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"bao" Discussed on DJ Force X in Conversation

DJ Force X in Conversation

04:37 min | 4 months ago

"bao" Discussed on DJ Force X in Conversation

"But i wanna find out as your top three most pivotal albums. Say i'm not talking about top three albums like you know most people. It's never mind black album and revolver bao's wherever why you're three months so the one that made you wanna inspired you to say to sing It's pick up mark. I want to be a musician You know that that's the best known to be the one that was the one you know it would be linking kindness day. Nice coke under said Eight was Ever had the maybe take maybe take of music ghetto. I mean always moving Anything school heidi stay Us that was the start majority. I'm gonna be on. I've said this before my shy before but with the album when it came out i was very much in the camp of like i was too cool for school. I was bitten dick when it came. It was like it was. It was so so i'd say death-row rattle of of new metal Because it yeah. We had thought lincoln lincoln park coming through like before that we had like the you know the hitters the corn desktop that sort of trilogy along with the other bands coming through at that point But then came this waiver. Like newel bans. i And they weren't for me at the time. They went for me so lincoln park should have spikes me time. Not so much Papa rights another one disturbed Though sort of like that binds it was like the end of new metal it became too commercial. are since obviously chain watching completely not because cause chest pasta why It was like being a club. Dj like rock clubs and stuff like that. You hear these songs if you lock them on and you saw you saw realize when you sit dynasty songs like e bikes a lot of people wanna dance. It was the gateway banned for people of yourself. Yeah levine mentioned seventy times on this podcast bang that gateway into rock music. I just having that those those parliaments which i've never shied away from because i love sort of eighteen of music and stuff like that and i've always liked when of written music. I've always had that pop sensibility with their structure the petition so i'm not a camp was just so yeah just i. I'm not. I'm not scared to admit it now. It's all the i back. Then i didn't. I was just being a dick jazz band. And they were fighting my corner and they work with like execution kind of stuff and pull the people that you love and he still were. Thick saw them live as well as support bands for really the likes of play. The london docklands arena which is like a just basically. It was like. That's lincoln. paul. Can i wanna say the stabbed. I think rome that bill. I noticed when they're like tiny tiny new bank just coming through. I just released white pioneer. I think it was around that time. That's crazy that's crazy. And i saw this story while in london so i i saw the sign many times and i was just being like anyway upset on the But yeah that's a fantastic shout hybrid theory any any others. You could think of like not side. I'd say five star in. What got of their olive. The fish while by grunge unification that's it yep absolutely mad on Luger's voice. yeah yeah emma. Let's go yeah..

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"bao" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

05:18 min | 4 months ago

"bao" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"To the elephant in the room. Tang a sitting there with a national title. Because your mitchell left auger and with the bao's now somebody got talk to me and i it was mouthfuls week on the job in stacey and hold on not literal. Macy's teak chagas. How much. I knew gerbil started at alabama and then left so but yet everyone of those dudes had the city year before they could play eight. It wasn't come over here and play day sitting here and that city year may huge difference. Okay and so. I mean today. It's a whole different story now. Jokers wanna come transfer because they saw what happened to somebody else and and and way we don't have to jack people calling us okay and it's like audience portal like it's just this is what it is and but nobody wants to sit that year and nobody wants to put in the time that you gotta put in in order to be able to to perform at the level that some of these kids perform it and so i mean it's so people don't realize tang literally you've got a you coaches you've got calling you not even in the portal right now saying hey if we go on the portal. Are you interested. I got three. I got three of those calls today. Crazy crazy. I think it all goes back to your relationships which you guys i mean you know you gotta have strong relationships which guys to make sure Do the tough times that you know they trust what you're saying.

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"bao" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

04:18 min | 5 months ago

"bao" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"Some days you know you just me just make you just wanna make it another day and get through. It's a it's a funny thing. I think when love is loaded word. And i think you know passionate and all those things are are great but again like are you willing to kind of go through the drudgery Again to those points and exciting points that to me is a little bit more where the work is in the grid is because you know pitching for investors or raising money. That was painful. You know i'll tell you that that's the most painful part of making the film and and convincing people that you have something that you're doing something that's that they want it. They should be a part of an and support and creating onset. You know tons of stuff is lying. You know everything's hitting the fan and you know everything that can go wrong is going wrong and you know you're kind of like you know in the middle you know a battle really and that's but that's the stress that we all realize why we're crazy like that we're built a little bit differently than normal folk so we kinda like we love that type of Chaos and love after all that. I think what we what i would say for me. It's i love that. Our work could mean something to other people. And i think that's kinda wet where that pay off is and you also ought to love that process and be satisfied in that because it's also know who knows. I mean. this movie could attacked or people wouldn't have liked it or like you're saying maybe the movie could have been ahead of its time and no one would've liked it in a moment. You just don't know this thing so at the end of that you have to really embrace and and really want to be part of the process every step of the way and if that's not worth than you know i think you're going to be in a world of hurt you know if you're gonna depend on how honest reacts and all those things for your happiness so people want to track you and track this film. What's your social media. Presence these ways to go to the paper tigers movie the paper tires movie dot com has. All handles has our screening schedule. If you kinda see us we're going out to all the cities still Next week we're going to we're headed to orlando to dc and many many more to come so if you wanna come see the movie in the theater which i highly recommend as really way to see it with a crowd on the big screen with big sound and if if that's not an option then there's definitely streaming so we have all the links Like we said for that and our social media so you can follow her social media to get all the latest news. Well i'm once again so delighted that we got to revisit this conversation. Bow back when what was happening wasn't happening or hoping would happen when we first talked to where the film today where you are today so encouraging so positive so motivating all the best to you. Thank you for your craft. Thank you for your dedication to it. Telling great stories. Humanizing asian americans on the screen. I mean there's so many things also modeling diversification in front of behind the camera. You are definitely one of the people one of the artists right now that i think we need to watch because you're taking all the kind of current values interesting. So what would it look like if we we actually lived by there and you can actually still make a profit hopefully. Yeah gosh. Ninety films definitely Scratching inclined like. You said we're we're out there on a road show as well trying to get it out there but it is a challenge but hopefully we'll get there. Thank you and thank you for your support. All you're welcome. It's an honor to be able to play in the promotion of your film and again listeners. The best thing you can do is once you turn this off. Is it figure out how you can get to theater. Or if he can't do that how you can stream it because the barriers have been removed. You can watch this film. And i think you're going to really really be glad that you did again about a love. Stay in touch love to continue to kind of track your arc and be able to help promote the things that you will be making down the road. Thank you appreciate all the efforts. And the yeah. Hopefully everyone can tune in and see it and if you so love it please share it. Please tweet at us and and send us a message. And we'd love to your messages from all over and how people are reacting to the film so.

