26 Burst results for "Amato"

Researchers aim to cut energy footprint of indoor farms

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 7 months ago

Researchers aim to cut energy footprint of indoor farms

"Indoor farms can grow vegetables close to cities where there are lots of people to feed. Farming indoors can also extend the growing season in cold climates and protect crops from damage during extreme weather but growing food indoors is energy intensive so it can produce a lot of carbon pollution. Lighting is a big factor. You have the heating and cooling systems of insulation system so have all these systems have control. So it's really important for us reduce this energy demand. Eric Amato's directs the greenhouse lighting and systems engineering consortium. The group is working to reduce the energy used in indoor farms and greenhouses the challenges. How can we still provide all inputs? The plants require the crops require grow. What using energy with the most efficient way possible researchers are tackling the problem from multiple angles for example they're designing high efficiency. Led Lights and they're experimenting with ways to optimize specific crops. Growth with customize lighting ventilation and humidity controls motto says. He's technologies and systems will help make greenhouses an indoor farms more cost effective and better for the climate

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He slaughtered his family for a Bulgarian webcam girl

True Crime Garage

14:59 min | 10 months ago

He slaughtered his family for a Bulgarian webcam girl

"Margaret and Chad provided a nice life for their three boys. They lived in an expansive home. And had all the trappings of affluence cars. Video Games and horses yes. Margaret was a horse person as everyone knows the garage loves loves horse people centers. She adopted in rehabilitated. A retired racehorse named lady and even after lady died she still went to the stables. Abel's Daily to work with other horses. Margaret worked as a client operations manager at a healthcare company Chatham Motto was a Clinical Aw Pharmacists who worked for CVS and who also had a second job. He was a self professed computer guru. One of his CO worker said. The Chad was very proud of his sons. But there are rumors in this case in some references to it by two people close to the case did Chad data motto. The father was a quite difficult man and most compeer people are a side. Note Jason. The oldest of the three boys was not what Chad's biological son. He adopted him when he married Margaret. This was way back when Jason was just three years old. It doesn't seem that Jason was as close to his brothers as they were to each other. According to Jason. They were known as the football family because they went to every Florida. GATORS home game together. But Jason no longer lived at home and he had moved on with his own life. So the true brother's on the half brothers. Brothers grant. And cody they. They seem to be inseparable. Cody is just one year older than grant and they did everything together. They were on the weightlifting team together at Timber Creek high school and planned on buying matching. BMW's and living in the family home well after their parents retired to their other house which was located in Tennessee. One of their favourite activities involved shooting air soft rifles and real guns as well. and You I can see on grant Amato's facebook profile picture and he is trying to look like a militant bad ass with a big rifle cody grant were on a competitive air. Soft team called remedy. The brothers even went on to enroll in nursing school together. This after grant graduated from the University of Central Florida even early on as seems that cody was somewhat of a caretaker for grant he we had it. Altogether while grant was more scattered in June of two thousand eighteen. Grant was caught stealing medication from his is job at advent health which is located in Orlando Florida. Do we know what kind of medication he stole. I'm going to get into that right now. The hospital staff noticed eight empty vials of propofol and two rooms. Where grant was working he had taken vials they? They were worth together. Combined amount of two thousand sixty seven dollars. These were taken from a storage machine that required a thumbprint to access us. The machine he was captured on surveillance video which was reviewed by the hospital. After the propofol was discovered missing he was seen zien accessing the machine and putting the vials in his pocket. This amounted to grand theft. Hospital officials confronted grant. Who told them them? According to the police report that quote he hit administered the drugs to patients who were not being adequately relaxed by doctor ordered medicine in other words he thought patients needed more drugs than what they were being given so he wasn't stealing drugs for himself to us but to use is on patients. That's his statement. That's his story and he's sticking to it. We don't know for certain administrators believed that this was not the first the incident of this kind. He probably had stolen these items before while being questioned a couple of days after he was caught stealing grant apparently said he was suicidal so the police were called. This was on June. twenty-first grant was arrested but they determined that there was not grounds to hold him under Florida's Baker Act which allows an involuntary hold of people deemed to be dangerous to themselves us and for reasons that have never been disclosed. The grand theft charges for stealing propofol were eventually dropped but needless to say grant was out of job. He was fired and as a consequence of this event he was expelled from anesthesiology school as well and his dad who was funding legal representation for his son. Well he was out of a lot of money. This was money that was set up for grants lawyers. Yeah but let's break this down a little bit because a lot of times if if there is a conflict at work work even if it is stealing they normally won't prosecute as long as they get the material back we got the material back. We didn't lose any money and we're going to then sever ever our ties with this individual by fire them. Yeah I mean He. He's he's fired one hundred percent. I don't know what their reasons were for dropping the charges. If you want me to speculate my guess is they probably didn't want his defense of Oh. I was giving them to your patients right to be in the newspapers whether that's what what he was doing with them or not. We just don't know yeah. Stay away from the bad publicity. So grant is unemployed and living with his parents so what did did grant do all day now that he was unemployed of course he did. What any hard working able bodied twenty something American male would do and and of course? I'm being sarcastic. He spent his days gaming and watching porn. This on a site called Cam. Girls Grant soon soon met a Webcam model named Sylvia from Bulgaria. We all can you spell it website for me. Grant began what he felt what was an intimate relationship with this woman. The virtual kind grant lead Sylvia to believe that he was a successful ambitious. Young Professional Personal Gamer. who had his own apartment and drove a BMW? According to the Orlando Sentinel Grant spent about four hours every night. online watching Sylvia dance and model euphemisms for one on one virtual pornographic activity. And of course this cost money in fact the woman's attentions to grant seemed to depend on how much money he paid. Her grant admitted that her shows cost ninety. That's nine zero tokens per minute to view. which he purchased five thousand tokens at a time? For six hundred dollars he he and Sylvia would video chat as well. Grant seemed to think that the woman was his girlfriend eventually. He began sending her clothes using sex toys which Sylvia would model for him often in pornographic videos. How grant paying for all of this? Well we'll we'll get into that in a minute I hang on. Let me get out my porno calculator. Real quick yeah. So that's five thousand. Four hundred tokens an hour and times that by four hours a day or night. That's twenty one thousand. Six hundred tokens a night on my circulating. Say That's a lot of porno. That's two thousand two thousand five hundred ninety two dollars a day or night. However you WANNA swing that Hammer? It would be cheaper to be addicted to meth but remember kids. Don't do math then. In December of two thousand eighteen. I apologized captain Bob when I was reviewing this information and putting together all the math. I don't know why but it popped in my head out of all the things things you could be addicted to. This is a very expensive addiction. L. I guess we'll know why our our show won't continue The Colonel Got Addicted to Meth. Don't do math then. In December of two thousand eighteen cody grant and their friend Jericho. They went on on a trip to Japan. Cody was very nice. He paid at ten thousand dollars for this trip. So cody is paying for the both of them for him and grant but when the boys returned home this is around December fifteenth grant found that his father was very disgruntled. That grant still had. It not landed a job by this point. It's not clear exactly win. The Amato's found out that their son was involved in a virtual relationship with a Webcam girl. Some news reports state that Margaret noticed male showing up for grant from Bulgaria. Yeah and then was horrified lied that her son had given their home address to a t to somebody in the porn business. Let's say right we. We can only imagine what that conversation was like unfortunately for grant though it seems that his parents also discovered something else at some point toward toward the end of two thousand eighteen chat amato discovered that some money was missing and actually this was a lot of money. Grant was stealing stealing money from his own family. Grant told his parents that he spent this money to promote himself on twitch. I'm captain sure or you could inform us. What twitches all because I'm such a loser that I have all this time to do well? I don't know exactly what it is so I thought maybe you might law blah. I don't know much about. I've never been on it. I think people can be very profitable on it. There's many millionaires from an end. I guess what it is is is that you. You're a Gamer. And then people can watch you game al Qaeda they could pay for a subscription so so there are there are people are doing very well. It's it's but it's kind of a the video game world to me. I haven't been into it since Super Super Mario Brothers so I don't really know much about it but it's it's huge. I mean you can So when he saying I'm promoted myself or I'm this could turn into a profession not as a profession but if if it takes off he could become like a multimillionaire like basically like becoming a youtube star or something right I was is gonna save for Dummies like me. The simplest form. It's kind of a social media. Instagram meets Youtube kind of thing. Yeah Four Gaming Guy Merrily yeah so the truth be told though that's not where the money went. He actually blew it all on his very expensive hobby. Or what I would call obsession with Sylvia. Yeah but even if it went to promote himself on this platform it's a it's a big risk because to to become a youtube star or become twitch star. It's very difficult so now thus begins the family meltdown. Okay on December nineteenth two thousand eighteen. The models called nine one one. This was to report grant was missing. He walked out of the House after an argument with Chad and his mother was concerned because he seemed very depressed at this time and she says possibly suicidal in fact Margaret told the the sheriff's office. She told the deputies that she got a text from grant saying he was quote really tired of everything and quote and was quote just just going to handle it his own way. That's as much of the text that I have. But regardless believing that he had been unsuccessful looking looking for work and had shown some instability in connection with the propofol incident right. And he's at school now. He's spending his days. He's like you said playing video games and watching pornography and if the family just knows that he's just up in his room playing video games all day maybe not knowing too much about the pornography but when somebody says I'm tired of it all and that's all they're doing I think that's a bad sign. Well you know she has. His mother has other tax and other information other conversations that were had right that we're not privy to so calling. The police seems like a very smart motherly. Move here in this this spot and December of two thousand eighteen. Cody confided in his girlfriend. Sloan that he was concerned concerned about his brother. He was concerned that grant was going to kill. Everyone is what he said when grant left the home that day. He took refuge at the home of his aunt. This is Donna. Amato with whom. He was very close. She later said that he was looking lost and depressed at her house. Grant slept during the day and stayed up all night. She and her husband hid all of their guns and while grant was with them having been worn by the Amato's that he was possibly suicidal while grant was staying with her Donnas Bank account was hacked and strange charges started showing up. At least that's what she thought. She came to find out that the nephew you she had taken in stole her credit card information and she wasn't the only one according to the Orlando Sentinel pictures of credit it. Cards belonging to grant Amato's grandmother uncle and one of his cousins were found on his computer upset and betrayed Donna on a called her husband's brother grandfather. Chad D'Amato totally out of character. Chad broke down on the phone. He told Donna the he had been forced to remortgage mortgage the family's home to cover one hundred and fifty thousand dollars worth of debt racked up by grant. Donna says quote. He told me on the phone. Yeah I'm going to have to work a few more years than I thought I'd have to but it's okay I'll do it for grant it. I don't want him to go to jail.

