35 Burst results for "1975"

Victor Davis Hanson Shares His Thoughts on the Twitter Files

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:27 min | 2 weeks ago

Victor Davis Hanson Shares His Thoughts on the Twitter Files

"Significant do you see the revelations? We don't have a smoking gun of The White House telling Twitter to do something, but the evidence about the FBI, DHS, collusion with Palo Alto. Is this a big deal politically and historically? Yeah, it is. And we wouldn't know any of it if it wasn't for Elon Musk who probably take a big hit for this, at least financially, because he bought a company that was a money losing company and was overpriced, but he did it. Apparently because he wanted to expose what was happening in American social media in Silicon Valley. And remember that 1975 church committee, that was the heartthrob of the left. And they said that the FBI and the CIA had systematically robbed us of constitutional rights. But one of the things that people forget was church uncovered that at that time, the CIA was working with news organizations to promulgate direct warp the news and suppress news that didn't like. And people right now who are still active like Carl Bernstein were writing these Rolling Stone articles about we've got to support church. We've got to have free expression. You can not have the government contracting out to private news organizations to evade or get by the First Amendment in their efforts to censor people. That's exactly what's happened with Twitter.

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Sen. Frank Church Warned About Government Censorship Long Ago

The Dan Bongino Show

01:24 min | Last month

Sen. Frank Church Warned About Government Censorship Long Ago

"But I want to play this warning from senator Frank church who of course was at the helm of what is known as the church committee back in 1975 Investigating a lot of the abuses from the FBI as well as other intelligence organizations Let's listen to his warning The United States government has perfected a technological capability that enables us to monitor the messages that go through the air These messages are between ships at sea they can be between units military units in the field we have a very extensive capability Of intercepting messages wherever they may be in the airways Now that is necessary And important to the United States as we look abroad at enemies or potential enemies We must know at the same time that capability at any time could be turned around on the American people and no American would have any privacy left such as the capability to monitor everything telephone conversations telegrams it doesn't matter There would be no place to hide if this government ever became a tyranny If a dictator ever took charge in this country the technological capacity that the intelligence community has given the government could enable it to impose total tyranny

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The AP Interview: Vermont Sen. Leahy ponders his legacy

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

The AP Interview: Vermont Sen. Leahy ponders his legacy

"It's the end of almost a half century in Washington, D.C. for democratic Vermont senator Patrick Leahy, who finishes his career in January and says goodbye to Washington with a mix of resignation and resolve. 82 year old senator Patrick Leahy took office in 1975 and hopes the collegiality he once knew will return. I'm very worried if we don't get back to it. This country is going to be severely damaged. He cast over 17,000 votes, one of the first against funding the Vietnam War. You can imagine the pressure I was getting. I was told that I'd never be real elected. I thought that's the case. It's worth it. And what's he most proud of after 48 years? I kept my Vermont values and my integrity. Senator Lee, he leads office January 3rd, his successor, Vermont's democratic representative Peter Welch. I'm Julie Walker

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Get to Know Hung Cao, U.S. House Candidate for VA-10

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 4 months ago

Get to Know Hung Cao, U.S. House Candidate for VA-10

"You're running as the Republican in the tenth congressional district in Virginia which is right outside of Washington but it also stretches a bit Tell everybody a little bit about your background From Vietnam in 1975 and then we escaped there within days of the fall Saigon Came over here and my father couldn't find work over here So we had to move to Africa So I grew up I spent 7 years in Africa And while we're over there my parents we spent 7 years over there I was going to French schools and my parents realized at the age of 12 that this kid probably needs to learn English also So we moved back here My mom brought myself in my sport sisters back here while my dad remained over there for 15 years by himself working and seeing him every 6 months but I want to I grabbed on to that American Dream and I want to Thomas Jefferson high school for science and technology I was the first class to graduate from there I went to the United States naval academy I got my master's in physics from naval postgraduate school and I was a fellow at MIT and at Harvard But I paid everything back with services country I served 25 years in special operations I thought in Iraq Afghanistan Somalia I was in Pakistan during the earthquake relief I was in the Balkans I dove the ocean depth I recovered John F. Kennedy Jr. but then that's been required last October because just watching Kabul fall and seeing mothers hand babies to marines Just broke my heart I mean that's exactly what happened in Vietnam And so I decided to run for Congress Wow And how old are you I'm 51 sir 51 well you've led a full life at the age of 51 And a very patriotic

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"1975" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

05:10 min | 6 months ago

"1975" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"The 1975 and the song part of the band from their upcoming album being funny in a foreign language, which is out October 14th. It's been 5 years since we last heard the black angels and 11 years since the Austin band challenged themselves to bring their loud psychedelic sound to an acoustic, tiny desk concert, now they have a new double album coming in September. It's called wilderness of mirrors. The song I want to play is called firefly. And it features Lulu galla kani from the thievery corporation. Here's singer and bassist Alex moss to tell the tale of firefly. I'm bob boylan. For imperial music, it's all songs considered. Firefly is a song about the seductive push and pool between two lovers. It's a song about domination and sadism, but it's also a song about knowing when to submit to the pain and suffering that comes with love. My first sat down behind the organ, I was totally picturing this 60s French BDSM party vibe. As huge fans of Francois hardy and gainsbourg and Bridget barda and Francis Gaul, we knew that the song kind of needed to have this sort of seductive playful dialog between two people and that's where Lulu from thievery corporation comes in playing this counterpart. This back and forth, which we don't really do that often as a band. The firefly and the song represents the one in charge in any relationship. In fireflies are kind of these magical creatures. It kind of, they're bright and exciting and they're in your life and you don't quite understand them and then they just disappear. In relationships are kind of like that. People are like that. And by the end you kind of hear this total submission to the firefly, you're in the bass line by Jake and the guitar by Christian and Romero, guitar sounds like a factual firefly. And how he pulled that off. And that unrelenting almost hip hop drum beat that was happening in the 60s.

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"1975" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

03:55 min | 6 months ago

"1975" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"It's cursed to be a friend. And it's a curse to be your lover. I miss you more than more ever. Oh this occurs to be your friend. I wouldn't let you smile and if you want it all those times we can. Start to know the truth about us and maybe when it all goes to hell oh we can make it.

"1975" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

04:31 min | 6 months ago

"1975" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Shake me. And I don't care what people say I do it my way so long so all my fears I'm dead if I fall again. If I don't know something that I'm lost and what I can. Say I know there's a lot of signs no ones that only see their private aches all that aching. I long

"1975" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

05:00 min | 6 months ago

"1975" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"I think about you and we won't I guess I need you still important I'm always missing on you sometimes but I always take a hit even though I feel it in the remaining even though I'll say you're not important I try to get a little closer, but I still wake up with your hang on over. On my way all right until night walked across the corner I can feel you even when you're not the memories they just hang around and I saw I thought that this would be easy but I know I think about you in the morning I guess that means you're still in court and I'm always missing on yourself sometimes but I always think ahead even though I feel it in the meantime even though I say you are important I try to get a little bit sure but I still wake up with you know her. You still wake up with your hands for me. I still wake up with her you got me right here you can be like give me that you give me I'm still waking up with you and give you. You can't be right give me right here you get it right here I still wake up with your hands over.