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"bao" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

07:10 min | 5 months ago

"bao" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"Or this and if you don't play the game the people who control the game will never bless you and i got my game which i just invented right now on the spot you get to play when you're twenty four and and you don't need the blessing of the elders. Now i said i i may be completely wrong and i'm gonna crash and burn but the alternative is i play by the rules that you've just laid out and i get to fifty five age and i realized that they're still not gonna listen and i've wasted the last thirty years. Why ran into that dude. Like twenty nine years later day. He's much older his eighties. He was having dim-sum at a roster arcadia. And i was eating with the person i go see that i like twenty nine years ago. He told me to cool. My jets and i was thirty years soon. So i'm gonna go say hi right so whenever i go i go. Hey dr so and so good to see you and he goes. So i've been watching you from afar and you didn't follow my advice at all but after handed to you because you've learned a lot okay and i said well that that was very humble of you and i said you know. I was very disrespectful back when we first met. 'cause i was full of piss and vinegar what did i know but i said and i've made lots of mistakes but i said you know what i've been able to learn from and build on those mistakes and now that i'm in your seat. I'm kind of the gatekeepers that the younger people are coming up at like. I'm trying to learn from our experience. And i'm trying not to have a failure of imagination. I had a young twenty guy. Come up to me as long like longer. Do this rap ministry. I'm like never thought of that. Tell me more. Like how can i open. Whatever doors that. I know you know the combinations to. I've been inspired by that encounter in my younger days of you don't have to just become this petrified control person that keeping your mind your heart fresh and open by seeing what's going on and i think that's what you portrayed in this movie it keeps you young too i it keeps you paid attention and i'm grateful for the challenges that come. Yeah absolutely i mean. I think that's one of the. That's the hardest thing to really do. He's but you know it's one of those key tenants in martial arts you know that's the type of beginner's mind to have this thing that you know you are emptying your cup it also everything is fresh in a new to you and it's really important i think for anyone. Who is striving. You're wanting to achieve something in an honing their craft and putting hours in the work and then but also to kind of like always be ready to kind of let it all go. I think that's really important as well as hard because yeah important and difficult. Yeah yeah yeah and so you know musher club in all this. They keep me young right there on my toes. I love their energy. And i love their enthusiasm. And they're they're just so pierre about martial arts and i like it and i i find it really refreshing because obviously with everything else martial arts movies you know everything has its ups and downs and once you know a lot of one thing you might start to get jaded and which which is of what the story. Is you know this whole movies. Essentially you know Them finding kind of like what is it that they that they kind of grew up on what was valuable to them that they might have overlooked the first time around and i think they came to a deeper appreciation of their late seafood app. Says you know in the beginning. They're like come on man like yeah with the fro ground right like You gotta think some new thoughts and there was some truth to that but at the same time. They weren't sitting long enough in the wisdom. He was trying to pass on to them. So it's a both end absolutely. Yeah it's an interesting journey because even when you go you know what's what's this whole you know. Every every moral is a cliche right. So you know. There's you have to do pass through the cliche into what you know. What the the what that fraser. that idea. That thought or that lesson is actually trying to say and like you say you do have to kind of live life a little. You do have to make some mistakes. You hit it off to get your your head knocked about you know every once in a while so that you can kind of really understand what it means you know. Know out you know. You can look at any hallmark greeting and find real deep true in it. You can sit by and walk by and think it's stupid and and whatever most of them might be stupid like they might be written rittner conveyed in a a really sappy way or but there's a kernel truth there and that's the reason why people kind of like can attach themselves to it. So don't you don't throw the baby out with the bathwater. Don't dismiss that you know. Now it's been what a ten year journey from the inception of the story to it. Now being viewable talk about the journey since the last time we talked where you're going to have the but they have the world premiere. And now i think it was just last week. I saw like one of the ten most watched things on netflix. Six your most of us don't live in that world and this is certainly been a extra challenging time with covert and the shutdown of theaters. And what have you so tell me a little bit about. Since the world premiere which i guessing was kind of a virtual thing lying. How did you actually end up on the streaming platforms and actually showing in theaters. Yeah so i mean that's a whole like honestly something where we had to really go through and learn because there is a traditional way in normal times and i guess we call it normal pre cova times where for an independent films such as ours you can hope and pray that you can premier at a really prestigious film festival or just up. The right film festival is going to get you the the great reception and audience for your film. And then you show the movie in the film and show the movie in the theater with a you know all these folks and the cinderella stories that you start a bidding war. You know he started you know. Everyone's buzzing about the film. Everyone's excited and they need all the sales and Buyers and all these companies you know swirl around your film jockeying To purchase and acquire the rights to distribute your film. And so you know. We know all the kind of incredible stories out of sundance at the year the year maybe the year bird that way before cove hit Last year like palm springs was really welcome feldman at sulphur lake. I think twenty six million which was like every year like it. Just the record shatters Because there's big big big splashy deals and all those things and yeah. So i mean that's kind of like that'd be kinda hitting the jackpot and that'd be the cinderella story cut to us in july in the middle of the height of the pandemic and we have a virtual world premiere. Which is the festival's at that time have all moved to a virtual platform instead of in person. And so now you don't have the benefit of everyone sitting in a room and laughing and enjoying the film together and that kind of hype experience where where..

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"bao" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

05:34 min | 5 months ago

"bao" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"All the pieces back together and i think that's a relationship with danny and his kid all this kind of the and that he doesn't wanna teach kung fu and and all that so that you know best that challenge that danny has about. Whether is it really important to him. A. m. b. is is something that he wants to pass on and that's the question you know the kind of central question that film whether all these things are things that he needs to do and basically step up to his responsibilities that he's had so all those things are tied up in the. I think there's also kind of a bit of reckoning to element because if you see in the beginning you know. They're pretty cocky right. They're going out no. They're going into doges with shoes on and challenging karate masters and just like using obviously their skills and their martial arts that they learn from their master. You know definitely in the wrong way. And so you know at least conversation with a with the at the actor playing hang ron. You know we were talking about later on. There's you know there's when they're older. They're not quite as successful in their endeavors. If you will and iran goes yeah. It's karma and so he kind of saw the ark of these characters of having to you basically pay their dues of who they were and their younger age. And you know it's gonna light things will catch up to them and debts must be paid in that sense. Yeah and i think that's really important thing because this also trying to understand what this all you know what this humility for them to kind of have to nafta eat some crow on the way for sure the way you made the hint character be very self conscious about his balding head. He's wearing this bad wig to pay. That seemed also now that i hear you unpack this a little bit more about that seemed to also to be a metaphor for just how that character was dealing with his life. It was kind of smoke and mirrors trying to write still trying to look like he's got it together when it's so obvious to everybody else he doesn't yeah he's at koch or you know he's the one who gets the band back together but he's the one that's you know has the front. You know a lot because you know that we were talking. Just prepping with ron. Just talking about you know. What can you imagine him. Probably just staring sitting in bed looking at the ceiling and just thinking about the bygone days like that has not at him for all these years he just thinks about how great things were before and he's going to hold onto his past in many different ways Like you're saying and that's kind of again for his character to be that. What is his character needs to be challenged with for him to grow. And you know exactly. I'm all those things are tied in. And and you know. I have to say everything's pretty intentional. In terms of how we kind of like set things designed things and so. That's great that you're picking up on it so Exactly i mean. That's that's the thing i think. Also when we realize the movie that we trying to make was very specific and we clear about the arts and again the model minority all those things packing and just kind of tell you story here that when we were trying to. I starting to go out to actors and try to find the rafters to play the parts. We had went out to some pretty well known actors and they didn't get it to be honest. The there's like well this person's not successful in life. They're not winning in life. You know and so. I don't understand and so they can understand the journey number one attorney that the characters is supposed to go through him and number two. What the whole idea of this story is. and so. it's it's not obvious until after you make it right so it's one of those things right. What's the name of the african american character. Jim jim okay. So he had a a definitely a different arc than the other two danny. 'cause he actually had them. It was like a mixed martial arts like dojo. It wasn't going to tell me about why you kinda gave him that particular story line and then you know to me. It was a little surprising when it came down to actually fighting in the swim in the empty sweeping for that even though he kind of kept up in a sense in a lotta ways he was inept and so that was interesting to me too. Yeah there's a lot to impact there. I think number one. You know if you talk about food family. There's a pecking order kind of a hierarchy. So you go. Danny he jim. Jim is essentially the littlest brother the youngest brother that has kind of. What will you know. Looks up to his brothers and he kind of worships ground they walk on. So that's kind of the growth that he's going to and and maybe. This is kind of little mush arts. Laura obviously with kung fu clans. It's very loyal they demand loyalty. And you're supposed to be very purist about the stuff that you do. You stick with one clan you stick with one master in all the things now. Jim is a modern man right. Jim is a man who will go out and study other martial arts so what you see him. Magazine is in coaching as as brazilian jujitsu. Which is you know you say. Maybe polar opposite of what grappling everything. Yeah and then also competition world this kind of like where things are a little bit more for money. You're competent you know trophies in money and tournament purses and all that stuff and so that's a different world from what seafood kind of train them up to because he's in this garage you know passing on certain knowledge. Just here's knowledge to you and now you have to pay it forward and be generous just as generous as i am with you. So that's kind of all those elements there and so for jim to kind of like come around and be basically the coach base second to danny and becoming a coach that's To kind of where we saw his journey is to learn of what he is to being. That part of passing on the knowledge. Who's he gonna pass on this knowledge to and how is he going to pass it on and like you say you know all these characters kind of find their own weight to it and by the end of the film. You know you'll start to see jim passing on this.

