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"bergman" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:25 min | Last month

"bergman" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

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"bergman" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

04:37 min | Last month

"bergman" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer. When you when you live long enough. All kinds of strange things happen very right in saying that. The greek heroes. Where the original superheroes in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion nina. Bergman is marie a complicated so caught up. Integrative american soldiers in hell hath no fury right off the bat boy. They put you through the ringer on this particular mood. They did they really did. But i signed up for it there. You go. I mean you spend most of the movie really in your underwear. I mean it's kinda you get. You don't get a lot of clothing. Lot of wardrobe changes at all. No but that's what they did back. Then you know. Shame if if the resistance fighters you know were caught with the germans. You know then they had to do the walk of shame you know where they mark them you know the shaved head in their little garments you know. Yeah so it was. It was part of it. But you know it's. I got used to surprisingly fast q. Days wardrobe would come with a rogue and they'll cover me up and you know you know. Eventually i was like you know he get used to it. Yeah and the funny thing is shooting a graveyard. was that a real graveyard. No it was not. It was okay after being there for so long. It sure felt real to me. How do you tackle a character like this. I mean she. There's a lot of different layers to her. It's not just straight up and they get on. Peo- buzzer movie. Goes on yeah research for me. The key right. I i do i tried. I read everything. I could get my hands on. I saw everything you know. The problem was that a lot of those women that went through it. They don't wanna talk about it because horrific so it was very hard to find You know stories in letters on it. And then what i did was you went to ravensbruck concentration camp for three years so i did a lot of research on that on what they did so basically while shooting out cry myself to sleep every night right trying to fill myself up with as much Information as i could and try to make it as real as could for myself. And i didn't really understand when i started this process that.

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"bergman" Discussed on Bereaved But Still Me

Bereaved But Still Me

04:29 min | 5 months ago

"bergman" Discussed on Bereaved But Still Me

"How do you celebrate him now? Is there something that you think about something that makes you special? Well, you know, his birthday in my birthday are a weak part. And we've all always always for 55 years celebrated our birthday week. This is the 28th of November mines the 6th of December. So in that week, which often felt between broadcast, you know, beyond the air the next week, we would read E yours birthday. From Winnie the pooh. We read it on the radio and I read it not long ago. One of those rare pandemic gatherings outside safely distanced to a group of friends. And read it again. And it was in Peter's memory at that time late November early December. So I'll continue doing that. And it will always be yours birthday and you'll always have a really nice pot to put things in and he'll have something nice to put in that pot. Men we all will. It's beautiful. December 6th is the day I started my first real job. So I will now read it as well. Can I read something? Oh, please, please, please. You know, among the things that I have always done is been a poet. And so if you if you want to know this is this is the last poem in a book called the old man's poems. It's called envoy, which is the tribute to goodbye for Peter Bergman. One. Old man. His friend dies. And the mountain moves to surround and protect him. Two. Planets in close alliance, dance with the moon. Full and gentle. Bathing its nearness. His way. Old man, back home. Old eyes. Dim with tears. And old master, still occupies this very seat at the old pants left. With a view of moonrise. Two. Shocking, mocker, vocalizes, jumps, spinning, showing quite wings briefly to the old man, sunning spinning some old dreams. And the second, if you are still have time, we have time. So the wizard 50 days. 50 days for the wizard. Old man takes refuge in the sun. Markers songbook trills and rattles, squeaks, cries out electrical collection of chatter, rambling voice of the city. The city rests in the morning, all of.

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Would the Philadelphia 76ers Regret Trading Ben Simmons for James Harden?

Mason & Ireland

03:46 min | 1 year ago

Would the Philadelphia 76ers Regret Trading Ben Simmons for James Harden?

"So a wo- jr is reporting. Adrian roggin ascii that. The sixers are now willing to include. Ben simmons intrigued todd for james harden but they are nowhere close to a deal. Lt would you. Trade ben simmons for james harden if power which team six. So if i'm the sixers. Do i want a pair. James harden with joel embiid. You see pictures of james harden yesterday. He looks like he may have put on the greg bergman little extra little extra dance harda and was one of the big criticisms with joel embiid that embeds outta shape the beat is oftentimes out of shape as well. Yes i haven't heard that hurt a lot but oh no him. Being out of shape is a thing. So okay if you're asking me. If i want to trade away my fit superstar bring in an odor. Maybe not always fit superstar to pair with my youngest not so thin superstar. I'm gonna say no. I don't wanna do that. Trae now for ben simmons. You have to buy. His hair's not taken benson yeah. I don't think that's going to sell the the one thing. And we've we've read this tim. Tim macmahon i think wrote this article about james harden that he really alienated his teammates. Because it's described in that article that when you have. The james harden experienced that means he's running the entire show he decides if he's late for film session film session weights if he wants to go to atlanta or if he wants to fly somewhere early to party you go where james goes when you sign up for the james harden experienced. He runs your organization. I read that. I read this piece today. After i heard you guys talking about it and the line that caught me was it was an organized. Aau team that that. If if they were they were playing in la. James one of the team to stick around an extra night because he wanted to do as parting reminded me of watching the michael jordan documentary earlier this year. When phil jackson talks about letting dennis rodman go do what he needs to do. But could you imagine if rodman were the leader you know. Could you imagine if rodman showed up out of shape. See people forget robin party but he never showed about shape. He party but the next day he bought out everything. Great billable z. That's the rub though hardened balls out i mean you can sail even if all this stuff that masons brought up his true and there's no reason to think that tim macmahon made it up so i think it's all true one of the quotes in that piece that scott was talking about. Is we knew if we had more than one day off in a row. The james harden was on a plane. Go into party. But we also knew he would come back and drop fifty point triple double on people the problem with this whole this whole issue. The whole heart issue is there's only fifteen guys in the world they can lead your team to a title and you need to have at least one and maybe two of them and hardens one of those guys so he's not. What are you talking about his first team all nba four times your conflict eighty accolades from the media and stats with being. Do lead your team to a championship. Those aren't bra. Elsa elsie you're right. He's great with the counting stats guy won the won the mvp two years ago. He walked up to the podium. And said you're listening to k spn los angeles but can't you make a distinction between a guy who can can put up stats and a guy who can score versus a guy who can lead a team to a championship. Yup there is a

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Batterygate rumbles on with compensation demand in Europe

Mac OS Ken

01:16 min | 1 year ago

Batterygate rumbles on with compensation demand in Europe

"Apple insider says the consumer advocacy group. Euro consumers is suing apple over performance throttling issues tied to battery gate. Between apple's twenty nine dollars battery replacement program various settlements reached and the passing of seriously years. You probably thought this one was over. It's okay. I've been wrong before too. Euro consumers is suing apple and spain italy portugal and belgium belgium the peace quote elle's bruggeman had policy and enforcement at euro consumers saying apple pushed updates to mask problems with the battery knowing it would slow down phones. Bergman added that european consumers just want to be treated with the same respect that was given to consumers in the us. Yeah those settlements. I mentioned were here. Apparently not there so yeah lawsuits together. The peace says euro consumers for complaints about one hundred eighty million euros. That is just under two hundred twenty million dollars. Us in damages from apple

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Interview With Roger Corman

Eli Roth's History of Horror: Uncut

03:34 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Roger Corman

"The word legendary is overused but in the case of roger corman. It's well deserved. Roger trained as an engineer at stanford but after four days on the job. He quit to make movies. He began producing and directing low budget. Independent films are getting the underserved teen market. What is films lacked in production value. They made up for imagination. And as roger famously declared he never lost a dime on a picture and he made a lot of them. From nineteen fifty. Five to nineteen seventy-one. He directed over fifty films. Everything from monster. Movies to biker. Pictures to his famous adaptations. The works of edgar allan poe. He focused on producing and film distribution launching the careers of some of the biggest names in hollywood including francis ford coppola jonathan demme joe dante and bringing films by autour like david cronenberg. Ingmar bergman federico fellini to america. Rogers sat down with history of harsh showrunner. Kurt sanga to talk about his remarkable career. You started off directing and producing low budget films in the nineteen fifties How did you deal with the limitations. Faced the early films. I directed i was beginning to director with short schedule and i did what i could. I absorbed films saying. I use certain camera techniques that i've seen before and invented some myself. Now i'm not certain. I really invented them just that i had never seen them in other films. They may not have been as original as i thought. Nine fifty seven directed something like nine films Including tack of the crab monsters personal favourite Fm didn't have a lot of production values. But it was packed. Full of interesting ideas. A what are your memories of that film. Well i remember specifically said didn't have very much money and i remember exactly. The crab monster cost twelve hundred dollars and it was paper my shea but it was very big and it looked pretty good but we were shooting at on the rocks at cabrillo beach and the waves were hitting up against the monster and i could see the waves. Were destroying the back of the monster. So i had to shoot as fast as i possibly could and from only certain angles not to let the audience see that. The vaster was being destroyed. Well we shotted speaking monsters. Tell me about the monster from it. Conquered the world well. The monster from saturn was based upon my studies at the university where i studied physics and i tried within the fantastic world of science fiction to be as logical as possible and i realized a giant planet like saturn would have heavy gravity so therefore a giraffe could not exist but a turtle could because it was close to the ground and would be able to handle the gravity so i had the monster built all about the height of my hand here and thus say was physically correct for the planet saturn. I was having coffee as they were setting up the first shot and beverly garland very hip. Young actress came up to the monster and she looked and she noticed that i was watching her