Modern Music Doesn't Have the Soul of the Music From AJ's Youth

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:13 min | 7 months ago

Modern Music Doesn't Have the Soul of the Music From AJ's Youth

"People like adulthood to Michael Murphy make you whole again. I don't care if we can tell me. You can take Teddy Pendergrass, you can wrap them up and lose evangelists, put a sprinkle of Al Green on top of that, but nothing matches that they'll find singing, love won't make me wait. Come on. Major Harris, man. Was 1975, and I always sat in front of the TV Saturday mornings and watched soul train. You guys know this. I'm a white kid with a lily white, we called it white ice slip instead of west I said, it was white, it was black kids. There was one black kid who was half black named Ralphie Rivera, and he was adopted. That's it. I want you soul train. And my father would tell me, I'll put that shit on TV. Put on American manstein. And I lately left him on sultry. So I grew up with the sounds of the finest to stylistics the temptations that Tavares, the brothers Johnson, strawberry letter 23, are you kidding me? Carol Melvin and the blue notes, I learned to love rock and roll, but my heart and my ears began to just understand that R&B especially that beautiful soul music we heard on soul train was what really moved me. So go ahead. The next couple of nights, go to YouTube, hit some soul train episodes, go back in time, that's what it felt like to be me as a teenager and hear that music. We didn't hear about wet ass pussy. We didn't hear about shooting people and killing cops and stacking bricks. Now the new term is a ticket. A ticket means a million bucks. I got me a ticket. Shut the fuck up. All this nonsense about gangs and bitches and whores and murdered guns and money, we heard about love and heartbreak and getting the woman you love back to you. That was of the utmost importance. I don't fucking tell me that this kid's music today is just as good or better than ours because it wasn't. Our music, especially the soul music, had a much more beautiful meaning.

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Newt Gingrich Previews New Book 'Defeating Big Government Socialism'

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 7 months ago

Newt Gingrich Previews New Book 'Defeating Big Government Socialism'

"It's defeating big government socialism saving America's future This is it isn't it new it's now or never That's right And what drove me to write the book is I'm pretty sure we're going to win a performance based election because they're doing so badly in the Biden administration and the democratic Congress But if all you win is on performance that lets them come back later and say well those were just the personalities The ideas are really okay and give us another chance I mean we've been through this with Lyndon Johnson with Jimmy Carter Went through it with Barack Obama And in a sense what you have with Biden is a further left wing version of Obama and we want to we want to defeat the core ideas as well as defeating the people who have such terrible policies at a practical level and I learned this from a Margaret Thatcher who had set out to defeat socialism starting in 1975 when she became the opposition leader and she destroyed socialism as an alternative in Britain no left wing labor leader has become prime minister in 40 years And we need a campaign and this is the whole point of defeating big government socialism as a book We need a campaign that drives home this is not because Joe Biden has caught in the problems It's not because Kamala Harris has a weird laugh It's not because anyone see is just plain strange The things they believe in do not work their destructive they hurt Americans and they hurt America and we need to defeat the ideas they have as well as the policies

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 Civil jury finds Bill Cosby sexually abused teenager in 1975

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

Civil jury finds Bill Cosby sexually abused teenager in 1975

"There's a verdict in the Bill Cosby sexual assault lawsuit near Los Angeles a civil jury in Santa Monica California has found that Bill Cosby did sexually abuse a 16 year old girl at the Playboy mansion in 1975 the Los Angeles County jury delivered the verdict in favor of Judy huff who is now 64 and awarded her half a $1 million Juris found that Cosby intentionally caused harmful sexual contact with huff that he reasonably believed that she was under 18 and that his conduct was driven by unnatural or abnormal sexual interest in a minor It is a major defeat for the 84 year old entertainer who was once held as America's dad It comes nearly a year after

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Cosby lawyer urges jurors to consider only proof from trial

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 8 months ago

Cosby lawyer urges jurors to consider only proof from trial

"Cruising arguments have been made in the sexual abuse trial of Bill Cosby in California Here's what the jurors got to hear A prosecutor told jurors they should know in their hearts that Bill Cosby did sexually assault Judy huff at the Playboy mansion in 1975 when she was just 16 and that they should hold him accountable for that an attorney for the comedian told the panel to look past years of public accusations against the actor and comedian and consider only what was presented in this case Cosby's lawyers say this in the matter at hand hoth in her attorneys did not come close to proving what they call a 50 year old he said she said case Cosby did not testify in the civil lawsuit the jury did see a 2015 deposition that he gave in it he denies any sexual contact between him and huff she says however he forced her to do a sex act on him I'm Oscar wells

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'Donkey Kong defense' arises at Bill Cosby sex abuse trial

AP News Radio

01:34 min | 8 months ago

'Donkey Kong defense' arises at Bill Cosby sex abuse trial

"Could the title of a video game tilt the Bill Cosby sexual assault case in favor of the comedian The Twinkie defense the affluenza defense and now the donkey Kong defense is coming into play this time in the Bill Cosby sexual assault case and attorney for the comedian for us to key witness over her previous statements about which arcade game she was playing when she and plaintiff Judy hoth were in the Playboy mansion with Bill Cosby as teens in 1975 huff alleges that she and Donna samuelsson were playing video games in a large room with a bedroom next to it both in a 2014 police interview and a 2016 deposition Samuelson said she was playing donkey Kong Cosby's lawyers no donkey Kong did not come out until 1981 6 years later As to explain the discrepancy Samuelson answered I got the name wrong Samuelson and the jury was shown a photo of the game room that was taken in 2016 there of donkey Kong game could be seen and Samuelson was asked for the similar photos taken after 1975 could have affected her memory and testimony Samuelsson replied that she had not seen that image until the 2016 photo was shown to her in court during testimony last week Cosby's attorneys plan to argue to the jury that the discrepancy should undermine the case against the comedian Cosby's attorneys feel that if the jury believes samuelsson was lying about the title of the video game it would undercut her testimony that Cosby approached her from behind and put his hands on her shoulders and testimony from hoth that the comedian forced her to do a sex act on him A Moscow's Gabrielle

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Cosby faces sex abuse allegations again as civil trial opens

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Cosby faces sex abuse allegations again as civil trial opens

"A new Bill Cosby's sexual assault case gets underway today Bill Cosby will be sitting this one out the aging comedian to remain at his home near Philadelphia while his attorneys duke it out with accuser Judy huff in a suburban Los Angeles courthouse huth claims Cosby took her to the Playboy mansion in 1975 and forced her to perform a sex act on him she says she was 16 at the time the case will hinge mainly on her memory of the incident along with photo and archive evidence her side will present to support her claim Cosby's attorneys do acknowledge Cosby took Hough to the Playboy mansion but they insist there was no sexual assault and that huff was not a minor I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Is the Amityville Horror House Actually Haunted?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:13 min | 9 months ago

Is the Amityville Horror House Actually Haunted?

