmith thomas who says she knows you. Yes that was mine. I don all right good. I think it's just cool because it went from something that i could see how you'd see it as a negative and then you've made it a completely cool positive with charity and also so like you said like people want to feel connected to each other like human beings you know as weird as this world is now at the bare minimum they wanted to be like hey. I know this guy. <hes> you know that guy we root for the same team we have shared memory yeah exactly absolutely he mastered twitter by the way i don't know about that so a lot out of our listeners are some are married engaged newlyweds but i think everyone wants a long term partner. I think the romantic and any human beings you. You want that connectivity. You have been married over thirty years to cure. Can you give us all of us some some lessons of how to or why or well for a long time and i had to had the standard. It's a question that always always made me uncomfortable and so i decided to come up with like just a standard answer so there's there's been to in the past. The first one was keep the fights cleaning the sex dirty and then the second one was here's my secret to a great marriage..

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on The Corp

The Corp

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on The Corp

"Eight hundred fifty five days. A lot of sense doesn't make sense to me and the weird thing about it. Is that i i also don't think that it's detrimental toll to see an actor. Play one character and then see see him or her on another show because you you go. Oh wow that's cool. I love that actor on the watch the other show airing at the same time yeah that's not great but you know you could kind of figure that out <hes> and these seasons are getting shorter and shorter and shorter you know and there's never been any kind of exclusively when it comes to films films so to me. It's there's a lot of gray area there. I think it's i think it's hopefully going to shift a little bit. <hes> i wanna bring up six degrees of kevin bacon <hes> because is it went from what everything i've read about it <hes> negative usov negative so how did the whole story go about well i was was i heard about it on howard stern i and for those who don't know six degrees. It's basically you can connect anyone. In hollywood to kevin bacon within six moves moves on the chess board and you can kind of do that anywhere in life like i know this person. That person knows this person kevin bacon yeah. It's like if i if you take two actors. If i was in a movie with somebody who's in a movie with somebody who was in a movie with that actor that's a many degrees of separation and he was talking about it and and then it just kinda started to come up and people started literally to come up to me on the street and this is before really before for the the whole idea of something going viral was it was pretty early in the in the computer age you know there was no oh social media and <hes> but people would say oh. I played your game the other night. You know college kids. We're using it as a drinking game. <hes> and people we'll start to reference that they would referencing and sports referencing and science that you know what i mean and and then i was booked on jon stewart had a nighttime time talk show called jon stewart show and.

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on The Corp

The Corp

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on The Corp

"It happened a lot with kind of the new york actor which doesn't really exist anymore but i don't know it just didn't end up being the direction that i that i went in but i agree with you that it's <music> there was years and years and years when people would say to me so i started in the seventies so the people after eighty started out you know the businesses changed. Enjoy the you know. The business has changed. I was like the businesses not changed to me. I doesn't really seem that different now. It really has changed. I think the digital age is really really completely altered the entertainment visit why do movies and television and all that kind of ship and they'll give you an example zampa even television. I would never touch television when i was a young television. No if my agent ever came to me until i got a television i would fire the agent hands down never ever ever considered you in a commercial unless it was like only going to be seen in latvia right and that was part of the deal and now i television is amazing. <hes> look at this part. I'm doing now right right like credible content. It's great content. It's great parts. It's it is better than the movies. I hate to say. I love movies. That's my burglary. No i i agree. It has been a weird transition where t._v. doesn't replace movies but when you think about the cultural moments and what everyone is kind of attached to a lot of times it's television game of thrones going on right. Now you know breaking bad all these all. These television shows that kind of have broken out of that mold of the t._v. Shows as you probably said i'm going to fire my agent over yeah. I mean you know when i started. It was like you know f troop and nothing against f troop and dream of jeannie but that was not really what i wanted to <hes> i was not really what i wanted to do and kevin bacon and showtime netflix or you know it's remarkable. I'm addicted addicted to it. I cannot watch enough movies like okay. Maybe once in a while but i have to watch every night suma differently. I know consumer differently too. Yeah and i actually feel like there's a there's an element of of you know not to get technical better but there's an element of because there's so many platforms and because the series are so much shorter traditionally actors would make deals where they were exclusive to a certain certain network and personally. I think the acting community needs to push back against that because i don't think that if you you do a part on one network netflix or showtime or whatever it happens to be hulu and you only do you you know six or seven episodes ten episodes of something that they should be able to stop you from going. I mean somebody needs to be in first place in terms the scheduling and you know what i mean because you sign a contract and you need to put that at the top but i think sometimes the idea of being part of the you know the fox six family or having this is kind of an antiquated thing because and i also think that a lot of people watch content now and that actually quite sure. Where were they watch it. I don't know if this ever goes like i forget all the time. I was watching a show last night. I put the puck go to pull it up on each netflix showtime time on so many places to launch to your point. The thought of ten shows right ten episodes that have exclusivity over the next three eight.

