35 Burst results for "A. Gray"

Author Of "Putin's Playbook" Rebekah Koffler on Russian's Strategic Culture

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:42 min | 2 d ago

Author Of "Putin's Playbook" Rebekah Koffler on Russian's Strategic Culture

"Let's talk about your book momentarily. Putin's playbook but first let's set the ground rules. What is russia like in terms of its strategic culture. One of the greatest thing. 'cause out they calling gray. We lost him at a couple of years ago. Said every nation has a strategic culture lanes through which it looks at world. What is the easiest way to understand. How different russia is whether it's size soviet union all today. That's an excellent question. Actually and this is something that not many experts. Even the intelligence community understand that various countries are driven by the strategic culture. Some western experts. Believe that everybody is the same. And that is just simply not true as you know leads to bad intelligence exactly. And that's why. We are in the situation. Not only with regard to russia but with regard to garner stan iraq and places like that all over the world because the so-called experts did not factor in the mindset and the strategic culture of the adversaries and opponents. That they deal with this i. I've seen it myself. When i was a defense department civilian the fact that even seasoned veterans of the intelligence community sometimes the looked at other nations as if they were looking into a mirror and they thought well. This is how it works in america so clearly. That's how it's going to work in macedonia roar in two and it's one of the biggest mistakes you can

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How to Make a Resume and Get Your Dream Job

A Beautiful Mess Podcast

02:32 min | 4 d ago

How to Make a Resume and Get Your Dream Job

"I wanted to have helium this episode because she made a resume that stood out in kind of a bonkers way. It's the best resume i've ever seen in my life. And she is willing. She's volunteered to come on here. And teach you all how to make this resume. So here's what the resume looked like. It was colorful. It had her picture on it. Which i find that very helpful to just like. Remember the person you know when you're looking at a sea of resumes. They can start to like all blend together and peoples credentials. Honestly like yes. You're gonna look for minimum requirements. But they're not gonna stand out. Maybe in the way that it feels to you. So i think having like a little bit of visual there was really strong. And then the other thing she de i was her second interview so emma did her first interview and i did. Her second interview is an in person interview. And we actually lunch at this. Adorable restaurant in nashville. That's close now are are. I know we went there. A bunch of it was called little octopus. If you're wondering it was really just anyway way to derail in the first five minutes so anyway she came to the interview. It was my first time to meet her. It was her first time to meet me. We sat down for lunch. We were making your small talk and she slid across the table. This booklet to me and so this wasn't her resume. Her resume was cute and designed kind of similarly. But this was more of a presentation. That an i was interviewing her. I didn't ask her to prepare a presentation. All it was normally as you know people show up an answer my questions so i was blown away to be honest when i saw this and what was in the little it was kind of like maybe would you say like seven pages or Ages seven and it was bound together with just a ring so is very simple and it looked gray kind of fit with the brand of a beautiful mess. Which i think is very important. If you're applying for a creative position you can show in this way that you're a creative person. You have creative abilities which is very impressive. And in any way what. The book contained was kind of like some ideas and plans that she had for what she could do in this position and what she could do with our company and i think here's an important thing to understand about it even if the ideas that she shared with me in. That first interview didn't really apply to the position. It didn't matter. She was showing me that she had ideas and that she was excited to bring ideas to the table. So don't get so focused on whether or not your ideas are perfect but just frigging bring some.

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How to Tell if You're Making the Right Decisions with Marc Polymeropoulos

The EntreLeadership Podcast

02:20 min | 4 d ago

How to Tell if You're Making the Right Decisions with Marc Polymeropoulos

"Leadership is really high stakes decision. Making and mark made those types of decisions every single day. In the several years ago. I retired in two thousand nineteen so this happened in about two thousand fifteen or so and i had. I've returned from afghanistan. For i will. I was a youth along. Pak afghan border was a ci per military base. But i came back to headquarters and my old base was running a counter-terrorist operation and they had it was. It was against a high value target. It was taliban member who was responsible for the deaths of many americans and was plotting to kill more so someone we really cared about. Whether i careful how. I say this but you know we put someone on the x. Either for a capture operation or perhaps to pass onto the us military. And it's really important and it's what we're very good at. But i was back at our headquarters and i called onto by the senior leadership. And they say okay. This is what's happening so there was a lack of situational awareness. Everything is going wrong in terms of communications. They are paralyzed that headquarters on whether or not to give go ahead on this operation and they said mark what do you think remember. I've been there for year. I knew the individuals involved. The officers that i had trained that i've served with. I knew the afghan partners we had. I knew the operation from cover to cover. And so you know. There's there's nothing about it that i that i wasn't aware of while headquarters didn't have that situation awareness. I really did. And so ultimately looked at me and they said what should we do. We're not sure what to do. And i said well. What are the people on the ground advocating. They said they said. Let's go. And i said well absolutely do it. And they looked at me and they said how. Can you make that decision. We don't know what's going on. And i said well actually i actually do. I'm comfortable in this area. And i've comfortable in the gray in times of ambiguity and so i recommend that the operation go forward a senior officer at the i looked at me and he said if this goes wrong. It's your career on the line. And i said sure fine and by the way the operation was a success and so we took someone off the battlefield who was trying to kill americans and had killed. You know my fellow colleagues and was going to certainly do so in the future but after a colleague of mine said. How did you make that decision. I said it was easy because You know there were. There were several fundamental things that we had done that. I know my team had danica again. The team was well trained. They believed in each other. They were comfortable in decision making. Because i'd given them all opportunities on the ground to do so so i love the story because it was so easy for me to operate in that gray. That was my happy space.

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Bader, Carlson HR in 7-Run 4th, Cards Better Gray, Reds 10-6

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 d ago

Bader, Carlson HR in 7-Run 4th, Cards Better Gray, Reds 10-6

"The cardinals avoided a three game sweep by erupting for seven runs in the fourth inning of a ten six win at Cincinnati the big rally was highlighted by Harrison banners three run Homer and Dylan Carlson's two run blast Tyler o'neill slammed the first inning two run Homer off Sonny gray who is torch for a career high eight runs no one are not also went deep for the Redbirds Johanna Vietto was in position for his first career win before Cincinnati loaded the bases with one out in the fifth prompting bench coach Oliver Marmol to bring in eventual winner Ryan Helmsley I'm the ferry

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Sean Snyder, High Stakes Mixed-Game Beast, on Pots Won and Lost

Chasing Poker Greatness

02:54 min | 6 d ago

Sean Snyder, High Stakes Mixed-Game Beast, on Pots Won and Lost

"I have questions about pods one and lost if any of those. Come to mind like any. We talk about pots. One any significant thoughts come to mind. I'm in the biggest spot. I ever want of course is going to be significant in my head. It was It was an element. Is the seven as this. Is not the best podcasts gas because none of the interesting hands are going to be games that anyone plays but yeah it was Just one hundred twenty thousand dollar pot against them like a bazillion time bracelet winner. He was kind of. I mean that was the beginning of the game too but he was really a beginner in the game he had a hit just started splashing very heavily in the stars. Four hundred and eight hundred eight intend game. Whatever happened to be. But we're playing two hundred four hundred element this seven at commerce a lot and i had been getting relatively good at it in. He was not good at it yet. He got it in as bad as anyone's ever gotten it against me to be honest To which is not something you do after you. Five all in for lines. Two rounds of betting so i had a hand that against him. I was ecstatic. It in but against any other person you would be shitting. Your pants. Provide you might. Actually i would ever better good player might have been able to fold the hand against someone else but yeah i. I only ran at once at the time and he did not hit his car. Draw and one hundred twenty thousand dollars for mine whole goes. I think what he started talking about. One hundred twenty k. potted. It doesn't matter the game. Your interests is pete. It's it's really rare. That like my blood gets pumping. Like even though i was certain i had the best hand like i was that. That's a lot of money. And i think we're playing Is again like a very short handed. Game six hundred twelve hundred limit plus the two hundred four hundred no limit. I was stuck about sixty thousand time which it wasn't the most i've ever been stuck stuck. Sixty thousand had another sixty thousand in front of man. Suddenly it was all in. So i mean i was. I was one cooler away or one babbio away from being a hundred twenty thousand yet you were out of that size and it just gets you exactly basically i mean. It's gotta be good feeling getting gray. The i didn't even win in for that. And maybe five fifteen twenty thousand something like that. It was cool to win a very very large pot. sars puzzle lost i. I've played a ton same game. No limited to seven tons of pots in the eighty thousand range won and lost. None really stick out as particularly terrible oldham lots of pots. Fifteen twenty maybe thirty thousand. No memorable ones really. I just. I have a terrible memory when it comes to like large pots Kinda wants the point. Once they get to the point where very large. I feel like no one really had that interesting of a decision for the most part at least though i'm more about the old either funny hands or financy hands where i think i played them. Well

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Tourism Is Back but Businesses Are Overwhelmed With Insufficient Staffing

Nightline

01:31 min | Last week

Tourism Is Back but Businesses Are Overwhelmed With Insufficient Staffing

"Good evening thank you for joining us. The people who were cooped up at home last summer have been ear to go on vacations this year but some businesses which were eager for the crowds are struggling. Now we welcome. Abc's deirdre bolton to nightline with this report on the worker shortage the morning july signing on the heels of a worldwide lockdown millions are flocking to the beach but with all that kant's up demand. There is a downside. Businesses are over wealth. It's been different. I've seen things. I've never thought i would see from my life. We are facing a shortage in every industry talked to any of the businesses in downtown with any of the beach areas during the exact same scenario. You don't have the help. Benjamin gray has called this stretch along the atlantic home his entire life working at the bell in and spine rehoboth beach delaware for the last seven years. Nothing compares to the stress. He sees this summer. we've seen unprecedented occupancy levels. The tourism industry in the past year loan has skyrocketed. What is it. Ben like then for you to meet demands. It's now finding the staff to be able to make vets to make the drinks to check people in to check people out to make sure that we have enough people here to take care of the occupancy levels that we're experiencing

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What Makes Squirrels so Adaptable?