"Even though these stories of the amityville horror house being haunted or subject to debate, there is very little doubt that Ronald defeo was there for the mass murder of his family in that home. But the question still lingers, is that house really haunted. Because in December of 1975, barely one year removed from the horrifying murders, a guy named George Lutz and his wife Kathy Lutz, they buy the house, which is 4000 ft². They buy it for a reasonable sum of 800 grand. Now, George Lutz never once called the amityville police department to report any suspicious happenings, but these people quickly left the house without their belongings at the living there only 28 days. Because they swear, it was haunted, and that's what spawned the movies. The amityville horror house movies. Now, the fails attorney William Weber is a lot more involved in this fairytale or lore than you may expect. He says that George and Kathy Lutz approached him about an idea for a book and said, we created this horror story over many bottles of wine. It's all a hoax. So those of you who think it really is haunted, according to William Weber, they created this, but wait, it gets weirder. Weber eventually brings a lawsuit against the Lutz family for taking the story of the haunting to another publishing partner and he demands a share of the profits of a cool $60 million. But they settle out of court for 2500 bucks plus 15,000 for his services connected with the book and subsequent movie. Jesus Christ, did he get robbed? That's all he got? What a movie they made 60 million. Wow. So whether you choose to believe the amityville house is haunted or not, some interesting information is still out there.

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Astronaut Charlie Duke Is a Man of Faith

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:46 min | 9 months ago

Astronaut Charlie Duke Is a Man of Faith

"Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to general Charlie duke who 50 years ago today, walked on the surface of the moon. Before we go farther, Charlie, you're a man of faith. When did that happen in your life? It was not during the time that we're talking about 50 years ago was subsequent to that. Yes. It did. I get a question a lot. Said, going to the moon change your life. It did not. But I came back. I'd always believed in God. We were church doors, took our family every Sunday to our little Episcopal Church and report Texas anyway, but I was frustrated. I was 36 when I landed on the moon, and now climbed a ladder of success now what I had no peace, a marriage was falling apart. And fortunately, some people came to, in 1975, some people came to our little parish church, and they started talking about Jesus. Personal testimony. In an Episcopal Church, that's unheard of. Back then, it was okay. But not right now, it's hard. But. My wife listen intently. And she was on the verge of suicide. And this was in October 1975. And she heard these people and she realized I've tried everything in my life, but Jesus. And so after the weekend was over, she went in a bedroom prey. More Jesus, if you realize I gave you my life, if you're not, I want to die. Well, Jesus came into our life. He's alive in two months later, I watched a change from sadness to joy.

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"1975" Discussed on Marketing School

Marketing School

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"1975" Discussed on Marketing School

"Do it is use the host that Eric and I use dream host to just go to dream host or Google it, find it, check it out, and it's a great way to improve your load time. Today we are going to talk about how to build actual utility with an NFT project. All right, Eric, so you're doing the NFT project right now. We've talked about this in the past few episodes. How do you actually build utility with an NFT project? And first off, before you really dive into that, what do you really mean by actually or utility with the NFT project? Yep. So what I'll say is I would say 99% of NFT projects right now out there are a cash grab. I'm in a lot of these different telegram, WhatsApp. And these other groups signals another one, right? And oh, yeah. I messaged groups. So anyway, my point is, people check out this project each other's project. It's like, I like the art. I'm like, that's kind of subjective. So the way I invest into NFT projects, right, is I focus on ones that actually have a community aspect to it. So for example, V Fred's, you know, if you buy one, one example utility would be, you get access to his conference for the next three years, which would be a Viking stadium in May or so, right? So that would be what example. Another example would be the NFT actually serves as an access card. And it's basically the same example. I bought a Kevin rose and a few recently. And it's access card to a private Discord. He's going to have private chats. Tom Billy has one where it's going to be like quarterly dinners or whatever. So you're basically, he might access give you access to courses or the right to partner with him. So there's a lot of stuff where there's actual benefits with it as opposed to the NFT that's just kind of the art itself. So an example of NFT I have that's just art would be like the crypto punk, right? There's no utility to it. It's just like, these are one of the very first, if not the first NFTs out there. And that's why they're valuable. So that's what utility is. So how do you end up creating utility with NFT project? What is the right utility that people would love? Would want it enough where they would want to be involved in the project and potentially purchase it? Yeah. So the way we're doing it for leveling up heroes is there's three levels, right? So there's level there's a magical tier. There's a unique tier, and there's an epic tier, right? And so for the epitaph, which is the highest one, what we're doing is it's almost like think of it like a Soho house type of club or like a peer group. So we have 300 people, founders investors creators. You have to apply to be a part of it. And there's going to be three events a year that are tied to that. And the whole idea here is that everyone's getting together. Everyone's super they're doing cool stuff. People are sharing deal flow. People are learning from each other, also we're going to have other unique get togethers, or let's say I speak at an event or whatever. Maybe there's a discount or maybe I'm doing like a monthly dinner or like a quarterly dinner. There's all these benefits that are tied to it, where it's access that you couldn't get elsewhere, right? So that's going to be that here. But that's like a hard to access to. It's going to be more expensive again there. Now, we have a middle tier where this is so for the first year for people that have built something. Now, for the second tier, it's for people that are looking to build something. Like they've built great habits, they want to start a business, whatever. And the way we're doing this one is there's going to be one, two, three, four, available. 1234. Why? Because leveling up one, two, three, four, right? So one, two, three, four, and then you're gonna get a unique NFT with that one. Same thing with the first one, just a different one. And you might get access to our here's how you start a business course, and then here's all this information. There's virtual meetups. Maybe there's a quarterly meet up where like an annual meetup with these thousand people or so. So that's the second tier. Now you look at these first two tiers already. It's also a level of where you're at in life right now. Now our largest tier would be one, two, three, four, 5. So 12,345. And this is for people that are looking to build habits. They want a community of like minded people where they want to get better together. So unique NFT, you get access to the book, maybe some audiobook, and then there's like a Discord community and then I'll show up every now and then to talk to everyone, right? So it's different levels of access for different levels and depending on what you pay and all that. These are all examples of utility, but we decided to do three tiers because we don't want to just cater to one specific group. So hopefully that answers part of your question. Another question for you is how do you know if the utility that you're creating for NFT is good and people will want it, right? Because you end up launching it and it'll go off as a hit or it'll fail or it'll do mediocre. But how do you know for sure what you're thinking about from a utility standpoint will work ahead of time? Yep, that's a great question. And so the thing with the space right now, it's like the wild wild west because even with Kevin Rosen, if he kept the video very vague, it's like we're going to do going to get access to whitelist and then we'll figure out what we're going to do in the future. Maybe there's some meetups and all that. So he kept it vague. But what I've seen with other NFTs like Tom Billy's impact theory or founders key, he's got an entire road map that's mapped out, right? And so I can say from just my anecdotal experience that interacting with these communities, I do find a lot of value personally with being able to just hang out with people in person or Discord. And so that's just my personal behavior, right? And I see a lot of these other people that are in the group as well. So I think that will continue out quick because human beings want to hang out with other human beings. And last question for you, if you're going to forget you, if someone else is going to create a NFT, you've seen so many products out there. What are the three most common versions of utility that you see that people love? Yep. Maybe not most common. What are the three most loved utilities that you see people love? Yeah, so I'll use the board API club as an example. So when you have that one, it serves as a it gives you access to when I went to NFT NYC, I got into the warehouse party of the yacht party. And then now that even gives me access to mend other tokens. So it does serve as a special access card for me. So I like that part. The second part is there's private Discord groups that I may as well where people are sharing stuff that they otherwise wouldn't share outside. So again, first mover advantage for information. And then the third one, I would say is kind of going back to the board API club again. People are doing physical stuff. Physical meetups, it's like, oh, Miami base 8. You have to verify that you have an ape or else you can't go to this dinner, right? So it's still kind of plays into the access card thing. So those three would be it. And then I guess, to close it out, if you want to be whitelisted for up heroes NFT project, I mentioned that three tiers go to leveling off dot com slash hero HERO.

