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"billy dis" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

04:21 min | Last month

"billy dis" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"Nurse underscore penny on tiktok. that's fantastic. What message of hope and encouragement. Would you have for anyone who knows that this is on the horizon free for you than themselves or their family members i went i would encourage people to really take advantage of hospice in to not be afraid of of enrolling in hospice. When the time comes it's such a fantastic service that it really enables people to have closure at the end of life. It supports the family. Not only during the time that the patient is on service in dying but for up to a year after the patient has died. We provide grief support services. That's a medicare rule And we actually. Many hospices will provide grief support services to someone who has lost somebody within the last year regardless of whether or not they were on hospice So you know i really. I really hope that more people will start looking at hospice in a different way and understanding that we really just want to. We really care about Making the end of life experience the best that it can possibly be in light of a situation. Yes it's sad But it's going to happen to all of us you know none of us are going to get out of here alive like i said and To be able to provide support at the end of life Really really valuable thing which you guys do is fantastic here in ohio. Everybody knows about the cleveland clinic and other hospitals from this area were well known for medicine. My hospice care. I'll shot up to altman hospitals which is probably not as well known across the country. But it's still a major very good hospital here in ohio their hospice staff Was absolutely fantastic. The the the people that came to the home The people that came to the home right after death They were just absolutely fantastic and it. I certainly hope that anybody listening to this does not need that type of Care anytime soon but these types of sticky situations are a reality of life. And if you do need it embrace it and accept it and allow people to help you. Don't wait until in europe s. Everybody in your family's a mess part of staying strong for your for your loved one and being there for them as taking care of yourself and the hospice really does a good job of helping you as well as the person who's Who's dying in rhode gravely. Ill whatever the situation may be would you. That's accurate thing to say hundred percent. Yes absolutely okay. Benny thank you very much for being on the program. I i really appreciate you talking about this. I was anticipating this episode of thank you very much for coming on and thank you for not being too. Sassy within your stayed in line. So i stayed in line with very careful to once again. My name is billy dis. You can find me on twitter at billy dis and you can tweet me anytime. Just always say you'd have to be nice. You don't have to agree with you. Have to be nice or just ignore you. Thank you very much for listening to our podcast today and until next time. Have a great day and we will talk to you again very soon. One i am from the self titled billy dis by guests. You can find me on apple. Podcasts stitcher tune in iheartradio and many more of the best podcast networks. Join me for my commentary and interviews. Follow me on twitter. Really's defined at billy ds i m dis love to have you listening..

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"billy dis" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

05:05 min | 2 months ago

"billy dis" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"To actually consider the the notion that you could be wrong or that other things to consider about how you feel about a given subject and that was like with the old days when when news was a public service you had a sit through news that you may or may not didn't like to get to your favourite program that started at seven or eight and now the entertainment begins when the for the evening begins during the news program or it'd be our. It's twenty four hours a day on your favorite news network because they tell you what you like. And it's not a matter of challenging what you're told but it's a it's a matter of challenging your own perspectives. Is this really all. There is to know about this subject how i feel about it what i know about this subject is. That's is that all. I know or are there some known unknowns. What don't i understand. what should i be. What questions should i be asking. Why should i accept the information. That's coming to me as just the knowns that i need to know okay just a snippet there of one of my commentaries from twenty twenty. That one happens to be about news. And as i discussed earlier will probably do some more commentaries throughout the year of twenty twenty one. Twenty twenty one. How did that happen. Where does time go. I remember when the year two thousand. When i was in school. That was like so far away. You know it was like science fiction and here. We are almost twenty one years after the year. Two thousand just unbelievable. The year kicks off our first episode of twenty twenty one b Debuts january fourth okay. That's a monday and it is with linda day smith. She is the author of a book standing against the rage which is a book about the absolutely horrific case of domestic violence. That occurred to one family in the nineteen thirties and ultimately this is a story of hope because it has to deal with a survivor and how that person was able to get on and live a very fulfilling life after this incident. And we also speak about in generalities about domestic violence in general and once again. That's gonna be this coming monday. January fourth twenty twenty one olinda day smith our author standing against the rage. Also coming up this year. I don't wanna get too detailed because a lot of these interviews haven't been completely nailed down yet with all the ts cross. But there's one that's coming up with a hospice nurse. This nurse has been in the presence of people dying many many times and she's gonna talk about some similarities and terms of what happens. Let's say as people are crossing over and she doesn't necessarily try to validate or dispute any spiritual beliefs if that you may have or not have but what she does do is say. Hey this is what happens. Take from it what you will so. That's gonna be interesting to hope that comes together. That will be sometime shortly after the first of the year probably late in january or the first february lots of other. Good stuff coming up to as always you can find me on twitter at billy dis and i also have the facebook page abilities podcasts. Pretty make a comment. If you have any questions or suggestions we try to at least recognize anything that anybody puts on our social media posts and we greatly appreciate the feedback and we appreciate the lessons. I am dis. Thank you very much for listening to our our podcast today. And let's all have a great twenty twenty one. It's got to be better than twenty twenty right. My very best wishes to you for a very happy new year. Well hello everyone. I am from the self titled billy dis by guest. You can find me on apple. Podcast stitcher tune in iheartradio and many more of the best podcast networks. Join me for my commentary and interviews. Follow me on twitter. Released defined at. Billy ds i am bob. Love to have you listening..