Short Wave

02:31 min | Last week

What Makes Squirrels so Adaptable?

"You're living in north america there are several common species of squirrels and chipmunks two of the kind of most ubiquitous species that you're going to see our grey squirrels and fox squirrels. But besides those two species Red squirrels and eastern chipmunks both of which are also quite widespread in the united states and these species charlotte says have thrived despite the dangers of urban environments. There's the presence of the threats that people themselves might present infrastructure changes so habitats often get fragmented. There's vehicles now that they have to watch out for there's novel predators things like domestic dogs and cats And these are all things that are kind of these new challenges and so she wondered are there aspects of screw behavior their personalities that have made them so adaptable some of the behavioral things that we study when we catch the squirrels. We are measuring a number of different behavioral traits. What we call basically animal personality traits. And they're not this kind of anthropomorphized version of personality that we like to ascribe to our pets per se but more focused on things like boldness activity levels exploratory. Behavior aggression right. So can you describe your typical dangerfield. When you're studying these animals. Yes so writing early. Wake up call. I'm usually up at about four thirty in the morning. Oh during the field season so we there's different methods that can be employed for trapping. But because we're working in public places we don't leave our traps overnight. Zoom we catch them. We do our sample collection and behavioral tests. Everything's done in the field so that we can get in animal back to their environment. You know as quickly as possible so generally we have the animals with us for thirty minutes to maybe forty minutes maximum. And do you use the debate. Yes so they. They have a great fondness for peanut butter. So that is our primary bait but we're hiring some other options as well. We're playing around with Different types of nuts and seeds All sorts of

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Perspective (MM #3773)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Perspective (MM #3773)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Many will say there's only one side to the news, the truth, but a lot has to do with perspective month or two sides to every coin. When it comes to aging, what matters, what doesn't it's all about perspective, race relations perspective, the sad reality, as much as we want to admit as much as we want to believe truth all comes down to perspective and it's not just about the sky being blue, the sky being orange. But what if you're wearing a pair of glasses that have a tint to them? And you look up in the sky is orange Taliban. Again perspective, in theory there is only one truth in theory. There's only one right and only one wrong, but as we know, there's the gray area in between and a lot of that has to do with perspective. I was thinking about that the other day, when somebody was telling me about something, they wanted to do a job to do and I said, smart thing to do because I wish I'd done it at your age, my perspective was different, it's a very nuanced word. And each and every day perspective, changes a lot of similarity but a lot of different wage.

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Perspective (MM #3773)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Perspective (MM #3773)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Many will say there's only one side to the news, the truth, but a lot has to do with perspective month or two sides to every coin. When it comes to aging, what matters, what doesn't it's all about perspective, race relations perspective, the sad reality, as much as we want to admit as much as we want to believe truth all comes down to perspective and it's not just about the sky being blue, the sky being orange. But what if you're wearing a pair of glasses that have a tint to them? And you look up in the sky is orange Taliban. Again perspective, in theory there is only one truth in theory. There's only one right and only one wrong, but as we know, there's the gray area in between and a lot of that has to do with perspective. I was thinking about that the other day, when somebody was telling me about something, they wanted to do a job to do and I said, smart thing to do because I wish I'd done it at your age, my perspective was different, it's a very nuanced word. And each and every day perspective, changes a lot of similarity but a lot of different wage.

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The Disappearance of Joyce Yost

Cold

02:52 min | Last week

The Disappearance of Joyce Yost

"Near as kim could tell her mother had last been seen late on the prior saturday night in her sister. Dorothy driveway to know if it had been twenty four hours. You be missing. Nobody you in twenty four hour started by the next day. When they're still wasn't anything. I begged them. Just meet me over there. Go in and see what's wrong you know. And so they met me over there but they made me go in. They didn't go in. I kim wriggled into her. Mother's apartment around noon on tuesday august thirteenth through a side window. She knew did not latch tight. She unlocked the door allowing her husband and a south ogden officer inside everything was clean just like she kept spotless. No sign of a struggle department was always tidy. Everything in the kitchen appeared as usual. She had a one of those automatic times. Copied kicked on and made coffee and the coffee pot was fool. They went into choices bedroom. All our jewelry and everything was on a dresser Anybody came in and robbed her. Everything just like normal. It's like joyce would keep it. Almost the bed was made. A single pillow sat at the top of the bed. It was a minor thing but joyce's bed usually had two pillows always used to falsely petillo that. Tv was right where it was supposed to be her toothbrush her cosmetics. All that stuff was in the bathroom. The pink dress. Joyce had worn to the officers club the prior saturday night sat draped over the back of a chair. Obviously she came home. Set the coffee pot. She had every intention to getting up on starting at her day and just never got to start. Kim looked in her mom's closet. Joyce had so many outfits it was impossible to tell if any of them were missing but she did notice something else. I found a wash cloth down between the dresser in the door and it was dried up and crumpled like had fallen down between detective. sergeant brad. Birch arrived at joyce's apartment that same afternoon to performing more thorough search. He stripped joyce's bed discovering the sheets and the pillow sham didn't match. He examined the wash cloth. It was crusty as happens when water slowly evaporates out of cotton. He smoothed it out. The front face had alternating stripes of pink brown green and gray. The back was tan with several rust colored stains dried blood.

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Jeff Bezos Thinks He's Clint Eastwood in 'Unforgiven'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:34 min | Last week

Jeff Bezos Thinks He's Clint Eastwood in 'Unforgiven'

"The BA Zoe's done. So listen, I don't care if you like the bazaar story producer gyms like Hey, it's the greatest story. Every man I love it. I love I want his autograph chip. He says he spoke Yeah. Yeah, he did. There is a brawl brewing in the studio because Mike agrees with now. Jim didn't say that he just like space our best negative. But Mike is with me. We just don't care so bikes and bike and jibber at each other at each other's throats in a W W e style wrestling match right now. I don't care about this story. I care about Americans being spied on. Mike's with me, 100%. I don't care. I don't care. I'm not interested in Jeff Bezos. The guy's got tension. Million dollars. He got bored on a week and he's like, Hey, I'm gonna go to space Gray. He's got a cowboy hat and take the cowboy. You're not a cowboy. You Jeff Bezos. That's for cowboys. It's not for you. Take the cowboy hat off. Just take it off. You look ridiculous. Take the cowboy hat off. Bezos. It is. It is too big for your right. Thank you, Jim. It is too big for him. Like a doofus. He thinks she's like Clint Eastwood and Unforgiven or something. I've killed just about everything that's walked or crawled at some point in my life will your money I'm William money. And you heard my friend Dude, you're Jeff Bezoza. You just take the hat off you dunce. Is that the good? The bad and the ugly? It's just the ugly. All right back to the Washington Post. P I get distracted. Easy. I'm sorry. I'm very sorry. I can't help it.

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Bernard Lee Chats With Poker Pro Johnnie Vibes Moreno

The Bernard Lee Poker Show

05:40 min | Last week

Bernard Lee Chats With Poker Pro Johnnie Vibes Moreno

"You have been playing cash for many years well over a decade and kind of mistakes cash. We're not talking high nose bleed kind of what is it. Been like for that because we will talk about your youtube presence. You're logging in how that really is taken off. But well prior to that you were poker player. It's not that you are of vlogger that plays poker. It's really the other way around. Is that you played poker for so many years and kind of logging has kind of come into this space how was it and what were your trials and tribulations playing cash poker for a living because everyone loves seeing the big scores but people don't understand the grind sometimes of six sessions in a row where you don't win everyone's happy when we have a twenty five hundred five thousand dollar pot and can show it on on air but how many times do you struggle struggle struggle and flush dr doesn't get there or you flopped upset and they get run a runner and now you're going home with you know only job in the world where you can work x. number of hours and go home poor right. I mean it's very rare that that happens talk about your trials and tribulations in how it got to the point where you really felt like you could steadily make a living at this. Because it's really hard. I remember the first day that i left my job as a software developer with 401k health benefits and all these things i remember thinking like if i if i don't make good money playing poker i can always go back and get offered job again and you know the i i i was doing. I was doing well right out of the gate. But you gotta keep in mind that it wasn't that difficult to make money playing cash game poker if you had a solid strategy fifteen years ago because the money was everybody you could find a two five game anywhere that was great and you know there was probably one hundred to five games on any given night in las vegas during this time so i i was doing well but naturally as you progress in any career you want to make more money than the previous year and you want to get better and you want to further your career and you know. That's that's easy to do. Fifteen years ago and poker. You know you could start applying one three. You can make thirty five thousand dollars that first year. Feel like it was amazing but the next year. You know your your goals maybe fifty thousand in the next year your goals. Maybe seventy five thousand. But then you reach a point where you're making around one hundred hundred twenty five thousand dollars a year and you realize that in order to make more than that you need to get substantially better. You need to find better games and the games needs to be big and what's interesting about. That is poker. Games were shrinking. They were getting smaller over the course of the last five to ten years and they were getting tougher. So no i even if even if you got better in your own poker game it didn't ensure that you were gonna make more money than the next year right. I remember i kind of plateaued about six years ago. Where i was in the one hundred to one hundred twenty five thousand dollar a year range and i didn't really see gray prospects for making more than that and and just as a natural Ambitious human being. That started sparking me. Like what else can i do to ignite passion in the game. And what else can. I do to keep things interesting for me. And that's kind of how you know. Creating the poker channel came about My my five ten game had died. That i was playing in san diego on a consistent basis. That game was no more. So i was in a precarious spot. Where how am. I going to continue to make this good money with smaller games and i thought it would be a perfect time to start a new project and i remember those first couple of episodes that i started. I didn't think anybody's gonna watch him. I was just. I was just trying to get better at public speaking. And you know perhaps china Develop some other avenues of interest at a time. When i was unsure where the cash games could take me As far as the ceiling was and it it took off after the seventh episode. When i lost sixty five hundred dollars in a in five ten in in one session. I picked up the camera and put it in my face and i was like this sucks because like this game doesn't run twenty four hours anymore. I got like eight hours a day. That i can play this game. It might take me a while to win back. Sixty five hundred kind of share that on my youtube channel and algorithm picked it up. And they're like wow. This is a real poker player. That's making youtube videos. So i think that the looting to what you talked about before. I wasn't scared to talk talk about my thought process. I wasn't scared to say how i played hands. I was competent and my poker game. I think one thing that a lot of people have have happened as their newer poker players that are making you content so they're kind of more Afraid to just say what happened right and like you know because people are gonna show up in the comments and be like oh you played that like an idiot or what. Are you doing three batting without hand but for me. My confidence in my overall poker game. That part didn't bother me like if you were gonna talk crap about my game in the comments. I was fine with that. You know and i think that. That's what destroys a lot of people in the early stages shirt will have that confidence in know the when you sign yourself up for youtube comments the youtube comments they're gonna come come

