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"alice winter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"alice winter" Discussed on KCRW
"Thank you. We're talking truth and art with our guest. Alice Winter who I should say before we go any further wearing the kid cutie Adidas from Bill and Ted Music. Thank you. That's another whole conversation. Just, you know. There's more to life than Frank's Apple sometimes, but anywhere talking about Alex's new project, the documentaries, APPA. I keep bringing up downloaded because to me, that was also AH, fuming about a shift in the way audiences perceived And that disconnect and what trying to sort of include the whole world. It was sort of like the world became more like Zappa, even though they ended the relationship. Too. Theatrical experience. At least that was the kind of connection I see between those two films. Yeah, I tend to gravitate towards those types of subjects and I also find they make for really Compelling documentaries. There was certainly a lot of common ground and Zappa and his wife, Gail, who ran those Apple able through the bulk of his career, and certainly posthumously. They had very well known and very strong opinions about copyright, and Frank had been very prescient about the oncoming digital revolution. So there's there's actually a fair amount of crossover in those two things, but Certainly the disparity between who a person is and how they're perceived in the case of Shawn Fanning with Napster and Zappa, those similarities we're not. We're not lost on me. I find them compelling. That's why I feel this is the documentarian to govern interesting the way sort of people connect and that's could be deep Web is well on the way. As the world changes people trying to find ways to connect and we could sort of charged APPA moving from one technology to the next but still wanted to keep the idea of connecting in person alive. And I really get it from the film. I want to say that his understanding of audience and in almost an instinctual way and playing with the idea the concept of what audience was and how the audience reacts. Now you can prod them and provoke them and how far you can provoke them and still keep them alert because it's about engagement. Andre. I think you are interested in making documentaries about engagement and all of its manifest ways. I agree that and that is very much in my interest in other technology docks have made and you know, even the things that don't touch on technology like the doc. We just did on Children and show business, which also very much got into Public figures that are seen as kind of alienated and disconnected from the society around them, But how connected they actually are and what that experience is like, and I find I find that fascinating. Certainly we're living at a time where the idea of what it means to have a community. Was radically changing, so I think it's hard not to be attuned to that at the moment, and I think that the big ships that are happening culturally and politically are largely about that about what his community how to communities identify themselves. How are they formed? And and how do you engage with with those communities and Zappa to your point? No, he didn't go up on stage and turn his back to the audience for the exact same reasons that miles did. I'm sure he was inspired by miles to a degree, But Zapper was doing it. As you just said yourself. He was actually doing it to to engage the audience to draw them closer to him, and he would push and pull the audience in that way through a performance just as he would with his music. Or something. We get serious and then it would get melancholy. And then it would just become completely silly and rye bald and he wanted you to hang with that. He wanted to see how long it could keep you hanging with that. And so that you would engage on a deeper level is an interesting and not altogether, you know, on risky way to go about making a living. That's one way to put it, But it's funny because I have to say I thought about this film in some ways is like an orchestral composition. We see the footage, of example with his with Moon is an infant. It feels almost like a musical rest in the middle of the film. That's one of the first time to reintroduce music that's significant music that isn't practices of Stravinsky piece that we use there, and we were very mindful of the audience we were drawing. Some degree from Zappa's on approaches to largely the way he came at film. We got a lot from being able to pour through so much of his home movies and seeing the way edited and what his approach was to building film. But Also to the way he approached his music, but not trying to in any way, Mini cam. It was really just kind of riffing on it and creating a kind of a sense of the man through the style of that it because I feel like just watching the docks again to get ready for this. But you, you come up with a kind of editing rhythms and storytelling modes. Tol echo sort of the feel of the subject. Yes, that was very, very important to us. We were not trying to be stylistically unconventional for its own sake. That was very important to me. I did not want to make an irreverent in quotes Jack a movie because he was a reverend. We really wanted to tell a story and we really wanted to have the audience connect with his interiority and his emotional life. And it felt honestly that the best way to do that would be to reflect a nasty act of his nature. Through the film editing itself, and through the sound, an enormous amount of labor was put into the audio design. There's a lot of the vault material that you only hear it may not even realize that's what you're hearing, but it doesn't evoke something. This film feels like something this award. I'm kind of load to you, Sethi against misuse so often. But I really do think of Zappa is being a collage ist not just of music of media. The movie. Goes through. I think interesting links that should give us a feel of which, what all these portion of his life feel like. And he brought even down to the sound design when Bruce Bickford his own camera There's almost there's a kind of a quiet because you want us to feel to register the way to him working without all that, Claymation just you were talking about the time it took to Archive and then do restoration on this incredible voluminous library you had was also really wondering what how much time it took because it's a really painstakingly crafted film. There's something I want To get across to people. We started working on the idea of telling his apple story in 2000 and 14 as we were finishing deep Web Glenn Zipper, the producer myself, We're looking at what we might want to do next, and we were wondering aloud why no one had tackled this. We suspected there was because Gail had not given anyone permission. You know when you make Doc you you tend to realize that there's not a story out there because someone didn't want one s O. So we set about Mike Nichols came on at the very beginning..