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"amato" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

05:23 min | 10 months ago

"amato" Discussed on True Crime Garage

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Uber in Talks to Sell Its Food-Delivery Business in India

Sean Hannity

00:09 sec | 1 year ago

Uber in Talks to Sell Its Food-Delivery Business in India

"Hoover's food delivery service uber eats is costing it too much in India so talks are under way to sell it to a rival competitors Amato media would pick up uber's

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Extra: Show stoppers

Monocle 24: Section D

04:52 min | 1 year ago

Extra: Show stoppers

"So. I'm I'm a designer that is based in the Netherlands in nine eleven. I just made I think fifteen doorstops that are very a specific to each of the doors in detail. I basically made him from waste so they are all kind of different colors and patterns so to be provides the big range of these doorstops. Did you go around and have a look at the doors. or how are you gonNa try and respond to each of those doors actually quite the list of just the size between the floor and the door I had the size of the handle and that was it. I didn't knew what the space look like. I had not that that mini formations which was also quite fun to just go crazy and Not Be Limited by certain expectations that I would set somehow and then the materials they title they look almost cartoony. Happy Mac that I use some kind of Plato that I discovered in Asia. It's some kind of children educational tool so it's not toxic. So you get all you can eat it. It makes really really soft and it just covered them and the ad layers of layers layers and then to finally arrive in to certain pattern that I'm just going to add to bring even more that and fund into these objects. My name is boss Coyne. I'm half of the studio from Saddam. I worked together with my partner. Say Okay I'm Amato. Auto debris was I would say almost like a list of requirements in this case which was also quite interesting. We were asked to create screens as you could see as well they were supposed to be used or they should have been possible to use both indoors and outdoors. There were certain scale restrictions. And that was Morris it and they should be mobile as well like so. The screens are called the great outdoors and inspiration came from the outdoors. Anything from while on one hand like the more individual side like this mountain ridges and like justice line indoor Isan overlapping screen is. Obviously I mean most times would be quite large piece so we're talking about quite large surfaces if it would be just like one whatever rectangular lers traits surface it can be quite intrusive quite distracting or something. So that's something which we tried to soften working with curves and working with transparency. But it's more like to create certain distance within the space so it's not completely breaking it. It's not like putting wall somewhere in between clean but rather it's almost like a mental thing you know it's like something which it's about the perspective of the viewer of user of people around Hello Shylock ally from resign studio I walk with my wife life yet. We design furniture and products and installation and spaces for these showing here at days to rugs from my collection. Shen we designed for gun. It's a Spanish company. The production is in India. And when we started to walk with gun they didn't really give us a brief. They say you. Oh you just hit you make your vision happen. It's often amazing. It's free and you just need to come in idea. The only thing they say is that they do you have a group of women in India did specialize in embroidery and they love to have some embroidery in the collection. Because it means taking Kim Day workflow and it's important for them to keep these women busy because they'd been taken in mind and be independent we had destroyed and you're like okay no way. He's just yes. We are definitely gonNA use embroidery and the body was studying born. We did the research we look at embroidery from Different Cultures Khuhro of North America different places aces and as a kid. I remember going to my grandma. She was from Bulgaria and looking handles embroidery and beautiful. You see those roses and flour and tax and runners the core development. And then when you turn to the other side you see all the mess of their handmade embroidery and we. So let's just take this mess in the back of the stitching them. They make a collection of these. We analyzed different different mess basically because the mass of the roses looks different from the mass of a text of runner. And we just mopped which one can be turned into a recollection. And that's basically what we did just trying to take defend. Take on something that people are doing for for so long. That was

