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"To express themselves. And that they did not have with Fidel Castro that did not have we're all broke Castro barrel. Castro, who turns 90 in June, picked Miguel Diaz Canel to replace him with billions of federal dollars earmarked for Massachusetts. Senate President Karen Spilka says some of it should be used to help women get back to work as quickly as possible. More details. WBC's Karen Regal even dropped out of the workforce in droves when the pandemic hit because schools and child care centers were closed. Senate President Karen Spilka is exploring building a network of what she calls intergenerational care because it's not just Children who need care. It's aging parents and Families to this is our shot. Massachusetts shot to be a national leader in transforming the way we support care givers. And care workers and build a thriving economy that works for everyone. Women are not going to be able to go back to work unless there is a care giving. Economy, Spilka tells me she wants to support connect and integrate care across the spectrum of ages. She isn't sure what that would look like yet, but that exploration has started. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Violet Davis has been named Hasty Pudding's Woman of the year. Harvard University's theatrical a theatrical group will be honoring the Oscar Emmy and Tony winning actor on April 22nd and an online ceremony. This will include a roast, also a discussion and a speech from Violet Davis, as she is presented with Ceremonial putting pot now because of the covert pandemic. The event will not include his traditional parade through Cambridge. The Hasty Pudding award has been handed out annually since 1951 a long held tradition. It's 708 over now to Bloomberg business, more work for Amazon drivers more instant gratification for consumers. Sources say Amazon is testing a service that would have driver's unpack and set up.
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"It was an embarrassment to jurisprudence. Tioga Senate to the word Republican. It was. It was a missed opportunity with boy, was it not good. Now, you know the Democrats as we know they're in show business, and they put on a Put on a good show and then made a nice movie. And because they probably honestly had some Oscar Emmy Award winning most filmmakers make their film from but it was well done, and it was effective. And if you were new to this and didn't know anything, you'd say, Wow, that was really compelling as a word they like to use compelling and, um And they did a good job. Now and again. It's all show business has talking yesterday about how show business the Republicans and David shown at least made the argument. Tonto some degree. That this was appointments and futile effort because Donald John Trump is a private citizen, a former politician, and the Constitution does not provide for the impeachment of former politicians. Former president And you know, you think the Constitution should have something to do with the Democrats don't think that the Constitution should have anything to do with it. They're just a lynch mob as they have historically been going back to their you know their Healtheon days of post civil war. Just as when they when they really got into the spirit of things, you know the Democrats, their history is a terribly horribly criminal and dark history. It's not checkered. It's really just kind of dark and bleak all the way back. But there it is. They I did make the 13 minute video and they and they provided a summary and then made Jenny Raskin was there. The lost Marx brother, and he he cried because the Democrats always have to cry there emotionally unstable, most of them. As we know. And Jamie Raskin, a Democrat from Maryland, part of the lynch Trump mob, and the I think maybe the illegitimate son of Zeppo Marx or something like that. He he got up there and he was talking and talking and and he started crying. They always cry. These people there. It's an emotional instability is the hallmark of Democrat Party. Across America and certainly in Washington and its and everybody Then you have to the news media goes to talk about him crying, and they have to remind everybody that rightly so perhaps, but it's the sympathy thing. You know, he's crying and he's lost Marx brother. But and if you're Republican, he'd be mocked and mark, but Jamie Raskin son committed suicide just very recently and horribly tragic and sad situation. He had just buried his son, I think on January 4th And then the melee happened on January 6th. He had his other kids with him at the Capitol. That day s so naturally, the media plays that card for him. He doesn't have to do anything. You know it's up on Cripple Creek. They take care of it for him and as very sad, But nevertheless, he know, and they play that card. The Democrats. They use that they say, Wait a minute. Jamie Raskin has just gone through this tragedy. Let's put him up there and we'll get the sympathy thing from the media as though they need tol pimp for that they get it for free anyway, But they did make this will be somebody made this movie. I haven't seen anybody explain who made the movie. But it was it was very effectively done and for it for the you know, persecution and prosecution of the former president, now private citizen of the United States being impeached, put on trial by the Senate, which the Constitution really doesn't provide for. I think the Democrats made an argument. There was a judge and 17 92 or something who was impeached after he left office. And I Hey, Well, There you go. You got President Democrats also have Congressman Alcee Hastings from Florida who is a former federal judge that was impeached because he was taking piles of cash from the Mafia and letting them off because they were paying him off. He is a corrupt judge. And and after he was found guilty of that the end impeached by the congress as a federal judge, the Democrats said, Hey, I think we like the cut of his jib, and they decided to run him for Congress after he was impeached as a federal judge, That's just how corrupt they are. They're incredibly astonishingly corrupt. And fortunately for themselves. That is video, so not a thing on. I mean, I really I've just got to say the president's pick in and and lawyers, um, sub standard subpar, not good at all. Doug Schoen did make some, but I don't. I didn't watch any of the late night, did you? You guys watch any of the late light night last night, but because, um, David shown was, I thought making a pretty good and cogent and coherent case. And then every now and then he would grab a little bottle of water with his left hand from the podium and go to take a sip. And when he did, he would put his right hand on top of his head I'm doing I'm recreating it right now, like you can see me. On. They take the little bottle of water with his left hand and bring it up to his lips. And he'd tilt his head back to drink the water, and he would put his right hand on top of his head like he was holding on, You know, a hat or something, but he wasn't wearing a head and it was kind of weird, and I watched that and I I got to say, I thought that was pretty weird Behavior wasn't quite here, die running down the side of the face, but it was pretty weird, and I said to my best girl, I said, Well, you know, there goes Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel. They got everything they need right there. That's all you need. Is Doug Schoen grabbing the top of his head as he should rub a circle on his belly while he's doing that, too, with his third hand. And if you're an Indian god, he could do that. That was it was odd behavior, and I'm John watching this, You know, Rudy member when Rudy Giuliani went told the press conference and they told the press to meet him at the four seasons And I was supposed to be the four Seasons hotel, I think and Philadelphia, But instead everybody went to a shrubbery place. Remember this. They went toe.