"alice winter" Discussed on KCRW
"And I own it and you get your sound to pay, and he did that his entire life. And so we found just hour upon hour and it wasn't him pontificating in a grandiose or ego centric way. He was engaging with these journalists asking them questions, drawing out their opinions. And it was a really beautiful thing to discover because it was what I suspected was really going on under the surface, and it was Nice to see that that was truly who he was. I think he was just easily bored, and he want people to respond to him the way he responded to the world, which is I said, there's something in the best way childlike about him. There's an eagerness about experience that I think this this film really encapsulate. We were very taken with Zappa's useful films that he made and how he would re cut Home movies that he made with his siblings or how you would take his mother and father's wedding footage and re cut it and cut Godzilla films and do it almost like stand back. It's really quite artistically reoriented material drawn it that aspect of moment by moment, play never left his work. All the way up to G spot tornado, which is the orchestral piece that we actually end the film with that it was performed just before his death, which is a very sophisticated piece of music, but absolutely retains a lot of that child like Innocents and immediacy. I think the immediacy is just as important that he really talked about being in the moment and not in a roundabout sort of way that has validity as well, but really more in the childlike way that you're talking about really being alive and engage with with your moment. It's a trip you were talking to actor and director Alice Winter. His new film is director's a documentary, Zappa. And I would ask you about that. That book end of the orchestral piece that we're talking. You're talking about here because I think what that does so much It shows his his interplay with audience. It shows how he plays with musicians. It shows how he have its stage. It's in the weird ways. It's kind of almost all of Frank Zappa in one bite now wonder if that's how you decided to besides it being the last thing he did, because it actually sort of Brings so much of Zappa as performer and artist and person to the four. It was very important to us to end with that performance for the reasons that you're describing we we really felt strongly that it was a kind of nexus point for him artistically. But it also there's so much play as he's performers dancing on the stage in front of this very grand orchestra that he's conducting, so there's a sense of wanting to pull against The seriousness of the moment, but not for the sake of provocation or to diminish his work, which is what they always argued about job. His humor, and his rival lyrics was never a way to to denigrate his own work or somehow diminish the seriousness of what it was. It was to retain that sense of play and to enter, not allow a work of art to get stultified and self serious so that there would be a way in and I love that that performance and pride because it isn't a very stately hall. And yet there was so much play happening on the stage and in the music itself. I was getting calls from all sorts of people telling me they really knew whose Apple was and I'm going to tell you who he is. You could make the film correctly, and everyone was sure they had him nailed. You know, Doctor was this knows that what was that? I played with him for 20 years. He was absolutely there, and he really was all of those things that none of those things and There were a lot of theories floating around. The zapper really didn't want to be a rock musician. He just wanted to be taken seriously as a classical composer, and I really don't think that's true. I want to ask if that's what you responded to that even his life he was aware of audience and responding to what audience was because he even turned people he worked with and family members into audience. And as somebody with a theatrical background such as yourself when you're not strictly speaking, just a documentarian you You understand what theater does and what performance is not people respond to performance. If that was his apple you wanted to bring out because I think there's a aspect of Plato all this but I think also, there is And understanding and a hunger to connect with the audience and the idea of him understanding audience and being at his heart. In some ways, a performer. That's what made you connect to him and want to make the documentary. Absolutely my my personal connection to him was, you know I came from a family of modern dancers, and there was a lot of similar, eclectic blend of music and the householder grew up in my family's They were choreographing to Schurenberg and then maybe could choreographing to Pink Floyd. It was just the era, you know, and I grew up watching my parents create a business around their art by the future path of the time. It was quite difficult. This country, especially during the Reagan era, and N'Diaye was gutted. And then I started acting on stage when I was about five or six years old, and then I became a professional actor by nine and 10. I was on Broadway by 12, so theater and especially the Oven Guard theater has been one of my biggest influences artistically. The very first question. I ask Ales Apple when I met with her, began talking about the film his widow Was. I was well aware of this unique period and Zappa's life where he had tried to make a hit record in the sixties. They didn't really connect that. Well. He left l A and he moved to New York and he took up residence. And the Garrick Theater, which was a small off Broadway theater down in the West Village. They would walk on the stage at 10 in the morning, and they would walk off the 10 that night, and audiences were free to come and go, and they were there for months. That was