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Fresh update on "lloyd" discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"Here's camels, Eric Heights, the Mariners set a season high for runs, scored and match their season best and hits with 14 and blasting the Twins last night. 10 nothing JP Crawford, Luis Torrance and tie France all hit solo home runs Chris Flex and pitched eight innings, giving up just four hits and struck out a career high eight batters. Yes, Go for the three game sweep tonight. Beginning at 7 10. The Seahawks continue installing new schemes at the team's minicamp and rent in tight end will display and the offense are finally getting on field time to work with new offensive coordinator Shane Waldron. First word, probably smart that comes in my mind. Everything is fitting. Really, really. Well, it's systematic and an up tempo and I'm really loving, you know, just being a part of the Nunes. The new energy and the The new relationships that Shane is brought. Safety Jamal Adams is excused from many camp. The team says he's dealing with a personal matter and is also recovering from offseason surgeries to his shoulder and fingers. Brianna Stewart had 20 points. Jewel Lloyd 18 and Sue Bird 17 as the storm beat the Indiana Fever 87 to 70. The storm improved to six No on the road. They play the fever again on Thursday and the Tampa Bay Lightning even their Stanley Cup semifinal series at a game apiece with a 42 victory over the New York Islanders Sports attended 40 minutes past the hour. America Heights come on news well, with the pandemic easing and things returning to normal, virtual learning a thing of the past or music. We'll talk with Washington Post to education reporter Valerie Strauss. Hi, this is Elaine Mick, owner of Cabinet discounters,.
Fresh "lloyd" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"By going early and staying late for 24 7 Bay Bridge traffic call 1877 BASE Pan Jack Taylor, w T o P. Traffic and Chuck Bell has our forecast. Good morning and welcome to the middle of the week and the beginning of the second half of the month of June and perfect summer weather is here for the next couple of days. Plenty of sunshine coming your way today 14 hours and 51 minutes of it to be exact. Today. Side temperatures right around 80 degrees with low humidity in a nice breeze. Clear overnight temperatures will be in the fifties again Thursday morning. Thursday afternoon. Sunny and 78 Friday Partly cloudy and 86. Next chance for some rain comes up on Saturday. I'm Storm Team four meteorologist Chuck Bell for w T O P 62 right now in Chantilly, so comfortable this morning in Colombia, 62 as well and we've got the same pretty clear skies and it's 62 degrees outside of our studios is brought to you by patient First physicians, X rays, lab tests and prescription drugs. 20 D. C. Metro area medical centers. It's 5 42, now defense. Secretary Lloyd Austin is considering making it mandatory from military personnel to get the Covid.
Former Hawks Coach, Lloyd Pierce, Speaks to Importance of Remembering George Floyd
"Lloyd pierce a former hawks coach also member of the social justice coalition You know we we we. We get this all the time when it comes to whether it's sports talk radio whether it's just sports media and that is when we discuss these things it's how does that what does have to do with sports. What does it have to be part of sports. So if i asked you why is this. Why is remembering george floyd. Why is discussing the racial issues in this country equality and all those things. Why is this a sports story in your mind. Well it's it's about opportunity And it's about representation In the in the basket while. We're which i'm familiar and mostly you guys are is over. Seventy almost eighty percent of the players are african american. And you know. I think every player every sports every professional athlete will tell you you know if given the wind given the opportunity. It's an opportunity to change life to change the course of their family from a financial perspective. But really just fulfilling their their hopes and dreams This black man was killed and since he has been killed at the hands of law enforcement been two hundred and twenty five other people that have been killed in the past year. Since george floyd death and actually there's only six days in this country since march may twenty fifth. Last were person wasn't killed by law enforcement and so those opportunities were taken from people in our country and you know in our in our profession opportunity everything jay alluded to. I had an opportunity to be a head coach. it was everything for me
Mike the Headless Chicken
"How did mike. The normal chicken one of a billion normal chickens. How did he become like headless chicken. So it's nineteen forty five and there is a farmer named lloyd olsen who farms in colorado and. He raises chickens. He's slaughtering chickens for market and he grabs one five-month-old checking and chop set off and the next morning. He loads up his wagon to go to town to sell these chickens and he notices that one is still alive so this is a thing of heard of right like running around like a chicken with your head cut off. It is something that happens rate. If this happens when you cut a chickens head off this has been happening. Since people have been cutting chickens heads off which is like a long time. I chicken with its head cut off. Usually they live about fifteen minutes. Max but mike was moving around and this. This just continued for days. What made mike special. How did this even work. There's a couple of different theories over the years. One is that you know. When olson dropped the axe on mike it only cut off basically his face and a little bit of his skull and so he was walking around with eighty percent of his brain and that controlled his digestive system his breathing so all of the necessary functions were still there and other people think that perhaps a lucky blood clot kept him from bleeding to death so quickly and so they think that kind of the combination of those two factors kept him alive and moving around for the next few months so as much as this was sort of a an oddity it was also a little bit of a science or like medical mystery. I honestly think that's why people are still interested in him is because it is a mystery. He was in his own right. Kind of like a wonder if kind of terrible one
Lloyd Price, Singer and Early Rock Influence, Dies at 88
"Musician Lloyd price has died of complications from diabetes at a long term facility in new Rochelle New York according to his wife he was eighty eight I marches are a letter with a look at his career what price was known for songs like stagger Lee Lawdy miss cloudy and personality but he was so much more price credited being stationed in the U. S. army with a bunch of lawyers for his ability to read contracts he found a double L. records help stage the Thrilla in Manila and rumble in the jungle heavyweight prize fights ring construction businesses and sold his own food products plus as he said in twenty eleven he was a really good bowler the seventy three million dollars a year and only two percent ever shot three hundred I got six out
Chinese Rocket Debris Expected to Hit Earth This Weekend
"Air blasting the United States for making too big a deal about their 100 FT rocket that's due to come crashing to earth sometime this weekend. I didn't know we were making that big of a deal about it, apparently just the fact that we are talking about it. It all has China very upset. Well, don't launch rockets in the space and then not have a plan for them to come back. You idiots. Apparently, we don't know, but apparently we're not gonna be shooting it down, either they because people were talking about is doing that. I don't know how you're gonna be able. If you don't know where it's gonna land. Are you gonna be able to anyway? I think they're going to get like a couple of hours. They'll have like a two hour window window of when it you know, sort of re enters the atmosphere when they'll be like Okay. Now we know basically the radius of of impact. In a story published by the country state media, the officials criticized Western hype of the China threat and space technology advancement, adding. It's Completely normal for rocket debris to return to earth. Chinese experts conclude The rocket, which helped carry the country's new space station in orbit last week, will likely fall in international waters, and they're right. Yeah, my most likely cause a lot of water on the planet. You know, there's a chance. What if it doesn't if there's if there's a there's a possibility here, Um, it could land on the third Precinct. It's still a shell E mean that zero notice to say it way. Just be our luck. It would just be our Like that The rocket would land like, you know, somewhere in the twin cities, something that just got rebuilt from the right right right. And that's something that the DFL ongoing capitalize on and try to get more money from the taxpayers to fix. Us. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin agrees. There's not a strong chance the rocket will. There's a strong chance the rocket will land in the ocean, he says. There's also a chance it won't For those of us who operate in the space domain. There should be a requirement to operate in a safe and thoughtful mode and make sure we take those kinds of things into consideration, adding. We had the capability to do a lot of things. We don't plan to shoot it. Down as we speak, he says. We don't have a plan to shoot it down as we speak, and that could be interpreted in a few different ways. That's true that could be interpreted as we don't think it will be necessary to shoot it down or
Ex–Minneapolis Police Officers Indicted on Civil-Rights Charges in Floyd Death
"Desk for former Minneapolis police officers are now charged with violating George Floyd civil rights. Lloyd, of course, the unarmed black man who died in police custody last year after video show Derek Show Vin with his knee on Floyd's neck for several minutes. Children was found guilty last month of
"Two Funny Guys" Starring Garry Shandling & Jay Leno Show #63 - burst 01