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Joe Biden Speaks With a Doubled Toungue on Race

The Larry Elder Show

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Joe Biden Speaks With a Doubled Toungue on Race

"Quote, I do not buy the concept. Popular in the 1960s, which said, we have suppressed the black man for 300 years, and the white man is now far ahead in the race for everything or society offers, in order to achieve in order to even the score, we must now give the black man a head start or even hold the white man back to even the race. I don't buy that end of quote. Who said that? That was Joseph robinette Biden, said in 1975 to a Delaware newspaper. I do not buy the concept. Popular in the 1960s, which said, we have suppressed the black man for 300 years, and the white man is now far ahead in the race for everything our society offers. In order to even the score, we must now give the black man a head start or even hold the white man back to even the race. I don't buy that. You know, I once

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Breitbart: Durable Goods Inflation Breaks All-Time 1970s High as Prices Jump 14.9%

Mark Levin

01:08 min | 1 year ago

Breitbart: Durable Goods Inflation Breaks All-Time 1970s High as Prices Jump 14.9%

"Adorable goods inflation breaks all time 1970s high as prices jump 14.9% over breitbart John Carney But it's okay because mister squinty eyes listen I am doing the very best I can doctor Jill over here she checks me out Every now and then I think I'm doing okay I mean wait a minute that's my that's my sister While the overall pace of inflation reached a nearly four decade high November inflation for longer lasting goods actually hit an all time high to hear this today Price of durable goods jumped 1.6% in one month only in November compared with the prior month That's from the Labor Department That would be an all time record apart from the extraordinary high monthly price hikes seen in April May and June of this year Over the last 12 months prices of durable goods are up 14.9% higher than the record annual gain of 14.4% in May of 1975

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Canon J.John Describes the Night He Received Christ

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:31 min | 1 year ago

Canon J.John Describes the Night He Received Christ

"Then this program that I'm doing with canon J John is a miracle Monday program. But even if it's not Monday, it feels like a miracle Monday program. We're talking about a lot of beautiful, important things you can and J John have a new book out called will I be fat in heaven and other curious questions. And by the way, that's a very funny cover. We are mostly radio shows so people can't see this, but if they go online, it looks like that might be you on the cover. It's his lying on a donut, a giant donut. Giant donut, a giant donut. Well, we'll leave that where it is. We were talking before about the story of the woman at the well, and then you shared with great vulnerability, your story about Amy Winehouse. And I want to talk to you about the idea that God speaks today. And there are Christians, many devout Christians who are either uncomfortable made uncomfortable by that subject or they shrink from it or sometimes they push back theologically. It's been my experience that God speaks today. It just as when I read Jesus knows these magic things about this woman, how is that? Well, it's because he is God and even if you're not God, as you are not and I am not, God, through the Holy Spirit speaks. Sometimes, to us, about other people, because he wants to reach them. He wants to blow their minds and say, see, I am real. I'm outside of time and space. I know who you are. I love you. And I want to convince you of that. So you'll receive me. You've experienced this many times. Now, did you experience God speaking to you immediately on coming to faith when you were in university as you put it? Well, I received Christ on the 9th of February 1975 at 10 o'clock. It was the moment I opened the door to use that picture from revelation three 20. Jesus stands at the door and knocks. If you hear the knock, open the door, let him in. And I said, Jesus, I don't even know where this door is. But wherever the door is, can you break the door down and come into my life? And I fell. My mind was illuminated, and my heart was warmed. But I didn't have the vocabulary Eric to articulate what was going on. But I knew something had

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Author Tom Gilson Describes How Jesus Never Used His Power for His Own Benefit

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Author Tom Gilson Describes How Jesus Never Used His Power for His Own Benefit

"Folks I'm talking to Tom gilson John's raves about his new book too good to be false. It's about the character of Jesus. Again, tell us what the subtitle is too good to be false. Jesus incomparable character reveals his reality. So you were just talking about, well, just continue from where you were because it was a very important point. Yeah. The point is that Jesus never used his incredible power for his own benefit. This is without comparing. You know, Abraham Lincoln said that nearly every man can stand adversity. But if you want to test a man's character, give him power. And you never find anyone in history or in literature who is utterly other centered on offer called him the man for others and boy was that true. He was in everything he did. It was for other people, not for himself. All the way up to his death. And his resurrection. That's I've been a Christian since 1975. And I've known since then that by doctrine, it was okay. It was acceptable to worship Jesus. But when I realized how much other center he was and how much more than I am in particular, my worship turned from a doctrinal okay to an existential necessity. I couldn't help but fall to my knees and say you are my God. So much better than me. So much better than me. If you don't understand that, see, that's the whole thing. It's like, I think that evangelicals of certain stripes have made it an intellectual ascent. And if its own intellectual ascends, you really have to question if it's real if it counts. If you don't, if your heart doesn't break for who he is and what he has done, do you get it? Do you really get

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"1975" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"1975" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

"So it would be like a rug. Could so injured blew it on their chest and suddenly there. Dennis lillie who stick. Do you have any idea who bought your. You'll be it no idea no idea. Yeah i all through this sort of big a group on facebook. I've been like whom who does but Yeah no one. Yeah no one to start the bad the bad listening and you're out there you won that bid the you might you might be donating it to To defoe w h yeah true. Whoa there'll be cycled. How does it feel without after having the bid on. It's been a few days. So it's been spiky ally kind just grow bids in themes like that was a break-up bid that i just kind of lag raise but now i feel like this is like a new hope bid new not like establish new hard. Yeah just like a new life new yet. It's like fresh spring bid. He could join the competitions where they shape their beads into different different Objects and stuff. Yeah that'd be beautiful. Get quite cool. Do think the sun tyrants could grow beards their military although in that documentary that we saw. I'm pretty sure one of the lightest untarnished has like a bit of a bid. Clova drawn on kind of facial. Have kind of them. This is weird thing because like with the lodge mouth. That this on has is quite creepy. Then they show a latest on tarin where he just has a normal human mouth. And i think that is why creepy a- yeah they're an interesting monster because sarah's first adventure she was with the sun tyrant with the duck data and that was that was links and he looked different to this one. He had like bits of other nothing sticking out of his head bits. A hail and was was not the ustralian. Yes yeah. This is the siamese drying guy. Same guy in the one in the episode that we watch according to that documentary by the time that this one was being filmed that australian guy incident was like can dunkley you'll kevin lindsay kevin lindsay he He said he was having a bad haw so they had lack of a body double drew..