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"bao" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

06:45 min | 5 months ago

"bao" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"All of those kind of elements that i never have seen in a martial arts movie really humanized the character main all all three the protagonists but especially the danny character and i feel like that was a bigger contribution to the genre that you've done so tell me about what went into the filling out of that character for you. Yeah i think there's a couple of things. One of the things kind of i was thinking about is obviously a wanted to kind of characters coats on a journey with them. You know to me. I like the movie set. You can kind of see them for who they are warts and all and you go on a journey and hopefully they kind of come through the other side and they learn and they improve and they grow. And i think that's kind of what you know the whole idea. The journey i think is really important. I you know we you know the whole point of dramas that we kind of go through changes or see characters dough through stuff and come out for the better. So that's that's kinda like what i work as as far as the storyteller kinda think from and i think it's also really important that we also have you know speaking with asian americans especially portrayals of asian americans there's always this model minority thing and it cuts both ways number one. You know either from the maybe you could say the white gays or the white storytelling gays. It's a little bit more stereotypical emasculated. And they're not they're weak. They're ineffectual and then from the asian side. It's almost like a corrective on the other side. Like oh we have to make them like really perfect or no-fly no nothing or otherwise. We don't want to show them that we have issues but you know the reality is in between is that we do have issues just like anyone else and we go through things just like anyone else and we have to kind of work them through. I think that's really important. I think it's because it's more truthful. I think it's less about what it is You know an agenda or anything is just more truthful and so when we showed this movie ever one gentlemen came up to me and he said he's you know he just went to a recent divorce to in he was sitting there with the sun watching it and he felt seen maybe not in the most positive light but he felt scene because he was doing the things that danny was doing in the middle of movie turns over to the sun goes sorry little man just just like you know it's a thing it is a real thing it happens and say well you know we've maybe in the whites stories. Maybe that's a common story or trope but we've never seen in an asian american blended into all this other stuff. So i think that's a really important that we kind of like what we call normalize this type of thing but also give drama. I think it's at the end of the day. It's about drama. Well i remember when mrs doubtfire. I hit the theaters with robin williams. There was no podcast in those days. But i was listening to talk radio and someone who's divorced was saying he happened to be in the theater with a whole bunch of other obviously divorced fathers and they were weeping and is like yeah. You know we've seen a white people portrayed as divorced in other movies and stuff. But the where mrs doubtfire went and the pain right and the and the confusion and chaos. It was kind of unprecedented at the time. And i would think that man who who talked to you after seeing your movie with you know with his son kind of had a similar thing like maybe he didn't expect that connection at all when he first signed up to go. See your movie. But then once it was unfolding. It's like while there's a whole nother way for me to relate to this absolutely. I'm that's what stories are to me. You know. yes it's an action. You know you can kind of describe it as the action comedy drama or whatever but the dates journey and the journey that this particular character danny has gone through is a martial arts journey and that's the kind of look at it. It's like that's the trial by fire. Going gonna go through and you know you have many other stories that you know kind of different modes or you know what you could say is is kind of a different genre but you know this is this journey. That danny has taken. No and this is that challenge. That is the only type of challenge that can change him. So that's the kind of where we start. You know as as that. Now you briefly mentioned the hero's journey and that's a huge motif in throughout the world's literature and stuff and one of the things that i learned when i was studying to hero's journey is in real life. Don't go through just one. It's like it's a cycle. That's moving in linear direction. And so just because like in this case when they were younger your three protagonists. They went through the marshall arterials journey under the direction of their seafood. But their life has kept going longitude early and as were just saying about like the daddy character is now facing the next iteration of his hero's journey and like so what do i really believe. And i've gotta face my cowardice. The fact that i'm not. I'm not telling the truth to my own son right to cover my own ass right those sorts of things and i think that's another way of saying how refreshing the telling of your story was because it didn't say. Oh yeah it's just this one arc and then once you get to the other side and you're the hero it's like you never have to shoot. You never have to go back to the beginning and started all over again. Because why would you need to. Because you've achieved this status you you know the lightest come on for you but what. I saw what i got in. Your story was well. Yeah a little time. The lights tend to get dim. And you begin to even question in your own heart in your own mind. Does this even hold true anymore. How valid is this. Based on where i find myself today and you had me. And i'm sure you had many of the viewers just kind of wondering if danny in particular and the other two characters to a little bit lesser degree. If they were going to come to that place of going you know what what. The seafood tatas. It's still matters. But the way i apply it the way we apply it. It has to fit where we are today. I felt like they didn't magically become young again they didn't magically the second character with with the whig magically not have a bum leg and was able to vin conquer the evil. It's like no. They had to work within the confines of who they were where they were today but with the revisitation of the values does that resonate. Yeah absolutely. I think that's what we always kinda especially when you have these characters that you have two sections of the movie where you see them in their youth kind of in their prime and kind of weather set up for the fall if you will and then you see after the fall and never the twain shall meet but in some way you have kind of like kind of like you're saying kind of find your own way to build a put.

