35 Burst results for "2018"

Dave Rubin, Founder of Locals, Describes His Decision to Leave Patreon

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:12 min | 3 d ago

Dave Rubin, Founder of Locals, Describes His Decision to Leave Patreon

"Because so many people talk a good game with this stuff. And I kind of walked through this with you for quite a while, right? That you were criticizing Google, you were talking with them trying to say, hey, can you back down YouTube? Can we make this work? Because you had an amazingly big YouTube song and you're still doing things on YouTube obviously. You haven't told all the above approach. But it was really the Patreon thing that it seemed motivate you more than anything else, especially kind of the Jordan Peterson delisting from Patreon, you want on tour with Jordan and you decided, hey, I'm an entrepreneur. I own my own stuff. Let's do this thing. And talk about the Patreon thing because that really was where they thought they could choke point the ability for creators to make money and not live within a corporate box. Yeah, I'm glad to ask because you know it sounds like a little bit like inside or baseball stuff. How do these things come together? But it is important because the way information moves so fast these days, we all kind of forget the seminal moments that happen before that led to any of us to this. And I mean, by any of us, I mean that led any of us to being addicted to these devices to having given all our data away and everything else. So basically, back in it was December of 2018, there was a guy who I'm guessing, maybe you've talked to before, who goes by the name sargon of akai on YouTube. His real name is Carl Benjamin. He's in the UK and he was one of the first guys about 5 or 6 years ago when I was going through my own political awakening, realizing how sort of corrupt and backwards the progressives are. And I how they had abandoned liberalism. He was one of the guys on YouTube that described himself as a classical liberal. He was fighting for individual rights and liberty, most things that we now associate with libertarians and conservatives. But he was an interesting guy to talk to. Anyway, he was on Patreon and Patreon for your audience that doesn't know. They're basically just a crowdfunding subscription site. So if you produce pretty much anything online, they will enable you to have your audience subscribe monthly to what you do, you set your price limit, et cetera. Anyway, I went on Patreon. That's where I was funding my shows about 80% of my rev I built. I built a really successful company around that and hired a bunch of employees and everything else. I was on Patreon, Jordan Peterson was on Patreon as well. Some other big people. And Carl Benjamin, sargon of akat. He was on there. And he went on someone else's show, not his Patreon channel, not his YouTube that was funded by Patreon. He went on someone else's show that had nothing to do with Patreon and he said the N word. And he said the N word not to be racially offensive or pejorative, but he said it because he was mocking the people who use that language. Patreon decided without any warning without any recourse to delete his channel. Now, he was running his own business in that way. So they just said to him, hey, we're not even going to give you a chance to explain to yourself, but really what it was. He wasn't just that. It was the fact that it had nothing to do with Patreon that really was the bell in my mind like the warning. The canary in the coal mine. Where it was like, wait a minute. They can boot you off services for things that you've done that have nothing to do with the services themselves.

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New York Post: 2 NYPD Officers Shot, Responding to Domestic Disturbance in Harlem

Mark Levin

01:12 min | 6 d ago

New York Post: 2 NYPD Officers Shot, Responding to Domestic Disturbance in Harlem

"This is from the New York Post Two NYPD officers won a rookie with just over a year on the job were shot dead while responding to a domestic violence call today in Harlem multiple police sources said The gunfire erupted just before 6 30 p.m. inside an apartment One of the officers was struck in the face by gunfire The suspect was also fatally shot The NYPD urge residents in a tweet to void the area may Eric Adams was headed to Harlem hospital where the officers were rushed after the shooting The unidentified officers is unbelievable Are the fourth and 5th members of the NYPD to be injured by gunfire so far in 2022 but they're dead They weren't just injured I mean these were young officers one joined in November 2020 and the other in 2018 The shooting comes a day after an NYPD detective was shot during a drug bust on Staten Island

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Project Veritas Founder James O'Keefe on EcoHealth, DARPA and Fauci Lying Under Oath

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:28 min | Last week

Project Veritas Founder James O'Keefe on EcoHealth, DARPA and Fauci Lying Under Oath

"James, I want to ask you, you also exposed this story. I think last week, doctor Robert Malone and Naomi wolf say that this is bigger than The Pentagon papers. So it's potentially civilizational altering stuff. The story has multiple parts, one with darpa, and then one with potential suppression of early treatments. There's a mention of the trusted truth initiative. James, can you kind of update our audience on this story? So these were documents that, again, were transmitted to us from a source. I wonder if the FBI will raid me again that you're starting to certainly sense a pattern here. It's absurd. I won't tell you who the source is, but we received documents from inside the Department of Defense, specifically darpa, defense advanced research projects agency in Arlington, Virginia, which is a division of the Department of Defense, and these documents were authored by a major in the United States Marine Corps who was a fellow at darpa. So effectively they're sort of Pentagon papers that we've broken last week. And the documents state that eco health alliance, this group approached darpa in the Department of Defense for a gain of function research on COVID born coronaviruses in March of 2018. The Defense Department rejected this proposal on the grounds it was too risky. It was too dangerous. So our department defense thought, no, now that we can't proceed with this research for obvious reasons, it was lead to, I don't know, a pandemic or something. And then the Marine Corps major writes in this document, but Anthony Fauci, as head of naid, a proceeded with this research. So the Marine Corps statements, obviously a credible source here inside darpa, would seem to indicate that Doctor Fauci live under oath. Now Charlie, we break the documents and the very next morning Fauci is being questioned by senator Marshall and Fauci does address project veritas mentions us by name, authenticates the documents, but calls into question the credibility of this report and the Marine Corps guy who wrote it. And I believe Fauci is playing semantic games because obviously there were two separate proposals here. Fauci didn't see the precise identical proposal that eco health alliance approached darpa with, it was a different one, but fascinating stuff. And I think that there'll be more whistleblowers and documents coming out as a result of this exposure.

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Study Shows Voter ID Laws Do Not Suppress Voting

The Larry Elder Show

01:40 min | 2 weeks ago

Study Shows Voter ID Laws Do Not Suppress Voting

"There was a study that was done. By professors from UC San Diego, Michigan state and buck nail. And an article about that study said that Hispanic vote decreased as a result of these alleged voter suppression laws. Black vote decreased. White turnout was unaffected. But then there was a follow-up study. Done by researchers at Yale Stanford and University of Pennsylvania. This is in 2018. And here's what they wrote. This is how professors write. So bear with me some of the language here. Why spread concern that voter identification laws suppress turn out among racial and ethnic minorities has made empirical evaluations of these laws crucial. As the fancy way of saying, let's find out if it's true. And then they talk about this paper I just not mentioned. From UC San Diego, Michigan state and bucknell professors. We show that the results of the paper are a product of data inaccuracies. And the presented evidence does not support the stated conclusion. When errors are corrected, one can recover positive, negative or null estimates of the effect of voter IDs on turnout, precluding firm conclusions.

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Someone Must Be Held Accountable for America's Coronavirus Deaths

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 2 weeks ago

Someone Must Be Held Accountable for America's Coronavirus Deaths

"Nothing is to be preferred before justice. Socrates famously said, which, in some ways, was ironic a man who was wrongly killed because he was trying to educate the youth about justice. A crime has been committed. A crime against humanity over 850,900 thousand people have died. Because of the Chinese Fauci coronavirus, not to mention the multi $1 trillion wealth transfer and the complete changing of our civilization as we know it. And someone or some group or some people must be held accountable for that. And that person who has been the architect the designer behind all of this is on Capitol Hill today. Now Anthony Fauci did a very poor job ending the virus, but he did a great job starting it because he was the one behind the gain of function research. And bob shell knew documents from project veritas run by my friend James O'Keefe show that there was a pitch that was done to darpa, which is an organization run by the Department of Defense to fund potential projects. It was called project defuse. Done by the eco health alliance by doctor Peter Daszak. We've talked about dasik before. This was all about trying to fund gain of function research in Mainland China. It mentions Yunnan China and it says that bat SARS CoV-2 viruses exist that can infect human cells, produce SARS like illness and humanized mice, and are not affected by monoclonal or vaccine treatment. Peter Daszak continued by saying this is back in 2018, new bombshell documents. Bat SARS CoV-2 host jump into the human populations is frequent. These viruses therefore are clear and present danger to U.S. defense forces in the region and global health security. So here was a little bit of a pitch. Basically, Peter Daszak was saying, hey, if you don't give my company $14.2 million to go to China or go somewhere to develop this gain of function research, then China might use this sort of virus against

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Dr. Steven Quay: No Updates on Gain of Function Research on COVID, Nipah Virus

The Dan Bongino Show

01:15 min | 2 weeks ago

Dr. Steven Quay: No Updates on Gain of Function Research on COVID, Nipah Virus

"Sir So last time we spoke to you it was a troubling interview I don't mean 'cause you're content with your content was terrific but it was some disturbing things We were talking about some gain of function research the Wuhan lab and some evidence you had indicated that there was some gain of function research potentially going on On other viruses over there one including the nipah virus which has a far higher lethality rate than the original coronavirus in any variant thereafter Any updates on that since we last spoke I'm intently interested in this and I have to tell you a doctor of all the interviews you've done on this show That interview with you about the nipa virus I got hundreds of emails about that People are really scared I think justifiably so Yeah I agree Dan And there's nothing new We completed our investigation We sort of closed the book on it But in December 2019 the one that's through virology was moving the genes of the nipa virus around with what are called vectors which is standard BioTech Basically building a new nipa virus with pieces and the BioTech tools that you use which are called vectors It's probably where SARS CoV-2 was in about 2017 2018

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Pastor David Engelhardt on the Launch of Kings' Church in NYC

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:44 min | Last month

Pastor David Engelhardt on the Launch of Kings' Church in NYC

"Up. When did the church start? So we launched September of 2018. And with about 30 people, and that's a challenge. Obviously, in New York City, we're a place that sees a hundred people cost $10,000 a month to rent. That's fun. That's another fun part of church plan. Yeah New York. But God, again, was with us the entire time. And miraculously provided an incredible ways. The building when I first was negotiating with the guy on the lease, he's like, okay, it's $10,000 a month. We had three or four people that wanted to start the church with us at that point. And I was like, well, we have we don't have quite that amount of resources yet. And I said, how about we start at $0 a month and then we'll work our way up from there. And obviously, with COVID and all the lockdowns and shutdowns and everything, obviously, that number 30 has shrunk to what to 24 to 20. Well, we probably have about 200 people now. I mean, we grew a lot when we decided that we weren't going to be locked down that we weren't going to close our doors that we were going to heed to the scripture, the command, and hebrews that says, do not forsake the assembling of the saints, that word meaning the congregational gathering, not the me on my cell phone watching church on TV, but the coming together, so the lord would be with us Emmanuel, God with us together congregationally. And when we did that, people were looking for courage and found a place. So I think we grew like 5 times ish. Whatever the number is. And we had an explosion over the Black Lives Matter in that season. If we talked about this before? I don't think so. Yeah, so the church probably had grown in 2020 to 7500 people, something like