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on The Corp

The Corp

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on The Corp

"I'm gonna take your sexton hall. I'm not and so it was this battle with the photographer and he got really pissed tested me because clearly people it said to him we gotta get an airborne shot of bacon and when you see the cover what they did almost as a fuck you was was they took my dance double and had him get on the trampoline so i'm sitting on the ground and he's up in the air like flying all around me and they say you know i something like you know kevin bacon stars in the movie but as dance double does all the fancy oh yeah yeah they come. They kinda fucked me. It was kind of like a little bit of a you know and that was a perfect example of what i was kind of. You you know got going through and my s- kind of conflicted feelings about celebrity about star of course now it killed to get on the company right so i mean i reading up on everything your entire career. You actually said that was kind of from footloose until j._f._k. There was not a slum but ah a time where you might have been fighting as a few turkeys in there right so how did you how do you bounce out of something like that. How do you like iran. Obviously knows to get out of slumpy. Gotta just get up there and keep hacking. What do you do if you're an actor. Will i think that i i that's that's. That's one thing is that you have to be willing to just keep you know. I like to say that there is no no secret to longevity. Longevity is a secret. It's that thing you just keep throwing that shit against the law you know and and sooner or later somebody it might say well you know i always liked that guy right and and <hes> and and so i didn't really have a choice right right because i didn't really want to do anything else and and then with the with the j._f._k. Thing which is one of the few times that i really felt like like you mentioned about the foot loose. I felt it like right away j._f._k. I felt that right away to as a turn as a as a as a shift like i said as a character actor because i had lost track and the problem with the movies mostly after her footloose is that they're not they're movies for movie stars <hes> they need to they need to be anchored by a true movie star. You know the guy that can just you know get away with the three gs. Which was the gun the girl and the good lighting. That's all he needs and you're gonna wanna watch it. You know oh you don't want to watch him like that's not me you know so so the so those movies needed a movie star anchoring them and it wasn't working for me <hes> because they because they weren't characters that can really get my head around. They weren't like they weren't deep enough complex enough or or specific enough or you know whatever that was had this agent at the time great age and <hes> <hes> who said to me. I knew your work from a theater off broadway off broadway in new york and that was a lot of character work that i was doing and she said we gotta find you something like that and after we had that conversation the first thing she sent me out on was was j._f._k. And it was an she represented oliver. I don't know if she called him and said what do you think about this and he was open to the idea idea when you few good men one of my favorite movies of all time which is watched the entire family just a few weeks ago when your agent gives you a script and you're looking at jack nicholson. You're looking at demi moore. Tom cruise kevin bacon. You you say like holy shit. This is a camp fail and be enjoyable. And what lessons did you learn from working with such great cast members. I've never said can't fail engevity..

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on The Corp

The Corp

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on The Corp

"It's called city on a hill it premiers on showtime it star studded. You're not only acting in it but you're also <hes> a co executive producer correct and i'm excited for this i was i watched a little trailer. You have <hes> basically everything you want. It's like boston new york. A bunch of robbers copse crooked cops did you did you see this happening like this is basically the perfect script yeah i mean and and an amazing character and it's one of those ones that is kind of <hes> the wasn't really on my radar. Nobody really spoke to me about it. It's it's one of those jobs that you get and you said <hes> who fell out because they were like you know. Here's the script were shooting in a month right. This is the first thing i do is really somebody must've fallen them about who that was but and i looked at the part and it's just <hes> such a such an interesting parties really really bad. He is just pretty much which everything every time he ever seen he. Does you go really jack character jackie really jackie. You're really gonna go that far. He's corrupt. He's on the take. He's he's working. He's working so many angles and he's also extremely verbose verbose so he just never shuts up and he's really really well read so that he's constantly quoting people that i i. I don't even know these people that he's gone and so you know when you take on a t._v. Show it's it's not like a movie because if you're gonna take a movie on you say well. Do you know take a take a swing at it the works i'll be onto the next thing you know. That doesn't mean it. Can it can take its toll on your career after a while but a t._v. Show you have to think yourself. Do i really wanna be playing this part from the next seven years because that's the length of the contract contract to sign on and i had done some guys few guys kind of like in a row oh that were much more internalized characters you know they were troubled and men of few words and and and just just smaller kinds of performance. Oh i looked at this. I thought okay here's a chance to kinda bust out again and and do some big and fun and i'm having a blast so there's a lotta things i wanted to go off of that. Just that beginning because it's very interesting and i want to get into your whole career rear <hes> from the beginning but reading for a part or reading apart like what how how what's the process of deciding okay. This is something i wanna do because one of the most interesting interesting parts of your career i think is you do you do it all leading man smaller part whatever it is you're kind of interchangeable where you can go your ranges so so like large. What is it that you when you read a part. That's what i wanted to well. You know you mentioned leading man in a funny kind of way. I don't think i've never never really been a leading man. I think i'm a character actor. You know and the only way that i can kind of think about jobs is by character. You know i gotta go. Is this someone who's shoes. I feel like i can walk in and is it similar to something. Thing that i've recently done or is it. Is it news a fresh like have i never been by. God played a lot of f._b._i. Agents fact played this is like my third or fourth f._b._i. Agent i'm from boston also a lot of characters jack right yes e- parody apparently that's what somebody told..