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"bergman" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"bergman" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"I want it. I like backtracking. Get the elevator pitch on seed linked the bigger project at this dimension of <hes>. And what problem. It's trying to address as a whole and so. Can you do that for us. Can you help us with that. Yeah for sure. I'd love to <hes>. And i guess to connect with all the listeners here right. I want to have everyone kind of envisioned <hes>. When they go and purchase seats every spring <hes>. Kind of spreading out other seed catalogs on their counter and perusing through all the pages which i know is one of the most delightful thing sides during the time to do <hes>. So you're looking to see cadillacs and you're trying to decide what to grow and you might be <hes>. Allured by the beautiful pictures of the description. You might have a friend that told you <hes>. that this variety is great and it's delicious and performs well <hes>. But when when. I kind of think of that idea. Compared with today's tech world where we're so connected in it's kind of an outdated model with so many other things we can go on and look at reviews of things before we buy them whether it be a car child seat <hes>. You know bicycle or even visiting a restaurant. And with the there's really not the equivalent of that and so see bling dot com. We're really aiming to kind of connect the dots between all the different seed industry stakeholders so gardeners and farmers and seed see breeders and chefs and bring them together on our platform to help <hes>. Kinda create a more collaborative and resilient seat system that helps people so at the highest level <hes>. And we're not quite there yet <hes>. We're we're a start up business but <hes>. Gardeners and farmers can go onto our sites and search for varieties <hes>. Maybe say they wanna find a tomato that performs well by then by by growing and they can search for tomatoes and find reviews for tomatoes from other people that <hes>. That that have grown tomatoes by them. And so it's like you said it's a big citizen science project and you just welcome everyone to the table to participate so when new way in this again newish overall bigger project of seed linked dot com one new way. People can participate right now is that they can order some of these curated seed collections. Like the one you have put together of some favorite lettuces and <hes>. And so that's a little different from like even if i went and bought a lettuce assortment at a regular seed catalog. It's a little bit different. So let's say what is this seed collection aspect of seed linked. Yeah definitely it. It was <hes>. We created it kind of in response to this past spring. A covid nineteen ten you know. Oh boy yeah. I know that. In your world margaret. There's there's just so many people that were excited about gardening for the first time wanting to buy seed seed companies where seeing sales that were two or three hundred percent higher than they're usually than there used to and <hes>. We saw this happening at sea. And we're like. How can we plug into this excitement about gardening and <hes>. Capture all these new gardeners and help them along the way be successful with growing things for the first time and seed. Collections was born out of that that interest and <hes>. What the idea is is that we partnered with some really awesome food system change makers and they curated a collection of of varieties together. And so what i did is i carry the three of my favorite lettuce varieties. I love growing in my backyard garden and folks can go on and by that collection but beyond just getting the lettuce seeds they get a really guided. Learning experience on the theory as

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Seedlinked With Bjorn Bergman

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

04:08 min | 1 year ago

Seedlinked With Bjorn Bergman

"I want it. I like backtracking. Get the elevator pitch on seed linked the bigger project at this dimension of And what problem. It's trying to address as a whole and so. Can you do that for us. Can you help us with that. Yeah for sure. I'd love to And i guess to connect with all the listeners here right. I want to have everyone kind of envisioned When they go and purchase seats every spring Kind of spreading out other seed catalogs on their counter and perusing through all the pages which i know is one of the most delightful thing sides during the time to do So you're looking to see cadillacs and you're trying to decide what to grow and you might be Allured by the beautiful pictures of the description. You might have a friend that told you that this variety is great and it's delicious and performs well But when when. I kind of think of that idea. Compared with today's tech world where we're so connected in it's kind of an outdated model with so many other things we can go on and look at reviews of things before we buy them whether it be a car child seat You know bicycle or even visiting a restaurant. And with the there's really not the equivalent of that and so see bling dot com. We're really aiming to kind of connect the dots between all the different seed industry stakeholders so gardeners and farmers and seed see breeders and chefs and bring them together on our platform to help Kinda create a more collaborative and resilient seat system that helps people so at the highest level And we're not quite there yet We're we're a start up business but Gardeners and farmers can go onto our sites and search for varieties Maybe say they wanna find a tomato that performs well by then by by growing and they can search for tomatoes and find reviews for tomatoes from other people that That that have grown tomatoes by them. And so it's like you said it's a big citizen science project and you just welcome everyone to the table to participate so when new way in this again newish overall bigger project of seed linked dot com one new way. People can participate right now is that they can order some of these curated seed collections. Like the one you have put together of some favorite lettuces and And so that's a little different from like even if i went and bought a lettuce assortment at a regular seed catalog. It's a little bit different. So let's say what is this seed collection aspect of seed linked. Yeah definitely it. It was We created it kind of in response to this past spring. A covid nineteen ten you know. Oh boy yeah. I know that. In your world margaret. There's there's just so many people that were excited about gardening for the first time wanting to buy seed seed companies where seeing sales that were two or three hundred percent higher than they're usually than there used to and We saw this happening at sea. And we're like. How can we plug into this excitement about gardening and Capture all these new gardeners and help them along the way be successful with growing things for the first time and seed. Collections was born out of that that interest and What the idea is is that we partnered with some really awesome food system change makers and they curated a collection of of varieties together. And so what i did is i carry the three of my favorite lettuce varieties. I love growing in my backyard garden and folks can go on and by that collection but beyond just getting the lettuce seeds they get a really guided. Learning experience on the theory as

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Rhonda Fleming, film star in the 1940s and 1950s, dies at 97

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Rhonda Fleming, film star in the 1940s and 1950s, dies at 97

"Rhonda Fleming Ah Hollywood star of the forties and fifties fame for her fiery red hair has passed away at the age of 97 from her first color film, Fleming became popular with producers because of her hair and green eyes are best known films included a Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, starring Bing Crosby. And Alfred Hitchcock's Spellbound, starring Gregory Peck and Ingrid Bergman. She also made four films with future President Ronald Reagan

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Tinder, Bumble...LinkedIn? Users Report Unwanted Advances On Networking Site

Weekend Edition Sunday

03:34 min | 1 year ago

Tinder, Bumble...LinkedIn? Users Report Unwanted Advances On Networking Site

"Love. Well, let's see. There's tinder Bumble eHarmony linked in one of these is not like the other. The community guidelines for the professional networking website prohibit romantic advances, but it turns out quite a few people have used it for just that. Reporter Ben Bergman wrote about it for the tech side dot Ella and he joins us now. Welcome. Thanks. Good to be here. So Lincoln as a love site, you right? That women in particular have been receiving unwanted advances through linked in what kind of stories were they telling you? Well, you know, this is a pretty common thing for a lot of women, guys who say Hey, you're really beautiful. Do you wanna have coffee? And that's sometimes the most innocuous things that Khun B messages that are a lot more graphic than that Sometimes Why might it be a place where someone would look for a date? Well, there's too many dating app to choose from. I think a lot of people would say, but there's still a bit of a stigma for at least some people. Maybe people who are CEOs are a little bit more prominent in their field who don't want to be seen on a dating app. So they are perhaps on LinkedIn and not on dating apps and people will use it as a way to Connect on there instead of overtly being on a dating app. So obviously in the age of me to which has really exposed how women have been subjected to unwanted sexual advances in the workplace, you know, this is a place that is meant to be a networking site. So what kind of action has Lincoln taken. The company says it is taking action. It will follow up with users who have reported inappropriate messages, and it will also tell users who are blocked exactly why they were removed, which apparently it has not done up until now. It also says it's using a eye to detect possible problematic messages. And so it will. Flagged those messages and give you the opportunity to block them. The company also says, though, that users need to do more. It says users should be keeping a tighter network. And if you don't know someone if you don't think they should be in your network Then don't accept their friend request. On the other hand, you did speak to a dating coach from the harmony who said it's not inappropriate to ask for a date on linked in. What did she say? This was kind of surprising because I actually talked to a number of dating coaches and yes, that is a real job, apparently, And they say that there's a sense of authenticity there. You actually know where someone worked and went to school and the information there is much more real than other sites and that there's a lot of professionals just like you know, you may ask someone out at a professional networking event. You could do the same thing on linked in and they've met a lot of people and some of them themselves have met their significant others on lengthen. Has this been an issue for Lincoln users for awhile? Or is there something that has created an uptick? It's certainly nothing brand new. It's gotten a little bit worse over the years. But during the pandemic, I've seen anecdotally a lot more of this happening because what happens now is a lot of women will receive these messages, and then they will post them on Twitter and say linked in is not a dating site. Look at what happened. But during the pandemic, there's not really ways to meet people in person in the office or at bars or at parties. So it's all online and so linked in his one way to do that.

