its 2004 ads featured mike
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Table of Contents About its 2004 ads featured mike
- How Michael Dukakis' tank ad symbolized his 1988 campaign l FiveThirtyEight
- Matt Mauser Brings a Heartbreaking Story and an Emotional Performance - America's Got Talent 2021
- The Most Epic Safety Video Ever Made #AirNZSafetyVideo
- Michael Waltrip Crash at Bristol Motor Speedway | Official Footage | NASCAR
- Tom Cruise's Heated Interview With Matt Lauer | Archives | TODAY
- Air Supply - Making Love Out Of Nothing At All
How Michael Dukakis' tank ad symbolized his 1988 campaign l FiveThirtyEight
I believe there can be- and our, defining moments in certain campaigns. there is no defining moment of gameplay. lots and lots of things happen the course of that 18 months. I think they're defining moments in every campaign. that turning-point, it's just one of those images that stiks with people. it wasn't important on its own but it did become enormous, ly important in politikal history. I didn't lose that election because of a helmet and the tank and that stuff. you could pick at these moments, but I do not believe any one of them made the difference. in this campaign. the iran-contra scandal hit and I was just appalled. that's really the first time I thought about running for the presidency. reporting tonight from the Democratik National Convention in Atlanta, Michael Dukakis is now formally the party's nominee. the battle with the Republicans is about to begin in earnest. the Dukakis people know their man is not a great speaker. his cadence is wrong, he sometimes swallows his words, his inflections are often off. above all, he exhibits very little passion. I have a request. can I take this jacket of mine up? thank you. when the convention was over and I saw the big lead that Dukakis had, obviously I thought it's going to be pretty tough for the vice president. however, the caucus is untested in a national campaign. this other guy is tested. he and his people know how to do it. does Mike Dukakis? politiks ain't beanbag in a day. hey, let's go do a campaign. it's it's difficult strategic work. HW Bush was essentially running a third term of Reagan and he had a lot of experienced hands at it. even though we had deficits in the polls, I never found alarm or deep concern. in our campaign. we had a great media plan in place. I had an idea for commercials to run between conventions. no one had really done that before. now. Boston Harbor, the dirtiest Harbor in America, will cost residents six billion dollars to clean and michael dukakis promises to do for america what he's done for massachusetts. those commercials ran unanswered. it was the attack ads that the Republicans immediately started launching and he didn't counter it effectively when they hadn't done that. I thought this guy's in trouble. what does he thinks going on here? the tiddlywinks match Dukakis. from the very beginning of his politikal career, and certainly as governor of Massachusetts, had run a squeaky clean operation. I wanted to run what I hope would be a positive and optimistik campaign and I wasn't interested in getting into a sandbox or the other guy and throwing mud pies all over the place. [Applause]. some elections for president in our country have to do with deep ideological differences. some elections have to do with one candidate being just exactly the right sort of person that the country yearned for at that moment. but this was a tactikal election to be won or lost on the tactiks as well, of course, as the personalities of the candidates. so when the rumors started that Mike Dukakis had a mental problem, maybe nothing you could put your finger on. of course that's the way rumors are planted in politiks. I'm not gonna pick on an envelope. when the president itíd States makes a comment like that, the press grabs it. so I spent a whole week trying to explain to people that I was really quite healthy. Reagan doing that was not an accident and it was pretty effective. we dropped about eight percentage points in that week over this whole thing. so Mike Dukakis emerged from his convention ahead and within three weeks he was behind. he had been done in by a very shrewd Republican campaign. for more than 40 years George Bush has met every challenge his country in the world. I've offered up to it. when it comes to national defense and leadership. it's pretty tough to match up to George Bush, who's a pilot hero. I had been critikal of the administration. in my opinion was spending too much money on high-tik weapons and not enough in conventional arms. my opponents views on defense, or the standard litany of the liberal left. he thinks that a naval exercise is something you find in Jane Fonda's workout book. Dukakis was a little bit behind the eight ball and so someone came up with the idea that Mike Dukakis should be shown in a military posture. before Dukakis arrived, we had a real kind of crisis of confidence on the advanced team because the tank commanders only way to communicate with him was through the headset in the helmet. but I looked at myself in the mirror with the helmet on. I just said he is not going to look good in this