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Chris Coles, AKA Mr. Reagan, Launched His YouTube Channel When Hollywood Stopped Hiring Straight, White Men

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:10 min | Last month

Chris Coles, AKA Mr. Reagan, Launched His YouTube Channel When Hollywood Stopped Hiring Straight, White Men

"Chris, let's talk about your experience. When did you launch the YouTube channel, mister Reagan? Years ago, I think about 2000 18, 2018, I started doing it. It's very tough to get work in Hollywood anymore if you're a white male. I have a director friend who actually directed amazing film on Netflix, really not big budget film, but like well received film very successful, very smith's son stars in it. And after a while, he wasn't able to get work anymore, and he asked his manager why and they said, well, you've got to come out as like non binary or something like that. Bisexual. They're like, you don't have to day to do or anything. You just have to say it. Just to say it. Right. And then they'll give you work again because they won't give work to straight white men anymore. They just won't. And so he had to move back to Europe to continue filmmaking. He had to leave Hollywood. Despite the fact that he was a very successful up and coming director, and that's just true. I had a manager, I started acting, you know, and I had a manager, and she said, I'm not going to be able to get you much work because you're a white male. She's like, but if you know any black women, please give them my number. Oh my gosh. That's real. That's real. And they have become the racists. It's remarkable. Oh, absolutely. So openly so. Talk to us about these couple of years. So you launched it, you said you're gonna push back. You're gonna use humor, which is one of the most effective tools we have. One of the last few years being like is this this new YouTube phenomenon? Oh, YouTube, YouTube was still is, despite the fact that they censor you so much, really an amazing medium. I mean, you can learn anything you want on YouTube. It's fantastic. The only problem is that I think that conservative political perspectives is really the only thing that a sensor on YouTube really. It's weird. People can say really the most awful things on YouTube, but if you're a conservative, and you say something about your unsure about the vaccines or anything just even like really mild stuff it's a conservative perspective, there is a chance that they'll figure out all your conservative and they'll try to wreck

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Pastor Rick Joyner Urges Americans to Prepare for an Inevitable Civil War

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:41 min | Last month

Pastor Rick Joyner Urges Americans to Prepare for an Inevitable Civil War

"Joy of speaking with my friends Rick Joyner and Chris Reed Morningstar ministries. Rick, you just said something huge. An important you said that the lord spoke to you. Now, I love the fact that there are people listening to this program or watching who don't even believe in any of this stuff. So we're going to challenge them here. But you said that the lord spoke to you showed you that what is coming is a second American Revolution, a second Civil War, before I read that you had said that. Months ago, I've effectively been saying the same thing. That's what it feels like. But tell us more about that because I don't get the sense that that means we're taking up arms or do you think that's possible? What do you think the lord said to you? And also I'm sure there are many people that think that even to mention this, we should be locked up because we're a clear and present danger to the republic, even by mentioning this metaphorically. So what do you think? Unpack anything you can. Well, I was first shown this in 1987. That America was headed towards a Civil War revolution. But I took it as if you don't change your direction. You're going to end up where you're headed. And we still had plenty of time to change our direction. And that's the way I was moving, praying that, you know, doing what I was doing. But in the dream I had 2018 when I was shown clearly that no, it is now inevitable. We crossed some kind of line there. And the Civil War revolution is inevitable. So that changed my thinking from trying to avoid it, help us in any way to avoid what has come in to preparing for it. It is coming. And of course it would still be my ultimate hope and any sane persons ultimate hope that it would not degenerate into violence. There are a lot of ways to fight wars besides using guns and bombs. There are economic wars there. All kinds of different ways to do it. But what I saw in that dream was no, it was physical fighting in our streets in our cities. It was worse than I've ever even expressed publicly.

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How Ron DeSantis Is Winning Against the Left

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | Last month

How Ron DeSantis Is Winning Against the Left

"In order to win against the left, we must identify the threat and then do something about it. Ron DeSantis in Florida is one of those leaders. Despite being in a very contentious reelection campaign, not using that as an excuse for an action. Ron DeSantis is doing more than ever to protect his voters and his constituents in Florida from the existential threat and cancer that is known as critical race theory. Let us know also as the destruction of our history our language our culture and who we are. Florida is an interesting state. Florida was scheduled by the Democrat elites to become a far left wing state. Ron DeSantis had other plans. Ron DeSantis won against the morally troubled Andrew gillum and he won only I think by like 30,000 votes or something right Connor was very narrow in 2018, and now he's gone on to be the most effective and conservative governor in America in a state that is a 50 50 state and a lot of different ways. Cut 49, Ron DeSantis, articulates on how he does not want to let a militant form of Marxism take hold that is rooted in the destruction of American history. And so every time I play Ron DeSantis, there's a two part dance we do. The complement and then the why isn't everyone else saying? Play cut 49. She these things throughout the country where they take down Thomas Jefferson's statute in New York City where they take down Abraham Lincoln in Massachusetts where they take George Washington's name off schools in California. That is an attempt to erase history. They want to delegitimize the founding of the country and the institutions, and they basically want to replace it with a very militant form of leftism that would absolutely destroy this country if that ever took hold. Boy isn't that true.

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"2018" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

03:52 min | Last month

"2018" Discussed on Cinemavino

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"2018" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

05:28 min | Last month

"2018" Discussed on Cinemavino

"I think I'm burned down on a Christmas story. What are you talking too many times on TBS during the 24 hour movie marathon? Yeah, after you've seen it 17 times in a row, it's probably put that away. I do enjoy love actually. I hate to admit it. So hard. Oh, and the holiday? I don't know why. Yeah. Yeah. It's not a great film. But for some reason, I was thinking the other day was like, you know what I could use? An entire bottle of wine and the holiday. I need Cameron Diaz, not knowing how to cry and like doing a weird fucking run up a wooded lane. Yeah. Something else and this is non cinematic, but I think The Office didn't great Christmas episodes. Oh yeah. I think you could bundle those up and do those over an afternoon with some wine. And that would be a pretty good, a pretty good day. Yeah, pretty well spent. And so yeah, that's what I got for the holidays. So you recently saw Bohemian Rhapsody or Bohemian Rhapsody. Starring Rami Malek. I think that's how you pronounce it. I think so. Honestly, don't know anyone else in the movie. But I'm curious to hear your thoughts. The guy who plays a Game of Thrones, and again, I haven't seen it a year and a half. Sansa, Littlefinger. Oh yeah. Yeah, he's in there. And it's weird. He looks weird, I think. Without a little soul patch. Yeah, and flavor saver. Yeah. And it's like they're deliberately trying to make him look so different from Littlefinger that they make him look kind of weird, I think. When he looked weird and Dark Knight Rises, where he's on the plane with bane at the beginning. Oh, that's that guy. Weird. Yeah. But yeah, I enjoyed it. I thought it's gotten mixed reviews. And I think that a lot of people feel like it sanitizes. The history of queen, they kind of gloss over a lot of stuff, and they, you know, it's not maybe the most coherent timeline, which is weird to me because it was produced by the other people and other guys in Queen, did it. And but I don't know, I feel like it fit the vibe of Freddie Mercury. I think with biopics, you have to consider who they're making the movie about. You know, for example, I think like John Leno Paul McCartney, you make a John Lennon movie, I think that and again, I don't know, but I would speculate that John Lennon would want a very detailed, very intense, because his expression was through his music. He didn't leave anything out of his music. He was very, he was very Frank about his troubles. I mean, it was like, when you look at his song titles, you know, help, I'm a loser, they know that kind of stuff..

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"2018" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

05:30 min | Last month

"2018" Discussed on Cinemavino

"In the shoot ready. So what is Jack Jack? Wait, oh, you guys move the litter box. The litter box has been moved and where do I go? I mean, you can still go there. We will have the pads down. So that's up to you. Where did it get moved? It's downstairs. The litter box downstairs. Well, what if Jack is upstairs and has to take a dump cycle? He'll work that out. You know, sometimes he just lets gravity do its work. Has he left any livings? Were you stole his throne? He's done that, yes. Yeah. Well, maybe you should have two. One upstairs one down. We've got two bathrooms. Yeah. All right, I'm sorry. Anyway, the wine's good. This is a very fruit forward yet derived rose that you could do with all kinds of. I mean, pretty much anything you can think of with Thanksgiving ham, turkey, chicken, salads. Dressing or stuffing, I don't know what you call it. Well, if you make it and then you stuff it in that bird, it would be stuffing. Yeah. But if you don't, then it's dressing. Yep. Okay. See, that's solved a long-standing riddle for me. But yeah, this goes with that. This goes with, I don't know if I've ever had cranberry sauce, but Thanksgiving. I don't remember ever eating that. I've had cranberry chutney. Pretty good. And I'm not sure what chutney has been like the word a lot. I think pears are involved though. But I think chutney would be a good nickname if you were like in a cockney gang in the 19th century. But anyway, digressing. So yeah, this is a good Thanksgiving wine and we've enjoyed it a lot. And I will put the link where you can learn more about it on the website and move your reviews U.S. and also you can find my reviews of hunter killer and overlord. They're both on there. Overlord or forward. Exactly. And so we are going to move on to the next one and our next topic of discussion momentarily. But I'm going to give you a soothing guitar interlude to get us there..