"Aided the delta queen suckered out Tonight and paid sixty bucks for a piece of fish. Anybody i mean you went into debt over your dinner tonight. Here's adopted queen. They call it fresh fish. Dead fish folks. this is This fish was a okay legal to call something dead fresh. I mean come on to the funeral. Fresh uncle more. Okay see all he's still tastes the okay. We went into a restaurant and they said well as we lloyd for table sit down. We'll call you when your tables ready right. You sit down with about forty other people who've been waiting since last winter for their table and they smell and everything and you're waiting to hear your name over the speaker and you never hear hear saw are are. What was that us. You go ask him honey. You're stupid you go there and find out. I feel funny. Your dress for go ahead on the grownup hair. I figured what they ought to do is just describe the people and then we know who they're talking about right. They could just go to the couple with the children or tables very and then we know these folks right over here They're calling you folks want to cover those kids up. We're trying to eat you that a nuclear accident or what happened. The halibut over those is okay out of here. Give banana to the ugly one. Get outta here. Take a hike and cramming. Be older man with his daughter. Should your
Episode 210 2019 After the Fall of New York - burst 14
"They climbed the wall to get out of this complex. And there shorty immediately and come with me guys. I know the way they jump over that wall they climb over the but then there's the year acts just kind of opened the gate and walk through massive open the whole time they just want to make it. Look cool wasn't even slightly locked. Yeah i saw super richard mulligan accidents more like pirate. That helps you. What would that sound like. I can't do a good richard. Maga will work on that it sort of christopher lloyd from taxi a little bit. Yeah but i'm not gonna attempt that here but they immediately escaped to the sewer again. That's like go chant. Can't get those guys out of the they end up. I guess getting upon Now a mutant little person village. Oh brother also about the sewer thing. I guess you get production value. Because it does. They probably didn't have to do much you know. It's just the sewer. That's what we're supposed to be imagining here. I just can't imagine having like an expensive camera alike in a sewer where there is waterfalls and even if this is not an active you know maybe this is like a storm sewer rather than like a wastewater sewer which i assume or two different things even ask gross. You know what. I mean. I get it but i mean you know. It gives us a chance to girls t shirt wet. So least there's that thanks
Panel: End Commanders' Power to Block Military Sex Cases
"A Pentagon panel is recommending a major reversal and how the military handles sexual assault cases BJP has learned a commission set up by Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin says independent authority should make decisions on whether to prosecute troops for sexual assault and not commanders it's a change of lawmakers have long sought the Pentagon has strongly argued for decades that such cases should stay in the military chain of command two senior defense officials say Austin expects to get input for military service leaders before making any final decision but fighting sex assault in the ranks as a top priority for Austin a retired four star general the fact that this recommendation was made so directly and to quickly suggests it'll carry a lot of weight Sager mag ani Washington
Derek Chauvin Convicted of Murder in Death of George Floyd
"Crowds gathered outside the hennepin county courthouse responding to the news that former minneapolis police officer derek. Chauvin has been convicted of the murder. Of george floyd twelve jurors found show than guilty on all charges second degree murder third degree murder and second degree manslaughter. All our reporter. Aaron elworthy was outside the courthouse in the crowd. I was actually standing with maurice lester hall. Who was with. George lloyd on may twenty fifth and the verdict. He started to smile after the verdict. The judge revoked showdowns bail and remanded him to the hennepin. County sheriff's office. The rare conviction of a police officer came just days after the killing of another black man dante right by a police officer in a nearby
Out of Sight But Center Stage, Jurors Weigh Derek Chauvin's Fate
"I'm Julie Walker jurors in Minneapolis continue to weigh the fate of former police officer Derek Chauvin charged with the murder of George Floyd what or who killed Floyd that's what both sides argued long closings yesterday defense attorney Eric Nelson told jurors Chauvin was doing what he was trained it was drugs in a bad heart disease heart hypertension all of these things existed before Mr Chauvin rocked prosecutor Jerry Blackwell argued it would show that kneeling on Floyd for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds and not an enlarged heart reason George Lloyd is dead is because Mr Schoen hard was too small jurors are being sequestered as they decide the case which could land show been in prison for up to forty years on the most serious charge audio from court TV I'm Julie Walker
Attorneys at Chauvin Trial in Floyd Death Make Final Pitch
"After forty five witnesses in fourteen days of testimony closing arguments are set to begin later this morning in the trial of the former Minneapolis officer charged in George Floyd's death attorneys are expected to deliver some of the same points they made in their opening statements like special prosecutor Jerry Blackwell referring to Derek chauvinist neon Lloyds neck for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds and it does not give up he delivers the rebuttal for the state but closing arguments start with prosecutor Steve Swisher then defense attorney Eric Nelson gets his turn during openings he argued Floyd's drug use and heart were to blame the use of force is not attractive but it is a necessary component of police jurors will be sequestered while they decide the fate of Chauvin charged with second and third degree murder and second degree manslaughter audio from court TV I'm Julie Walker
Key moments at Derek Chauvin's trial in George Floyd's death
"I'm Julie Walker the George Floyd case is expected to head to the jury Monday after closing arguments there's no time limit for those closing arguments prosecutors go first then defense followed by rebuttal from prosecution then the jurors get to decide the case they will be sequestered while they deliberate the prosecution contends Derek show in Sydney on Lloyds neck but nine minutes and twenty nine seconds was to blame the defense argues the former officer used reasonable force employed to drug use and heart killed him jurors decide to three charges second and third degree murder and second degree manslaughter separately and must be unanimous on each charge I'm Julie Walker
Tommy Lloyd Is the Next Coach at Arizona
"Matt. Norlander is here with me in. Arizona has found shaun miller's replacement deadline when we talked about this after shawn miller was fired. We went through a list of candidates. And i think we sort of settled on the end of the day. I think it's going to be a gonzaga associate head coach. Tommy lloyd or former arizona star current pacific head coach damon stoudamire fast forward to today. It is tommy lloyd. He is leaving gonzaga. He will be the next head coach of the wildcats. Your thoughts. yeah. We have a listen. We have a long time coach in waiting for program legend. Who's been there decades deciding to leave and and and take a job in the pac twelve and It's mike hopkins all over can don't just kidding. But the parallels are actually there will credit an unnamed person. We both know who who made that to made. That comparison this i think is a pretty good higher now. This has been buzzed about. Since before shawn miller got fired. I have talked to a couple of people out for your. Oh quick i get your thoughts on it. There are a couple of people i've talked to. Who will never be not convinced. That tommy lloyd was approached about this like a month ago and basically said we want you to be the next coach in gonna fire shawn miller. I'm not saying that happened. I'm telling you there are people that believe this and this has been wired for a long time now. There were a couple of days here the past couple of days where the search kind of went on a not a pause but they topped the brakes through more interviews. That happened on tuesday. And they did legitimately interview miles. Simon damon stoudamire. Jason terry josh passenger. All these people were interviewed. There's a belief that eric muscleman whose doors to get himself his own new contract which if true or not. I don't think he needed arizona to get paid the way he got paid. But good on him. So
Defense Expert Blames George Floyd's Death on Heart Trouble
"At the murder trial of Derek show open in Minneapolis a defense expert blame George Floyd's death on heart trouble prosecution experts testified George Floyd died from a lack of oxygen after being pinned down forensic pathologist Dr David Fowler testified district Lloyd had a sudden cardiac a reasonable cardiac care is mia as a result of his heart disease valor it listed other factors to Sentinel and methamphetamine there it is exposure to a vehicle exhausts financially carbon monoxide poisoning the medical examiner ruled George Floyd's death was a homicide Fowler said there were too many conflicting factors I would fall back to undetermined Tate from court TV prosecutors say Floyd died because Derek show opens me was pressed against Lloyds neck or neck area for nine and a half minutes I'm a Donahue
Judge Refuses Request to Acquit Chauvin in Floyd's Death
"The judge says no to a defense request to acquit Derek shelving in his murder trial the attorney for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin ask the judge to clear showing of the charges against him in the death of George Floyd defense attorney Eric Nelson argued that prosecutors had failed to prove that Chauvin killed Floyd he said the prosecution's own expert witnesses gave conflicting opinions about what caused Lloyd's death after Sheldon pinned him to the ground for nine and a half minutes say authorities the judge turned down the defense request request for acquittal are not unusual those requests are usually denied I'm ready to fall lay
Biden to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan by September 11.