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4 Deaths, 2 Critical Hospitalizations Confirmed at Michigan Music Festival

The Paul W. Smith Show

02:04 min | Last week

4 Deaths, 2 Critical Hospitalizations Confirmed at Michigan Music Festival

"After carbon monoxide poisoning at the faster horses campsite. Our WJR senior news analyst Marie Osborne with the details. Officials are now investigating four deaths at the festival over the weekend. Faster horses is a nationally known country music festival that takes place at the Michigan International Speedway. It is the biggest concert hit Michigan since the pandemic shut down 40,000 people attended a 30 year old woman's body was discovered on Saturday. Later that day, five men were found in a travel trailer unresponsive. Three died of suspected carbon monoxide poisoning to remain hospitalized. Runaway county sheriff's deputies say they found the five men, all of them in their early twenties inside of a travel trailer. Three of the men were pronounced dead at the scene to others transported to the hospital, and officials believe the men all suffered again. Carbon monoxide poisoning from a generator. It was positioned near the trailer. The Lenin Wake County Sheriff's Office, issuing a statement reminding campers at this massive festival about the importance of keeping generators away from their camping areas. The woman's death is still under investigation. Her cause of death is not known. She was identified as Melissa Donna Havens of Crossville. Police say they are looking for a man who was seen with the woman before her death. They're asking for the hub public self and try to locate him. The man described as being in his thirties with short black hair, short beard and wearing a gray hoodie. Asked her horses. Organizers did not mention anything about the incidents in any signage or social media post during the festival over the weekend. In fact, some fans told reporters who were there They have not heard about the deaths. So again, there's still an investigation underway in regards to that woman's death. The other three men who died at the festival, it is believed that they all died of carbon monoxide poisoning. Paul You know, we've

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Burnes Back in All-Star Form, Brewers Beat Reds 8-0 to Sweep

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Burnes Back in All-Star Form, Brewers Beat Reds 8-0 to Sweep

"The brewers completed a three game sweep and stretched their lead in the NL central to seven games by slamming the second place Reds eight nothing Corbin Burnes struck out twelve while allowing five hits and a walk over eight and a third innings he didn't allow a runner past first until the resolution of the bases in the ninth whenever you can strip series is huge and you know when they got one more series against these guys so to to to get early early in the vision of the seven games this is your nine I've only got three more against them Christian Yelich hit a solo Homer in the seventh and William Thomas added a two run shot in the ninth Tyrod Taylor Jackie Bradley junior each drove in two runs in a four run fifth losing pitcher Sonny gray was reach for five runs over four two thirds I'm Dave Ferrie

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Ethiopia's Tigray Crisis: Fleeing for Fear of New Ethnic Conflict

BBC Newsday

02:07 min | 2 weeks ago

Ethiopia's Tigray Crisis: Fleeing for Fear of New Ethnic Conflict

"The BBC is heard fresh reports of ethnic cleansing integrate T grain forces are continuing to extend their control of the region, prompting the Ethiopian government to abandon a unilateral ceasefire. More fighting is now expected in the west of Tigre, an area close to the water with Sudan from where our Africa correspondent Andrew Harding reports. Doing nothing for a young man is struggling to swim across the fast flowing Brown River. He's escaping the conflict into great Safely across the 18 year old tells us he was chased by another ethnic group, The, Um Harris, whose malicious still control this corner of Western to be able to get them. They know you were two grand. They kill or arrest you, He says the militias are everywhere. Within hours, I meet another group of four teenagers who just made the same journey. Some armed soldiers come home to home and they registered their means, and they sold them to leave home. Militia militia and their militias. I'm harem. Alicia's Yes, I'm on a mission. They gave us two days to leave home to to get out of former because we are immigrants. Like many others, these youngsters are fleeing Ethiopia's fast changing war into gray, a war that seemed to be winding down. That could well be just getting started. They've all ended up here on the far side of the river in neighbouring Sudan. The isolated Sudanese farming town of Hyundai at a Tigre and doctor is busy treating more new arrivals. Doctor terrorists to Farrah fled across the border last year. Now he sees clear signs. Of an upsurge of ethnic violence. So there is there is a new search of mass arrest. Thousands of people have been held in camps and with no food and no water, and particularly, they were being told that they are going to be punished by Hank punished by hunger and staffed. Word by

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This Greys Anatomy Fan Favorite Has Just Landed a HUGE Role

Direct from Hollywood

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

This Greys Anatomy Fan Favorite Has Just Landed a HUGE Role

"Eighteen months after fan favorite and original grey's anatomy cast member. Justin chambers left the show after three hundred fifty episodes. He's lent his first role since departing. It'll be playing one of the most iconic actors in cinematic history marlon brando according to deadline justin will play the oscar winner and the upcoming limited series the offer about the making of the godfather which sits at number two on top one hundred movies of all time. Miles tellers already been cast to play already the iconic producer of the film who story the show will be based on look for the offer next year paramount

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'The Tomorrow War' Asks Chris Pratt to Save the World

Howie Carr

02:54 min | 3 weeks ago

'The Tomorrow War' Asks Chris Pratt to Save the World

"Reviews and talk about the Tomorrow war on Amazon Prime right now. Humans come from the future to recruit fighters in a war 30 years from now, or face extinction. We are fighting a war 30 years in the future. It's a joke. How our enemy is not human. We need you to fight you got drafted and we'll be back. 11 months time all human beings in the future will be wiped from the face of the Earth was trying to save my daughter. Thank God and saved the world to save her. Then I'm gonna do it. This was one of those big budget blockbusters that was supposed to come to theaters and then got pivoted during the pandemic sold the Amazon. It stars Chris Pratt as this ex military guy who now teaches high school science. And he's kind of caught up into this recruitment or rather this draft from the future, and I'm very conflicted with this movie on one hand, once you get past the explanation and set up and you get to the action sequences The boots on the ground fighting the aliens. That stuff's not bad. I mean, it's a little bit derivative of movies like Starship Troopers and Edge of tomorrow very much so edge of tomorrow. But I mean, it works for what it is, and also reminds me a bit of like battle. Los Angeles If you remember that movie from what about 10 years ago? Where it was This very monochromatic. Attack in the city where the rebels all gray, and the creatures are all gray. The bad guys are all gray at everybody's wearing shades are great. He wears like Starship Troopers was a little more vibrantly colored and edge of tomorrow also had A better color palette, and that's I'm going into the weeds with my discussion of what makes a movie worth watching, but It's sort of a bland look to the movie my father a couple years ago, when I would was taking care of them. We watched a couple of these movies, We watch some of stranger things, and we watched A quiet place, and he was like, Well, all these aliens all look the same. Now the demag organs look like the aliens from a quiet place, and they look like the creatures in this movie, which looked like the creatures from other films. So there is a certain uniqueness of design. That is not there. These do look familiar. There's a certain familiarity to the design of the creatures, even though They are ultimately different. But when you get to the big budget scenes, the money shots, the action sequences, the explosions and the military fighting. That sounds pretty cool. I mean, it works for what it is for the spectacle. It's okay. It's not great, and it's not groundbreaking, but it certainly serves as an action movie. The

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The Origin Story of Agatha Christie

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:44 min | Last month

The Origin Story of Agatha Christie

"Today we're talking about the grande dame of the english. Done it. The jk rolling of selling books before there is a jk rolling. Please meet our dreamer of the day. The queen of crime agatha christie agatha was born in eighteen ninety in the seaside town of turkey in devon england. She was the youngest of three children born into an upper middle class home. Acas father frederick was an american stockbroker and her irish-born mother clara took care of the house and her children's early education after her father's sudden death when agatha was eleven. the family's financial situation became more precarious. An agatha was sent to paris to complete her education when she completed finishing school. I get the return to england only to start a months long tour of the middle east with her mother. While traveling agatha tried her hand at writing short stories and an early novel but wasn't able to get anything published. She did however meet her future husband archie christie while in cairo. They got married right before the outbreak of world war one during the war archie was sent to france to fight the germans. We'll get the returned home to england. She worked as a nurse. And then eventually chemist's assistant on the home front as the war raged across the channel agatha started writing detective fiction in her downtime. She'd always loved mystery. Novels particularly the works of wilkie collins and sir arthur conan doyle so it was a natural fit at this first novel. The mysterious affair at styles was published in nineteen twenty. Her debut work introduced the world to the iconic hair kua paro agatha's eccentric and egoistic belgian detective with the little grey cells and a perfectly quaffed moustache from frog. I am a bloody legal. Belgian perot appeared in about twenty five novels and many short stories. The elderly village spinster. Miss jane marple agatha's other iconic detective first appeared in her novel. Murder at the vicarage in one thousand nine thirty agatha's first. Major literary success came with the publication of her novel. The murder of roger ackroyd in nineteen twenty six. It was met with massive international acclaim and became an immediate bestseller. No spoilers but suffice it to say that. The murder of roger. Ackroyd is an ingenious and innovative. Who done it that still manages to amaze

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"a. gray" Discussed on Underrated