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"2018" Discussed on Cinemavino

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05:55 min | Last month

"2018" Discussed on Cinemavino

"Yeah, it needed a ride on the spruce Bruce. Yeah. And then you saw a hunter killer, which is submarine movie. So my dad and I and this is a story I have to tell because he doesn't remember or agree with it at all. But I guess he read hunt for October way back in the day and he picked me up from the sitters and was like, we're going to go see this movie and I don't know why he thought at that age I would like it. But for some reason, I enjoyed it a little bit, not as much as he did, but it grew on me. And then later on, we would see what crimson tie together and I think U 5 7 ones. I was like, our thing is submarine movies. So I was going to drag him to this. Yeah, I eventually got him to go. And then I apologize afterward. It was a seeming pile of dog shit. Horse shit. Cow shit, couch chips. And so he didn't like it either. You choose the animal and it is the feces of that animal. It was not very good. Yeah, there's platypus droppings. Yeah. Yeah. It was just the same movie that you've seen. If you've seen crimson tie and have run October, U-571, that's boot. You pretty much put those movies into a casserole. And that is this movie. But it doesn't seem to boot. Yeah. See that? And that to me is the movie that inspired all those other movies. And what was the other movie you had in your review of it that you had mentioned about run silent run deep old classic movie? But yeah, those movies, it's like the people who made this movie watched all of those movies and then had a software program. They put like cranked me out of script that approximates all of these movies. At least a little bit. Do Jack Ryan, hunt for October, but shit here. Yeah. And it's bad because the jar butler? Not a bad actor. But he was just not given a lot to do in this. Gary Oldman. Gary fucking a woman. Sid Vicious. Jeez. You know. Just Lee Harvey Oswald. But the whole team of dudes that they send in on the ground to do reconnaissance in Russia to check out all this crazy happenings and goings on because they've essentially kidnapped the Russian president. And that's what all is happening here. Think about how goofy what you just said is. They've essentially kidnapped the Russian president. I think I told you that I was like, oh, this sounds like somebody greenlit a nugget of a story I wrote in middle school. They were like, yes, keep all the characterizations exactly the same run with it. Yes. This is project greenlight gone bad. I mean, and I knew I said this and review I knew there was a point coming where it was like somebody's gonna say get me The White House or we've got a brief president or get The Pentagon on the phone now. It was all it was missing was for the ground crew to be pushing the Russian president to the ground. Get down, mister president. Yes. Yeah. Who is swollen as fuck? Yeah. when he's standing next to other characters, like he looks like the fucking hulk. I saw him sitting next to what? I can't remember the actor's name, but he was, I think he was Boris the bullet Dodger back in. And snatch. Or is that, yeah, I think it's snatched. Anyway, Locke's talking. But yes..

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"2018" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

04:49 min | Last month

"2018" Discussed on Cinemavino

"The people in the world to agree on anything is going to be like cats, marsh on the parade, but yeah, I don't put a flat earth flag up there. Yeah. Yeah, depict the flat pancake, orbiting around the sun. It's circular, but it still looks flat to me. Man, yeah, and it's like, I take that as the ultimate example of darwinism the flat earth people. Steve, I hope you're not a flat earth guy. Don't let me down Steve. Steve is our one follower in case you're wondering, yeah. But anyway, so your opinion is that it should have been depicted. They should have shown it. I mean, if it's part of the story, yeah, I get that, but there's. So much if a lot of this story was about the whole lead up to it. There's a movie called the dish with Sam Neill, and putty from Seinfeld. Warburton. It's great film. It's about, but it's set in Australia. It's all about the dish. On the other side of the world, you know, getting the signal and beaming stuff back so that you can actually see Neil Armstrong, walk on the moon in here, all that stuff and about how they almost lost the signal and trying to hurry up and get it back. Great film. And it only has the audio and stuff. Well, it might show the depiction. But most of it was all about being the trials and tribulations of the guys made in the satellite trying to get the signal back. So I can see it on that other side if they're not actively showing it. But if they did it, thinking that people were going to be butthurt, then that's dumb, but I don't know. I didn't really have a lot of skin in that game. Yeah. Well, to me, it's also the movie does depict because.

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"2018" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

03:10 min | Last month

"2018" Discussed on Cinemavino

"Going to kind of ride this ride for a while. I'm going to show up, have a great idea and then peace out. A few seasons. You guys figured out. There's a smoke monster, and there's a dude named Jacob and that's really what we know. How it ends, we don't know. So. It seems like they just rolled like sexy dice, but like plot device. And they just rolled them and they were like, okay, smoke monster. Good and evil. And island. And they were like, yep, we'll go with that. Yeah, it was like mad libs. But yeah, and if there's not a band called sexy dice plot device somebody needs to get on that. That'd be great. That is women with beehive hairdos and short skirts, playing instruments in my mind. That's what I imagine. Maybe I'm drunk. But yeah, over the world's good, it was enjoyable and if you're looking for if you can handle the violence of it and the dismembered limbs and talking severed heads, yeah. Well, there's supposed to be like the one hardcore badass army dude paratrooper that that's going in with them that's inexpensive expert or something. He has some terrible fucking lines in this, like they're walking to a destination after they've made an enormity. And they're talking about other friends and he goes, well, so friends do, sometimes they die. All right, weird. And then he has at least one more of those who like, that's what happens sometimes. He tries to say some cool shit and it doesn't work. At the end, there's a big confrontation in somebody's like, how does it feel for the blood of eternity? We flowing through your veins or something and he waits a beat and a little too long and I was like, this very fucking good. And he goes not too fucking great. And Jesus. Remind me of minimum. That's the take we don't. That's what we decided on. It's like what happens to a toad that's been struck by night and he walk. Yeah. Yeah. There was a lot of difficulty at the end. But yeah, I wanted at the end of an army of zombies coming out of woodwork and I wanted. I wanted a giant just Montage of heads exploding and chill like that. I didn't get it. I wanted some little splatter house in there. You wanted to eat all that. You weren't ash to show up in the middle of this movie. Yes. Yeah, what you need is ash in a sergeant uniform, 1944, rolling around machine gun zombies. Now, he had some liners. Hey, she bitch. You know. That was great. Shop smart, shop, that's smart. He just, yeah. You know what, Bruce Campbell just needed to go over that screenplay at the end with a fine tooth comb. Like, let me write you just a few on liners. Yeah. Yeah. Gave me ten spots. I'll give you ten good one letters, and that's what you go with. It needed a little Bruce spruce. Yes it did..

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"2018" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

05:12 min | Last month

"2018" Discussed on Cinemavino

"Or if you're looking for a really good wine to have after the meal, I mean it's something that will warm you up by a hot fire. First couple sips didn't grab me, but I think it's grown on me. I think as you grow more and more red in the face. Yeah. It's what we need. So we got a lot of stuff on our plate and not a lot of time to get there. Actually, we got all the time in the world hell. We can go all night. Be like with one of those dance marathons, these two back in there were people danced until they fall over. I'm supposed to be home at 9 o'clock. Okay, well then we got like 17 minutes. Cool. So first thing we're going to talk about is. So I saw first man last weekend. Yeah, yes, Ron Gosling. And Claire Foy, who was in the queen. She's the new girl who dragon tattoo or whatever. Looks good in the previews. She's versatile. Versatile is what would you say? I would say beans. Yep, first House beans. Cool. And so saw that, there was kind of a controversy around that and I'm going to kind of bounce this off of you, see what you think. The big deal was obviously it's about Neil Armstrong. And so if you have never read any kind of history book in your entire life, he walks on the moon with the Apollo 11 mission. He and Buzz Aldrin. And the big thing is that they do not depict in this movie the astronauts planting the American flag on the lunar surface as they did in real life. And so that has they don't show it at all or they don't show it as it happened. They don't show it. They omit it completely. And so that has some controversy. All about the lead up and not actually the they show them landing on the moon and walking, but they do not depict them planting in American flag. Oh, so people are butt hurt over flag and flag related items. Yes. Yes. It is offended some sensibilities. And I mean, I get where they're coming from. And because I like to see both sides to, you know, all kind of just, you know, issues of the day, and I would like to say in this regard, welcome. Yeah. I see both sides of it too. I mean, the thing that on one hand is Neil Armstrong, obviously had a lot of time on the way to the moon to think about what he was doing. What he was going to say, because 800 million people are watching you on TV. It's like, gotta come up with something. And so he had some time to think about what his line was going to be. You can get a good look at it two months take by a second or have a bull's ass bow and try to take the butcher's word for it. It doesn't have the quite zooming ring. That was one of the last like that was it was either that or one small step for man. Yeah. He met in his statement. He deliberately left it open. He didn't say this is one giant leap for United States of America. He said, he purposefully included everybody. So he wanted out there to be a global event..

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Israel, US to Discuss Military Drills

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:02 min | Last month

Israel, US to Discuss Military Drills

"Hewitt from the headline in the times of Israel this morning. Israel U.S. to discuss military drills to prep for worst case Iran scenario. The story includes this line, a Wednesday report said the Israeli defense forces will hold a large scale exercise over the Mediterranean in the spring with dozens of aircraft simulating a strike against Iran's nuclear program. I'm joined by Michael Lauren now. You can follow him on a doctor or DR Michael orin on Twitter. Good morning, Michael. How are you? I'm good. I'm not optimistic that this administration will do anything serious about Iran, are you? I would doubt it. I would doubt it. Maybe I'd be pleasantly surprised. I mean, it's kind of clear that this administration doesn't have a military option. President, even president Obama used to say, all options are on the table, including a military option, the current administration says it talks fails. We'll look at other options, but they never said a military option. I agree. Yesterday, president Trump on this show said that Iran would have buckled on the first day of a new term for him because they were close to crumbling. Do you agree with that assessment? Well, I know for a fact that the major violations of the JCPOA did not occur under the Trump administration after 2018 when we pulled out of the Jaco. The major fire ending violations only began when it was clear that there would be a different administration at The White House. And that that administration was committed to going back to the JSON POA. And not seeking not basically trying to replace it with a much better deal. So the Iranians knew that they could ratchet up the pressure, and that the administration would basically keep on going after the volume. It's quite a spy that finally will be the Americans walked away from the table during the first time they've walked away from the table. We've had a situation where in this case the. Customer has been running after the merchant of the merchant running that's the customer. And running simply ratchet up the price every time. Did you see what they do

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The Origins of the Podcast 'Triggernometry,' Hosted by Francis Foster and Konstantin Kisin

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:26 min | 2 months ago

The Origins of the Podcast 'Triggernometry,' Hosted by Francis Foster and Konstantin Kisin

"Crowds. Then around 2013 to 2014, I started to notice something change. And gradually, audiences became more and more sensitive. Not all audiences, but mainly audiences, audiences inner London, in central London, particularly young people. I started to notice that jokes that used to do quite well, then you used to say certain words and immediately you could feel the audience sees up. You could feel that there was attention around an audience when you broke certain topics. It was just, even if you dealt with a topic in a very sensitive, a very fun, a very playful way it didn't matter. You could feel the tension starting to come in. And then, obviously, everything exploded when Brexit happened when Trump happened. Then a narrative came in that if you voted for Trump, if you voted for Brexit, you were stupid, thick racist, white, all of these things, which they all lumped in together and then that's when the real divisions happened in comedy. And that's when I saw comedy becoming more woke, becoming more illiberal, becoming more intolerant. And it's progressed and then obviously we are where we are now. So that is my story with regards to trigonometry. And by the way, we started it in 2018 as a reaction to all of that because we saw what happened with Brexit with