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"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"We might do a little view it see how it goes number. One at the chinese box office december fourteenth team twenty eighteen thing might be the biggest hit of the year biggest non chinese head of the fourteen eighteen eight twenty eight so as an american film twenty linnea team. Was it the number one american film at the box office. Did it over preventers infinity war no and it's not black panther not a marvel marvel no. Is it a disney. No it's not a disney. It's going to be and not fate of the furious. No it is good. It's a good movie really such satisfaction is an awesome claim was the number one okay i don. I was just like that. Movie did so insanely well in china. Is that arguably china's biggest domestic american hit of the year. Let's find out out. I still feel like the big american funding china's fate of the furious number in two thousand eighteen. I mean i don't mean all time. <hes> it was actually slightly. More are comment. Was the second-biggest okay <hes>. We said this when we saw. I don't know if this is going to do well here. It's good to great in china was surprised by how well it did. Well everywhere one point one billion dollars the highest grossing movie of all time. Oh i believe yeah like right. We the bullet we when we did our aqua up so we completely flipped the actual outcome in our predictions for that versus mary poppins yes exactly mattie. Pope ins she returned god marshall. He must be so pleasant to work for doing it and if he has ever been england england number two is my neighbour totoro get out of here ben. He's got to go get the mail on just soda cans already came in a number. Three is a indian film see there's a lot of crossover there with hollywood inspired by the life of a famous social entrepreneur a social entrepreneur know what i mean. I'm just like why would you know this movie. It's called pad man..

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"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Thing. That's really important. She thinks a lot of other movies. It's a lot about not being home. It's a lot about being out away from things and so this one is very about like it centers around a home a place at all feels comfortable and safe. I think that's also interesting aspect of tooks feels like one of the few times where he reckons with some of those feelings feelings. Here's a. miyazaki phenomenon that i find fascinating that <hes> why not talk about it here yes <hes> because of tensions between china and japan and because it's kinda only becoming you'll major fell market recently. All of his films have been seen released in china for the first time in wide theatrical releases. Is there not re-releasing. Finally the gates are open and all of them have been doing crazy well and in fact toy story four underperformed in china a a country where toy story does not have much of a cultural right to see and was just fucking walked by spirited away which was like top the the box office spirit away movie. That's fifteen years old right was playing like a blockbuster in china and it's this thing that we've been talking about a little a bit in different episodes where it's like for how voracious a film market china has become and for how much american studios are trying to chase china. They have pretty wide and varied tastes. Yes like we talked about like shoplifters and like purnell where like huge fucking hits in china there are four and films that are being released in china that are difficult art house films that are playing like blockbusters. There are old trapeze animated films that are playing like blockbusters stors like they're not just like give us whizbang. Give us franchise we even though the the franchises do well there. There seems to be like at the same time that it's exploding as a commercial market. There is like a new appreciation for film as an art form. I wonder if i can very jealous of well. Here's something that that ties into that also is <hes> i think todorovic specifically very interesting because i think when people think of especially with that have not seen my neighbour totara like ben before you. We're going to do that box up this weekend. That's more interesting to chinese one. <hes> okay yeah like a year ago yeah. It was very recent. Lisa december two thousand eighteen before you saw this movie. What did you think it was about. They had mentioned that you could find a magical all moe monster in the woods right. If you left the house one day you might just be lucky. So all i knew was that there is like a big roster auster and i feel like between a neighbor yeah well. I saw the title i was like okay so they're friendly monsters sure but like through all the merchandising and all of that sort of depiction of totoro because it's become mickey mouse of studio ghibli is i think it's reduced into being like a mickey key mouse at disney dyke..

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"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Slash. This check the whole month of great cinema four free. Yeah i signed up for it and i've been loving it and another thing. I don't think we've spotlighted on these reeds. I liked their emails males that give you sort of like a heads up of stuff. That's coming up and then a little description and they sort of talk about the curation that they're doing play hallander. Yeah it's tough we movie. It's good stuff. It's good company yup offering a good service and are good. Listeners should take advantage of this a good deal movie. Legiti nothing i just i just wanted to call because i thought i did a bad job on the episode because sort of <hes> jobs no. I think you're you're overseeing it. I just i love my neighbor. Charters my favorite movies of all time and i felt like i came in and a goofy mood and i feel like you're probably have to cut a bunch of stuff and i just i just felt bad. Ben and i just want to say how much i love that movie and i love your podcast and i like being on it and i just i'm sorry that i probably give you extra work by being all over the place. Well thank you g._d. We love having you on the show. I think you're a great funny guy and <hes> yeah. Let's just like get into episode. Let's just let the fans decide. I just listen. I love totoro so much. I i mean i called you beforehand. How did well yeah well actually. I didn't fit that in to the episode where i was because i was going to set up playing that clip. So why don't we say now that at the end of the episode. I'll play that clip that oh it's my voicemail yup my voicemail. Oh yeah on this lynton pretty funny. <hes> no episodes good j._d. Okay all right. I trust you promise. Thank you ben have a good day..

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"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"I'm sort of like a totoro of movie merchandise three weeks later j._d. Said did you get my president and i said okay i figured it out but it is it's like meant for like giant movie theaters where they have enough ceiling height that they can hang them from the rafter. It's legit banner. It's ten feet tall. It is taller than in my apartment day yeah. It is such a point of personal pride <hes> mhm for me to tell her listeners that this episode once again is brought to you by our good friends at move. We love him. We love him and they seem to like us. Okay yeah yeah which is kind of the ultimate compliment and this feels like a service where if you're listening to this show and you don't movie what are you doing. It really is an incredibly easy to use inexpensive and fun way to catch up on all kinds of cinema and it's curated it is curated baby out the garbage. Dump a content that these other services are giving you movie is hand picking carefully selecting a new film every day and then they're also going. I'm gonna take this one back. That's how the service works right but that's fun because it means that you're like i can't just throw this the q. and get to it's six years from now some of these other streaming platforms. I have in my queue that have been there for a decade. I believe leave no exaggeration. I was doing some maintenance off decade and i never get to watching them because they just go on. It's gonna be around forever and disappears without warning and i never ever see it right not gonna have that. We'll be no one. It's there you know when it's going to go ability it leaving give notification. If you're like yeah you might wanna catch. Here's some stuff a got peter. Strickland <hes> coming out called the fabric to strickland's on here are very are in san studio and the duke of burgundy real good real good movie. Check that thing out steven spielberg's allying me one of my favorite soderbergh's one of my favorite movies of nineteen ninety nine nine very david sims film. Tell them i'm coming. This is what's nice as you like me. I like the limy yes. I have not seen it since i was in high school so you high relishing the fact that movie is giving an opportunity to rewatch it not some crummy d._v._d. And proper hi rez streaming things service. I will be watching that imminently and i'm sure what's crazy. Yeah i know look here's the point and you already sort of drew this line but it's nice that they tried to kind of sync up their releases with things that are going on in the landscape. Strickland's got a new film star the too old strickland's up there. You know like jump..