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"bao" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

05:59 min | 5 months ago

"bao" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"You're a regular listener you know. That ole gosh at the beginning of the year i lost a whole bunch of files because google cloud decided that me or one of the other clients. That was The bunched had violated their storage policies. And so one of the frustrating things was. I was locked out of some of my already recorded episodes and the one that i was not able to recover was with my guest now once again beltran. Who's the director and writer of the only movie that i have seen. Get one hundred percent on rotten tomatoes the paper tiger. So i want to welcome you. Back to the podcast. Hi can thanks for having me again. And i hope you learned your lesson about storage policies. It's it's incredible that you got away with for so long. Finally happy that johnny law has a caught up. All of my time spent on child porn and finally got me bus. You i mean to this day vow. It is complete mystery to me. Cause i'm storing raw files of my photography of wildlife and recordings from you. Know my podcast. I just don't get it so we move on with life don't we we do we do. That's what you get for creating. yeah that's right well. I actually am overjoyed that we get to have this conversation now because back when we did this. I was looking it up in my records. It was july twenty twenty and you had said and we had already rescheduled it and you had said hey. Can you wait to release this episode because the world premiere. We're still kind of working that out. And so you know fine and dandy and then released and have your file and now it's outside and it's so easy for people to watch it so i'm actually overjoyed that we get to talk about what's happened since our initial plan went awry so right off the bat for listeners. Who haven't heard about the paper tigers. What does this story all about. And where did it come from. Yeah the story of the tigers is a what we call. I guess a kung fu comedy drama drama It's about these. Three outta shape confer fighters who once grew up together a very close knit practicing martial arts under the watchful eye of their seafood. Their master But like it's in the way you know they grew up and they go their separate ways and They find out that their masters killed and they have to get back together and find out what happens but now they have kids they have jobs they have wives and now they might potentially get into issues with fighting know. These challenge matches so kind of the way we pitch it is Imagine having to fight a challenge match. But you have to go pick up your kid from soccer beforehand and yeah. It's just a fun movie that we are over. The moon incredibly surprised really as far as the reception that has gotten to to. Now you know you and i had spoke Before the world premiere so it was kind of a an interesting expectant moment for us because we didn't really know what was in store but You know could have happened any other way for us. in terms of Reception so we're just so happy that people can see it now. Widely available on everything really so There's no way that you you wouldn't be able to see it. So that's you know. I've seen a lot of movies and i think the subtle things that make the paper tags really stand out as very different one. It set in asian america. America's not in hong kong is not in china. Unless i missed it. I didn't see any wire work. I didn't see people get magically suspended flying through the air so everything okay all right but then it seemed more realistic and i think the biggest distinctive of your film. This story is these are normal human beings who were when they were young. We're really into martial arts really disciplines following the teachings of their seafood but then life happened to them. They're middle aged. They've lost track of that early period in their life even though they have memories of it even though there early name is still kind of out there on the streets but we never see that anna martial arts movie even as we see gently or jackie chan. We never got to see. Bruce lee unfortunately get old but as they age to the magic of movies. They never seem to slow down in terms of their physical prowess. But you also don't see what you picked in your story of life kind of piling up on them the longer they live and i think that's what really really makes this a unique telling. Yeah i mean that's why we i mean. I think it's what it is like. You're saying it's sitting in america. It's almost like this Really reflection of us as asian americans you know. There's that perspective that we're you know. Maybe not quite asian enough for asians and maybe not american enough for americans and whatever that means you know but we are fully both know. It was a story that we wanted to pitch in and make it was maybe a harder for a lot of people to kind of wrap their heads around in terms of what it was in the perspective. Like even us going to china trying to find some funding. Well you know kung fu movies like you're saying or diamond doesn't over there So the quite see what was different. What was kind of like going to be the the fresher angle and we always knew what we had and and that's what we kind of set out to do and you know our actors are characters. Don't speak accents or anything like that. And it was just one of the reflect the world that we live in and be that love letter to our asian american spirits. Which is you know. Chinatowns richest really. What we've been able to been really fortunate to see inexperienced. As we've been touring with the movie we've been screening the movie across the country and just visiting chinatowns across america in realizing just all but same culture in common cultures in yet differences too. There's so many subtle differences in. I think Someone in new york told us yet. This is very west coast. Asian american film which was like okay. That's very now..

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"bao" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

08:46 min | 5 months ago

"bao" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"Podcast. Our mission continues to be to invite asian american culture makers in coacher shapers. The shared their stories with us and as always on your host. Ken fong this is episode number. Three hundred and twenty one. My guest this week is director and writer tran. Who's independent feature film. The paper tigers is now playing in theaters and streaming on most major platforms. This is not your typical martial arts movie. In fact i would say it's more about having to revisit your values and virtues as you get older the conversation that we rebooted just this week was thoroughly enjoyable. And i know you're gonna appreciate it to my show has had proven staying power over the last seven plus years and then from our guest last week that we're doing far better than the majority of podcasts. Out there but i still need you to keep spreading the word. What are your favorite episodes. Or maybe once it you think a friend or family member would really enjoy. Tell them about it. Send them the link and if you're one of my many regular listeners. Why not become sustaining patrons by going to patriot dot com and pledging as little as a few bucks a month more even more your support really really helps. Thanks so much few weeks ago. I was riding bikes with some friends on the saturday morning and after we had climbed the hardest part were heading back to our respective homes and i happen to have a conversation about photography and cameras with one of the writers. He surprised me when he shared that he owned in old hustle. Blood film camera now. Zavod is the brand of camera that the astronauts brought to the moon. That's kind of where it i made. Its claim to fame. That was back in the film days. And now you know it's it's joined the digital revolution and A-as camera i think just the body alone without lenz cost something like thirty thousand dollars. So that's a lot of money okay. So we had maybe a five minute chat about how his hospital at cameron how he's kind of pulled it out recently and has been enjoying taking some pictures with it and then we parted ways and i was heading back on the last leg of the ride with a a different friend and i was telling me about the conversation that i just had with our other friend about. Huzzah bloods and this friend. Said oh you know that's interesting. And then he told me what he thought about. House oblige cameras and that conversation again probably lasted even less than five minutes. The next day i get up. And i'm checking my apple news feed and to my utter surprise. Two articles were in my stream about hasselblad cameras now. I subscribed to this apple news service and tell them kind of what might preferences are in. One of them is photography but in all the years that i've been checking my stream every morning i have never come across an article little onto articles about house black cameras one i would never be able to afford one and two I you know. I'm perfectly happy with the gear. That have so. I started thinking. Was there a possible connection between the two brief conversations that we had on a bike ride about this very kind of exceptional and expensive branded cameras and the fact. That apple news was now showing me to articles about that very thing. Now let me explain that. When i ride my bike i wear a like redundancy in the jersey has three pockets in the back. I don't know if you've ever seen how cyclists ride but you know we. We had these pockets in the back where we put our stuff because we don't want it you know in our stomach or creating coefficient of drag and so what i do to protect my phone is i put it in this little phone sized case that's made out of recycled bike inner tubes so it's rubber Black it has a super and it goes behind me. The reason why. I describe how i carry. My phone is is not attached to my handlebars like i'm using it as dominant or gps. It's actually contained in his zipper. Rubber waterproof little pouch behind me. So i'm thinking of this as i'm looking at these two hasselblad our coast thinking. How in the world did this happen. Is it possible that my phone was listening to me. This morning i went on another ride with another friend. And i couldn't wait to tell him about my theory that somehow my phone was listening to me last week. And it influenced what. I actually saw in my newsfeed and he went on to explain. He says well. If think about it. If you have alexa siri what have you on our on your phones. The microphone of these phones has to always be on. It can't just turn on because we say hey siri it already be too late. And so in fact. My syria just activated right now. Because i said that so it made total sense to me when we address our phones using the name that phone likes to be called the microphone has to already beyond my explaining because otherwise it would be late to the party right so this incense to me. It's it's completely logical. And it's like you know i think i've read or heard in the past that our phones or those little alexa devices that you know we have around our house that we talked to and get recipes and whether and time and and the surf the internet and all that kind of stuff that they're always on they're always listening not just when we're addressing them and that's a little unnerving to me you know. I appreciate the thoughtfulness that it overheard me talking about this very rare and expensive Brand of cameras and so decided to do me a favor and show me some things that i to read. I did read one of them by the way but in a general sense. That's kinda creepy right. Maybe i'm going to experiment with this going forward. And i'm gonna pay more attention to the conversations that i have within earshot of my phone this coming week and maybe you should too and then check to see if article start appearing in your newsfeed that are tied to word. You've said or subjects that you've talked about. I mean this is more than just the internet pushing a certain products and ads in our direction. Because of our search habits this is actually eavesdropping. You know. I don't know how this function or this feature can be used to our damage but hey try this. Maybe this week in your shot of your phone you could be talking a big time about this podcast and who knows maybe it will not only show you an episode or show you something about this podcast but maybe it will actually start to populate Your relatives and friends feeds with some prompts. That would cause them to want to listen more. That's utterly self serving on my part. But anyway i just thought i'd bring that to your attention. 'cause it kennedy interesting in kinda strange thanks listening. I know you're really gonna appreciate this conversation. I had with bow. Trent eighty art. If.