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"We head to my Go for the latest on the protest there, and we remember Oscar Emmy and Tony Award winning actor Christopher Plummer. Now news Live from NPR news. I'm Jack's fear. President Biden, Vice President Harris are ramping up their efforts to solve the administration's nearly $2 trillion stimulus package and are making it clear they have no problem with the fact that so far only Democratic lawmakers air supporting it. Here's NPR's Scott Tetro. It was just after 5 A.m. when Vice President Harris cast the tiebreaking vote on a key procedural step, allowing Congress to move forward with the Biden administration's top priority. Later, she and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen held a virtual round table with hundreds of chapters of the Black Chamber of Commerce. Harris acknowledged the financial pressures facing many black Americans. This has been rough. We have all seen estimates that as many as 40 to 50% of black businesses have closed. Perhaps permanently. Some chamber members said that many black owned businesses were not able to access federal loans during last year's stimulus efforts. Harris promised that will not be the case now. Scott DENTRO. NPR NEWS The White House The Biden administration is unveiling a plan to boost the availability of at home coronavirus tests. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports the federal government will invest in six companies that can bring test market quickly as the grown a virus continues to circulate widely. The Biden administration has prioritized rapid testing. One test, A loom that can be done completely at home was the first to be authorized by the FDA. Now senior adviser Andy Slavitt says many more products will be brought to the market having 60 million more at home tests available over the course of the summer. Is exactly what the country needs. Officials say the administration is also invoking the Defense production act to boost supplies needed by Fizer to produce vaccines and to increase the supply of medical gauze and gloves. Allison Aubrey NPR News Secretary of state Tony Blinken has been consulting with European partners about Iran. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports on a virtual meeting that touched on other trouble spots as well. The UK, Germany and France were all part of the Iran nuclear deal. The one the Trump Administration pulled out of State Department spokesperson Ned Price says the new secretary of state held talks with his counterparts from those three European countries. As the Biden administration decides on a new policy toward Iran. We want to make sure that we're working in lockstep with our European partners and to ensure that they know exactly where we are. We know exactly where they are, and we will move forward together. The French foreign minister says. They held quote in depth and important conversations on Iran and touch base on other pressing issues. Russia, China and Myanmar were also on the agenda. Michele Kelemen NPR NEWS Washington They were all U. S trade deficit last year was up by 18% to $679 billion, the increase in the trade shortfall, the highest since 2008 as the Corona virus pandemic continued to weigh on the global economy. On Wall Street. Today the Dow was up 92 points that as that game 78 points, the S and P 500 rose 15 points. This is NPR live from KQED News. I'm terrorist. Siler. Oakland Mayor Libby Shaft has tapped Deputy chief Laurent Armstrong to be the city's new chief of police. Armstrong is a native of West Oakland who has served in the OPD for 20 years. In an announcement video this morning, Armstrong says he'll focus on the safety of Oakland's youngest residents. I'm one of those young people that didn't feel city And so is my job now to do everything I can to make sure that we as a police department do our job, Armstrong will take over a department that has faced years of turmoil and criticism of her police misconduct. The city has had 10 police chief since 2003 and remains under federal oversight to reform its practices. The largest vaccination site in California, is opening up early next week at Levi Stadium, home of the 40 Niners. The site will serve on Lee, Santa Clara County residents, and it's located by light rail, bus and freeway, making it easy to get to Santa Clara County supervisors, Cindy Chavez says there are about 330,000 elderly residents in the county alone, and they plan to start with 5000 doses a day by appointment. We have a lot of work to do, and as the vaccines come onboard locations like United Stadium are going to allow us literally to save large right now. Medical workers, residents have long term care facilities and people 65 older are eligible to get the vaccine..
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"To fix the economy. NPR's Scott Horsley joins us now and Scott, these numbers sound. Very crim. How bad was this report today? Body. It was pretty bad. We saw another 19,000 jobs lost in bars and restaurants. That's on top of the 400,000 jobs lost in those industries in December. In person services have really been hammered by this winter wave of Corona virus infections. And even industries that had been pretty resilient up till now, like construction and manufacturing also solve some job declines in January. Even the tepid job gains we saw on the whole last month may have been artificially inflated by some seasonal adjustments. So the real picture maybe even weaker than these numbers would indicate. You, congressional forecasters said earlier this week. It could be 2024 before we see a full jobs recovery at the snail's pace of job growth we saw last month it would take a lot longer than that. We heard earlier, President Biden acknowledging that road ahead. How else is the White House responding? The president and his aides say This just underscores the urgency of passing the big aid package that Biden's been pushing. There is some skepticism from congressional Republicans and even some Democrats who think that another $1.9 trillion is overkill, especially on top of that $900 billion that was approved in December. And the three trillion or so that was approved last spring. But the president said again today he is determined to go big. A lot of folks are losing hope. I believe the American people looking right now to their government for help to do our job to not let them down. So I'm going to act. I'm gonna act fast by this, said he would prefer to act in a bipartisan manner. But he's prepared to push the package through Congress on a party line vote if necessary. And both the House and Senate have been laying the groundwork for that this week with budget resolutions that would allow Senate Democrats to sidestep the GOP filibuster and passed by this bill with a bare 51 vote majority in the Senate. Are there any areas of compromise? Well, yes, the president has said he's open to some modifications. One example is direct payments. Biden wants to send $1400 payments to most Americans. That's on top of the $600 payments that were approved by Congress in late December for a total of 2000, which is something Democrats campaigned on. There is a group of moderate Republicans in the Senate who would like to scale that back. They proposed $1000 payments to a smaller group of people. Biden has said he won't budge on the $1400 figure. But he is willing to adjust who qualifies for the money so it would be more targeted to low and middle income families. And not so many people earning six figures and up Speaking of which, what about the minimum wage of $15 minimum had been a big part of Biden's platform. There seems to be some resistance among some members of Congress. That's right. We have seen some opposition in the Senate in particular to raising the minimum wage, especially at a time when so many businesses are hanging by a thread during the pandemic. Biden and his team say they are still backing the $15 minimum. Although this is you know something they've been pushing for years. The White House's is marketing as pandemic related. They are highlighting the low wage grocery workers or home health aides who have kept punching the clock during the last 10 months or so at some personal risk, And they say those workers deserve more pay. It's still an open question, though, of this is what whether this is something the Senate could do on a 50 vote margin, increasing the looks as though Congress may take up the minimum wage as a separate standalone measure. That's NPR's Scott Horsley. Thanks for your reporting, you're welcome. The Oscar Emmy and Tony Award winning actor Christopher Plummer has died at age 91. He is best known for playing Captain von Trump in the sound of music, but our reporter Jeff Lunden, says he was much more than that. Let's get this out of the way. First man singing the famous Rodgers and Hammerstein tune it'll vice in the sound of music is not Christopher.
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"We've tried to approach the tough topics difficult issues of the day with a little of the Of what they call it levity humor. That's it. That was the word. It's hard word. That's the word I was looking for. About 1/5 of Jack helps as well. Sometimes, yes, kidding. Just 1/5 just 1/5. Senate impeachment trial likely ending in acquittal, The Democrats may have to settle for century President Trump Democrat Tim Kaine is now Floating that idea, Jim paint. Speaking of alcohol. No forger already talked. What time are we voting? Is it hot in here? Apparently Trump celebrated with a Big Mac and a Diet coke. So again, things are going well there. He's all upset. Pamela Anderson recently married her bodyguard. Then Hayhurst in an intimate ceremony. This is husband number five. I was gonna say now That's first time limit on that they're planning a spring divorce. That's what we're hearing. I'm just gonna say 90 days or less on sadly, Cloris Leachman passed away. Yeah, At the age of 94, the Oscar Emmy award winning group, Huh? Yeah. Frankenstein. She played Phyllis Lindstrom on the Mary Tyler Moore Show. It's where she made her. Claimed the family and she was on dancing in the starch is about 10 years ago. First might have tried so well, Mr They're all the really great actors of our day Or just gonna slowly going away. Gone funny. Not many behind me there. Yeah, you're right about that. It was who was the greatest actor or actress? Today. Tom Hanks on which you say Tom Hanks, some would say, uh, Meryl Streep on the female sign. I'm like Charlize Theron. I'd like Denzel Washington. I think he's like him to act, so he's got a new movie coming out. I think I'm in serious are Shelly's thrown that the scope is amazing to take a look at her body of work. Wait a minute. You think it was his body? You know you're using a scope to take a look. Your body? What did you just say? I'm not look. You take a look at the monster, for example, and compare that to some of the glamour roles and compare that some of the actuals She is really broad, broad scope. She too loves a fraud. Yes. Wow. There's a lot of other things that knickers roll. When you're digging yourself a hole is to stop digging. Stop. Put the shovel down. Walk away quietly trying.