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"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Absolutely there has to have at some point in a totoro beanbag chair produced this there is seen as so so pleasant. Let's get one. You're just like that so that'll be your next birthday. Oh we gotta do present corner. How would they got a new hobby a new collection that he started the soda cans. David's got a weird hobby that he's all all right so this is this is this is a weird hobby so taking you remind me remind me how this started because i don't we were the three of us protects threat that sometimes we have a text three throw in a subject that's like i feel like you guys really this thing. I've been thinking the only this text thread can hear this thought and i think j._d. Was the one who initiated and just said. Can we talk about how weird steve corrales career is as a leading man yeah so they call bankable leading man. He was in that twenty eighteen like beautiful boy. What were the oakland tomorrow our people yes studios keeping like well. How do we work corral but j._d. Argument was he's been bankable for over ten years. Now yes as a leading man. Yes almost exclusively exclusively playing arrogant creeps or sad sacks right right right right which is funny because he can be lovable totally and get forget why we're talking about. That's the minority. This is just because of marlin and stuff like that because it was a lot of corral he had three movies. Come out and through through is any hosted s._n._l. So he was kind of omnipresent and we were just talking about what a weird fucking career and then we're testing photos prosthetics from <hes> he did press for despicable me. Two in garmisch prosthetics grew right right but then we were saying like it's weird how big his career has been in different ways right. It's also weird that now the office is humongous right now. The officer medicine corner with this headline bag vaping into the sky so that is talking about like how weird it is that he did like this. Get smart movie. That was a summer blockbuster that they threatened to make a sequel to for like eight years. They i mean they're trying to schedule it like crept over one hundred million but what was hardly like i believe it made one hundred thirty one hundred thirty right not very well overseas unsurprisingly rising because that that nobody knows what get smart is over big hit hit and they were like well keep making these and i was like for a guy who usually plays such odd characters yeah and has not been a character has been a movie leading man. It is so weird that at the peak of this get smart thing he was like on on soda bottles right because there was a limited promotional sierra mist flavor called undercover orange right because it didn't look like it was going to be orange then you sift. It's secretly so we discussed this. Yes we had this discussion. The discussion ended and about sixty about my life seeing movies in brooklyn not seeing movies and forty act satellite yup and then ding uh-huh oh the meal and he's brought the male what's package. I don't know this seller just banging table like a child who wants dinner pack and it's when you get a package..

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"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"I think it's still sell tells the same story just images. I think you'd even take stills from this movie and put them together and it would still resonate in very similar ways and tell the same feelings to an audience. I don't know i just think it's so brilliant and in fact now yeah i think that's why like dreams that there's so many shorts that have these images that are just these beautiful images. I tell the entire story in an image and i think like when when you find a film that's really great. You can pull an image and go. This is the entire storage one image right there so yeah as you say. There was initially one daughter yeah for some reason evolved into two. I think partly was like the big thing was that they he wanted to export. Both that childlike lay ran the sense of its duty fast fast yeah yeah right right and it was hard to one kiss so he wanted made the little girl to meet totara first because he feels like she wouldn't be scared of kinda scared yeah when she meets yeah. She's in that area of childhood where you're still like seems cool yeah and it's a beautiful moment when she comes up to him and you're expecting it to be the scary moment or this moment that so played out in in most cinema where it's like ooh. They're scared at first but it's actually a gentle that's not. That's like the exact team meeting instead it's immediately. She's just so comfortable comfortable. It's like it's like when a little kid meets like someone for the first time they just give them a hug and are like yeah. I like this person yeah. Since he is lord the forest turturro can hear the joyous voices at the plants he would love the rain especially if it's rain falling during.

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"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Or had that feeling of being alone out in the war out in because there's so much this movie that is maybe not even relatable to some modern kids because they're just going out of the house and no one's like even checking yeah like sort of running around like there's the win may tells her dad like <hes> dweller grown up and he's like yeah and she's like all right. I'm going to do errands. He's like oh whatever ever like dad who is a classic miyazaki man where he's just like kind of a dope. He's got glasses sweet. Though very sweet documentary usually sweep they usually kinda dopey yeah yeah but just you'll see kiki griffin. Have you seen it yet. No okay. I'm going tonight how they're just so much that resonates in so much that feels emotionally true and little moments that you're like yeah. I remember that feeling. I don't know i think it's really really really special movie. Take moving inside out like there's a big tear jerking moment when the imaginary friend you know sacrificing himself or whatever and that's great but it's so on the no and it's forcing that out of you were this it has moments that are expressing the same thoughts without having to have this big perilous respiratory e._s._p._n. Do anything yes. I love the site out but it's a very literal movie. Yes about very abstract thing. Which just the pixar experienced. Let's take an abstract thing and sort of make it assistant right which i like like. I mean that appeals to me in a certain way. I i love wally. I think it's i think it's way up there. I think it's the top non bradberry pixar movie for me while he sean. I love wally shawn. What if wally did a master builder us a mess with older sean. I'd dinner with wally my dinner with wally my dinner. We all right so you love. Wow i was gonna say is. I know a lot of people think like well. Then it drops way off. I agree with you. I think the first forty minutes of wally are for me as good as any movie that's happened to and then the the remainder of it i think is incredible and only fails to live up to the i forty. I would agree with that too. I think there are major gets a bit of a bad rap i do too. I think it's but it's certainly not it. Is you know certainly the the first half of that movies. I have heard andrew stanton say that their goal was to keep it non verbal and that once they got to the spaceship chip that humans had devolved so much they didn't have language anymore and they spoke to each other just in grunts and i wish they had been able to pull off that they have that feels like the fact that wally and eve can't talk to each other makes it have that miyazaki esque quality and so much like the history of it is just sort of sold through like like the background of being able to understand like the history through like the amount of wear and aging things if they had gotten up there and no one was fucking talking. I would think it was the greatest movie ever made now. Here's here's a guy who's cute though mo either all of them are cute knowing that she's a real david i leave. You've buzzing around. She is her face out round number. One crush type is bossy round face. Okay don't ever tell any of your crushes yeah yeah. Definitely i won't point. We'll mentioned it earlier. A metric round rampant traffic a metric that i think separates incredible filmmaking true beautiful filmmaking from stuff. That's fine is when the story is told just images right so the entire movie of totoro started the inspiration for it was a drawing miyazaki drew which was totoro in the girl at the time was one girl but the umbrella at the bus stop has the image of the burned in my head from a movie. I've watched twenty five right. It's the poster image misery feel like or at least up yesterday image and it is such an indelible image but i think you could also cut out all of the dialogue scenes in this in just have it be the yes. Ask the scenes and you think it's all perfect because i'm just saying he true-to-life..