really that was his Hamburg, and that was really where he formed his artistic identity, and his identity was so connected to audience and under a fine tuned understanding. Of his relationship to the audience, and they were as theatrical these experiences that they were musical. Sometimes they wouldn't play was the sixties. They would create satires. They would start engaging with the members of the audience, and I ask Gail if he was connected, and she said that to her knowledge that I had no interest in any of that, but it's there in him. Yeah, I mean, you, you she spot like that that Garrick theater residency in the documentary and but there's also a section to where people are talking. And then that's why I was asking about his Your interest in his relationship the audience because he would start abusing people. The audience were turning his back on them, as has mentioned the film all what you're pretty radical things for somebody that was perceived to be a pop musician to do. And treat connects him to people as disparate as Miles Davis and Andy Kaufman. You know, I feel like there's ah kind of theater aspect to all these these these artists and and for you as well, That must've been something that made you think This is where he lives with some part of them. There's no doubt and he was an extremely well read and plugged in person..
"alice winter" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Thank the easy one. Easy, really? Because I thought I thought you might actually bring up the Eagles here, assuming you feel they are Alice Winter Division. There they are. I think Dallas is better at head coach. I'm not a huge fan of Mike McCarthy. Quite honestly. But Jason Garrett was not good either. No, but I love Dak Prescott. I love their offense. I think Dallas is the best team in the division. And Philadelphia Philadelphia Post Super Bowl. Sure the injuries have been mourning. When's can't stay healthy? It's there is such a hard team to grass get a grasp on, you know, since they won the Super Bowl, so I I actually thought you were going to go with the Eagles there, but I laid out the case earlier with you. I'm with you. I think Green Bay Green Bay's in a tough division this year. I really do. I think Chicago will come back a little bit where you and I both talked about. We think the lion should contend, if not make one of those wild card playoff spots. Minnesota could certainly win that division even in post digs. I think they're in a tough division and I just The weapons around Aaron Rodgers in the passing game are concerning or the lack of weapons around, I guess is how I should put it. The lack of weapons around Aaron Rodgers in the passing game was concerning and I think Who knows where his head is at with the drafting of the quarterback and all the stuff that's being said about him and his relationship with the play caller, and it seems like it's a mess. It seems like You know, Green Bay is just maybe not a powder keg, but a situation that is ready to go off the tracks if they hit a little bit of adversity in the road in the first month of the season, So I'm with you. I don't think Green Bay I don't think Green Bay makes the playoffs, either. Yeah, I I mostly think it's because I'm not a huge fan of the floor. I think they way way over. Achieved last year, Um Just like we talked about. It just didn't add anybody. They lose Jimmy Graham. Chase turned Bernard. The guy they drafted last year are texting and we'll see if he can kind of Pick up Where where? You know he left off, but just the offenses. It's Not good. It's funny, if you think I mean, I guess I would. Understand. The You know the first round pick if you if you feel for whatever reason, whether if you think in your head you're you're moving on from Aaron Rodgers after 2020, and there's been no Nobody's reporting that there's no indication of that at all. But if you think you're about to move on from Aaron Rodgers, then you'd want to make sure you got yourself a quarterback. Okay? Or or maybe you want it. You thought this is the time he's what 37 But this is the time. Let's bring a guy in to groom him behind Rogers. Who has what a couple years left on his contract. Okay, fine. But in a year that we're in a draft that was deep at what position in particular Nate, like people were talking about. You could get an NFL caliber player at this position in the fourth round. Wide receiver. Yeah. So what the Packers do they take signore in round one and then running back tight end linebacker guard set of the rest of the draft like it was a deep year for receivers. You want to take care of your quarterback of the future? I get it. It's the most important position on the field. But Europe you're a franchise that we look at. Right now. It's a year you're contending urine win now mode, right? Why wouldn't you address a young receiver with the second round? Pick it 62 instead of bringing it was a good player, by the way, a J. Dylan or even running around three drafted a tight end. Why wouldn't you get a wide receiver? So many good ones? Looking eyes it just look at Isaiah Hodgins looking Gabriel Davis around frame rate burial. Davis fourth. I mean that that's the guy that could come in and potentially Pushed, you know, evolved a scant ling or, you know, Lazard. It's just played right away and help your passing A bit of a bit of a mind. Blow for me. 803 old 5 50 to join us 885 50 to 5 50 The burden of pick of the week falls to break Wilson and We'll see if he doesn't disappoint. Although you know what? Either way, no matter what he picks Nate, I make fun of him anyway. Just for the morning Like, yeah, more in life. It's really it's for its rather energy. It is what it is. Top of the hour. We'll be talking about the Jays. They're in the race in the American League there only a game behind the Yankees. And Joshi and assistant Jamilla Blue Jays will be joining.