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"This is to arrest all those who stays the insurrection on Capitol Hill, the massive scale of the probe becoming clearer. Homeland security, issuing a rare urgent bulletin warning. Right wing militants and Lone Wolves may target elected effect and government facilities and were emboldened by the January 6 Capital Ryan. ABC is Pierre Thomas. President Biden's new covert 19 task force held its first meeting. The task force says it's confident it can turn the US around from its current path of high transmission and high death tolls. One way they say they plan to do that is to up daily vaccinations. But members of the task force do say that they expected to be months before everyone who wants a shot can get one. They also say it's essential for Congress to pass funding to complete Biden's plant. ABC is marked Rima Lard with Anthony Blinken on the job of Secretary of State's, The administration is placing at least temporary holds on multiple big ticket weapons sales to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Blinken also says they've started a comprehensive review of U. S and Russia. Relations. Apple is urging iPhone and iPad users to update their operating systems to correct security flaws that may have been Apple says actively exploited by hackers. She was an extremely funny and talented woman. Oscar and Emmy winning character actress Poorest Leachman died. She want a best supporting actress Oscar for Her role in The Last Picture show also appeared in three Mel Brooks movies, including an unforgettable Turn and Young Frankenstein. I am Paul Brujo. Cloris Leachman want an Emmy for portraying Phyllis Lindstrom on the first five seasons of the Mary Tyler Moore Show? Her longtime manager say she died in her sleep. Cloris Leachman was 94 You're listening to ABC News. Arizona's new station, use station K T a R on hair 92 3 FM online at K t a r dot com and streaming Live on the KTs are new, zap your breaking news and traffic. No, it's 10 02. Good evening. I'm Deborah Dale. And here's our top story. Mohsen favorite, police say I buy that passes unanimously, Maricopa County supervisors agreed to an audit of the county's voting equipment with no evidence of election fraud in the county. The board believes this audit will help build confidence in the system. We know that there's a lot of misinformation about this election director of Election Day in emergency voting with the Maricopa County Elections Department. Scott Jared describes the audit as a multi layered, robust process from two independent firms review that it's not susceptible to hack and that it wasn't hat during the November 2020 general election. Also review that there's no malicious software or hardware that's installed Ventnor Katya Our news coronavirus in Arizona, Arizonans are struggling to schedule their second dose of the covert 19 vaccine. But health services director Hera Crystals are Mike Broom head. They can get the booster 42 days after the first shot. However, if you go past that there is no maximum interval. You will not have to restart this series over. She says. Those experiencing frustration should be getting emails and follow up calls to address technical issues and appointment availabilities. Coronavirus case and death rates are finally dropping in Arizona. But better health's chief clinical officer says our state's still leads the nation in transmission. Dr. Marjorie Vessel says the state's recovery from the holiday surge is taking a long time. Haitian, Karen or hospitals has not yet returned to a state that I would define as usual and customary, and I would caution you against celebrating too early as we slowly work our way out of this difficult, Serge Better hospitals have administered 100,000 Corona virus vaccines, but Dr Best, SEL says. They could use a lot more. I'm happy to say that we continue to see an improvement. More good news on covered 19 hospitalization. There are now 59 coronavirus patients hospitalized that Valley Wise Health Medical Center in Phoenix, down from an earlier peak of about 90 patients, however, believe that we still have risked Valley Wise helps Chief clinical officer Dr Michael White warns. If one of these more infectious or contagious variants of the virus worked to enter the State of Arizona are here within miracle, but county we may see a surge, he says. That surge of covert 19 patients could happen in March. Griselda City No que ta Arne on now for a check on traffic live from the Valley Chevy dealers. Traffic center. No crashes reported on Valley freeways or Main streets. Weather wise, we're heading to a low tonight a 44 up to near 70 Tomorrow, sky's turning cloudy right now. 54 degrees in Phoenix, whether brought to you by Howard Air whether replace a repair of call Howard Air. Deborah Dale on Arizona's news station. K T A R news. It's a new year. Phoenix and if you hate the paint, do what your.
Cloris Leachman dies at 94: 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' actress won Oscar, Emmys
"Woman. Oscar and Emmy winning character actress Poorest Leachman died. She want a best supporting actress Oscar for Her role in The Last Picture show also appeared in three Mel Brooks movies, including an unforgettable Turn and Young Frankenstein. I am Paul Brujo. Cloris Leachman want an Emmy for portraying Phyllis Lindstrom on the first five seasons of the Mary Tyler Moore Show? Her longtime manager say she died in her sleep. Cloris Leachman was 94 You're listening to ABC News.
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"Okay. We're back back to those names. They uncovered it. Turns OUT HOCKEY COACH? Rick was taking bets from a ton of NHL players and also taking some action from his head. Coach's wife wrapped up in all of this was Wayne Gretzky's Lebanon Lady actress. Janet Jones and my favorite thing about this before her name came out the New Jersey authorities. Kinda like teased it and said that a movie celebrity had made bets with the ring and then it was revealed to be Janet. I did like a quick little search. Let's I really WANNA know movies celebrity. What movies Janna is famous for roles like dancer in the nineteen eighty two production of Annie or or Pitcher in a League of their own? She was also in Police Academy Five. Why wouldn't they teaser? As a very famous sports figures wife and that would also be intriguing. Shor shor you know what they wanted to give her the most famous hockey player all times way. Maybe these guys are feminist. And they wanted to be like. Hey let's jam off Wayne Gretzky's wife. We're going to call her jam. Miss Janet was putting some Monday down. It said that she put down over half a million dollars in bets with hockey coach. Rick One Point. She spent one hundred thousand dollars on that fateful thousand six super bowl. I was just talking about including a five thousand dollar bet on the coin Toss Class. A lot of people love. I love betting on the coin. Toss myself she shit right. Oh Matt so hence why? They had to accept. We never did it on hockey because our girl could be you know. Get in there with her coach husband and be like maybe throw this game. I still think it's bullshit because if they said that the bet on hockey than they would probably have to go and be like. Oh my God. It'd be it's bigger of a mass correct. I still don't believe that they didn't but they probably really tried to protect that. Or maybe the NHL. That I don't know so hockey coach. Rick was flying out to New Jersey to face charges. And while everyone's waiting on a statement from Janet Jones Gretzky which by the way is terrible it needs to either be Janet Gretzky Jones or Janna grits and not Janet Jones Gretzky. It does not yet. And if you're going to be a famous movie actress you have to have a name that flows. Yeah while all this shit down Wayne. Gretzky was preparing to go and coach candidates hockey team at the two thousand six Winter Olympics. Which was just a few days away from when all of this stuff was just erupting so all eyes and reporters are looking at him now. He's speaking to media talk about his team at the Olympics. They're asking him. Why famous movie actress Janet Jones spending all of his money. You know they're probably asking did you know. Did you know back in the United States? Yeah so wait. He is very famous and just beloved. He can do no wrong but this looks a little dicey. Not only is assistant coach. Rick his right hand man but his wife sending hundreds of thousands of dollars. And I'm sorry this is