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Caller Agrees That Conservatives Need to Battle for 2020 and 2022 Election
"And I just know Oh, my God, that something went wrong in the 2020 election. And what I am curious about is why is nobody talking about Mike Lindell and his, um, lawsuits with Dominion, not to mention his two documentaries, absolute proof and absolutely absolutely interference. And then his additional, absolutely 9 to 0 where he presents evidence. Of what could have possibly happened, Uh, during the 2020 election, I say it that way. Just because I have my mind my mind made up, but we definitely need to get to the bottom of that. But at the same time we do need to focus on 2022. And I believe that that's going to start locally in the school board. If you look at what the left has done with our Children, they're indoctrinating them. You know, critical race theory. You've mentioned it multiple times. And the thing is, is, uh Like that's that's how they Able to continually supply you know, Antifa and black lives matter with, you know, bodies that, you know, willingly agree with those ideologies simply because they have Not been taught anything else. And that's where I think that we need to really start as local school boards. Definitely because we take away that indoctrination. Then we kind of take away their You know, there are people that they're able to get out there to spread their ideology in a violent manner. Um But, Jackson, do you ever listen to my podcast? You ever listen to my podcast? And how did you do you remember that show I did a while ago. Speaking of the education system, and I agree with you, By the way, we have to focus on both 2022. It's been a whole purpose in 2022 has been the purpose of the show. So I'm with you there. But I played some audio clips awhile ago of that Soviet defector. Back in 1982 Yuri beds been off Who said, Listen, the Communists have a plan to destroy America and the way they plan on doing it as a multi decade approach to infiltrate your education system and basically get you Americans to teach your you know each other how to hate each other. And
"1982" Discussed on Bald Movies
"He gets up and starts animated and talking about these very things. Like what is the justice. What is the court is it. The wood paneling is at the marble statues is this or is it like our human concepts of justice and where those and as an as he's saying this like the cameras now pushed in the where only newman is just ahead. Dylan the frame and it's doing such a great like like underpinning the script like you're going from this one man who's against the bass system impressive system to bring it down to just a human level like do you trust me. Do you trust my witness that all she wanted to be was a nurse and these assholes ran out of town threaten her job all that kind of stuff or do you believe these these these. You know schyster attorneys and doctors. And i thought that was. That was really cool. And it's something that like in. Especially like is i noticed at all towards the end of the scene and then i realized oh shit this just been one take. Yeah and i guess. Yeah newman did this in this. There's no trick photography at all you. He delivers us like five minutes. Soliloquy with a bunch of camera moves and stuff all off the cuff man. Really good at that stuff like this is something that they also don't do anymore. Which is director had the do three weeks of rehearsal as if it was a stage play. Yeah before they even like you know like I'd today still. I know maybe some people still do that but like you can do a lot of palestinians things win. Because what's the what's the fucking stage play except for a three hour wonder You know with. Maybe an intermission belay. You can do that but it takes a lot of practice a lot of precision a lot of discipline and i don't feel like the connecticut payson films today. Lend itself to that. How did you choose which internet service provider to use choice. Yeah let me call one of the mini dozens of robust high speed reliable internet service providers in the greater cincinnati area to get competitive quote..
"1982" Discussed on Bald Movies
"I don't feel like that ever. Maybe it's still too much of an alcoholic. I don't feel like that ever changes his on on the case or anything or like no. I don't know it or no. It didn't change it But at that moment in the movie you're supposed to be thinking exactly that right like oh yeah no this could actually be ruinous to this family. It could be ruinous to him if this doesn't succeed and they have these these competing pressures to because his wife. The sister of the victim here does not want to settle. I don't believe. I think she actually wants justice. But they don't dwell on that tunnel they have once once this husband steps in. He's kind of front and center and putting the pressure. On newman to settle. But i i think there are seen in this movie that show that she does not want to settle. She wants justice but she's unwilling to speak up over her husband. Who wants to get this money. You know he's talking about like up man you know. I'm i work hard to do all this and then you just piss it away. Whatever that's his perspective. I think hers is very different. And that's what i did. That's the tension ear. Right is like is he going to risk everything both his own reputation and life in order to be against all odds when a case and the entire time be shit on by the client until hopefully he's proven right or man if he's proven wrong here if he loses his case holy shit. He's just not only destroyed himself but them too. Yeah he's flushed a whole lives down toilet along with is that's where it's like. Does the other thing. If he doesn't pursue this case is the wife going to be pissed off right. The sister of the victim be feeling like this. Just hasn't been done lose faith in the system louis. Blues make herself the victim the rest of her life. Like there's really find those competing pressures interesting in this movie..
"1982" Discussed on Bald Movies
"Everybody welcome back to another ball. Move prestige film This time we are taking a look at the nineteen eighty two legal thriller the verdict the stars. Paul newman as well as charlotte. Rampling jack warden. James basin milo. O'shea i gotta say that. I don't know much about these. These folks use like try to like the euro. You'll know them from roles as by. I got nothing. I got nothing for most except for paul newman. Everybody knows there are two people in here that you know if you're a nineties eighties to nineties movie fan. You might also know the jack warden who plays his like friend who's trying to kick his life back into gear there over the course of this movie. He was grandpa and problem child. He was also the grandpa. I think or no. He's pops which i think was one of their dad's in dirty work. He was in toys. That robin williams. That weird robin williams movie sir. A lot of bills that. I'm not familiar with except for robin williams and i do but i want to see them maybe like once and he did a religious stuff earlier than this baby to varying from those. I think a lot of english irish actors to which might explain. Why like a lot of the names ring a bell. Because they're playing. You know this takes place supposedly in boston. It's all filmed in new york but It's a time of boston where it's still you can hear a lot of lilt in the air in these communities but as directed by sidney lumet's which i have heard of and he has directed a lot he these are just the oscar nominees Twelve angry men for best picture a dog day afternoon network He's a pretty big. You know the old school film the screenplay written by david mammoths who is barely famous for writing. Glengarry glen ross. He kinda i've in my mind is more like a aaron sorkin. He's like a dialogue specialist because much brutalises in his approach. It's much more you know instead. A witty and fast paced. It's more like savage inviting in in the dialect but he's written a lot of stuff. The postman rings always rings twice untouchables. I like that movie a lot hoffa wag the dog hannibal things most recent based on a novel by the same name. The verdict by barry read the first time i saw this movie. You are think went on newman kick. I don't know what caused it. Maybe it was the damn cool movie here. I didn't realize you had seen this before. Okay did we watch. We watch it together. We're kind of trading back and forth like movies nate. neither of us had seen or whatever. And you're like have you ever seen the verdict than i know and or or maybe it's because we i don't know where you're watching some other legal but anyway said the verdict and i'm like.