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"1975" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"1975" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

"I loved when the duck escaped from the grasp for a little while and then when he's climbing up and he's trying to find sarah gannon stuff at but it's them the tub and he's whether he said something like oh you again were concert. I'm delighted no use pretending as a charming way to say you don't wanna see someone. They've just been capturing him. They would toto dick's like they did not have to be rude to him like he was being polite. It always so frustrating. They stole jump to the conclusion. That i mean it did kill the guy. Why would he then climbed down to have a look at me just great. Yeah so the doctor tells them there and piccadilly but sarah. Jane can't believe it probably because they're actually more national park endeavour wrong. I doubt the middle of london would suddenly become that hilly after standing in the middle of lush vegetation. Harry says there's not much in the way of life. Well i didn't get on. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. It's not like they're on a barren there in a corey no fully olek on a desert supplant totally just like diego and put a housing development. Yeah then are we civilized totally. Unless it's gonna kona a store bova. Unless a corner store has happened naturally added stabilized. Does anyone have any ideas on what harry means. When he says the earth is nice and tidy noli sticks. I felt. I assumed that it was because now they had like united time had gone so far past that there was no more like littering in stuff because there were no humans. I'll show tomorrow in the seventies. There were a lot of lally sticks. Yeah i think he said just rappers. Initially i thought he meant lawley. Stick says in like lollipop ladies. Oh no littering. 'cause like the seventy england wasn't that around when lacks they had those great lack the garbage strikes and stuff where the all the garbage met people went on strike and so litto lag. Rubbish was just piling up in the streets and stuff and it was Considered sexy for girls to have lollipops is sexy for women to litter in it. Now just walk around with a lollipop long. I guess i could see how that sixty sort of infantilized lag as much sexy them and they put on a lot of white not sexy anymore. So they are. That's what happened to me. Yes yeah you started out with the good intention of lag. Lollipop being sexy. A news article lollipop. I'd just love i guess. Remember that my uncle. All of a lot of record album covers had girls with lollipops in the seventies. So i think maybe it was a thing. Newmar lollipops not sexy enough blue. That girl lollipop give her a lollipop. Anyway i'm gonna be over here balding.

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"1975" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"1975" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

"Yeah i've done like a few albums and slabs would around bunch slum up John's been really good. Yeah it's fun way to jump up on tables and nuggets right now and when when you were released new music you like to hold a massive potty where you get everyone to hand over their phones so they count record is that correct like kanye did recently with his his launch party yay. I didn't realize i was like i've never done anything. Like please. for moen sham with on yay konya wants to release it on his terms. Baby certainly given phones cumulus plans he could just Take everyone's fines. And the new ones. Totally i keep saying. I used to say backyard To describe it because ever since he went a bit trumpy. I've been like the uncomfortable about it. But then i haven't been able to like think of a better of those little two three weather This is what it is guys a. Yeah and not just trumping. He's gone looney. Yeah it's leaning trumpy. You're planning on running for prime minister Is that correct. Yeah that's right. This is actually the opening of my campaign. Who's got political. I've posted you my phone as requesting. Yeah so that. I can't recall just recording on every other day. For all right ben as we do with old new. Guess what is your history with. Dr who i would probably say history with dr who is more to do with music. Lack ivory really love like the bbc radio Shop and like delia. W shire and those kinds of experiments that was sort of dreamy into being like. Ooh what is this kind of thing. And then i would sort of have like little looks at satin episodes when you know that was in light mudan times and stuff. But this was my first experience with the seventies donahue. Like i'd i'd like heard about it and stuff but yeah that theme song when it hit lackner just like you just like woo bang love it i gotta tell you my little caboodle was sitting with me when i was watching it when the music came on she got up looks right at the television. She could not take her eyes offense when magic. Yeah did 'cause. I'm wondering like the bbc. Had the lack sound experiment lab where they would let mess with tape and You know it's sort of build their in synthesizes. And i was wondering if they did the same kind of thing with like video effects because that that lead in like that tidal sort of lack scrolling in the way that you sort of going down a sort of a tunnel so magical it is really good for it. Takes me back to being a kid. 'cause i watched it as a kid i love it. Yeah totally yeah. They definitely had to experiment a lot. Because i did obviously didn't have a huge by is operatives experimenting to be like. Oh this looks like it could be an alien planet or italy. Yeah that's what i think is To me as an artist kind of the peasantry makes style flack united. That's the it's the low budget side of it. That makes me like whoa. They made that. Wack you know just by fixing this stuff together. It looks great and the music is that good and that cutting edge for its time that you'd never change it. You just never challenged by tampa with the china and like the sound design just generally like old exist kind of things from gun from lasers and stuff like that like oh i got so into it..

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"1975" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"1975" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

"Offended and defended and defended and then ended and it in the dog this is my section earth is undermined protection birthday gala friday. I've gotten to say into the master role missy komo lonzo. I am time lord. No i'm not rick to avoid a man as time for a switch look like that. I'm in great health expecting someone else. Generation osas fund. When i say run run. What's my boy piece insanity. Sorry mustache larry. Sometimes i'm north but always align me. We were blitar me. Why me jumping the todd for a ride is bigger on the inside exploring all of time and space. Oh was that exterminating like times. Ticking we'd best go when you would venture geronimo fantastic. So will you best come with me. I'm done to her ended and ended and welcome to a brand new episode of default w. h. i am your host. I feel a bit like a. Moore's message slightly scrambled. I'm adam are sullivan. Joined as always by my co host experiment. Ten seeing how long someone could pud cost about doctor who before breaking its nikita shoot. I'm reaching that point. I'm breaking great for the third and for the third anniversary will have you losing your mind. I i can't wait. I'm just excited to hear what you thought of harry. Because i know how much you love. Harry is dependent. yes we will. We have a lot to talk about with this episode. But i please work my guest. He's not only oscillating. He's a lip sing as well. It's been snaith. How are you ben. Thank you for joining us feeling good. I've got my smoothies sludge of gut. My coffee got my water. I've got this puzzle of puffs and wrecks that. I started doing lockdown How's the puzzle going. I've got the frame of the frame done. That's pretty good thank you. Is it just different images from the show yet. It's like a collage of images. So sometimes you like. That's ron swanson's head but is from its Or is it. His moustache from another pod. Yeah so what you're telling us. Is that for taryn experiment about Dehydration you're not going to be out for it. I'm very hydrated today. Multiple you. that's right. You've got a lot of hydrogen now ben yarn improviser and a musician correct. Yup totally cool. Yeah i. i've been improvising with big For a couple years trained with lack of physical data company Physically jubilee. In i but for the most part have been doing these for the During a play deliver the and playing ben. I drew a solar project that i used to describe as a backyard. Konya it's 'cause it was kind of like big bait some big eager and know but i was very much like coming from an australian backyard and yeah so that's that's Orlando furious and dong..