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European Space Agency Solar Orbiter Takes Closest Ever Pictures of the Sun

AP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

European Space Agency Solar Orbiter Takes Closest Ever Pictures of the Sun

"And NASA spacecraft has snapped the closest pictures ever taken of the sun and lift on solar orbiter was launched from Cape Canaveral in February. The high resolution images of the first it's sent back vibrant swirls of yellow and dark, smoky gray, including one area of the sun's outer atmosphere that had been known as the quiet Corona, meaning that nothing is supposed to happen here. David Bergmans with the Royal Observatory of Belgium, It's amazing in the smallest details. How much stuff is going on there. The images forced Bergmans and fellow scientists to come up with a new vocabulary for it all, and we started giving it crazy names like campfires and dark fiber, ALS on ghosts and whatever we saw the orbiter was about halfway between the Earth and sun when it took the pictures last month, some 48 million miles away. I'm Ben Thomas and I'm

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Have Man United Improved Under Solskjaer?

ESPN FC

05:33 min | 1 year ago

Have Man United Improved Under Solskjaer?

"Craig and frank with US Craig. What happens to you and I said? Well first and foremost. Why it can play in the chat league, because the Court of Arbitration for sport overwhelmed ruling. Now you go! We went into the intricacies and say. Think well I don't think anybody's really interested in the factors that can play. So, annual. Mean Franken segments. I'm no bottle. Convenient if you like no right I. I thought. Were good for the point. You know we know. Got The call. But he started so sloppily and I was. I was really impressed. Foster fifteen twenty minutes walk. Ralph has say that with what he's working with with the budget with the place called the way the press. They really pasta, and they were good for the lead. Listen to to Sucker Punch of two or three minutes reunited with some quality. We saw Paul Pogba Leon needing a kick up these box me sleeping possession a couple of times I've got caught for one of the goals. I thought I thought they kept plugging up to know a strong that the star. The strong finish all be inactive down. To ten men with the head injury to two young Williams wasn't ideal, but it couldn't defend the call now. And so therefore, we were not deserving island thing of taking all three points at home this. Is Craig mentioned once. You've got those two goals united. Franco well that's done and dusted united going to go on and win this game. Yeah True I. Think it was the end of the story and. Was quite unfortunately for Saas on, because seeing the the hard work, they made no and the they went through to maybe try to get at least. Withdraw off time. They were two, two, two, two, one at halftime and I think when mentioned decided to finally play the should that they were better than the saints for the second half same problem. Still Sloppy and at the end of the day you know. You always have the risks to to see the. Getting goal, and then seeing you getting outside the stadium withdraw and these up very unfortunately, because we didn't got injured the play ten against eleven the last. Let's say seven eight minutes and kick, but you have to be strong. You have to your more experience. You WanNA reach the chimpanzee next season. You shouldn't consider goal on the corner. Kick if you want to if you want. Everybody thinks that's going to deserve to be in the chimpanzee. That's really two points relaxed stupidly from from Manchester United at the of the game. Done seems to be a law. People recently have gone tidal wave of all souls Lavin. And whilst they have. IMPROVED THERE'S NO DOUBT ABOUT The Bar was extremely low. There's an argument to be, said the F. as hotter manager, they might have already knew Detroit for and be in possession of trying to chase teams down. Let let me just give you some facts off. The back of the the lockdown. Enough talked this. They've only had one team. That's not in the bottom half of the league, and that Sheffield United today interest and start from. Leslie the Skykomish who's on the feed calms tonight with Jim Bergman. He said we must remember. Prior to this game. Points return and Premier League history on Chop without the fifty four points behind Liverpool. Last year, they finished two points behind the league champions. Manchester City some point out to me Ho this is a superb progression under only gonNa Solska, and as I said, some of the footballs been better, but we must, we must remember the V. could have been in the top four nil dawn with that scored hide behind the manager in charge, not setting fair four points behind Liverpool and scrambling around to get results against teams in the bottom half. The League that that's that's not opinion. That's fact you've got Kim credit for what he's done over the last few months early, Craig. But in a league season is over a few months that don't don't think the twitter crowed. A league season he's been in there. Before Christmas the year before you had the January transfer window at the summer transfer window. His second year in the job. We're talking about a full season. They are fifty four points of the league leaders. That's more than they. We're off Manchester City when the championship last season and I repeat the second points return and their premier league history to this before the game tonight. Tell me why it's a reason to be separate cited above Manchester. United I would be concerned that with him at the helm right with the hail golsby be able to negate the amount of points next seasonal decision after that. That does worry I would have United Fund not coming up here. All this is the greatest thing ever look at the results forgetting looking league table. Look at five bucks look at previous seasons. This is the worst they've been. In the last Chris Seasons in terms of the gap, even before source was the job marina wasn't that far behind on goal wasn't as far behind. That's factual.

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"bergman" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

Saving Sex and the City 3

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"bergman" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

"So this car drives up and rolls down the window and you see like the blond and you're like, oh my God Samantha and then it's Sharon Stone and Sharon Stone like she just goes get in bitch and like carries like okay and then like gets in the car. And then I think we have a scene where I like Sharon Stone is Samantha just like rips into carry. Yeah, and she's like you're being you're so ignorant. You're so stupid. You're so selfish like you need to get your shit log. Other like real talks her and breaks down everything that's wrong with her and then gives her like exact steps on how to fix it. And then at the end of that like talking to she's like, okay, but like remind me like a hashtag is like two words together, right and Samantha's like get the fuck out of the car. Like you haven't even learned anything. Yeah. She drops her like the car drives back to Biggs apartment. He's like now go back in there and apologize to him. He's the only person that will put up with you the your last boyfriend tried to kill you. Like he didn't get a clue so scary goes like stumbles back up to big jobs. Then she's like does like a doe-eyed apology and then he's like, it's all good kid and like hugs her. Yeah. Yeah, and they like maybe have like a cute cigarette together. So then Thursday, we're back to Charlotte Navy and it's the day after Christmas and she's still like she's still now like and also like has okay. So maybe it's a day after and then carry calls shut off. And she's like I have a check for you. Okay? Yeah, so Carrie and big they're back on and they're like on the way to go to Barney's where he's going to buy her. Yeah hundred grand worth of shoes off and she's like first we need to stop by Charlotte's and then Charlotte is like, well, I'm on the way to Barney's too because like she got the new call for like the new batch of baby bath..

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"bergman" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

Saving Sex and the City 3

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"bergman" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

"Like Do I go back in and I just like now don't tell him again. Yeah, so Oprah's there to like help her through the thought and then yeah Oprah is just like we're going to make this right like I over as who helps them like or Samantha does. Yeah. Oprah is the one who helped her like get her like turn it into like a legit company. Okay. So Samantha a cake Oprah is like she's like you can do this, but you need to find like do you need to find out who these people actually are? Yeah. I'm like, I'm going to put on my trench coat and my wig and like get wage the bottom of that. Yeah, and I'm going to do some snooping and like figure out the identity of like who is providing these babies. So then we can like blackmail them shut them down and then like you can take over from here on out and turn it into like a legitimate. Yeah business. Absolutely. Okay, so then we cut to it's Christmas Day at the nursing home and Steve and Miranda are like there with Brady and Magda and Mary song and like Mary is like very popular with all the like everyone at the nursing home like loves her. It's only been a few days. Yeah, just like the queen of the nursing home and like one of the orderlies I think is like, oh that Mary like such a flirt. She already has like three boyfriends and then seems like Ma you have boyfrind near and then she's like, oh Stevie don't worry about like says some sort of like gibberish like that makes no sense. And then they Miranda and see just like kind of look at each other and like walk over. Yeah and then she's like, I got a pea I'll be right back and then like goes to pee with like a nurse to help her and then she comes back and she's like, I think the nurse is like can I talk to you for just a second to like Miranda and Steve and takes them around the corner and she's like, so she just said it was burning when she peed and I feel like a lot of em. People around here like this is like you may not know this but like nursing homes are like really like hotbeds of sexual activity and Mary is very popular amongst like the men here and like I think that she has chlamydia and Steve just like can't handle them. It's like mortified. He can't handle it no more and has like been there so long she decides to like talk to Mary and like tell her about safe sex. They're like, they're like, can you go the only like the only Pharmacy that's open is like Weehawken. Yeah, and so, can you go and fill this like whatever the prescription is for anti chlamydia medicine and like bring it back and Moran and Steve's like Joe's in his hands up like he can't deal more and it's like, you know what I got this I'm going to do it. And so she goes and like her entire Christmas is spent like getting chlamydia medication Yeah Yeah Song Feels like good for you know, what it feels good how it feels good. She's like in the car alone and she's like turning on like she turned on like some amazing like motivational Beyonce or something and she's just like ready to do it for herself and forth. Like she's just like she and she's also kind of excited cuz she hasn't really like had chlamydia in a while. So it's just sort of like a little bit of like a like.