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"billy dis" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

04:30 min | 2 months ago

"billy dis" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"Of hope would you have to get through. I understand the question. I think you gave me an image. That just hits me hard. The idea of all the people that maybe won't even ever listen to this and won't hear this message and sitting at home with that six pack along and scared and i think the word is. I remember how i felt. I felt humiliated. I felt completely helpless and completely hopeless one of the phrases. That really has been instructional for me. Is that if. I do not become humble. I will be humiliated. And i don't wanna live that way anymore so i think that reaching out to for me reaching out to someone else who has struggled maybe through the twelve steps maybe therapist who is either like minded or understands addiction or understands maybe multiple traumas at anyone. That's listening to this my gone through. It's not that we're going to fix things today or even a week or even a year. It's the fifty percent of the solution is making a decision fifty percent of the solutions. If you're listening to this right now is picking up. That phone like i did to call gene mccarthy. I was shaking to the bone. When i made that call i school. Drop-out couldn't spell his last name. I was dirty. I had been bleeding. I was sick. And i had no hope but i made that phone call and what i recognize now is. That's the decision that really where i am today. It's not something i did last week. That was overpowering. Lee changed my life and and made me the man i am today. It was that decision and then the next decision and the next decision. The decision not to do it alone is one of the most important ones listening to a podcast. Like this is great being a participant in a program or at least the healing process is what really takes us to the next level. We need to participate. We need to be a part of not just around. You have a great message. you're very well spoken. I know you have a youtube channel. Where can people find out more about you. Find your content online sure. Of course you can look for. Kevin bar height. The spelling bar height is always a little difficult. So you can also just google dear. Stephen michael's mother which is the name of my book. Both of those will find me var high dispel b. a. r. h. y. If you look for me and google search you'll find me. I think you're gonna put all the links below if you can find the links in this in this podcast. You can find me there. And i'm on youtube. The book is there. But i'm also on twitter on facebook. I have a group there. And i have a page there. And there's a few other places that are probably the most opportunity to get one would be linked. But i'm hear anyone wants to touch base. I'm here can't say they are night. But i'm here on a regular basis. Be be great if you reached out. Sure dear stephen michael's mother a memoir is the book by kevin bar height available on amazon. Where can people Find a book. That's correct it's an amazon exclusive. And you can also if you have kindle unlimited. You could read the book right this minute so go ahead and go grab it and enjoy very good. Kevin thank you very much. I know it's You do a great thing by telling your story because The more stories that are told the more people realize they're not the only one and That's very important. So thank you for being here today. And i know you tell your story many times on other programs in your own platforms. It's it. It's a good thing. It's a good thing that you're doing. thank you sir. It was really nice to meet you. Great to spend time awesome. Thank you very much kevin again. I'll say the name of the book one more time. Dear stephen michael's mother a memoir author. Kevin bar height Do check that out. Thank you to our audience for listening. I'm billy dis. Just let everybody know you can find me on twitter. That's kind of my social media home. You can tweet me anytime. I always say but you have to be nice now taking. It's up to disagree but you have to be nice. I am billy. Dis and for my guests kevin today. Thank you very much for listening. And i'll talk to you again very soon. Well hello everyone. I am from the self titled billy by guests. You can find me on apple. Podcast stitcher tune in iheartradio and many more of the best podcast networks. Join me for my commentary and interviews. Follow me on twitter. Released defined at billy ds. I am loved you listening..

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"billy dis" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

02:48 min | 3 months ago

"billy dis" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"Well hello everyone. I am billy dis. And this is the billy dis. Podcast a welcome. I'm absolutely thrilled that you are here with me. Today is dorthy rosbif dorothy. I'm doing very well. How are you crazy. it's crazy time. We're going to talk about that a little bit..

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"billy dis" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

04:46 min | 4 months ago

"billy dis" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"Very few county illegal votes easily win. If you count the illegal votes they can try to steal the election from us if you count the votes that came in late. We're looking at them very strongly. A lot of votes came in lake. Hope and i hope it could provide some comfort and solace the two hundred thirty minute. Thousand americans lost a loved. One is terrible virus this year. You are listening to the billy dis. Podcasts all right well hello everyone and welcome to guest. My name is billy dis amidst thrilled. That you are here. This is your first time checking out our show first of all. Welcome absolutely welcome. We love having you here. You can find abilities podcasts. Pretty much anywhere podcasts..

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"billy dis" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

07:46 min | 9 months ago

"billy dis" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"The. The Earth against this expanse of vast snus. Wouldn't that. Give you a sense of how we're all in this together. It is there really that much importance in all of the borders? Is it really that much importance in? Race is really that much importance in social economic status. Why don't why does all that stuff matter so much? That little ball that's up in the sky. That would be in the sky. We were out in space checking out earth. That little spaceship. That little Blue Ball has produced every life that we've ever known. And the air that we breathe. No new shipments. Of Air have been brought to Earth. No new shipments of waters and some giant ups. Space Truck. That replenishes our Earth we rely on a system of decay and renewal. And the same system that supports us on that Blue Ball. has supported every living thing that we know of that has ever lived. Whether, it'd be Napoleon or Julius Caesar. Or Trans Ours Rex. That's how vital that ball is. And I'm kind of folding this in in to. What we talked about earlier in the podcast. With all, that is happening right now. The understanding of our world. The importance of life, the fragility of life. You know if you live to be eighty or ninety years old. That's a long time you're lucky. A lot of people don't make it that for. All right. That's only eighty or ninety trips around the sun. That's it. Out of all the billions of times. That the earth has gone around the Sun. All we get if we're lucky. Is Eighty or ninety trips and that's it. You're done. You're rides over. Next. And It should be so important to us that we work so hard to make sure. That all of us all of our fellow people, and all living things on earth I'm a humanist in that regard, I feel that all life has value I love animals. And they're on the same ship that we are. And we should value the resources that we have on this earth. We should value all life. And I would say as human beings. We should be spending our time making sure that since we only get eighty or ninety trips if we're lucky. That each one of those people each one of those. Souls that are going around that ride around the sun that each one of those trips around the sun is as pleasant. And as love filled as possible. So to me, I get so much more out of our venture into space than a rocket ride. Or some science-fiction. You know 's thing. There's so much about our world. Our world does not end at the top of the atmosphere. What's up in those stars and everywhere else is the source of what gave us our world. And it's all a part of where we live. Every bit of it is. So I would say. What. That's one of the things in the contrast. With this weekend. I'm watching the protests and all the pain and sorrow. That's going on on in this world on this earth. and. The space x program was going on and I just wish that more people could. Share in the humanity of the world that we live in the place that we all share the kinship that we should all have. So I if you don't. I. Don't know if you don't hear anything else that I'm really saying about the space program kind of remember that police. That's kind of where I come from as a person. and. I'm going I'm going to leave you with a quote from one of my favourite scientists Carl. Say and I'm GonNa leave you with that quote before I get into that. I I. Do want to remind you that next week. We won't be live. Okay next week I, if all goes well with the scheduling Dorothy Rosbif will be here on the program. We're going to talk about her book. And that will be a studio production. Okay and When we go live the podcast. Follow me on twitter. Real easy to find at billy DIS on twitter. And we also have the Billy Dis podcast page on facebook now. and. We're trying to cultivate that and do more with it, and if we go live on any week that we go live, we will announce it several days ahead of time on twitter and facebook that we are going to be live, and of course if you miss it, it's no big deal. we do the lives Monday night and Tuesday it's. So Tuesday either a studio production or the recorded live podcast plays for that week. There are times when even more episodes come out, but at the very least we really try to stick to that schedule of one week, okay? This is a I'm gonNA. Leave you with this I. Don't know if if it's one hundred percent quoted correctly. But, I'm going to read it more with feeling that I am one hundred percent accuracy in. To me, the feeling of this is much more important than we're. All the periods and commas go. So I'm GonNa leave you with this. Our planet and this is Carl See my one of my all time, favorite scientists. The late Carl Sagan. Our. Is a lonely SPEC. And the great enveloping cosmic dark. In all our obscurity. In all this Vassilis. There is no hint that help will come from elsewhere. To save us from ourselves. The Earth is the only world known so far. To Harbor Life. Like it or not for the moment. The Earth is where we make. Our, stand. Well everyone I am really dis from the self titled Billy. By guest, you can find me on apple podcast, Stitcher tune-in iheartradio, and many more of the best podcast networks join me for my commentary and interviews. Follow me on twitter release defined at Billy Ds I am Billy Ds. I love to have you listen in..