Underrated

04:03 min | 3 months ago

"a. gray" Discussed on Underrated

"They like somebody even. Says omar raza. Google shut the fuck up. Its raisch and i was okay yet. Well cool he's fucking incredible as being great. Well bruce. have you thought about economics and how we could use that to destroy city. And now i'm going to fight you on a train them just like i'm here for this. Let's go. let's do this all day long. I've been winery lodged. The trilogy can love him and begins. I can't we killing the like one of our patron short. Join our patriots police. Podcast is just us like alec watching and discussing the trilogy. Don't we do that. That's good i i will degrade them and begins all day. I know yet wrong raises all right. I love talking to you by could justify that. It's an underrated about three. We can talk about it on here. Let's let fuck it. We define her own defines definitions. Yeah batman of do it out here. I'll do it. Even though i do prefer other batman like movies and stuff but ben megan's his hands on one of the coolest like an underrated like come victims of ever seen. We're going to be like. We're going to talk half the batman movies. We're gonna fucking talk about his chest moment. I think we could ever batman return. I see superman. Let me fuck an insert. Battling this bitch. No by ideal vacation batman begins. No i really. I really do think it is underrated movie. Honestly because everybody likes like as and like the dark knight is a great film but that begins really gets overshadowed. It's kind of like almost ignored because people love to hate on the dark knight rises. Which i think is little awarded. I get it. I like it. I like it But people people think that like the dark knight is like literally the greatest film of all time and then nobody here batman begins like nobody talks about that movie on. Her i put on the list would understand is like i. Think it's the hype. I think because like what happened was better than begins just started off really well lisa christian bill. Everybody's like okay. What's hilarious enough. Is that people fucking hated. Christian bills batman inbound begins which i thought was so strange. Because all this hype came for the dark knight. And then we'll the dark knight came out fucking exploded And then at all of a sudden nerves came out and he got shed on. And i actually like his voice to bam begins a lot better. I'll just say that because he's kind of like drying it out and he doesn't do it when he's just by himself like it's usc feels more real. You know we could go into it. Yeah like i. Don't i really. I don't wanna get to say we'll save it. Let's give us like the gray and we're just gonna cut to black right as the podcast is going to be over. We'll have a post credits right now. That we and maybe not as the audio podcast exactly like video muscle. If you want to see that it if you wanna see the gray at it go over to Watcher you if you're listening right now on our app on her podcasting apps Go to youtube. Dot com Under company.

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"a. gray" Discussed on Underrated

Underrated

02:57 min | 3 months ago

"a. gray" Discussed on Underrated

"Their fucking. The great yes. A great radio is even z. Like i i have to go back and watch this movie. Because i like looking back at what it what it really is in the philosophical nisa vet like god definitely have to get go back. We watch his movie. It is a it is a film that benefits Rewatch for sure Yeah yeah you know like those movies that you get more context for the film. It really helps a lot. The i i love you know when a film that is just you know kind of just a big blocked but it was a huge block. It was boston was but you know it has liam neeson big. You know a lot of big names in a market is an action movie when you are able to put in philosophical themes do it more than just kind of like lip service like when it really really is about like these kind of You know themes about like death in the meaning of life and wanting to pursue pursue life and you know whether or not god exists in all this stuff just managed to be in a movie about running away from wolves and that's fucking grantable to me. Yeah yeah it's definitely like i think it like we've been saying this whole episode kinda like had a bad rap because you know liam neeson's till today continuing of like this action like just not shoot up a blowing explosions like like you know on the cusp of michael bay situations in jason. Born in all that It kinda yeah like it gets lost even watching it kind of gets lost in you. Don't you have like it's essentially when you stop and think about it the you get that philosophical feeling of it I do want to ask like how do you guys feel like. Do you want like leave. Niessen like go back to like maybe doing some classical movies. Are you think he's having the time of his life. Just let him let him keep on going. Keep on truckin got the answer away. I want liam neeson to do improvisational comedy. Situational comedy comedy. That's a good list allen. Yeah the universe billboard picked leonie's making lives for anybody the joke go watch life. Seashore took the lead youtube. It's great we think. Yeah we'll.

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"a. gray" Discussed on Underrated

Underrated

04:38 min | 3 months ago

"a. gray" Discussed on Underrated

"Or he's like you know he. He snipes the wolf in his writing the letter to his wife. And he's like saying you know. What am i take my life or whatever and like it's just kind of have this thing of legua would support and then you find out that she died of cancer in the niger. Even he's even more like the fucking cares kind of thing. And i think it might be the opposite of a won't i'm just going off of the fact that the liam neeson's very devout catholic so i highly doubt the gets more about like. Yeah that that finding of face because like you'd dared said at the end where it's kind of like You know he finds the the fight to to live on very especially live on for his loved ones and stuff like that. Where at the beginning You know and he says it in his speech at the after the last guy before him you know dies in drowns in the water of like just like plea lay saying to god like you know like essentially like i've hated you and and all that and you've you've taken away everything from me but please you know please like just let something happen you know in in this instance and he's like pleading with god so i think yeah you're saying maybe like the it it's a flow of like a a atheist kind like veer view but kind like finding that faith in that finding that will will to live by the end of it and fight to live. It's really interesting that you guys say that before you. I just wanted to say it's really interesting. You say that. Because i was thinking about that scene a lot where he's just like yelling to god. You know i'll believe you for in like if you just keeps cutting that shot of you just see like the trees and like mostly in open sky and then just nothing. I was thinking about that scene. How that scene really. It's like the can be interpreted either way. It can be interpreted as a very like. There's nothing there. There's no there's no god there's no one coming to help you or it can be interpreted like this is like you have to like you have to find the faith in yourself through guy and like so really can be interpreted as a very theistic thing or is like like a very you know chris you know god you know the universe or whatever like telling you know like this is you you have to find the strength within yourself and do it yourself. I'm not gonna help you do or could have just been nothing. And i really liked that new guys kind of took the opposite views on that. Because i didn't really hard one way or the other. I thought it was an interesting just like open question. And i really like you guys had the opposite views of that and i think that yeah i just brought up gangly before i was gonna even mentioned the fact that yeah like like i highly delta liam neeson would would kinda choose that kind of direction or but you know what like like it says like it's a very ambiguous like the whole movies and embiid. You is kind of thing. But it's a very ambiguous interpretation and i've heard gal like Liam neeson kind of chooses roles and stuff like that of like you know. He has his own interpretation. He drives it that way. So it's probably like where he's probably taking it from. But i mean like you know with all types of entertainment are it could be. It's it's the individuals um role to interpret it. The way that they you know tend to do in your earlier. I agree so much with that. Because i remember at the time.

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"a. gray" Discussed on Underrated

Underrated

02:56 min | 3 months ago

"a. gray" Discussed on Underrated

"But we're really excited for. We're really excited to watch it. Because it looked like it was going to be taken but with wolves as is the case. It was advertised in that way. And i remember when i went see it i was kind of like into it like okay like the themes like the the philosophy behind all this stuff i love i think liam neeson's character is my favorite. I love the his story. I love the flashbacks revolved around him at him and his wife. I was very upset by the by the ending. Because i mean at the time again it was. It was hyping up this big showdown of like liam niessen like i kind of imagine liam neeson being this like old man logan irish old man logan versus a bunch of wolves with like bottles on this and i was like. That's what i want to book and see like that. Just sounds so bad at it. This movie slow-burn to that big battle credits and then let me tell you women even more upset about it. there's a fucking post credits I was gonna. I need plus credit. Do there wasn't what all of us back in the year. Twenty four drove the off year of of what was twelve years ago. I was like okay. You know who's doing post credits right now. Marvel and that's it out doing they're like okay. We just saw men. And i think vendors that just come out at the time so we're not yet twenty tools and you did before oh campaign so at the time you're like okay. No one else is doing this and especially with that type of film. You don't think there's going to be a post credits elliott. Because i worked at the theater. So i saw like. I knew there was a post credits i was like. What the fuck is this. You know it's a great. I never saw the. Did you not see it now. I've never saw tell you what is more open ended right it is. It is open-ended So it's you see like a wolf just kind of like the side of a wolf just kind of breathing and like and like so. It's like so that you can take that a couple of ways you can take that as like this wolf has killed liam neeson now. It's chilling or you could take it as like this. Wolf is dying because that shot mirrors the shot from the beginning of the movie where liam niece and kills the wolf any puts his hand on it and you see like breathing and slowly stopping so it could be a so like what i think is that it's a spec- specifically mirroring that shot because it's referencing the fact that these killed.

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"a. gray" Discussed on Underrated

Underrated

05:42 min | 3 months ago

"a. gray" Discussed on Underrated

"Hey everyone welcome back to underrated. This is the podcast where we talk about. Films that we feel are underrated pre. She added or ones that have slipped under the radar and passed most people by today. We are going to be talking about the gray. A two thousand twelve survival film directed by joe carnahan Starring liam niessen Frank grillo dermot. Marini dallas roberts Joe anderson non so z. And james badge dale This film was kind of a Kind of just you know showed up. It made a few waves did alright financially. It did alright critically You know has seventy-nine percent of tomatoes made about eighty million dollars so it wasn't a failure but it just kind of you know came in. How many taken movies just to be. I don't know how many i'll get into that too. And how they like pretending. This was taken movie pretty much. And it was not at all. But like you know it just kind of showed up and did all right and then just gonna vanish But it follows a group of alaskan oil drillers and Kind of roughnecks With liam neeson being the main character a character called Outweigh who is basically protects the camp from wolves and his snipes wolves that can get into the camp law as they're heading home or heading back to anchorage their plane. Crashes just kind of and they just a group of survivors of the plane crash out in the alaskan wilderness and are hunted by a pack of wolves and this film while being a marketed as a taken style. Action film is much more of a kind of cool thriller and not very act. It does have a couple moments of action. But it's more of just kind of like In the background in the shadows it's much more about the characters and their journeys and philosophy and touching on religious themes and philosophical stuff. And just kind of the you know talk about characters in the right in the will to live in poetry and a bunch of other shit and it's kind of been really a movie that is you know been very misunderstood by both critics than audiences in a lot of critics at the time and they're kind of reviews were just like oh you know what this it will. There wasn't enough little fights and blah blah blah. Because the trailer these are some of the worst trailers have ever seen the movie where it really promises. One thing to the point. Where the and i know..