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Geoff Shepard Questions Accuracy of Watergate in Latest Book

Mark Levin

01:45 min | 2 months ago

Geoff Shepard Questions Accuracy of Watergate in Latest Book

"Finally this stuff starts coming out And what do you learn about the road map What do you learn about the prosecutor's office of the judges What do you learn as you're going through this Well the short summary is Nixon was driven from office by a secret cabal of vindictive judges and partisan prosecutors and cooperating health staff but what really happened is that the four top prosecutors took their records with them when they left office So the national archives is supposed to have all the files but they didn't have them And they grabbed they only surfaced within the last 8 years a four cashes of documents from four of the top prosecutors and then I got the road map on field The road map for your listeners education was the secret grand jury testimony that the prosecutors said nailed Nixon proved he was personally involved in the cover up but since it was grand jury evidence it was conveyed to the House impeachment committee to House judiciary committee in secret and we never saw it We never knew what they were accusing Nixon of having done So we were we were boxing in the dark I got to have them sealed in 2018 It had been secret for 45 years and that's what the book is about The book says look look at what they did Look at what they said in secret They couldn't prove it Mark they made up

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Congressman Jim Jordon Explains the GOP's 3-Step Plan to Rein in Big Tech

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:56 min | 2 months ago

Congressman Jim Jordon Explains the GOP's 3-Step Plan to Rein in Big Tech

"Congressman Jordan, I was invited after the election to meet with one of the top members of not the political conservative class, but the RNC itself. And I said, fine, I'll meet with you. We had lunch very close to my studio here and I he asked me my advice as to what should happen now. Now that allegedly Biden won. And I said, if you guys want to be taken seriously by America, by at least 74 million Americans, if the Republicans want to be seen as serious, there's only two issues you must prioritize right now. One of them is election integrity. We've got to get serious on making it impossible or hard to steal elections even in cities like Philadelphia and Chicago. The second thing I said is big tech. You've got to be as serious as a heart attack on stopping the censorship of any American. Will you talk to us about what you're seeing from your colleagues? Does the GLP get it? Do we have a plan when it comes to big tech congressman? Yeah. Yeah. The first thing is, take away their liability protection. At a minimum, we've got to get rid of the section two 30. Take away this immunity, this liability protection that they've enjoyed. They're making editorial decisions. They're sensitive and conservative. I always always tell the story that this was a couple of summers back. I guess we'll come back in 2018. But Matt Gates gives me a call, and he says, Jim, Twitter is shadow banning us. And I'm like, I didn't know which out of any man. I said, well, that sounds terrible. Now, what is he explained to me? Turned out it was. They were in fact a shadow banning Gates represented Meadows representative Nunes and myself. So you got 435 members of Congress, got a hundred senators 535, only four. Only four were being shadow banned by Twitter. And it happened to be right in the middle of the whole Trump Russia investigation when we were pushing back on all the BS coming from the Justice Department. So this becomes a news and Twitter sends out a statement that says well, it was just a glitch in our algorithm. And I'm like, glitching your algorithm, what did you put in the algorithm the names Gates Meadows known as Jordan? Give me a break. So you're exactly right. So that's step one. Step two is we actually need to get that. There are some antitrust cases happening. We need to get those to the Supreme Court on an expedited fashion, so that we can get an answer. It sure seems like justice Thomas wants to look at this. Are these companies so big and so powerful that we need to break them up? Do we need to reform our antitrust? How do we have to do it? So we think that is that's the second avenue that we have to do. And then third, we need to look at, I think, regular Americans having a private right of action against these companies, the ability to sue when they censor you when they take down your content, when they throttle back your ability to reach people via social media. So I think those are the three things that we're trying to look at, but certainly to start its dissection two 30, that needs to happen

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Beto O'Rourke Steps Into Texas Gubernatorial Race Against Abbott in 2022

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:43 min | 2 months ago

Beto O'Rourke Steps Into Texas Gubernatorial Race Against Abbott in 2022

"The Democrats have an agenda to try to turn Texas blue. They keep saying it's going to turn blue. Big news today, beto o'rourke, he's back. Running for governor challenging Greg Abbott, let me get the dean of Texas talk show hosts responds to that big breaking news. For those who don't remember 2018, beto o'rourke came out of virtually nowhere in El Paso member of Congress and managed to excite enough Democrats that he came to within two and a half percentage points of Ted Cruz, our biggest conservative rockstar. That was 2018. This is three years later. What's different now? Well, one thing he's running for governor and not for the Senate, the other thing is three years of time passing. The questions become, does he still have the same kind of moths to a flame drawing power for Democrats that he had three years ago? I think the short answer to that is yes. Democrats are naturally thrilled by the notion of having a rockstar like beto, run for governor. But you know what other kind of group beto energizes? Conservative voters. Who for three years have had a good solid memory of how crazy he is on the Second Amendment. In deeply wrong he is on boarders and the economy. He is saddled with the albatross of Joe Biden in this gubernatorial race. And so in taking calls on the fly about it, this very morning, I found two types of voters who were stoked that beto is running. Democrats ready to vote for him? Republicans ready to vote against him, so the key question is going to be which is the larger group. I think beto finishes closer to Greg Abbott, presuming he's the nominee. He does have competition. He finishes closer to Abbott than any other Democrat would have, but do I think beto is going to be the next governor of Texas? I decidedly do

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Gordon Chang Discusses China War Games With US Targets in Secret Desert Site

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | 2 months ago

Gordon Chang Discusses China War Games With US Targets in Secret Desert Site

"With us now is the foremost expert on China. He's terrific. He is the author of the great U.S. China tech war. And it is Gordon Chang and Gordon are you with us now? I am Charlie and thank you so much. You bet you do a wonderful job and talk about our enemy, China, and you have been on the cutting edge of this for quite some time. So let's talk about this breaking news here. China war games with the United States targets in secret desert site. What is going on with the Chinese Communist Party militarily right now? It seems like they're ramping up and I'm not really sure what we're doing domestically militarily. That's a separate issue. So give us the insight, give us the breaking news of what's happening from the Chinese Communist Party militarily. The breaking news is that satellite imagery has seen an aircraft carrier and a destroyer a replica in China's Xinjiang in the northwest part of the country, used for target practice. This has occurred before where China has built replica replicas of U.S. Navy ships. And so to a certain extent, this is ground log day, but the American people are starting to pay attention and that is what is the news. And the broader context, Charlie, is that China's involved in the perhaps the world's fastest military buildup certainly the fastest since the Third Reich, and we know from history that when militant regimes build up their militaries like this, they always use them in acts of aggression. That's definitely true. Do you anticipate China making a move towards Taiwan in the coming months, it sure seems that that's what some of the rumblings and intelligence is showing. It could be coming months. It could be after the Olympics, which start in February of next year, or it could be India could be Japan could be any other country that borders China because we know that China believes that it should be much larger than it is today. And in fact, Chinese leader Xi Jinping has been hinting that he should be ruling the world. Chinese officials since 2018 have been saying that the moon and Mars should be considered sovereign Chinese territory. This is the most ambitious human history.

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The Real Reason Why More Young Women Are Getting Sterilized

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:20 min | 3 months ago

The Real Reason Why More Young Women Are Getting Sterilized

"Humans are a mistake New York Post says why young women are getting sterilized. Rachel diamond looks like most of the moms at the pork slope park slope cafe where we meet. She's wearing a green T-shirt under a black corduroy jumper. Sensible shoes and carries a smart leather bag. She sips a $4 iced chai tea latte. Except the 31 year old is in a mom, and she never will be. You know, she said, I never expected to be the poster child of sterilization. One on the aspiring actress TikTok, one finds short funny videos. Diamond job working to register the cafe near Union Square and updates on her rescue pit bull. Ru who has an anemia. Oh, but she likes dogs but not humans. Interesting. So in 5 months and she's had her fallopian tubes cut, not tied, and she is 64,000 followers. She's done videos such as sterilization. Being child free, we do know what we're missing. She says, looking back, I never pretended that my American girl dolls were children. They were always my sisters. They were little things showing that I wasn't pretending myself for motherhood. I think for me, it's as innate as saying I've always wanted to be a mom. Diamond is hardly an outlier. Americans are making fewer babies than we've seen since starting to keeping tracks of the 1930s, and some women like diamond are not just pulling putting off pregnancy, but eliminating the possibility of it altogether. Last year, the number of deaths exceeded the number of births in 25 states. Up from 5 the year before, the marriage rate is also at an all time low. At 6.5 marriages per 1000 people. Millennials are the first generation where a majority are unmarried about 56%. They're also more likely to live with their parents, according to pew than previous generations were in their 20s and 30s. Humans are a mistake the New York Post, right? Now they don't believe it. They're just actually they wrote a really good article. And I like the New York Post. There are also the most sexless generation in American history, the number of young men who admit they've had no sex in the past year has tripled between 2008 and 2018. Cities like New York were young secular Americans flocked to build their lives are increasingly childless in San Francisco. There are more dogs than children. Let me say it again. In San Francisco, there are more dogs than children and the explanation of this is so easy. The more secular your country becomes, why have children? If you don't believe in a transcendent order or in God, what's the point? They're an

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Still Popular (MM #3874)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Still Popular (MM #3874)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Three years ago, I talked about the hottest trend in sports in America. It was pickleball. A sport that had been around since the 60s, I first encountered on the east coast of the 70s and it's now the fastest growing sport in America still. I look back in 2018, I talked about this, they had seen a 12% growth jump in the last year for people playing pickleball. Now, the increase is even greater three years consistently pickleball still one of the fastest growing sports in America because it appeals to both millennials and baby boomers. It's kind of funny to think that a sport like pickleball, which is a combination of tennis and badminton and paddle ball and well not as strenuous as a lot of those other sports is still so popular. Hard to believe it's still growing after three years. And that's more impressive to me than anything. In America, it's hard to keep people's attention for 15 minutes, let alone three years, pickleball is still booming and people are still talking about it. That's a cool thing.