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Dynamite (MM #3832)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Dynamite (MM #3832)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. The other day, one of my friends posted a picture on Facebook that took me back to the early 1970s it was the cover of a magazine we all used to read back then called dynamite and I hadn't thought about dynamite probably since about 1975, maybe 1976. So went back and looked it up and found out that, wow, I was one of the first people to ever subscribe to this magazine that was put up by the scholastic book company. We used to get a lot of scholastic stuff, and this was their first foray into magazines for students for pre teens and teens. I didn't realize dynamite magazine went on until the 1990s. So if you went to school in the 70s or in the 80s, you probably are familiar with dynamite. Of course, I was right on the edge of dynamite magazines, target readership, so I was only there for maybe a year year and a half before I got too old. But I figured out it was probably the first magazine I ever subscribed to as a kid. Maybe it's where I got my love for pop culture. I probably goes back further than that, but it definitely helped, and what kids into the 80s and even to the early 90s saw dynamite and maybe it changed their lives too.

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Dynamite (MM #3832)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Dynamite (MM #3832)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. The other day, one of my friends posted a picture on Facebook that took me back to the early 1970s it was the cover of a magazine we all used to read back then called dynamite and I hadn't thought about dynamite probably since about 1975, maybe 1976. So went back and looked it up and found out that, wow, I was one of the first people to ever subscribe to this magazine that was put up by the scholastic book company. We used to get a lot of scholastic stuff, and this was their first foray into magazines for students for pre teens and teens. I didn't realize dynamite magazine went on until the 1990s. So if you went to school in the 70s or in the 80s, you probably are familiar with dynamite. Of course, I was right on the edge of dynamite magazines, target readership, so I was only there for maybe a year year and a half before I got too old. But I figured out it was probably the first magazine I ever subscribed to as a kid. Maybe it's where I got my love for pop culture. I probably goes back further than that, but it definitely helped, and what kids into the 80s and even to the early 90s saw dynamite and maybe it changed their lives too.

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"1975" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"1975" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Nuts. The the final pick of the draft. We see raleigh. I haven't seen them roll around lately. But i do. I do remember. Enjoying the hell out of it when i saw it. Quality flick. guys were done. Should we recap what will what what what didn't we talk about. There are a bunch of hangout. Movies like rancho deluxe. Or you know ninety two in the shade which were both related to the novel. thomas mclean. He wrote and directed ninety two in the shade. And he wrote rancho deluxe. Which is they're just like kind of burn out. Hang out movies. That i really enjoy There's a lot a lot of movies that we didn't really touch on. Yeah i feel like we also a big year for the seventies musical. You know you mentioned rocky horror. But yeah tommy tommy. Ken russell makes three movies in this year on year. Lithuania and moller all in the same year. Those movies are released. Then funny lady comes out this year the sequel to funny girl also starring james caan at long last love. Peter bogdanovich his famed disaster of a musical. What else anything else. Amanda that you were saying that you didn't get a chance to speak on. No i mean you took the man who would be king which i do feel like most of these were like in the pot that we are all shared from and picking together except for the kind of weird eccentric wildcards or the films that you sort of encountered along the way. I have not seen as many of the horror movies of nineteen seventy-five it won't surprise. You guys probably the best movie that we didn't take from. My point of view is deep red aka profundity rosa which is dairy origin. Does i want to say his fifth film. I still think it's as arguably his best. Maybe with superior as number one or two Incredibly violent beautiful gory. Bright bright bright. Red movie I was just looking at the box office. Top eleven which is where we pulled our thirty million dollar threshold from so we got jaws. We got cuckoo's nasty got shampoo. We got dogged afternoon. We got three days of the condor. And then here's what we left on the table. The return of the pink panther never been a big pink pink panther movies guy. I don't know about you guys when i was a kid. I used to watch them a lot. Horse mentioned funny lady. That's also in the top eleven there. How about the other side of the mountain. Have you have you seen that. I've not i have neither have i. That's so fascinating. The movie like the other side of the mountain thirty five million dollars made that year just does not feel like it has much of a cultural reputation whatsoever. and then of course disney's the apple dumpling..

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"1975" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"1975" Discussed on The Big Picture

"But it's also like grey gardens itself is just like a a pop culture phrase and reference point and kind of took on a life of zone so that's great gardens and then you know what i forgot that i didn't have action thriller so it's okay. I have a backup. But as chris noted at the beginning of this there are a lotta things that could be moved round even if certain people are really mad about that and it was confusing keeping the category straight. But it's fine. I have a backup in action thriller. I'm going with a very broad definition of thriller. And i'm taking stepford wives seventy five. I like it. Yeah directed by bryan forbes. And written by william goldman starring katharine ross and stepford wives and other kind of pop cultural idea and phrase that was introduced in this like like pretty schlocky but still kinda fun somewhat very political commentary on the sort of the women's movement or really. Just you know housewives in the seventies in connecticut and in the us and and funny and the the last seen in the grocery store in terms of like a visual representation of like a lot of my fears and fears of many other women and what happen is pretty memorable so stepford wives cr that lines up perfectly for you to take sala with your wildcard shot to everybody who asks me what what what i was taking saulo Okay so there's a bunch of b movies or here for wild card. That i think each one of them has their merits and on a different day i would pick a different one but i gotta go. I gotta respect the brand dear and pick a movie about peter fonda more notes being chased by a satanic across texas. So i'm going with the devil which you might be asking yourself cr. How do they not remake this movie and let me tell you they did. It's basically the plot of like doctorinal animals. It's the plot of wrong turn. It's the of so many movies where it's like four people who think they're just having a cool weekend drive across texas and now they happen to poss- upon a satanic ritual and it turns out like everybody's on it so it's schlocky is hell. It's pretty raw. It's it's it is a kind of came out to look at it. As like a postscript to easy rider which ended of itself is not exactly a bright and sunny movie. But this is sort of like what if the american heartland is hell so i. This is a great disagreement night. Movie and If people haven't checked it out. I recommend that they do. I revisited. this as well you. You may recall sequence in kill bill volume two in which with character discovers a snake in a trailer. Let me tell you that that sequence is ripped straight from race with the devil because there is an absolutely horrifying sequence which peter fonda is face to face with a cobra for like five minutes in. This movie is very very effective. Super fun movie cr. I feel like you in war notes. You have a kinship. He's just one of my favorite character actors for sure but there are a couple of movies that are kind of like in and around this vibe. That i i i was like taking a look at. I'll be curious to see sean if you pick any of them for wildcard hickok are. I haven't taken my wildcard yet. It's my last pick. Its last pick of the draft sallow not solo Am not taking the apple. Dumpling gang Not taking the return of the pink panther I'm i'm not taking a russ. Meyer super vixen. Not taking the happy hooker or manual.