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on The Corp

The Corp

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on The Corp

"It <hes> it you're absolutely right the thoughtfulness and the big picture mindset that he's had is why i think he stuck around for so long because you see in hollywood all the time you guys don't have you know careers. It lacked stretched thirty plus years and that's what kevin bacon has done and he's got a new. You show right now showtime. You can actually go binge it. All we tape this before the show released into. It's actually nice. We knew that all the millennials listening to this episode. We knew they couldn't watch it week to week because they have short attention spans and now you can binge the whole thing <hes> all right so my question for you on this one were sloppier career. I would say it was two thousand and six and dan what was the problem with that slump. It was both sides of the ball. Usually have a slump is either hitting or fielding. I couldn't fucking field or hit and i was miserable and i just felt terrible and that was the week where i decide to take my little baby girl natasha and cynthia to central park and i'm so fucking take off my shirl. That's the week and then yeah. I get photographs and that day i make three errors. I think it was against the white sox three errors. So of course it was like the next three days a rod. Oh you stink. You can't hit your suntanning. What are you doing massage in central park all right. So what do you do when you're in a slump like that. What would would you have done <hes> back then. I think you have to slow it down and you have to start visualizing and you know i'm kinda guy that when i struggle i want to do more four but i now have pulled back and just pull back. Take the breath trust your talent and then start taking rewards in little bites. You know if you're in the regular life that means making your bed. That's a win trying to do that five days in a row for me and hitting it was take a walk. Try to get a base hit the other way think think really small. Maybe a bit hard contact hard contact. You know don't worry about the results. Worry about the process and what you find is that when you think really small really bad things happen. Would you let people talk to you like in the clubhouse. When if you come off the field in your you know maybe let's say over four three strikeouts and i'm your teammate and i'm mike hey man that was good. That was good swing good cut. Would you shut up. No it was actually a pretty good sport. I wasn't like paul. O'neil he would like bam right ain't right. I actually wanted to do that most of the time he probably fell. That's why he was so happy to just take his anger right. I try to do the opposite. I try to be too cool for school and i was crying inside died but outside. I was like okay yeah over four yeah. I'm good dying inside. Yes so <hes> kevin bacon lot lot analogies to that with his career and talking about that little time where he had a slump. He didn't feel like he was making it. In hollywood before we get to kevin bacon are friends from one more thing. I'm a bacon yeah is i love what he said about his marriage and i think people are gonna learn a lot about as evidence of his great marriage. Yeah it's kind of a thought it's a thought proc- had for his entire her career for everything for his the way he lives. His life is just big picture and i love talking to people like that. Who don't see it. You know day to day. They see hey. This is a year ear. Ten years is the whole big thing got going on <hes> okay before we get to the interview our friends from lincoln. We're going to get some people some jobs just from listening into this episode so if you are an employer you need to be on lincoln and if you're an employee or someone who's looking for new job you need to be on lincoln because because we are still sports have a bunch of <hes> job listings on linked in. We're looking for candidates all the time if you're not on there..

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"That's true we were thinking of greeting a game. That's like no degrees of Kevin Bacon trying to come up with somebody who is not in a move trying to come up with a movie in which none of the actors <hes> have done have worked with you well no that that's not so hard but to come up with a movie where none of the actors I've worked work somebody that hasn't worked with me that that'd be WTOP. I mean the craziest one I heard <hes> and and I was once developing a series about <hes> the booth brothers John Ruth Headwind Edwin booth. I'll be great. <hes> is Zet. I I'm actually connected in six degrees to John Wilkes booth and the way that worked was somebody that did a play with him was young enough at the time because clearly there were no movies at the time but he was young enough perfect time to have grown up and then <hes> acted in Talkie Mike and that talkie you know someone just you know punch it up and six sixes along pretty big number yeah Edwin booth is a fascinating. Have you been to the actors. Here's what does that called Players Club yeah. I'm just there for the first time yeah yeah yeah amazing. It was where Edwin booth used to hang out. I guess <hes> he died there. Oh why I just did this answer mentioned their sponsor but I'm not right mentioning them ancestry dot Com <hes> I just did my thing and I I <hes> I found out that my great-grandfather none of this. He started a theater in Rochester Vaudeville theater where they showed and now I'm thinking about all the people who must have passed through their you know the chaplains the holidays that have you ever thought about doing a tracing back your lineage and I did it on the on the television show finding your did that Yeah Yeah carrot cure and I I did it and we discovered that we were cousins cousin so serious what's yeah. She's a bacon well. I don't know we're it's. It's pretty I mean. It's pretty far removed. I was just about to praise your relationship with your wife but I should have said with your cousin. Yeah with your cousin. Come on over here. Yeah you guys have been foreign came for how long Holy Shit Yeah. We're were a distant very distant cousins so that was that was kind of a big reveal. How Did you cure this is a good story? Yeah we <hes> your cousin my cousin cure because there's a play by land for Wilson called Lemon Sky which <hes> <hes> is a real interesting cool play <hes> and it was being done at the second stage theatre here in New York <hes> and <hes> in the play was Jeff Daniels and Cynthia Nixon and filmmaker Damn John Eagleton came to that that production and decided that he wanted to film for for Public Television Jeff and Cynthia didn't want to do it and so that's how cure and I got the the offer and we weren't really playing. Opposite each other she's kind of like a my. I guess stepsister. <hes> that fits yeah right exactly yeah should have been a sort of been telling on we ended up being causing. We were living in Cambridge shooting in Boston W G._B._H...