"I'm anthony davis president. Joe biden plans to withdraw the remaining two. And a half thousand. Us troops from afghanistan by september eleven. Twenty years to the day off to the al qaeda attacks that triggered america's longest war. Us officials said yesterday disclosure of the plan came on the same day that the us intelligence community released a gloomy outlook for afghanistan. Forecasting low chances of a peace deal this year and warning that its government would struggle to hold the taliban insurgency at bay if the us led coalition withdraws support. Biden's decision. would miss say may first deadline for withdrawal agreed to with the taliban by his predecessor. Donald trump the insurgents had threatened to resume hostilities against foreign troops. If that deadline was missed but biden would still be setting near-term withdrawal date potentially allaying taliban concerns a senior biden. Administration officials said. The pull outs would begin before may first and could be complete well. Before the september eleven deadline significantly it would not be subject to further conditions including security all human rights. Us secretary of state anthony blinken and s. defense secretary. Lloyd austin are expected to discuss the decision with nato allies in brussels. Today biden's decision suggests he has concluded that the us military presence will no longer be decisive. Achieving a lasting peace in afghanistan a core pentagon assumption. That has long underpinned. American troop deployments joe biden's administration has told congress is proceeding with more than twenty three billion dollars in weapons sales to the united arab emirates including
"lloyd" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"There's no one like him here's me and christopher. It's a distinct honor to have christopher lloyd on my my silly little podcast we. We've we've class up the joint with mr lloyd. How are you sir. I'm doing great great passion so now you've put me to shame about half. You're age but as i look at what you're up to you've got to new films you've got a giant movie that you've been shooting with george clooney and ben affleck. You've got a tv series. I take it that work ethic has always been a an important part of your life. You enjoy you. Enjoy working while i do. It's true and always grateful to that. I had opportunity to keep doing what i like to do. Yeah did you. Have you already wrapped up your time with with george clooney end that last week that was that was a thrill so great work. He would have been a wonderful cast including athletes as it's it It was good. Not not that. I would think hopefully by now. You don't need a sense of allegation you know how many people enjoy and appreciate your work over the years but it must still be very nice when like you know the hot next generation of filmmakers say we prefer lloyd as part of a the different characters. All yes you've You're you're filmography is pretty. Ed is pretty overwhelming. You have. I think about two hundred and thirty eight credits on. Imdb not bad of have you ever had since since cuckoo's nest kind of wants to you into film and tv. Have you ever had what you would consider a dry spell. Not really bad. When i came out. I got a call from an agent in beverly hills and i actually came out to l. a. I signed with him. I was nineteen seventy six. So we've been together for a while and By more or less. You know. I i did have. I moved out to la about eight month stretch. Why i've i've i is beginning to get. Continuous work is a feeder the orchestra. I thought bloated. I have come out here. And i'm dying here Everything will be doubted the yard but it works itself out when you look back like do you feel like you've been in control of your own career over the years. Have you ridden the wave of offers into sort of like taking the best. That's that's offered to you. Most curious actors feel like they're in control of their own. I kind of feel that way. I mean It's a paste. Just i look at everything that comes up with my agent manager xiaomei everything that comes up mullet over decide yes or no which i insist upon aisle at all. It's offered take a look at it. Decide myself whether i wanted to do. Not take the vice. You know all that. What's your name and your face in the end of the product. So you want to control your destiny. I suppose right has your has your process like when you get a script changed much like. What's the first thing you do when you decide to do a role to you know. Christopher walken gets rid of all the punctuation a notorious. Do you have any kind of specific process when you decide. You're going to start. I love the script. I don't read the whole script. I just look for pages. Where i like and then i kinda think What you know there's enough beat there to to Jetted to Get some i. I'm interested who the director is his name or not but what what has he done before. and Yeah i think about it a bit. You know decide what way or the other you know. We alluded to kind of this transitional cured for you which came not when you were twenty or twenty-five but i in your mid to late thirties. You had already lived a hell of a life seemingly here in new york where i am. You'd spent a long time in theatre had you had. You resigned yourself to a life in in theater by. Did you think just wasn't going to happen for. Tv is said. Because i i was being set up to the sixties to a fulfilled. And just nothing you know zilch And also i didn't feel is projected at a You know that they would be interested in you getting any feedback. That was coming up in your auditions like what was wrong with what you were doing. What were they saying it. Just it just wasn't happy. The and i began to fade a some actors. Don't make the bridge for feeder to film walked. perhaps that's my destiny now but then Pufus nasa came to do some cast a cashier director who had been setting me up over. The overtime sent me up in a way in a residence sister. Yeah yes the it's fascinating. I held up and then attach came up right after. Not too long after that That so it gave all the momentum. You needed a prime site. It's funny when i was looking back at your career and i was just kind of like research. I came across I don't know if you've seen this photo forever. I can send it to your folks if you want. There's an amazing photo of you. And meryl streep from about nineteen seventy four. I think in in the possessed which i believe you were doing at yale rep. Does that sound correct. Yeah i possessed. That was fascinating production because Wider what what was the directors polish. Director's name ugureh weijia. okay very a polish director. I the heat got academy award nominations. Or whatever.