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"bao" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"bao" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A year full of frustration and sadness, but also for some folks a time to grow, stuck at home during lockdowns or trying to stay at home to avoid getting sick. They decided to learn new skills making Sarah dough, for instance, Well, 13 year old Tien, about strong of Gilroy, California also started from scratch in the kitchen. He just wanted to learn how to cook for himself. I started out with Instead of girls, and I worked my way up to cook pasta with the basics of the car based dorm room diet mastered. He moved on. I took cooking classes from a teacher at my school, and I learned how to chalk but people's and cook me. Tien Bao is now working on his next goal cooking steak. 2020 gave Alice la back a new passion with her husband. He's into Brazilian jujitsu, and during the spring lockdown, he asked her to train with him at home in Virginia Beach when their studio reopened. They took classes together so they could remain partners. I've really learned to like it, and it's one thing that we can do together without her Children. Get there, and I cannot think about work I can and I can totally see why he loves it. I will definitely stick with it once this ends, but we probably won't get to go to classes together. Amy Martinez has has been found in abandoned electric piano on the street in Los Angeles, and Amy found middle C then d E F G. So on as she learned to play, she also reconnected virtually with her college roommate. I've seen her once since 1975. But now I see her Every week, and she is my piano teacher, and she's amazing When I win. McQuillan of Missoula, Montana lost her job. Last March, she decided to pursue a longtime interest in farming. And so 2020 will forever be the year Eileen learned how to.

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"bao" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"bao" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Campaigning or fire arms within 75 ft of a polling place. T shirts with the candidate's name are allowed. One of its says No major polling problems have been reported, except for some very long lines in a few spots. Some early ballots that were stolen from Glendale mail boxes have been returned. 18 balance addressed to voters were still sealed in their original envelopes when they were found near 99th and Glendale avenues. Ballots have been returned to the registered voters They were intended for. No arrests have been made. But that investigation continues. You're never more than 15 minutes away from today Stop stories on Arizona's news station News tr Traffic got another closure this afternoon just like we did yesterday. Here's detoured and in the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center. That's a bummer with a capital B. The North bound 101 Price Freeway is the unlucky freeway. It is shut down north out. The 20 to Santana, Try the 10 or the U. S. 60, whichever is most convenient. But 101, you've got to get north of Chandler Boulevard before you Khun re enter north bound due to the serious crash, And there's no estimated time of reopening. As of yet, North bound 51 Thomas wreck off right? About one hour, One hour free at northern Iraq. Off left west. Bao Tuo tuo on the Red Mountain Freeway crash His 32nd street rec being moved off right there, Right Lane is tangled. I'd get left move left there Westbound Tenant 19th Avenue, a crash. And the 17 north out of McDowell, a wreck off right. This traffic report brought to you by the Murphys at Papa Murphy's. They take Tuesday. Seriously, That's why every Tuesday you can pick up any large Papa Murphy's pizza for just 10 99 Tonight, Papa.

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Stock-market indications turning less dismal as opening bell nears

WBZ Morning News

00:10 sec | 1 year ago

Stock-market indications turning less dismal as opening bell nears

"Watching Wall Street after the debate last night, it looked like I was going to be a very difficult day as the stock market cratered by some 300 points, and it's almost fully recovered. In the run up to the opening, Bao

"bao" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"bao" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Arranger and composer Derek Gripper, and his arrangement of a song from Molly called Mini Amba comes from his album libraries on fire music from various parts of the African continent. Arranged for six string classical guitar. Prior to that we heard two pianos. We heard Cathleen tag and Andrea Peterson from their album where Worlds collide and a medley of African dawn by Abdullah Ibrahim and Cape Doctor written by Andre Patterson as a kind of tribute to Abdullah Ibrahim. You might have noticed some very non piano sounds in that, especially in the first half of that piece, those air created by rubbing or Boeing the strings inside the piano. So you get this kind of weird swiping effect from an instrument that we don't expect to have that. That sound, but it's there if you know how to get it. The Baron Bao has an unusual sound. The Baron Bow is an instrument associated with condom lay in Brazil. It looks like an archery bow with a Gordon, one end. And you play it with a little stick that you strike the string with and you vary the pressure of your finger on the string to change the pitch. It's an instrument whose roots are in Africa. And the peace we're going to here is for a quartet of these Afro Brazilian instruments, but it's by an American composer Gregory Buyer. Who put together this barren bow quartet but did not write this piece for the quartet. Actually, he wrote it for a film A short film called Chip, and The film takes a Anton Chekhov story and sets it in South Africa. For the peace that will here is called Chip. Played by this barren bow quartet. D'oh. Teo. American composer. Four.

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"Be Water" ESPN 30 for 30 Director: Bao Nguyen.

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"Be Water" ESPN 30 for 30 Director: Bao Nguyen.