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"billy dis" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

06:16 min | 9 months ago

"billy dis" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"Right we'll hillary one. I am billy dis. Welcome to the podcast I'm absolutely thrilled. That, you are here if you have never checked out the billy these podcast before we are primarily an interview and a commentary pod guest. And you can find our podcast pretty much anywhere. PODCASTS or font including I tunes Apple Podcast, spotify iheartradio stitcher on down the line tune in many many more. And one of the reasons why I always tell people where they can find the podcast, even know they. They might be listening to it already as odd as that may seem. We are getting picked up by more and more carriers, and sometimes people just stumble across our show, so I want to make sure they know the name of the podcast and where they can find us normally. And we have been picked up by a very large carrier and I want to welcome any new people who are listening to our podcast I. Hope I am saying this correctly all right? IT IS SPELLED J. I O. S. A. V. A. N.. And from what I've been able to research, it is pronounced, GEOS, Soviet. Okay. And they are a very large Indian online music streaming service, so we want to say hello to anyone who may be listening to us for the first time. Thank you very much for having us. We so appreciate it. Last week we touched a little bit on the Joe Rogan spotify deal and I kind of went into some broad analysis. I guess of of podcasting in general going to follow up with that today. And! We're also going to talk a little bit about spacex and some of the things that happened there over the weekend, but before we get into that. Needless to say the Georgia, Floyd tragedy out of Minneapolis has gripped the country. And just prior to going into production for for this week's podcast, I struggled. With whether or not I should go into it. There's a part of me who who feels very obligated to speak about this because it is, it has impacted so many people. And at the same time, though the situation is still unfolding and I feel, there are some very important voices that were directly involved and impacted by what happened in Minneapolis and I feel that their voices should be heard. I. And this situation is also very fluid. It is unfolding day by day. So I decided. Yes, should talk about it, but to go into it in detail. The time just isn't right. But it does absolutely deserve our attention, and I did prepare a commentary and play that for you right now. Our. Country has been shot by what happened in Minneapolis over the course of a now notorious period of eight minutes and forty six seconds. In the days that have followed since protests have erupted all over the country. There has been such a dichotomy in the various videos that have surfaced during this time. There have been very poignant images of police officers and protesters hugging each other. There has also been very good points and information brought forth by the discussions and the various speakers at these events. Simultaneously the already tragic events surrounding the death of George Floyd have been exploited by opportunistic individuals who want to riot loot and further increase the tensions in our fragile society. Political Opportunism has also risen its head. It seems that pandemics and tragedies of any kind are not above being wrapped up as political fodder. The past few days have produced many conspiracy theories. And fuelled fear and distrust of the media, governmental officials, and even our fellow citizens. It is for these reasons that have avoided going into this topic into any great detail at this time for one I. Do not want to disseminate information that may be wrong and secondly I do not want to cover these tragic events as a method of generating content for the sake of this program, the events surrounding nece situation are currently still fluid and unfolding day by day. After some time passes and the voices that need to be heard on this topic at this trying time have their day. I may choose to provide some commentary in the meantime I. Only two cents is to please not be too quick to react to information and images that you may run across over the course of my lifetime. I have attended very diverse schools. And I have worked with a cross section of society over several decades over a number of what must be in the thousands of my associations. I have not knowingly been aware of any member of a hate group, or at the same time someone who participated in a drive by shooting, and I would be willing to bet that that is the case for most of you. The number of people who actually participate in these kinds of activities in our country that numbers over three hundred million is actually pretty few, and far between yet the images of crime, the images of hate seem to permeate the media and our pop culture, the vast majority of us want these same things out of life for ourselves and our children. We wish.

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"billy dis" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

16:21 min | 1 year ago

"billy dis" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"We are on I tunes. Which was apple podcasts? Now iheartradio spotify tune in stitcher. The Billy Dis guests and you can follow me on twitter. You can tweet me but you gotta be nice now. You can disagree but you gotTa Be Nice on these studio line a with me. Today is earl mccune. How're you doing? I'm doing well how are you doing? I'm doing okay and what we are going to talk about today is. We're going to talk about what's happening.