"lloyd" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Is a real treat because it's christopher lloyd essentially playing both himself and dr brown as he and host kind of go on this adventure to find the The delorean's back to the future The first episode of that and it's it's a lot of fun because it has cameos from all of the backs of the futures back the future folks in it so That's a treat of check all of those things out. And i hope you guys this conversation with chris lloyd. Because he's somebody that you know. He's kinda chris walk in right. He's kind of like one of those guys that there's nobody quite like chris. Christopher lloyd he's got that aura about himself he's got the the the wine readings a little bit off and unique and different. He's not like he's a character actor. Who can play the villain who can play the kind you know father But there's always something interesting going on and we cover a lot in this conversation from his beginnings in theater to his first film. I mean this just tells you everything. You need to know that. Chris relates career. His first film was in. One flew over the cuckoo's nest guys so it was off to the races then and soon thereafter joined the cast of taxi and from there. It's you know it's back to the future. I it's it's it's who framed roger rabbit its star trek. It's so many iconic things in the eighties and nineties in particular and we hit upon most. If not all the ones that. I certainly hold dear to me and this is pure christopher lloyd. What you see is what you get. He's kind of odd interesting but intellectual Like i said there's no one like him. So this was this one was booked. I was really excited about it. i tend to geek out on the ones that that are just kind of pulled from my childhood. And there's no there's no actor that has more ingrained in my in my psyche and christopher lloyd so i think you guys will enjoy this one Not much more. I wanna say is the preamble This week i hope you guys are enjoying The good weather here certainly in new york has turned. And and you know. I've said before it feels like there's some hope and excitement in the erez. Vaccinations continue especially in the states. I as i say this today. I can sam fully vaccinated. It's going to kick in two weeks after very soon. So i'm starting to. I maybe going to the movies maybe even going leaving the state. It'd be getting on a plane. Who would have thunk it. So you know we ought to be safe. Still wear your masks social distance. Do all the right things but It's exciting that we're able to hopefully open up our lives a little bit more and see friends and family. I have one Recommendation this week. That i really dug. It's one of the first tv series. i've seen in a while. I just kinda really got obsessed with. I got a chance to watch the first five episodes of mayor of east town if you watch. Hbo you've probably seen the promos for this one. This is i think it's a limited series. I don't know if it's gonna continue on or not. I think it's seven episodes in all It's with kate winslet as the lead as a cop and You know we've seen we've seen we've seen dozens of these kind of light. Grisly serial killer mysteries with like a cop that's dealing with both the crime and their own fractured life. But we haven't seen quit. Kate winslet the center of it and she's arguably one of my top five favourite actors on the planet. And i was really engrossed in this first episode a little slow but by the second episode i got really into it and by the end of the fifth episode. I was just resentful that. Hbo me the screeners for the last two so I'm going to have to wait just like the rest of you. All for the end but Lookout for that one. That's premiering very soon merb'ys town and i'm sure cates gonna get all sorts of you know emmys golden globes attention for it but Forget the award stuff. It's just it's an engrossing cool Cop show so if you're if you like that sort of thing and you like great acting look out for that Okay that's my one recommendation of the week. Let's get onto the main event. Remember to review rating. Subscribe to happy. Sad confused. spread the good word. We've got icons here. We've got christopher lloyd. What more do you want guys. I hope you enjoy this conversation. I hope we cover everything you would want he can. You can't cover everything in the life of an eighty two year old actor who has over two hundred and thirty screen credits. But i think we cover the big stuff that you would want covered in this And.
"lloyd" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Prepare or is humans happy. Sad confused begins today on happy. Second fused living legend christopher. Lloyd going strong at eighty two with two new movies and tv series. Hey guys i'm josh horowitz. Welcome to another edition of happy. Sad confused will every once in a while. I get a chance to talk to somebody. That really holds a special place in the life of young josh horowitz. And if you're listening to this. You probably have also grown up to a degree with christopher lloyd in your life in your pop culture life certainly i. I really don't have a memory of pop culture without christopher lloyd holding a special place. This was a real treat. Christopher lloyd as i said he's eighty two but shows no signs of slowing down. I caught up with him I believe he was back home in santa barbara but gearing up for a a a shining undertaking. Actually he's about to play king lear and the berkshires the summer which is amazing to think At has so much going on. He has a film with william shatner. Yes star trek fans it re teaming of star trek through the search for spoke. Of course we get into that. Don't worry he has a movie with a partner called senior moment. he has a new movie with bob. Odenkirk you've probably heard of called nobody which is kind of a cool John wick usc enj- movie any also has a for the back of future geeks out there. And who isn't one expedition back to the future on discovery.
Iran Calls Natanz Atomic Site Blackout 'Nuclear Terrorism'
"On sunday described a blackout at its underground natanz atomic facility. An active nuclear terrorism reading regional tensions as well as powers and tehran continue to negotiate over its tattered nuclear deal while there was no immediate claim of responsibility. Suspicion fell immediately on israel where it's media nearly uniformly reported. A devastating cyber attack orchestrated by the country causing the blackout. If israel was responsible it further heightened tensions between the two nations already engaged in a shadow conflict across the wider middle east israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu who met on sunday with. Us defense secretary. Lloyd austin has vowed to do everything in his power to stop the nuclear deal. Details remained few about what happened. Leeann sunday morning at the facility which was initially described as a blackout caused by the electrical grid feeding. It's above ground workshops and underground enrichment holes. The i a the united nations body that monitors tehran's atomic programme earlier said it was aware of media reports about the incident at natanz and had spoken with iranian officials about it however natanz has been targeted by sabotage in the past the stuxnet computer virus discovered in two thousand ten and widely believed to be a joint. Us isreaeli creation wants disrupted and destroyed iranian centrifuges in natanz amid a period of western fears about tehran's program natanz suffered a mysterious explosion at its advanced centrifuge assembly plant in july that authorities later described as sabotage
Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin Visits Israel
"Lloyd Austin is in Israel, where officials are concerned about a possible US return to the Iran nuclear deal. As NPR's Daniel Estrin reports. The visit comes as Iran claims a terrorist act sabotage their nuclear facility. Iran reported a suspicious power outage that they're Natanz nuclear facility shortly after they started operating advanced centrifuges. Israeli Public Broadcasting quotes an unnamed intelligence official as saying it was an Israeli cyber attack. This comes as defense secretary Austin became the first senior Biden administration official to visit Israel officials are discussing the Iran nuclear deal, which the Trump Administration left and which President Biden is considering rejoining. That concerns Israel, which has been accused of disruptions to Iranian nuclear activities. Israel and Iran have also recently reported a string of attacks on their ships at sea.
"lloyd" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"To ask you in senior moment You know there's three leads jean. Smart is the spring chicken. She's in her late sixties But you know william shatner is now ninety and you are in your eighties right. How does it change the process of making a movie especially when it is not like you know. There's there's action sequences and this movie when when your body is different you know a all three of you but certainly you you and shatner. You know you're you're older than you used to be. How is it a different experience. I once they about actually acting old people old people is. You don't have to put a lot of Makeup on to affect age. I used to do that a lot. Actually i had a. I was at ei feng. Were accumulator child. Raise hands have been slide. What's it like not having to wear old age makeup anymore. I mean there's something to be said for the fact that you are now on like year. Forty cling sixty. Yeah but i didn't. I don't know it's it's a seem to work i've With senior moment I enjoyed worship William shatner and we we had a classic kind of fight in return of spock the third movie so we were kinda quieted. We've met his his law fund. I thought he he's wonderful in it. I really a lovely lovely. I don't mean this question is an insult. Why do you think you're still working. Why yeah well. Once they want to for sure Why do you want to it. I love doing it. And i feel like at you know. It's i feel. I'm getting better better with the acting with using myself and connecting and all that that he's been know the so far. I haven't been disabled by anything so i'm very fortunate and just keep on laws. Tate's you've done almost everything. Is there anything you haven't done that you'd like to do I don't know. I don't know We'll see i'm doing the movie now. Cia aweaver george. Clooney directed that affleck's cetera up in boston. I just loving doing it Have a medium party role as based on a novel tend to bar and it's. I'm really excited about that. And this summer of all those while. I want to do chalier at the berkshire shakespeare festival or company. I i'm just. I'm i'm into that every day. It's just know it's kind of role that you could never actually complete. There's always something more. I feel a. I'm so excited about that. Free scared we. I mean i i the moments i say what the hell am i doing to myself of this other ball so excited about it but some fear comes with the territory while christopher lloyd. I'm so grateful for your time. Thank you for talking with me. Oh you're welcome. Christopher lloyd friends. His newest movie is senior moment. It's a romantic comedy. Where he performs alongside william shatner. And jean smart. He's also in the upcoming action film. Nobody where he'll act alongside one of our favorites. The great bob odenkirk yes. That's right action star van hammersley. That's it for another episode of bulls out of the homes of me and the staff of maximum fund in and around greater los angeles. Here in my house. I've accepted that. I'm an extra large now. And i'm going through my clothes. Getting rid of the largest the show is produced. By speaking into microphones. Our producer is kevin. Ferguson and jordan cowling are associate producers. We get help from casey. O'brien our production fellas at maximum fine. Richard roby and valerie moffitt are interstitial. Music is by dan. Wally also known as dj w our theme song is by the go team. Thanks very much to them. And to their label memphis industries for sharing it. The go team have a record just around the corner. There's a single up right now. you should For the go team on youtube or whatever and give it a listen you can also keep up with the show on facebook and youtube. Post all our interviews in those places. I think that's about it. Just remember all great. Radio hosts have a signature. Sign off bullseye. With jesse thorn is a production of maximum fund dot org and is distributed by npr..