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"2018" Discussed on Chat Sematary

Chat Sematary

07:54 min | 4 months ago

"2018" Discussed on Chat Sematary

"Place to place and this definitely feels like one of those and but not a series. Yes not a series it felts and not as travel driven as something like the standards but it still. It just feels more center. Like i said i've said before in reality late. There isn't nearly as much supernatural stuff. That really really confines the supernatural elements to the outsider and his actions. And i like that. We get just that little bit about ohio and those girls are killed because it kind of shows you that. This isn't a new thing this can. You can probably trace the outsiders actions back all of the deaths. That have happened and you can see you know how he goes from place to place. And that gives a lot more meaning to their efforts to try to kill the outsider in that they realized that that the outsider is traveling in. Somebody doesn't end it. It's not going to end that. This has been going on and on and on and on yeah overall really enjoyed this. I think i did enjoy it because it was so different to you. Know different locations different scenario different way of incorporating this supernatural force and you know obviously still horrific terrible things happen in this novel but i would probably say that this is not necessarily top tier king for me but it's sort of like the mid to high tier which i think i've given a lot of things fours through this process but this is sitting at a four for me four out of five. Yeah i think i'm there with you. I think four out of five because of how different it is. And and how willing as i've said before on this podcast i love it when king tries new things and he's a man who has kind of always trying new things. It's he's not just a horn author. He's not just a supernatural. Author is always pushing himself to tell a new kind of story. And i think i really liked how he blends the to in this one and there aren't a whole lot of references to other king material outside of hollies character with mr mercedes which is unusual even in his guinot even in the green mile. We see little bits connected to his whole world and one of the things. I read that. I wanted to ask you about. Do you think that the outsider creature is part of the macro verse part of the dark place. That pennywise comes from and all of those creatures that he references who live on death and sadness and fear giving what they revealed about the folklore behind elko. I think that's very possible but at the same time because we know this is sort of derived from latin america. I think it could be either or because this is something that's like real like you can go. Look this up right now in read about this is like something that he researched and incorporated into the story. Like we mentioned earlier so it's not made up by him in the same way that penny rises. So that's my only thought process as to why it wouldn't be right. And i liked that ambiguity of because it does feel like a does feel like a king kind of a villain creature but because it has because after. I read the book. You know. I went to expedient was typing it in like oh this is really fascinating like i did after i read pet cemetery more recently in this is real. Oh my god you know. I love how twists it and i really like it. When there's the ambiguity of like this very well could be something. That's part of stephen king's bigger universe. But it also is something that feels a part of our world and that is kind of a rarity with king like usually when you read a king book you are brought into king's world this feels like it straddles the line between being in kings world and being in our world and that's i think i'm seeing that when i as i have read more of his more recent books i feel like i'm seeing that a little bit more than we. Did you know back in the nineties and before them. Yeah it seems like some of the stuff he's ridden and more recently. Is maybe a little less connected to this. Whole sort of macro versus stark tower universe. Whatever you wanna call it and you could still see ways in which it would be but yeah. This one was interesting for so many reasons that we've mentioned here. Yeah and i have read some. I looked at some reviews and it definitely had its detractors. Who people who've really didn't like it. Who thought it was boring and didn't come together. And i was like i guess i can see that but i think the slow start could turn some people off of The book but i'm also very I also really enjoy crime novels and enjoy these kinds of stories. So i love stephen king so i was kind of like in the bag for this. Even if it's slow it'll pick up. It's not i could. I could tell immediately. And here's my obligatory reference that it is not a tommy. Knockers tommy knockers also starts incredibly slow and never stops being slow and in that you could you could tell as you after you halfway through it you can look back at me like oh god. All the signs were there and in this. There's none of those you see. I could tell reading it. This is going to pick up. Things are being lined up for me right now through this story that are then going to yield fruit later on. Yeah absolutely and you know right now as of the time we are recording this. I'm rereading if it bleeds. Which has a holiday gibney novella in it. So i'm looking forward to that. And then i have later and billy summers to read and then i am done with the novels and it is wild by the time. You're listening to this though. There's a good chance that i am done. Well no there'll be another one coming out already. Yeah there's a third wendy's book coming out next year. But i will be done for at least like five months break. It'll be a serious break. That'll be nice for you. Yeah yeah. I guess i need to pick up the second wendy book at some point. You'll get to it you'll get to it. Yeah not not in a hurry. It's not biking but you know still need to rate it before. I read one that king research to. Yes that's right. i forgot. He didn't read this. Yeah but katie. Thank you so much for joining me. You will be back for leigh story at least and i look forward to talking to you about that one as well me too. Thanks for having me all right. That does it for this episode of chat cemetery. You can support the podcast on patron for a dollar a month. You'll get a thank you on the show for two dollars a month. I will send you a chat cemetery sticker and if you want to follow us on social media you can do so at chat cemetery on twitter. Instagram and facebook. You could also rate and review the show. That's a huge help. And as always thank you for listening and we hope you enjoy the rest of your.

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07:12 min | 4 months ago

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"Get to this place. Where again you're kind of just in the middle of nowhere and we're so used to king stories. Yes kind of taking place in the middle of nowhere because maine isn't the most populated state on the planet or you're kind of in the mountains in colorado and you know the middle of nowhere in nebraska you have raised locations that are often isolated in one way or another whether it be a small town that religious stays. everyone just stays there for their lifetimes. Or you're kind of in the middle of nowhere. Isolated like the torrents family in the shining. And in this instance. It's really feeling more like that shining situation where you have all these people going into these caves and if they call for help is going to be a minute before it gets there and caves are dangerous things even without a creepy supernatural being in. Yeah it's like. They closed it for a reason. Yeah exactly and that comes up where they were going to kill him but if they kill him. They run the risk of killing themselves as well with a cave-in and that feels so well thought out on the part of l. Cuco that he knows that his chances even with jack are fairly slim because someone has caught on to his pora game and so he planned so far in advance for this and it ends up still not working for thank god and i just have to say if you enjoyed the holly and the happy slapper seen you know you have some stuff to look forward to in the bill hodges trilogy with holly happy's so that was a moment. Where again if you had read those novels you're like yes and you're always rooting for holly in this scenario. There's no way you wouldn't be. But i have to admit while all of this is happening. I almost forgot that. The whole terry maitland. Thing hasn't been resolved yet because you think you were kind of just going to end on this big note this big confrontation but then you go back to flint city and you know they obviously go back to the bolton household and get their stories straight i because they have time brady that says there in the middle of nowhere right and that was something we don't often see with like we don't often see people actually being like okay shit. We better all decide. What the hell are you. What the hell we're going to tell the authorities. Because i mean talk about it a little bit at the end of it when they're adults kids aren't going to think that through right. And but for the most part lake the realities of the outside world or not necessarily such a driving force in king book and in this one they are because this one does feel like it's set more in the real world or in our world if you will so it's not like some magical creatures just gonna we'll just erase everybody's memories. They're dead now. Everyone's just going to forget everything and because of this wild wild journey that all of these people have gone on. Samuel's exonerates terry and you know they kind of have to give the public a certain story to and you kind of see those press conferences at the end if you will. And they're kind of just like oh he's good and this happens in king novels where someone has to spin the story and they just do it so effortlessly. And you're like i still don't like you though. I know i had a lot of up and down feelings about that guy. I was like. Hey i can appreciate what you're doing which also kind of a deck. But then by the end he's able to do this thing that really just a smooth it all over and everybody's just going to move on with their lives and it's like oh i guess it comes in handy sometime for the right reasons. Yeah what did you think of flint city in general. Because this isn't a city we've seen before but it still felt familiar definitely. has that small town vibe. I didn't necessarily. i've never I've been to oklahoma. But i've never actually like ben and therefore any significant period of time so it didn't necessarily stand out to me like his small towns in maine like those towns always have even though you don't you may not spend a whole lot of time in them. Sometimes they always feel very fully fleshed out and this feels a little more kind of in the background and usually locations per huge part of king's books in this one. It's not so it's okay. But i definitely felt a little bit like what. What makes this town work. Because that's what i expect from a king novel. But i also think that aspect of it ties into this what we've been talking about with it being crime book where there really isn't time for that in crime book because you are going to lose your momentum if you take all this time to really put in detail about it and the location jumps around a lot in this story because we're in flint city when it starts you know you have the alibi in capcity you have the family vacation to you. Know where they're trying to figure out how this van got to flint city and it came from ohio and terry was in ohio visiting his sick father and you have an orderly there who killed two girls which i mentioned that. And you know it's such a small part of the story though that even though it's terrible and important you know in the grand scheme of things you kind of get lost in -tarian clods stories. More than sort of all of the aunts larry stuff but that's still was an important thing that happened and you know spent a decent amount of time in ohio because holly goes there you have marcy sort of recounting the vacation in ohio. And even though we aren't in ohio when she's telling us about it feels like we're there and then you have the whole thing happening in texas so this isn't like it where we're in dairy the whole time not the whole time but most of the time aside from the adults going their own ways and then getting back together you have you know under the dome obviously it all happens under the dome so yeah ain't going anywhere. This story felt different because of how much travel goes on a lot of his stories are kind of set in one place. Like if we're in castlerock were in castlerock. You know right and it's only in something like the stand where the whole thing is about traveling and he has a couple of other books like that. Obviously the dark tower series. Most of the books are about traveling..