"From. nyu You received your MFA from the School of Visual Arts also in New, York City how important are those degrees to supplement your ability as director? I mean I, think for. You know film, school and Education, the most important thing I take away from it is like building a community and finding like minded people who love films and you kind of carry on that love after you graduated in your work together on your on your feature, your future projects and and I mean obviously the education is important, but I think the relationships you take away from it or more important now. Is there I mean I know? For those who see the documentary, they know kind of what influence you partially to really loving a certain aspect of Bruce Lee, but is there any other driving forces that really kind of? Propelled you where you are today whether it's a filmmaker or an actor or a movie itself. I remember seeing a hoop dreams when I was pretty young. I was about ten or eleven, and it was just A. He's the first time I really saw documentary like a feature length documentary, and it's such an epic story right also an intimate at the same time, and I think it's informing me of like the type of story said I'm interested in the type of storytelling I'm interested in and also kind of the power of sports in the drama of Sports, and and how you can use sports as a way to talk about bigger issues in society, and so I think that film definitely played a role in how I. How I became a documentary filmmaker and I mean it's not a directly to to be water I. think he can maybe see. Some of the piano correlation. Oh absolutely, absolutely and you know. You've done some really creative and really great projects, but we documentary like be water that you're connected. Do personally that you? Again for anyone that has seen it. For the thirtieth. The world seated at this point. You know you really have a fondness in a your linked emotionally to the person you're you're you're making the documentary on become something else at that point? Right because it's still such a beautiful work of art, but because of your connection because of the way Bruce Lee moved you. Does. It become something else at that point bow. In your for me when I'm making it film. Tired of want to infuse my own voice in the not literally. You don't hear me speaking as a narrator anything like that, but I think that films at I'm kind of drawn to are the ones that feel personal and honest and authentic, and you can really feel the directors hand. Especially in a film, we were talking about such an icon that maybe anyone else could have done a certain style of Bruce. Lee Fill of documentary about Bruce. Lee But I wanted to make sure that this felt like my film, and by kind of going deep into my roots my parents Vietnamese refugees. They left Vietnam on a boat. We're living in Hong Kong refugee camp for for six months and then. Went over to America the very similar story to Bruce's in terms of coming to America. And not having connections, not really having any money, and that was sort of the Bruce Lee that I felt like I didn't know too much. About Bruce Lee as the immigrant American as Asian, American as the other American. So, I tried to infuse like what lessons I learned from my parents, and for my own upbringing as a child of immigrants and use that to make the films feel personal and have that touch point in a way. So yeah that was that was always the intention and I hope people. Felt that kind of personal filmmaking style. Even though we're talking about an icon like briefly. Yeah, I can't even imagine what it's like. Because you talk very very early in a documentary about you know, it's the very first time you recognize yourself. Somebody on screen. That isn't stereotypical or lacking the respect. They deserve I. Mean I can't believe I mean it. Had to be an. You've answered this such a passion project just because of the effect man had on you and millions of others as well. Yeah I mean I could say that. I was in like one of those huge Bruce Lee fans at went out and collected everything and. Watched every single movie ten times over, but as a symbol, and as an icon for representation for kind of hero, and fighting for the underdog, definitely left a mark on me and again it was just trying to unpack that that that iconography that mythology that I felt. Everyone knew, but they didn't know the person, and and that being said I agree responsibility, obviously telling the story of someone like Bruce Lee but I started to think of it more as a privilege that I'm privileged to have the opportunity to tell lead story into. You know mess it up in many ways and I once. I understood it more as a privilege recognized. It made it less of a daunting task I

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"bao" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

11:04 min | 2 years ago

"bao" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

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"bao" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"bao" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"Mean done with Bao's toward torn down or or or are built up or I think bay oaks is a one of the most successful Pro Program Projects Committees in town Doing a great job people that people that I've been surprised to find out Take Advantage of Bao's when I don't I I never go there and I realized that so many people take advantage of the exercise program. There's there How much the children in town could benefit from the Baobab project down there the community center activities? That are gone. I don't take part in them on finding that people really appreciate. What's going on? Do you think the majority of the residents on the beach take advantage of folks. No I don't feel they do. I don't feel they do only because the demographics of it again. What are the demographics? If you look at my I street the majority of people are in their sixties and their kids have left hand. We're school is not number one on our mind Recreation and centers now number one or am I going to go into a ballgame is not number one on are not that we don't share those interest but they're just not forefront okay. What is the best plan for the foot of the bridge? The best point the foot of the bridge is the plan. That's that's that's being proposed now. the the drawings that you look at for the Margarita Ville coming in his really. They'll plan to stop all this pedestrian traffic thick. And that's what the the new design the new plan is GonNa do. It's GonNa get this pedestrian traffic stop back to Crescent And I feel that that's a majority already of our slow down and the traffic coming both ways across the bridge I I don't have the details. I I know that on the crosswalk. There's an elevator to this cross else to the crosswalk and I'm wondering how that's GonNa.

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"bao" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"bao" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"Mean done with? Bao's toy torn down or Or built up or well the I think I think Bay folks is a one of the most successful Pro Programs or projects committees in town. doing a great job people that the people that I've been surprised to find out Take Advantage of Bao's when I don't I I never go there and I realized that so many people take advantage of the exercise program program. There's there How much the children in town could benefit from the project down there? The community center activities. That are going I. I don't take part in them on finding that people really appreciate. What do you think the majority of the residents on the beach? Take advantage of. Folks are not no. I don't feel they do item. Feel they the only because the demographics again What are the demographics? Bill took my street. The majority of people are in their sixties or their kids have left town. We're school is not number one on our mind up R- recreation centers. Now number one are going to go into the kids ballgame is not number one are not that we don't share those interests but they're just not forefront okay. What is the best plan for the foot of the bridge? The best point for the foot of the bridge is the plan. That's that's that's being proposed now the drawings that you look at for the the Margarita bill coming in really the plan. stop all this pedestrian traffic. And that's what the the new design and the new plan and is GONNA do. It's GonNa get this. Pedestrian traffic stopped back to credit And I feel that that's a majority of our slow down and the traffic coming both ways across the bridge bridge I I don't have the details. I I know that on the crosswalk. There's an elevator to this cross to the crosswalk and I'm wondering in how that's GonNa.

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"bao" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"bao" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"A cerebral of our solutions. I'M NOT GONNA be able to say here's the solution because it's complicated but we can back up and say that this is. This committee has come up with a plan. There's there's even a price tag on it. Seven hundred fifty thousand dollar price tag is not being delivered us in town for various reasons. Somebody should've said Goto this a long time ago. This plan has been available to and after at least a year that I'm aware of We need lights we need lice. We've got to protect our walkers and bikers on Estero Boulevard so as far as you understand the issue. Why aren't there lights? Nobody's Pulling the ripcord on the plan downtown The plan is the plan is available available to To vote on and enact I that's that's my position by believers joy. So which plan. which plan are you in favour of? There's a plan it was it was enunciated on your show. I guess about four episodes ago. Maybe it regards to An agreement with the Power Company For their lighting. I believe it was the the low intensity lighting and set at a low level which solves a lot of the problems anyway. A complicated plan. I don't have all those details to say. Oh well here they are here. They're nuts bolts of it. I don't okay what is your what do you think should be done with. Bay Oaks done with Baosteel. What do you mean done with? Bao's toy torn down or Or built up or well the I think I think Bay folks is a one of the most successful Pro Programs or projects committees in town. doing a great job people that the people that I've been surprised to find out Take Advantage of Bao's.

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"bao" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"bao" Discussed on WTVN

"Hit us with that was impressive to watch reds manager. David bell after the two nothing lost reds in as again tonight. Indians of lost three straight Bao's the White Sox clippers welcome Charlotte McCoy, News Radio six ten WTVN sunny today, a high of seventy seven mostly sunny, and it's fifty nine right now up Scott Jennings. Stay connected to Columbus central Ohio on the hour, thirty minutes past and as news breaks. The Glenn Beck show continues next and tomorrow, the Ohio clean air program ensures more clean energy. Generated in Ohio via highlands four. By modernizing. Our environmental goals, we encourage the growth of Ohio made energy from wind solar and other sources had reduced carbon dioxide in our air and by investing at home, not in other states. We will create new jobs and vetera- Konami helping families and entrepreneurs the Ohio Craner program, improves our environment. Creates jobs and lowers what you pay for electric city. It's time to reform Ohio's energy goals. Protect what's precious. Call your Representative at eight hundred two eight two zero two five three encourage them to support the Ohio clean air program. Don't let out of state profiteers continue to steal Ohio jobs and our children's future. Paid for by generation. Now, Inc dot com..