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"1975" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"1975" Discussed on The Big Picture

"It's a lot of fun. It's not a great movie but it has great songs and it has one of the like literally one of the all time best leading performances in a movie ever. Tim curry in. This movie is fucking amazing. And he seems to totally get the tone the joke everything about this movie he's totally in sync. With what the what. The story is going for everyone else seems to be like almost in a parody of another movie that the exists and as fun as like barry boskovic and susan sarandon. Handful of other people are again blown away by tim curry. I wouldn't say that. This is a movie that i saw on theaters like one hundred times that you gotta see theaters if anybody is listening to this podcast if they have a chance as a steeler start opening up again if you live in a town where they're doing one of these you could do worse off friday. It's a great movie and it puts me in a in a real pickle here because i i don't know where to go and one of these categories. I'll start with a category where i know where to go. That's action thriller in the movie. I'm going with which i you know. I think you could make the case. This is a comedy. But i'm not going to try to make that case. Which is the men who would be king john. Houston's incredible nine hundred. Seventy five epic starring michael caine and sean connery about two men who travel to a land in which they have never seen caucasians and attempts to become the rulers of this land ca. I i believe that the nation has called. And it's a rollicking adventure movie. Based on the roger kipling story it's also it feels like real time deconstruction of persona feels like john houston deconstructing. What he likes about movies. It feels like sean connery. Deconstructing his own. Kind of hyper cool. Hyper masculine identity. As a movie star Features of a wealth of great performances. We talked about it a little bit. After christopher plummer plastic passed away he plays kipling in the movie. Unbelievable scope on. This movie is amazing. Like not just the the what what it is in the frame. But the amount of people that houston's putting in the frame out of extras needed the massive production design and the location shooting was a time when all of this stuff was done practically and it was. You know between that sort of cecil b two mil. We need to create like we need to paint a a billboard essentially behind a massive sequence and today we have cgi. It's when everything was real and amanda you. You might have mentioned this during the making of this film when you're reading anjelica huston's memoir but just a breathtaking movie that again. I would not say necessarily as always in the best ways. There are certain aspects of the story and the way that the story is told that her a little bit gross on the other hand. I do feel like it's one of those classic movies that big trouble in little china for example where the white man is the clown. The white man is the fool. He's a person who's reaching for too much and that's a big part of telling the story to is the overreaching into world and into cultures that you don't totally understand amazing movie a highly recommend you check it out any reflections on the men would be king just one of the best things any movie. I think. Also it's worth noting at least into the end delicate houston memoir which just really recommend reading to know about this moment in time from her perspective. But how sick houston was at this point in his career and that he manages to pull off like the scope that this movie has pretty remarkable..

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"1975" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"1975" Discussed on The Big Picture

"It's interesting to how long it took for. Peter we to become a hollywood master and commander guy. Yeah yeah i feel guy. Yeah if you had made this movie today in australia. Hollywood would fly out asset. Because it's so well made so powerful and it takes like a full ten years before we get to witness. He makes the literally in the year of living dangerously. But that's still feel like international films grape great great movie definitely recommend it's on the criterion channel. Actually right now. If you're interested in checking it out. Ok cr you've got to pick okay. I was going to do move things around. But i actually now i. I've talked myself into this. So i need a comedy i believe i've comedy-drama and wildcard remaining and For comedy i am going to pick one of the great movie theater movies of all time and that is rocky horror picture. Show couple couple of anecdotes first of all. This was played every friday at midnight and philly for my entire childhood like it was basically one of the few like adult things that you could get your parents to let you do would be like drop you off. I can't remember if it was like the ritz or where it used to play. But they would play this like they would be late night showings rocky horror picture. Show think it was one of the first school dances. I've ever been to was like sixth grade. I think it was six but it might have been like seventh is like standing in the corner. Smoking a cigarette. You know working on my motorcycle or whatever just kind like chewing gum play with switchblade and time-warp came on and all. The girls knew the dance. And i was like holy shit. Girls meeting was happening now and it was just like i i saw i was like i got to see this rocky horror picture. Show that everybody's talking about. I don't if i saw a theater until later but if you ever have had the chance to go see rocky horror picture show in the theater whether you think it's funnier ridiculous. If it's aged poor laterano. It is one of the most enjoyable collective experiences you can have watching a movie theater. Revisited it yesterday in preparation for this podcast with the expectation. That would be able to select this movie. Because i did not think either of you liked it and and here. We are major. Are you a rocky horror picture. Show person sue. I have seen it in a theater but the circumstances of going to see it in a theater it was in college and i was one of those people who stayed together with the high school boyfriend until i don't even think we made it to thanksgiving fights but rick i don't know i had to thrive but in those first early two months went to visit him at college and we went with a group of friends. Like a one of the costumes. And i had to borrow some weird rich girls costume stuff and i felt very awkward and things were not going well and so that's colored my experience rocky picture show in person for forever yes. I don't know that was pretty awkward. Don't want to be associated with any of that anymore. Okay show you just. You seem like you love just to get dressed up. Yep and and just go sing songs with a bunch of people. Your lip liner pancake makeup. Get my fish nets I gotta say. I think the reputation of this movie is is still accurate. Which is that..

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"1975" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"1975" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Allah. I think whatever you want you're doing. I don't have anything else to put in that category because when you're switching categories yeah and now now you're picking for for what so i. I was going to take this movie anyway. Three days of the condor in blockbuster. Yes we talked about this movie a lot. The spy podcast. A great robert redford. Just not trusting anybody. Running around new york trying to solve things like the classic post watergate's slightly not slightly very paranoid fun thriller so that will be my blockbuster and then what do i have left. in drama i will do picnic. Attain rod awesome pick. Yeah awesome pick. Which is a peter. We're film who went onto drafts. Everything from dead poets society to truman show and is a very strange movie set in victorian australia so kind of nineteen hundreds about a girls boarding school and three girls who go missing and that is basically more plot than the movie itself gets gives you or as much resolution. Sorry i'm spoiling things spoiling movies on this. I just did but it's like a very famous tone mood visual creation as well as kind of a kind of it's not actually a true story but you could argue or it is. There's like a lot of they've really leaned into it. The novelist says that it was based on something that happened but then there can't be any records that are found so obviously for marketing purposes. They've leaned into it and there has become like a whole cottage industry. Like what happened at hanging rock and all this stuff still to this day so a forerunner of true crime for sure but in terms of the movie itself of not knowing what happens in that being part of the mystery and the thrust of the experience a great creepy movie. I really like this pick. I also think it must have been an amazing experience to see these movies. A movie like this Time because the world didn't feel necessarily connected so international cinema were worthies. Kind of like message's brought by carrier pigeon of how things were being seen in australia or things were being seen in italy or how things were being seen in franson must have been a really exciting time to go to like really good movie theaters and see films like this and nc stories like this get told..