"lloyd" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Folk cutouts you roger rabbit. Maybe up to up to your side size at it had real weight arms legs and you were hearst without to get the feeling of the bustles. You would need what what do need to support that weight And then of course they take away after hearst while shoot without so. They had a pan pantomime there to assist in the whole process process so they took a lot of Took a lot of pains to be sure it could be done work. Well christopher i have to tell you that. If i don't talk to you about back to the future i will get a volume of angry letters that will like make my house float away Mid western flood. Well fire away. You know i was thinking about. I was thinking about the back to the future movies. And i realized that you know for you certainly the first back to the future move. The they're all they're all really fun. The first back to the future movie you know having established the world and is probably the the definitive classic down money. I didn't see anything but molecular structure car completely attacked the appropriate question is when the hell are they started. Just become the world's first time traveling to the future. one minute into the future to be exact precisely one. Twenty-one am zero seconds. we catch up with time but back to the future. Three where where. It's the old west and you have a love. Interest is kind of the most christopher lloyd back to the future movie Can't touch that impartially other. But i'm asking for your partial evaluation. I that people say which one did you love doing the most and it's it's number three number one is is exciting because it initiates. The whole story The deloitte coming out of the truck to the all that stuff is being established that gives it a special energy. But i love. I love western's as a kid watching the western movies and All that stuff. I spent time in wyoming whatever so I love that future three. I have a question about your hair moving along. Certainly in the back to the future movies. Some of your other icon ick roles. Your hair has a volume and flair. That is very distinctive. To what extent was that. Your hair in real life During those years and to what extent did you have to like. I got to grow my doc. Brown hair backout Well in the trilogy i can't quite remember exactly it was times was my own hair. And then they wanted a wig because it was all going to be white an not blonde or something like that. And i don't know lately. I suddenly got long hair gone on with with with my work just the way it is a i have. I had Some roasted feeder work. I saved my head. I save head for addams family for uncle fester. So that was your real shaved head in addams family. Yeah 'cause he's ball is bowl as his true cartoon but there are bald caps. Yes that is something. That is a major motion picture. Could have supplies you as a. But i've i've done that i've done in the theater and i think i did it. Maybe inside but that's how you know you got to cut your hair shorter anyway because it's gotta fit well and they take some of the makeup artist to you know to put it on. And then he has to stick it on in. Oh so it stays in place if you have hair of you know length which i do. The hairstylist has to take the hair you have an pin it with a hundred thousand hairpins and that before. What's the False false head Over so it's a lot of that. And dan if you've got an active role is sweat and scalp starts itching furiously and saw what i can avoid that i do. I shaved my head. I've only shaved my head for real. I very short hair. Because i'm pretty bald by. I've only shaved my head down to the skin once in my life. It was when i was you know. I had finished all my classes in college but i was an ra. And i had to stick around for another ten days or something. I just got really bored. But i remember vividly the feeling what it felt like to really have no hair on my head. Do you remember what is when you are a fresh. You took the razor to your head. Yeah off i Interviewed for fill out of during. While i was i did a play where i shaved my head. So i had a shaved head. And i kinda wig kind of disordered brown hair And what was on. It was really very convincing the site war. Though to the interview i the lady was a bit tired of bossier in a millage bossie lady. I'm an owner. you know. and she's about it then she said of course a part he'll be playing the part of a monk and you'd have to shave your head and i just reached up. Pulled away your it was like i didn't get the part since delicious moment. That's like the time that you didn't get the part but you still one felt.
"lloyd" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Of basically about twenty years to you know people's television friend. Which is i think. what a what. A long running sitcom character is yeah. It's a very different way of of having people see you right. I guess this a certain inclination to want everybody to you. Get what you have to say. Are you know what i mean. So you want to give your best for them. Whatever medium working in and Yeah i i is really a communicator. A lot like a character No matter whether it's nice guy or not so nice guy. I'm fine what may you know. What is it about this guy. I identify with even five not him and convey that to an audience. They might not even like the character but they've will feel for now. Understand it even more with christopher lloyd still to come. We still haven't talked about back to the future. We're not gonna skip that hear about it. After the break it's eye for maximum fund dot org npr on npr's pop culture. Happy hour podcast. We talk about tv movies and more like the new marvel disney plus series the falcon and the winter soldier and a definitive ranking of the best. Muppets all of that. And around twenty minutes every weekday. Listen now to the pop culture. Happy hour podcast from npr. Hey it's john mill and look. These are challenging times for our mental and emotional health. I get it. That's why i'm so excited for my new podcast. Depression mode were tackling depression. Anxiety trauma stressed the kinds of things that are just super common but don't get talked about nearly enough conversations that are illuminating honest. And sometimes pretty funny with folks like kelsey darah open. Mike eagle an patent oswal humphrey. Bogart was never therapy. And then my dad said you it. He smoked a carton of cigarettes a day so he was in therapy. Plus psychiatrists psychologists and all kinds of folks on depression mode. We're working together. Learning helping each other out team join our team. Depression mode for maximum fund. Wherever you get your podcasts. Welcome back to bulls eye jesse thorn. My guest is christopher. Lloyd he is of course the star of back to the future taxi who framed roger rabbit and so many other films. He's eighty two years old now. Still working still performs on stage regularly still working in movies and tv. His newest film role is in senior moment. A romantic comedy. In which lloyd stars alongside jean. Smart and william shatner so i think that As an elder millennial myself you are most burned into my memory as the guy who's about to put roger rabbit into the dipa. You've had a number of iconic screen roles christopher but You know outside of maybe playing large margin pee. Wee's big adventure. I don't think there was any more terrifying character from my childhood. you could. yeah i could. I create grey pleasure knowing that. Guess what this is up to off the face of the call. My own design. Five thousand heated hop velocity pressurized water. Cannon i remember i see disney films when they i mean when walt disney was making them you know what way back in the fifties and those seem like every one of a there was a moment. That was absolutely horrified. Just drib nightmare material and people come up to me and Tell me the same story. That happened to them. When i saw that movie and just payback but i love. It has to be that. Put that little. Sue squeaky little shoot the dip But it was a wonderful fill. This is what i was thinking about. Because i watched it recently with my kids. I was really. I was really thrilled with how well it held up. I thought it was just as wonderful as an adult. As i had thought it was as a kid. Great but as i was watching it i was thinking. This movie is at like an unequivocal success. Like as this is a great film everything works. But then i was just thinking of all of these actors including you on a sound stage. You know probably holding a cube painted green when you're dipping the shoe into the dip. You know what. I mean right. Thought like all of these people like how did they convince themselves this kind of work. I know i well. They took a lot of pains to make it happen. I it was. It was a digital it. was you know. Every plate was painted drawn and all that and they had a they had. There was like three story. Old life factory building a few in london and was divided compartments at a big open space. And all these guys on women from everywhere thailand all around europe and asia australia you know in their make each cell. You know what. I'm saying is light straw. Anyway they had and then they had a guy who Comedian a damn. I can't think of his name of all. Who played roger rabbit off camera. So whenever you have words to say roger rabbit you talked to this guy. And he got himself all up in a crazy kind of roger rabbit kind of hostile and he had a voice. Roger rabbit's voice as he'd stare at him that was very helpful. You know the for that. And then they also had a rabbit.