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"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Actually want me to and <hes> i don't know david if you've had this experience or ben if you've had this experience the experiences <hes> but i saw godzilla king of monsters forty x fuck that i'm not doing that. Many believe it's done confusing. I have yet to see i've seen tours okay to do a press screening and they god if they did a forty x press my favorite that would be an interesting move to be like water. You wanna get wet or have you done forty. X oh yeah yeah i saw batman v soups. We saw spider verse in forty x together. Did you like the and one more yeah. I can't remember what it was okay and so you guys saw godzilla king of the month so i would like to explain my experience griffin and i wanted to get together as friends as friends. Do we said let's go see a movie and griffin said. Would you like to see good seal monsters and actually knowing that j._d. And i have the diverse tastes and sometimes have interest in a movie that no one else is interested in for one or two reason sure. We usually try to find a movie. That's like no one else is going to this. Let's each other us us randomly gigs. Let's go see happy time murders because we feel the obligation exactly and so i was like yeah guts like monsters. The i got those actually sort of funds screen movie and griffin's like great. Here's time here's the thing and he's like also you should know. I got us forty x i i said are you okay with forty x. It's playing forty x and my recommendation is we do for you and here's my dead run past you but here's my thought is. I thought that he was talking about r._p._x. Shirt which is is just when it's like regal premium experience surfer slightly better yeah. You have a better project bigger seat okay. This is not the case. Now we walk into the theater. They've never been in one of these relics theaters. I would've been there are three seats. I can't believe we're not some lying. I'd ford attached so happy. We're not seeing line so attached to one another hydraulics yes right now. I know you have to put a seatbelt on fucking better. You've got a control panel on your on on your thing that lets you know. Do you want the smells. Do you want to ask if you want the whole thing so i sit down griffin. What was what was the experience of how how would you how would you describe me in this situation. You were very worried. I mean like i remember when we went to see billy lynn together. You were like what is this going to feel like and i don't know we don't know and then the second it started you turn to me and you were like. I don't know if i'm going to be able to handle this. Yes and you had that same sort order trepidation. You're like how much is going to be a thing. It felt like sort of like i was your parent and we're about to go on your first thrill ride or something and you're getting buckled. Okay and i'm like i've done this a lot. It's not going to be that extreme moves around but it's not like relentless. Here's me off the edge right okay and then talking. I'm just i'm sorry keep talking the first thing they do when the lights come down. I've seen a lot of forty x this new. They now have a little pre show thing regal ri- but it's showing showing someone who feels like the forty x. is so thoroughly placing them in the movie that they are in a cars zooming down the highway in the middle of an action to shirts. That's and so immediately. Forty x is doing everything right there like it's it's t._h._x..

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"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Movie. Is this weird like body swap thing right and there's a scene where the the girl is in the body of the boy for the first time and she's trying to like play along with her friends so she doesn't know what the fuck is going on by. She's in this boy's body and they're asking asking her like what she's going to have for lunch and her answer is as subtitled in brackets says female version asian of fish and then the guys go and then she goes on. I mean brackets says male version of fish right and the audience exploded. I loved that whoever was subtitling was like look. There's no way to translate this. I'm just gonna explain to you what is happening right because there's no way i can put it into your language. That will work. There's no equivalent thing but i was like so appreciate that i saw that with an audience and heard the reaction okay yeah got that land sears some perfect joke right that cannot work in any other language and and i understand that and respect that i don't want them to be like <hes> all have the policy. I mean the penis. <hes> that is really good is missing that in toto okay. Can we get back to protests my question ben. How did you like watching toddler this. Your first time yeah. I cried tried really hard. Couso oguz on was the art director of this film me as ocoee credits him with the luxury so <hes> <hes> specially in the environment <hes> the you know the artwork of the movie essential is his artwork that allow such thorough expression of the flavor of the world. What is he puts it. I it's so beautiful and here's the other thing too. It'd be one thing to do a film that is just about all of these feelings of being a child l. What it's like to have these childhood experiences move and being down trees side and gal that but what i love is that miyazaki on planes such analysis on sounds like there's a secret. You're not telling us. Let me already the bit that way. What we oh you bet for us. All i keep doing laps the whole let's go. David sorta checked out mentally. I'm jay. He's like a soldier avid coming back from war breath. No let's let sim spanish. Sorry dave no no you were talking. I was i was interrupted by grand to take us back to a bit we just literally just did and we did it more than we needed to very. Loud and long really extended the whip which bettering now all right. It's it's like cotton fell. He can't escape the feedback loop can keep killing ourselves retry. This moment we're kelsey. Grammar are in that star trek episode. That's tat's didn't go groundhog day not russian doll the modern no doubt the bozeman in the correct but b. as ocoee takes all of his amazing ability in fantasy and imagination and harnesses it to highlight and enhance those childhood feelings and he does it in a way where it is not okay now. We're in this magical world nor is it okay. This stuff is all a dream. It sits in the same middle ground that is the feeling of childhood where to these characters these things appear to be true and they are emotionally true as a viewer you understand that it may not be literally true but also it doesn't matter to because all about the feelings of these experiences and these characters and these these sort of mythologies existed just explain how these feelings feel and i think in doing that there's so many times i watch it where i just get taken back to being a child and i'm like oh my god. I remember you know holding my mom's hand in this one moment where i was nervous or you know there's moments that just feel so there's a moment in it where the oldest at school and may shows up with granny and it's it's like oh she's been crying all day and may won't say anything she's just she's just trying wreck and then finally when she sees her sister she buries her head in her such a good thing and it's like i remember are those moments of i remember when i moved to a new school.

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"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"That's film set in japan. Yes so like that. That's there's no fantasy. There was a little bit like mostly just a film set in place so they didn't article article that i think posted on vulture that was an interview with gary reid stream who is handling the dub sure and the whole point of articles talk about how careful and good he wasn't doing this thing but they're examples gay rights from who's like a legend famous famous many oscars yes but the example of wally holly that's right but examples actually only only ali chairman yeah. I was gonna say how long you're seven oscars. He's got that is the picture that feels the most miyazaki to me and its own weird way. Look it's not literally trying to go after it but did they think the same yes is berry yeah <hes> so i wanna i wanna read a quote from this article because the the articles lowering it but it it sort of rub me the wrong way <hes> so this is about the wind rises who says oh some moments easier massage and others in one scene hero in his engineer a coworker honjo discussed the lag of japanese industrial they relate their frustration to achilles in the hair a paradox parable that jones and ride from able to rewire to mention of tortoise and the hare while keeping the thematic resonance intact those are two totally different right fables. They both have hairs in them but they're totally the different fables that mean totally different things okay i agree with you and i think times are bad and i think one of the <hes> here's another one later later in life the the to connect and fall for each other. The duo wrestled with one of miyazaki's original lies. I've loved you since the day you rescued. My hat. Jones found the line ambiguous had year love mcconnell before for that many years is he projecting feelings. We talked it over while culture. It might be romantic for japanese audience. I thought an american audience it might be a little creepy but i understand the heart behind signed. It was a matter of alternate line slightly. <hes> so jones only chains line to i'm in love with you. Nothing is going to stop me what i never watched the colossally different line yup yeah and there's another one where it's like changed line too yeah. I'll have scrambled eggs in white toast. Who are my wife and we've been married for twenty. Five fi- name is mr wind rises. There's a scene where heroes telling hokkaido's father that he wants to be with the daughter and the littoral japanese translation is please give us person to date. That's not really romantic so we keep reading this article about at a different movie. We have our fell we change it to i love her very much and i sincerely hope you'll approve okay. I think that one of the things that's important about films. Especially films that are distributed internationally is that you're bringing with it. The culture the references and the customs of that world and i think that's how you learn about other places hard of what's interesting about watching movies is seeing things you don't understand exactly and so when these things are changed to be more americanized or to ap- like i just think that takes away some of the magic of watching a film from someone that's part of a different culture i told the story i think before on the podcast but i went to see your name in theaters great movie which didn't get a very wide release not at all yeah but america in america in america right everywhere else in the world it was mugging block usually successful and <hes> so i went to see it and it was a theater that felt like a ninety two percent japanese speed. Oh you told the survey and they like there was a reference and the movie..