"alice winter" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"I. That's my M I clean energy dot com Watching the Triple A jam cams in the 24 hour traffic Center Dennis New Backer WWJ NewsRadio, 9 50, now the actor with the forecast, Here's meteorologist Dean before we're going to start out with sunshine this morning. The warmth in the humidity will be up this afternoon thunderstorm. Chances go up two, especially After three or four o'clock temperatures up in the load to mid eighties and then we'll see some showers and thunderstorm move through in a couple of occasions tonight into tomorrow morning, maybe even a rumble of thunder down to 68. Louds, right, Fearsome sun. Tomorrow we'll get up to a high of 82 is the humidity lowers in the afternoon. Warm and breezy with some sunshine Load a bit eighties Thursday, then cooler but nice, mostly sunny, mid upper seventies for Friday and Saturday. Sunday Breezy was from Sun near 80 shower thunderstorm. Chances look like they returned Sunday night, possibly in the Labor Day Monday as we get into the low eighties for labor Day itself, I thank you with meteorologist in DeVore. W W J NewsRadio 9 50. Alright right now its Ah, pretty warm morning Not so bad here in the metro Detroit it's 70 in Canton. Rochester Hills is 69 degrees 72 in Roseville and at Metro Airport in Romney, Alice Winter calm and its 72 degrees a new way of life. Staying home social distancing stay connected to the latest developments with covert 19 news radio 9 50 W W. J. Hey. August was scorching and a soaking National Weather Service records A wrecker's. They had the average for the month of August. Right about 70 almost 74 degrees 73.5 degrees as about 1.5 degrees above normal. Than what we normally see in the month of August, so just above normal, there were four days when the temperature actually was above the temperature of 90 degrees throughout the month of August. And August had double the rainfall as well. So it was a rainy and hot just about six inches. Half of that, though, came from last weekend's storms, where there was about three inches of rain so half that the new month of September promises to be cooler with an average temperature. Of the 65 degrees. W W NEWS time. 9 42 Thiss is technology on WHEELS I'm w W J AUTO.