GonNa Sound Shady. But the last time she worked was nine years before this share and it was probably a beverly hills cop five or whatever I said. So that's Shitty. It's a low blow but it just doesn't add up. You know yeah totally. There was apparently some article and the Newark Star Ledger. Ever heard of it. That was like we have secret. Phone calls that prove Wayne knew all along but nothing ever came of that. Maybe it was the same tipster so Wayne. Gretzky continually denies knowing anything. He said he absolutely did not have replacing bets for him. I could imagine that I put a little strain on their marriage. They show married. They are it feels like if he didn't know I dunno then maybe they should get it worse because talk but layers no way I get a super-rich and loaded but half a million dollars you're gonNA notice. I would assume there's no way dude Wayne didn't now. Yeah she does some other stuff besides acting that I just don't know about that. She's getting her own. Shoot the money but we made seven million dollars playing pitcher in a League of their own he keeps getting asked for his statement and he basically just says his wife is his best friend. He loves her. He also sticks up for hockey coach. Rick which is a great guy and the whole thing is sad and like I was. That Wayne was off the hook. They just let them go. I think he likes sense like on beloved. If I say the right thing they're not gonNA WANNA dig into this anyway because then it's like bringing down like the icon of icons all my God. If they found out that they were betting on hockey and hockey assistant coach and head coach was involved. Also this was coming off of the year I believe two thousand five was the year that NHL was on a strike. So I came back in two thousand six and then this hit the fan like I can totally see the NHL just like completely trying to cover this all up which is probably why buy them. So St James's ultimately charged with conspiracy promoting gambling and official misconduct and he pleads guilty to everything he sentenced to five years in prison and he cooperated big time obviously so they shaved down a sentence but he also had to forfeit seven hundred thousand dollars in cash and give up his house entire home. Wow so hockey coach. Rick pled guilty to similar charges. But since he was a first time offender like I was when I saw that perfume from hollister he was only ordered to serve two years of probation. No forfeiting of anything. So how do you go to Rick? Got To keep his rolexes all forty thousand of them so he's probably has a better lawyer. Yeah I'm sure like Wayne Gretzky Aka. The great one just three. I can help. Rick find a a great one lawyer so sidebar speaking of ex-lawyer. He was always so mad. The investigation was called operation. Slapshot he said in court that it was aimed at rick to make it sound like he took bets on hockey can sound dirtier than he was but to be honest. Outrageous laughter is a sick name and shut up lawyer of people. This is cool. Yeah and our girl. Famous movie star Oscar winner. Janet Gretzky Jones Got Away. Scot free remained. Well I've given her a new life as well as the twelve unnamed. Nhl Players and coaches. Who were said to have placed bets in the ring? Nothing happened to our girl. Nada Zippo unlike the National Football League. The NHL does not ban players from betting on team sports as long as it's not hockey or associating with gamblers weird because it was illegal back then. I don't get that also like weird. Yeah how are they exempt? Okay and it's worth mentioning that no one talks about the Philadelphia crime family like in this. It goes away fort. It just goes away like Tony. Soprano makes everything and said just go away in February two thousand eight two years after this entire thing hockey coach Rick was reinstated into the NHL. Polat to whist welcomed back with open arms by the great one Wayne Gretzky. He didn't go right back to the coyotes again though he bounced around a few different teams assistant coaching for a while. But before this scandal everyone always knew he was being groomed by Wayne to eventually take over as head coach spot on the coyotes the team. They had coached together when this was all going down. So flash forward to two thousand seventeen. He signed with the coyotes to become head hockey coach. Rick and he still has that job. Todd Day isn't that creon. Meanwhile State Trooper James. Oh he's still without a plasma. Was he up to you know fired he he might not be fired so. I don't much empathy for State Trooper James but I always. They've done already. Yeah so back in two thousand one hockey coach. Rick was hockey player. Rick and played for the Philadelphia Flyers that year in the media guide that they hand out. Guess which movie rick listed as his favourite Elliott their own any the Godfather. Oh cells all healing prophecy. Oh my You it's so funny because it's all about the mob for you right now i. I'm obsessed with the mob like honestly the Philadelphia Crime family was like a small tidbit in that story and I blew it up to be. Everything is such a great story. I have so many questions being actually. Do you even believe Wayne Gretzky. Do you believe that he was involved at all? Not even a little bit like not even like I hear and get like this man literally has dubbed the Great One. He's considered the greatest hockey player of all time. He's in the Mount Rushmore of Canadians. Right. Oh absolutely. He's number one probably. Yeah so it's like that thing it's like a you know it's a version of how like people ultimately really couldn't get into like. Jordan's gambling because they're like we just need to idolize Jordan Times twenty right if he was my hockey coach and this was all going down. Not only do I already idolize Wayne Gretzky but right I would think this is Kinda of gangster in cool because you looking lane. Grassy kind of looks like Dorky Helix Dork and then all of a sudden it's like Oh whoa wait. You're participating in a gambling ring behind all our backs. Okay kind of it. I don't like that thing that husband's left like I feel like it's what happened in that college. Admission scandal where William H macy was like. I had no idea that felicity Huffman was. You knew and so it's like if I think it would be so much cooler have been. I agree so much cooler of him to be like. Yeah I knew and we weren't betting on hockey so it didn't really occur to me. Maybe hold on hold on hold on. Is Janet Jones? Oscar Emmy Tony. Winter actress hero of this story. Because maybe she actually. She's the one that's like standing in for him because if it was him that got in trouble totally diminish his like his yeah Agassi he would get in so much more that coach she was like all take the heat. I'm sure that she was over. Story Janet my girl. Wow also my new way too. And that's why they say married because she's the one she took the fall she took the heat. It's like the way people do things in other. Of course. Famous people is do things and other people's names. Yeah also. Do you think that I mean it's interesting to me because sports gambling in like my world is such an a normalcy now and it's becoming more legal in the United States and it's just becoming more of a norm so for this to be so scandalous and for them today so much money taken and for them to spend for state trooper? James spent five years in prison. Like wild to me. Do you know what it makes me think of. It makes me think of how just now marijuana dispensaries were considered essential businesses and there are people literally sitting in jail for smoking pot. One thousand percents even think of fuck in crazy wow. I don't know why it was such a big deal back then. Like maybe it's because they didn't have like strict enough laws so that people like hockey coach. Rick were involved. I mean I get like. They obviously cannot bet on their sport that they partake in but like why is it that big of a deal? That there yeah. I just don't get why it was so illegal in so frowned upon. It's crazy but what a crazy story isn't it nuts? I love these stories because I feel like I mean listen. I don't know what those that scarf. Oh family did. Is that their name? But outside of that I feel like no one really got her. But it's like fun. Say The list. It's like people want some money. People lost some money. Sure it's some people bought some Rolex watches. I actually feel like the hidden piece of this. That's like the most scandalous to me is what state trooper. James spent this money on and the volume..