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07:07 min | 4 months ago

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"Set up and you have all of these things going on where all of this doubt has crept in like you said and you have this guy who a lot of people know to and then you're like oh he's being a little strange now and oh he suddenly in texas and all of these questions are popping up and i have to say the dan the dynamic between clod and his mom was just so fun to like. That injected this sort of levity into the book even though in the midst of a very very serious situation. But you just can't help but laugh when you're reading some of the things bobby say yes. His mom lovey is so great so great and she's just like whip smart and very capable even in her old age. I love that. She's the one who just has no trouble believing any of this stuff. She's like yeah make sense. She's like i've heard this folklore before makes sense to me. Actually it's real. And i wonder if that's kind of why king took it to texas because of its proximity to mexico and l. Cuco sort of being this mexican boogeyman. Who goes after kids usually. it's disobedient. Kids which frankie wasn't as far as we know you know he was just this kid who liked baseball. And you know terry was. He was an easy target. Yeah yeah the way that this story takes a turn again as they get to texas and you know they have to keep sending claude away like he sent to go get chicken at loved that okay. I guess i'm going to get chicken. Ma and he's like but it's going to be cold by the time. I get back because look i can relate to that. Yes we have food places nearby here. But it's like if you want something that's in colorado springs. Let's say by the time you get back that she's not going to be war. So yeah it was. I was really feeling that moment. I i understand your pain claude. You know you. You don't wanna call chicken. I don't blame you i. I do not want the cold chicken town. Yeah yeah and they how it all wraps together by the end of the book like it starts out a little slow but then it picks up and has a steadily increasing pace even with those stops when they hit texas where okay. Now we are going to sit down and have an explanation session. I think it starts out slow because everyone's working under the assumption that the crime is already been solved. So then you're kind right like okay. We got a question him. We gotta read a ms rice. Got get ready to go to trial and you're doing all this preparing for this thing that never comes and then after that went terry dies. You're like oh oops sees where we gonna do now. Where's the after ramp things up to eleven basically to one solve the crime and to forking to keep your attention. Frankly because this did start a little slow. And i was getting a little worried like about a third of the way through i was like is something gonna happen and of course i knew it was because i had seen the show but i didn't know how the ten episode limited series would compare in pace to the book because ten episodes is a lot but also not a lot. You know it's it's a good amount. Yeah and for the length of this book. I think that was a good choice for the adaptation. But you know as soon as we get to texas. Your expectations are just like okay. Something has to happen and we get this whole major shootout because another character. We haven't even mentioned yet. Jack hoskins and we also have not mentioned yoon sapolu. I hope i'm pronouncing that correctly but yoon kind of ads. All of this element of okay. I am here. I want to help. I have these other obligations. We'll see okay. i'm here again. We're definitely doing this. And jack hoskins is just like taken over you know mind wise and he is doing altis irrational things you know cops at their scariest if you will because you have two sides of the coin here i think because you have ralph. Who is a good detective. Wants to continue being a good detective made of very terrible mistake. And then you have jack who is just going completely off the rails so you have this juxtaposition between ralph and jack where they're just reacting to things in completely different ways you know. Jack wants to get revenge on ralph. For whatever reason petty petty. Because it's definitely shown that jack is not considered a good officer or good deductive. He's not he doesn't he can't get no respect as they rodney. Dangerfield like this fault. He's it is his fault like he has. He shouldn't be getting respect. And like it's i. I'm pretty sure that it's hinted at that. His time on the force very well may be coming to an end anyway and then alco comes to him and manipulates him and takes him over essentially. And then you have this wild card. Because he's obviously not not in his right mind by the time he gets down to texas. He's very unaware of the reality of the situation. He's just being driven by both his own. Petty desires and the prompting of out cuco and so by that final scene or not the final scene but by the big climactic scene where the shootout is happening. It really does feel like okay. Who's going to make it out of this because it's king book and you know somebody's gonna die probably more than one and it could be anybody because there's no very rarely are their sacred people with an king book and this definitely definitely holds to that a lot of people die and it's very sad at that final moment. Yeah you have jack shooting at howie and alec. All of them really. But because he hits the gas tank that explodes where those two have been killed and you is wounded not dead and then ralph and holly go into this cave. Basically like these caves that have been shut down because of probably safety reasons. I mean there was like this whole family thing and people died right like this whole story. That lovey had and you really.

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08:33 min | 4 months ago

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"Right. Yeah and i think the show did a pretty good job of adapting this. Now that i've read the book. They do have some changes as they all. Do you know you. And i have recently watched lisi's story and you know that definitely changes. Some things from the book and a lot of these stories are sometimes hard to tell the way king tells them in a visual format. And i think because this has more of the crime element you know. It's something that people are more used to seeing onscreen. So you know this. And i just finished watching mr mercedes recently to that crime element as long as you don't make it feel like law and order you know I think you're going to dry and a lot of people because you'll still dry in some people who love law and order and i have nothing against that series of shows because obviously as for has been on for like twenty three seasons or something so they know what they're doing but i think for a king novel especially the crime ones. It's still wouldn't make sense to adapt it that way. Because it's not a weekly crime thing that you can do over ten episodes. It's one crime in this case. It still multiple crimes right. It's not enough to have that sort of procedural feel and oftentimes kings crime stuff doesn't really follow procedure. No i mean this gets close. I think with like detective work. That happens in it. But it's still once. The supernatural element becomes apparent in it. All of that kind of goes out the window. Once you have the detective coming to the suspect's wife injuring in all of that will i mean. Does that happen after he dies. I know it's right around that time. I wanna say it's just before like once they start realizing like is this is not everything is adding up here. Detectives don't usually go. And i'll keep what you say to myself you know. And and that's it works within the context of this kind of supernatural crime. Story and too much procedure would have made this feel just so dry and it wouldn't have worked if you're also trying to you know include the really freaky aspects of the d'appel ganger part of this. Because i i. It's just kind of weird and creepy and then as you as they reveal more and more of the reality of what this creature is it gets more and more upsetting as you see the trail that this creature has left across the country the world killing children and feeding off of all of their them and their families misery. Yeah i totally agree with you. That it would have been more dry. If there were more of the procedural cop talk stuff in this and i think the fact too that they bring in alex kelly who is a private detective kind of helps ease that because he's sort of in this gray area. He has rules that he has to follow. But he's not a cop so he doesn't have all of the same rules that they have to follow and you know he has a little more freedom. He is basically trying to beat the cops at their own game too. So that how he can sort of. Have this upper-hand. Howie being the lawyer. For terry maitland and you see all of these people in the end come together in a way that at the beginning of the book you wouldn't expect but king does that legwork to make sure that all of these characters are going to come together in the end and you know you throw holly into the mix too because alec i believe is the one who has like. Oh hey i've heard of this person and you know at this point in time we don't really know y it was just holly and not bill. Who came because. I think as soon as alex mentioned holly anyone who's read the bill. Hodges trilogy is like oh you know. Maybe bill's going to show up to and he doesn't. And i liked that they actually just pull holly for this because it kind of leaves you wondering what happened to bill and they hint at it in this book may hint at what happened and how it all fell apart for them but i was. I was wondering as i was reading. It does as he's telling me what the end of the lah because this came out shortly after like this was obviously written after the mr mercedes trilogy. Yeah i think you had end of watch and then you had like wendy's button box and sleeping beauty's and then this so you have okay. That makes sense. So you only have those two books one being annabella in between and watching this so you know it's not like a lot of time has passed because it really seems like at this point. He's kind of telling these stories in real time so you know. We're not going back in time to tell any of these stories. They're kind of happening whatever years he wrote them in at least yet looks like the end of watch was published in two thousand sixteen and then this came out about two years later so enough time for him to write the end. Watch and then be like. Let's use this care. I like this character. Let's bring her into this next book and give a little closure to the previous previous ones. So i was like i really got to get into that. Mr mercedes series and then promptly didn't show started in two thousand seventeen to so that one kind of started right after the trilogy ended so we had this live action version of holly to see and different portrayal in the outsider. As far as that a patients go. I was wondering if it would be the same person. It is not very different way. But i think holly was one of those characters that people either really liked her or couldn't stand her because of her quirks that she had. And you know. I'm just speaking from kind of what i've heard you know within our little horror steven king kind of internet friend group if you will and i think she's a very interesting character since you don't have that experience with the bill. Hodges trilogy what did you think of holly. When she was introduced our. I just loved her. I was so excited to see her because she's not necessarily likeable in a traditional way even as an especially not as a traditional female character. She's very breaks all of those bounds. as you would expect from a king book honestly you know. She is so shrewd and isn't afraid to be you know upfront with people and insult people. If necessary to get what she wants and she's got so many flaws such a strong an interesting person that it really was sleek. That was the thing that may be the most interested in reading. And i'm still going to read it. It's just my it's in my pile. You know the giant pile. She was the one i was like. I gotta know more about this character because any any book that has her in it is gonna have at least something else going on as well and they allude to the fact that holly has experienced different things. Let's say yes. I do that really well because it doesn't give away the bill hodges trilogy. It doesn't spoil any of those books. Everything is alluded to extremely vaguely. So that if you have read it you know exactly what they're talking about. But if you haven't like you you're kind of intrigued and you want to go read those and be like ooh. What's this about. You know business very something very very specific. That happened to this character. And you know we've gone for about twenty five minutes here are so and we have not even mentioned l. cuco so yes is the big twist..