Walter Mondale, Carter's vice president, dies at 93
"The country is remembering Walter Mondale, the former vice president died at the age of 93 1976. Mondale became a national figure in the Democratic presidential nominee, Jimmy Carter asked him to join the ticket as his running mate, The Carter Mondale, take it lost the White House in 1982, Ronald Reagan, George Bush. 1984 bundles choice for a running mate Rock the election. New York Congresswoman Geraldine Ferraro, the first woman on the presidential ticket, but the campaign struggled to overcome a double digit deficit in the polls. Mondale served his country for more than 50 years. Karen Travers, ABC News Washington
Charli Collier Is the No. 1 Pick in the W.N.B.A. Draft
"With the first pick in the 2021 w NBA draft. The Dallas Wings Select Charlie Collier from the University of Texas Collier's the first Longhorn to go first overall in the WN BA and the first University of Texas athlete to go first in any sports draft. Since Kenneth Simms was the first pick in the 1982 NFL
Last-second miss leaves No. 15 Oral Roberts inches from March Madness history
"Thrilling finish in the south. As Arkansas comes roaring back from 12 points down, hang on to be oral Roberts 70 to 70. The Golden Eagles had a shot to win it, missing a three pointer at the buzzer that would have sent them to the final aid. Oregon State in the regional final for the first time since 1982. The team pick 12 in the Pac 12 is here takes care of loyal of Chicago, 65 to 58 holding the Ramblers too. 16 points in the first half organs that has made the final four since 1963 number one Baylor in the South. Rallies to be number five. Villanova 60 to
Middleweight boxer Marvin Hagler dies at 66
"Middleweights has died. Joe Stern reports. Boxing promoter Bob Arum said he was the most loyal, dedicated fighter he ever promoted. He was talking about marvelous. Marvin Hagler, who died Saturday at his home in New Hampshire Angler was the undisputed middleweight champ from 1982 1987 after winning the W B, a WBC and the ring middleweight titles from British boxer Alan Minter. Hagler finishes fight career 62 3 in two out doing Tommy Hearns, Roberto Duran, John Mugabi and mentor before losing a split decision to Sugar Ray Leonard in his final fight. He's a member of the International Boxing Hall of Fame and was only knocked down once in his professional career. Marvin Hagler Dead at the age of 66. Joel Stern,
Marvelous Marvin Hagler, Boxing Legend And Brockton Native, Dies At Age 66
"Native Marvelous Marvin Hagler has died. His wife, Kay, posting on social media that Hagler passed away unexpectedly at his home in New Hampshire yesterday. Marvelous Marvin Hagler began his boxing career training, with the Petronella brothers and Brockton eventually raining as the undisputed Middleweight champion from 1982 1987 62 wins three losses to draws 52 knockouts in a career spanning from 1973 to 80 70 successfully defended his middleweight title, 12 Times. Before losing to Sugar Ray Leonard in a controversial decision at Caesars Palace in Vegas. Back in 87 he never fought after that moved to Italy got into acting marvelous Marvin Hagler passing away yesterday at the age of 66. President Biden
Middleweight boxer Marvin Hagler dies at 66
"One of boxing's greatest middleweights is dead. Marvelous. Marvin Hagler was 66. His wife, Kay confirmed his death and social media saying he died unexpectedly in his home in New Hampshire. The New York New Jersey native was the undisputed middleweight champion from 1982 1987 after winning the W B, a WBC and the ring middleweight titles from Alan Minter, the White
Federal judge says states acted too late to ratify Equal Rights Amendment
"District Judge Rudolph Contreras on Friday evening dismissed a lawsuit brought by the attorneys general of Virginia, Nevada and Illinois to recognize Virginia's Equal Rights amendment ratified. Asian vote last year as the 30 a state to do so, forcing the federal government to add the E R A to the Constitution. Contreras ruled that the vote came well after a 1982 deadlines set by Congress. The attorneys general argued in their suit that the deadline was not binding. Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring says he is considering an appeal. He's called on the Biden administration as well as members of Congress to work to finalize the ratification of the E R a
"1982" Discussed on Horror Vein
"That was really good balls. Oh my god. You know. If i think if toby. Hooper like teamed up with jorge romero. I think he would have like a really cool movie. But unfortunately georgia's yeah it's not gonna i lost Well it's tober still around. I think is a family might have lost. We lost him. Yeah twenty two thousand. Seventeen post sucks dario agenda until we hooper holy crap. That'd be something but yeah anyway have yeah so thumbs down from don thumbs sideways can can. I do like hitchhiking. I dunno sideways. Something like this fist-bump. I don't know this. I don't know what to say right fine. It's not it wouldn't be like on the top of my list but it's it's it's entertaining as just not. Yeah so i would not say thumbs down. It's just But it's just okay for me. That's all i said. You don't have to be nice. I don't mean i love steel buried. So it's it's hard for me to thought. Yeah so anyway. But i totally agree with your points. I mean i'm not trying to change you. I like. I said i looked at it a different way. I really liked this film. I own it and yeah it brings back a lot of memories for me because you know nineteen eighty two. It's on at high school and you know it's like come on. It's like lotta eighty two. I was eighty seven incredible time in my life. Because i was an inspiring. You know trying to become a filmmaker and i was watching everything spiel doing and tobe hooper and chainsaw massacre in doing so Like i said. I i you know i recommend it but i totally see your points too. So yeah it's up to you audience to make your yes. We'll leave it up to you. So so i would love listening but if you're looking for balls out horror film it's not so agree with is not so now it's kind of a. It's actually a horror film you can watch with your entire family. Yeah it's like a family. Sifi churchill disney. Yeah yeah basically down amityville horror. I don't know how else you guys like that. So a couple of scares and aruna in with a tree where the yes gets almost eaten by tree. Which is kinda book was that i don't know i just like the scenes that joe beth women williams going on the wall and she's trying to keep her shirt down and her paintings. She was in her underwear. Man i know as like suggested that she were that. I don't think you i bet i'm sorry but that's all well known. I guess we'll wrap things up. Thank you for listening to another s guys. Appreciate your vein to Watch us of course if you are listening on apple podcasts or any other your favorite apps subscribe to us. He never miss an episode. That's right and visit us on horror. Vein dot com for more horror. Shit yes drop us a line. Leave us a message. Let us know how we're doing wagging they're mean to all the people in ireland. That are puzzled. Shout out to the irish wishing to us lovely shade. Run the karch in ireland. We really appreciate it and thank you for your support. Hopefully to listen to us and q. And we'll talk to you next week. I so i don't know what we're doing next week. It's dis check to pick. Yeah yeah so. I guess he'll let us know. Throw throwing a little teaser. I'm thinking about your next. But i haven't decided yet our next. Oh yeah oh here we go. It's great co host podcast. Let me know gonna say let me guess dot. It's a home invasion. It is ago. I thought it was. Well it's not a definite is just. It's just the thought right now. Okay so we might be doing that one. But we might not. We'll see but that's in the forefront of my mind the ghost here don't keep disrupting the podcast and my computer larry is. Oh my god. I was like freaking out like robbie there are you. they're we talking about. Pull the guys. We got pulled. Two guys live our own. That's pretty cool. Earth movie to do it with all this crap happening happened to us before. So i know take it as you will. You know yes. It's.
"1982" Discussed on Horror Vein
"So. We had some technical difficulties there. I'm having a power outage poltergeist. Wow i've never had. That happened before. That was weird that we're the birthday song that's never happened either. So this is. This is a hell of an episode. We apologize for that don. I'm sorry what i was trying to say. I guess the power outage hosts were not too happy about your no yeah. I'm a better walk away from my duty. Oh yeah so no what. I was trying to say that. I was thinking it was going to be more like amityville horror conjuring and it's not we've done in the eighties and i get that so if if you're going into thinking that no you're not going to get but if you're going like you said if you know more t. s. close encounters ask type supernatural entertaining film Than yeah absolutely it's just to me. It's not a horror film. It's more of a sci. Fi supernatural thriller. But i use that term thriller loosely With with a good with a good message at the end with a very good message. And i i agree with the characters and the family dynamic and the family bond and the mother daughter. I agree with all that that was great I guess i just had different expectations. So yeah so the sound problem that i had that didn't help you. There helped if i. If i would ahead his booming sound that i should have had with my new soundbar and several for and so i didn't get any other volume so yeah that's why you didn't like it. 'cause you're pissed off. That's i thought my broke. And i'm getting all upset. Diana's like you know women don't get at least my my wife doesn't give a shit about any of that. She's not an audio three. Like i am. She could give a shit about a soundbar. I mean come on. That's it she does has no bearing on her her enjoyment. She just yet she's like. Why are you must work out so anyway. So does she listen to this sometime. Shut it off drug. I'm in trouble. No but so. I i feel like i don't want to bash the. I hope it doesn't feel like i'm done. You can pass like doing that. You can do that. I don't wanna do that. 'cause i respect spielberg i respect toby. I love them both. I really do and i. i guess. That's what i wanted to say. Just wanted to get that off my chest that see it like that type of spielberg film. I think you'll love it. But don't see it with expectations of like like i was saying like amityville or like a conjuring. Thanks supernet crazy ass supernatural shit that you know it's going to blow your out of your chair. You know that's not what this is. It's not a creepy scary jump. Scare type edgier nail biter is just not it's not it's just more entertaining and You know sifi so yeah. That's what i would. That's what i would say. So and that's what they can and that's what spielberg comes at it. Like just like he did with with close encounters. Because if you look at close encounters as great as that movie is it's got that spielberg touch where it's kinda like toned down for kids right. You know and he had their reputation at that time. He i think he wanted to get away from you. Know that horror film director because he did jaws ended so well a lot of people. Consider that you know a horror film and itself. Oh yeah it's more. Yeah i learned whatever but it does have a lot of elements to it so people were really excited when they heard that spielberg was attempting. Horror film poltergeist and of course you know tobe hooper. Even though his credit as director was kinda like sidelined and spielberg ended up writing a letter to him apologizing for that allow. You know he felt bad that you know. A lot of people weren't paying attention to him. They paying more attention to spielberg guys. Doing a horror film holy pair about. Yeah you got you know. I i know once we were you know. He's changed he. When i wasn't expecting when i saw schindler's list i was not. I just going to say i was not expecting that i was expecting. Oh well what could spill a subject matter. How and it's brutal and you're like wow spielberg did. He got best director. for that. He went he went all the awards for that. Yeah house on that. It is bloody black and white. It's very bloody it's gone. I never would have guessed fierberg if you if you watch that film. That's like really. Wow when you watch the film is exquisite. It's grant create a filmmaking every framing. It film is taking with such and just got so balloon. I highly recommend that one. That's a great schindler's list. Must see i mean especially if you're going to be a filmmaker. Oh my guy you have to see the ads really good. I mean even even saving private ryan delete private ryan. He did program ryan to all night guy at the scene to scene on the beach lord. Well that opened the normandy ages. All my guys beginning. Yeah that most seen. I've seen unlocked brutal brutal. I mean he's changed and i'm like wow that would be great if spielberg went back and did a horror film now. You know just did a brutal horror film. Sure you know he could do it. Obviously but you know at this time. We poltergeists came out. He was the changing his tune going into the kids did. At i mean look at t and it's just like oh my god it's such a kids movie but it's getting really good film. It's fantastic amazing. It's got that tattoo. It and like i said i. It's not the the be all end all horror film. I like it for other reasons than writing a pseudo horror film. Yeah just like. I said you know mostly i loved the script. The script is unbelievable. Good If you're wanted to become a screenwriter. I would suggest trying to get a hold of the script and just read it and just study it because it's very well written. I mean it is amazing. It is an amazing script. 'cause they take out all the cheesy effects that are in it. And then you're like you see it for what it is in the dynamic of the character development in the story and it's very well done and Yeah i i would use that as kind of like a like a platform for any movie that make you know anyway. You can't go wrong with spielberg you can then again i didn't i didn't i didn't dislike the movie i just but again i mean you know. He wasn't wasn't really the director. I mean he hit a lot of influence. Yeah but it didn't feel like a tobe hooper movie nowadays and it really didn't so when it first came out it was exciting. Because you're like. Wow tober guy. Did texas chainsaw massacre and steven spielberg together to shit. I know i know. It's kind of like romero and stephen king and stephen king with creepshow..