"alice winter" Discussed on KGO 810
"Lauren German, Okay, It's great stuff. I mean, you know this fearsome celestial being in Los Angeles, playing out like he is a wealthy playboy. But you know, In fact, he is the devil and and Ellis is so cool. But he could easily take over his James Bond went Daniel Craig retires from the role. Lucifer You have to start at the beginning, even though their individual cases for the most part and the police stuff is the least of the show. Anyway, have a great time with it, and I wanted to recommend it. All right. What else do you have? Okay this weekend movies. The new mutants, speaking of super Hero in comic, book oriented stuff opens today in theaters and drive ins, and they did not show it to the reviewers and say, Fox production through Marvel. It's not always a good sign, right? Does that should that tell us that it's weak or not? I'm sorry. I should have tell us that it might have problems or when they don't show it to reviewers. Well, yeah, on more to the point. It's been sitting on the shelf for almost two years, Fox has been holding onto it. It's part of the X Men franchise, which is now back in the hands of marble and Disney on marbles, Direct control and I guess they didn't know what to do with it. But they didn't show it us either. They didn't give us screaming links. So despite the presence of some good actors, and you know some Okay, buzz, I can't tell you anything about the new mutants. And I'm not suggesting anyone go to a movie theater. If you can see it in a drive in More power to you. Let's get to some stuff You could watch online at home, okay? Yes, sir. Do it. Bill and Ted faced the music. It's not significant nor extremely funny, but it's certainly fun. And it's so amiable that I'd be kind of a meanie to say anything too critical of it. In case you're thoroughly pop culture challenged. This is the third movie and a trilogy of Dumb Guy, Buddy Cos. That began 30 Count them 30 years ago with the time traveling Stoner Movie Bill and Ted's excellent adventure that was 1989. There was a sequel Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey and 91. These guys are best friends, suburban goofballs in one of the rock star's billing tender in high school in the original film, they're gonna fail history. Oh, and by the way, they're played by then and played by now. Alex Winter and the Evergreen Piano. Reeves. I mean piano Reeves. His career is Blowing back up. There's a big resurgence with John Wick films and The Matrix franchise is continuing, but he loves this character, and he's got a great relationship and report with Alice Winter. Eso. They've come back for this third film and You know. Initially they're visited by this hipster from the future named Rufus, who shows up in some kind of phone booth that can traverse time in space. Like like doctor who's police box, and by the way, Rufus was played by the late great comedian George Carlin, and he takes them on a trip through time to help them pass his history tests and tells them that they are going to write and record a song that will bring the world together in peace and harmony. Will, apparently by this third film. Three decades later, they still haven't written a song to sign the song. I've always felt that the world is just one song away from peace and harmony to to bad. Hey, Michael, do you exactly that I have to want hilarious. Do you have to watch the second one to understand the third one? Michael telling you all you need to know you can jump right in now, right? If you're if you're a fan of these movies, I think you're gonna love this. And if you haven't seen the films, you're going to go what, but it's nice that they acknowledge. The wait. George Carlin with Kristen shall playing his daughter named Kelly, which is a sweet little Easter eggs since Kelly is the name of Karla's real life daughter, and she also has a cameo in the movie. But you know, this is fun, You know, plain old fun, and the truth of the matter is, it's not great. They're married to medieval princesses. They met on a journey into the past and that you too, have a daughter following in their footsteps on DSO on So on but winter and so on, and so on, But I'm running out of time. Don't spend Teo too much time on this sort of so so movie, you know, Okay, but you can watch you go now. You know the Amazon. Apple TV, etcetera. All right, let's get to something. I really, really liked that. We've only got a minute. David Copperfield. All right, go for audition. He's the David Copperfield was the hero in the in the Great Charles Dickens novel. And this is a new movie version of Copperfield Story, courtesy of the director and screenwriter Armando Iannucci. The guy who created Veep Andi have new five his work in England. This is pretty well known, but this is a lovely Modernisation of the story, even though it's set back in Victorian times, color, Blind Casting. Dev Patel plays David Copperfield, the guy from Slumdog Millionaire, and You also get like, you know, you get Tilda Swinton, Hugh Laurie, Peter Capaldi. You've got a great cast. It's breezy, well acted uplifting. A treat to watch. Unfortunately in theaters and drive ins on Lee, but it will come, Teo. I guess your video laptop sooner or later. I guess that's all we have time for. I'm sorry. Michael Tio have to have such a hard rap, but just to review and kind of in the order, we did it. The Lucifer is whatyou strong. Get it in order. You get extra try it loose of her, which is on Netflix..
'Bill & Ted Face the Music' isn't excellent, but it's still kind of fun
"Ted faced the music. It's not significant nor extremely funny, but it's certainly fun. And it's so amiable that I'd be kind of a meanie to say anything too critical of it. In case you're thoroughly pop culture challenged. This is the third movie and a trilogy of Dumb Guy, Buddy Cos. That began 30 Count them 30 years ago with the time traveling Stoner Movie Bill and Ted's excellent adventure that was 1989. There was a sequel Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey and 91. These guys are best friends, suburban goofballs in one of the rock star's billing tender in high school in the original film, they're gonna fail history. Oh, and by the way, they're played by then and played by now. Alex Winter and the Evergreen Piano. Reeves. I mean piano Reeves. His career is Blowing back up. There's a big resurgence with John Wick films and The Matrix franchise is continuing, but he loves this character, and he's got a great relationship and report with Alice Winter. Eso. They've come back for this third film and You know. Initially they're visited by this hipster from the future named Rufus, who shows up in some kind of phone booth that can traverse time in space. Like like doctor who's police box, and by the way, Rufus was played by the late great comedian George Carlin, and he takes them on a trip through time to help them pass his history tests and tells them that they are going to write and record a song that will bring the world together in peace and harmony. Will, apparently by this third film. Three decades later, they still haven't written a song to sign the song. I've always felt that the world is just one song away from peace and harmony to to bad. Hey, Michael, do you exactly that I have to want hilarious.