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"bergman" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

Saving Sex and the City 3

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"bergman" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

"Yeah, and like is this what it had like is this what has to be done to like a cheap Eve theme and Megan is like well, look what has happened to me and she's like, you know, and now I'm happy so carries like okay. Well, this is what I have to do. So like in three posts, she's gone from like high to low to high tool and it's just like it's really shell-shocked her life sentence technology is a bitch. Yeah. So now if she carries sad, but she figures like Christmas is like two days away so she can just ask big for like all new shoes. Yes. Yeah, so she gets them get the money like into her bank account and then like signs a check over to Charlotte for $250,000 for $1,000 BMB. Yeah, and Charlotte's like so like pleased. Yeah. So Charlotte goes the next day before Christmas to like she does like and they you have them like fashion montages. So Charlotte says like she's the whole thing. I think she decides that BMB is going to be just like a one-time. It's like her Christmas gift to all these like Mother's writing for a child. She's like, okay. Look I can it's Christmas Eve. I can arrange an transaction between now and tomorrow that on Christmas day. You'll get a baby if you get if you like give the following things. Yeah, and so and then Anthony is like on the phone like working at all out and it's kind of like Santa's Workshop except. It's like Santa's Sweatshop with like Anthony. Yeah Charlotte like hustling people for like Birkins Chanel bags Louis Vuitton. There's also just like a bit of montage. So there's like a bit of birth. I think Montage where she's just like gone down Madison Avenue and she's like in every single store like asking for like all the best shit and everybody's like like giving it to her but like begrudgingly cuz everybody else is shopping for Christmas. Yeah, so she eventually gets it and she shows up into the back alley, but it's like a different back alley. So she's now like a little bit like uncomfortable. Yeah, and she showed up to this back alley and there's like a page her phone and the ring on their phone. Making it up as like a lot and the ring on phone says open the back of your truck. Yeah, and she opens the back of the track and like a bigger truck comes back and like takes all the clothes Okay, and like maybe they leave for a minute and Charlotte's like what the fuck is just happened. Like I've just provided like all of this like all these home goods and then they're like go to Queens. So she's like drive to Queens and they're like show up show up to the to the water. She has to go the water and she sees all of these babies like floating in like little cute little Huts like ready for her to pick up so they have to like go into the water and pick up all these babies. Yeah, and they like do it but like they can't because Charlotte's like uncomfortable because she's in like like in like cheek outfits and Company. She quit and the Atkins making him like grab all the babies and like load them in her car. Yeah, but she liked but she has them now and then she goes and she delivers like all the babies and it's like they're like ready there for Christmas song. And so okay. So she used the truck for $250,000 to purchase everything that these like yeah, baby providers wanted then when she goes to deliver the babies the people write the check to her. Okay. Is that how it works?.

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"bergman" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

Saving Sex and the City 3

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"bergman" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

"Her Hollywood career before meeting Harry like wasn't really that great but she's like ascended to like Sex and the City levels because I'm like all the things that she's done is a royal. Yeah. So like I don't really care if the Royals are mad at me like look up where my career has gone. So it's like good for her. Yeah, but then in this episode, so she's trying to coach Carry On Till found out like of that like fuck up. So she's like, okay, like people want to know like why don't you start live like live Instagram's like explaining your side of the story of why you like saw to post about your closet thought you were like and Carrie gets on and she's like I only wanted to post about it because my next post was going to be about giving away my shoes for charity and everyone's like half people believe it half the people like don't believe it and then she ends up putting out like putting up an auction for shoes and the donations all go to Sharp baby company. Yeah B MB. Yeah B MB, but like yeah, so that happens. Okay. So Kerry live auctions on Instagram live like all her the shoes in her closet like she has to because it's the only way to like stop all the me-too backlash. Yeah and like meanwhile she's like dying because it's like her favorite shoes are just like oh, yeah and Meghan Markle is Samantha there like filming her and like coaching her on what to say and then we end that scene with like carries entire closet of shoes Gone Gone But like all of her clothes are still there. Yeah, so she just has like no shoes to wear. So then the end of that scene, I think with the end of that Arc with Megan is that Kerry walks her downstairs and she's Barefoot. Yeah, and Mags is like looking great and she gets on into a cab and go. Yeah, I think like Meghan arranges. She's like, okay like like she's in the background song. Isn't she's like, oh my God, you just raised $250,000 for BMB. Like this is amazing. Like I'm calling the truck right now to come and like pick up all your shoes and like taking like the shipping facility. And so like she calls and on live stories. It's like like we see like the truck pull up and like and then she's like Carrie tell like your readers like Thanksgiving or whatever and Carries just like kind of shell-shocked cuz he's like men have come in the apartment and start just like unloading all her shoes to like a truck and she's like sort of tearing up behind it. But she like is trying to hold it together. Yeah. And so then she like bids everyone farewell and then she walks Meghan Markle down and she's like, That was really crazy. Like I like I'm happy, but I'm also really mad at you..

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"bergman" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

Saving Sex and the City 3

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"bergman" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

"New like Chanel bag and he's like no, they won't take anything else and like just like shuts it down and then like yeah and like everybody keeps offer and then eventually like somebody comes to offer like one of the Perkins it's like been on like been on like you've been she had to wait forever for it, but they're so desperate for the baby way they bring it and like that's a sort of solidifies the business is like a legit thing. Yeah. So Charlotte's like starting out like her bit like she has his flash that it could be like a good business idea. Yeah, and then Kerry Kerry is only just now got the iPhone. Yeah, like this is not like back in her apartment and she's like trying to figure it out. Yes, and she's like like she tries to turn it. She like can't even turn it on like you can't turn it on Realize like this whole movie is just like Carrie creates. I think it's like she just like manages to create an Instagram account and piss everyone off with it. Yeah, and then like get schooled by that. Yeah, I mean waiting The Meters off the what in here it hasn't side. It hasn't she has to turn her phone on. Okay, right. Okay. She's like trying to turn her phone on like Googling it and off like she's like acid on and she's also like bought the 10 so it's like she like it has doesn't even have like a home like button. She just like has no idea what's going on. Yeah, and so we get to see like a lot of there's like can be a dog. Have comedy and carry like swiping and then also like getting her face recognition all set up because like, you know, she doesn't like the angle like opening her phone and seeing it like on her double chin just being like and like really grappling with technology. Absolutely, but she finally like sets up like it starts in that morning. She's like meanwhile like I woke up with one intention to like turn my phone on and then like by the evening, she's finally figured out she's figured out how to turn it on or did she ended up like an Instagram? Okay, but like is demanded of her to you think yeah, totally. I mean, think Samantha is helping her but maybe Samantha in this moment.

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"bergman" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

Saving Sex and the City 3

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"bergman" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

"Okay. So then there in the dog trainer, they're yapping the next morning and carry is like explaining carry and Samantha's not there but carries explaining what happened to a very terrified Charlotte and month. Yes, and Miranda's like you know, what like I'll be your lawyer throughout this process. Like I'm I am very busy with like placing Mary in this like nursing home situation, but I will like help you and represent you. Well, of course, that's what she does best. Yeah. And so and then we hear like the door jingle and who walks off then is Samantha. It's Christine Baranski. Okay, Christine Baranski she walks in but she doesn't really walk in she sort of just like like Jazzy Jazzy two steps amazing. Yeah, and so she sits down and then they all hang out the discussion about like carries like well the bright side of this is like I've been getting asked by a lot of people to like write about it. Yeah. I know that I lost my job like at the stage our cuz I moved to Paris very briefly for like three days and then like and like bogus mad at me because I just said like I quit for no reason which was like a really stupid thing in me to do a job. Anna Wintour is like pissed person. I personally offended Carrie Bradshaw and then Christine Baranski is like you must become an influencer Hyundai. That's what they're all doing these days. And so then everyone has to like explain to carry how to do to do that like to buy a phone and it's like I think we have one of those time jumps where it's like a it's like three hours later the diner's like empty and they're still explain Instagram or yes. Yeah, exactly and then Miranda checks her watch and she's like, oh my God, like I have to go down like we have an appointment to go see this like nursing home and I think it could be a real great one. Yes, and then like maybe the nurse. Yeah, and then like the minute we could they get to the nursing home. It's like very lit like wage like very cool. Yeah and everybody's partying so she is like at the nursing home with Steve and they're like, I think it actually looks like my dog It team at first like it looks like very just like soothing appropriate inappropriate and like nice facilities. That was like huge on Miranda's list and like qualified nurse. Like she's a song tons of questions. Like she's like do you have like, do you record like all the charts and like you track there like bowel movements, right? So, you know if they're like gut health is get like she's really like going through and Steve's like off-brand a gel-like. I just wanted to be happy. Yeah and like weekend is like no Steve. It's important like we have to cover all our bases and so like they decide after doing a tour of this nursing home and Faith tour guide is really like accommodating of them. They're like, okay. This would be a really great place to send Mary. Yeah, and it's in Brooklyn too. Yeah, so it's like close by it's not very far away exactly dead..