"1982" Discussed on Horror Vein
"But it was a problem so it was a problem so that took away from the film to and i'm like i thought something was wrong with my. I just got this thing for christmas. And i'm like after the movie. I put another movie on was fine. You know normally put it up to like you know volume number sixteen or seventeen and that's plenty now. I had this thing up to thirty and it was just like this should be blown me through the wall and it's not so that that was bad so that i mean that's not the fault of the movie you know some that's taken out of the film so i don't know if you really got you know the maybe i didn't. I never thought no. I mean i get it. You know the thing. The thing about this movie is is that really. It really set the standard for that type of movie because no one haggling it when it came out this type of movie this nineteen eighty-two yeah in spielberg's at the at the height of his his notoriety at that time yeah and You know and. I don't know it's you have to look at it passed for the you know you look you so all. It's a poltergeist. You know it's not really it's about family and the film. I don't really shows the strength of a mother and daughter bond. And that's that's the that's the really with the heart in the movies about and that's what i am. This is what i really like about steven spielberg films in general his portrayal of family. Like in the same thing. You get this Portrayal of family. And it's a different than you've seen in any other movie. And he kept true. It is captured as much as you like. Jaws but in poltergeist he get. It is see the family like families. I mean it's a believable family structure there and it wor. I agree but one thing. I wanted to ask you. Sure fry forget one thing. I was just scratching my head on was towards the beginning. You know when In the kitchen you see the stairs checked stacked and the ma and the mom was like what the hell kind of like whoa as you as anybody would normally react but then a in the scene after that or shortly after that i feel like she just bought into it like she's on she's she's on board. She believes this thing. She's not scared of it anymore. Know what i mean. It just seemed like it's pretty quick. Well i don't know that. I was kinda i see that as okay. You know back then. Housewife stayed home. And the you know. The man was the breadwinner and right. So housewife's actually get bored of the day to day routine so if something new like this like like a ghost and it's taking place during the day so she's not feeling threatened and it just you know stuff like okay so i took it as. Hey it's something new. Let's check this out. Then she she she shoving what it down the floor and i'm obviously. She didn't think it was a ghost so she thought something. Something else was happening at the scene in the kitchen where they're sliding across and the chairs and stuff like that. Yeah that's like a like a weird thing and a lot of people don't want to admit that something bad's happening now. She doesn't realize it's a bad thing until her daughter gets taken right back then. She becomes scared and she does it differently right then. There's kind of like a novelty like. Oh this could end at any time. It's just like something weird just happened here phenomenon. Okay just struck me weird. I don't know. I can see that but that would the whole time. That's how i take it but you're going in preconceived you already have these preconceived notions that it's a horror film and at that point you're still in this family structure. Where if something like that happening. How do you tell other people without them. Thinking you're crazy you have to show him right. Yeah nobody would believe it until you showed. It said that there's a whole bunch of chair stacked up and they don't know how it happened. I angry and all of a sudden the chair's going across the room in you're like well you got to see you know the up into yet right. You're what have you been drinking drinking all day. That's true it. Just but i get where you're coming from but that's how i see it. That's how you okay. I see it as part of the family of consider family was pretty open. You know. there's a scene. Here's a scene in the movie where she goes. Remember when you had the open mind. And that's before. She chose him in the chair moving. Oh yeah he was kind of like. I don't know what this is but no one's going into the kitchen to i find out what it is and he didn't think it was a ghost either. It's at the first thing that popped in their head. They weren't horror fans. Obviously so right. But i liked it namic. I mean i like okay. I like how that family reacts to. It seem realistic to me. And i think somebody going. Oh my god that's chairs on the table. Mcadam freaking out what it is. Oh you know work. I liked him coming at it as a novelty at first and then all of a sudden now it's dangerous. Okay all right okay. Like i said your point isn't valid. But that's how yeah. Yeah so it's a good point it is. It wasn't jay. I want to ask you about that. I just yeah i It was entertaining it. Just it just wasn't. I don't know i know it's gated. I know that you know a first time. i'm sure it was one credible groundbreaking. And all that i was and i know that you know fans loved this film and I don't know if i just. I like a different style. you know and But i can appreciate. I can appreciate the film. Absolutely you know and i know that they were going for well. I agree with you that you know the special effects are very dated. You can tell they are the one When she's trying to get into the room and looks like a puppet. I don't know what the hell that thing was. And the yeah and then when they go into the room with the you know the investigators and the things flying around. It's like well. That's pretty obvious and i really liked that scene. I just think it's a kind of a test that humor. You know whether They bring the investigators in and sitting around the table and the coffee mugs. Moving around and the lights flicker and she's like there'll be another one you know next year. Yeah it's like. That's not what the movie's about and that's really when you get it. It's like they don't care about the ghost and if they're going to kill him all i care about is getting their daughter back and that's the central focus. How they out. And then then when he bring when he bring in the clairvoyant and she's a piece of work line. It's an interesting character. I like care. I liked her as a character. Yeah I don't know if a midget who she smaller little people like me and i like her attitude. 'cause actually that's realistic because she's probably been picked on her life and all names all your stuff all different and But just like her attitude and that's exactly what happens when You know the father reacts to her and he's like what is this you know he's like we bringing in. Is this the circus or whatever. I don't forget the lines that he says but he's like he's like i'm trying to talk to my mind right. Didn't answer and then eventually she does okay but yeah i understand something. All the stuff that happens in this movie has been taken and put into so many other horror films all so i can see you not liking this film. Because.