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"a. gray" Discussed on Murder Minute

Murder Minute

05:46 min | 4 months ago

"a. gray" Discussed on Murder Minute

"I saw his gray hair and his drooping moustache. Everything about him seemed faded and gray. Her description led the press to dub the child's murderer the gray man following albert fishes arrest a man from staten island came forward to identify him as the man who had tried to lure his then eight year old daughter into the woods. Not far from where francis was taken that very same week. The girl by now in her late teens identified albert fish as the gray man albert at first denied killing the boy but later confessed admitting that he had intended to dismember him but he thought he heard someone approaching and fled. Albert was also tied to the nineteen thirty. Two murder of fifteen year. Old girl named mary. O'connor whose mutilated body was found in some woods near a house. That fish had been painted shortly after his release from bellevue psychiatric hospital but of the dozens of murders albert was accused stuff and confessed to police. Were only able to verify three with evidence and on march eleventh. Nineteen thirty five. The trial of albert bish began. His defense argued that he was innocent. By reason of insanity they described him as.

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"a. gray" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

04:51 min | 10 months ago

"a. gray" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"Today I am thrilled to welcome back Yonathan Golsen. . Is Director of ethical imperatives LLC teaching professionals have good ethics is good business and the benefits of intellectual diversity. . He's a keynote and Ted ex speaker trainer coach and Community Rabbi as well as a repentant hitchhiker recovered circumnavigator. . Former newspaper columnist and retired high school teacher in Saint Louis. . His sixth book is grappling with the Grey and ethical handbook for personal success and business <unk> prosperity. . Thanks so much for coming back and having a conversation with me honest him. . A. . Delighted Diana was looking back through my files and I saw that you were the ninth interview that I? ? Given since I've become a professional speaker and now I've done about seventy of them and the one with you I think store ranks among the best that I've done. . So you brought the best of me and. . SET The bar. . Very. . Well I have to say it was one of my favorite conversations that you are one of my favorite guests so. . I'm so glad to have been able to help you get into this whole realm of podcast res. . <hes> so so I want. . So congratulations on the book by the way you. . I am really tremendously impressed with it and. . But I WANNA talk about obviously ethics. . And? ? Most leaders are many leaders. . Put Ethics in the soft skill category. . Ned restarted. . Okay, , go ahead 'cause that's a problem. . Isn't it? ? Yeah. . Sounds, skills , is one of those. . Terms that we use or some IOS for something that is sort of optional. . Or we'll get to it after we get to all the important stuff. . And as I've been discussing this more and more. . <hes> I keep tweaking and refining. . My definition ethics. . which ultimately has to do with recognizing our place in the world. . And recognizing the impact that our actions have on those around us. . Because that's. . What forms relationships? ? And success in every aspect of her leads is all about relationships family business community. . Nationally, , locally. . And you see the fallout. . <hes> I mean. . Another election. . When you know every four years, , we think it can't get worse than this and that it dies. . If we if we would cultivate the sensitivity for ethical speech ethical behavior. . What I call the mindset. . That would really transform our conversations are relationships and. . Really everything that the shapes the quality of our lives. . Boy I so agree with you I think ethics and and maybe more. . So now because of. . Everything that we are witnessing in the world. . That is so incredibly. . Central. . In in my opinion to how we show up in the world. . that it really needs to be relegated doing more important. . Place in business and politics seventy. . Child rearing. . Certainly, , <hes> as a rabbi had come at everything from <hes>, , the illogical or biblical point of view as well and in Jewish tradition. . We understand that the the second temple in Jerusalem, , which was destroyed by the Romans in your seventy. . <hes> the underlying cause of the breakdown in Jewish society that led to the temple's destruction. . Was the Jews did not go beyond the letter of the law. . and. . That's a pretty astonishing comment. . I mean, , they were keeping the law they were following the rules they were in compliance. . But they used the law as an excuse. . To circumvent the spirit of the law and the spirit of the lies alternately what keeps us? ? Society. Healthy. . .

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"a. gray" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

Extraterrestrial

09:54 min | 1 year ago

"a. gray" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

"Coming up. We delve into whether the grays have become the alien alien race because they're real or not now back to the story the second half of the twentieth century the rate of UFO AFO sidings increased drastically and some of the most iconic ones featured the grays small humanoid aliens with enormous heads and is atop sinewy childlike bodies. They abducted Betty and Barney Hill. They were at Roswell. They had encounter after encounter with real real world writers who then recorded their experiences in books sold on nonfiction shelves across the world. But the grays have come to populate the human world even even more frequently as fictional characters across media from film and TV to advertisements to our Moji keyboards the greys are everywhere anywhere. What do AFO researchers want to know is if that's because they're real? There's no evidence to suggest that the first man to record gray cray like aliens in writing H. G. Wells believed they existed but he did call the first essay describing them a prophecy in one of his novels. Perhaps perhaps it really was a prophecy. Considering the fact that these same aliens went onto appear in many real life UFO sightings. But let's revisit that some of the major events in which the grays played a role and examine just how believable they were first. There was Barney and Betty hills abduction and it reportedly happened in nineteen sixty one but the hills didn't go public with their story until one thousand nine hundred sixty five right at the height of the UFO craze while they're story with its abduction element was fairly innovative. It's still fit into a broader. UFO Zeitgeist in Cold War paranoia. Plus Barney and betty were an interracial couple at a time when race relations were tents and rapidly changing. It was a stressful difficult period for for them as we concluded in our episodes on their story it seems most likely that their abduction narrative emerged out of these combined. freshers with the help of hypnosis have no service which is to say there were probably never abducted although they likely saw some kind of identified flying object in the mountains of New Hampshire in their episode. We gave their story a believability rating of three. Not Very high which is to say they likely never saw any aliens. Graze or otherwise Roswell is no different while it was an endlessly intriguing event full of fascinating accounts almost all of that testimony. Tony was given decades after the fact and most of it was second hand including the story of the still unnamed nurse who suggested to UFO researchers. Richer's that the aliens who crashed in New Mexico where grace in our episodes on the Roswell incident we gave the crash score of four on our believability scale which which again means that the nurse probably never saw the grays in fact she may never even have existed she could easily have been a creation of the man who relayed her stories to UFO researchers the testimony of the novelist Whitley Strieber who reportedly reportedly had personal experiences with the grays was never corroborated by any evidence likewise with the docu-dramas of French writer. And filmmaker Jimmy you you finally race Antilles Film Alien Autopsy which seemed at first to be remarkable evidence that the greys existed turned out to be fake so all of these real world sightings which lend the reality of the greys credibility aren't so credible but the question still remains remains. Why is this image of the grey aliens everywhere? If they're not real. There is another possibility. Let's go back to H. G. Wells for a moment. He wasn't only the first to write about the grays. He was one of the first to write about aliens at all icon. ICK works like his eighteen. Ninety eight war of the worlds influenced generation after generation of science fiction readers and writers because because at the time there wasn't much else to inspire them hence his title father of Science Fiction his cultural influence particularly on the idea of aliens is hard to underestimate by the time. Extraterrestrial sighting started picking up speed during the Cold War in the nineteen fifties and sixties. His writing had been shaping the fictional discourse around aliens for over fifty years. We've discussed some of the many sci fi stories influenced by H. G. Wells Orson Wells Nineteen thirty eight radio adaptation of the war of the worlds Steven. Spielberg's nineteen seventy seven close encounters of the third kind and these were far from carbon copies of h g wells work but they were participating in long lineage of storytelling that began with swells and develop from there spreading from the world of novels and movies to the IPHONES. emoji keyboard. Culture is funny. Any light that it's always characterized by memes following the original definition posited by evolutionary biologist. Richard Dawkins that is to say eh per dawkins definition it's full of eternally repeating images always varying slightly but in graining certain ideas into the very fabric of our society along the way and as we've seen throughout this show extraterrestrial sightings have long been tied to the ebbs and flows of cultural cultural anxieties and concerns. They've also long been tied to our storytelling. Something else we've seen throughout this show many alien sightings blend in fact with fiction or outright fiction with more fiction to create compelling narratives. This is all to say science fiction based storytelling highlighting the grays seeped into the broader cultural consciousness. It's influenced everything from film to Children's toys and it seems natural that it also started influencing fake alien sightings the fact that there's no particularly believable real world gray sightings actually supports. Is this idea. The grays have always it seems. been a story. They're still the question of why out of all the aliens H. G. Wells described. It was the grays that caught on but there may be an evolutionary reason for that the large I'd bigheaded. Small audie graze while admittedly creepy looking are nevertheless evocative of children and humans are evolutionary primed to find children children or anything childlike cute. In other words we see large eyes and a small body whether on puppy a baby or maybe an alien Leeann as attractive and adorable. Perhaps this attraction helped the image stick the cultural image so the alternative. The possibility to the idea that grazer real is that they are a deeply ingrained cultural icon one so deeply ingrained that it starts to feel real bill so deeply ingrained that when someone wants to lie about an alien sighting or even jobs through a few mental hoops to manufacture without meaning to ally. It's the grays that they reach for. It is a convincing solution but the fact does stand just like. There's some possibility that something something went down with Barney and Betty Hill and that something happened back in Roswell in nineteen forty seven. There's a possibility that the gray's really did ed pop down to visit Earth a few times just like H G wells prophesized after all if they did exist he would explain perfectly why this version of aliens caught on with other science fiction writers and the public alike perhaps. They're the most believable kind of aliens. Because on some level they're real that said we give the existence of the Gres a score of three out of ten on our believability scale with ten and being the most believable and one being very unlikely we assume that wells with his vivid rich imagination and his love of the strange would be on board and with that after all until the greys are disproven. There's always a possibility that they're out there. Just like with all heart art extraterrestrials. We're taking the show on hiatus after this episode but we won't stop thinking about all the unresolved unresolved threads the holes in the official stories and the bizarre testimony that we've seen while researching extraterrestrials. We've shot down plenty of wild stories that that simply didn't add up. George domke comes to mind among others. But we've also seen some instances that are much harder to rationalize away like the render some the incident in England one thousand nine hundred eighty or the shag harbour crash in Canada in nineteen sixty seven and always more than anything. We've been fascinated by the very human human feeling curiosity and belief that's gone into the winding story of extraterrestrial research on Earth as we always say in our intro. Oh each of these stories. We've covered has garnered thousands if not millions of true believers and for that reason they've been well worth exploring flooring.