"lloyd" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Real so i would do that. War more and it started to pay off Took a while but it started. I could notice. I got more adept at it and it helped also pufus s for this incredible filled to start out with Hours buzzed. it was great experience. That really help things law for the third time. You do not have a hotel on board hotel. It costs a thousand dollars and four green houses to put a hotel on board walk. And you'll not paul hardy. The audition process for one flew over. The cuckoo's nest was sort of famously and involved. What did you have to do to get your part in the film Bills forman the director. Of course he would set up chairs or sevi- circle in front of on the floor and it They would be filled by actors all author she in effect and he would talk to us He be nurse. City where nurse ratchet would be city and he asked us a question and he had a sense of how to get things going and That was hill. You just kind of lived out the way it went people were talking about as you could interjected anytime in It was kind of cool. That i came up to a couple of times and then done that was that let's hear a scene from a taxi Which you know is a very long running sitcom about a group of new york city cab. Drivers one of them was by my guest. Christopher lloyd Reverend jim who is Kind of spaced out Sweet kook So i in this scene. the dispatcher. Tiny who's played by. Danny devito is Is there and jim is is at the garage. And he's just sitting down to a snack. Well boss. I'm back from my vacation. You didn't have brains while you're i wasn't really looked at well. Have cam for you in a minute. Goal of what's whole is cookies. They will big guy i fight. Hey nice surprise what are you talking about. I could be wrong. But i detect something in here. That's a lot more powerful than oatmeal. So when you got cast in taxi did you think of yourself as a comedy actor. I i knew it was written for police for comedy all that but i felt that i don't know i've just i've no i've ever really thought of myself in a particular way up comedy out or a dramatic actor whatever When it has things going. All when i'm i i'm i don't go up one way or the other. I just go up there and try to respond to the material and see what happens. I enjoy laughs. I was in a i. I was neil simon's play barefoot in the park. And i did that some stock cape may new jersey. So where the sixties and i was playing the robert Part bob or whoever it was. And i had the seniors highland had you know so we were in a couple of days of rehearsal director. Becca me over to the edge of the stage they have confidently told me chris. This is comedy i learned. I learned how you know when a made the adjustment every line and only just had to open your mouth and say them and you've got to laugh. Who's just written so well one of the things that i've heard from people who did audience sitcoms multi camera sitcoms over long periods of time now is that you learn a very particular kind of basically stage performance. Because not only are you. You know acting in front of an audience not only. Are you doing jokes in front of an audience. But often. In your you know your. They're doing the same joke a few times. Because there's you know multiple takes of of things in and you have to do. You're doing the same joke or a similar joke in front of the audience. You have to find a new wrinkle in it. You have to find something a little bit different. What was it like to do that over years. You know every week Go up in front of in front of an audience in and do those jokes. I don't know. Sometimes i've watched sitcom and i. I got a feeling that it looks like sitcom active or a sitcom kind of stale mechanical bit. Whatever and the last were kind of contrived and all so. I never wanted to end up that way. Doing something repeatedly you know like doyen every every week and it's no better than that auden holler. It had to have something exciting to it so And i left out at all. I i left out today into Overcoming prejudices and go up and worked out great reverend. Jim is such an iconic tv character. And you know was repeated on television ad infinitum. You know mike as as with me you know. By the time. I was watching tax. It was in reruns. But i've i've seen a lot of taxes. What what was it like to go from working actor.
"lloyd" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Playhouse school of the theater in new york with the legendary acting teacher. Sanford meisner the guy who invented the meisner technique. Lloyd acted mainly on stage before he got his first big role in cuckoo's nest. He's still extremely committed to the stage. He performs there when he can. He has plans to play king. Lear later this year and at the age of eighty-two he has no intention of retiring in his latest film role he stars alongside william shatner in senior moment. It's a romantic comedy. Set around a group of seniors who live in the california desert. Shatner plays a retired fighter. Pilot named victor victories trying to win the affections of fellow retiree caroline played by jean smart to add his problems. Victor can't seem to stop getting in trouble for his driving in this scene. Victor is in traffic court. He's just called his best friend to the sand sow played by our guest. Christopher lloyd sally's i guess some kind of character witness afternoon to tomorrow ebisu spinelli. Would you please in for the court. How long you've known defendant. Well we call high freshman. Love to kind of a man's bravest man i know flock in tested jets for. That's a true american hero. Honda best damn friendly ever. You say you've driven with the defendant clock many to count. Would you describe him as reckless. Cobb for the may never christopher lloyd. Welcome to bulls. I'm so happy to have you on the show. Well i should delighted. How did you get the idea that you wanted to be an actor as funny 'cause i've kind of dissipated if you might ask you that so i was figured over. I just remember back. Seventy is prayed. Something that If i felt threatened by the bigger boys or whomever whatever. I would Do something that was kind of. I dunno unexpected and it made them live for. They are abused van. Somebody asked me to be in a school play. This seventh rates grade is only. I did that a few times. Have subsequently it just kind of a coalesced after awhile cyanide triax. You studied at the neighborhood. Playhouse with sanford meisner. Who's you know one of the one of the greatest acting teachers of the twentieth century. And he was you know his method his famous map known as the meisner technique listening so essential to it. Like it's really like a system of teaching you how to be very profoundly present right. How did you end up there. And how did it change you as a as a performer. Well i did see you know some stop before. I went to the playhouse for awhile and to hear other actors talks about this place that place adviser for what i felt the way they talked about the name of the plows that where i wanted to go and just sort of so it's view of visor and accepted that he wasn't there for the first year which is a big surprise and he wasn't there for both years the play playhouse for two years. Now when i got out of it. I felt i really at all all the faculty were proteges. But it wasn't getting through Came out of it. I felt that. I still little bit where i was for. It started so miser came back and got started. Teach -i in at the playhouse and he had two classes each week. Outside of the playhouse. I went back to him. Started with those classes and he was fabulous. I just extraordinary. And i came out of getting what i wanted some or did you think you were going to be a theater actor forever. I began to wonder about it I wanted to fill by came to new york because i lived in connecticut and sylvia with the city. Having voted out of. I wanted to do film. But i just felt get a base the theater and i you know i really love feeder. My love going back to do a play. I feel i'm going home. You know just feels right and event. I started going for film Meetings and interviews. And i could tell the snuffy happening here and i just thought maybe i'm one of those actors who make the bridge from theater to screen you know and then cook s k through your to do some kathy at a director. I was good to be semi of all the time. Set me up. And that was that i think that when you're working in theatre often it is expected that you know you'll be able to transform yourself because you're working in rapper. You're working with a company and you're playing all kinds of different roles. It's really valuable to be able to do anything right and often when you're working on screen the direction of your career is determined by you. Know what you seem like when you walk into a room people taking one glance at you run deciding what kind of thing you are. What kind of thing you do. And i wonder whether when you started going up for film roles when you i mean you're a full-on grownup before you started doing screen work oil whether you had to like reckon with what people thought of you when you walked into a room over. Over time over time. I started to Make a real effort to be as much the character that i'm going to read for me for as i can without being annoying over something stupid just trying to really find the essence of it. I'm bringing it in hope that i convey that whether i do i heritage way what i dress an accent. Whatever but if i make.