John Connolly, former Boston FBI agent, to be released from a Florida prison
"From prison for a disgraced FBI agent connected with mobster Whitey Bulger. Ask and you shall receive 80 year old John Conley requested a medical release from President Florida. Now the Florida Commission on Offender Review has said yes by a vote of 2 to 1. For years, Conley was the FBI's handler of notorious mobster Whitey Bulger, and he was convicted in 2000 and eight on charges related to the killing of world highlight President John Callahan in Fort Lauderdale. Way back in 1982. He was sentenced to 40 years in prison. That's not happening. Under the terms of his medical release, Conley is supposed to stay in a specified residents or a hospice facility. But it's not present. Carl
Unpacking The Surge In Violence Against Asian Americans
"Seeing a surge and anti Asian attacks against the elderly. A 91 year old man was violently shoved to the ground in Oakland's Chinatown in 84 year Old Man was killed in San Francisco last month. And this uptick in anti Asian violence is not just local wrestled. Young is a professor of Asian American studies at San Francisco State University and co founder of Stop A P I Hate, which is tracking these incidents. And professor have the number and kinds of these incidents against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders change since the pandemic began. Yeah, in the beginning at the start of the pandemic, when people had higher fears when shelter in place started. And when President Trump began to insist on using the term China virus, we saw clear surge of racism. We saw how hate speech like using the term China virus led to hate violence. And I think that has invited a climate where people can target Asian Americans and attack them. It's really horrifying the crimes against our elderly population. You know, my mom's 94. I grew up with my grandmother. So for the Asian American community, see our elders. An attack like this is particularly Horrific and touches close to home. There have been previous waves of hate crimes against Asian Americans over in our country's history, obviously and during periods of economic distress going back Two the murder of instant shin in Michigan in 1982. Does this seem different to you? We've seen surges and racism against Asian American during times of epidemic. During times of war like Japanese American incarceration, Yes or 9, 11 and in times of economic downturn. It's different now, because we're have all three conditions. We have the pandemic. We have the worst recession since the Great Depression. And we have the U. S. China Cold War. What kinds of incidents are you seeing? Um, Obviously we've seen these brutal physical attacks against the elderly Recently. What other kinds of incidents are you seeing? Yes. Oh, about 8% of our incidents are physical thoughts were getting pushed and showed having rocks and bottles thrown at us another of large percentage. We're getting coughed and spat upon 8% of our cases. So my own wife was Running insulin disc, locked her away on a trail and coughed in her face That's happened so often again. We began to track it and because because people think we're a health hazard, so they want to get back at us by coughing at us, it's sort of unique to the pandemic. Most cases, though, our verbal harassment 70% are we're getting yelled at again. We have racial slurs slung at us, but the other, not this micro aggressions. They're pretty traumatizing. They're really troubling these cases of hate. And how satisfied are you with the response by law enforcement in the community, especially here locally with these recent incidents. Think law enforcement and local jurisdictions have been responsive. They recognized the problem. I think it's because Asian American community has advocated and stood up so strongly. President Biden issuing a memo announcing the anti Asian here. I think that's a victory for the Asian American community breath. These concerns his attention. You know, Friday's Lunar New Year do you have, you know heightened safety concerns around This, uh, this upcoming holiday? Yeah, we do. Asian American only are often going out shopping may have more money and then could be more vulnerable. So we're calling in at least in the San Francisco Bay area is for local residents to go out and patronize Chinatown because of the pandemic, Things had been shut down. And so the elderly when they do go out or more isolated if we could have more residents going out shopping, strolling not acting as vigilantes or patrols, but just being present. Also calling for more funding for community ambassadors, not necessarily more policing. But more hiring of local residents who know the neighborhood come from the community that speech of the merchants and the residents. No, even serving the UN house. People in our neighborhood. Okay.
Billy Conigliaro, First Player Drafted By Boston Red Sox, Dies At 73
"This just in to the WBC news room. Billy Comically Arrow, the first ever drafted by the Boston Red Sox and brother of Tony Connick Lee Arrow has died. Ah, Hometown native Billy was born in Revere and graduated from Swampscott High School. It was the Red Sox fifth overall pick and Major League baseball's inaugural first player draft. In his big league debut. He had two home runs against the Baltimore Orioles in 1969 in 1970, he shared the Fenway Park outfield with his brother, Tony. When Tony suffered a heart attack in 1982 Billy devoted his life to caring for his brother until he died in 1990 Billy comically era survived by his wife, Qi Sha. He was 73 years old.
Sales of existing homes up 0.7% in December, pushing 2020 sales pace to a level not seen in 14 years
"The National Association of Realtors reports 5.64 million homes were sold in 2020. That is the highest level since 2006. In a struggling economy. The home sales last year were stunning. But the desire for larger suburban homes was just incredibly strong. The numbers would have been even larger. Have there been more supply, which was at its lowest since at least 1982 low supply high demand. That also means higher prices of 13% from December 2019 to December
Former Seattle Sonics coach Paul Westphal dies after long battle with brain cancer
"Coach and Hall of Fame basketball player Paul Westie Westfall has passed away if he makes son confirming his death yesterday. He was 70. No cause of death was given, although he had been diagnosed with brain cancer last August. Five time All Star Guard Westfall played in the MBA from 70 to 84 around here. He played one season for the SuperSonics from 1982 81. Then he spent three seasons as the head coach of the team from 1998 to the year, 2000. Peace
'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom' could put Chadwick Boseman in select Oscar company
"Film is called Ma Rainey's Black bottom. It premieres on Netflix. Michelle Pelino has more Ma Rainey's black finding premieres on Netflix, starring Viola Davis, says the title character and Chadwick Boseman in his final performance. The film is based on the 1982 August Wilson play. It takes Place one single afternoon in Chicago, 19. 27 in its studio where the great blues singer has come to make a record will be ready to go in 15 minutes already going, Madam says. We're ready to go, and that's way go around here. Tensions rise between rainy and her ambitious horn player played by Bozeman, who has big dreams, but racial unrest at the time, feed their frustrations. The film is dedicated to Bozeman, who died in August set 43 of colon cancer. Movie
Former Rangers GM Eddie Robinson, Baseball’s Oldest Living Player, Turns 100 Years Old
"League baseball's oldest former Player turns 100 years old Today. Eddie Robinson played first base over a 15 year playing career was seven teams from 1942 to 1957. He then stayed in baseball after retirement and worked his way up to being the general manager of the Atlanta Braves, from 1972 to 1976 and the Texas Rangers from 1978 to 1982. Robinson was a four time All Star and currently resides in Fort Worth with his wife, Betty. Well,
Italian 1982 World Cup hero Paolo Rossi dies aged 64
"Italy continues to mourn. The passing of footballing legend paolo rossi nineteen hundred eighty. Two world. cup hero passed away this week. At the age of sixty four they see some of the headlines sports summing it up simply for always craig still with so shocked. But we'll get his thoughts and just you were telling me nineteen eighty two really your first world cup experience a fan at least ten or eleven year old just watching and seeing all these great players. I'd never seen because we didn't get the pictures by them was holiday any soccer on tv particularly from from other countries in europe. But the game i remember was was rossi scoring a hat trick in this game here against a fantastic brazil side in a knockout stages and the game was three two. It was a terrific game. The socrates zico in deir in junior. And of course great italians say and polaroid was just a belief from had a three year bonds for a much fixing scandal that was reduced to two years so ends will basil. Could pick them so. It can fly italian team. And i just remember him as this great portrait of goals. Of course the final daily the great when when he's running away given all out. That was the foster world cup. That i really remember. I remember watching that game in particular brazil vs italy because it was so many great players on the field and of course pro rossy got hot track to knock out that brazilian team Rossi won the golden boot the golden ball and the tournament. Yeah not a bad. Summer's work there Shock you always say that nineteen seventy eight was your first world cup but you obviously would have been paying attention in eighty two. What do you remember about rossi listeners. As coming from it's almost by default to you adopt brazil as the national team that you follow for the international competitions so from a brazil perspective heartbreak seventeenth specially with argentina. Gone on to win it. And then that eighty two team and how talented. It was still referred to as the best team to have not won the world cup or the expectation around brazil going into that tournament. Even all the pre-game expectations brazil against italy. How how one sided was going to be and then upsets paolo rossi on his hat trick. That craig mentioned for me also. It was kind of my my first exposure to that kind of strike on in the six yard box kind of striker as instinctive as clinical as he was on how the ball always seem to find players. Like like paolo rossi. That was an education for me as as a young fan despite the disappointment around brazil. An unexperienced that. I will never forget the very least a performance on an individual that i will never forget of course a hat trick in the match against brazil couple of goals in the semi final against poland. And then the opener in the final against west germany. There you see. Many career accomplishments paolo. Rossi passed away earlier this week. At the age of sixty four.
Paolo Rossi, who led Italy to 1982 World Cup, dies at 64
"Gab. A sad day as paolo rossi passed away last night. Eight sixty four. You'll memories of him. Well i mean we. All i think most people around the world right world defined by the first world cup that we remember and for me. I woke up. And i remember was nineteen eighty-two which is pretty good if you happen to be italian 'cause we got pretty well But also obviously at the center that that that a hat trick against brazil epic game. Against what i think was greatest world cup team yet. Never win a world. Cup and in my lifetime was absolutely epic. I got to meet him afterwards. He was always a very laid back. Never took himself too seriously. I'm just very gentle guy you know. I don't wanna term lightweight in a negative sense but that's kind of how it felt. When was he expected to do so. Well in that world cup now known coming off two years where he didn't play and he was. He was embroiled in a betting scandal before that and it was a really really big deal that ends up. It's time to come back. It was a classic sort of redemption story for him. Never quite made the great at club level after that world cup they bring him back for the six cup But still he was. He was tremendous tremendous striker. Tremendous figure i think and also nineteen seventy eight. You might remember this too. He had a big world cup. They're scoring three goals freely as they can put the came to the tournament. Yeah fourth actually filter. sorry yes. They lost to brazil in the rank. Flat
Former Giants coach Ray Perkins dies at 79
"Buck's head coach Ray Perkins, has died at the age of 79 Perkins was at the helm of the Buccaneers from 1987 through 1990 with the win loss record of 19 and 41. He also played for it later coached Alabama winning three bowl games Coach The New York Giants 1979 to 1982 Perkins was 79.