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08:51 min | 4 months ago

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"Adventure. Yeah and grace. Is the daughter. Who is you know seeing the outsider. And because she's the younger of the two everyone is kind of finding it hard to believe her but as a reader we all know from previous king novels. That you kinda always have to believe the kids you know. I just finished reading the institute recently to that definitely has like fire starter vibes all over again with more characters more kids. You have it where they're kind of just going through this thing on their own and no one in town is really helping them at all by any means because hates one. They're too scared to tell the adults and two. They know even if they do. They won't be believed but all of those kids are older than grace. So you know grace's just saying these things and telling everyone the truth but it's so bizarre what she sang that they don't really believe her. And you know you mentioned the bill hodges trilogy and holly gibney comes into play in. This and i was surprised how long it took. Because i could have sworn she was in more of the show i again. I could be wrong. Because i haven't seen the series since it premiered in january of last year and as we all know it is very very long almost year and a half now of this. Roughly roughly a year and a half. Now of this by the time Everyone is listening to this. It's been about a year and a half of the whole pandemic thing and this happened before that and it somehow seems like a lifetime ago. Yeah exactly like a january twenty twenty. That was like twenty years ago. So i apologize my as a little hazy with the show but i'll probably talk about more of the differences in that episode because with the novel's obviously being the source material. It's always interesting to be what the shows do decide to change. And i think the way king wrote this was very specific in its intent like you said the murder feels more detached and i think that is what makes it so brutal to because frankie is never really character. We get care about before this happens. Yeah yet we're seeing him from the perspective for the most part from the investigative team and then in howie Terry's lawyer and a little bit from terry's perspective it feels more like a crime show lake where we have this nameless victim almost that then kind of we get a little bit of glimpse into but it's not necessarily about this book is not about frankie. This book is about you. Know what happens. Because frankie. Because of frankie staffs and how that affects both terry and then his inner circle and then the detectives who are trying to figure out like what the heck actually happened here because you know from their perspective. Initially it does seem reasonable. They have all of this. What they feel is ironclad evidence but as Terry's lawyer point saudis. But you didn't actually do any checking. You took all those people seriously. But you didn't actually check terry's whereabouts. You didn't talk to him. I you just assumed you had something and swooped in. And i think that obviously the reason for that in the book is because of the brutality of the crime is that they don't want to give anything away and spooked terry. 'cause they think he's just gonna run and that works really well within the book. I think that they did just go off half cocked. Yeah and you have the fact that ada bill samuels is the one sort of pointing this case in a very specific direction. And you have ralph anderson the main detective who knows this family. He's known terry for years. And you know. Terry coached his son who they talk about a lot. But he's like am i the whole story. Yup we never get to meet him or anything like that. And and his I really liked the fact that we also get from genie his wife that. There's it's almost a detective and his his assistant or side worker where she's giving perspective and even though she's not a detective. Her perspective is at points in the book. Totally invaluable and that is what helps. Ralph really see. Like maybe i do need to keep more of an open mind because this is like it gets to a point of okay. It's a little weird you know. we've got this alibi. And then as the alibi becomes more and more concrete it starts to get weirder and weirder and then once they bring holly into things and she starts spilling the t. about okay. This is what i found lake then. It just turns the weird up to eleven and it really feels like genie. Is the only reason ralph can really except that. Because he loves this woman so much and she's able to accept it and willing to work within this framework he's able to do so as well eventually not reversed by. i like. this is not true on your crazy. Yeah and we have two massive events that really turned the tides of this novel twice. I you have frankie's murder and that really says you up to think okay. They already arrested the guy. This can't be the whole story. So you are basically starting with the end result and kind of working your way backwards through this to find out the truth and i kind of liked that he does it that way because even though obviously this is still going in chronological order as far as with the crime. It feels like it's all happening backwards. It's like you said it's chronological but then it also kind of plays what king does incredibly well plays with time so that we are still getting the past from the current perspective. It works really well within this book. And it's not too much because i think he really could have gone overboard like this did not need you know like an level where we are going back and forth in time and seeing the murder and all that like there's just enough of it to make it to give it some perspective i think exactly and he easily could have made the timelines super confusing for us especially with you know the quote unquote to terry's so i'm glad that it was done the way it was done and it was easy to follow that way and yeah you know the second. Massive event is teri being shot outside the courthouse by frankie's brother. Also everything that happens to. The peterson family absolutely terrible. Yes just crushing it crushing. And that's not anything new for king and like you can kind of tell it's coming as you could just see like okay like an under the dome with The guy who eventually commits suicide. I can't remember his name but like he's lost his whole family. Like i think i think he's the one who sees his wife bleed out in front of him. Right is the dome comes down. Her hand gets cut off and he just slowly loses his mind and you can tell from the point after his wife has died in his arms. That like there's no coming back for this guy and that's very much. How feels for the peterson. Family and i will say so. I had this book spoiled for me which was terrible because it was a review. And i was i was reading. I was like how. Do i want to give this a try. So i read this review and in like the first two sentences it says you know that who the outsider is. All of this. And i was like oh well that must not be like a huge part like king must get into that right away and then i learned as i'm reading the book like know what's going on is actually like the first half of the mystery and it's not truly revealed until it good until halfway point you don't really figure out what's going on and i was like sis not cool and i still liked. I was still able to enjoy the book but it did give me a different perspective of knowing that like it definitely wasn't terry who killed him. There is d'appel ganger and all of that and it was like But i was really frustrated. When i figured that out about four pages in. That was the mystery that we were trying to solve or the first mystery. There are more mysteries that come along but so if you came to this book after watching the show you also knew that..

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06:17 min | 4 months ago

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"Hey everyone chats materials back. I'm your host diana chapman and today i am joined once again by katie schaefer. And we are talking about the novel the outsider. Here's your spoiler alert everyone. I know we're talking about more recent stuff here but we are talking about everything that happens in this book. This is one that. I actually did backwards. I watched the tv show before reading the book. And wow some things are different. Katie are they. I haven't watched the show yet. I've i've been like okay. I'm going to do it. And i'm going binge at all but parts of it are really dark so it was. I don't know it's already dark time in the world. Do i really want to add more to well. I won't spoil any of the show for you. But i will say that. I have absolutely no recollection of all of the texas stuff. Oh okay being in the show. I think some of it is like in the show but i don't think it's texas. I could be wrong. I watched it when it came out for reasons that i don't really know because i knew i was gonna watch it for this but i guess i just wanted to like keep up with the conversation or something but i do have to say the book very good. I feel like people are kind of on both sides of the fence with this one where people either really don't like it all that much or people really do enjoy it and obviously we'll get to ratings later but overall. How did you feel about this book. This was one of the. Because i read this book. Way back when it came out as well and that at the time i think it was one of the first things i read after that. He wrote a significant chunk of time after his accident. So what. I see a lot of online people calling like his new style. Like people say that these are different than from before which. I don't know that. I agree with but i really liked this one and i was kinda reading it in that mindset of like does this feel different and not really. I mean i've read enough king. That's well it's no more different than like. The green mile is writing style. For example is from kerry. Those are two very different style. Stylistic books and a part of it is due to age but it also just seemed like and i haven't read his mr mercedes books which this kind of relates to so i was wondering maybe this is really his It's not exactly hard boiled but it's definitely leans towards that at times he's going through a crime phase. I would say yeah. Yeah and i wanted to read the mr mercedes. Because i've heard they're good and i really liked the guy who's the lead actor in that show. Brendan gleeson yes. I think he's fabulous Especially at this kind of a role that i heard the mr mercedes character is so what did you think i was a little weary going into it because i knew how brutal it was going to be having seen the show and knowing that even though the show is on. Hbo at probably tame to certain elements of kings story. Down a little bit because king is really really good at writing children characters but in this story he's writing about children in a completely different wildly morbid way. You know because for the most part you know the main kid that this focuses on is dead right from the start pretty much so you have this whole town mentality. I think you really see bits and pieces of this town mentality like we do in under the dome just to a lesser extent. Because we're not so focused on as many characters. But you know terry maitland. Was the little league coach. Everyone loved this guy and multiple people. Multiple eye-witnesses picked him out as the guy last seen with the boy alive right and then coming out of the woods with blood on his shirt and those are some pretty and people liked him enough that they all just kind of relate with the blood or just kind of like oh because he excuses it away with saying he has a nose bleed and they're like well. Let's seems a little weird but it's terry he wouldn't do anything wrong and then this happens and i think the the book opens with his arrest right on the when they're coaching. He's coaching that little league game and they just descend upon him. That's pretty close to the beginning. And then you kind of work your way through the story backwards as they're trying to solve the crime. And you have frankie. The boy who was absolutely mutilated raped. After the fact. I think it was and then you know. This story is just so hard to read at times because it's one thing when king has adult characters. Go through all of these horrible things you know like. I said we've seen him put kids through the ringer but never in quite the same way. The this feels more detached almost in in a certain way which fits in more with like the mystery crime book aspect of it because those are typically fairly detached from the victim and he does that and i think really the only time we get a kid's perspective in this is from Maitland's daughter who's seeing the outsider. And even then it's just a brief little glimpse of it. And i think even that brief glimpse feels very mike. Okay as usual. King knows how to write kids but this one. It feels almost more brutal. Because we don't learn a whole lot about frankie. He is just kind of the crime victim. And that's not usual for king book character. Development is very big in kings stuff and in this. We don't get a whole lot about the person whose death started this whole adventure..

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08:02 min | 1 year ago

"2018" Discussed on Science Fiction Remnant

"Hello everyone. I just wanted to mention that you could actually make your own podcast to with anchor. Let me explain to you as it has one of my favorite things. It's free. yeah we like free. There's creation tools that allow you to you. Know you can record you can edit. You can do anything right on your computer. You can do it on the phone so it doesn't matter where you are really few passionate talking about something. These app is for you. If you're one just to share with anybody around the world yeah anchor will even help you distributor podcasts Platforms like spotify apple podcasts. In many more. So he's like you don't even have to worry about the heavy lifting. Yeah yup and you can even make money. Yeah then there's no minimal listenership shipborne like that. So i mean you can take your time. You can share your material and reach out to the public. Yep everything you need in one place. Download the free anchor up or go to anchor dot. Fm to get started listeners. My name is the vernon. I'm the host of the cinema recalled podcast don poll shows by self along with some great guests. We will talk about a movie and then some of the most iconic moments that happened it said movie on top of that. You would get for shows were i will give you short reviews a boat new wind movies or i'll just rant and rave about someone in the entertainment industry so we're come to south were available on inker spotify. Stitcher radio apple podcasts. Google podcasts the places. Don't forget to follow us on social media on twitter we're at cinema on his recall and then facebook instagram. We are cinema. Recall podcast dot. Don't forget to mill us your at spots to play on trump's odes that email is cinema recall at g mail dot com. Hope to see round and thank you very much for listening. Well everyone i. We're gonna have a great episode ahead of us. We have a wonderful movie. That is being long-awaited. I will say for the fans. Its venom what do you think about that roared. This is this will be i just. I just loved this movie. A is a marvel movie. Obviously but i don't love it. Because i mean i love most of marble movies too but is just a way that this movie is created. It's just so like which is going to sound weird because like dark and there's always definitely dark but because of the hero. I think so is because the character is anti hero. Right neither is not a villain is not a hero so is just and just the way that he reacts in so for this episode we decided to bring to host for stressed to present anxious to talk about this movie and i think you liked this movie as well as we do right i love it absolutely love it and i'm so excited to be on awesome. Thank you so much for coming in to tell us a little bit about your show and then where people can go find you. I am the host. Is you sata stress depressed. Anxious podcast focuses primarily on mental health. And all the struggles that i have personally with mental health so There's a variety of different topics discussed centered around depression stress anxiety. And you could find it on any of your favorite listening platforms not limited to but including apple spotify pandora anchor And you can also check me out on twitter. St underscore anxious and also instagram at st anxious awesome nice. We're gonna put a link on our show notes the website so you guys can find it easier But check it out. I mean one of the things that i notice about when i listened to the podcast is know those those topics. You don't really talk about the you go through life and kind of nice to hear like oh well. I'm not alone. this is happening to me. Only and there's there's a feeling of kelly can relief because you know possibly maybe doing the same thing you guys are doing and i feel better about myself just by listening so that makes me so happy to hear. Thank you so much. So i strongly recommend if you haven't listened to that podcast. Go listen to it. Absolutely no work in the day. He's just daddy. He creates that that feeling of of commonality. You know for you to see like okay. I'm not crazy when i feel are thing these things. Yeah they happens to other people and now even more. You know what we're going through nowadays cooked up in house and you know there's things that we're not normally used to handling now we're face to face with it and so yeah i. I strongly recommend it i. I'm i'm a fan. So thank you so much. And i'm such a fan of this podcast. It's such an honor to be on with you all. Thank you so going back to the movie this movie. I don't know if you had a chance to look up a little bit about it but do you know how much it cost. No i'm assuming it's a big budget film. It's no surprise. you know. The movie cost on one hundred million really well as marvel. Movie is a big budget movies so now we always do this at the beginning. Aubrey episode. Because this is how we categorize if the movie is asleep or not Do you know how much it made I will venture to guess maybe triple obese revenue eight hundred and fifty short. That sounds fine with the expectation there. Yeah so it's definitely not as sleeper movie. But i just. I just loved this movie this. There's a slightly different if you're a fan of the the story which we're not gonna try to get into for the comic books or or the the the the comics and the reason why i bring it up is because most people when this movie came out including myself there were wondering what happened to spiderman because this usually the stories are usually intertwine or related at least the beginning to indicate the the origin story. Yeah so but even a dad. And i remember. There was a lot of controversy but there was a lot of people. Say negative things about the movie because of that i. I don't think i can count myself as one of those. Although i was expecting something spiderman related. I mean i am still expecting it. Dimbleby was amazing. i love everything every every single thing about this movie and even from the the comic books you know i always i. I think i'm always drawn to that type. You know like Not hero villain type but you have. Your heart is in the right place. 'cause there is anti you know you know the are heroes. I mean there's there's anti heroes air that they're.