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"billy dis" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

11:37 min | 1 year ago

"billy dis" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"That's awesome. I know that I'm trying to if I had some. I met a few in Ohio. Okay I don't know that I've I've met somebody out of state and interestingly one of the accounts that I have For doing production work. I connected to on twitter. I've been doing work for her for almost ten years and I still to. This Day have never met her. So yeah it's it's it's amazing. How the how. The world works in that regard. Now if you were going to give advice I if somebody came. Let's say they are. And before that you WanNa talk about your your books the interviews you do with others and stuff and that kind of leads me into this because when you do marketing for authors now one of the things that they almost always tell you is to get a twitter account started Because anything involving music. Which is you know here again with downloads. Now it's not like you have to be at a record store. You can access that material anywhere in the world and same with books now You can either order a book on Amazon or obviously there's the electronic versions so it's so easy when it comes to content To make that available and twitter has an instant reach. It really does. What would be your advice? Let's say to somebody who has something going on? They have a new album coming out or they have a new book coming out and you tell them what you really should get involved with the writing community on twitter. So start a twitter account. What would be your best advice to have a good experience To have a good experience well I think it's changed for me going back to your original thing of how it's changed. I mean I used to if somebody wanted to connect with me. I would connect with them. No big deal I think now. Actually I do a little more betting so I won't just follow people because they're following me okay Yeah Yeah because what I find happens is a follow them back in the next thing you know? I get a DM. Hey how you doing buddy. Well first of all not your body you know and or they start immediately pitching something immediately immediately. It's like wow. That barely went through. And I'm already getting a pitch so I think I would say don't be afraid to not follow people back honestly. I know that sounds Kinda counterproductive. If you're trying to build a business get you. Yeah but to me you want to surround yourself with the people that are your people the people that you want to surround yourself not people that potentially are going to bring you down in some way I would say. Don't be afraid to follow honestly if you've been following somebody in suddenly they start saying things. Because I found those accounts as well. You'll have these wonderful sayings and quotes and then all of a sudden two weeks later. It's things that I go. Oh my gosh. I can't believe they just posted that but it was kind of like a bait and switch situation so I've found Matt as well so I'd say don't be afraid to follow. Also I think this is probably maybe the most important remember that Short tweets are public. That's true forever. Yeah and forever. Everybody mistakes I've made mistakes absolutely but some of the things that I've seen people post on twitter. I'm just SORTA cringing and all died. I don't know if they want that to be there. So you know I think before you event yeah. Well what I've noticed too is I understand there's advocacy for certain health conditions. And things like that but it does seem like there was a time. I'm old enough to remember when your your medical records for example where something that you were very private and now it seems people put them right in their bio. They have a whole list of of medical ailments right in there and it seems like they share so much stuff that you know. Twenty years ago you wouldn't have dreamt of of of putting out there in such a four word way. Is that just me or no? I think I one hundred percent agree. I mean there's over share culture and then going back to what you were saying about artists then versus artists. Now you know. People are so hungry for information about their favorite artists. Their favorite actor their favorite writer. And I get it. I I used to retain beat you know everything but that was controlled. Right yes twitter and other social media platforms. Just don't seem to be controlled at all and like I said once you put it out there it's out there I just think that people need to really really stop and think before they tweet. Yeah lutely absolutely. That's great advice. Some great insights here with you. Jay BEF- before we go towards the end of the interview. I want to talk just a little. Bit about your. Your book reviews. This is this. Something you've just started. Recently or your. I guess it started a six to eight months ago and that started Interestingly enough Andy Rouse writer and I was approached by somebody who was Promoting his book and that book at the time what he's written a million bucks but this book was bloody sheets which is okay story about the cake a book. I actually never would have picked up to tell you the truth but they approached me asked me if I would be willing to read it and review it my policy around that is. I don't like to put negative things out so if I read the book and I don't really like it. I'm not going to review it. That's just the way it is. I read this book. It's like nothing I'd ever read read before it was a hard book to read Not It wasn't over my head. It's just the concept was like. Oh this difficult but I loved it. I loved Andy's writing style so I agree to do it but then I thought I want to take this a step further and so the idea for doing audio video book review or I just use the cover of the book and I always get permission and put it up on. Youtube was born. I don't know where that idea came from it just And then I was like well. There's so many other books that I love you know and other writers so I started doing them to tie Jackson. He's a children's book author but he's one of my friends from back in Massachusetts. We've been friends forever. I've done interviews with him before I decided. Let me do his books. Also I wanted to do the interviews. I want to get back into interviewing again something I used to do in the past so I decided you know what? Let's let's do authors. Why not? I mean I think Thai was the first author I had ever interviewed back out. Under how many years ago this was. Maybe it could have been eight years ago. I don't remember now and I just want to get back into it and I decided. Let's let's do it now. I've interviewed a lot of authors and The to me. The ones who are most interesting are the ones who tell personal stories. I just interviewed. Aalborg here of about a month or two ago and she wrote a book about her mother's memoirs from the Spanish Civil War. Quite frankly I did not know that much about the Spanish civil war okay and and to hear her story What happened In Spain during that time and then her life as an immigrant coming to this country It really there are a lot of things that touched on. What's happening today? A lot of the things you hear about refugees and a lot of the other things so it was an interesting parallel and to hear from somebody who actually experienced. It was very interesting. I find those kinds of personal journeys just absolutely fascinating the ass so absolutely athlete and there's so many books so many authors and they're wonderful and I just I just want them to get some exposure. I guess point. Yeah well I gotTa Tell You you are An Amazing I. I'm I'm just enjoyed listening to you. Have this This great voice. You know you have this confidence in in what you're doing and you're obviously a IQ creative person you it's you you can feel the creativity and the passion for what you do. Where can people find out more about you? What what exactly is your twitter screen again. It's tuned talks so just T. U. N. E. Talks T. A. L. K. 's Okay and do you have any other social media website or anything like that you WANNA mention before we go Well I mean people can find all of my work on Youtube Under my name and There's always linked in as well if you want to connect their honor. Johnson's You know I have. I have a couple of websites. However they are very much outdated and revamped and all that good stuff so and there's nothing updated on there so that doesn't even make sense to do that at all. Yeah and that's it I think. Yeah Okay Well Ginny. I wanted to again. Thank you so much. For for being on the PODCAST. I really appreciate it. I'll spare the audience the details but with this we had a while. Getting this schedule We both had some things happen with scheduling and some other things. We finally got it together and and so glad to have had you on the podcast. Once again we have been talking to Janai. Didn't and she is on twitter at tune talks. Do check her out. She has some great interviews and some things going on very worthwhile to just to hop on twitter. Say Hello to J. Tweeter whatever follower. Thank you very much for being on the program today. Thank you for having me billy. I'm glad we finally we've finally got this to work. Yes yes mission accomplished right. It should have been. We had some technical. Just let the audience that we had some technical issues prior to getting this on so we finally got it together. I'm very happy now. If you want to follow me for those of you who are listening you can follow me very easily at Billy Dis. You can pretty much find me on all the social media platforms at Billy Ds. I really have not been that creative with the screen name. So really defined as you can find these podcasts. On most of the major podcasting Clark forms including Apple podcasts. Spotify stitcher Iheartradio those once again. I am billy dis. Thanks to John and thanks to our audience for listening to our guest.