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"bergman" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

Saving Sex and the City 3

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"bergman" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

"Okay. So like we Okay. So we've gotten like real far into the office spell like okay. So sorry. I'm just like trying to I'm like wrapping my head around everyone's like plot lines and like the the years and like where everyone's at home. I made it very complicated made. It really complicated shit. I like you coming into a bad guys being like I don't like this war Pat. I'm actually going wage might. Well, you know what? It's like it wasn't it was like I wanted to continue the story but like like I liked I liked the petrofsky angle and I also liked where it like left off like in this area. We'll do this as like a special. It's the movies have never existed. Yes, and this is just like a one-time special on HBO. Yes. Okay, So it picks up where they left off. Yeah. Harry has been assaulted in her apartment by Petoskey. I think we need to pick I guess we could just have cameos from young people. Yes. It's like I think HBO does it. It's like Sex In The City the Samantha special where it's like everyone decides that they're going to get together and collectively troll Kim trial by having a different Samantha pop up almost in every single thing. Yes. Exactly. Okay, so that makes more sense. Yeah. So it's like airing around Christmas time. It's a Christmas special featuring tons of different Samantha's and the whole drawers like who will play it's a man. Yes. Exactly. Okay, so carry the movie starts out. I think it's it's Christmas time. It was in Paris like it was snowing so it would be snowing in New York. Big are very cozy. It's like a few days before Christmas or like a week before Christmas and off there snuggling and they realize they're out of oranges. So big goes to get the oranges petrovski comes in and like threatens carry at knife-point. They all like they fight blah blah. Samantha gets bet dialed. Yes. I think we just have yeah, we have carries like flip phone for now and then RuPaul comes in and has the Cameo of like yeah getting petrofsky out. Yes, and then the cops show up and I think big comes back at that time and he's like, he's like, oh my God like carries and like one of those like metal blanket things or whatever like shivering outside like so like sad, but also kind off. Cited that the she's getting so much attention. Yes, and then like she also knows that big is going to be like extra excited to like be there like a hundred percent. Yeah. It's like a tangled hair. It's absolutely attention. Yeah, so he's like, are you okay and she's like, yeah. Oh my God. Yeah and like Raul's they're yeah like to like take care of them. Yeah. I mean, he's always driving big around. Yeah her so long and then RuPaul AK Samantha like comes up to both of them and she's like kids. I'm glad you're both safe like yes looks like he won't be getting that ruski won't be getting anywhere except a jail cell or something like that exactly and then it like Fades out and then we have like Sex In The City the Christmas special. Absolutely. Yes..

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"bergman" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

Saving Sex and the City 3

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"bergman" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

"Yeah. Yeah, like moment not sure and she would break the fourth wall like directly addressing the camera the last season one. Yeah and to a little bit and it would say like, what would it say? Like, I think like RuPaul's a moment where she like comes in off and then she's like I once dated an asshole. The only way to deal with them is to kick them to the curb. Yes, and then literally pick skills and then I punched him and Winks at the camera. Yes, and then like wings of the camera back into like action. Yes. Yes, exactly and then like serious Sex in the City Zone. Yes. Yes. Yes and then like I guess I guess they just like have a heart-to-heart after that and then like before relieves. He's like Catch season 10. Hm. Do you think that works? I don't know how we feel about that like promotes drag race on Thursday. I don't know. don't know if Michael Patrick King will be down with that right? You can definitely flow to buy. Yeah. Yeah, so that's what I was thinking for like rose Arc. And then what I think happens, is that like, I don't know if this is another episode or I don't know if this.

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"bergman" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

Saving Sex and the City 3

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"bergman" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

"I feel confident enough to say that they would say green light. Yeah, they would be like really I think it would be great. I think you know what, I think even like nambu, Could do it like could be like like Gilmore Girls. It would just like its own thing. Like it's it's strange and like not everybody likes it. But like let's try it, you know, so I think that what happens is we start off very like abruptly. So we start off like literally where we left off. So like Carrie and big are like post-coitus like right after he like know like in New York they're back and like now they've like, yeah cuz they had brunch and like the walk down the street and Kerry answered the phone and it's okay exactly. So they're like like postcode is there still like in their honeymoon phase and they're just like, oh my God like Thursday, we're going to just like fuck all the time. Yeah, so they're like doing that and then he and then Biggs like I'm going to go out and get some like oranges because like I want you to be you and I just want you to have like oranges in bed and I just like, well not getting a love love. So if you like leaves & Carry hears a knock at the door and she's wearing like one of those really amazing like mesh mesh like robes with the with the Marabou on it off. Like basically the one that you rejected from that from that photo shoot. Yeah, but now it's like Sheiks and she's wearing it but it's like way too long because she's like, I love that also all the women in their current ages are just going to slay. Oh, yeah, I think they were in 2004 or 2005. Yeah, nothing like nothing has changed like it's just yeah and like I mean, they're inexplicably much much older-looking. Yep, the same exactly trippy exactly so carry, so there's a knock at the door and Carries like, oh it's like big he's back and he opened she opens the door and it's petrofsky and he's like, oh, yeah..

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"bergman" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

Saving Sex and the City 3

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"bergman" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

"In 2017 the world endured one of the greatest Injustice has of all time when filming of the third installment of the Sex in the City movies was abruptly and not explicable shutdown months later here. We sit reeling from a lack of closure and struggling with questions that will never be able to answer living in a world where we're so callously robbed of the Final Chapter. We all deserved is something I simply cannot stand for their for I alarm Marie Shan Halls. I'm taking matters into my own hands and I'm saving Sex in the City three flashlight off. Hello again, everyone. I am your host Laura Marie Shan halls and you are listening to another beautiful episode of saving Sex in the City 3. I am here with Randy Bachman host of the capsule 98 podcast. Hi. Hello also like do devoted Second City fan. So this is like the dream of my life. Yeah as a sex in the city that had this is the dream of my life too. And I just want to connect always with other fellow like Sex in the City Experts. I was I've been in L A for a few days and I was making and I make liquid ounces to such like specific things on sex in the city all the time. Like everybody should just get my legs very specific specific references and I am just getting like blank stares all the time. There's like nothing worse than that, but it happens all the time. We have you been having like a Sex in the City. Have you seen any of the like sites from the show? Well, I drove by the standard the other day and that was really it but like now I didn't I didn't the standard wage. Is kind of funny to me because I don't think of that hotel as being very chic yet. Like yeah tell that they say that it's like not like a classic L A Landmark Hotel true. I mean maybe it off in like 2,000 or whenever it was recorded. Yeah, enemy filmed we'd have to like go back in time. Yeah some sort of capsule on The Standard Hotel. Yeah, I know and it was like home hot. I mean, yeah, like definitely it's also like so just like on this trip right there. You're like, oh and there's like carries balcony like right on the street beside like a Burger King or whatever. I love her smoking Journey throughout that like 2 episode lar. Oh my God. Yeah like at the end when she's like, oh, okay. We're leaving. Yeah, we're leaving really even more like the mismatched shoes box so good. I just played Sex in the City DJ for myself a few nights ago and was like re-watching some season 1 episode season 1 doesn't get enough like doesn't get enough praise..

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An Integrative Approach to Cancer with Ralph Moss, PhD

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

07:54 min | 1 year ago

An Integrative Approach to Cancer with Ralph Moss, PhD

"Here host the Bergman podcast.

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New York Icons: Kaufman Astoria Studios