"1982" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"Although just like peak Belushi. So into all that stuff what what affected you more John Lennon dying or John Belushi John Belushi for sure I think John Lennon was away nineteen, Eighty I. Understand. I remember my brothers saying it in my mom reacting but I don't remember. Understanding what that Meant, What's interesting to me is because my parents actually had Beatles records in the house and I grew up loving the Beatles ever since I was four years old. Yeah I was really more. I I was I was really upset about the the John Lennon dying, but I was even more upset that they preempted little house on the prairie to with news coverage of it and I mean that night was little house on the prairie night at John Lennon is a cultural figure. To See this episode of little on the Prairie, it's far more important to know what happened to the ingles I was really upset about it. and. Then when John Belushi died I, didn't even hear about it. I think I remember watching. On a Friday night and he was my favorite show and during the end credits they announced that it would move to Sunday nights. The. Chip, says a new night and I remember looking at my dad and just realizing I won't be able to watch it anymore because it starts at eight and.
"1982" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"From they told him and then he never talked about the record. So Weird. Yeah, listen to this. Article. Just like interesting ship. came. So. That's kind of the extent of their solo stuff up until this point right I mean. Yeah. So that's everything that they put out in one, thousand, nine, hundred, one they put out, which is a lot of stuff a lot of stuff. And and then you know, of course, we can talk about briefly they put out a live record around the next year called. The name of this band is talking heads, which was an interesting way to put together a live record where. Each side of it was from a different year right. So the first side was I believe the. It was from the more songs about buildings and food tour I believe and then the next side was the fear of music and then the second LP was all. With. The expanded band that they've been touring with remain of light and there's I mean. Subbing he sends obviously is. A classic. It's a quintessential. It's super interesting to to hear essentially this is the only recording of. The Adrian blue. Because Adrian blue. Because he ends up joining King Crimson, and saying like enough we're talking heads, right Robert Frisco. Yeah. Robert trip calls him up and he's like a prog rock guy anyway because he worked with Frank Zappa and PR- Robert. free, calls him up and goes, Hey, do you want to do you want to be in King Crimson he later talking heads and then he feels kind of burned by them anyway. So he just he just takes off. So the name of this band is talking heads that whole second l. p. and on the CD they expanded even further. Is Essentially the document you have of Adrian blue playing with talking heads and it's really interesting to hear essentially the Stop Making Sense Group with Adrian Lou doing weird. Guitar. Sounds, on it. So yeah, let's hear a little bit of this is warning side. Burn. Adrian blue. Chiming in every there it is. Making Weird noises with his guitar. Pretty. Awesome And they talk about how they loved playing with him because he never. Like, he would never play the same thing twice right he they never had to say like, okay, you play at this he would just play whenever he wanted and they loved. Anything, that ever played with them because it all sounded great and additive and insane. That's awesome. Let's hear a little bit of the drugs because I know that you and I don't really like that song necessarily on record but the lifers Kinda slaps. Let's hear this. Yes Here, they're the light during. It sounds pretty similar. Here's lifetime. Fast. Faster as the backup singers. This is I believe this is still alive McDonald's and known a Hendrix were still with them at the time. Cody. Because he roberts. a little bit of a born under punches just to hear taste of this. Physical record because it, it gives every era of. Ending and on. TV. It's just. So much music. It's great. Yeah. So at the end of. All of this they put out this record, this live record sort of stopgap. Everyone. Assumes that they're putting it out because they're breaking up. But no,.
"1982" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"Essentially. This whole record is kind of like. It's a party record it. It's trying to be sort of like have a lot of different influences from funk to world music. A Lot. A lot of these songs aren't even really songs. They're just sorta like sketchy stuff like there's one song booming and zooming, which just has Chris farts like. Essentially doing. Like radio a radio transmission on it but then weirdly enough like one of the songs became. So fucking huge it probably will transcend anything talking heads ever puts out like I think it'll be. Popular for years and years to come when people have just basically forgotten talking heads. This is genius of love track to. A. Away. What what Song didn't write carry us. heartbreaker. heartbreak jerk got the Yeah. This has been sampled so many times. In signed a list. I mean I remember hearing this. Not Knowing it was had anything to do with talking. I. Thought it was just A. A Different Band or whatever this this. Is just. It's so much of a part of. Of The cultural collective consciousness totally everyone just noses. Okay. People who've INC genius of love include Public Enemy Redman. Cameron. Second to none. To Park Seagram plus two rhymes pm dawn Erick sermon. Warren G. Just goes on and on and on this week here the. Mariah Carey. File. Booted up. It's crazy to you because this was like a huge worldwide smash hit and. The only thing David. Ever said to them about it. was a few years later. In like an elevator, he turned to prison Tina to said, how did you get those hand clubs? Yeah and that was the only thing he ever said about in fact when they were all in a taxi together and their manager. They don't know why he's decided to say it in front of Mr Burns but he says Oh guess what the club record just went gold which talking heads had never done. And everyone's just silent..
"1982" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"Weird way to. Spend your many. bozos. So they buy this apartment which. On the street where where it was, they don't have numbers for any of the houses all of the all of the buildings have names. So they name it the Tom Tom Club just like as a joke. Their apartment. Yeah. Yeah. So Day One comes and goes and Lee. Scratch Perry doesn't show up and according to Chris Book. He's like we figured. Yeah, sure. I mean he's he's not the most punctual guy in the world one day. That's fine. He'll be here tomorrow. Two. Weeks go by. He does not show up. And finally gets them on the phone. Is Like Dude? Are you coming to produce the record like every? It's all set up. We have your airfare like everything is all paid for and he's like, Oh yeah. Yeah, definitely. Definitely definitely do that you can depend on you I will be there deal. Here's the deal. Here's what you gotta do. You just gotTa. Pay Me. A thousand dollars an hour to to be there. So every hour gets one Bozo. Bozo he says, look I'll definitely be there for a bozo an hour every sixty minutes. One Bozo do we have a deal and they're like, wait a second and they go well. You're trying to price yourself out. Are, you just looking for an excuse not to go like that's that would cost so much money to pay you a thousand dollars an hour he goes no problem. We'll. We'll finish the record in eight hours. Draws Lord. I guess you could make a record nate hours if all the songs were already written and you're just like rip through them like the Ramones or something, but they were trying to do this thing where more of a collective where they were jamming and stuff. So they're like Lee Scratch Perry later Bro. So. He ends up not doing it. They. Horse. Yeah, no problem. We'll be done i. just need eight I need eight. And We got. So. Instead they turn to Stephen Stanley, who was the guy who was working with Brian Eno on remain in light and they'd clear that with. With Chris Blackwell and he says great idea. Yeah. Great. Just send me the single go ahead and do the single. Okay. So this is where it starts to get. Weird. So. They. Ask. A bunch of people to come down to Nassau but. According to Adrian belew our old friend, the tiny newsome loves. He goes down. He doesn't have any kind of deal with them right? Just he's he essentially according to him. This is according to him. Yes. He goes down. And spends a couple of weeks there. and. A sensually nothing is written and he ends up writing. Along with Chris and Tina up writing Tom Tom Club record right. But he's. He doesn't make a deal. So he's being paid as a session musician, right? So he's jamming. With them and he doesn't think much of it. He's like, yeah, it's cool. Whatever you know. I'm working talking heads and working with these guys. Everything's cool will work out the deal it'll all be fine. He leaves after a couple of weeks. He gets when he finally gets the album he listens to it and he's like first of all a lot of his guitar work has taken off of it because the producer didn't like loud distorted guitar. that. Being the producer that was a Stephen Stanley we just met. So. A lot of his guitar work has taken off but a lot of the guitar work that's taken off they have then made those guitar lines the melody of the song. And turn them into the singing parts and did he get writing credit realizes he wrote most of the songs on the record and in fact on one called elephants? He plays like all of the the instruments on it. And then he looks at the writing credits and he's not on any of them. Who? He and he says, well. It's probably not worth making a big deal out of it. These guys are my friends. He he this is according to him. He calls them up to say, Hey, a leaves a message. Hey, we need to renegotiate this because like I wrote a lot of this record and they go see him and they never call it. Wait. Tina and Chris far it's. Kind of do the same thing to him that that happened to them on remaining. Josh. Ironic. Name. Now that is according to Adrian Blue, and that's his side of the essentially like went years and years kind of feeling like he got especially when one of the songs becomes a huge hit. Yeah huge. He feels like, okay. Well, I just got screwed out of a lot of money and I got he I think he got paid a he said. Eight bozos to do that and. So now according to Chris. So I was really I'd read that and I'd read articles about it in one of the talking heads books goes into it in detail with quotes from him and everything and I read that. So I was interested to see what Chris writes about it in his book yeah. He'll remember anything about the. Okay. So what he says is We really liked Adrian from working you know from touring top heads with him. So we really liked him. So we offered him we were like, Hey, bring your wife.