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The electric scooter revolution with Lime co-founder Brad Bao

The Vergecast

03:03 min | 2 years ago

The electric scooter revolution with Lime co-founder Brad Bao

"Why does abuse beneficiary? To everyone beneficial to everyone all of us, and what who is sitting to improve that. And it's more ball. How we improve compared to ourselves yesterday. So we'll keep innovating. We'll keep on improving. The Falk has we should have is what a urban mobility will look like in the future has to be much nimble and a smaller per Taylor to personal troubles. Not a seventy two five six car that take a one person across the street. You has to be shared in order to reduce the occupation of the public space much smaller also share it has to be electric powered any has to be something. That's not on Enviro foldable accessible, but also, you know, readily available so that's reliable for all the users when they whenever they needed and all sorts of things that we want to achieve but we're still far away from that. So I'm more devoted dedicated all the time keep on innovating part and they'll keep on. Talking with cities. Do you think this markets winner take all I mean, you have competitors? Who certainly think it's winner take all or their they'll be duopoly. There were a lot of car sharing services. And now there's two there are a lot of scooter companies. Do you think there's always going to be a lot of scooter companies or just one or two I think the nature of the business does it's so complicated. A won't be hard for smaller player to to really survive. And even today data, we are still coupon improving on the durability of the scooters, the operating efficiencies and all kinds of things. Right. So I won't say it will be a winner take all. But I think they will be limited players dot going to into the future out of Welby providing maturity to survey. So I think that also is good for us as well. He started like struggling, you know, which one to take right? There's always a reliable and and available service for the that is based on one condition that company self has to have various strong values that not. To, you know, use the dealership position, we are leader globally in terms of this arena. But it will keep on reminding ourselves and our entire team that what isn't a vision mission of the company at what value started we live by. So I'm sure you saw but bird just increased its permanent charge and a couple of key markets, Los Angeles, Detroit, and a few others is lime going to be looking at fluctuating some prices down the road as well. Do you think first off all the you know, I set a three things will always wanted to simplify things for for folks to easy to remember that the three as that us as a company to focus on improving. You know, the the first vailab -bility, right? Whatever you needed wherever whenever and however you wanted and the second part accessibility. Therefore, the we lodge like non credit card payment, and we'd launched non-smart unlocks thanks for to increase accessibility. And the third thing that we we committed. On is to provide.

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"bao" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"bao" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"If the people in the energy of the planet, and they truly are international and don't pay tax nowhere. We know. To change. That mindset are you? He's a big bundle of questions. All boot your way like a John tangled thicket. Do you think that this can really be changed by using a kind of spiritual technique that someone of my age seem somewhat nostalgic? We've had the sixties in the seventies. An cynic would say it didn't work, you know, like all those people in high Asprey all those people in Woodstock the Grateful Dead. The Bao's we saw happened. It got turned. It got commodified and sold back to us. The, you know, the great English documentarian Adam Kerr is in some of these brilliant story telling films has demonstrated wonderfully how the we can change the world of the sixties became I can do I won by the eighties. Do you think that they're? Whilst you talk of universal truth and in here and perennial values. Do you think that they can convey and reach an audience today? Do you think people are likely to put down the keys of their fancy cars to abandon the debt their identities? The things that bond us and welders to reality. The reality in our minds, the reality of our Bank account to even when it's negative to think that can be overcome to think that the time of men in robes and Johnson mantras. Do you think that this can be affective again in this time with this cynicism? When we've seen through telescopes the limitless cosmos when people are so willing to believe that there's nothing but spikes out there and nothing toll in here. Do you think that these ideas can ever talk the great monoliths of our culture that seemed to have a chain? Chain. Seems like a good place to stop his..

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Scott Baio took 5 polygraph tests to refute Nicole Eggert's claims of sexual assault

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

06:34 min | 3 years ago

Scott Baio took 5 polygraph tests to refute Nicole Eggert's claims of sexual assault

"Of the stories we're watching in the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. Firefighters in corona have, saved houses from brushfire they got dangerously close mandatory evacuations were ordered for more than. A dozen different streets in one. Particular neighborhood now they say that they will. They got this guy under control pretty quickly it only burned about thirty acres crews did help contain. It with three helicopters in two air tankers. Containment was twenty five percent at last check the weather is taking a. Tough turn for the firefighters in, northern California there's a red flag warning today like they need that through tomorrow night for Shasta county where that fire tore through. Reading and destroyed more than a thousand homes the fire. Near reading is now thirty seven percent contained it's one hundred twenty six thousand acres and is. The sixth most destructive fire in state history an actor Scott Bao's been fighting claims by his former co star Nicole Eggert and says he wants, a restraining order now against her Eggert claims that Bao's sexually assaulted her while they were working together on Charles. In. Charge in the eighties the. LA county DA's office couldn't prosecute due to the statute of limitations but Bao's says Eggert won't stop disparaging him he's also filed a police. Report with the LAPD, and says he took five polygraph tests to prove his innocence five thirty five it's. Our business buzz with CNBC's guy. Dummy when your value reaches a trillion dollars. What's your next trick where do you go from that plateau will find out what Apple's plans neck. Or apples playing next move is and the. Papa John's listening tour what is that and we'll at work and then. At six five it's handle on, the news Wayne is in for handle again this morning but right now let's say Hello to ABC's Aaron Katersky so Aaron Harvey. Weinstein's attorney plans to ask judge in Manhattan to dismiss. The most serious sex assault charge that's been filed against him what is it and why would. They think that he could get this one thrown out it's rape and he's accused of raping a woman that Harvey Weinstein will claim He had. A consensual. Relationship with he, says that there are about, forty emails. That he, has from an old work account back when the Weinstein company was the Weinstein company that will prove the woman he is. Accused of raping was no victim but actually a consensual partner and so he asked a? Bankruptcy court, judge because remember the Weinstein company has been going through a bankruptcy He asked the bankruptcy court judge. To give. Him access to his Email, and and, he wants to now use that Email as part of his as his defense in the. Criminal, case and he'll argue that prosecutors knew about these emails they just didn't show them to the grand jury that indicted him okay but even if you have a consensual relationship with somebody it's not like one night can't go terribly wrong that's true, it's not always a defense. You know and that's not to say you. Can't rape somebody with whom you're. In a consensual relationship however the defense is seems to be arguing here that the emails prove that this could have been some culpability material and and and the DA's. Office failed to fail to to to to, present itself could be a. Violation that the defense will say merits the charge being dismissed so simple violation could get more than technical Than than than an affirmative defense but a but nonetheless. You get a sense of where Harvey Weinstein may try to go as he as he will. Seek to dismantle the accounts of the three women that are involved with, his criminal charges I'm sure you've talked to you legal experts or been watching them what are they saying do. They think that Harvey's team has a chance I. Think Harvey's team is doing what they're gonna do you know and. And. Whether the emails are truly exculpatory nature I think we'll, have to wait and see exactly what they say. And and. And we haven't been able, to see. Them as yet so we can't make a judgement if they are you know if they. Come, out and say hey what you did last night was great well then maybe that's that's a different story but you know short of that it'll be up to the judge to decide whether they really are exculpatory in nature don't you feel like, this is just indicative of. How this entire trial is going to go Like spaghetti at the wall it's going to be a mess for the victims and that's why these cases are often so difficult because the victims have to be. Really resilient against the onslaught that's going to come from from a. Criminal defense attorney and? And Harvey Weinstein will do anything that he can? Do to to to avoid being found guilty in prison time for, this and so the you know they're only really, two defenses for rape either you didn't do it or it was consensual and he says he's never had nonconsensual sexual activity that does. This specific scenario that a lot of victims say. They don't, come forward because they're afraid that, all, of a sudden they're going to be. The, guy who's put on the stand and. Not their alleged, rapist that's part of the reason why I think you saw after these charges were announced in Harvey. Weinstein's case both the police and the prosecutor's office hailing the bravery of the victims they know That they are going to, get put through, the ringer during trial and they really need to make sure they can they can withstand that kind of pressure all right Aaron thanks for the update today I'm sure we'll be talking with you again because we'll want to find out what happened in. Court are Jennifer thanks all right thanks that's ABC's Aaron Katersky so we'll follow up on that one which, is happening a little bit later today I mean doesn't that just drive, you crazy You know I'm still saying alleged because the news person in, me says you. Have to so here's Harvey Weinstein on these. Alleged, charges however I mean attack McAliskey like. That That the? Prosecution didn't present that who cares who cares, if those emails are out there who cares if you had a consensual relationship with, somebody doesn't mean that one. Night something terrible couldn't have happened I mean come, on prosecution don't make mistakes I have to. Say well the dodgers let's. Talk about that this is awesome and amazing the dodgers scored more runs last night than in their previous games combined twenty one to five route that. Had Milwaukee send position players, to the mound starting in the seventh inning the game, featured? Seven dodger. Home runs,.