"oscar emmy" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"The and welcome to another episode of the Trivia with Buds podcast. I'm your host Ryan Buds. Thanks so much for checking out my shell. You like pop culture. If you like movies Music Television Video Games comic books etc you're in the right place and you should hit subscribe so you never miss an episode every single day on whatever device you listen on. I may trivia host in southern California. I never shut up about it and you can go to my website Trivia with buds dot com to see all my live events of which there are about twenty a week to play. Were you pop culture Bingo down here around the area as well as Trivia got a great episode from Luke McKay in Australia about Australians in Hollywood he sent it to me today. Sermon record it and you guys can play along with it in just a minute before we get to that. I'm going to do a couple of these popcorn. Pass the popcorn movie guessing games so I'll give you some clues for a movie and I'll give you the year and the genre action movies actually so here is your first guessing game of this episode. The movie is an action movie from one thousand nine hundred nine stars are Mike Myers and Heather Graham. There are characters in this movie named Dr Evil Felicity Shag well and fat bastard and a plot point written on this card says a diabolical genius uses a time machine to return to the nineteen sixties to try and defeat his nemesis say charming spy. One of the quotes from the movie is I've lost my mo Jo. Give me a second to figure that out of course it's a pretty popular movie. Austin Austin powers the spy who shagged me a movie that I laughed really hard at when I saw in the theaters twenty years ago holy cow twenty years ago for that movie that's insane. Here's the other side of the car nineteen ninety-one Action Movie Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton John Connor and T. One one thousand or characters in this movie plot says a robot tries to kill a boy destined to be a leader while another robot tries to protect him and a quote from this movie is hostile Astle Avista baby of course that would be Terminator Two Judgment Day Movie. I've never seen all the way through. I need to sit down and watch it so there's your two little quiz cards from this past. Ask The popcorn game. Whenever you leave a review on Itunes or you send me your address in the snail mail? I will make sure to send you really cool stuff. Sometimes they mail out stickers with the logo for the PODCAST. Sometimes I send out little trivia cards just like those I just read to you. Sometimes they Sunday Shark NATO headshot autograph just for you. The possibilities are endless and and if you like it and stuff in the mail think about joining our Patriot page that's Patriot dot com slash trivia with Buds Luke McKay who wrote the questions today. He is a member of the Patriots page and he gets. It's cool stuff every single month things like our. DVD Club are available for fifteen dollars a month in your donations and I'll send you a different DVD to watch every month with a few questions on it for homework. We also have a T shirt and apparel club why Sunday different thing like my friend managerial who just got some goonies socks and I've actually it yet to give those to him but they're in my car and we have to record a podcast episode soon manny so those are on the way so very cool stuff if you like the show and we are up to fifty two patriot subscribers so if you know anybody who loves the show must throw a few bucks to get some cool stuff think about doing it and also an easy way to get a shoutout about your business business or your podcast or what have you is for just ten dollars a month. You get a shout out over on the Patriot and page and on the live recordings the recordings like I'm doing doing right now. Guys thank you so much for listening to the show and enjoy these eleven questions from Luke McCain Australia and Australians in Hollywood here. We you go all right question number. One as I just started recording this I just heard one of my kids. Dump out what sounded like a cabinet full of China China. I don't know what is going on in my house right now and I don't usually go what's going on but at the sound effect they just heard was so cartoonish. I feel like I'm in a looney tunes movie of of Sorts Number One here we go Australians Hollywood by Luke McCain which actor holds the Guinness World Record for longest career as a live action Marvel Superhero WPRO question number one which actor holds the Guinness World Record for longest career as a live action marvel superhero great first question number one question number two arguably Australia's most famous actress Nicole Kidman was actually born in which country question she number two arguably Australia's most famous actress Nicole Kidman was actually born in which country number two question number three Chris and Liam Liam Hemsworth have an older brother he is probably most well known for roles in Australian Television Shen. HBO's Westworld Cameo in Thor Ragnarok. What is his first name? I'll give you hint his last name is also Hemsworth but what his first name Chris in Liam's older brother question number four for which film did honorary the Australian Russell Crowe when the Academy Award for Best Actor Number Four Russell Crowe on the Academy Award for Best Actor for which Film Question Number Five Cate Blanchett became the first person to win an Oscar for playing playing another Oscar winner. which famous leading lady did she portray number five Cate Blanchett became the first person win an Oscar for playing another Oscar winner her? which famous leading lady did she portray? That's a great question and something I never thought about number five question number six Sam Worthington start as paralyzed marine in which two thousand nine blockbuster number six Sam Worthington start as paralyzed marine in which which two thousand nine blockbuster question number seven rebel Wilson has done her share ear of singing onscreen as fat amy and the pitch perfect franchise she is also set to star as Jenny any dots in what upcoming musical musical what musical we'll have rebel Wilson playing jenny any dots number seven question number eight which actor has won the triple crown of acting. That's an Oscar an emmy a Tony but is perhaps best known for starring in five film Disney Franchise Number Eight which actor has won the triple crown for acting Oscar Emmy and Tony but is perhaps best known for starring in a five film Disney franchise question number eight earn questionable nine the this actress never rehearsed with her onscreen love interest for two thousand sixteen film as directed by David as director David Air felt it would add to the unpredictability and madness Nisa characters. Who are we talking about their number nine? This actress never rehearsed with her onscreen. Love Interest for two thousand sixteen film as Director David Air felt felt it would add to the unpredictability and madness of their characters question number ten this late actor when the First Post Humus Academy Award for best actor in a supporting role who wasn't number ten. This late actor won the First Post Humus Academy Award for best actor in a supporting role. Who are we talking about their number ten any bonus number eleven three Australian stars have played major villains in the marvel cinematic universe who are they in? which movies did they appear in? ooh That's a tough question number eleven three Australian stars one of which was mentioned earlier in this quiz two of which we have not mentioned. I'll tell you that have played major villains winds in the marvel cinematic universe who are they. which movies did they appear in? That's the end of Luke's Australians in Hollywood. We'll be right back in just a second with the Hollywood answers. We are back with the answers to Australians in Hollywood. Let's see how many of these you got right and wrong courtesy of Luke McKay number one which actor hosts holds the Guinness World Record for longest career in a live action marvel superhero. That'd be Hugh Jackman Hugh Jackman is Wolverine is the longest running owning marvel live action superhero actor Combo number one number two arguably Australia's most famous actress Nicole Kidman was actually born in Hawaii. That's a fun in fact the US OF A. That's old Nicole Kidman number three Chris. Liam's Liam Hemsworth have an older brother. His name is Luke. Luke Hemsworth has a quick cameo in Thor Ragnarok number four for which film did Honorary Australian Russell Crowe Win the Academy Award for best actor that was gladiator number four gladiator over over twenty years ago. I think number five Cate Blanchett became the first person to win an Oscar for portraying another Oscar winner. which famous leading lady did she portray that was Katherine Hepburn in the aviator aviator totally forgot she was in that the aviation that's crazy movie number six Sam Worthington start as a paralyzed marine in what two thousand nine blockbuster that's Avatar Avatar Avatar a movie that I thought looked pretty cool when it came out but only watched once number seven rebel Wilson has been in the pitch perfect series singing but she's also also gonna be in cats? The upcoming cats reboot with her character jenny any doubts. I can't imagine I'm going to sit down and watch this movie but maybe I will real drunk number eight which actor has won the triple crown of acting Oscar Emmy Tony but his best known for a film Disney Franchise that would be geoffrey rush. WHO's in the pirates of the Caribbean movies Geoffrey Rush Number Nine? This actress never rehearsed with her onscreen. Love interest in the two thousand sixteen film and that was a courtesy of David eyres idea talking about Margot Robbie Margot Robbie from suicide squad did not get to rehearse with the joker whatever his name is number ten. This late actor actor won.
Emmy nominations are out and HBO is back on top for now.
"I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Matt Bellamy of the Hollywood reporter and Bat obviously the Emmy nominations came out this past week and my first reaction was really to admire the wealth of material that is so oh good and you know the academy. The television academy has been paddled in the past for the sort of reflexive conservative re-nominating modern family teen times not that there's anything a great series it but got to the point where it seemed crazy just keep nominating and over and over again this time there is some really fresh interesting shows and actually some formidable matchups yeah I mean I think a lot of the headlines that came out of the Emmy nominations were based on game of thrones getting a record thirty two nominations but if you look deeper there are a lot of nuance shows like fleabag getting into the comedy race killing Eve in the drama race bowl shows from phoebe waller bridge if you look. Ed Shits Creek which is a word. I don't know if we can say on the radio <hes> but it is spell with a C. H.. In two TS <hes> that's a show that has been on for a number of years and not gotten much attention but the ground swell of love for the stars Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara got popped T._v.. Its first emmy nominations and there's a lot of Nice little narratives like that yeah I I was late to the Shits Creek Party. Yes it is going to say that word and <hes> benched it on Netflix like so many people I was like Oh look what I found on Netflix when really pop would probably like to assassinate me for even saying that except be really can binged on Netflix and it's pretty great. I'm also really impressed by the very high impact series that ran. They're not in the same category we have the R Kelly series from lifetime in the in one category up against <hes> Leah Remedies Scientology series and weirdly comedians in cars. I mean very very very different kind of material. Anthony Bourdain also is going to be I think for a lot of people an emotional choice but that r Kelly dock as we know he's imprisoned or Kelly right now and I think a lot of credit goes not only to Jim de regardless the journalists who pursued. Him For so long but Dream Hampton and lifetime for doing that series and if you look at the authorities who arrested r Kelly they specifically cited that Docu series as being the thing that opened there is to what was going on and if I'm lifetime I'm looking at that and saying wow that should be our emmy materials because this is the best advertisement you could get for winning. An award is that there's real world impact. You might think that the H._B._O.. Series leaving nevertheless would be in the same category with the R Kelly but it's not <hes> and it is up against you know things that are so diverse in and you know again. This is golden age in many ways some of the stuff I mean minding the gap and this points to the confusion. What's a T._v.? Show what's a movie mining. The gap was an Oscar contender this now also an emmy contender. That's happened before in the last few years and it's it's confusing and in the same category you have you know Jane Fonda Series and <hes> thing about Gilda radner and the it's it's a very <hes> odd set of. Things to be competing with each other but talking about cultural impact. I think you know I don't even know if we can measure what the impact of that series was but I think it was huge yeah. The breath of the nominees is one of the reasons that H._B._O.. Oh really clobbered Netflix this year. If you remember from last year the big narrative was at after seventeen years netflix finally overtook H._B._O.. As the top nominee at the emmys this year no such luck now obviously game of thrones was a big reason and for that but even if you take out the number one nominee on both of them game of Thrones H._B._O.. And when they see us the central park five miniseries on Netflix H._B._O.. Would still be the winner this year and that might be the Swan Song. I think in the future is going to be really difficult for H._B._O.. To compete with what Netflix is doing now. We're seeing the output of H._B._O.. Increase via this new streaming service called H._B._O.. Max that was announced last week but in the short term Netflix Netflix is really focused on winning awards and they are green-lighting things with an eye on whether they can win Oscars Emmy's so for the foreseeable future. I predict the emmy champion is going to be Netflix but it's going to be a nice party this year.