"1982" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"And started something I. Think a little bit of a cultural moment there. Yeah. During sex. Of. Okay. So Christina they say, well, fuck, we gotta do something because we need money. So they call up the head of sire records which had just been bought by Warner Brothers I think you have them. So they had a lot more money and. Head of Sire record says No I can't afford another talking at Solo record. No, I'm not gonNA give you a deal. So. Cool. Thanks. Thanks Bro. Appreciate preach preach. Getting any Bozos from you. That is a negative on the Bozos them I assume negative the those. So they call their manager and their manager says, well, you know I guess I could call up my friend Chris Blackwell. Over at island records now, Chris Blackwell very very. Influential. Record. Company owner who did yeah. Basically broke Bob Marley. and. He was records island records. He was really bummed when he didn't sign talking heads that when when they went to sire instead. So he was like, fuck. This. Fac Bob Marley, shut the backup. Trying to grieve. Trying to get make more bozos. Hundreds of Boza hundreds of those. So, how many Bozos does Mark Zuckerberg by the way? Is Network Guy I. Mean. Can you even measure that that amount of does he must have a million Bozos? At least a million bozos. Five hundred million bozos no, he doesn't. He's a billionaire. Yeah but a bose, a thousand. I know but a thousand, a thousand, hundred, million times. One. Bozo. So, Chris Blackwell says. Yeah I would love to do a a record deal with you guys what if you did what you came down to to to Nassau and just made a single first. What do you say and then we'll figure out if you're going to do an album. So. They say, yeah, that's cool. And they get this idea in their head. What if we did kind of a collective record you know where we got a bunch of friends and we jammed and we all just kind of like. Came up music. Wow, he's. fucking we'd. So they go down. First of all before they go down, they say there's only one person that can produce this record and that is Lee Scratch Perry. Yeah. The reliable lease cranberry Perry ever reliable. So they go in here, clock set your wife. They go and meet him at the Howard Johnson Hotel in New York, which is coincidentally just two years later where I stayed. On my first trip to New York when I was old yes. The one with the like diner in it and time that was it I don't think it's there anymore. So they go meet him and he he says, yeah, I definitely I'm not going to attempt to do voice I. Hope you mind. Lease scratches voice. Yeah No, I'm not going to do an impersonation of them I think about it. No I'm he says, yeah, definitely. I definitely want to do this and they go. All right Bro-. We'll see down there they give them the date that he's supposed to be there and he's like definitely. So they go problem whatsoever course there there are you talking to? Scratching on me. They go down to Nassau they I guess with the money they got for the record they they buy an apartment. With a beautiful view out to the ocean and they they renovate it and. which is a.
"1982" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"So Jon Hassell like, yeah that sounds good to me And then instead of. The desert, old Sour PUSS and Mr Burns go to a studio in L. A.. And they start working on it without him now this is. This is disputed Mister Burns says like well, we invited him and he just never showed up. I don't know whether he had a date. And you know because he he he was going out with a lot of ladies at the time. Also. This is the eighty. So maybe at the return some videos. Could be he also could have been watching speeches by. Ronnie Reagan. Wear Way L. Mr Gorbachov build that wall. Yeah good. I mean you know all all sorts of things could have been going on. But he he. So he doesn't now John Hassel in in recent interviews he says. Well they started the record without me. It was always supposed to be a three person record. They sent me tapes of what they done based on my work. And it sound I I didn't like it sounded Kinda bad to me. so I decided not to be on it. which then I guess turned into a rift with him and Brian Eno over the years which lasted a really long time until I guess John Hassel says years and years or decades. Later, he wrote a fifty page letter to Brian Eno. Trying to clear the air. At which is when they reconnected now they're working together but he does say. He's had this is a quote I've had zero contact with that. He's not exactly in the same intellectual class with Brian. So that's not surprising. Yeah So he he I guess when it comes out by the way they did they did a photo shoot of three of them. They cannot in a French magazine that was sort of like the French life and Rolling Stone magazine. where it was talking about how they're doing this record together. So the record comes out he's not a part of it for whatever reason. And he feels kind of ripped off and says that he didn't have the kind of managers that could have sued them. So he feels he feels burnt by all sour puss and this is. Because they had planned to record together and then. And then site how he he's not part of it at the end of it whether he chose not to be a part of it because he didn't like what they were doing or he just didn't show up or they but it's not like he recorded a bunch of stuff for them and they used it and I think they think he did like send them some tapes of him playing some stuff which they bay songs on I don't know exactly what it is. He's not credited as a writer on any of these songs. So who knows but he he kind of felt like he had a court case. And but then ended up clearing the air with with old Sour puss and now they work together. So these guys just cannot make an album without. Controversy regarding the writing credits and So my life in the Bush of ghosts a classic. That is fun to listen to, but is not on permanent rotation for either of us. It sounds like. No. So there by the way, the reason this does not come out until nineteen eighty-one is they had a lot of it was one of the first. Instances of sample clearance issues, they they apparently, there was one sample of someone that they just could not clear and it took years and years, and then they couldn't clear it, and so they ended up having to rework. some of the songs which will sour puss says now, will it actually made the album better I'm glad we couldn't clear it. Of course. Of course. So. This comes out February of Nineteen eighty-one. Meanwhile. Finally Mr Burns tells everyone talking heads. Yeah I'm making this Solo. Record. And so. George Harrison is like, well, you're GONNA make, Zola Record I'm going to make a solo record. So he gets money from Sire, their record label to go make a solo record. and. then. Chris Tina are sitting there going like well, we don't really WanNa make a solo record. Until they look at their bank account I guess After this tour. The whole band looked at their bank accounts and there was no money in them like they haven't made any money in this band. Strangely enough. Chris and Tina had two thousand dollars in the bank. So they're like, well, we better make us all record. Meanwhile. Mr. Burns who been we talked last episode you've been dating Toni Basil the choreographer. Zere. He is contacted by another choreographer named. Tharp, right May. Deal big deal was a big part of the New York art scene. And I, came about because. She was under the impression that dance should be just as big as rock music. She's like why aren't wire dance shows treated like rock shows? Why isn't it considered to be as popular and she was dating Bill Graham. Promoter at the time. And she was like I should collaborate I. She'd already choreographed some of our dances to rock music that had already been recorded. But she's like I should collaborate with with a band who should I collaborate and Bill Graham says talking heads definitely. So she goes okay great and she calls up. Mr Burns. Whom she? Apparently felt would share this with the rest of the band and instead he just turned up so low. A.. Goes in and has lunch with her in New York and says like Oh. Yeah. Sure. I'll do. It doesn't include the rest of the band. And so that's how Catherine wheel came about. So this is how Catherine wheel comes about he goes. Yeah. Okay. Let's collaborate on. This also starts dating Twyla Tharp. Who Ends Up between Twyla Tharp and Toni Basil they both really influenced Mr Burns's dancing on stage because with all of the. Musicians. And them sounding. So funky he realizes he's got to loosen up so he with them on dance moves. So. What comes out of this is the next record to come out in thousand nine, hundred, the Catherine Wheel, which essentially is the soundtrack to a dance project the Twyla tharp put together. which I have not seen. Have you seen any of it? No, but One of the songs is like one of my favorite songs on talking on stomaching sense. Yeah. Two of the songs ended up on stop making sense. And? So it's it's it's actually not all instrumentals like my life in the Bush of ghosts is it's it's a combination of instrumentals in Mr, Burns, solo.