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"Let's twelve hours you and the other guy I think my mom talking so she went as well all right all right excellent so it wasn't a hip a bit grew following. It was a time when the video thing is really coming a lot. Yeah and everybody was like super super into <hes> blockbuster renting movies and there were these kind of movies that took off and had their own life yeah just on video and that was one of them and do what other movies of yours which you say that applied oh probably <hes> <hes> a good question was flatliners a hit in the theater. I think flat letters did pretty well in the theaters but probably took off a little a bit more on video by the way I should. I should've prefaced all this by saying. We're going to be mentioning a lot of movies and if there are ones that you're unfamiliar with don't <hes> you should just see them because these are all great yeah that we're referencing not ones that I've done I and I in fact saw I had never seen she's having a baby. I started watching that and I love your work. I love John Hugh that did better on that that was much better on video than was on <hes> <hes> in the theaters at so. It's it's really good and I was proud of that one. I've said it was good and you carry that movie with Elizabeth Montgomery. She's so she's so charming and got an a young Alec Baldwin Right Alex First Movie. It was yeah no kidding that was first movie. It's so weird to see him with young face but he's still smoking chimney and he's still got this kind of grizzled added. Yes <hes> I don't know when it became a part of the Zeitgeist but six degrees of Kevin Bacon is is something that a lot of people play because and I think there's a misconception that that game six degrees Kevin Bacon exists because the diverse roles you've played and and the diverse projects take just a fluke. I think these guys just saw my picture my they they were watching it in their coq college dorm room and and one of my movies was on and they just said let's let's play six degrees at Kevin Bell. Really you know the origin of I do yeah yeah yeah. It's it's three guys <hes> they. They were at the college in <hes>. I'm trying to think of the name of the school is someplace place in Pennsylvania and they're just hanging out and they kinda came up with this idea and I it was probably one of the first things that really spread in a viral kind of way you know <hes> this is ninety s ninety early nineties mid early mid nineties and and I thought was you know I was Kinda. Horrified by the idea because I thought it was a joke at my expense this guy's such a douchebag and but you can connect them to Laurence Olivier Livia you can connect and act can can connect sort of like a loser actor like to some of the greats in history and and that's the thing that wrong and so so when I what you're such a random actor yeah that was l.. I never <unk> yeah have very little I think to do with me specifically <hes> other than just seen my my picture they're also rhymes with separation doesn't sort of Kevin Bacon separation. Hey Kevin Bacon sales in anything that and then I met the guys and they were great. They were sweet and it was all who's all good. It is easy to play. We were planning out here. We were like we weren't playing it but we the movie forrest gump came up. All of a sudden got paranoid that you would walk in to the studio as we were talking but forrest gump and then I realized like Oh wait. You weren't in forrest gump now which surprised me because it's not so much the number of things you've done. It's the that's what I mean. It's the quality it's the it's the things you've done. It's the so many of them are we're talking about. The now tremors flatliners footloose name so many of them <hes> were our movies that people no and I think that's what's rare and that may be is what's separate that and they have very big casts so yeah which means that there's more chances to be connected..