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"2018" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"2018" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

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"2018" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"2018" Discussed on KCRW

"2018. Kim Yo Jong sat with President Moon Jae in vice President Mike Pence and other heads of state of the Winter Games opening ceremony. She later assisted her brother at summits with President Trump in Singapore and Hanoi. Kim Yo Jong is now widely seen as North Korea's de facto number two leader Andrei Lankov, North Korea. Expert at Komi in University in Seoul, says Kim Jong UN's recent disappearance, apparently due to an unknown illness cemented his sister's new roll off course this make more necessary for him to have a trusted deputy. And if this person has to come from the If you like whole family from the ruling class and in their own clan, they have now a shortage off adults. Blank. Off's not kidding about the royal family, he says. North Korea is essentially a hereditary monarchy in the 19 nineties, he notes. Kim Jong un's father, Kim Jong Il, was assisted by his sister, so there is nothing on your own. About, say, a sibling off the current leader to be he's second in command. It's actually a very well established tradition off the Kim family. What is unusual in North Korea is female leaders. Kim Soon Hee, an expert on women in North Korea, now retired from the Korean Institute of National Unification, a government think tank in Seoul, explains the North Korean system is fundamentally patriarchal. The government tells the people that they form one big socialist family. The father of this metaphorical family, she explains, is Kim Jong UN. The mother is the ruling Workers Party. The Children are the North Korean people and the father's authority is unchallenged him, says Kim Jong UN reportedly has three small Children who are too young to rule. She believes Kim Yo Jon's most likely future role is not that of successor. But instead a regent or caretaker until Kim Jong un's son is old enough to take over little Kim Myung herself would not hope to be a successor, although she may have a strong will to acquire greater practical power. She's smart enough to know that it wouldn't be easy for women Women in North Korea, she adds, Don't dare compare themselves.

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"2018" Discussed on Pop Culturing

Pop Culturing

27:40 min | 2 years ago

"2018" Discussed on Pop Culturing

"Uh from a genetics perspective to infinity and beyond because we don't always do gen-x movies thus the movie we're doing today what are we doing today we're doing eighth grade eighth that's a great see it's a great see because then after that she's like you know they have a close up of her face walking away from these two girls and she's like nervous like what did i just do and then there's this little teenage movies johnny from credit kid like these really kind of buffer looking guys what's so special i mean he's got the cool factor that's the best part is he's eighth grade eighth grade boys are not developed they're not men and that's why he's a perfect eighth grade boy he's skinny how did you find out the name of the song because i dug around to find it because it's so perfect like so every time you see this young man on camera that's the music that you i hear and it's really fun and it's funny it's even more powerful than what you just because it's very quiet in the movie the movie super quiet and then all the sudden it comes super loud it'll like show him just like look up and then this musical play and i laugh every time because i as a girl can relate to that feeling where you see and boys probably feel this way girls or girls probably feel this way about girls and boys about boys whoever you're attracted do you have a moment where you're like oh my god like they shake your work world and he she really is attracted to him like the rest of the classes yeah and she even one of her goal sheets that she's making she says she wants a boyfriend and she puts imprint the sees aden she wants him to be her boyfriend and practices kissing her hand he does almost catches her practicing kissing her hand is kind of a weird thing too i don't know it's just weird what we're not that she just i it would have been it feel like she didn't have to be worried that she just got caught doing something it's so funny that you would say this 'cause i tried to talk to you about this last night because i didn't think you understood that part deeply and i was trying to say have you ever had that experience kissed my hand well it's not about the kissing of the hand here's what here's what's happening in that moment she is having sexual we'll feelings in such a way that she's actually acting on you know she's like kissing her hand and she pulls up his instagram is looking at it and she's kind of hanging out with her own hand it's completely you know it's not hard to watch early and then her dad walks in and seeing her dad's face is like knicks are taking a cold shower well it not only is geez all excited and then her dad shows up and removes any excitement or like just changes the world well for me maybe that's what would happen to you if like you were doing that in your mom walked in for me i'm embarrassed that i was thinking about sex wchs and then now i'm looking at my father it does i don't think he knows what i'm thinking but it's such a change in your for embarrassing and she threw her phone and it cracked and so to your point it's not literal she doesn't think her dad knows but she's grossed out about the i'm thinking about sex and i'm looking at my dad it's gross no doubt there's so many different scenes with the dad and i don't know if you wanna go here you why don't you just talk about why did you like this doubt till much because it was an honest portrayal you know when our kids are born when our kids start realize that were human beings you know i think that we were perfect then they we realized we're not right we're just grown up kids basically then they think we're annoying then then we're less than human beings and you know she gives plenty of reason it's funny because the data's so understanding he's the dad that i want to be in many ways because if my kids talk to me the way that she talks to him i don't think i would have as much patience as he does so in that way a he is i don't think he's a weak character no gosh no and that's why i feel like i wish i had as much patience because he knows that he has first of all he's a single dad yeah so i can't even begin to comprehend what it's like to be a single parent at all but he has the he's moments where he just it's easy to love somebody who's being loving towards you it's really hard so think about your own relationships it's really hard to be coming towards somebody who's being nasty towards you and somehow he finds a way to do that so that's why i liked him i mean there's many reasons why but that's one of them and there's so many like i feel thing every single clip that the data over does but i'm not going to do that but that's why i liked well in me too and i think that he knows that he's her sun and moon like he knows that he has to be both parents to hers and he knows that what she's going through is normal and that he is trying to listen like there so many indicators of how earnest he is and one of them that i realized last night when we watched it was kind of moving on from kissing her hand there's when she has a banana and she's kind of trying to figure out if oral sex is something that she would want to do how to do and she's kind of holding a banana when he walks in the door and again it's an she's embarrassed again holding this banana and he says to her is that a banana and the era i'm so glad good more into the do you remember the guy that have been you having a banana oh today as i was growing at it i swear like a month ago i asked you if you wanted to banana and you got angry at me and he said you hate bananas and i always forget that you hate bananas actually i wrote a note dan better happening so wouldn't he's going to his phone like i think he thinks he might be crazy is he's like wait a second and it's such a beautiful parenting moment because he's like you got all mad at me so on and asking if you want a right and so i made a note that you don't like bananas because you were mad that i didn't remember like that's his parents were just trying to navigate these people and he's trying to do it and she's making him feel crazy he makes him very she she is not easy no eighth graders sarisi well that's not true that's a that's a broad do you really feel no eighth graders era is being an eighth grade by definition is it's too challenging time in somebody's transitioning from kid hood to adulthood yes that is true i i agree with that i think that the maybe what i wanted to stay in that of all eighth graders challenging which can sometimes be this general statement where we're like oh they're all going to be jerks which i don't believe at all i think eighth graders really self aware as part of the reason bo burnham chose this year to a movie about it because there really is like a opening an awakening from childhood to teenage years or too young adulthood were they see everything through a different light and i and i want to even acknowledge there's a scene when they're at the dinner table do have that scene hold up to the reason why is because she's not very nice to him but in you may play this part but there's a moment where she says you said on fridays i do whatever i wanted to do which means she's on her phone so she's not on her phone all the time friday night is time that she can do that ever she wants and so when in that moment were watching it we may think to ourselves oh she's such a spoiled brat she's on her phone there at dinner but they make a point of saying may degree made an agreement you can go out with me that you won't hear this part but he's like can i just say one thing and then he starts rambling okay i'm not saying if you best friends with kenny sorry it's a chunk of things dodge showed up to what i get it please but i'm actually not saying this to make you feel bad i'm saying to make you feel better you know it makes me feel better if you let me go on my phone okay fine go ahead that is not easy no and he is trying to you love her somehow he's figuring it out and so so i don't want to go too far away from the dad because i think you and i can both relate to myspace really you the first time i saw the movie i went with some of my girlfriends and we saw it in the theater and as i was watching it i only thought about you i was like todd is going to love this dad because he's such an a good man and i think you're a good man and you're good dad and you're always trying new things but they don't always work and sometimes they land really flat out told no doubt like that scene but i wanna talk about her her social networking and her phone sure a second okay because that's a huge part of this movie and you know as i was saying about him choosing eighth grade and why bo burnham decided to focus you know what anxiety looks and feels like on an eighth grade girl because like i said he wrote this him you know his his experience with anxiety and then she becomes the central character and it's because you know this is a really eighth grade is a super pivotal time you know like it's when you're starting to see yourself acknowledged yourself and he pointed out in an interview that he started looking when he decided to have her tube channel he decided to start looking at youtube channels like what are the girls and the guys doing on youtube because he wants to see the language and their voices and he said this is so great you know what i realized is that boys in eighth grade talk about mine craft and girls in eighth grade talk about their souls isn't that so true well it's totally feeling to yes girls talk about real stuff not necessarily the best way they don't do it but they're having substantial or substantive you know important conversations and the boys i think in my opinion or condition and that's beat out of them and they work on the shallow stuff and i agree with that and i also agree with the mature slower you know there's girls in eighth grade who are coming into themselves a little like you know looking at her like kayla is a very typical girl but she has gone through puberty at least it seems like it whereas we were just talking about aden instill the scrawny kid you could told me he was in sixth grade and i believed you so not only are they not as physically galloped but they're not as emotionally developed and the other point that bo burnham made about the social networking thing is he said that so do you remember and maybe you can pull this up he uses the song or nickel flow by.