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"a. gray" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

Extraterrestrial

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"a. gray" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

"Flashbacks and experiences of memory blanks or what he called. Loss time through hypnosis he was able to parse these anomalies and identified them as the after effects of his abduction and torture by extraterrestrials wrestles namely the grays the species was highlighted in the illustration on the cover of the book. It depicted a Pale greyish creature sure with enormous inky black is slanting upwards towards the sides of the face. The head itself was bald pointed at the Chin featuring the tiniest lips and nose it was poised on the slightest gray nex- not a substantially different appearance from H. G. Wells original original descriptions in an appearance that strieber was determined to make sure was just right the artist who created that cover image Ted. Seth the Jacobs explained the process behind the arts as I sketched strieber would indicate how to change the portrait so that it would more match what he saw it was. I believe the process used by police. Sketch artists every last detail was corrected according to his instructions at one point he he said the image corresponded exactly what he had seen with Whitley beside me for the subsequent session I began to paint the image on a wooden prepared panel final going through the same process as for the drawing until Whitley finally said the image was exact. The book was a bestseller and Jacobs Jacobsz cover. Art became one of the most recognizable images of the greys with its enormous slanted. inky is in its otherwise delicate tiny facial the features even after streakers books the gray sightings kept coming in the early nineteen nineties French. You follow gist and science fiction writer. Jimmy you wrote to docu-dramas about the grace or as he called them in French lepetit gre- The little grays. He also regularly appeared on French radio programs to explain his beliefs about the extraterrestrials. These creatures he explained were no invention of his imagination but one of thirty real factual alien races who had visited Earth. And they didn't just leave the GRAZER. Caesar still here on our planet in hiding underground and on military bases use theories were often greeted with laughter by French audiences but he had a response to their dismissal. There was a far reaching conspiracy to encourage mockery of UFO theories governments around the world. We're behind every laugh that greeted him. They were hiding evidence of aliens for their own secretive nefarious reasons. You insisted that the proof proof of the existence was in the research if you look hard enough at incidents like the nineteen forty seven Roswell crash and that's exactly what filmmaker Oh maker Ray Santilli did in nineteen ninety five. He claimed to have obtained film depicting the autopsy of a gray recovered from Roswell swell. At first it seemed he had twenty two reels of sixteen millimeter film. All original to the nineteen forty seven recording wording. He released these striking images to the public. As the short film alien autopsy it showed alarming footage of a creature looked just like a gray with slight sinewy body and enormous head it was prone on a medical table a doctor and has Matsuda. Methodically article dissected the corpse. It's an arresting disturbing scene with questionable origins in two thousand six SANTILLI story story changed. He admitted the film had released was not original footage of the alien autopsy but a reconstruction of a film he'd seen in Nineteen Ninety two. The original sixteen millimeter film had degraded and became unusable hence his refill Ming. He explained the process for making the movie. Vive sounded like a lot of fun as Santilli. Describe it John. Humphreys and artist and sculptor was contracted to construct two dummy alien bodies. He filled latex casts with sheep brains set in raspberry jam chicken entrails and knuckle joints humphries. Ben Played the role of the medical. Oh Examiner in the film. Cutting into his creation for maximum creepy effect after filming the team disposed of the mutilated alien corpses is by cutting them into small pieces and distributing them in trash cans across London. This was an extensive comprehensive admission of exactly how santilli created his sinister fake. And there's no hard evidence that the original film Santilli apparently based his reconstruction on ever existed but the filmmaker maintained that his reconstruction was a faithful copy of something real regardless by the new millennium. The real real world gray sightings were piling up even today the majority of extraterrestrial sightings report gray like creatures more often than any other kind of alien Leeann but alongside these real world sightings the cultural references where piling up to the scene described in our teaser from Steven Spielberg's nineteen seventy seven film close encounters of the third kind doesn't claim to depict a real life alien encounter like H G wells work back in the eighteen ninety s get presents the grays as fiction a positive if mysterious and unsettling fiction in Spielberg's film. The greys are benevolent evident creatures. They return three year old boy to his family on harmed and happy along with several pilots have been missing since World War Two. The pilots haven't aged. It was a successful influential. Fiction to the film was a critical and Commercial Success Gaining Eight Academy Award nominations nations and raking in over three hundred million dollars at the box office. That's over one and a quarter billion today but it wasn't the only piece of Culture Sir to tackle the grays in the later half of the twentieth century the X. Files which first aired in nineteen ninety-three also featured gray like aliens again as fiction fiction a terrifying fiction here other science fiction. TV shows followed suit dark skies stargate st one the list goes on then the phenomena of the greys spread further. They weren't just showing up in science fiction movies and TV. They started appearing everywhere in video. Games toys doors comedies. Like South Park and people of the Earth today we see them at our iphones as emojis. Little Children Dress up as grace for Halloween when they draw spaceships the faces peering out of the windows are gray faces. These extraterrestrials have become so iconic that they've lost is the spooky factor that originally define them even when they weren't behaving badly they become so familiar that they're harmless today. Most people would have trouble calling to mind any other image of extraterrestrial life as the Cold War and the space recede into the past. Fewer People's minds minds are on the sky the way they were in the second half of the twentieth century there aren't as many real life UFO sightings these days in two thousand as an eighteen multiple major websites for reporting UFO sightings said the number of tips they received had gone down forty five percent since two thousand fourteen mm-hmm. That's nearly cut in half too many people today Roswell as just a tourist town with a hokey alien theme or the name of Teen TV show and yet the grays live on for some extraterrestrial enthusiasts that seems like a dead giveaway that they're more than just the product of cold war paranoia and the UFO Zeitgeist. They both preceded and outlasted that epoch in Earth's global history but if the GREYS Are More than just another alien story. Does that mean they're walking amongst us or hovering somewhere up in the sky or is is there another explanation.