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"billy dis" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

09:34 min | 1 year ago

"billy dis" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"People at a nightclub and you go to out to breakfast at two or three o'clock in the morning after work you're you're gonNA hear some really really bad stuff okay. You're going to hear everything about men. Women whatever okay in the end it. It's it's the way that those things are spoken about in those situations and that's important because if you are at a table with a bunch of nightclub workers after work at three o'clock in the morning at an all night diner that is a different audience then some other time and that's very important okay. It's not that you're being someone that you're not it's not pretending to be somebody else and all that other stuff that people conjure up. It's just you have to know your audience okay. There were things that I would say on a stage in a comedy club that I would never say at my day job doing a business presentation at a country club. Now that's just common sense but anyway like I said I'm going to talk mostly about this from the perspective of men but I can tell you. All people do this a couple of times one time in particular. I can recall being out at one of these breakfast Little get togethers after work and a female bartender was that our table and she went through this ten minute routine. I'll call it of her ex boyfriend's penis and how it didn't have a head okay and a lot of these things that she were was talking about. Were not only crude. But they were mean. They were very now naturally. Everybody at this table is in hysterics And let's just say for the sake of argument that we were somewhere where I would have had a left. A Mike Open or a camera had been rolling and she had been taped and years later years later she's running for Congress okay and for whatever reason. Her campaign is getting national attention. And I come up with this tape. Talking so crudely and so mean about a man's Genitalia and by the way if that situation was flipped if it was a man hugging about female genitalia mean-spirited way completely. Different conversation. And we'll have that. Maybe another time another place. That's even worse for whatever reason but it would be bad for hers. Well it'd be hard for her to explain. While she was performing a sex act on a man she discovered his traits is physical traits and was ridiculing him publicly for it. Now here again. Would that be fair? She was having that conversation with. Presumably friends were companions at three o'clock in the morning in a in a diner. That was almost empty. Did she ever want that conversation publicly? Spread around on the six o'clock news where families are watching. Okay now let's take a similar situation With all men and I can speak about men because I am a man I I believe me. I don't know everything and everybody's different. We all know that and we also know that women talk among themselves in a way. That's unique to them and that's really what this is all about. That's that's the point. I'm trying to make. Is We interact with people. We talked to a certain audience. We relate to them in a certain way that we would not to another group. And I've been in this situation probably a million times. Let's say a bunch of guys go out during the middle of the week and they feast on Chicken Wings and they have these big conversations about all these beers that I know nothing about. Because I don't really drink but we're having a good time. And all of a sudden one of them stands up and says all right. I guess I gotTa get going guys. It's been real late night. GotTa get home and give it to the own late at night. I don't give a tour real good. She's a real bitch in the morning and everybody starts laughing. Tom Go home and give it to her are now. Is that crude? Yeah but is it. Really? What's happening know what's really happening? Is he standing up and saying hey guys having a real good time and we're going to have to do this again but it's getting late and I was really looking forward to spend some time with my wife tonight and everybody at the table? Knows that's what he's saying. Everybody knows that because they know him and they know his heart and they know what he's all about and he's just being a man he's he's being humorous in the way that he knows how and he's feeding his libido maybe a little bit he wants to feel like Vero and Italy's other things and it's it's completely harmless but here's here's the thing. Let's suppose somebody taped him and he was running for mayor and they presented it as listen to how the mayor talks about his wife. This is what he this is how he feels about women and how they should be treated. Would that be fair? He never intended that banter with his friends with people that know him to be public consumption and I just really have a hard time with with trust being violated in that way and as a matter of fact I would also add that. I don't necessarily have a problem with someone talking about sexual things in various sexual experiences that they've had. I don't like it when they talk about someone specific case it's one thing to listen to women talking about men coming in all different shapes and sizes and. I'm not talking about how tall they are. It's another thing to listen to men Talk about breast sizes and all these other things and and how they hang or what have you. It's another thing to have those types of conversations and identify the person that you're talking about that I don't like when someone who shares a moment like that with you whether it's a one night stand or whether it's someone that you've been with for years when they become naked with you I feel that you have an ethical obligation not to describe the most intimate parts of their body. I feel that's that's really bad. I I really want. I'm sitting in listening to that. I I really don't find it humorous. The the humor gets lost when someone is violated in that way here again. Speaking in generalities talking about past experiences in general this experience that I had was someone at one time. That that's fine but when you assign a name and an identity to it I really don't like that. I don't like it when men do it and I don't like it when women do it and I'm not one for Raunchy Talk Anyway and I'm certainly not one for speaking about women in strictly sexual terms. I never have been but I understand the banter. I understand the context of a private conversation. I understand when you're in a closed door meeting. And you're having a heated discussion about a customer or your competitor. Whatever you're going to call them names you're going to do things. You're going to say things about them that you would never intend to present to them. As a matter of venting. And you talk about options in a boardroom. Where you're you're exploring your options. Sometimes you have to explore the worst options to know what the alternatives are and do have those little moments taken from you and presented as this is the person that you are. I feel is very unfair. I don't know if I made that clear today. My discussion or not tried. That was the best I could do. A Billy Billy podcasts. Very much appreciate the listeners. Always do comment tweet me. What have you on twitter at Billy Ds? I am billy dis and this has been the abilities by guest. Well hello everyone from the self titled Billy These podcast. You can find me on apple podcasts. Stitcher tune in iheartradio and many more of the best podcast networks. Join me for my commentary and interviews. Follow me on twitter really defined asked Billy Ds I am DIS. Beloved ahead you listening..