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"Mission impossible with Tom Cruise and Tom Cruise was then a few good men with Nice haven't bacon degrees while he's been a famous sacked for thirty five years us in God every I mean thirteenth Apollo Thirteen and so many iconic movies I think that's when we get into that the game and why the game was created the big challenge for me that I faced in this interview. It was to not gush as much as I wanted to so you met him. You worked with him worked with them recently for the first time I got my one degree with him on a funnier die short that he directed called a duck walks in. It's about out this love scene that Kevin Bacon is directing that involves a duck and it was such a surreal thing because part of it was so Kevin which is always a weird thing when a director has to choreograph like a sex in <hes> and in this case Kevin like got into the bed with me and started going through all these sexual positions and it was so it was funny and it was really fun <hes> but at one point I was like Whoa Kevin Bacon can is like lunging at me missionary. I have my legs spread open. Monash news is crazy. GotTa see this. Oh I did like reverse cowgirl on him. I wish you guys had seen how Justin's head cocked proudly proudly as you said Cowgirl Nerdy exhales yeah it was really was so fun and like there must have been so surreal it wise you because the way you have known him for so many years and Oh oh my God my idea of him as when I was a kid was that he was definitely cool because he was like starring in these cool movies flatliners and like a lot of movies that I couldn't watch too so even like she's having a baby. We weren't allowed to watch that. We were movies about babies yeah yeah but one of our favorite movies was one that is like a tradition in our family to watch every Thanksgiving is planes trains and automobiles. Kevin Bacon is a cameo in that where he tries to Outrun Steve Martin and it's a really great scene shot sorta like Sergio Leone movie were there and they they kind of each other from across as repressive. Oh thanks people might think that that was just put in. No that was just as whistle. Thank you whistler <hes>. I like to whistle. Do you know that about me. I whistle often to myself. I whistle alive. You know I've noticed that yeah. I've never heard you proclaim it. Though Oh yeah I've been noticing 'cause I've spent more time on my Ohio in the last year ladies. He's single whistler. Maybe that's kept me on my own. You know as we shows since we did this interview. We've Christian I've been saying W._W.. K._B. Stands for what would Kevin Bacon do D- W W K B O D I missed the letter Kevin Bacon..

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on The Valleycast

The Valleycast

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on The Valleycast

"Her. Yes, we do exclusive streams and discounts and stuff and apologize. If you've heard this before, but there's some people that haven't, and we would love you to come aboard. A lot of cool stuff coming up the next couple of months. Dr. Busy extreme drive. We are going, but I'm I'm actually really excited about it mean extreme drive. I'd say stuff. Yeah. It's cool shit. Definitely be excited about it. Definitely. Stick with us. And and know that we're we're working our hardest to make goods good shit for you in funny stuff for you guys. Could in the comments down below figure out all of our Kevin bacon. Meaner Her number. number one more connection. One more connection. Is there any place where you would want to find you? All my socials are at love Alana Chon. ALANNA CJ an alarm on. It's kind of like a child is like a little Asian as Japanese like end of the name thing. Like, something son, something Chon, Sean us like a little girl. So it's like cute. I don't everyone just thinks it means channel or something weird. Whatever that's just what it is. It's japanese. Thank you number one. Translation, dude at a different voice. And give number one. All right. James garner was in fire in the sky. With Henry Thomas who is any t the extraterrestrial with drew Barrymore who was in screen with Nick Campbell. Who was in things with Kevin bacon 's we. Skin. About that's about Bob. Goodbye..

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on The Valleycast

The Valleycast

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on The Valleycast

"I can connect to casper van has to be his Weiner Kevin has to be can make. Casper van Dien is in starship trooper he's a friend of mine and how do. Denise Richards is in starship prisoners and wild things. Kevin bacon shows as peanut Greek and number. That's your bacon, leaner, number degrees. The Kevin's penis is where you're coming winner. Winner degrees because I'm just Steve's Steve you guys, I don't think girlfriends and France gone. Who knows? Like a Bill news. Does that? What do you mean? You've been in a film. Yeah. It's not just that you're friends with this. I thought that was how I. Oh, no. It's like you like about it was maybe. Six degrees of separation. How you're connected to someone. I don't know. I could maybe do it still. Let me see. I mean, you know, Google, Steve Zaragoza, bacon, number or bacon Weiner number. My entry point is the short film that I did with Luke brats. Hey, go. Yeah. Yeah. French film was Tony danza. That's my entry point one hundred. Matt walsh. Tony danza goes to Kevin bacon, somehow somehow. I also have. Deep. Veep. Okay. I'm definitely making that connection about what about the. Okay. So I wrote and produced a short film with Martin star in it about this. Great Great. game. Appetite group right there. Yeah. Stars connected to Kevin bacon. Pretty easily probably connected to throat. Yeah. Yeah. You can do this is very easy to do. But what I'm saying is baking, leaner number is. Extra. It's not you can't it has to be to either hollow man or let me see end. And it can't end. Make it big Weiner Weiner does that do you know what I'm saying? Just thank you gets in movies where you see him being as Weiner. Here we go Kevin bacon on male nudity in movies now. Kevin bacon. Explain why he's going nude. Kevin big is happy to wack out. His Weiner for the world. Six degrees of Kevin bacon Weiner. Oh, wow. And it's an old leg geo cities site with like the tiled backgrounds right at it. It's good. You may recall you years ago. There was a movement. Wake show plays some music. I don't know if it's spooky I wanted to be spooky spooky. I don't think. It's spooky. Yeah. I think it's happened to port. That's what I don't think. It's a scary leaders. Jesus crisis too scary. Oh, this is too serious like the witch soundtrack like that movie. Nobody likes that. I love that book movement. I keep trying to show it to along. This is what I sleep at night is my white noises movie. That's the way it actually great witch. Stick in it. Okay. Sure about a witch ready about a male witch. Different movies and meal, which you'll get it. Busters male one. Six degrees of Kevin bacon. Weiner from GIO cities dot com..