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South Korea urges North to present plan for denuclearization

24 Hour News

02:22 min | 3 years ago

South Korea urges North to present plan for denuclearization

"Cumulus in los angeles say they will not be filing criminal charges against scott bail the da's office says after looking into the case they determined the statute of limitations had expired the case stems from allegations made by actress nicole eggert was on charles in charge puts bay oh eggert says bao's sexually assaulted her while she was still a teenager baeau denies all those allegations and says that he and eggert were in a consensual relationship and that was after she was of legal age in a twitter post eggert points out that the case against bail was not dismissed because of a lack of evidence but because the case was too i'm oscar wells gabriel south korea's urging north korea to come up with concrete steps toward denuclearization south korean foreign minister conch young wab says recent summits in panmunjom in singapore were unprecedented and have the potential to bring about historic change on the korean peninsula we are expecting to see concrete action by north korea to live up to his compete denuclearization commitment in return for guarantees of its security and joint efforts to establish a lasting peace regime on the peninsula the comments came as north korea's kim jong un held talks with chinese president xi jinping in beijing the visit which wrapped up on wednesday was designed to convey the country's growing closeness china's touted the prospects of more trade and investment if north korea makes progress in talks on abandoning its nuclear weapons and long range missile programs walt disney studios has named two people to replace outgoing animation and pixar chief john lasseter jennifer lea and pete doctor will take over both are oscar winners and veterans of the walt disney company specifically lee who co directed frozen has been named chief creative officer for the walt disney animation studios while dr who is best known for the movies up and inside out is now the chief creation officer for pixar animation chairman ellen horn said both lee and dr embody the spirit culture and values of their respective studios in november lassiter said he was taking a six month sabbatical and apologized for missteps with employees will stay on as a consultant through two thousand eighteen welcome to total wine and more boy gets all of this bear out of the way how about if i find a.

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Scott Baio Claims Nicole Eggert Accused Him of Assault to 'Relaunch Her Own Career'

24 Hour News

02:14 min | 3 years ago

Scott Baio Claims Nicole Eggert Accused Him of Assault to 'Relaunch Her Own Career'

"Bill to limit surge fares by uber in lift has been shut down in honolulu by the city's mayor mayor kirk caldwell has vetoed a bill that would have set limits for what companies can charge during peak demand the goal of the measure was to prevent surge pricing rates getting higher than the maximum fair set by the city the mayor's told city attorney's to come up with a bill that would give transportation companies flexibility as as there's disclosure about pricing uber says the veto protects consumer choice had a lulu council members could override the veto a former sitcom star accused of sexual assault won't pay steady charges ap entertainment editor oscar wells gabriel reports the accusations were made by former co star prosecutors in los angeles say they will not be filing criminal charges against scott bail the da's office says after looking into the case they determined the statute of limitations had expired the case stems from allegations made by actress nicole eggert was on charleston charge the bay oh eggert says bao's sexually assaulted her while she was still a teenager baeau denies all those allegations and says that he and eggert were in a consensual relationship and that was after she was of legal age in a twitter post edward points out that the case against bail was not dismissed because of a lack of evidence but because the case was too old i'm oscar wells gabriel south korea's urging north korea to come up with concrete steps toward denuclearization south korean foreign minister conch young wab says recent summits in panmunjom in singapore were unprecedented and have the potential to bring about historic change on the korean peninsula we are expecting to see concrete action by north korea to live up to its compete denuclearization commitment return for guarantees of its security and joint efforts to stab a lasting peace regime on the peninsula the commons came as north korea's kim jong hoon held talks with chinese president xi jinping in beijing the visit which wrapped up on wednesday was designed to convey the country's growing closeness china's touted the prospects of more trade and investment if north korea makes.

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Ebola outbreak spreads to urban area as deaths mount

BBC Newshour

02:27 min | 3 years ago

Ebola outbreak spreads to urban area as deaths mount

"Health workers we tell me messages in their own language to ensure that every aspect of boulevard this is how it's transmitted what's going to be done to prevent it are communicated appropriately to the population concerned so as you say that means doing it in local languages and by local people buying law absolutely using the local languages in the local people to communicate effectively and of course trust what and what are the key messages that you are trying to put across of course the key messages that are being pulled cross fest about handwashing messages also avoid contact with six people notify report anybody that's you suspect that to see that is suspicious by the bulla have symptoms similar to symptoms that has clear for them but of course we now have this outbreak in mabanda a city of more than a million people and and as we understand it this is because people who had been at a burial of an ebola victim then transmitted the disease to this city how concerned are you about this development a mea monica is a t and this is an urban area and that of course i'm could affect the transmission dynamic of these as we saw in west africa so for us we have partnered to train the volunteers underground on how to do safe and dignified burial as we all know safe and dignified bao's and efficient and effective way of ensuring that the transmission stopped because there are quite frequent relatively quite frequent out break soviet bola in the democratic republic of congo but they tend to be confined to rural areas i mean the fact that we now have this case in in a city does that worry you about the possibility of the disease being brought to for example the capital where you are now yeah it should be what is some on the teas because it's very possible because of the high traffic of people between the two cities for that to happen however efforts on ground to ensure that appropriate soviet lance is dawn at the exit points on entry points from ecuador to order destinations now the epicenter yeah.

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