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"billy dis" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

11:43 min | 1 year ago

"billy dis" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"Did I Have Patricia? H McLeod the author of the Green Goddess of gardening. How're you doing today? Pat Gray Well Vail and you. I'm doing absolutely fantastic We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA talk about your book today. And the the green goddess of gardening and just briefly describe it. The book describes exactly how and what to do to develop gardens and then care for them. It is a concise resource regarding the most important steps to achieve a beautiful garden in an easy to understand terms. The both teaches the reader. How and when to water fertilize prevent bugs prune and many other topics of interest to the aspiring. Gardner are right well this This sounds like a very useful resource. So why did you write this book gave you the idea well after resigning perennial? God? Who's an landscapes for clients and friends? I soon realized after many telephone calls and emails that they did not know how to keep the guidance beautiful and could not find the correct information therefore I decided that they needed help and to give them that help. I writing the green goddess of gardening. Okay how there's a lot of books about gardening and fertilizing and how to make your lawn beautiful how to do things with your hedges and all this other stuff. So what makes this book different from other gardening books well? It is quite different than other gardening books. Which have lots of pictures and only tells you if a plant needs sun or shade? The green goddess of gardening takes the Rita from buying the plant to a step by step process to achieve that dream. Guide US A lot of people who have read the book they say it has very good information for beginning gardeners and those who are more advanced well beginning Godmanis as well as those in advance told me that the chapters on some of the individual plants have given them more details on how to plant those in. Kaffa them that they really get in other books. Also a Advanced Gardner was reading about roses in my book and then told her husband. Well this is why roses and not blooming as well as they should and so that. It's takes the beginning Gardner from at step two step and the advanced God. They people have told me. Well they didn't realize you had to fertilize your contain a plants consistently and they also said. I should have written the green goddess some gardening. A long time ago would have been a great help for them then and it's a great help now to the beginning as well as the chance Guidon. Why do you emphasize the power of correct fertilize Asian? That's very important. Proper fertilization. Means the difference between blooms are no blooms at all our spice balloons. When and how much to fertilize. And what kind of US is detailed in my book? Because it's very important if you don't fertilize If you don't realize too many people just think they plant the plant. And that's it but fertilization. For blooming plants you would use the super phosphate and but of all. Plants need some help with fertilization. Because they nutrient Skep- leached from the soil by the winter winds by by moisture by Snow. So that the the various plants have different requirements for fertilisation and. I've gone thoroughly on that for various plants and and told them the importance of it. Okay now the book is written in dark print and large lettering. And it's easy to read and understand. Obviously you did this deliberately. I did. I definitely did having tried to read so many gardening magazines that are written in the smallest prince ever so I had it written in dock prints and good size lettuce so that's the green goddess of gardening is an easily breed without running for their glasses and the book can be kept in the gardening baskets for easy reference. And IT'S A IT'S A. It's very easy to read and so many of my friends have also told me that. That's great. Oh I'm sure that I mean the one thing I can't stand is trying to go through some information and you and you practically have to have a magnifying glass to to to go through it now. Container Gardening is very popular these days. When you go to the hardware store or any of those things there's whole sections for people who WanNa do container. Gardening does this book cover the proper containers in plants. That are that are best for this. Only certainly does container. Gardening is very popular and can give a burst of Kala in prominent places discussed the various types of containers whether this stone cast iron cast aluminum and Particularly Clay Pot should be Either from Italy or or Vietnam because the highly fired. So you have to be careful. When using the clay pot to make sure that they're not gonNA burst asunder in the winter. That will that that is something I never would have known Why do you dedicate a chapter to the species Lilies and another one on day lilies well species release and day. Lilies require their own chapters on their Karen Culture because the Garin culture is different. True Lilies are perennial plants growing from bulbs and have different fertilizing needs and can be prone unfortunately h the lily leaf beetle because these species Louisa. Quite beautiful but in the early spring you'll have to check them as coming up in a little Preventative sprayings and whereas the day lily grows from fibers roots and too much nitrogen fertilizer stimulate green growth and the plant grows too fast to actually bloom. So that you have to know just precisely. Wenge for as lies what to fertilize with and on your fertilizing contain that when you buy out of the bag or container they give you Three items that are in that bag of fertilize tells you how much nitrogen how much super phosphate and how much potassium so that. You know that you would not give the day lily a lot of nitrogen because as I just said. The plant grows too fast gloom very important a now. This is kind of obvious but it's very important. Good incorrect soil is obviously the foundation of a garden. It's what fuels the plants. It's it instead of energy and stuff now. Does the book Take you through the some of the steps of achieving the right soil. Oh certainly certainly does. We stopped right out in the first chapter. I believe Discussing soil at Foundation Foundation Foundation. How many times do we hear that? And the correct soil is most important for the health and growth of the garden. The book takes you step by step to Co achieved the right soil consistency. And of course the proper drainage and I've gone through The components of the soil and actually They have The Ph is very important also and should be tested. And you can test this with a gadget that you can get at the garden center and then ask the the the Guidance there to give you the right amounts you measure the area and whether it's the perennial garden or whether it's something else a Bush or flowering tree. The plant needs different types of soil. And I take you right by step by step to find the right soil. That is fantastic. This is great information for anyone who wants to start a garden whether it be on your patio. Or what have you very popular? I believe that plants Do give as a certain set of homelessness to a home. It makes it kind of warm and yeah mix it a home and have you always had a love for plants? Well yes as a matter of fact. being perhaps In Elementary School on Saturday my mother would want me to help with the vacuuming and my father wanted me in the garden. I race out to garden and I've been there ever since that's where are you from basically Boston Massachusetts Jr. Okay. Well that's great ton patriots doing well as always much to the dismay of my friends here in Pennsylvania. That's funny okay. All right well. The Green Goddess of gardening is available on Amazon and again the author is Patricia. H McLeod the author of the Green Goddess of gardening. And we PAT. I Really WanNa thank you for doing the podcast Loads of information. Thank you very much. And of course anybody that finds this Information interesting at all will definitely want to check out your book. Very good then. Thank you bill for allowing me view. This it's It's great to get the information out to the public really because the book is really like a one. Oh one college course really takes you from step to step. Yes I have AQAP al. It's very detailed. It's a great book. Thank you very much all. You're very welcome and we also WANNA think you're again Donna. Cavanagh the people over H. O. Press Shore House bulletin and also corner officers any number of divisions of publishing over there Do check out humor. Outcast DOT com the lace to take a humor break. My name is billy dis and for humor outcasts dot Com and for Patricia. I WanNa thank our audience for listening to the podcast today and have a great day. Thank you and you have a great day..