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

10:09 min | 1 year ago

New York Icons: Kaufman Astoria Studios

"New York for its entire. History has brought people together of wildly different backgrounds and that might be different races or cultures or a geographic areas Irish people and Jews and African Americans and you know Italians but also different classes. You had the tenement girl and the rich playboy and everybody in between well. That's just a natural for storytelling. But when these stories were told by Hollywood what was distinctly New York about them could get flattened out for the mainstream. If you look today at a Marx brothers movies the first couple of Marx brothers films. They're throwing all these terms around. Mommy's Nora Nori. There is Jewish for free loader animal crackers in the coconuts where designs you know for a New York audience but when the Marx Brothers then do moved to Hollywood and they begin making films for MGM. There's no Yiddish in those movies anymore. Right they become the sort of universal. You Know Hollywood movie Marx Brothers that that's from forty second street classical nine hundred thirty three musical about the Broadway chorus girl who becomes a star that connick number has the busby Berkeley dance formations but it also has the skyline the elevated train street vendors and attempted rape and murder. It's a film about New York. Made in Hollywood that helped form what sanders calls the mythic city. That dream version of New York. That's a distillation of the real place. Forty Second Street and all those back stage musicals that were made all the homes that were about the putting on of a Broadway show. They were shot in Broadway theaters. They were shot in Hollywood sound stage theaters. You know there was just endless numbers of these amazing films which did not have a single frame except possibly the establishing shot the opening shot would be shot in New York as the credits ran by with music behind him in. May Nineteen thirty. Three paramount turned the Astoria studios over to its main creditor western electric that companies filmmaking arm Eastern Services Studios INC operated it as a rental studio for independent productions. Its output varied widely. The Scoundrel for example was set in Manhattan's literary world. Noel Coward plays a ruthless hated publisher. Julian place the woman he charms. Mary's then abandoned putting something happened. Man I do live. I hope you're playing folk killed when you're dying using it on. The homepage of the year does not think of human when he dies. He's condemned to damnation unless he finds one person on Earth to mourn. Him novelists writes Ben. Hecht and Charles MacArthur rotated but at Astoria. They also got to produce and direct. They won an academy award for best original. We don't be Marquette. Hulu your new. There was a series of Spanish language. Musical starring Tangos Star Carlos Gardell Tambien. A nineteen thirty. Three's Emperor Jones was based on the controversial Eugene O'Neill play main character was a black pullman porter who escapes prison to become dictator of a small island. The film could only have been made with independent funding. Then the studios were called to service for World War Two. The Department acquired the property in Nineteen Forty Two and the pictorial center of the army. Signal Corps moved into make trading and propaganda films. They expanded the facility and built barracks for the soldiers. The army used motion pictures in the war effort and turned to experienced filmmakers for help frank. Capra worked on a series of orientation films called why we fight one episode related to our won the Oscar for best documentary. Just what was it? Made US change our way of living overnight but turned our resources are machines our whole nation into one vast awesome producing more and more weapons of war instead of the old materials by the end of the war the ABC employed over two thousand people making movies over half of them civilians. All this work even brought new film techniques like multiple angles shooting and change film in even more momentous ways for five years American audience. It has been seeing newsreels. And it's someone you know. A movie maker said well you couldn't you couldn't bring in the enemy for for production meeting you know before. The battle and people went out with sixteen millimeter cameras. And these lightweight cameras that could go everywhere. They saw actual action after the war audiences and creators had developed a taste for this more realistic filmmaking. There was an appetite. For a new kind of filmmaking. That would be used more available light less contrived cinematography be shot with faster. Granier film be more shot on location and feel more like a took place in real place and not this kind of fabricated construct and be more adult this desire for realism meant the glossy representations of New York. That Hollywood made before the war wouldn't do director is like Ilya. Kazan felt their stories needed New York locations and New York talent. You don't understand I coulda had class. Gerber contamination could have been somebody by the MID FIFTIES NEW YORK. Filmmakers were more than just contenders. The Oscar wins for on the waterfront in nineteen fifty five and Mardi fifty six affirm. That excellence could come from outside. Hollywood New York is setting is capable of whatever mood or dramatic statement? You WanNa make architecturally in its light for talk about winter light as Mr Bergman did. New York's winter light image. That Sidney Lumet in the documentary film titled by Sidney Lumet. He grew up on the lower east side in nineteen fifty seven. He went from directing theater and TV. Two movies with twelve angry men. You're asking us to believe that somebody else did the stabbing with exactly the same kind of knife. Larger a million or one go onto make more New York classics like Serpico Dog Day afternoon and network. He died in twenty eleven. I'm not comfortable anyplace but New York when I leave New York for any other place in the United States My nose starts to bleed. Filmmakers at this time took full advantage of New York locations for their exterior shooting. When they needed a controlled indoor set they may do with whatever studios were available. Tv Or old movie studios the old Bronx by graph for example operated as a rental studio under different names until the seventy s the Astoria Studios. Meanwhile were still occupied by the army. There was some leftover stages from the twenty s and they reuse them and Sidney Lumet told me amazing stories of going onto these studios which he was in an editing room up in the Bronx. That had been Edison's old editing suite with an e draw you know kind of worked into the curtains E for Edison. These were the oldest movie studios in the world and they were using them in the nineteen fifties to make all those great early in mid fifty s movies like Twelve angry men and on the waterfront the city eventually recognized how vital New York and the screener to each other in nineteen sixty six mayor. John established the first mayor's film office in the world to lower hurdles to filming their Lindsay's film office streamline the permitting process and removed a lot of red tape for shooting in the city he even dedicated a police. Unit to location shoots then in nineteen seventy. The army moved production to different site and turned the Astoria property over to the federal government. This was not simply a movement of some soldiers because most of the people making the films were grips carpenters electricians and actress who were part of. New York's commercial motion picture industry so they were not at all happy when this plug got pulled in Astoria. The complex sat abandoned. For years unprotected and open vandals people would go in there. Rip The copper out of the walls and those people with a purpose then they were also just people in there for mischief terrible condition in the meantime you have this eyesore at the edge of a residential communities have halfway between the area and Long Island city. It's just getting worse and worse and worse. They abandoned cars dropped all around weeds growing through the sidewalk. I remember this very clearly. The film unions local community and the city got together to preserve the studio site. Save film jobs and clean up the neighborhood in nineteen seventy seven. They formed the nonprofit a story of Motion Picture and Television Center Foundation. They managed to prevent the studio from being sold off or turn down by getting the site on the National Register of historic places a process that normally took years.

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"bergman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"bergman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Long time I know every back there okay ways wasn't around so maybe he's making the point of you know some sort it out like that that's fine I mean technically two or three people to a to me and said what will you play this because there was no ways around Bergman farm was there I mean maybe that's a technicality maybe he's just trying to make a point probably but when I get stuff like that and I know Monday Night Football is not sending out for a bite Sunday night football has become the thing it's Chris Collinsworth it's al Michaels it's the bigger one it gets the better games and stand that and I don't want to go back to when I was growing up when the money I've football was but I'm going to contradict myself and say when I was growing up but then I football's big deal and it's still a pretty big deal I mean it is the second biggest game of the week how much longer honestly like it's it's become comical and generally speaking I can take or leave the commentators there's very very few what you say I mean how Michael's is absolutely tremendous but I don't watch the game for al Michaels I don't watch the game for Chris Collinsworth so my view point on broadcasters of games is not so much choose great because let's be honest honestly they're all really good even if you hate Joe Bach he's really good okay I disagree here comes the tax I get it I don't I like Joe but he's fine where you get where it comes to is when they're really bad and annoying and then you can just turn on the TV it's fine I'm not a Dick by cal guy I don't like the smarmy attitude of Bob class this but booger McFarland is just flat out bad it's embarrassing you're better than this Monday Night Football Jon Gruden was the closest thing to Madden that we had and you were plate now last year the wooden thing was ridiculous and I'm not even talking about the hair I'm just talking about like he was bad it was terrible and then in the book mobile and that didn't work out and now you put it in the booth there's got to be somebody better there just has to be and I'm not it's good look if he keeps going all watch the good games if there's a Monday night game all watch it I'd probably won't turn it down is it a major part of my enjoyment of the game yeah take your leave it but here's the thing every job should be earned he's not good like easy **** like if if they fired him I don't think bigger McFarland would get a job on any network outside of maybe a at ESPN or enough on there as being an analyst I can see it being like as part of a stable of analysts he could do that he's not completely dumb on the game although most of his view points ninety percent are from a defense perspective what you if you if you're going to keep them then he's our defense guy was way off in scat where's my quarterback guy I know you can get Peyton manning whatever but amongst all the guys who have retired you can't find one and by the way since we're here let's just why not Wendell bit more in general and again I'm doing this old when I grew up thing I felt like there used to be a lot of good analysts when it came to football baseball basketball not so much like Ron Darling is really good in the Palouse for in baseball I think I think Tom Verducci is really good like there's a lot of good play by play guys but in terms of that analyst the only one in the NBA honestly is Barkley Barkley is that in the NBA outside of that commission is good that whole show is really good but Barclays when we okay I'll tune in is there anybody in any sport where you would say no I'd say bill Walton is probably this but some people hate Milan then that's fine but it is there any broadcaster where you would say not play by play guy but any analyst not Charles Barkley a game analyst where you'd say you know what I wouldn't normally watch this game but I'm th I'm surfing channels here and I just wanna hear what this guy has to say some people have said Tony Romo I like Tony Romo he's good I would say for NFL wise I would see Tony Romo Booker makes me change the channel that's hardly sometimes as I did I just I I got to move on broke.

Bergman
Who made Time's list of the 100 most influential people?

Mason & Ireland

02:45 min | 2 years ago

Who made Time's list of the 100 most influential people?

"A couple of weeks ago. You guys might remember? I told you that time magazine was finalizing its list of the one hundred most influential people in twenty nine thousand nine hundred and yesterday that list actually came out. Okay. I have a list of ten names. Some of these are on time's list of the one hundred most influential people, others are not you guys. Simply tell me. Yes. Or no. Did they make time magazine's list of the one hundred most influential, right? This is. Right now. Yeah. For good or for bad one hundred. All right. Gregg, number one, Tom Brady. Did he make it or not know, Jay? I'll say, yes steep. You won the Super Bowl also. Yes. Greg Bergman has taken the lead Tom Brady, not on the list of the one hundred dollars in French TV twelve Jay Amelia Clark who plays Kaliyan game of thrones. Yes, or no. Oh, God everyone their grandma's. Watching that stuff. I'm going to say, no, no Mace denarius mother of dragons. I'll say yes, Greg. Yeah. I'm saying, yeah. She's on Greg's for to. She is on the list Mace. Sean Hannity, Fox News, pundit, you're saying, yes, Greg. Sure. Jay, no, J corral is correct Sean Hannity not on the list. He so every cost to the president every night. Yeah. Everybody is on the board. Greg to J one Steve one, Greg Dwayne Johnson, the rock, yes. Or no. Yes. Jay, the rock. I'm gonna say yes Mace is it TV show at a bad movie last year. I'll say no he is on the list. Greg is three out of four. All right. The next one Oprah Winfrey. J Oprah Winfrey. Endless? Yes mace. No Mason says no, Greg. I don't think anymore. I'm gonna say no, no is the correct answer. Strangely. Gayle king is on. Oh, wow. But not Oprah Oprah scratch jealous. Craig four j to Steve two five left Mace. Lebron james. Oh, yeah. Greg definitely j. Yes. All three of you. Correct. Lebron James is on the list of time magazine's one hundred most influential people may show when first time, right? Yep. Greg mayor Pete Pete Buddha. Judge is he on the list. I know Steve loves them. I'm listening. No. All right, j I don't love him. He'll know Jay going. No amaze. Yes. Or no is mayor Pete on the list. This is for twenty eighteen twenty nineteen as a freight.