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"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"I don't think so no. I don't see what the point why am i hearing distant vote for so this is a long long about totoro to who <hes> somebody and the guy brings up one of my favorite scenes the movie which is the early scene where they're running around the empty house. Yes man the sequence right and here's what he says. We've all had that kind of experience. I like that scene. It's not an important one but we would run around the house opening the adore and being like that's the toilet. It's not there like it's really the child's world when your kids do that in front of you. It's noisy but i so i didn't have to use any directors rectors tricks in the film i made i made it wondering if i really was all right to use a few tricks because it was so easy to direct that wow like he he's like yeah just like you know tapping right into my actual life as a child and as a parent and you just love a kid running around a big empty house and the oldest is running through and then maye whatever she says she may says whatever words she heard which is like shower yes right car and it just like it just i is that childhood feeling feeling also when you move in to a new place and it's empty that it's so pick like you know what i mean like. I've never moved in a house before. Is that a line in the race. He's still in the berry. Jeans house never moved in to get bene- house a stash house to talk about to set up a bit house staff i wasn't can i set up a bit but as a genuine line of inquiry you wouldn't have had that experience either because you grew up in the air and you stay there your entire in apartments right so you've never had experience of a house. I guess i'm the only one that's really moved so in nineteen ninety five and moved to england way what wait what to arlington square ernest wilson and was. We were there for two years renting. That doesn't sound like a plays eighty has thrown up in the corner. This turn this lincoln david and then in ninety seven. We were like oh. I guess we're staying in england line. That was my reaction at the time talk because i've been told me we're gonna leave soon. So we moved to wait. We actually bought a house. We moved to camden retain and i lived in we lived in cameroon for the next eleven. Years is is lincoln. You know accepting people there. It's pretty it's pretty hot. Neighborhood just stayed in camden in camden in so candid now as you like. There's no one and then you just stay there. You gotta wait. There's there's a there's a city called camden new jersey yesterday and there's also a camden elsewhere in london but the one that neighborhood was commissioned you move move into was the one in new jersey new jersey the one across the war for the one we were saying you moved into the borough of camden london disapora eighty minute movie. She's craze cow just to bring it back. I wanna point out. The art director of this film is named is lincoln. What happened at this voiced. That doesn't exist anymore so i wanna talk about. The subject is dubs situationally because that's an often talked about things i tend to believe obviously the arguments are when you have dubs you to pay attention to the frame your actively when you have sub sometimes it's a more literal translation so it's you know accurate to the spirit the film but you're is drawn to bottom. I think it's truly whatever you are in the mood to watch whatever suits you in that moment sure but i i <hes> had some issues sometimes with how things are translated which is an impossible task and <hes> there's an article that i remember years ago talking about with when when the wind rises came out <hes> that always rubbed me the wrong way a little bit and sort of summed up what i think the danger of wind rises is the absolute worst one to see a double in my opinion..

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"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"It's like a movie a sci fi film co. Transmit commit morton right. It's one of those movies where it's kinda like. They're in a greenhouse because it's the future whether they tried their best with the sets. I also feel like his name sounds like something from one of the late like frosty the snowman spin offs. I like mr heat miser. He just sounds like the stuffy english director. Ooh michael wits about him. He's like i made a film. That's just unseemly related sex and concerts. That's a movie oh <hes> right so he's not like the stuffy est all right fine. What else but i mean okay. We can go into the store. We can talk abroad. I feel like we can maybe spice some of these in okay you wanna to sort of feel like we can backfire right. We're here to audience has something to look forward my neighbour totoro. It's a pretty plot light movie about a big old creature who lives in the woods and a couple of girls who meet him okay true. It's true it's also not true. I i know what i feel like is what's okay so ah i truly believe that this is animation at its absolute finest of the medium of storytelling you lay down your marker but now build on. They give you some steaks on this episode so mad. I did that deliberately i wanted. I wanted to make a bet. Can i give you some also. David always gets frustrated because the way that i talk sometimes i will like you. You sorta like you're. You're kind of like so to remind you. All the best animated movie of all time is my neighbour totoro de. I wonder if some narrative stakes for this episode. This episode seems light. You're right. Let's put something else in saw this movie when i was like six or whatever ever oh you were so you were a little kid..

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"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"What are your number three movies of all time once again not favor but like if i was ranking like ultimate cinema emma yeah but it's all it's all combined and intermeshed. I my my number one. It's playtime my dog day for threes totoro yeah okay. I've said my top three. I don't have a ranking could attempt drinking off the top the rankings on my second attempt to ring my favorite movies of all time thing so my my top three films this year we go see i know that david stretching he's doing that go. <hes> pitchers by my top three are toy story two bruce brewster mccloud and robocop okay so i would say robocop and i if i were making the ultimate cinema list. I think robocop also take my number three slot. Wow i think i probably if i'm going ultimate cinema nationals my number one like nashville like gun in my head. I think this is the best move he's thinking about norman for my number three that it is my luck if you ask me to say what i think is the ultimate statement in the medium. I think it's nashville. I think robocop would be number. Three on both lists wow trying to think what my number two would be because i've tried to assemble what my sight and sound would list would be right and much like you. It's like the difference between the two is me swapping out personal favorites from certain directors yeah yeah for what i think is empirically their best yeah like on my on my personal list. I got labyrinth. We got an earnest movie night. I got a lot of stuff on there that i. I'm not gonna sit here and try to defend tucson sounds more like b. O. scott hey you got it in that you would laugh. I'm sorry there's a joke that was made before the podcast five minutes ago. We kind of went like no. We gave it a real long time. I'm sorry we weren't on the ball. I'm just thinking about the south request. I'm totally totally fucked up. Three is great. This movie podcast is this not do not love movies in this room. I love movies j._d. Amount i love movies. Thank it himself. My i've heard you say mckay mrs millers number up there. It's up there. I i have a letterbox list. Okay what's <hes> that's like the editor of its public but <hes> that eighties top <hes> <hes> but it's sort of a loose list but it was i will say number one you think a loose loose but but now i'm sort of less xinxing. I'm looking through what i've got on here. Spirited away on this this is there's foam list yeah. <hes> and i'm like oh yeah some of these things. I've grown to love. Maybe even more some of these things <hes> you know. Maybe i've sort of forgotten a little bit. You're edward. Yang's ye on that list so let's let's just make that comes my three twitter as your bed you the three. I mean what comes to mind when i saw answer the void who was like a really big like whoa in a moment for me so i i. I don't know that would be probably three okay into the void. I love it. You don't even know what one and two are fine yeah yeah. That's a cinemax interest that sticks out. We're really doing ringing a only vulgar or tour bracket next year gus bar no. It's got to be yeah. I mean ben might really have a lot of influence. My call ben brik right. It can be gaspar. No way michael winterbottom harmony korans god michael winterbottom would be the death of this podcast because we'd be like twenty five on watchable movie yeah this week imaginable enter imagine a world where you take away here is the world is shit will die pressing sandy a podcast this. That's a good movie. He's made like eight good movies. He's also just made like six yeah yeah. What what is blank check be like the claim like he did like a trip has franchise the trip. He's got two big french movies like the claim where you're like who gave him money for this. Yeah where where he liked made like a frontier version of thomas hardy's the mayor of castro bridge. I'll starring like wes bentley. It's like a movie a sci fi film co. Transmit commit morton right. It's one of those movies where it's kinda like. They're in a greenhouse because it's the future.