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"billy dis" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

The Nerd Soup Podcast

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"billy dis" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

"So that's why she's so strong with the force because she's had to fend for herself all this time and that force power within her just manifested into such an overwhelming power. And then he was trying to create the opposite. The enter this is of Luke's. Walker? I like the theory to that Kylo might not be as strong as we all believed him to be. But I think I think palpitations connection is going to be with Ray, whether she's a clone of Alba teen or whether if he just found her somewhere, he discovered her on an I like the clone idea. I wouldn't hate that. Because like I said if those would be her adoptive parents that he gave her to on time travel was introduced into the I hope the cartoon series. Yeah. Yeah. In the rebels. So there's so many different. As troubles wellness. Pablo team comes back and tries to act like he's trying to savers is that what you're trying to say. No, I think he was the one who if he's if she's his clone that he was just trying to create the biggest baddest force user of all time. But I don't know. Do you have any theories about do you think team might have been the puppet master as it? I thought it was happening with hearing him in the background. Right. I mean, his presence is the ominous laugh it's great to have you back. I mean, he's fantastic actor you don't see him in enough outside of Star Wars. And I still say he was the best part of the prequels. A lot of people say you and McGregor as we won. I think Palpa team was the best part of that that whole trilogy. If they don't bring back swin, do you on this? They gotta bring back win for real though, if you're gonna keep helping it hasn't a body. Yeah. Exactly. There's no body for why do you thinking everybody? That's dead is still alive was the white and they swim. Do look. I'll just say those facts. Before I definitely see teddy watching like alternate history channel's, that's all. Conspiracies? I've been watching the secret book it's like a like America secrets. Say that they might come and get you. Yeah. I believe that. Now, he's he's going to tax me when we're done with this yo cut that part out about the secret book God he's done that. This trilogy. Got me excited though for stalwarts. I'm also happy. That's coming to an end Landau. Yeah. Dude. I saw Landau just to see Billy dis. Look, a nice, man. Yeah. Good. He's laughing with chewy back Valmond. Such a great Star Wars moment to see Finn and Paul. Yeah. Getting into the getting into more of the adventure sought of Star Wars. I mean, anything if you didn't like the narrative structure, the last Jedi. I and certain aspects of the film. I think the main core of characters everyone likes. Yes, I think especially Finn Paul Ray Kylo, I think they're very shrunk actor, so regardless of what you felt about the previous film. I think there's a lot to look forward to with this one even with Princess late. I mean. That lose something back to because force more powerful than well. What did you guys think about that line too? When Luke tells Raya thousand generation of jet, I live with inside of you. I saw that as she's been training with all them that she's almost gone through a brand stark training session with. No, I think it's going to be hinted at I think we'll see some of the force goes..

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"billy dis" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"billy dis" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Three PO. Anthony, Daniel C three PO and Billy Dee Williams before that the great Landau covers is going to be back in this next episode that comes out in December, by the way. Remember when I had Billy Dion a couple of years ago. Remember, something didn't go. Well. Well, it was pre scheduled by Billy dis people, and we call Billy Dee note answered the prescribe time, and again, nobody answered and. Way to come as call him again. Yeah. I said Billy Dee thanks for coming on. He goes, man. It's kinda early. Don't you think Steve? You this do you mean it's kinda early. But I understand when I understand he's doing fine. He's healthy and great and his movies. Eighty two years old is walking with a cane. But otherwise, he looks great. And when he talks, he's got that bravado. And swear that Billy Dee Williams bravado and swagger. After the interviews. I went out and bought some Colt forty five remember used to be. How's that a diamond encrusted Cain? Be good luck for you. A good look for him. I'll tell you what. He's still the king of cool. That's for sure. And all the people at the Star Wars convention who is your favorite nerd. Oh, wow. Where to even start with that? There's like seventy thousand of them there. That's crazy. There it it was crazy. But there was this lovely kind of brotherhood sisterhood. People were there to have fun and enjoy it. And I gotta say as easy as it would be to make fun of all this. It was actually a really really fun time. It was a good time. Well, that's great. One of our ladies in charge here Jewish stern. She went and she said, it was fun and had a lot of good picture ops. But she felt the lines and organization could use some tweaking. Well, she's like a drill sergeant. I'm sure she wasn't happy with Orgainzation organization is our job a lot of people. They don't go to something where seventy thousand people expect you're going to be the first one people when when I went for this for this event where they reveal the new trailer people waiting in line at four o'clock in the morning to get into that that the for something that wasn't even going to begin until eleven. So I mean, you know, these fans are they're dedicated. I'm not trying wait in line seven hours for life. Saving blood transfusion. Hey, we have a listener from the three suggesting that the morons and the girlfriends have joint convention together. Yeah. You know as much respect as Kathy and Judy had for me bet. They'll be all over that. I like that the girl the girl friends on one side of the auditorium the morons on the right? Yeah. Really awkward bad dating game. Yeah. You talked to her. I don't know what say. Say hi candy. I know several times Kathy and Judy got these horrible headaches because they were trying to have their eyes. Roll every time they talked to me. All right. So Senator VETS this is the Korean supergroup. This is the Korean boy band that Steve is become regional vice president fan club. Take a listen. Got up. That's. That skippy. Skippy. Right. The lead singer. Is Harpo Zeph. Oh. Lose all..

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"billy dis" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

The Nerd Soup Podcast

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"billy dis" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