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"bergman" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"bergman" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"I loved when I saw the first time the some Bergman movie made gave me some holidays, you know. Silence of the did you tell did you. Tell your dad's that you wanted to. Instead of. He really convinced me to to go for a job. I mean to learn to go as far as I could to study, and he was a hard worker. You know, he kept saying, you know, I sweat to to make the money and give you the food and the roof, but. I was couldn't help it. You know? I was burnt like we say the fire of the of the flora we say in French about the being in this. In this field of expression of art. You told me look it's like a bird in your hand. And I really loved that. It's true. And you want that birth to stay there. Or if he goes, he will be back, you know, and he kept saying don't work for glory don't work for for for glory, and this also really appreciated it, you know. And you still stick without today. I try to. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's a it's a great was super keep saying, you know, you you must be able to be happy sitting on a bench with a friend. Just having a piece of bread and cheese. You know? My ideal side. I I just loved to. It's it's great do to keep this in mind. You know? Because of the simple things and the even. Yeah. The it's an attitude. It's. It's all it's almost a thick. It's immoral in a way. That I think we we specially today. That's why it's so much. Boiling that people. Make us realize there is some you know that there is no in the economy the. The thinking of the before we were not so much people was easier to understood but today's age, and that you see that's little. Strength of the rich rich people the multinationals that they have the power, and they they manipulate the masses and the more. It goes also with the. Science becoming so. Going so far into the the. How to use the intelligence artificial intelligence and the robotic and all that. And it's going to be a. They don't spread what they earn..

Bergman
"bergman" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

12:28 min | 3 years ago

"bergman" Discussed on The Book Review

"Unquiet reflects the six taped conversations the author had with her father at the very end of his life. And then it goes on. But it it. So it makes you think this is nonfiction. And you look, of course, it is categorizes fiction, and she does start off with that. Does it then sort of switch gears? Not really I mean, it stays with these conversations, and it sort of goes back, then, but the these conversations are very unrevealed in a way that is if you want sort of find out about ignore Bergman's life from the transcripts of the conversations, you're not going to discover anything except that he was kind of a grumpy daughter-in-law old man and he loved Beethoven when he ate an omelette every day at exactly the same time. Will you have this quote about Beethoven where it I think gets to also some of the limits of this interview? Right where she says, can you tell me about mama. And he says I've been thinking about Beethoven, which is not exactly certain. And that kind of misdirection is there's a lot of that in the book, and sort of everybody does the narrator. Does it her mother absolutely doesn't? I mean, her her mother almost emerges sort of out of the shadows. As a more. Vivid and complicated figure than the father, partly because the narrator spends a lot more time living with her mother and knows her mother better, and they have a certain there's a certain mother daughter tension and competition that they have whereas her father. She spends time with him in the summers on this island where all of his other kids from you know, I think it's it's five different wiser, maybe four, different wives. He he and the mother leave him more never married, but he's in his office where he's a sort of a remote benevolent patriarchal figure who's not to be disturbed when he's working, but will invite his daughter and talk with her, and is kind to her when he sort of remembers that she insists the mother is is a much more complicated sort of dominating difficult figure, and I think the the the more interesting and kind of more raw and unfinished part of the book has to do the narrators relationship with her. I mean, there's so much in the way that this book. Sounds and in the interview that she gave with the New York Times magazine in terms of her willingness to talk about her parents like it feels like a very conflicted book an it. Yeah. And it's a very complicated thing because I mean, you know, obviously, Ingmar Bergman if most people could name one Swedish filmmaker it'd be him and one Norwegian actress believe women, but in Scandinavia itself is sort of like if this was a book by, you know, thirty years or forty years in the future by blue Ivy Carter that never identified her parents as Jay z and beyond say, I mean, these these are enormous dominating cultural figures of the last fifty or sixty years in Scandinavia, so to just sort of say, the father the mother the daughter, it's a little puzzling. And also, what's what's interesting, too is the public life of these characters is very blurred. So she'll mention that, you know, her mother, they moved to the United States of their mother can be on Broadway. But it doesn't mention. The names of any of the shows that she was in everything is kind of cloaked or obscured or blinded. But you just go onto Wickham pedia, and you can find out you can peace with Israel. You went into this with a body of knowledge because in addition to being a literary person, you are one of our co chief film critics here at the times. And I imagine that at least part of U N thinking like what am I going to find out about legal men and Ingmar Bergman? So let's just start with them. And let's start with him. I tell us a little bit about what we know about Bergman as a person, and as a filmmaker, and then did you glean any insight into him from this book? Bergman is a gigantic figure in film. Also, he was also a novelist. He was also a director of feeder and offer sort of cultural titan of kind that has few equals in in the world. And also from the standpoint of American audiences in the American public. He was a sort of a big deal in the arrival of international. Film of foreign movies into sort of the conscious American viewers, partly because his early movies were much more sexually Frank than than American movies were allowed to be that time and. Us an example and had very beautiful women in in fewer clothes than he would see in. Yeah. And he made of course, the seventh seal the great term paper movie sixties, and then with omen made a number of movies, the first of which was persona, which is an extraordinary movie favorite in a way. It's one that I come back to I mean, it's not the most accessible, and it can almost be seen as a parody of a sort of difficult movie. And there's actually a great, and you can find on YouTube a second city TV parody of it. And but they're smiles of a summer night there scenes from a marriage, which is extraordinarily fanny Alexander. He was both. I think a great filmmaker and also an air to Scandinavian literary and theatrical tradition of Strindberg and Epson the intense, psychological interests and the way that the sexual desire, and power dynamics and existential crisis all sort of come together in the in the face of his characters and leave Ullman if I can. You know, quote, something you said before we went on the air is one of the most beautiful women ever, an extraordinary actress and just a formidable town and the two of them made I think seven or eight films together their relationship didn't last all that long. But their collaboration was very important and very fruitful. So I mean, there are biographies of Bergman Lieberman wrote two volumes of memoirs so a lot of their own accounts of their own lives. And the details are available and accessible, and I'm not sure that this adds very much to that. Except that you kind of see them through the eyes of a child, which is something you hadn't before. So you see there Volna r- ability their cruelty, their carelessness, all these ways that parents can be around their children that great artists never allow themselves to be in public. I mean fathers in Bergman's films are particularly terrifying. People monstrous. Yeah. And cruel and tormented and tormenting, and he's not that in this book. He certainly. The center of his own universe. And in a way of his own cult of personnel in everything in the little compound on this island where he's in the summer goes according to his rules and his whims. And everything happens, you know, at a certain time and nine kids. Yes. And they screened movie every day at three o'clock, and you're not allowed to be late for them. And one of the ways sort of touching details in the book is one of the ways that the narrator knows that her father is starting to slip and starting to age that he's ten minutes late for something which she'd never been in life vote in your review that this is also kind of grief memoir, I think so I think it falls into that John. If it belongs to any John, right? Feels like it's that one where the drama of the book is the processing of the loss of a person who had been very important and very present. And who you're simultaneously trying to figure out who that person was and who you are without that. Person. Also, just even the spare nece I feel like the grief memoir. I mean, just thinking back to the year magical thinking, which is kind of standard for the modern version of John so much between the lines so much is about what's left out, and how difficult it is to say even the minimal amount that you can get onto the page. No at her intention was obvious. They don't know that she revealed it in the profile, but it feels from your review like this book is in a certain way attempt by omen to capture that three of them as a family that didn't necessarily exist really in in life. She wrote in the book, I was his child and her child, but not their child, and that there was not a single picture of the three of them. It's an attempt to compose that group portrait that never really existed each one exists in in their own kind of space, and she moves in between them, but and there there's also stuff in the book about I keep saying, the narrator because. We're going to respect that. This is a novel about about her marriage is about her husband's infidelity. I mean, there are things that have nothing strictly speaking to do with her parents, but it's sort of trying to paint a portrait from life that no one is sitting for they never sat together. This is not her first novel, the cheap wrote four novels before this. And I'm curious you have a copy of the cold song, which was the novel that came out here before this, which we both were add feels very different from that. I mean does feel it feels different. Although the structure is also fragmentary there's a chronological displacement. I would say one thing that similar. I don't quite how to describe it is this effect of being simultaneously right up close to characters consciousness and thinking and experience and also at a distance from it. I if feels like it is because it's not that it feels intimate. That's not the word because that's to sort of warm award. But it it feels very analytic. But very sort of probing when she sounds like her father's daughter. Yeah. I mean, you you get this feeling. Reading, and this may be sort of the chief of unquiet as the creation of herself as a character who you could imagine as both the daughter of this father, and of this mother because woman is also she comes across in this book very disciplined, but also very emotionally volatile in a way that the daughter also is and there is the steady relentless analytical gaze of the father. That is also part of how this girl how this woman perceives the world in profile ran in the magazine, she writes about her mother and talks about her mother in various terms. I know mother is still alive, you know, difference there. Yes. Yeah. And it's kind of interesting that this book arrives at least in this country. Just after Bergman centennial and leave women's eightieth birthday. I think it is an interesting thing that you take away from this book about sort of mothers, and fathers this mother, and this father is that he remains in spite of the conversations that are taped and transcribed kind of unreachable figure. Whereas the mother is right there all the time and her flaws are may be more evident to the girl. But also, they're sort of close and connected in a way that the narrator in the father, never quite are. He you're at this review. And you read this novel before that profile, which is always a complicated thing. Did you feel like after reading that profiled an interview with her that there was something that you might have known are come into sort of wished that it would have been it would have been useful to have it just because you know, I did some reading around and and certainly with book like this you have to do some research and some some outside reading, but on the other hand when you? Review? You're just trying to almost imagine that this thing existent tirelessly in and of itself. So what would it be like to pick up this book and read this if you didn't know or care who Marburg win and leave woman, would it be an interesting book, if you just plucked it off the shelf and assumed it was fiction, and sort of took face value description of the novel and turned out to be very very hard to evaluate it in those terms, but it's always worth a try. I mean, it's you know to sort of put aside, the research and whatever else contact just because when you're writing a review, you're just trying to tell the reader, you know, what is this? What is it? Like, what are you gonna find? If you if you pick it off the shelf. I feel like this is a good moment to mention that. Tony also, the author of a Bill called better living through criticism how to think about art pleasure, beauty and truth said, visit something you have given thought to something. I never stopped thinking is what keeps me up at night. How to do this? Tony. Thanks so much. It was my pleasure. Thank you, Scott is a co chief film critic of the times and this week he review. Unquiet? By Lynn omen, translated by Hilo Reinhardt in the book review. I'm