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on The Nightly Rant

The Nightly Rant

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on The Nightly Rant

"But they say that they're six degrees of separation and they have this game. And it's Kevin bacon. Kevin bacon. So they do thing. They say they'll say like. I don't know pretty girl. And they'll be like. Pretty girl knows Debra Debra knows this guy named John. And a guy named John is friends with an agent whose name is Cynthia and Cynthia works with the agent who is Kevin bacon agent. And then you got your six degrees of separation between not pretty girl and Kevin bacon. And they say when you look at Facebook, and you see like a person and you look at like mutual friends. It's shocking sometimes Jeff forty fifty people in common. What's really freaky is when you have two people who know have never met each other invulnerable somewhere. And and it is it's weird. But then these people think you're not going to find out what they say about you. That's because they are the things that they're the center of the universe. And that nobody is friends with you because they're ignorant pilots of shit. So ignorance is one reason why people lie. Sure death. Let seems perfectly reasonable answer nine-under stand. We're gonna talk about one thing is I'm not talking about a little white lie where someone says all now Mitchell, I went to the store, and I couldn't find your favorite candy. I'm really.

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'Covert Affairs' actress Piper Perabo arrested for protesting Kavanaugh's court confirmation

Rich Zeoli

04:31 min | 2 years ago

'Covert Affairs' actress Piper Perabo arrested for protesting Kavanaugh's court confirmation

"Piper. Parabola? She she was a haughty at night in. No, no. She was not a haughty in that movie. You know, who was though Bridget moynahan was here. Let me do this year. I'm going to do this for everybody because this is important point IMDB Coyote, ugly. Yes, you this is the kind of thing, by the way, we discussed on Facebook leftovers, and we're going to do it now because the actress piper para was in fact, arrested today at the Cavanaugh hearing, and she tweeted about it because you know, what that is. It's a little bit of grandstanding. Right. So piper was arrested and she's tweeting about it. Now. She's not going to go to prison over this piper is not going to go over pre. She's okay. So there was a movie years ago Coyote, ugly. You remember this movie dawn? I don't remember the movie, but I remember my brother. You know, he's still talks about Coyote, ugly. He talks about the movie. All right. So there's two thousand. Yeah. She was in. Okay. Now, you know what the movie's about it's about a bar in New York City called Coyote ugly, which is now become a chain. They have Coyote ugly, and a lot of different places. But and that's where you choose your arm off wake up with the woman. That's where the term comes from. When somebody's Coyote, ugly that you rather to your arm off than wake her up because you can't believe you're laying next. At the bar. These women are all hot and they're wearing leather pants and they dance on the bar, and they pour drinks on themselves on each other. Right. Okay. So that movie wasn't the year two thousand today was her second acting as a protester at the cavenaugh here. She's trying to get a little publicity. Of course, that you know, that spark now guess you ulcers in the movie John Goodman was in the movie Bill. He was hurt. He played her father. I believe. There was also an actress named Bridget moynahan. I think was the best looking of all the women and Coyote, ugly. You disagree? I do. But I you know, I was twenty when movie came out died a little bit of a crush on paper parabas. But I thought I haven't thought about her since then so nobody has that's the thing America has not fought of her in eighteen years. So today, she what happened. I get arrested at the cavenaugh hearing. All right. Sounds good. But you know, what happened to Bridget moynahan, though, she was ruined because she started in a movie called the sum of all fears. She played Dr Cathy Muller in the movie, the sum of all fears in the year two thousand two she's never been heard from again because her co star in that movie is Ben Affleck, Jack Ryan movie and ruin Bridget moynahan as well. I I just brought up a picture of all of the women in that movie. I withdraw my last statement your honor. Withdrawn and Bridget moynahan is a hundred percent hotter than issues. Yes. Yes. God. Not that hot close. She's a jersey girl. She's from I believe she's from TOMS river from not mistaken, and she's not that hot. She's she's crazy to jersey crazy. Bridget moynahan was the best looking one. She had a very promising career. And then they said, oh, hey, here's an idea you'll play Jack Ryan's future wife in the sum of all fears, Tom Clancy. She went great. Who's jack? Ryan is it Harrison Ford. No, it's younger jackal who who's going to be. It's going to be a Ben Affleck. And she had no idea that by agreeing to that would destroy Tom Clancy. Destroy herself. Ruin everything. So that's what happened there in case. You're wondering what happened to her? There used to have that game. Six degrees of Kevin bacon. Yes. He's a local guy. He is. You know, his dad was a big architect. His dad owns whistlers in cinnaminson brother does. I guess. Well, anyway, the instead of that we should do the six degrees of Ben Affleck, destroying everyone's career and movie we should do that sometime. I love that. I was able to take piper parabola at the cavenaugh hearing and use it as an opportunity to trash Ben Affleck. The best part of my day to six degrees of trashing bed. Athlete. We're just find a way to bring him into it and destroy and by virtue of that. If was not confirmed, then we can blame Ben Affleck because he's in some way connected by because piper forever who start in in some of all fears. Coyote of the bridge. Fears, but everything Ben Affleck touches everyone who's ever they all