"Feel like it feels a little feels like a little empty because the timeframe that the last shot I took place in at felt like they didn't build this new children at all. It's kinda just a sequence of events of a, yeah, there's no, there's nothing mythical or special about it anymore. There's no lower that they really expanding on. So So I I think. think does roles going to be not not a big role. I think he might there out to put them in a spaceship. That's nice. He can't really run around because Billy dis. He's an older man now, but yeah, I I'd like to see him in a spaceship. Maybe he's helping with the resistance. Again, I can't remember is guarantee. You'll get a reference when he goes into the falcon and we'll say something about his droid. Oh, yeah, hundred percent. I next about the falcon. I can't remember if it was a struggle surname, Lisa. You didn't see solo right. Oh, yeah. You saw with us, right? So with us, yeah, you guys get your tickets like you always do without me, they never rely. You mentioned me day off and say, hey, you come into the movie because you're not reliable. Let me just move around here. For example, hereditary usually come with us change a movie last-second than ago mission impossible supposed to go at us. Last second mission impossible on with this kid. I'm like, here, get this seat. He goes, okay, I'll get the ticket thing. I didn't yet because you put you told me you did right in front of me. Why didn't I said, all right, I'll get it. Can we get these tickets against because weeks in advance and then you're always changing your schedule. You're always doing something. You use schedules, busy, man, you're portent man, and I'm not gonna let your spontaneity and just because you're the most popular kid in New York doesn't mean that we have to suffer. There's was something to do. Oh, Misteri. Who would all. Mr do. So you think you are you talking about Landau nothing good old Landau and of course more camel, how are we going to get this Luke character that we love so much back, I think will be. So first of all, I think his death scene. The scene itself is beautiful. Yes. When he comes questions, exhausted this question for a while, maybe think he's imagining maybe someone smarter than me. Could I gotta go on some light also referred in the comments. But if you have an answer by all means, I'll push when he's when he's projecting himself and you know how he doesn't make a the. He doesn't make footprints in the salt, the red salts. So that implies that he doesn't hold weight. But when he hands the dice Soleil, she's holding something physical in her hand like that implies that it has some weight to it. So does that have an and Kyle picks it up as well after. So the dice have wait, but Luke doesn't. He's lying toast maybe because you both force sensitive. I'm just I really redoes somewhere. You're actually thinking I was watching and she with you. I don't know. I just noticed it when I was watching it again and I'm like, oh, that's weird. It's interesting. So I'm just knowing it out there. Scott started fighting the comments. All right. Well, like I was saying his death scene. Watching those dual sunsets. It's just as such a poetic finish. When you go to that CNN new hope and he's looking at the two sunsets, it was. It was perfect. I mean, I'm pissed off that he died, but I think there's a chance and I wouldn't like this that JJ says he's alive that he just went somewhere that he went to. Mark Hamill always says, Lou transported himself to a nudist beach or there's a yoda's to, oh boy. So maybe those was another perfect scene for iota as my favorite scene in the movie. I want to advocate destroyed the I want anikin but half Vader half anikin and his voice was like half robotic and he's like, Kylo. Why are you doing this? And then the other side's like, do it angel, the angel and the devil, one person shows sort and then Vader. Oh, that'd be dope too. I won't Mace Windu back. You smoke. Oh, yeah, you smoke. Isn't there someone say that was like a theory that he's not dead that Mason loop? George Lucas said, he's not dead that he didn't die. When he fell off the the building. Altos..

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"billy dis" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"billy dis" Discussed on About to Review

"This is his story of kind of a learning that confidence or not necessarily learning it because it seems like he has always had it from the first moment we see him but it is using that charisma and charm in in different ways after you may not have had it then yet will i mean even from the very beginning in the opening scene when you see him and he has to kind of start talking his way out of things like so here can ahead that charisma because where he grew up and i did like that you know that we need where you grew up in karelya it was rough like you grew up in the slums having to kind of make it by any means necessary and i did like that layer that they gave him because we see a little bit of it and then when he interacts with other people when he talks about where he came from the look on their faces i was like ooh you came from there and you got out you know so i like that aspect i think that they did a good job kind of layering in those little details without being like this was hans solo the child this is him as a youth this we just kind of get right into it as you know his twenty your old self but if he goes into that movie trying to be harrison ford movie fails true you can't you can't be harrison ford because it goes even donald glover's landau isn't billy dis landau is a version of landau but because glover such a charismatic actor it it works different yes so him going and trying to be on solo it just that would attack the film because you can't do that.

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"billy dis" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"billy dis" Discussed on Eating For Free

"Thank you jerry tell you what's going on from your side of the spectrum is the gay side i mean there's some that was kind of interesting that i literally did you hear about the solo movie the linda clover seeing character by donkey lever like we're baiting nonsense i could not handle it so someone made the joke that the solo script was written by j k rowling because they litter later that character that didn't explicitly identify as queer or bisexual or pan sexual was later ascribed to being that despite having no in story context to the ladder i have to like quote chris on twitter who was on the show he she killed me she was pretty much say like if you're getting clapped like during the solo movie like your sexual it does not matter at this point oh yeah i'm watching that but just hilarious well christmas funnier than either of us ever could be i can't get justice he doesn't get to be on our podcast just put us out of a job so what happened was somebody was asking about the whole script in about the character being penn sexual bisexual and what's his name kasdan mckinley pronounce it for the writer or here jonathan kasdan who co wrote the film with them his father when asked about the sexuality of linda clarice and what was the other character abilities role this is what the writer had to say it makes like it's very bizarre comes off very like like you know what you're talking about he said there's a fluidity to sit to donal and billy lee's billy dis sexuality i mean i would have loved to have gotten more explicitly lgbt characters into this movie i think it's time certainly for that and i would love the fluidity sort of a spectrum of sexual that donal appeals to in that droids are part of he doesn't make any hard and fast rules i think it's fun i don't know where it will go and i really just wear that and was like.

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"billy dis" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"billy dis" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Angle to be taken and saying i don't mind people reading into it which is cool but but it's not even that they said they don't mind reading into it right there like explicitly saying that landau like is was it was pan sexual no are they when they talk to jonathan kasdan the person interviewing said was is this character pan sexual and then john gazza said i would say yes there's a fluidity to donald and billy dis portrayal of landau sexuality i mean i would have loved to have gotten a more explicitly lgbt character into this movie i think it's time certainly for that and i love the fluidity sort of the spectrum of sexuality that donald appeals to and that droids are part of he doesn't make any hard and fast rules i think it's fun i don't know where it will go so i mean it seemed like they're like yeah he's yes sorta could be right but we're not gonna show you that on screen right that that is the way so this is the new way that you know hollywood has decided to portray characters who are lgbt hugh in blockbusters is that you'll have it may be open to interpretation within the movie and then you'll be brave in the press junket about the movie essentially so yeah i don't know i i guess it's a step in the right direction but i don't know where you can't it's so stupid like two like why don't just represent these characters in the film right then just doing the half ass woke version being the oh yeah i think i think that's fair because our would you afraid you're gonna put off like small group of homophobic audience members like i'm not going to this movie now right.

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