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Extraterrestrial

11:11 min | 1 year ago

"a. gray" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

"Most readers assume the article was simply an invention of the eighteen ninety eight novel considering that the book his fiction after all in fact the article was real but it too was fiction and written by the same author as the novel itself Alf in the context of wells career. This provided a delightful if somewhat mind boggling example of just how Meta his work could be but for a Ufo the phone through it also hinted at an intriguing possibility. What if the war of the worlds was right and that I text mentioning gray like creatures? Church really was a prophecy. Not About Man's future but about a real alien race wells did did present the gray creatures as fiction but many things he presented his fiction. His novels turned out to be real eventually. His writing seemingly predicted everything from the airplane. In the atomic bomb to satellite television and the World Wide Web one example shows up in his nineteen twenty-three text men men like Gods where wells presents a futuristic utopia where people communicate exclusively through wireless systems which look a whole lot like a mix of voice mail and email Simon James Professor of English studies at Durham University and former editor of the official journal of the H. G. Wells Society. The explained wells was an imagination in a hurry. He wanted to get to the future sooner than it was going to happen. That's why he's so predictive addictive in his writing. He was a true visionary and perhaps his vision of aliens in the war of the worlds was yet another example of his imagination. Asian spying a future reality even for wells. The Gray like aliens he described in the war of the worlds seem to have struck a nerve. He couldn't quite get them out of his head. The war of the worlds wasn't wells. Only science fiction novel to describe extraterrestrial fuel beings in terms matching his man of the year million article his nineteen o one book the first man in the moon presented the moon's inhabitants similarly he described them as follows. They resembled man. In maintaining the erect attitude ended having four limbs and I have compared the general appearance appearance of their heads and the joining of their limbs to that of insects I have mentioned to their fragile slightness. Wells called these creatures selling nights after the Greek Moon Goddess. Selene he also mentioned their short stature and their big heads as well as their sophistication and intelligence intelligence very gray like in appearance interestingly however the gray like aliens wells described in each of his texts played very very different roles and exhibited very different behaviors. Here they maintain their own complex society beneath the surface of the moon but in the war of the worlds they were little more than Chattel simply food for the dominant Martians. Most readers attribute the evocative imagery in different storylines lines in both texts to wells rich vivid imagination that same imagination that won him the title father of science fiction but just like his present descriptions of technologies resembling atomic bombs and Internet. Perhaps wells gray like aliens were also an eerily really accurate prediction of something real to come. His work certainly went on to influence other authors. But these strange aliens aliens started showing up in real world extraterrestrial sightings to coming up. We'll discuss the evolution of the greys from the stuff of satire and Scifi to the stuff of news reports and exposes says now back to the story in eighteen ninety three the first written record of a huge headed lustrous. I'd humanoid appeared in the work of science fiction author H G wells. It wasn't long before these creatures were populating. Other science fiction books. One was in nineteen thirty three Swedish novel by Gustaf Sand Grin. who used the pen name? Gabrielle Linda like Wells Aliens signed Zongren. Extraterrestrials had large heads in is weak chins and a short stature but wells work didn't just influence other SCI FI writers it also inspired one of the greatest pranks in US history in one thousand nine hundred thirty eight Orson Welles. NO RELATION TO H G narrated and directed in American radio play version of H G wells the war of the world. The sixty minute broadcast presented. The first I two thirds of the show as a news bulletin describing odd explosions on Mars followed by apparently unrelated report of a strange object. OBJECT FALLING IN GROVER MILL NEW JERSEY. These news reports were interspersed with musical interludes like any radio broadcast but then they. We started to get stranger and scarier. Martians emerged from the fallen cylindrical. Grove's mill and then they attacked hacked. Listeners were terrified. Thanks to horsing wells ingenious presentation. A swath of the public was convinced. The story wasn't fiction but breaking news. Hanoch erupted according to some reports up to a million people ran out into the streets. There is trained on the sky looking for descending aliens. The scope of hysteria was likely exaggerated by contemporary very newspapers looking to discredit radio as up. Reputable News source but the central fact remains. The radio. Play was extremely convincing. This was in part because of the news bulletin gimmick but it was also because the story was so compelling H. G. Wells extraterrestrials Seemed real and their ties to reality would only get stronger in the years to come beginning with Barney and Betty Hill. Frequent listeners may recall our episodes on their story middle aged interracial American couple Barney and Betty Hill claimed that they'd been abducted from rural New Hampshire back in September nineteen sixty one by a crew of aliens throughout the Cold War and its accompanying space race and technological innovation and there was increasing real world focus on extraterrestrial life. Something we've discussed throughout this show. Humanities is on the sky in in a new way and they were seeing strange things up there including plenty of UFO sightings some were easily explained as human aircraft satellites or other airborne technologies others. Were harder to identify. But the story of Barney and Betty Hill was one of the first ever reports of of an alien abduction. The hill couple shared graphic details of abuse apparently suffered at the hands of their alien captors. Their her story gained international attention making headlines. Far beyond their native New Hampshire their story came together slowly with the help of hypnosis this and at different stages of their psychological evaluations the account played out differently but the predominant image of the hill abductors was of of tiny humanoid creatures with enormous slanted. Black is in other words. The grays somehow the same visual characteristics that H. G. Wells noted in that 1893 article were showing up in a nineteen. Sixty one New Hampshire alien abduction. Listen but the presence of the GREYS didn't end with the case of Barney and Betty Hill in the late nineteen seventies UFO researchers. There's dead into an alleged extraterrestrial crash in Roswell New Mexico. They published their findings in a nineteen. Eighty book called the Roswell incident. Thanks thanks in part to their investigation. The Roswell crash which apparently occurred in nineteen forty seven is one of the most well known extraterrestrial sightings of all time time but it's iconic for reason the list of people who may have seen or who may know something about Roswell is endless white. The story have Barney and Betty Hill. We've covered the citing roswell in detail in earlier episodes but what would like to focus on. Here is the testimony of one nurse who who story was shared. Second Hand in Nineteen ninety-one book by Donald Schmitt and Kevin randle called UFO crash. At Roswell Glenn Dennis Arroz well resident working at a local funeral home in nineteen forty seven told the nurses story to the book's authors. He was apparently a friend of hers whom she confided. Fight it in and although he never named her he explained what allegedly happened to her. For the sake of this episode will call her Lucy. Lucy was working at the Roswell Army airfield as a nurse in early July nineteen forty seven. She walked into the infirmary as usual. But she'd missed a memo telling all regular nursing staff to stay away. She wasn't supposed to be there but she couldn't unsee and see what she encountered. Inside that building the infirmary was swarming with men in plastic sanitary suits. Their faces were covered with surgical surgical masks and they were all examining a pair of Cadavers unzipped bodybags. The corpses were small and mangled the size of children but their proportions weren't those of children atop their gauntlet bodies were large bulbous heads completely completely bald and on those heads enormous slanting is but few other distinct facial features no ears here's teeth noses just like h g wells had prophesized. The Roswell aliens were like the Barney and Betty Hill aliens NHS grays. But this still wasn't the end of the real world gray sightings in nineteen eighty-seven writer Whitley Lee strieber up to this point. Best known as a horror novelist wrote a non fiction book on his personal experiences with extraterrestrial life called Communion mm Union the book chronicled strippers terrifying inexplicable.

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08:00 min | 1 year ago

"a. gray" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

"Are we alone. Have we been alone. Will we be alone. Stories of alien visitation have been engrained rain in human history and yet over the course of forty six episodes. We have yet to confirm the existence of Alien Life Today on our final episode before hiatus that might just change welcome to extraterrestrial apart cast original. I'm Tim and I'm bill. Unfortunately intimately this is the end of our journey for now after countless UFO sightings probings and hypnosis sessions. We're taking a break on producing any episodes codes of extraterrestrial for a while as we wind down. We want to say thanks to you our loyal listeners. We wouldn't have been able to go this far without your support. We truly appreciate appreciate all of the kind words thoughtful reviews encouraging emails and fund suggestions. We've received this year. Extraterrestrial has been a wonderful journey through the galaxy. And we thank you for coming along for the ride. Rest assured all episodes of extraterrestrial all other par- cast originals will remain free on on spotify. Or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream extraterrestrial for free on spotify just open the APP and type extraterrestrial in the search bar. All our cases says will be there. We've had cases that ranged from the obviously fake to the compellingly mysterious. The one thing that certain is that no matter the time time or place humanity longs to know what lies beyond the stars. We're constantly reminded of the classic quote from Scifi Writer. Arthur C Clarke mark. He once said to possibilities exist either. We are alone in the universe. We are not both are equally terrifying and we remain terrified this week as we explore the most iconic alien race the grays they represent the most widely sadly recognized pop culture version of extraterrestrial life and they show up everywhere from science fiction novels to real life UFO sightings while their personalities behaviors and apparent intentions are remarkably varied. Their appearance is always the same today. We'll trace the history history of this strange race and determine whether their persistence in the extraterrestrial record is the result of an incredibly unusual cultural phenomenon. Or if they actually exist to trace our way through the history of the Greys we have to go all the way back to eighteen. Ninety three and the office of British author H G. Wells wells was at twenty-seven-year-old aspiring writer. He had one nonfiction book under his belt. A textbook of biology jeep and was beginning to write short humorous articles for periodicals like the now defunct Pall Mall budget in the fall of eighteen. Ninety three he does it work on one particular story which he would eventually title the man of the year million the peace like most of wells work at the time took casillas tone. It claimed to be a review of great unwritten volume by Professor Holtz cough of Vice Nick University. This work once it was written would detail. The man of the year million per the article's title and Wells Riding took on the task of explaining what this man would look like and and how he would behave now not only is the volume wells purports to be reviewing unwritten but Holtz cough is German for blockhead and and even vice nick volks refers to an imaginary city in Thomas Carlyle satirical eighteen thirty three work SARTORI resources from there. The the city's name became code for more general indefinite unknown or imaginary place as the Merriam Webster. Dictionary defines it today. Wells readers at publications like the Palamau budget would have been accustomed to the thriving tradition of British satire and to these primed readers. All of the above were immediate giveaways that the article was an extended show of wit a joke. The joke being about the bizarre man of the year million described by this imaginary professor in his imaginary book. A being of brain rather than body. The titular man's stature ascher was small while his head was large. His skin was gray and his face was described as follows is large urge. lustrous beautiful soulful above them no longer separated by rugged brow ridges is the top of the head a glistening joining hairless dome to reet and beautiful no craggy knows rises to disturb by its own meaning shadows the symmetry of that calm calm face no vestigial ears project. The mouth is a small perfectly round aperture toothless and Gum Louis joyless Hollis on animal no futile emotions disturbing. It's round nece as it lies. Like the harvest moon or the evening star. In the wide firmament firmament of the face the description presents under irving features as great positives. This future man won't need most of the body parts we hold hold dear such as years or teeth because he relies on intellect alone for survival. He is evolved beyond those animalistic traits that defined the modern biological man such as the need to chew food instead of eating he immerses himself in nutritive fluid paddling about with with his pals instead of sitting down to dinner. No more table manners. Just communal baths the article was accompanied by an illustration of a creature shirt resembling a fetus. Man's future apparently was visually similar to his past as a baby to readers in eighteen ninety. Three the irony of the whole thing was hilarious or meant to be but this portrayal of the man of the year million also present. Something that sounds a whole lot ought like the greys to UFO enthusiasts in the twentieth century the image seems less amusing and more intriguing. uh-huh and what wells did next only increased the intrigue his career accelerated. He went on to author dozens of novels short stories and books of social commentary before he died in nineteen forty six but in generations to come he'd be best known as the father of science. It's fiction one of his most famous Sifi. Texts was the eighteen ninety eight novel. The War of the worlds which documents and alien invasion of earth the main invading race of aliens in the text wasn't the grays but the MARTIANS octopus like creatures made up of a disembodied head. Ed With Sixteen Tentacles clustered next to the beast's mouth but the gres show up in the novel to no longer a description for the evolution of man. Dan Wells transposes his man of the year million into a subjugated alien race that act as food for the dominant Martians in in eighteen ninety eight the grays became aliens interesting late in the novel. Wells referred back to his article on the man of the year million as a prophecy without mentioning that he himself had written it in the context of the book. The article or prophecy was a real world taxed published in eighteen ninety three periodical..

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Extraterrestrial

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"a. gray" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

"The mist was thick. The air filled with an almost electric crackle of anticipation and the crowd of spectators stared agog at the strange vessel before them a flying saucer illuminated with a million blinking lights. It's they were waiting but they didn't have to wait long. Suddenly a horde of creatures spilled from the mouth of the ship with child sized bodies and enormous heads. They seemed. Almost all is pitch black inky is as unfathomable the mobile and endless as space itself they were sinewy doll like with their androgynous naked figures and they were gray. So goes one of the final scenes of Steven. Spielberg's nineteen seventy seven film close encounters of the third kind and it's fiction but the extraterrestrials it presents are a disturbingly common fiction there. The universally accepted image of alien alien and have been for decades. The image has had remarkable. Staying power is that just coincidence or is there another darker worker reason for the fact that we can't seem to shake these odd creatures. Some people believe there is they believe grays are real walking amongst us. Just half hidden by multinational government conspiracies seeping into the world through stories and strange sightings. Thanks waiting to be found..