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"1975" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"1975" Discussed on The Big Picture

"So chris i believe you are up now. I made a two very very good picks very. I'm going to pick something. And then sean is gonna take the two movies that i want more than anything else. This is how this is going to work. I'm gonna take you take one of them. Because i need to. I need it strategy sivan strategy. It's just like i'm going to shampoo and blockbuster and shampoo who might be pound for pound. The best movie of this year shampoo could be in three or four different categories. Shampoo is one of the movies that we were probably all referring to and we were talking about how the popcorn the mainstream popular culture of this time actually reflected this political moment. Like almost down to a matter of months this was made in the wake of watergate. It's set over the course of one day on election day in los angeles mostly in beverly hills. It's about warren beatty a hairdresser. Who's working with squad slash servicing a bunch of very very very wonderful actresses throughout throughout the town julie christie what goldie hawn and leave lebron grant grant on won an oscar for her work in the and Is hilarious is thought. Provoking is while the entertaining And is probably the move this year. That i have returned to most in this period of my life like over the last five to ten years. I've probably watched shampoo as much as if not by as as jaws but more than anything else. So i'll go. I'll go shampoo in blockbuster. Also the idea that shampoo could be a blockbuster is awesome. Yeah this is the number one example to me of how different things. Obviously warren beatty was a matinee idol. And it is ostensibly kind of lighthearted drama. But it's also a movie that takes place on election day in nineteen sixty eight and is obviously about. It's it's similar to some of these conversations we've been having about recent history on some of the drafts where seven years ago. What does how do we see america. And what does it mean for the kind of the sexual revolution to be happening. What does it mean to be in america in la nineteen sixty eight But it's also this kind of like looking sexy. Funny movie starring some of the most beautiful people on the planet. Very young carrie fisher in this movie. Jack warden hilarious in this movie as kind of like the bigwig. That baby is who is he. Sort of cuckolding really great movie. How hell ashby is bag. Robert town in his bag I really wanted to pick this in comedy. So i'm a little bit frustrated but fortunately i have still have a bounty now after my picks i think is when things are going to start to get interesting. That doesn't mean that. There's nothing left. But i think that there will be a less awareness of some of the movies that we get into and so it'll be fascinating back cafu draft so my first pick..

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"1975" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"1975" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Yes yeah i think this. I also probably saw it around the time that i was like. I can't believe about this public. But like into like holy grail. arthur stuff. not like your you read. All of that stuff is a kid and then suddenly you're like oh you don't have to take this seriously and there's a little bit of like anti anti thirty you know just being like actually this can be really stupid or we can have fun with it as well. Which was certainly influential me. Okay monty python and the holy grail installing little bit. Because i don't really know what i'm gonna do with my second pick so i really didn't anticipate being number three. I guess hold. I'm scrolling onto box office to verify. Yes all right in blockbuster. Dog afternoon holy cow. This movie so good is like saying the sky is blue but holy cow is this pacino's greatest performance. Wow well fortunately. We have chris ryan on the line. Where does where does it. Sit for you. Chris in the pantheon of pacino. While it's it's actually not like any other pacino performance because it's so on eleven or thirteen but would you. Would we all think of like as like you know whether it's heat or What's the what's the movie. Where he's the devil. The devil's advocate advocate. Like it's not handy. It's it's actually like a person who's been driven crazy by the city. And so he's just out of. He's so far far beyond the docks that like he. It's it's hard to explain to people. Because i think you see atika attica and you think oh it must be just another one of those like frames road of this place. But it's it's it's like actually like a very vulnerable raw performance. Part of what stood out to me in addition to attica attica. Which you know. I yell around the house when i got asked to do things i don't want to do. But is the way that he interacts with all the supporting cast. And it's just a dynamite supporting cast all the way through but the grounded moments in between the hostages. It's like kind of one of the only times. I can remember al pacino like really engaging with every single other person on the screen and the dynamic that they create in the bank is pretty incredible and then obviously you know all of them at the end this. This movie is the best movie. It's so good. I do feel like it is. It's the bridge between the two pacino's because shortly after this you get and justice for all and cruising and scarface and that is really the birth of that loud boisterous and to your point amanda. It doesn't even seem like he's necessarily interacting with any of the other actors on screen and those films it as a one man show and up until this point but she does. An actor is basically just this simmering pot godfather serpico and godfather to and scarecrow. These are quiet internal sort of mournful.

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"1975" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"1975" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"Apparently does that shock. You based on the movie you saw does with this film needed. That would've saved it. That makes sense. Yeah apparently the nannies and despise. We're up to sue hijinks and that story and it was also set in new york in the one thousand nine hundred seventies. It was very much about tackling communist china of the period and disney for some reason decided to i just you know disney loves nostalgia and so they wanted to put it in one thousand nine hundred like just at the end of just after world war one for reasons. I'm not exactly clear why to be perfectly honest with you. It takes back to a time when we will winning something sure. Yeah yeah there. You go And they changed the title of the book to to its current title because of the film. One of our aircraft is missing from nineteen forty two which had starred peter ustinov and hubert hubert pops up just at the start of this movie. He's the Driver for For lord south mir who gets kidnapped So those two actress that appeared to this movie. Which was a michael powell and emerick pressburger film from back in the day. Those two directed the red shoes matter of life death. They were fantastic duo so they made the title of this film a tribute to their work So other than that. I mean you had peter ustinov. Who was a disney go-to guy he done. Blackbeard's ghost for them. Voiceprint john in robin hood and he would work with them again for the treasure of mata combat. And then you had helen hayes who who was a two time oscar winner for nineteen thirty. Two's the sin of madeleine claudette. And also nine hundred seventy s airport I don't know why she won an oscar for airport but she was also in herbie rides again with stevenson and bill. Walsh overseeing that soem so maybe we should be talking about herbie rides again. It seems like that really spawned this thing cr really like herbie and herbie rides again and now knowing that of wanted. Just watch that now. The herb movies are self formulae. Really there are fun. And i can hear the music in my head right now. It's just a joy talking about hearing the music in your head when we talk about the score for this movie. All eight bars of it. I mean jeez. Yeah i seen a few of the herbie's. I don't know that i've seen rights again. But i've definitely seen goes bananas and goes to monte-carlo contest so the authors of the book were very disappointed in the final film. We'll talk about why. Honestly i don't know if it's for the reasons we're going to talk about but nonetheless. They were not that thrilled with the movie as for boxoffice. Whenever you're tracking box opposite this eric. It's a little muddy this movie. Though i will say was not a particularly big success at all. It made about five point. Five million dollars so would have fallen somewhere in the thirties for the year Number one movie was jaws. Number two is one flew over the cuckoo's nest number three shampoo some other notables down around number six you had three days of the condor which we've covered on the podcast and then of the other live action disney films. Let's stack them up and see how one of our dinosaurs is missing. Compared so at the box office you had at number ten on the box. Office top ten apple. Dumpling gang with tim conway and don knotts. So that ruled the live action disney roost. That year then later down the chart you had escaped to which mountain.

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