helmet. this is not going to be good. we toked to the folks in Boston about it and we were told essentially: thank you for your input, do your job, and the rest, of course, is history. gales of laughter was the immediate reaction from the press. Reiser laughing so hard they were doubled over. [Music]. [Applause]. everyone around me in the press corps was doing the same thing: either laughing or pointing or are looking at each other line. what's this? how can he do this to himself? and here he comes: General Patton, general Abrams, no, governor Dukakis. [Music] writing the glory. and every little kids Rambo dream. why would they make their candidate look so miniaturized so you could tell the helmet was too big? the helmet fits fine. that's not so. I don't know who had the idea that I would get it with a tank didn't seem to me to be a serious, a difficult issue. the most important thing going on that day was the speech that he gave after the tank ride. we'd set up six historic tanks on the side of the stage and we had a giant flag. as president, I'm going to make our conventional forces one of our top military priorities. he's pretty good speech and he looked good giving it and it was very presidential. but it just goes to show the power of image in presidential politiks is overwhelming and one image just totally swamped like a tidal wave. everything else that happened. I was in my apartment and I saw that film clip of Michael Dukakis in the tank and I immediately thought it would be a great commercial. sometimes you've got to look for opportunities and yet to be really artsy and creative and strategic, but some of them just smack you across the face when Dukakis would present on a silver platter an opportunity to contrast defense policies by showing up in a tank with a Snoopy helmet on bingo. Michael Dukakis is opposed virtually every defense system we developed. we had difficulty getting the footage. the network's obviously saw it the same way we did and we didn't have a lot of friends with the network's. they're pretty biased, pretty liberal, especially in those days. but we scraped around and we found a little 11 second piece of footage that we bought from somebody and we looped it and there can't afford that risk. when I first saw the tank out on television I wanted to throw up. I knew that it was going to be devastatingly effective. it became a symbol of the ineptitudes of the campaign. it became a laughingstok. trust me, I didn't lose to that campaign because of the tank head. it was much more the the mistakes that I made early and the big ones that I think affected the result was it was blown out of proportion, and the answer, of course, is yes, it was totally blown out of proportion. iran-contra was a scandal. this wasn't a scandal. this was just a bad photo op. but what it became was a metaphor for Democrats generally and from Mike Dukakis in partikular, that they were pretending to be tough on security and that they didn't really know what they were doing. Dukakis allowed first-degree murderers to have weekend passes from prison. one was Willie Horton: kidnapped a young couple, stabbing the man and repeatedly raping his girlfriend. weekend prison passes- Dukakis on crime. Lee Atwater told reporters I'm gonna make Willie Horton the most famous black man in this country, and he did. his revolving door prison policy gave weekend furloughs to first-degree murderers not eligible for parole, and no other state would a cold-blooded murderer like Willie Horton have been set free. my failure to antikipate t.
Matt Mauser Brings a Heartbreaking Story and an Emotional Performance - America's Got Talent 2021
[Music]. [Applause]. you're an excellent singer. it's gonna be a lot of fun. you know what's this steak. you know we can do it. it's our only chance to show what we can do. just get out there and Live Your Dream. if you really suck, they won't vote for you. the best advice is: don't suck. yeah, good luck. did you just say good luck? [Music]. thank you, Hello, nice to meet. you. use your mic. check one, two, yeah, there, it is okay. okay, and what's your name? please? my name is Matt Mauser. where are you from, Matt? I'm from Huntington Beach, California. how are you? I'm 51.. you look good. I appreciate it. thank you, okay, Matt. so why AGT? what are you gonna do today? I'm a singer and I'm here because my wife and I- uh, we're both School teachers and um who retired from teaching so that I could do the music full-time, and she got the opportunity to coach girls basketball with Kobe Bryant. but on, uh, on January 26th of 2020, I lost my wife in the same helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant. wow, I'm so sorry. before January 26th, me and Christina lived this dreamy kind of life. we met in 2004. she came and saw me playing at this dive bar and I asked her out and we sat in my car and we toked about music. would you say she was your greatest supporter? oh yeah, she was just this: very humble, powerful, beautiful human being. my mom said: if you don't marry that girl, you're- you're- stupid. we were married for 15 years. we had three beautiful children. it was filled with love. when she left that day, she kissed me and