"lloyd" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"We're going to get to a new game. That really wants to play. I don't know what it is exactly. It's called you're very excited. You want tell me that. Sound effect though. I mean. i didn't talk this through enough. We need eight dropping sound effects. Okay that would have been good to know before we started but okay mic will work in real time to find you. Whatever whatever sounded is you need to play the game namedrop find out what it is together but before we do that i want to ask to gods what he knows at all about the lord. Lloyd pierce situation the talking point in sports today. Do you know anything about the loyd pier situation. I don't know who. Lloyd pierces arts to got so i'm going to need you to age one percent less worse because you don't care about anything happening in sports and you haven't for a long time but i need you to pay attention to some of the things happening every day and not be maximum lazy on every subject ma. I need your help here in terms of knowing something about what's going on in worse still inside a month from the funeral. So but i'll get there eventually again. Shame on you for turning my dad mother into content. I mean too soon. I'm sorry stugatz i apologize. You're right i am. I have fallen on the wrong side of cruelty again. you win. i lose so the story with lloyd. Pierce is the following my levy. The story with lloyd pierce is. He's the atlanta. Hawks was the atlanta hawks coach. This is interesting in layered generally. Don't care about news of the day. So god says it results in coach firings. Because i feel as you've seen with steve. Kerr and stan van gundy and a whole and bill belichick and a whole bunch of other people. You can be really smarter than everyone. Alison build a good organization and it helps kevin durant comes and joins. And you get lucky with steph curry and klay thompson and your light years ahead of everybody and then they get hurt and then you're not and you're drowning and you don't have any money anymore and you finance the stadium and kevin durant is in brooklyn so these things are complicated. The macro on this is super interesting at a time. Stu gods where you see. Not just america sociologically everything happening in terms of race relations in this country. That goes through georgia. Okay that goes through atlanta in a way that you can make decent arguments for everything that stacey abrams did there being sort of pivotal to changing the leadership this country specifically through the black city of atlanta that has torn apart along racial lines. Okay where the owner of the atlanta dream was on the other side. This as georgia swung blues to so the reason that i find this one in atlanta interesting specifically as you see some of what is happening with the politics got in georgia where the fight is between you know still masks in science and voter suppression. It's all in sort of the civil rights south where you still get. An argument about the confederate flag and statues. Being tipped over within sports happening is the following. This is why. I find this situation interesting. As the atlanta hawks have clearly underachieved but specifically with what everything you see happening in sports where black people are still telling in sports. Hey rooney rule or not. we still be elements. Still doesn't get the shots. Look at how this happens. And then you see what happens with the mariners to get where it's all out in the open and hey look the white guys treat and all. The minorities is disposable commodities. Okay you're fired now but the system still in place and you did that to a japanese customer base. You did that you to humanize when your best players are latin and dominican and you're using their bodies as the white hedge fund guy at the top. Who's the money and you've been bilking that organization through griff for twenty years of bad baseball using these bodies throwing them in the furnace. So with that as your context. The atlanta hawks have underachieved this year and their coach. The black guy has been fired. The black guy. The interim coach is now nate. Mcmillan another black eye this again. They play in atlanta. That's the customer base that just swung blue. That's a black city with a black fan base and look at who the atlanta dreams owner was and look at that now a woman who sat out for social reform for a year renee montgomery as a player. Young player has bought into part ownership of that team because that team the women in that sport. We're stronger than even the men when it came to the activism and they ran off the owner of the atlanta dream for being awful with black bodies. That's your context. And here's why it's interesting. Lloyd peers did underachieved this year. He is being blamed for the additions of bogdanovich gull. Nori done and rondo. Four guys that created expectations. They've missed a combined. Hundred and three games in injury takes out. The coach on a season of expectations ignores is this. He's the fall guy for travis schlink. Who looks exactly the way that you imagine. If you google search it. Travis schlink would look and he traded the rights to luke. He traded the rights for trae young and a future first round pick who became camera jr. So now what you have in the black city of atlanta. You've got nate mcmillan. Saying i need the endorsement of lloyd pierce. If i'm gonna take this job. Because i just saw the white guy take out the black guy and i can't lose my team here right before i start. If i don't have the endorsement of the guy you're ousting because it makes me look like a companyman because it makes me look like i'm willing to do. The work of travis shrank. When i fight with you. I'm a veteran coach in this league. Who sees everything. That's happening in america. I need your blessing fired. Lloyd pierce because i just saw what happened to you. These are injuries and expectations. That took you out in a general manager who traded luka doncic who still has his job the general man. That's why. I think it's interesting though. That's how you see. Though that's how you see the power dynamics in that sport where this began with. Danny ferry danny ferry was on the executive track to white power and botch it. All because danny ferry stugatz the example of a pillar of white professionalism in that sport that always gets to the power and was going to get to the power. The way that power rises there in a way that it does for danny ferry and doesn't for loyd pierce like that's the thing right there at the center of atlanta symbolically is the thing that people are looking at when it comes to power transfers in this country and what it's like to always have the privilege of being in the top power and how hard it is for someone like lloyd bridges to reach the place lord lord peers bridges even better with tissue paper between bridgen father of father. Hold on second. How old is lloyd. Bridges bridges cannot still be dead nineteen ninety eight. Hold on the cody wheel now. Cody give me cody. I'll league on his toilet..
"lloyd" Discussed on GONE
"Maybe something had alluded the thousands of volunteers but as the summer ended so did any hope of finding the boy with heavy hearts. The Rangers finally closed the case in September nineteen. Sixty-nine the hunt for Dennis. Lloyd Martin head involved more than fifty agencies and cost an estimated two hundred ninety thousand dollars worth roughly two million dollars today but although the search was over the mystery endured since Dennis's disappearance rumors and theories of cropped up all trying to explain what happened to the boy some like the Martin's insisted that Dennis had survived somehow. His parents founded to think about that. Their child could die without them knowing instead. Bill and violet began to argue that their son had been kidnapped. The FBI investigated throughout the summer of Nineteen. Sixty-nine they made inquiries in the Great Smoky Mountains area then in July. A man.