"1982" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"And I don't know why like I can't figure it out that no one ever talks about why they hired Chris Farts in his book says, well, it wasn't my idea because I didn't think we needed it because Tina had already played the bass parts just to have. Some of those. grooves are so crazy and. All over the place seems like it seems like because I think Jerry Harrison. Because I think like George Harrison. Had sat down and written because he was talking to Mr Burns I think in and said, okay well, here's the musicians I think we need to replicate the sound on the record and he added another bass player for whatever reason because sometimes it's just like bump bump bump but don't put don't do you also want to. Took took it took it took a toll. Well they talk about how? Busted. Jerry Jones, he would. He would. He was supposed to be playing his parts, but he would always then start to play Tina's parts as well because technically he was a better bass player than her so he would just like play his own parts as well as Tina's parts which house some summer. I. Don't know but they all liked him. He was he was a cool guy. I'm sounds real. Cool. Stealing base parts from van member. It's not illegal. It is well not. Yet. But. They're just shattering norms here with. So they get this. Really Great. Great. Group together and they they go up and they play this Canadian Festival I seventy thousand people and they do first of all, they just have five people on to start the the the show it's talking heads plus Adrian blue and everyone's like okay this is cool and then they didn't do it like stop making sense where people came out one by one just. Suddenly you know everyone else came out and everyone in the crowds like what this is crazy because suddenly all these people are on the band and then they tear into these new arrangements of these new songs in everyone goes ape shit and thinks it's really awesome. Cool. Yeah, and that is how they started being more of a ten piece than a four piece and that would continue on into episode I started shredding ass all over the world. Like. You am I right before we got married. Shredding ass all over the world. So they they also came back and played central park and they were like, okay this is a really good sound but. They decide to take a break. and. Mr Burns we talked about on the last episode he had been making a secret album with old. Sour, puss. That Chris Parts went out and played drums on one track. He hadn't told anyone about it. And he was supposed to come out before remain in light. But it ended up having some issues which we can talk about. Now this is the album. Called my life in the Bush of ghosts. Let's hear a little bit of the first track. America is Mr Burns and sour. Yes. Mr Burns and smithers. Boot. In. This is music for like Sunday dinner at Grandma's house. You bring this record over to grab off. Sit, down and share it out the casserole because I've got a record I'd like to play put on some headphones. And listen to this like really listen to listen to this. You know what America's all about. So this is. This is this is a big deal record. Let's talk about conceptually in them. We can talk about how it came to be canceled. This came out in he can't wait really will you don't have to because we're starting right? That's all. This came out February one, thousand, nine, hundred one. and. became a huge huge record. Very. Influential. Essentially because what they're doing, you can hear a little bit here. For income. Sampling yes. This is one of the one of the first records to sort of sample. Dialogue from all over. This is Raid Taliaferro of. News Talk. AM eight ten. San Francisco. They recorded all of this. Sort of dialogue and and singers and people chanting. sermons. An exorcist. They recorded all these things or off the TV sometimes. And then they made them the sort of singing instead of having singing on the record they made these recordings, the the lead vocal track. Yeah. So, very influential record. People haven't really her I mean there there had been other record sort of like this that hadn't been popular. But this was the first time that sort of the New York art collective seen. Heard this kind of music before. Hurt this kind of music rather learning. And Not only was it sampling, but it also was sort of world music. It was a very influential in in that respect where. People started it's kind of continuing what they did with. He's umbrella and remained in light where they're taking world influences but they have. You know sort of Arabic singing going on and Lebanese things and it's your another track. Hey why not? What's.
"1982" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"With more. You talk and talk and heads to mytalk. After this. Welcome back. You talk and talk and heads to my talking head. And we're going to. Be Talking about. What happens with talking heads after they put out remain in light which we spoke about on our last record with tawny. What did you think Itani Tony's great Oh yeah. Tani's terrific and such A. Talented singer I had no idea a very talented person almost too much talent to be in. Human meet Buddy. Now just to be clear. We don't want you to cancel. Est.. Everyone on earth has a meet body. Tani? Yeah no humans elk. A meat body like. That meet body? No No, no, no, no no no. No body meaning flesh and bone you met her once. We meet with our bodies. We meet each other right. Okay. So when we last left off Adam. Talking heads had a tumultuous experience making remain in lights where they all got mad at each other. And a lot of issues with credit and. What initially started out as a record. That was supposed to be all of them just kind of jamming and being credited as one unit kind of ended up being an album where everyone fought over the credit forever. So. Talking heads had to. Go do these shows. Up, and there was a one up in Canada, which was a big festival show with Elvis, Costello and a bunch of other bands. At the time for seventy thousand people. That's a lot of people. That's ten times. The amount that that we played to when we did our last are you talking to rem? So, just to give you a little bit of a now I now I understand. Yeah. So they they really wanted to do songs from remain in light, but they couldn't. See how they would do it with the band just as a four piece. As. All. All of the songs are so complex. So and Brian Eno I. Guess. Told Them. No you won't be able to do this. Say That guy all salary. God. We know Brian Enough, we're already talking about this. Don't just. Ring my doorbell, and then we come in and tell us that and then leave we get it. So. They knew they had to fill out the band. So according to one of the books I read George Harrison was was the person to fill out the band and I mean this makes sense. He's a beetle he's connected. He knows. He knows everyone musician. Everyone in the music industry. Of course, he's going to know them. They're all gonna who he knows. He knows Ed Sullivan. White. Now, this is what I've been wondering. Why was it Ed Sullivan a member of talking heads touring band I don't know at least introduce them. He he he's friends like best friends with one of the members of the band. We have a really really big shoes today talking heads. Every night and It doesn't make any sense. So George Harrison the band together. And he I know of that. Ed, Sullivan. That's how he talked because of the Billy Joel. Video. Does Billy. What Billy Joel Video God what Song is it? It's gotta be off of his it's. Man to and sixties. Girl I think down girl. I what what happened? What boy I thought uptown girl was about like a poor kid who's who sees Christie Brinkley and gets a boner how does it? It's not uptown girl it. No I think it's a weird AL video actually. It's not billy Joel.
"1982" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"Show in in his going to take them back to their set and the person goes like get me a chicken Caesar Salad now no first thing get me a chicken Caesar Salad now. It's not lunchtime. It's like the person is going to have to basically either go to catering and see if they can. You know figure something out about it I can't remember whether lunch was coming three hours. You know way or it we had already eaten a but he was going to be a hassle. You know maybe they could have ordered it from a restaurant next door or something like that. So the versus like okay. Yeah we'll get on. The we'll get on that sir. I don't WanNa see. Okay. It is a man it is a man. Okay. Takes him up to his dressing room ten minutes later where is that Chicken Caesar Salad. And they finally are able to scrounge one up. You know like forty minutes later, the everyone takes a piss into it. I wish. So. And Gross. I just grossed your that, and it's so disgusting. What taking a Piss Onto a sal is in general is. But so so. A lot happens with this person I don't even want to go into, but they sound cool. They sound really cool. But but the one part that the reason why I was reminded of it is because. At a certain point, we're just at our wit's end with this person and they're staring into space during a break while we're waiting to set up for another shot in I have to be there next to him and I'm just like so why did you start? Why did you start acting and it was kind of me like trying to figure this guy out because the guy was obviously not having a good time. Yeah trying to figure out whether it was my show or every show or whatever, and the guy goes well. I looked at a list. Of High Paying? Jobs. Because I wanted to make a lot of money. And actor was was pretty high on the list. So I said, all right I'll do that. A lame answer it. But then but then the person said, what are you like college boy? Are you like College Grad or something like that? So then after just at. Terrorizing, day with this person and it's it's and that's not even the worst of it. I told my friend this story. And I don't I I don't like to publicly talk about anyone on who's who's been nice enough to be on the show. because. You know we didn't pay a ton of money there. You know we we paid everyone One particular rate that was negotiated early on in the in a in the first season you know because it was it was I think we call it the Jon Hamm rate because John accepted a really low rates. So. You could tell everyone eight Jon. Hamm. Took it. Yeah and and but you could never pay anyone more doing comedy Bang Bang. It's not like you're expecting to get like a bunch of money you're like yeah. So I I never would go out there and talk anyone who is you know bad on the show or whatever. But in this one particular instance I was just telling my friend And and that person didn't know this actor. WHO This actor was and was like Oh my God. He sounds like a nightmare and then three months later I get a call from my friend WHO's like Is this actor that you're talking about an unnamed the name as it? Yeah. Why? Because he got on the set parked his car immediately shouted for a chicken. Caesar Salad. And I said this I feel like you did tell me who this was at one point and I'm just forgetting can't wait to to find out. Yeah. In any case off air, I'll tell you even more horror stories about what what this person did. But I my point is is when you act, you hate it much like this guy yeah and and it it's it's I when I was a kid I was like what a high paying job. and. And that's how I got here I hate it and you are paid. So much money for just. amounts and. Boy Boy is it is it a lot of fun? It really is. All right we'll see next time. Thanks. Bye Bye. Man, to I love films this week they are they're real. They're really treating his right I tell you. Speaking of right it's time to end this episode of are you talking are HCP re me right now? So you next time. Bye.