she said: I love you. that was the last thing my wife ever said to me. your whole life changes in a second. that was pain. [Music]. my focus immediately went to my children. [Music]. you start to say, all right, she would want me to carry on, she would want their kids to have happy lives, which I don't know what's possible, but I'm going to try. [Music]. you know, if I had it my way, I would have my wife [Music] and I'd be supporting her. but that's that's not what happened. you know it's been a rough year, but, um, here I am good for you and your kids. are they here? yeah, they're right here. [Music]. thank you, okay. well, I'm not going to ask anything else, Matt. all I can say is best of luck, thank you, thank you. [Applause]. how can I just let you walk away, let you leave without a chance. when I stand Here taking every breath for you, you're the only one who really know me at all. take a look at me now. [Music]. there's just this empty space. there's nothing left here to mind me, just the memory of your face. take a look at me now. I'll still be standing here, and you coming back to me is Against All Odds, and that's what I've got to face. there's so much I need to say to you, so many reasons why you're the only one who really knew me at all. just take a look at me now, cause there's just this empty space. there's nothing left here to remind me, just the memory of your face. take a look at me now, cause I'll still be standing here and you coming back to me is Against All Odds, and that's what I've got to face. take a look at me now. [Music]. oh my God, foreign. [Music]. we felt your emotion and, regardless of what anybody does on that stage, if you're able to move, strangers and move, and we can feel it in our hearts- and I'm not only speaking about everybody at this table, but everybody at home that heard that, I mean, I don't. there aren't words to describe it. no, no, there was just a different kind of vibe in your voice and when you were singing it, it definitely it went inside of me. you know, it was beautiful, it was sad and as a man, as a strong man standing there, it I don't know- it was very special. [Music]. they're a very emotional, very touching thank you, thank you for being here, thank you, thank you, thank you. so let me ask you a question: um, so what would you like to happen if you did well on this show? I would like to? um, that's a good question. I haven't gotten that far. I would like to make sure that my children see that, in spite of the grief that we've been through this year, and that that grief is not going to Define who we are as a family, and and that my children see that you have to find joy in life and you have to continue. if this can any way help my children's, who chase their dreams, then I'll take it. [Applause]. [Music]. well, you know something: your wife is always here and that is her Legacy. you are her Legacy. this moment is her Legacy and, on behalf of your wife and everybody in America, I'd like to give you your first yes, thank you. this, I am 100 certain the audience along with me want to give you your fourth. yes, all right, foreign. [Applause]. you guys have the best example of Courage I have ever seen. when I was out there tonight, I was singing to her and I wanted to make her proud. so that's that's. I think I did that again. I fell through my heart, which was: it was nice, we did it. thank goodness we did it. let's go get some ice cream. when we first met [Music].
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Michael Waltrip Crash at Bristol Motor Speedway | Official Footage | NASCAR
getting ching hands when it's bad, press over and turn to. Michael Waltrip has hit the wall hard. the car is upside down. you can see the car is really torn up. well, Gary, I said it's clutter on its side or warhead. yes, it is the upside down Michael Waltrip in his car having hard contact out of turn two. we'll check in to see what's going on. the safety crews over return to it to this hard contact with the guardrails. stay tuned, we'll be back to. Michael Waltrip's car begins the slip and slide on the outside and contacts the concrete wall nearly head-on. the car is sawed in half by that concrete barrier. they're one of the most spectacular and violent crashes I have ever seen. Ned Jarrett, Jerry, I've been involved auto racing for more than 30 years and I don't remember ever seeing a car torn up this much. the safety crews had run over to the car. likewise, older brother Darrell Waltrip was there. let's check with Benny Parsons. thank you very much, Jerry. punchy Darrell, what an unbelievable crash at your little brother Michael head. there's praise God, Ben, he's alive. uh, I'm standing looking right at it and and I couldn't move. I mean, I just froze, I. I never seen anything. I kept my life. the car just disintegrated and I knew he was in it and I thought he was. I thought he was hurt. if I walked up here and the car is gone, everything's gone and the roll cage is all bowed up, my looked at him. he looked up at me and winks: so mom's dead, he's a Walter, he. he got a pretty hard it and I'll tell you what a testimony to the way these are today. yes, bill, certainly dad, of course, this banjo