"oscar emmy" Discussed on Blerd Empire
"I want this case done. The lives mean nothing and that's why the fourth number four he had the most dams. I think done in prison yeah for one who went to support his France episode for is literally just about Corey Wise's journey from when he was convicted and being in jail to getting out and pretty much summing up how they finally became aim <hes> what David exonerated five <hes> where one two and three I if you haven't seen it definitely watching we wanna give away everything but it's about the collective struggle between everybody but episode four or Corey Story Corey and in my opinion bay should they should create a Oscar me Oscar Emmy surgical this asking me asking me for Eva driven a day and for round your own Durell J._J.. That it's nine very odd that you see someone completely shatter a role in every positive possible way and Mike he literally embody the body he took us there. He took us there bodied the character and just you. It was amazing something if you haven't seen it. It's really just something to behold. No here's now. Here's a curious thing we just inaugurated. His movie was right well. These brothers work again the this is where I'm saying where white actors they get a roll like this they could have moved back or something like this and you're saying it was a claim claim why some amazing never seen before and they went on become stars and more. It's that <music> out there for this project. This I change is called Thi this project this epic thing that she did. What will the do for these black actress or do you go back to man? I hope I can work again. That's crazy bureaus are I just looked up giro's I._M._D._b.. I'm glad you ask that question. I was like what's the next thing he's doing. He's doing a Japanese movie called bow our bow and it's Scott like six characters in there. I think there's some students shooting it in this could totally be just his choice. I'm like it and then there's no. There's two more like student things that he's doing twenty nineteen to where he could just be helping his friends but to what you're saying like why is the I._M._D._b.. As like a these are things of what he may have coming but I would say maybe for him. What would be the comparable to see your brokeback mountain? He actually was in why think the first role that Kinda got him on the scene was moonlight who might was critically acclaimed one of the Oscar for best movie and so now he's gone on to do this so I think. It just film another black film okay Hollywood. He's winning actor yeah. He's he's. He's a great actor. You know so well you never know there. I mean a lot about a lot lot of are really elite. Top actors now kind of all started doing like them and member dens of my question. Is I have a question. They proven what they can do reason. I'd say that I remember being on Sitcom on difference. I remember us all sadness Ado why kiss Michael J. Fox go from this and they go to future they go to these projects. I said condemn Hartson at that time was as hot or hotter any young white actor come over Sitcom. I said you guys that have projects because they won't go like I know you wait. Hey man we killed on that end America's watching Okada's nice black well. I don't know I can fit him in no matter. How will they do? Yeah I mean that's that's the thing with with us this so scary go one way or the other. It's like for this. He can go from this to only doing student films or you Columbia John Boyega.
"oscar emmy" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Official logistics company of northwestern athletics. Thirty two to go hitting foul Durham. That's his fourth foul. That's what I got him with Joe and just glancing at the holiday got him with. Yes, that's four Cal Durham. Thirty two Mark Andy the other now with four thousand that's trouble for him. This whole game. He hasn't really contributed life is he said foul trouble. Most of the Jack northwestern continue to look inside. Maybe a couple of back your cuts a little harder cut on your versus Indiana's really ball pressure. Really spread out defensively. Maybe a couple of back cuts made open. This thing up. Remember the? First half the. Points off turnovers. Indiana have the edge twelve to four. It's now Indiana fourteen eleven so things have tightened up in that department. The Wildcats only at one turnover this half. Better execution as far as moving the ball. Still maybe not as good as shots as they got in the first half of maybe feast or famine turnover this time they're handled a little better that they forced a couple shots. Judy forty one percent this half Indiana fifty percent, they'd cooled off as well. But again the cats had fifty percent at fifty eight. Lee northwestern ball out of the time out. Here at home. They were twelve and six last year. AJ turtle will shoot too. How's a nice cutting something I think they need oil that back screen cut to the basket when they're spread turned his next game solid today. The second best free throw shooter in the big town, rattles. The first one in. We're tied at fifty. He's got eight points in the game. Eighty seven percent on the year. Ray j tartar coming here. Free throw. Good caps later by one fifty one fifty ten and a half remaining been a couple of changes in this case. Boy, the other Herpin salad at a bunch of ties. There's Lankford left point. He's been. Had to go saying yet. I know you. Ribs. If I did here's lag bird Hanako spits Nur top of the team here. Saad for Mike. Roberts works to the top jock block at six mcroberts off a mortgage creek opt. Agreed fires inside Morgan put it up kept up. No still up for grabs. Borgen? He the Lankford. Berth three. No, good rebound law. Why this crowd was ready to explode? If that shot went down Morgan working hard on the glass, but could not get up to go. Here's Ryan Taylor to Derrick parts swings and left. Gainesville measure up three. That's no good rebound mcroberts here. One the other night at ten and a half against Georgia Tech or buzzer. Beater was open for a reason. They don't Rutter op. No good. Mike Reid right out snatched down by. Hey, Jay, Tertre outlets for gains down the left side the fraud court met by Pfitzner into the lane. He puts what up. No good, but there's pardon for the following out of bounds. Indiana. Derek could not put it in. I can't believe darkness. Daddy thought. Had it wide open. It just kind of flipped it up too quick with as often. Green goes out bit ac-. The Wildcats Jordan ashes gonna cover him one point northwesterly fifty one fifty Ryan Taylor gets her Brita. He's been a little quiet ad and get a good job. I have. All right better. She brings it up for the hoosiers front porch. Morgan. Look robertson. Lacks words out there. Along with Tennessee. Now, there's an offensive foul bitter. Gauge got knocked backwards little bit. They might have put a little something. Back on it. Do you have a little Oscar EMMY in your in your house 'cause I think you might want to pass that along. I do think he fouled. It don't you. Maybe time is flop. Here's a here's pardon handing it off to ask. What's right side? There's gains wants to go into a posting law passed with kicked out of bounds by Deanna eight fifty two to go to the game one point northwestern league. That's versatility. When you run law in the post, and then pardon in the post get something inside Turner to throw it in twenty on the shot clock. AJ into law chased by Lanker Brexit into the lane stops jumper up. No, good rebound mcroberts. Did he had a looks to regain the lead? Here's bit ac-. At the three point line, bounces, bouncier. The Morgan low right against part. Harris. Northwestern foul called on. Jordan. I usually look if I miss it for the guy that puts up his hands and said who. We asked the only guy that gave me the old who. That is the fourth team foul of the Wildcats. Here's Pfitzner throw it away. Try to deflect the tax. They exhibit Roberts has to be down for. I think. Cap'n alive. Eight to shoot step back three legged for. Fifty three fifty. Quarter of the game for lack for guy. Got. Sixteen boy. The other app law. Law top out to ask going in pardon the catch on the baseline muscles it in Anna caps. Tie it up. Again, fifty three all seven fifty seven to go do for the eight Derek pardon with twenty points. Made that look easier spit. The other drive put up the shot. No good..