"lloyd" Discussed on GONE
"He contacted several groups including the park staff and several volunteer organizations. They were all instructed to be on site by five. Am as dawn broke on Sunday. June fifteenth nineteen sixty. Nine the Organiz search for Dennis Lloyd. Martin was about to begin but the team was unsure of where to start about. Two and a half inches of rain had fallen the night before any tracks. Dennis may have left. Had certainly been washed away. Sneddon decided that they should begin. With the areas. Known as drainage is basically natural gutters where stormwater washed away. He wanted to see if the rain had swept Dennis away. Well a few rescue workers check the drainage is the rest of the search party canvass the area. They had more volunteers and better equipment than the Martin family did so they were optimistic. They'd find a soon. Sneddon had helicopters fly equipment to spence field which became their basecamp. Rangers examined the various trails in the area of the nearby paths. Only one hadn't been investigated the previous day so arranger was rapidly dispatched to search it in the midst of all the commotion. Dennis's mother violet. Martin joined the hunt for her son. Her heart was in her mouth as she saw the dozens of people all pulling together to rescue her. It was encouraging to see how many people cared but the clock was ticking and she feared they were running out of time. She wasn't alone in her worries as the Rangers called for more volunteers. Local news stations caught wind of the story. They sent out bulletins to amplify the simple terrifying message. A six year old boy was missing. Send help the call was widely received the assistance they'd requested soon arrived in droves. Everyone from local firefighters to boy scouts showed up all determined to put the Martin's nightmare to an end. The rescue team flew helicopters overhead scouring the area from an aerial perspective. Gps crisscrossed mountain trails and campgrounds. Volunteers tramp through the woods on foot. The Park Rangers even contacted a United States Special Forces unit. That was stationed in the area. The commanding officer Colonel Howard Kinney ordered forty soldiers to join the hunt bill. Violet Martin took comfort in the ever-growing hunt for their little boy. The number of volunteers was ballooning wildly. Surely they find something soon. But by the end of the first day they hadn't uncovered a shred of evidence all the additional eyes and ears hadn't seemed to accomplish anything. The Martin's spark of hope began to turn into dread even with all of their resources at their disposal. Their search team didn't find their first clue until the fourth day on Tuesday June seventeenth of volunteer search parties spotted a small set of footprints about the size. A six year old would leave. The trail vanished into a stream. One of the prince was barefoot and the other left by shoe when he'd gone missing. Dennis had been wearing Oxford's but the team couldn't tell if the print matched that of an Oxford or a more generic sneaker. The volunteers hastily reported their findings hoping that the more seasoned professionals could take over but their hopes it turned out were for nothing the green berets. Who are assisting with the search. Said they'd already been through that area. They argued that the prince had likely been left by the boy scouts who are accompanying the search parties but none of the boy scouts were barefoot and there was only one set of tracks while the scouts were traveling in groups. Some of the searchers thought they should keep looking near the footprints but they couldn't find any other sign of Dennis with this potential lead ruled a dead end. The search teams abandoned. That clue an looked elsewhere on June twentieth. Nineteen Sixty Nine. Dennis's seventh birthday passed with no sign of him. The rescuers were getting discouraged. That Day sneddon gave his team new instructions procedures to follow if they found Dennis dead. Dennis had been gone too long and there was no sign that he was still alive. No one could say what had happened to him. But the prevailing theory was that he'd gotten lost and was killed by wild animals after all the park was home to boars bears and other creatures that could make quick work of his small child moreover it would explain how he disappeared so quickly..
"lloyd" Discussed on What It Takes
"Yes I suppose probably my most famous shows are more or less completely threw written and through composed. Because I like writing that way because does it means that as a composer. I'm I'm in control of the dramatic arc of the evening and it's the music is driving along with the story but look I just did. School of Rock in School of rock is something that absolutely has to have a script because it the tempo of the whole thing has to be driven with dialogue as well as music so there is no rule. That's but that's what we talked to that. But I didn't get from him what I really wanted to get out in. which is how his personality as a musician completely changed when he was running with Hammerstein compared to these early years when he was riding with Lawrence Heart? And I mean you could see a little bit of the Rogers that you find in Hammerstein occasionally additionally in the world that he did with hard but it's like two different people. That's what I wanted to ask him and he kept on. Have you found that that when you work when work with Tim. Rice that there's a different interlude Weber. That comes out then I did. I didn't really think so. I mean shatteringly. Of course the last piece I wrote with Tim Rice in nineteen seventy six. So I haven't written with him since apart from very occasional little things where we perhaps have added something to Jersey for. We wrote a song for the movie of Evita but we haven't written a full length piece or anything substantial together enough breath full. Well Gosh not seventy six fourteen years. Isn't it on yet. One still talks about it well. Naturally that's because Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Mhm Rice's musicals have had staying power and revival power last summer in London. You could have gone to a new production of Joseph SUV and the amazing technicolor dreamcoat. Jesus Christ superstar and Evita if you could have managed to get a ticket and then there was the the two thousand eighteen NBC television live concert version of Jesus Christ superstar starring John Legend as Jesus and Sarah Barilla's as Mary Magdalene. How's that for relevancy? It even won an emmy making Andrew Lloyd Webber One of only only fifteen people to win an emmy a grammy and Oscar and a Tony..
"lloyd" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
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"lloyd" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels
"To their own conclusion that you know what this is easier if the lights just on like i may have come to that conclusion link years ago but like i need them to come to that conclusion so how do i get them in in in a way that's natural for them without force without being relation how do i get them to see that for what they're trying to do it's better it's better with lloyd's up yeah so i'm curious about how to bring the suit like your today work in particular well i think aluminum and clarity are some themes we've now discuss him it really ties well the work that you do i even wore a red shirt in honor of sure did so but what i wanna hear is what you find most rewarding about the work that you do today well what i find most rewarding is so the people that i'm i'm really four in the way i like to phrase it the people don't really for the people who who really you know they that with what i do rent resonates for them and the ones that i like to work with in turn are people who who are served and driven to serve an idea that's larger themselves i think it's why i worked in nonprofits for as long as i did it's why marketers in general tend to be my people because people who are drawn to marketing generally charge you know there's this internal desire to bring attention and energy to something that oftentimes isn't there's an these days i you know yeah it's marketers but it's also of entrepreneurs visionaries thought leaders gan these these ideas that are bigger than themselves.
"lloyd" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"lloyd" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"How you doing rosey with your natural furry fleas i feel great so many different sounds smells just wanna paran way everywhere sure i know how you feel i mean it couldn't be more puffy let's just listen these are real sounds you're listening to by the way all right on too much about the joys of the summit because it might not be summary way you are and you'll get resentful pulling view what was up slightly disgusted with the beginning about him buxton's podcast whether we're always listing with quashing clements deeply resented having my face rubbed in his good meteorological choon please ensure does not happen again all right let me tell you about this week's podcast guest putt costs number seventy three features a conversation with british comedian actor and writer carry add lloyd much of carry it's comedy work involves playing characters and improvising which she's done in tv shows like madryn successful drunk history and her own bbc three sketch show pilot the carriage show from twenty fourteen over the last few years carry out has also been one of a cost of improvises to appear in the hugely successful pia to show ostentatious and entirely improvised comedy play in the style of jane austen the title that's how it spelt i quote from their website join the allstar cost is they create a righteously funny new literary masterpiece based on nothing more than a title suggested by the audience performed in full regency costume with live musical accompaniment ostentatious is past works include both to the future strictly come dossey and mansfield shock no two shows are out of the same as i speak april twenty eighteen ostentatious takes place every month at the savoy theatre in london before relocating to edinburgh for the fringe in august and that's followed by a uk tour thereafter back to carry it though she is also the host of grief cost a podcast in which she talks to comedians about their experience of losing someone close to them.
"lloyd" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"How is the hot new streaming service that shows of the movies we have made or distribute sense of fortieth year which is forbidden for years so there's over one hundred world premiere movies on trauma now plus movies that uncle lloyd personally curates for germany which our twitter handle at lloyd kaufman at lloyd cough yeah that's two els by the way you tweet your fans i do my own twitter and i do my own instagram and so if any fans have questions i answer everything on twitter you look great and really look great it really i looked up your age on lives like away seventy two but thank you crazy oh really maybe it's pat your wife certainly keeping you looks like she's forty you would not believe sir i can't wait to see your penis and some other surprise on i didn't have to go see could be your but your butthole your b whole well all i'm i don't want to be a spoiler because rob's getting pretty getting worked he is indeed flushed face he's flushed the i see certain nipples legendary sir sir would kaufman this is a real pleasure thank you for side of you will thank you for getting inside of loyd coffin and for paying attention to a fifty year career i want to come visit you onset sometime i wanna watch you or this summer you should be in the movie you should come and play we're going to we're not sure where we're filming yet but we're gonna shoot probably july august let me know and tempest shakespeare shit storm and i think it's gonna be amazing i think you should play a cameo i like this guy roles now could you look good.