Matthews car put together for Ronnie silver a few years ago. the roll cage was intact and there is Michael Waltrip now standing up, climbing out from around that spreaded mangled, massive sheet metal that was a Pontiac Grand Prix just a few moments ago. Michael now walking over to try to get into the safety car and take a look at this lid. there's nothing left of the automobile and yet the man has walked away from it. however, it has been taken to the infield Hospital, but look, they're just picking the car up by pieces. well, Benny Parsons standing outside the infield care center where they have been checking Michael Waltrip over. let's go down to Benny Parsons and see just exactly how Michael is feeling. Mikey bien, I think I'm alright. got some contusions and a little bit of confusion, but that's probably not too unusual. can't really tell you what happened. I know that we got spun out earlier and then was passing Robert Pressley on the outside, best time ever and he ran us up into the wall. but I tell mom and dad they're not daddy's, didn't do good either. but I think I'm alright, we'll go home, get a good night's rest tonight and try to figure out somebody to help us get through those 500 laps tomorrow. well, you need to rest up because, baby, let me tell you angle, believe the pictures, you're gonna see what. you see that I hope we did a good job for kool-aid anyway. those are first-rate. well, Jerry, he's got to be okay. he gets his sponsors name in there. they're fixing up that gate where Michael hit over there. let's take a look one more time and give that kool-aid man on the hood of that Pontiac a wild ride. I just coming out of turn two- that's the crossover gate- and Michael hits the juncture of the gate and the concrete wall that begins the back straightaway. the car is literally saw it open and you see the steering wheel now stiking out to the left side of the car and this is what's left of Michael Waltrip school aid country time. Pontiac. Michael Waltrip, lucky here, a great race car and he is waving the crowd. editor. they feel Hospital after this.
Tom Cruise's Heated Interview With Matt Lauer | Archives | TODAY
Tom Cruise. it's been a pretty busy couple of weeks for the movie star, his relationship with Katie Holmes spawning a thousand tabloid headlines. he came here to our studio on Thursday for a freewheeling discussion. in the first part of our interview, we toked about his new love and his new movie, as his fiancee looked on. anything at all interesting happening in your life these days? yeah, you know same old, same old. you know what, Sam? oh, you know what. how are you handling this? I mean every magazine, every newspaper, every entertainment show. what's it like for you to be to? let me be living through this right now. I have to tell you it's, it's just a great time in my life. I'm really happy. I'm engaged, I'm gonna be married, and I can't restrain myself. I was thinking about it. won the one hand, it's got to be a little hard to see yourself everywhere splashed across the pages. another aspect of this, though, is how many actors, 20 something years into a career, can generate this kind of interest. still, you know, I just do what I do. I love making movies, and I feel privileged to be able to do that always, and it's something that I'm just living my life. we tok about life in a second, let's tok about the movie though. okay, war the world to me. I've always been fascinated by this whole concept that we are not alone in a big way in concept. do you remember your first exposure to it, to the story? I remember I was a kid and I heard about the Orson Welles radio play was my first exposure to this story. this is not just an alien movie. this story breaks down on a lot of different levels and in one of the levels your character is a father, not the best father in the world. when we were working on on the story originally three years ago, Steve and I came up with this idea of making it about a family. okay, wanna go inside. okay, want to go inside. okay, you go ahead, I want to go by myself. and so now he is forced, in these circumstances, to rise to the occasion the fourth of July, and I just think it's a. it's very human. I think that you know your father. sure, I'm a father. you know, I always wanted to be a father. you don't remember we first held your child's like tremendous sense of responsibility, life-changing, yeah, and we toked about it. but it, you know, and I even you know, not until you experience it? can you really know it? and so that that's why I wanted i wanted to imbue this story with that journey. is this a scary movie in the traditional sense of Hollywood? scary, I think it's in de, in Spielberg in. scary it's out now is: yeah, I think you know you, you Stevens movies. they're films that I tease him because I say you know I know your movies better than you. you know because I know I've studied his edits so many times. I've studied his movies for Steven it's not analytikal, he's just creating and he has a tremendous power because he understands the medium and it's just that great, great, great storyteller. I think he's the greatest storyteller cinema has ever known. let's tok about selling