"oscar emmy" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"You get that from work with does it? Okay. Brenda Philly men. Fill him in a it has to do with acting EMMY Grammy Oscar total, that's it. Your. Very good, Brenda. Emmy, Oscar EMMY, Oscar, Miami, Grammy Oscar, and Tony and John legend league guy. He's got. He's one of thirteen members. Only thirteen members are won an Oscar for what he won an EMMY he didn't win a one loss for the song from the one that won two years ago. Okay. Yeah. He won an Oscar for that. Emmy, okay. Okay. Very very moderately interesting. Thanks so much, Jeff very very much. All right. That was Jeff's question. Here's your question, Brenda. Okay. CBS CEO, les Moonves says is out as out of the network over sexual harassment allegations his wife is the host of what CBS reality show talk. You're very good. And I would also accepted big brother. That's Julie Chen, who's not very happy today with husband less. Did you realize today, I told you this on the way and one of the moon these visas accuser is now eighty two years old the assault occurred, alleged assault eighty. Nineteen eighty four and twenty million dollars. They say they're hiring keeping him honest to consolidate is that official now that was up the air today. Megan kelly. Said that's that's not official yet. That was what he his people were putting out. I see. So the first report he was gonna get eighty million dollars. So he's married to Julie Chen, who's the the hosts hostess of the talk and big brother hostess of the show talk. Daytime big brother's a nighttime show big brother's. Yeah. Yeah. That's productive. Jeff. Here's your question. Okay. Where and what did Donald Trump junior hut this weekend? Where was he? What was he on Daily Mail his loving girlfriend from FOX? Yes. Where watching alligators somewhere, I'm sure they were saying to four seasons and shooting them from a Range Rover or something really sporting life. Now, he's he's an outdoorsman. Jeff, right. I got to criticize you on that he eats what he killed. And he kills what he eats. Yeah. I got that wrong. He eats. What he kills. Sure. Yes. There were hunting alligators. Yes. They weren't. Where were they Jeff? Probably not in the Hamptons, probably not in the Hamptons, specifically, Jeff, I'll say, Louisiana. Oh, my you're frightening. Donald Trump junior was in. It was a fundraiser Steve Scalise. The congressman from Louisiana. Okay. We shot in the softball game. They were raising money for some and he was down there when I saw her picture smiling and miniskirt pretending to hunt. Alligators Brenda your had eaten alligator. No, I never have just like chicken tastes, like chicken, really. And you kill the alligator yourself. No, I kill an alligator party. I say where they served. Some dynamite in the pond or something like that really sporting like no these guys had fled US. They were Texan Texas alligators I say the state gives out permits to go hunt, and they got some permits. So they went and Slade about three Gators. And I went to a party and riot drove a Range Rover and shot them from the car. It was a big suburban. Brenda because of your great. I think you should if you wanna eat alligator once you get in the water catch him, that'd be kind of tough. Well, used that same premise for for hamburger. If you wanna get Hamburg wrestle the cow. Yeah. Maybe actually. Oh, yeah. Wrestling, I guess the dog dog. Okay joke. Brinda, congratulations. You won this great firms. Log from soup. Patrick fifty two twenty to burn it road with a Longhorn logo. You're gonna love it or someone your family's gonna love it. Thanks so much for calling pop quiz today. Mitch being such a great guests. Thank you so much. Thanks guy. Bye-bye?.
"oscar emmy" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Q., e. d. This is weekend edition from NPR news I'm Melissa block and as we've been discussing Senator John McCain has died at the age of Eighty-one he, was well regarded in the Senate by politicians on both sides, of the aisle and perhaps none more so than his fellow Arizona Senator Jeff flake, who joins us now Senator thanks for being with us thanks for having me on I'm looking at a at a piece you wrote for for the Washington Post published today. You said you couldn't bring yourself to write that until last night What's going through your mind as you think about John McCain well I. Did I tried to sit down knowing that this time was coming I mentioned in the piece Reading my mind trying to tell my hands and longer I held off maybe there the longer. We'd have John McCain. Here nobody. Wanted to go it's it's it's tough to see that that. Boys that we all need silence what part of that? Voice that that? You're saying we all need what part of that strikes you as being profoundly missing, with his, death voice calling first ability. The voice that sees good Envoys is good and his opponents voice that stand for principle put party or I'm sorry country, above party that's the voice Are there particular parts of his his legislative legacy that that stand out, for you more. Than than others Well certainly has support. For the military we just. Passed the the non to be national defense authorization act named in his, honor we did that every year they're not many pieces of legislation these days they. We're able to do and that one is something we did every year at the distance of John McCain Well the, last piece of legislation that we. Did even after that was one that is sponsored with him for veterans courts to make sure. That, we have adequate resources for veterans. Courts around the country so his work for veterans was was really important he he's known. As a as a man. Who had a powerful temper but also powerful sense of humor and I. Wonder if there are moments of that that really are jumping out at you today A lot of I remember I wrote a piece about a. Time, when I was in the house of representatives I had challenge some parochial spending projects it was receiving a lot of grief and hope a lot of vitriol from local elected officials and newspaper editorials. And I was on a flight tears on with. John he worked his way back to where I was and a stern, look on his face and put. His finger on my chest and I thought how he's going gonna let me have it too Any any any and he said don't back down, as had they you are in the right and they will. Cover out and and it was all I needed to hear was just reassurance but yeah he did have a temper he was, certainly passionate but he was quick to forgive briefly is I'm sorry Go ahead and that's something I think we we can all learn from their very briefly in. The in, the time we have left. What when was the, last that you saw John McCain the day, before yesterday I was there just the day before, he passed so you. To get to to say goodbye I did I did and that was a wonderful to be there with a family in that. Setting I can tell you what a sweet, family he has and I expressed appreciation I hate from all of us for taking such. Good care of has an allowing him to speak out? In this last year When, his, voice was so much needed that's Republican Senator Jeff flake now the senior. Senator from Arizona Senator flake thanks so much for being with us thank you for decades Neil Simon has made American theatergoers laugh plays including. The odd couple barefoot in the park and plaza suite the Pulitzer prize and Tony award winning. Playwright died, today at age ninety one John Kelly has this appreciation. He was born Marvin Neil Simon in for forty years from the nineteen sixties through, the nineteen nineties he was the most prolific playwright. In American theatre Simon zany characters and sympathetic treatment. Of human foibles resonated with theatergoers on Broadway. Movie audiences. TV sitcom. Viewers in a nineteen Ninety-six interview with Terry gross for the impure program fresh. Air Simon said there was never any doubt what his, vocation would be I. Don't think I would like to have been anything else in life butter Ryder but I also don't think I could have been Anything else did you ever try Well. No I was too busy writing Simon, started out writing for radio enjoined Woody Allen Mel Brooks in Larry Gelbart in the early nineteen fifties on, the writing. Staff of sid Caesar TV series your show of shows Simon's first Broadway hit came in one thousand, nine hundred sixty one with come blow your horn during the nineteen. Sixty six to sixty seven season he made Broadway history when, four of his plays ran concurrently one of those plays was barefoot in the park whose opening was, attended by the legendary musical theater composer Richard Rodgers on the opening night. Of the, barefoot in the park Richard Rodgers ran up. The aisle with a beaming smile, not easily achieved with Richard, Rogers looked at Neil and said it's simply a resistible and it was Emmanuel as Enberg produced twenty eight of. The more than thirty plays Neil Simon wrote. Nobody matched Neil Simon for comedy we took him for. Granted because? We had some successes Though. Simon, said to have received more. Oscar EMMY and Tony nominations than any. Writer many critics dismissed him as a mere gag writer Howard Kissel is drama critic for the new York, Daily News. One of the things that's remarkable about Neil Simon is how extraordinarily prolific he was during the seventies, he did at least a play and movie every year you couldn't. Say that all of it was really genuinely funny and a, lot of it was really not over the years he did a lot of first rate comedy including, the odd couple which opened on Broadway in one thousand nine hundred sixty. Six the, film version premiered in nineteen sixty eight with. Walter Matthau in the role of, Oscar Madison everything you do, teach me and when you're not here the things are no you're gonna do when you come in and leave. Me little notes on my pillow told you. One hundred and fifty eight times I cannot stand little Note on my pillow We are all. Out of Cornflake Jeff you took me three hours to figure. Out that Felix Unger the couple went on to.