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YouTube adds feature films to view for free

Talking Tech

05:06 min | 3 years ago

YouTube adds feature films to view for free

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Get out the popcorn. So in a world where YouTube is now being viewed on TV sets marks tablets. The video network has quietly added the -bility feature films for free YouTube cut a deal with movie studio MGM to offer over one hundred of its films. Most of them, you haven't heard of the ones you have heard, of course, would be the rocky and Pink Panther movies. The original Terminator, legally blonde. And then it all falls downhill from there missing in action or films from other studios like Twentieth Century, Fox, Walt Disney Sony, Warner Brothers and paramount. But it's a start, you know, that YouTube is best known as the home of the short video clip, although some of its creators who make videos for YouTube like Shane Dawson and Logan Paul have recently been experimenting with longer original productions additionally YouTube is embarked upon longer original says part of the YouTube premium offering which. Each offer an ad free way to watch in Kane access to exclusive content. So these YouTube films feature ads unless you subscribe to the nine ninety nine monthly YouTube premium offering they appeared directly under the collection of recently released films and TV shows that YouTube currently offers for rent and sale. I think of YouTube is a place to watch short video clips and highlights from comedy shows not full length films, but I checked out the movie section and they've got all the trend movies, and and more. I saw crazy risks crazy. Rich Asians is there. Disney's the incredible too. And they're even advertising current hits. Like a star is born in bohemian rhapsody in the coming soon section expect to pay around five dollars to rent twenty dollars to own YouTube. Also offers episodes and seasons of popular TV shows like AMC's better. Call Saul NBC's, the good place in the classic. I edition of Star Trek at three bucks per episode where ten dollars to fifteen dollars for the complete season similar pricing to how apple does it on I tunes and Amazon with prime video. Now, you may not have heard, but in recent weeks, there's been an outcry over AT&_T's decision to kill the film struck subscription movie services, which is one of the few places online. We're film fans could get access to watching old classics be a streaming think about it. When's the last time you found a classic movie on Netflix? There are a handful on Amazon prime video, but most of them you have to pay to watch it just check it out the next time one of the Hollywood greats dies like Neil, Simon. And then go try to find one of his his or her films to to watch streaming. It's pretty rough. Now, many film pants have wondered where today's generation we'd get the classics like Charlie Chaplin's city lights, duck soup by the Marx brothers or Casablanca with Humphrey Bogart in Ingrid. Bergman not on Netflix Amazon prime, but they are all available on YouTube Ditto for itunes in food do but they cost to ninety nine to three. Ninety nine to view, and that ten dollars monthly from films truck was clearly a better deal, what YouTube is doing with the film's makes a lot of sense because you may not be aware of this. But nearly twenty percent of YouTube Ewing now done on TV's either on smart sets with the built in YouTube app where via streaming players like Roku, apple TV which bring the YouTube app to TV sets. Are you watching movies on YouTube? Let me hear all about it on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech, please subscribe to the show on apple podcasts. Please favored the show on Stitcher. And thanks everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you want to be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for officiant? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.

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The Oculus Quest is the new kid on the block

DLC

02:01 min | 3 years ago

The Oculus Quest is the new kid on the block

"But the big news obviously coming out of the is the new headset. And so I'm going to pull a Christian in full two stories into one and say, let's talk about Oculus quest because Oculus quest was announced it is the full codename Oculus Santa Cruz that they've talked about for years. Now. It is finally product. This is a standalone headset does not require tethering to any outside source. Oculus go of course is their low end and Oculus rift is the high end Oculus quest will sit in the middle completely self contained and will actually come with the Oculus touch like controllers. Basically the equivalent of Oculus touch controllers that they're not dental and it will retail for three ninety nine four hundred bucks in early twenty nineteen. That's a sixty four gig model. It will be powered by a Snapdragon eight, thirty five mobile. Processor.

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Uber to pay $148 million settlement for data breach

WIBC Programming

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

Uber to pay $148 million settlement for data breach

"Videos of him showing piles of cash in March nominations, no wicker and bragging about what he does increase argues, the case falls under a public safety exception crease and says it was a matter of time before somebody got killed Eric Bergman Ninety-three WABC mobile new after a data breach. Indiana's. Uber drivers are getting to share of court settlement, Kurt Dr. Arlene reports win the breach happened. Hackers had access to the personal information such as license. Numbers of Uber. Drivers in all fifty states. Uber said they tracked down the hackers were able to get all that

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Game Preview: Dolphins at Patriots

Even Money

01:15 min | 3 years ago

Game Preview: Dolphins at Patriots

"The Miami Dolphins, three Miami Dolphins at the New England, Patriots patriots favored by seven and a total. Here's forty eight. So I'm looking at the underlying data for these two teams, and there's no question that the dolphins have not just been better, but been they much better team, but the pot, the spot. Screams for the patriots to bounce back. I'm gonna trust the underlying numbers a little bit more, but going against the New England team that's off back to back losses. I can't do it. I lean dolphins. I'm gonna put one unit on the dolphins just because the numbers at seven, seven and a half anywhere Steve or seven everywhere you're looking seven hundred number or so. Make sure by the way, Todd Bergman l. Birdman on Twitter, Todd, make sure you got me at getting seven units, seven points for the Vikings. I'm putting a unit on the dolphins. They've been the better team. I don't think they're going to win the game. I think the patriots win the game, but I wouldn't be shocked if the dolphins one. And I do think that they keep a close. I love putting unit on teams. I wouldn't be surprised if they win the game and they're getting a decent amount of points. Gimme gimme the dolphins, one unit getting those seven points

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Hurricane Florence: Clean-up begins in the Carolinas

The Ray Lucia Show

00:03 sec | 3 years ago

Hurricane Florence: Clean-up begins in the Carolinas

"The cleanup continues in North Carolina after hurricane Florence more. Now from USA radio's Timberg people in north and South Carolina are still dealing with major flooding after hurricane Florence as rescue efforts continued. Josh, Bergman is a volunteer firefighter. He talks about what it's like to go out and search for his neighbors power lines. You gotta look out for it's just a totally different atmosphere. It's one of those things you never know what you're going to get you hope for the best and expect the worst now aside from rescuing humans pets are also being rescued that were abandoned on Porteous. Josh also recounts the story of two dogs that they rescued we saw and it was just the right thing to do. And we went up and they were a little apprehensive. And you know, just like the people around here they saw we were there to help. And we're happy to see us

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Backstreet Boys' singer Nick Carter will not be charged in sex case

Mac and Gaydos

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

Backstreet Boys' singer Nick Carter will not be charged in sex case

"Backstreet boys is off the hook when it comes to rape charges. Actually boy. Nick Carter was publicly accused of rape last November by Melissa Schuman. Who was a member of the pop group dream? She says Carter raped her in two thousand three when she was eighteen Carter claims their relationship was consensual. She filed a police report in February. Now, the Los Angeles County district attorney's office is weighed in saying it won't pursue the case. Because it's too old the statute of limitations expired in two thousand thirteen the news comes as Carter just revealed on social media that his wife suffered a miscarriage. They have a two year old

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Mr. Trump, New York Times and Trump discussed on Mark Levin

Mark Levin

01:26 min | 3 years ago

Mr. Trump, New York Times and Trump discussed on Mark Levin

"Body of a missing alcohol woman found I'm Cindy Burkey. That's one of the stories we're following on AM seven sixty the body of an alcohol woman who went missing in. Arizona was found in the desert there Monday. Kierra Bergman who was nineteen went missing August fourth after she left. Her job in Glendale, Arizona. She had moved from San Diego to the Phoenix area. Earlier this year with her

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