"1982" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"Welcome back I love films. This is Scott and this is Scott. And we're talking about look. You can't mention films without talking about aspect your raise show. Yeah. We love him down with Pan and scan. You know you say the words Pan and scan makes me want to run to the bathroom and throw up in the toilet makes me want to throw up in a pan and then gannet. Scan scam. That's the way I see what's your favorite aspect ratio if you had to pick and I'm not gonNA make you pick but if you had to to thirty five. I'm a sixty-nine, Baby Oh sixteen nine woo. Need. That extra base. The thing about the Timothy Shallow may shot with the thing. Like, you could paint that out with I'm movie like totally if anyone ever noticed it but in but might out how many times they watched this movie or Watch The movie I directed I watched so many times and I don't think you could have slipped anything but we but again, it wasn't a period we weren't. Trying to do anything like that but I will say like, okay what I was trying to say was if you've got the VHS. Of Pee wee's big adventure or if you maybe even taped it off cable when it first came out. They would do instead of letter boxing home-video. They would do pan and scan they would they would make it square and then if something happens to the writer to the left where that square was, they would like move the scan over slightly but occasionally what they would do and they did this on big adventure as they. When you film a movie, you're cutting off the top and the bottom of of the of what you shoot, what you actually shoot, and sometimes you put tape on the on the bottom of monitor and the top monitor, and you're shooting more than what the audience gets to see. That's right and for TV's they would just. Open it up and you would see everything. So On pee, wee's big adventure, the original home video you would see like how they achieved all these camera tricks like him pulling up the endless chain on his bicycle rate you could see I remember you. So crazy and when you would watch it at home, you'd be like, we I don't remember this. Traits me in the theater, how come I'm but But that's what. They used to do for home video. So I started to wonder for a little women. Is this what it is did they adapt the? That's right in the middle of the frame. No matter what aspect ratio you're using that's right there I mean it's Yeah I mean it's there. It's just right. There is crazy Remember to when when they would movies on did you see they're bringing back the CBS Sunday night movie with Jones and all that kind of stuff. Yeah. they played raiders or something. They, were playing you mentioned the Indiana Jones well, no. I didn't know. They played that movie but we'll you seem to know every other fucking little bit of Trivia about this Sunday. Big Listen Scott. Listen. All I was trying to say. was in the CBS or ABC or NBC Sunday night Monday night Wednesday night Thursday night. Friday's happy days. One weekend comes it's like. Just sitting all week with you just. Sitting always so you know we with you. Happy. Days. Fonzie sitting with people? Yes. They talk about sit on it maybe it makes sense. Yeah. That's why center poxy said sit on it and I was like, lousy number. On it. Potsy was told their state on it God damnit no pots didn't Poe. Mouth. told him to sit on it, but it's written on the wall to isn't it sit on it and he's like Damn it. So tired this. Say about say sometimes, you would watch the Virgin on network TV and there would be like an extra. Like. They would put in deleted scenes to fill out the. New member this and they did that for the Godfather that's what the Godfather Saga was was they had like forty extra minutes between the two movies and so then they released it in chronological order and thank God. We're talking about the godfather finally on this show real film. But but we're doing it in order like Superman movie. Yeah. It is Boring Superman movie. They did the same thing where they took an extra forty minutes and that's how it was advertised of like, Hey, we got you know I know I know all you dumb fucks saw this in the theater when it came out. And you're probably doing something on Saturday night. That's way more important like going out and doing drugs and partying and shit. But we got this extra forty minutes of Superman. So if you want to see superman like fly around and take like one extra bullet in his chest and it bounces off and he goes. Tickles I'm Superman. You're so fucking stupid for trying to shoot me. then. Then stay home on Saturday night we got this extra forty minutes and it fucking worked. Yeah. Yeah. Listen it worked WHO's it was a master fucking Bullseye, fucking fucking buoying. That's the sound of Arrow going into a bold boy on. Your on your on your on you? Are there any film flubs one to look at your filmography on the Internet. Movie database would you see any continuity errors and he filmed flubs anything like that in your filmography? No I never make. Mistakes when I'm on set, I'm there to work. I am there too Because, you take no pleasure in it. It's work for you. It's work like like a plumber has his bag I have my emotions. I bring them to the sepoys considered your emotions to be toolbag. That's that's right. You've always referred to me as a big toolbag which I've always taken as a compliment really appreciate that. I tell you I once worked with an actor I. Don't WanNa blow up their spot even though he was absolutely the worst person I've ever worked with. Kiss who it is. I don't think you're GONNA be able to guess but I would you know what I will say? Oh manch t tell any part of the story. Someone did guess who it was after I talked about him to her publish. What? You're telling it publicly. Oh No. I. Know I told my friend about this story I thought you said how Buckley? Buck Lake Same. Know who that is. But I told my friend this story about this terrible actor who was on Bang Bang. Who terrorized the P.. As in and And, okay, I'll tell you a little bit of the story but the minute this person got on to set. they got out of their car and APPEA- a you know traditionally when you get onto a set like a guest actor comes, there's a a waiting there for the person the as always like eighteen to twenty, two, twenty, two or something their first job frightens you know. Meek. Cowardly. You know spine litto total pieces of shit a toady essentially. The they're so they're so nice and getting. Yes. Hey, shit. But getting to be on the set and and learning how to do it in their own. They're all great people. Yeah. Alexa and so you always want to treat them really nicely because it's you know like a but so this person parks jumps out of. Car. And the PA is they're saying hello to this person you know welcome to the.
"1982" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"To be. We're going to get on in the groove now we are. Okay on the ending this I'm not enjoying it. Okay. Well. Let me try. Let me try one you got. You got one in the chamber. What do you got? Born in eight of this. Copper was her papa. Be Her mama was. She could swearing I hammer in Alabama she did. Price You pay when you break the Panorama. Again this is exhausting you started to get into peewee Herman at the end. So you know if you're a loyal. Listener. Out there some Kim to a Frank Polaski. Please put put those underneath footage from any of the star wars films. Just entertainers toys. Boy. Oh, boy. I never realized on sex rap check out these highlighted lyrics. Now Yeah Not. Even GonNa Attempt Iota would never say anything like this. And what do iota traditionally keeps it clean am I right like It would be really great to watch. Star. Wars. Movie. And Just. You know how you're allowed in a PG thirteen movie that one faulk it can't be. It can't be about fucking can't be a sexual reference it could just has to be an expletive to just have him be like. fucking situation is fucked up or is he drops his cane? He's Thuc. then. Ben's over really slowly up and then goes. As, he comes back. You know at as betrayed as I felt watching Yoda dance around in the prequels with his lightsaber remember when like was he dancing or was he fighting? Ricocheting around a room. For, fast kicking the ass of like a seven foot tall Jedi right and I remember just feeling like they're pornographic -ly exploiting the idea of Yoda like this is so lame, right I. I would feel the opposite if he dropped his cane and said fuck. That would redeem it for you. Yes and what about charge our banks is, is if gray love drudgery but yeah, obviously the only good part of it all of the prequels. That's right. Just a bullseye. What if he said Mesa fucking Horny. See. If he did that I I like I already loved that character I feel like I would love it even more. Yeah. Great great character. Great perform in great character. Great idea. Futian of an idea. Do you think he's still alive? You know how iota was alive for thousands of thousands years, and when they say star wars was a long time ago. How long do you think they're talking? They're probably talking like Like three years before Jesus was born maybe I'm thinking no, no, no no I don't think it was that long ago I think when they say longtime ago, nineteen, Fifty, seven no I think it was like three or four years ago. Shit really. Because it was it's. It's just you see in the like in in the new ones in j.j Abrams. Once you see like iphones and Shit I, funds have been since two thousand nine. I think it is hilarious. How many? Movies these days. Of Coffee Cups since starbucks Cups and. Like you know little women has has has a water bottle. Yes and game of thrones had so many of them mid it's just really funny to me that. It's I mean your regular movie it's it's hard to clear the frame, a Lotta Times a lot of times things get. overloaded. God, they must've been furious when that. STARBUCKS Cup or maybe they didn't care but. Game of thrones that was easy talked about it. Definitely. Let me let me look up a little women water bottle. I. Didn't know that about. So you can see there it is right next to timothy shallow. Holy Shit. It's like. It's like a third one of those thermos. OFFI Cup. Yeah. Does that whole areas is so crazy right there next right next to an old statue that. It makes his wardrobe. Period Wardrobe just looks. Well I mean it's a lot like Bob odenkirk walking into frame and little women suddenly to realize this is a set. This is I am today he did a great job. Great but that but knowing him, it's hilarious that suddenly an hour and twenty minutes and then this movie in Walks Bob Going God jab at. Him like being mister show fan seeing him. Walk into that movie was hilarious. But it's not like. I in. Here's what I was wondering is this like when it comes out on home video, which is when people start to notice these things is the framing different. That's why you know how like when when movies first came out on home video they were they were adapted to meet televisions, and instead of sometimes they would do pan and scan. But a lot of time I are we deep into episode of I love films we might be back. Hey everyone..