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Overnight Drive

06:59 min | 2 years ago

Plan D

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Mania patients more likely to have eaten nitrate-cured meats: study

24 Hour News

03:06 min | 2 years ago

Mania patients more likely to have eaten nitrate-cured meats: study

"Canada, and it's it's the most important structure project in the Great Lakes region not just Michigan or Detroit And it will create thousands of construction jobs from Tony Stewart is executive director of the. Michigan regional council of carpenters and mill rights for Detroit is jobs bottom line they they need jobs so we need jobs that what we did we. Put money a sad to create a lot of training to. Train people from the city, and the state to, the city Miami to work on. These jobs zoos me a decent paying job with a great opportunity to retire with a good retirement. And change, the course of a family is not living status Kevin Casillas is. President of the southwest Detroit community benefits coalition this has been, a long long project and many many meetings throughout all this process, we have been fighting for the residents that will be right next to, this project in south west Troy Vicki Thomas, WW Jane is radio, nine fifty police in Las Vegas. Say the body camera footage from a deadly officer involved shooting shows the dangers that the officers faced Police in Las Vegas releasing the footage of the July eleventh officer involved shooting which left, one suspect, dead and another injured, Las Vegas police department assistant sheriff Tim. Kelly but you see that there is, a significant amount of fire coming from the suspect vehicle during you know in the mid morning we have citizens out on the roadways we have, citizens that are walking police, followed the, suspects on a, high speed chase through the streets of Las Vegas until the suspects crashed into a wall at. A nearby elementary school Fred Halstead for CBS. News Las Vegas a new study showing. The chemicals used to cure. Everything from hot dogs to beef jerky coup contribute to mania. Here's more from CBS news correspondent Bill Rakoff the Johns Hopkins medicine study concludes it nitrates. Used in processed meat snacks could be a contributing factor to things like hyperactivity insomnia and. Euphoria researchers say while genetics and, other, risk factors have been linked, to manic episodes their study found that people hospitalized for an episode of mania at more than three Times the odds of having eaten nitrate cured meats than people without a history, of serious, psychiatric disorder, the study. Is published in the journal molecular psychiatry Bill Rakoff CBS news a sixty five year old ordinance, banning dancing, on Sundays at now, has now been repealed in a small. Arkansas town residents of Fort Smith Arkansas, can finally kickoff there Sunday shoes city lawmakers recently repealed a nineteen Fifty-three ordinance that essentially outlawed public dancing on Sundays it was dubbed the foot, loose or dense for the, nineteen Eighty-four, Kevin bacon movie, about a town that banned dancing and rock music despite the lost city spokeswoman says no one. In the western Arkansas city's been arrested or. Even ticketed for cutting loose on Sundays. In two decades Pam Coulter. She Bs news.

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A Scientist Clarifies the Link Between Eating Beef Jerky and Mania

24 Hour News

01:39 min | 2 years ago

A Scientist Clarifies the Link Between Eating Beef Jerky and Mania

"More residents of Fort Smith Arkansas and finally kickoff there Sunday shoes city lawmakers recently. Repealed a nineteen Fifty-three ordinance the essentially outlawed public dancing on Sundays it was dubbed the foot loose or dense for the nineteen Eighty-four Kevin bacon movie a town that banned dancing and rock music despite the lost city. Spokesman says no one in, the western Arkansas city's, been arrested or even ticketed for. Cutting loose on Sundays in two decades Pam Coulter CBS news police in Las Vegas say the body, camera footage from a deadly officer. Involved shooting. Shows the dangers the officers faced Police in Las Vegas releasing the footage. Of the July eleventh officer. Involved shooting which left wants us back dead and another injured. Las Vegas police department assistant sheriff Tim Kelly who you see that there is a significant. Amount of fire coming from the suspect vehicle during you know in the mid morning on we have citizens out on the roadways we have citizens that are walking police followed the suspects on a high speed chase through the streets. Of Las Vegas. Until the suspects crash into a wall at, a nearby elementary school Fred Halstead for, CBS, news Las Vegas it's a new study, that shows the chemicals used to cure. Everything from hot dogs to beef jerky could contribute to mania the. Johns, Hopkins medicine study concludes it nitrates used in processed meat. Snacks could be a contributing factor to things like hyperactivity insomnia and euphoria researchers say while genetics and other risk factors have been linked to manic. Episodes their study found, that people hospitalized for, an episode of mania at more than three times the odds of having eaten nitrate cured meats Then people without a history of serious psychiatric disorder the study.