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"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"This is genuine. I know i've been some i mean it is a weird j._d. Bit but it's also genuine well here. It's my one of of all time. I'm glad you love it. I love it too. It's very good. Then seemed really stressed out and i saw him yesterday. That's always a good sign stressed out by the episode yeah oh man he was basically like i wanna cut this this business referring to like four sections of the podcast and we were like oh sure cut some of that not all of it yeah i just i love you j._d. You're doing fine fine. Thank you david fan j._d. Yeah i think they're not gonna love me after this. I can be mad that i didn't do service told her. I'll don't politics who cares. You're donating your time to us. This is the whole thing people get mad at the guess sometimes and i'm like you understand like they're putting themselves out there giving us their time. They're watching a damn a._m. Movie sometimes more than one movie and like come into the studio in putting up with our nonsense like it's it's a service. We thank you for your service. One sorry david. I'm sorry that i've done this to your told her episode jesus christ you gotta relax. You're doing great. We're all doing okay well. We just gotta cling onto the people we love. You know it's a tough time in the world. Hey great. I love you. David love you too buddy all right. I'll talk to you. Thank you. Thank you thank you for the call of course wacko <hes> that was that was me explain. Now is going to be a cup of me explaining my fair jackie chan movie now. We're back from j._d.'s jackie chan movies. Should i get that criterion. I think so. I wanna pep all right. We gotta make note. I got record in these jackets. You you know we talked a lot about recently. Go ahead. The live action know c._g._i. No makeup donkey kong film. We want starring russell crowe. Hey how's it no makeup as elephant man. It's elephant riper style. Wait so this is russell crowe russell crowe will he will. We'll just be donkey. He gets them the tie he can have a banana. He can have a barrel. He can ride a swordfish which is something he does often in the video game trying to think of other donkey kong things pound the ground. I hey wait. Wait wait no lion king no cow no jim henson in creature shop but also the gross not doing this movie style where they put makeup on. Maybe do that for a hundred years and we're like no no so here's russian you. Is this going to be fully naked crowd. We naked is going to be very red tie so it's like bailable for life is blocking his genital to the extent that you're sort of like can only about how it's blocking the opening us by me being attached to weiner owner tight around oh jesus and who's playing did he forgot..

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"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Five podcast but podcast pod podcast high in new it. What else am i gonna do. I don't know i yell and scream and run around the room. Yeah it was crazy. I've seen this movie once before. The only ones you have seen prior cracked. I saw it when fox released it on home video in a fake disney white clam shell yeah right with a not a good dump it was it was only dubs. There were no subs right not all dubs the japanese no bits phone case. Oh you're in trouble this episode davey sam's. There's gonna be some bit. There's going to be when j d amato's the bits come rolling in a blanket. Thank you don't touch me. I haven't puked months and before we even talk. We have to do a a health update. Okay oh is going to say. I know i know ben's not feeling great yeah. I'm okay. I'm fine okay. It's like some prescription bag. You're you're having a prescription transition right. You're a year like you know. You're from going from one port to another port in a storm so it's a little like yeah right right yeah. I'm getting antidepressants and it's not fun when you're in between pels. Yeah feel like your head is off. You're not going to h- teen nope no. I wouldn't do that to you thank you. I appreciate it david. How're you feeling well. When i was on vacation. I hurt my back. One point like lower back. How'd you heard it who knows in a bending to pick something up doing dial i. I think there's very heard it back. You know like classic things where i'm like bending to pick up a bag and then suddenly i'm like why am i in like insane amounts of pain. Yeah you know and like sit down and you're like why is it going away. I have no frame of reference for this. Is it better now told him <hes> yeah. If it persists i will go to an orthopedist or whatever have you ever gotten a good massage. Yes not in a while. I'd love to get one like a good massage like ed benz doing the devil horns devil horns awards okay i just i just got a good massage and i had not <hes> <hes> gotten massaging ten years okay because i was like feels like i i don't know so too fancy and also i don't want anyone touching those i'm fine with the touching but it was both things combined but extravagant man. This is really really a a pleasant thing. I've my i think you gotta go for the whatever the eighty minute ninety minute the true like experience cold stones and hot stones. I don't know if i got a cold stone. Creamery massage put mix ins into an ice cream on my back like bushing cookie dough vertebrae and if you tip them they sing a song yeah about your birthday birthday. I've never ever been to cold stone creamery really nice cream. Why not an ice cream guy so it's never like i'll get ice cream but like i don't seek it out so abbott sure you've heard randy this love it davidge eighty like ben. You've heard randi's bit about colin. Kramer human call randy the stand up that everyone loves offs. Oh you mean like from funny randy. You're talking about joke theft all the time. He's sorry has that exact same bit. Sorry has that exact same personality. It's weird. It's almost like nobody was a parody. It was it was a parody of a type of a comedian. I think it's a funny thing that is he's had these jokes. At the time he was a low energy comedian then he did randy which was a parody of an energy comedian dinka but he used his own material and i and we'll have to randy and he was like what if i deliver all night materials since my thing oh i'm so famous but ultimately he used his own jokes to play a comedian who shitty but don't we all sunshine sentence. Take a parody of ourselves. It's truly what we hope to be yeah. Oh you you mean like sort of an aspirational. Its way to test the waters for version of yourself that you don't have to the boldness to achieve the moment. I found vehicle for that. It's called blank. Check with griffin.