"oscar emmy" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show
"I get the feeling it could be could have the Russell mania rematch. On the show Charlotte versus Oscar EMMY. Okay. With that every five minutes at because you're probably gonna have Becky as your champion, the fending, the title you could Becky versus Shirley, but I would rather see Charlotte Oscar, you Becky versus somebody him back versus Naomi Imerman Becky versa. Merman again, Royal spec, then I get what you're doing to I, I understand that. But it's if you're you kind of have to set the dual brands or you have to set the brands aside for something like this because getting you're bringing fifty women. So that means there's probably going to be about a Royal some kind. So that takes out twenty twenty to thirty. So now that lease and then you're gonna have cameos you're going to have tag matches. You're gonna have other things because it's three hour issue, pay per view that they have to fill. So with everything. So it's like your head women's Memphis. Yeah. So it's like you. I feel like cross burning could be really cool because then it's, you can tease it where it's like a specially if you do across ban, ran match, doesn't necessarily have to end cleanly win. That could lead up to say, you know, immer moon moves brands, Becky lose brands. Now it's you have a few setup, but also what happens if say, Imber moon challenges for either raw or smackdown title, whatever the opposite show is she's on and wins that habit. Now, here's one run the rally versus say at remove, not yet because I feel that would be really, really obvious. I'd rather see immer built a super strong challenger for Rhonda and then let them go like I would love to see like maybe that happened at Rommel. I could see alerts bliss versus Michelle McConnell. I could. I could just I could. I wanna see more of a bitch off between the two actually. That'd be fun. Bella twins will probably get in there. Somebody I could see the pellets wins being in the battle Royal. 'cause I can't imagine that Nikki and be really wanna do whole lot with Nicky's neck millet. Oh, do they do they can do at ten minutes, do Bellas versus Iconex there you go that that south because the lake will thank you don't know about Leyland. How would he would be doing? Yeah, that's true. But I wouldn't mind Bellas versus Iconex addio came at that. That would be still fun. That'd be fun because you have that. You have this opportunity and now here's what you think. Think about this. This is going to be treated like every other paper you, right? So the TV leading up to, it's going to be flipped where the women's matches are going to be the focus, and you would assume that anyhow. Well, I mean they're already making it a focus. They're pushing it super hard already on TV. So wouldn't be the least bit surprised if yeah, TV. In the next few months is a little bit more women focus women Centric as you build to this paper view, or you set up the few to set it all up and you have women showing up like you could do cameos on Ron smackdown of different women showing up and saying, I want in especially those three weeks up where we've leading up the was once timber ends this one, it's movie month to save house. Thanks to you have now four weeks TV to Bill to this show. Yeah, you're gonna see Rhonda's in the main event segment, you're not gonna see the Roman reigns in Mehtab segments. That'd be women Centric you at a su- to promote it so spoiled. And then everything's go back to normal and I'm going to cry because it's like, but, but I'm hoping it so good. But yeah, we had a request Rhonda ver- Sony, but they're from brands that won't be bad. It will be a slow learner, but it would be his slaughter. It would be. I mean, I think Sony would. Get a good like a couple of shots in, but ultimately, I think just based on the last encounter would die. Like runaway just like, Nope, her and just that would be it..
"oscar emmy" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Yes welcome once again do the tom shilue lucio i'm your host tom shilue i hope and trust you had a great weekend i did i was tuned up politically for for most of the weekend then last night i was i was tuning it on twitter i don't watch award shows or anything like that the golden globes was on golden globes oscars emmys grammys i don't watch any these shows i'm not a fan of award shows i'm not sure white as people have to contain continue to pat themselves on the back after they have successful a movies tv shows books anything these artists they they have projects they make a lot of money than they have a accolades they get reviews people snapped their picture 'paparazzi and then they have award shows i'm not sure why they need the awards show because they've got the they've got everything else the rich their famous their praised aren't the tickets you're award do you really need a trophy so the golden globe drawn last night and that is the golden globes are the hollywood foreign press association set myers actually had a good joke at the beginning he said hollywood foreign press he said three things that you couldn't think of three things that would annoy the president more i think both sides can appreciate that joke the liberals in the audience laughed at that but i would think that people who are presidential supporters people who like donald trump would say yeah you're right about that hollywood foreign press three things obviously the president is not fond of right but that's what the tenor of the evening was as every one of these award shows is similar in their political attitude and everything else i think they're losing popularity it's kind of like the you know people talk about how the nfl losing popularity but what about the what about the.
"oscar emmy" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"A quarter of americans plan to fly while almost onethird would drive i'm sierra crawford and finally a look at what's happening today in hollywood a bad moms christmas star christon bell may be best known to the younger generation for voicing anna infrastructure but as she posted on instagram this halloween her dog order demanded they both dressed as anna's sister elsa the ice queen she did and she is so i said yes you want to be on galang anything inches i lilley collins new onscreen love is a killer the actress is set to star ian extremely wicked shockingly evil and vile as the living lover of serial killer ted bundy the movie is set from her point of view as bundy hit his dozens of murders from her zac efron stars as bundy filming is set to begin in january we must negotiate peace it works one one gary oldman his earning oscar talk for his turn as winston churchill in darkest hour and he's already assured of another honor oldman is set to receive the hollywood career achievement award at the hollywood film awards which bills itself as the first awards show of the season oldman the previous oscar emmy and sag nominee he will pick up his prize at the ceremony this sunday in hollywood i'm david daniel.
"oscar emmy" Discussed on The IVY Podcast
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"Academy award an emmy awardwinning producer brian grazer has been making movies and television programs for more than thirty years as both a writer and producer he has been personally nominated for four academy awards and a two thousand two he won the best picture oscar for a beautiful mind over the years grazers films and tv shows have been nominated for a total of forty three oscars and one hundred and 62 emmys for shows such as 24 and arrested development his latest television production empire is a favorite of both critics and fans grazers films have generated more than thirteen billion dollars in worldwide theatrical music merchandizing and video grosses beyond his exploits in the entertainment industry grazer is also the new york times bestselling author of a curious mind the secret to a bigger life a smashing success which spent four weeks on the bestseller list in 2011 the producers guild of america honored grazer with the david cells nick lifetime achievement award his accomplishments have also been recognized by the hollywood chamber of commerce with a star on the hollywood walk of fame in this fascinating conversation during an ivy ideas night in los angeles grazer recounted many illuminating and often hilarious anecdotes from his journey to the top of the hollywood food chain and opined about the important connection between entertainment and entrepreneurship please enjoy our conversation with brian grazer you're listening to the icty podcast by ivy the social university we are the grad school for life and our mission is to spark worldchanging collaborations by introducing you to the most inspiring people ideas and experiences in the world.