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Now Try This

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"a. gray" Discussed on Now Try This

"But it's always almost kinda hard like this's and they call each other their person they never call each other best friend friend. They the and it's almost like they don't. They aren't even friends at some points. It's there you're my person so like that one person because you need that one person to call when you you're goku jetta nailed it. Everything relates to anime. That's rule eighty nine of the internet. I don't know if it is but that's a more like piccolo and goku out. Okay yeah legitimately hates goku. No g loves goku not true. They're best best friends. I don't think it might be a little more now. Come on their best buy. That's that's driving while super wuzzy pickle pickle okay which is basically what was later. A full transition happens but needs to take on child and raise him himself and train him to be a fighter. He did his own son. Know someone else's. That's how it works mrs piccolo. You know you think piccolo fox. Oh wait. aren't they like a sexual. Yeah so i stand by my yes anything else you have to say about. And then the show ends with the absolute ends with you finding out. Her rather has also timer. This long story lines important throughout the whole show interesting scary disease for me very secure terrifying my step. Grandma had it he he. He was growing up so he was crazy. Manila upstairs. You know fucking hispanic families as a hispanic and and co worker is also like puerto rican and we talk all the time about like just the crazy shit that hispanic families just like this guy. He's crazy one. He's just a crazy one like you find out. He has like alzheimer's. And you're like wait. And anybody. Just say that i would have understood that. Say that wasn't home and we have a nurse coming just like on the walls. I didn't know why am i looking back. That wasn't nice. yeah. I also had almost no interaction with one hundred percents because he was sick. Yeah why telling me. I would have been nice shit so thing. It is totally and other races tosses. That happened you to other races. Toss tweeted us. Let us know. Do you have other excellent other races of humans. Puerto rico puerto rico. Just crazy man living upstairs. You have greasy relatives just living in your apartment for no reason. Let us know there was never just new and your mom and your dad never never somebody cousins and uncles and aunts and some people just coming over and be like. We're going to stay for a week and then years later jeff. Marcus yes does my name like the show. Don't wear it out. Ooh any final thoughts. Before i actually. Yes i do to go back. I do like the title of the show. See like the show. no. I don't would you recommend the show. I would one hundred and recommend the show if you like medical. This is the medical drama. Yeah it does. It's the best at what it does. If you were a fan of if you were like house a lot i feel like i feel like this is probably up those people's alley percent now.

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Now Try This

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"a. gray" Discussed on Now Try This

"But i'm going to go through. It is true. Roy and guess what that doctor is. Dr knows. dick notes edison. The a shows up. Oh really that was their wife. It's crazy yeah and mary is. He was laying in bed with someone. Is he married her meredith now see. I couldn't even talk one of the first episode. You see derek Then a couple of episodes into the first season at his shows up. She's a kind of madison. I'm his wife and he's like. Oh jason soon hijinks one. One season's climactic scene has made with gray now able to remove her hand from the body of a patient because if she does the bomb inside we'll go. That sounds so stupid but it sounds like this show that one point he got and beginning is going to be my only point. Because i'm gonna say this is true is true yes starts in one of the doctors the x ray and then he takes off his classes and looks to one of the residences to everybody hits a code black and it's like all the senior people know what that means other it's like what's it called black. What's it called. Black news is a bomb in the goddamn hospital. That's inside the guy even more fun fact. The reasoning is a bomb and because him and his friends were civil orien- actors and they all time grenade launcher that accidentally shot him in his thing. But it never went off three his stupid guest starring in a dramatic role a former child star lindsay lohan shows up as a schizophrenic sister of derek. Who attacks meredith. Who i want to say. This is true because that's really good and part of me is curious if you just said the craziest thing and they're all true dead. Be crazy Wasn't i will say i thought about doing that. But you would have caught on the fourth and more game. Yeah but i thought about doing that. Because i could. Yeah yeah yeah or did. I and i'm telling you this story off either way. I don't care. I'm gonna say false. Because a i don't know if anybody would cast lindsay lohan as an adult. I made us up. Ready meredith starts the show without any siblings but ends up with total four. We.

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"a. gray" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"a. gray" Discussed on Now Try This

"Does you think they feel like a lot of time. There's a lot of oops and it's like wow we're here. Yeah that's fair honestly. Oops and then. I'm sure some of them are divorced because they know that. I said i thought you were you. Were you feel like one of them. Yes one of them says no. And then there's an oopsy married you might as well have the happened in superhero. Also really spoilers fuck behind kid. Can't someone someone else doesn't want to get lexi. Maybe it is while but that's all interesting now. I you got me running around in circles. yeah. I'm also show. And then the and then episode wraps up with kelly having big dramatic moment of a big song big number. Yeah she saved babies born. I would watch a medical superhero drama with dr midnight. Upgrading superheroes i thought. The letter wasted opportunity. Netflix's had because the way they structure their shows. They can do whatever they want. They can make christmas special. They have now done realize they can't have done so some things. Why didn't they have a night nurse. Special like was aro dawson running between all the superheroes and and but it was like really like her birthday and like just super simple writing one birthday. No one knows. But she's got to keep saying and ends up at the end all israel's common they appreciate it is super easy. It's like three days of filming. Everyone would have loved it. Yeah like this is why we comic books de no no then got and everything i cancel. Yeah so we don't know forever see more punisher. Even the first season those are. I really did like the show but it wasn't it. Didn't i just it just so slow. That's fair which was so slow. They're devils not slow. It was the beginning but now season three and daredevil dublin punisher the best everything just a strong season one was great to dockery. Yeah but well. Marcus we've will receive talking about other shows you like instead of good because this is a better. Is there anything with musical episode. Let me look that. I have hidden in my sleeve you reveal. Are you satisfied about the whole episode. Now do your pocket too Too many relationships doctors to andro. She's sucks sandra. Oh's avi super smart. I hate hospital and saifi babble. They're just saying shit. That means nothing to the audience is a strange part of hospital shows. They do it all the time. And it's like a ninety. I would say ninety percent but like fifteen percent of the entire dialogue of an episode of a hospital..

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Now Try This

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"a. gray" Discussed on Now Try This

"Like good and he had to save five times. Yeah he was like you know you know which is good because that'll known showed like oh. Kelly must be cool personnel. Everyone fucking wants to be my guy. The stories with kelly she She interesting what does he do. She's real great. Give me give me a kelly okay. So our life she is a orthopedic attending surgeon so she works bones. She's a little crass and little hard edged at one point. Just boehner get it because bones bones owner. She's living hospital chaikin surgeries i and she meets. George oh my god george. Quirky and like lonely in like saturday. No george you do know george. He's the one you probably hit the most guy from one. yeah nice. Yeah and guess what we're going to get married. Oh man no we g- we get married. Oh man but oh other reasons. We're not going to get married. Oh man now. I'm a lesbian. Got damn oh man and then she makes another girl realize she's a lesbian and then she's like i love you in kelly's like ooh beg off your first lady she leaves and then she gets another lady in arizona but she's like nah arizona You want to go to africa to save. I don't wanna go to africa. We gotta break up slow man. Fuck me jesus comes back. it's terrible. I hate it. Ever go without you. I'm back and she's like off and then she's like you know what it'll be my baby to car accident. I'm like you're i can't. I never wanna watch related to the show. Never talked to me about man you ask. Oh jeez i regret it and then after that we go to Sloan's all upset and we get a little more lexi. You know alexia. She is super girl sister from. Yeah yeah but even before that. We like the chickens dying on the table. Yeah you know you you take me through. The there's two people are talks this five yang whatever same and some dude with hickey and some other lady there watching was supposedly one of their friends. Dying on the table. And don't like nick. You gotta hickey ou. And they're like doing that shit. I'm like are you fucking serious. Show does that a lot. I was like the show. People are dying relationships and stuff like yeah fuck in. Let let the moment breathe a little bit. Yeah i want to sit down. Feel the fact that this is like a crazy situation that everyone cares about her. Feel like those people are assholes are in the show. that's why now. Yeah not even like. I felt like i didn't even feel like you're assholes percentage felt like it was weird it just out of place. Yeah you know like if they were more like..

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Now Try This

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"a. gray" Discussed on Now Try This

"Started. I was like oh she sees a flip blah blah blah. And i was like. Oh i hate. This is the reason because the show because these shows when the have this gives you a cheap reason for drama automatically instead of earning it like in another show like this is a short earn the earns every foot bless is like someone's dying okay the stakes immediately. It's like i have the disease and it's like oh no oh my god like how many main characters have had major disease at some point like i'm assuming at least five. We'll get into that. Don't you worry like it's just that kind of thing with medical research and just got a brain to miranda of course fucking course and then i was like other than scrubs that shows the best. It's the only medical show this is it. Okay slow to advocate with kelly. This dude says he doesn't understand what doesn't he understand. How a baby is made the doctor. He should know that no he knows. Arizona and kill you. I didn't know that i was taking my notes. And then after that song arizona. I asked her to marry me more. I never okay so white lady asked me to marry her. And kelly's pregnant sloan's kid now you got it got. That's the ticket i made. The red headed guy starts to sing. And he's amazed what is and he's really voice so he's pulling kelly into the i guess and then he starts singing and then there. There's so many fucking doctors at this hospital. isn't this all the main characters the show. I mean there's a couple nurses can adamy where like you can immediately tell who the main characters are ademi. Okay i know all the main characters. there's a lot. Yeah if like. Oh these are all the main characters because there's the there's the head of cardio and have brains general and there's a head of can still funny because every hospital if you know any nurses or anything that work in hospitals every fucking hospitals always understaffed and so all. The doctors are in this one room with this lady. Who doesn't need that many doctors in the room while they they like. How many nations fucking dying on rooms. They wave that away. Because this hospitals i love the center. So it's it's the one like it's you could hospitals go to if you're actually heard don't fucking tell me what hostels i go to. Nick i wanna fuck it go to level one level two low three trauma do it if you go to the little three trauma the shitty ones you to. They're not going to if somebody's action. Medevac you over to this hospital. Great my point fact immediately to level when my point being that it's it's it's it's i think it's high end because because you know we're not used to being you don't pity i guess so but still i feel like even the best hospitals like still understaffed. Well it's doctors. People singing would made me happy. Was that immediately. The doctor was like fuck out here. There's three people and i was like. Yeah.

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