"alice winter" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Guys that brought this to the table on Monday is my good and I'll just refresh your memory. You haven't seen it. Pap oil was asking me about it again. And you've got Apple TV. And if you like about knew the Beastie Boys story, So he knew everything that was there in the documentary and it's last documentary, Maura about them just kind of Being in front of Ah Theatre audience explaining the road of what it was like for three kids to grow up from New York and to make it big If you know the Beastie Boys story. It's a really cool success story and a great story about friendship. It's only 90 minutes long. And if you have apple TV, check it out The Beastie Boys documentary. What do you guys have? I've got something called. I'll be gone in the dark. It's an HBO true crime docuseries that my wife and I were watching the other night. It's It's actually pretty good or you laughing. Did Miller give that out? I know that you are applications. You're on vacation. Miller, like both gave it out as a joint one. We have boasted one day called again because I don't think I was here. I'll be gone in the dark. It's actually it's it's It's the story. Patton, Oswalt's wife, right or late, his late wife, his shell McNamara, who basically chronicled the Golden Gate killer and was largely I think a lot of her work was largely responsible for why They were able to catch him. Is it good? Yeah, it was really good. Abdullah and I have been looking forward to it for months. So wayward. I've seen the 1st 2 Yes, but it's really good. Gents. Let me give you another HBO series, which debuts on Tuesday night called Showbiz Kids, actually, on a serious documentary showed his kids about kids who basically our childhood stars, and it is directed and the interviews are conducted by Alex Winter. Do you recall who he is? No Alex Winter, Alice Winter Playbill in Bill and Ted's excellent adventure, So he's the director, and it's Ah, It has lots of interviews with childhood stars and What they with their life was like as they grew up in the spotlight right of doll. What do you have a fine island on ESPN. Plus, you can watch the prelims on ESPN. The main event will there's three main events, but it's going to be Osman vs Mas Vidal Gilbert Burns was unable to fight because he tested positive for covert 19 and that Koven 19 inch report is brought to you. Why Rush University Medical Center Rush offers more than 30 health care locations, making it easy to choose excellence..
"alice winter" Discussed on Alice @97.3
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"alice winter" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Agreement would it came right after the timing was just too close as soon as we pull out of the agreement boom here come the missiles saw no i think i in fact i went to the pentagon said they're stirring up trails iran is gonna learn its lesson because israel is going to give it a big old bloody nose also israel you got it also in the big three eric schneiderman emerges you would think this guy has nothing to smile about but there is in the papers today smiling looking happy getting into the back i don't know but you see that smile some people call the smirk but he's i guess it's his smiley face for the president did not answer any questions from the press but he has hired a tough top criminal defense attorney named isabel kirschner because he's going to be in some legal jeopardy here's he is and we'll have alice stockton rossini talking his neighborhood if anyone will track down eric schneiderman will be alice winter she can go to some of the bars up there and find out where you like to hang out because barely it was a big drinker and apparently like to drink how 'bout those mets because you know how to put a positive spin on what's going on there with the mets to put a positive spin on that out of order you put a positive spin on what's going to the front page of the daily news was the frontpage who's on first what's up who's patting i whatever i mean i mean that was who's up i i whatever anyway the mets are off today which i think is the positive spin something positive they have the day off means they can't lose a game tomorrow but i thought so they wind up losing two to one and ten and i thought this josh lewin call was just classic of the winning cincinnati homerun to pitch driven deep left field if it goes it's over it goes what more can you say now how do you get them out of order i mean he's just a mistake we'll discuss in our mets segment house that we shall discuss around six forty in about half an hour seven thirty i'm gonna be giving away a pair of tickets to see the mets take on the yankees.