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Fort Smith, Arkansas tosses 'Footloose' law barring dancing on Sundays

24 Hour News

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

Fort Smith, Arkansas tosses 'Footloose' law barring dancing on Sundays

"The books, in, one Arkansas city is off after sixty five years she Pam Coulter residents of. Fort Smith Arkansas can finally kickoff there Sunday shoes city lawmakers recently. Repealed, a nineteen Fifty-three ordinance that essentially outlawed public dancing on. Sundays it was dubbed the foot loose or dense for the nineteen Eighty-four Kevin bacon movie a town that banned dancing and rock music despite the. Law city spokeswoman says, no, one in, the western Arkansas city's been arrested or even ticketed for cutting loose, on Sundays in two decades Pam Coulter, CBS news, Alabama Republican congresswoman. Martha Roby endorsed by President Trump has won a run-off. Over Bobby bright Roby seeking a fifth, term faces democrat Tabitha Eisner in November Texas has executed a, convicted killer thirty four year old Christopher young put to death in Huntsville by lethal injection for murdering a store owner. During a robbery fourteen years ago in San. Antonio Gary Nunn CBS news. I'm Frank Traynor.

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

"Think i'm going back in time yeah right bro no way fucking the fuck outta here i'll tell you though we make music big deal and i don't think we should i think we should footloose student when they're target about dancing and how no there's should be no dance and i get it i get it when that fucking cop flips up the kevin bacon driver's license fucking chin that was definitely ad you could tell by the way kevin bacon reacted but there's a thing we're kevin bacon gets out of the car and he's playing music and the cop is like why are you playing music and he was like there was some law against and the cop goes like this don't talk to me like that and flips his idea up into his mouth and kevin bacon the way iraq did you know you know that it was was ad lib and you know the directors like hey cop fucking flip is idea up into his fucking kevin bacon face that's how you get real ship i don't like when they do that in movies though when they do real shit like i heard on that that denzel washington like straight up punch somebody on john q dude if let me tell you some anybody if any actor i don't give a fuck who they are actually punched me in a rehearsal or some shit oh my dude i know mobile swell to beats i'm not even i'm not even gonna punch him back i'm gonna fuck their bitch that's what i'm gonna do okay i go like this if it happens that's my punch okay all right yeah okay let's do this let's get it down let's do it and then i've worked by the way murder the scene i don't care if it's whatever it is i murder this because i use the punch because that's what he wanted me to do anyway right okay and then i go and fucking meet the guys girl on the internet idea and the idea i'm the chick after rehearsal and after shooting and then i can go and meet up with her and we make the fuck out i don't.

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"It's an american justin what do you obvious during back over my catalogue trying to remember if i had done that i don't think i have i think it's how long is the length of thumb and after his hair in a particular movie okay jim do you have any ideas uh it's a good game it's hundreds guessing how it's going to guess how long a movie as prices right rules announcing could definitely work in february the name a movie related thing and then you get to guess how long it is and and no what you said me whoever gets closest without going over how long the dry i still have told you what the thing is once i do you tell me how long you think it is hence very confused movie relates so is it just like kevin bacon speeds things thank you sir all right let's but the you guys are going to get thoroughly confused you you're and you're going gonna to understand it totally and you're gonna go first chris so here we only want to the gas got it don't do like prizes right will you search higher liar lower as that's not fair sure i'll do what you want an okay kershler convictions i don't whatever everyone's got a muzzle load me all about how long this tom hanks piss in that one seen in a league of their own upi i'd like to jump in i know the answer.

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on All of the Above with Normal Lear

All of the Above with Normal Lear

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on All of the Above with Normal Lear

"To into something but i did see i think because i have somebody six it in i don't i would ice eyewitness ticket idlib dick said oh my god that's out great and you play the artist will like i learned a new word on this which is titular i play the titular dick between the touchy the title character in i am the titular dick we are here with a titular and we have concluded with all of that yeah excited to see the show i love deck i will do that soon and we will get together again okay i wou is certainly gonna get together with a cigar that sounds good dinner on the on a message garlands of them and i love the boy since i heard you cigars and guitar yes that's what's great thank you so much kevin bacon thank you and the police and thank you guys who labor so hard in their recording us yeah recording uh policy above our pleasure with me can i get in their fix them the tuning on the vocal set a great man you did sangram yeah right so i'm norman lear and you can find me it should you wish to down you can find me on facebook instagram and twitter at the enormous lear and you can find me on facebook instagram and twitter paul hip in his speech.

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