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Southeast Asia, Malaria And Roberto Amato discussed on BBC Newshour

BBC Newshour

01:21 min | 1 year ago

Southeast Asia, Malaria And Roberto Amato discussed on BBC Newshour

"Though a new study has found that malaria parasites which are resistant to the two most commonly used anti malarial drugs are spreading rapidly through Southeast Asia more than two hundred million people are infected with malaria every year although the numbers have been coming down doctor Roberto Amato is a scientist for the welcome Sonya institute which carried out the research the specifics three in a month to the regular seasons our site we identified is three seasons to would be first line treatment want to collect amazing in the other one could be better this is the most commonly use combination in Southeast Asia and there isn't it out watch this happening yeah he's a very good question one reason is because he's because we're using that there are so Donna size almost as they'd main job is to meet a premade D. you morning and cease and the most convenient sees them so mediation are they normal job to some extent when you use a dry and eventually they'll find a way around that and this is something that people who are developing drugs are constantly having to take into account presumably that is correct he's one of the reason for example why the international community's looking and using three commission data we need to be aware that our site is constantly evolving and we need to monitor these evolution which is why genomics surveillance is so important it gives us a direct way to measure

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This Super Bowl is the first with legal gambling in seven states not named 'Nevada'

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

This Super Bowl is the first with legal gambling in seven states not named 'Nevada'

"Queens Super Bowl. Fifty three is the most wagered sporting event ever this is because it's also the first NFL title game in which gamblers could place legal sports bets outside of Las Vegas. Nicholas. Amato Chinda the casino section of the jersey law firm Genova burns on why the Garden State will beat Vegas in money gamble to my opinion. It's just a question of when they're going to surpass Vegas. Connecticut market. You have the Philadelphia market, the New Jersey market in New York market, all drawing. I don't think you're gonna find a bigger group sports enthusiast, and you are New Jersey one insider believes the jersey will generate twice as much betting revenue

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20 dead as bombs target Sunday Mass in Philippine cathedral

Guaranteeing Your Retirement with David Graham

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

20 dead as bombs target Sunday Mass in Philippine cathedral

"NewsRadio WFL, a it's nine. Oh, two. News service of David Graham, the retirement guy, the government shutdown has ended, but the paychecks have not come yet for federal workers went more than a month without income so places like Tampa international airport continued to help their federal employees for the past couple of weeks federal employees who work at Tampa international airport have stopped by a temporary assistance center. We are seeing up steady stream of workers that are coming in and asking for bus pass it asking for help whatever utility or their electric bills and needing food and toiletries papers and things like that and the airports Emily nips says that center will remain open this week through Friday, even with an end to the government shutdown because it takes a while for those employees to get paid and get back on their feet. Nips says some passengers have expressed concerns about security during the shutdown, but she says Tampa international always continue to operate as normal during the past month. Sharon, Parker, NewsRadio WFL a tab. Police report eleven arrest including five felonies during yesterday's Gasparilla parade activities to arrest came for felony criminal mischief after two guys stood atop Tampa, police vehicle and damaged it. Overall, though police chief Brian Dugan called the crowd. Well behaved the winter conference of mayors happened this week in Washington, Saint Petersburg's mayor recruitment says this year's event took on more significance because he says cities don't get help from higher up the real innovation leadership that's happening in our country isn't happening at the top levels, not happening in Washington oftentimes isn't happening in our state capitals. It's happening in our city halls all around this country and cities are the ones that are leading this year the conference focused on how to help the people of their cities to get through the government shutdown and back on track. Now that the shutdown has ended. They don't call them the killer yet, but deputies in Seminole county have a man in custody. They call a person of interest in Friday's triple homicide chew Liotta north of Orlando. They found twenty nine year old grant Amato at a motel and orange. County yesterday. They

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Feds bust man for alleged plot to detonate bomb in D.C. on Election Day

24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Feds bust man for alleged plot to detonate bomb in D.C. on Election Day

"A Rockland county man, accused of building a huge bomb at his home in Japan man, accused of making their two hundred pound bomb is fifty six year old Paul Rosenfeld federal court paper say he planned to detonate that bomb end himself right on election day on the National Mall to draw attention to a political theory known as sort Titian. It advocates the random selection of government officials Rosenfield lives on a quiet street into pan. And the details gave local residents like Eddie Amato and emotional jolt. God. It's absolutely surprising. I mean, what can you say to that? That's awful Rosenfield allegedly told investigators he ordered the large quantities of black powder. Right. Over the

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Galveston County, Facebook and Katie London discussed on Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

02:34 min | 2 years ago

Galveston County, Facebook and Katie London discussed on Sean Hannity

"It Breaking news twenty four seven from. The gallery furniture made in. America studios this is NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h. Houston's news weather traffic and iheartradio station the flash flood warning, for central Galveston county is cancelled Amato Morton it's two thirty, on NewsRadio seven forty KTAR, h what traffic and weather. Together here's Katie London, got, a couple of accidents I ten Katy freeway outbound, approaching a, shepherd two right lanes in the shoulder are blocked there's, also one on the, south west freeway moving outbound gassner, two left lanes taken up there and you're gonna find some high water affecting the forty five north freeway. Northbound drive it's in the two center lanes right at Tidwell so us as some extreme. Caution three they're getting London, in the Gulf Coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center we'll hope to get some rainfall today because looks like rain chances kind. Of disappear, for the next several, days right. On through Friday ride spread thundershowers around early this evening moving south and southeast are Low tonight seventy. Three and then we dry. Out for tomorrow sunshine high of ninety four, degrees Thursday sunshine ninety five Friday sunshine ninety. Five I'm Scott Lawrimore at the Weather Channel. It's seventy five, at the KTAR h Westside northside Lexus weather center it's two thirty one our top story the national weather service says. Heavy rain has ended and flooding, is no longer. Expected to pose a threat for. Galveston, county the first confirm report of human West Nile virus. In Galveston county this year. Is now considered negative it's according to the state health department further testing at the state lab shows a specimen, is actually negative for West Nile virus and Saint Louis encephalitis, virus both mosquito borne viruses Facebook is deleting more fake accounts ahead of. The midterm elections company officials, told congress it had to remove thirty two pages and accounts from Facebook and Instagram. That appear to have been engaged in efforts to influence. Two, thousand eighteen election's Facebook says it's. Just beginning to investigate and it's unclear if Russia was involved, a massive, wildfire raging. Near Redding California has already these seventh. Most destructive in the state's history since, it, started just over a week ago. The car fire has burned an area. Larger than Denver and destroyed more than eleven hundred buildings including more. Than eight hundred homes. It's also claimed. Six lives including two people, fighting the blaze taking a look at the market Dow is up one hundred twenty three points. SMP up fourteen points NASDAQ up forty seven points oil down a..

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"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"amato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Look but they option the book you know they make artificial title get some valley right exactly that's good title to retail i mean buchaan an outpost nine is good twoboat by current outpost nine would have almost for sure bid like a director it sounds like an edward movie yes restarted troopers hake are going to watch it they get a bigbudget crazy budget hundred and five million dollars dd earth thing include the famous which i've reference before like vet visual effects real the documentary visual effects real there's a famous story about like they got the funding from is the studio disney wasn't too much stone so lumbia ecas tristars while right yeah i'm guizemanes can sound like a joke or now i'm suddenly feeling incredibly six i'm going around the bathroom for a second okay i think it's the jd amato on how sick we we talk a nauseous i feel like i might you okay give me glances he with jd and i are going to go talk of drought will i want to stop the recording knows keep talking and okay i i take p breaks all the time now i've like pure l my hands okc retouching as i gave their highfive now it's true i haven't touched him over us lead i just read oh i guess so well not worried about those kinds of vectors anyway here i've told griffin this a million times in the way you've jd look very alarmed as dealer i'd griffin get so six suddenly gonna have to say to your fault okay that there was a visual effects real which i believe they used in the movie or at least they adapt in the movie of the bug killing the cap oh interesting you know like the cow walk cited juryo you the bright lab right and then the weird bug thing this is the one that sort of the walking mantis thing rifts the cow apart right and impoverished ovan walks out on screen and goes please let me make this movie edris they act like the sort of visually impressive uh.

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