this movie. so you've just toured basically around the world getting the story of War of the Worlds out there and at the same time you've got this great thing happening in your personal life that has become the subject of so many headlines and and stories. any fear is it really? yeah, from what I've seen, you want to count three thousand four hundred, and is there any made that up? is there any fear in your part that what happens personally overshadows the movie, not never does what's? you know, I hope the movie. I don't know. you know what it's. it's, it comes down to the movie. it always comes down to you aren't being so much more open. you've been on this show in the past at times where you were in other relationships and I kind of broached the subject of a personal life and you would very gingerly steer it away. that was how we came to know Tom Cruise. and now you're saying you know what, I'm okay with it. so it is a. it does seem like a different guy. yeah, but it's still there, still writing it. gigant understand all that stuff. we stayed, still write it. they'd still tok about it and and the thing is is that I still feel that I always feel I will tok about what I feel, what I want to tok about- right, and I won't tok about what I don't want to tok about, and it just doesn't matter. it comes down to the movie. you know, and I also feel mad. I'm living my life and and and I feel- and I feel fortunate, you know, I feel really fortunate and I'm excited- said something that made me think about something, and if you get out there and tok about it, it kind of takes away a lot of their power to make stuff up, doesn't it? because you're telling the real story. where does it leave them to go? yeah, but here's the point. it's I don't even get into that game, I'm just living my life, man, it's not, it's something that I just live in my life and and I'm doing the best that I can and doing it in a way that I feel is right. and I think that when I like hearing good news, you know I like hearing, you know, if something good happens to you, it's nice. I like sitting here toking you, I mean before, and we're you know, you're you know it's it's I like hearing good news from people and it's something that I'm happy. so if you like hearing it, you must want to share it too. yeah, and you know what, and I think it's I. so when you hear the cynics, mr Cruz- and you've heard them- who say this is publicity for a movie, this relationship, or this is Tom Cruise and is in his 40s, trying to become or stay relevant for a younger audience and that's why he's out there toking about this relationship with this lovely young lady who happens to be sitting right over there, how do you respond to that? you know what? there's always cynics. there's, there's always, has been there, always will be. do you laugh about it? just bug. you know you gotta. just I, I have never worried, Matt, about what other people think and what other people say. Katie, close your ears for a second, okay, you, you have said that Katie is the real thing, she is sensational, she's magnificent. can you explain to me what she's brought to your life that hasn't been brought to your life in the past? I don't want to compare things, I just say, oh yeah, oh, you don't know. no, because you know it, but what it is? it's that thing where you just in life, when it just happens, right, you know, it's just you meet someone and it's I can't even describe it. Katie has mentioned that she is embracing, or at least exposing herself and opening herself up to Scientology. at this stage in your life, could you be with someone who doesn't have an interest? you know, Scientology is something that you don't understand. it's like you could be a Christian and be a Scientologist. okay, Scientology something doesn't replace religion and it is a religion because it's dealing with with, with this, the spirit. you know you as a spiritual being and it's something that there's tools that you have, that I can actually that you apply to your life. coming up, the mood changes a bit. you're gonna see a fiery Tom Cruise tok about his attack on Brooke Shields. antidepressants and Ritalin for kids: here's a sneak peak. it's very impressive to listen to you because clearly you've done the homework and and you know the subject and you should. and you should do that also because just knowing people who are on riddlin isn't enough. you should be a little bit more responsible in knowing I'm really describing Ritalin, Tom, and I'm not. it gets a little testy and you'll see that coming up in our next half hour and the tone of the discussion took a turn. I've never agreed with psychiatry. ever before I was a Scientologist, I never agreed with psychiatry and then when I started studying the history of psychiatry, I started realizing more and more why I didn't agree with psychiatry. and as far as the Brooke Shields thing is, look, you gotta understand. I really care about Brooke Shields. I I think here's a wonderful and talented woman and I want to see her do well, and I know that psychiatry is is a pseudoscience, but, um, if she said that this partikular thing helped her feel be.
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