17 Burst results for "Blohm"

"blohm" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

07:44 min | 3 months ago

"blohm" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Double masking is fascinating pulled out of thin air without a shred of science behind it floated as a trial balloon by the high priests of the church of covid trial. Balloon popped without making a sound and vanished without a trace. Is it that interesting. Rodeo audio dr fauci saying they're now ready to start testing vaccines on babies as young as six months old. Now remember folks. The data shows that almost no babies statistically speaking you could round it. Two zero have died from covid. Oh but they want to stick you and put it in your children. Whatever is in whatever secret magical juice was ginned up so quickly without going through any of the protocols they wanna put it in every single one of you. Even your child listen to this for high school students. It looks like they will be available to get vaccinated in the beginning of the fall. Very likely for the fall term with regard to children. We're doing an aids the age de-escalation study in elementary school children from twelve to nine nine. Two six six to two and too much six months two years. We anticipate we'll have enough data to be able to vaccinate these younger children by the first quarter of twenty twenty two yup. Send your children to dr fauci. Let him put his magical juice in their bodies. What could possibly go wrong me. We've never had a situation in this country where a vaccine or medicine especially when rush to market caused problems. Marvelous marvin hagler died five days ago when he was in the hospital on life support. Thomas hitman hearns tweeted. Please pray for marvelous marvin hagler. We were rivals in the ring but friends afterward. He is in grave danger after taking the cova vaccine. Oh you weren't supposed to tell that so. He dies shortly thereafter and marvelous. Marvin hagler widow. Says we don't need any drama around why he died he just suddenly died. He was only sixty six and he was. By all accounts healthy he had no chronic conditions and he did not have a prolonged illness. The only thing that changed in his life apparently just before that was that he took the vaccine and then he died. But we're not allowed to talk about that. Whatever you're not allowed to talk about is the thing you talk about. Why is it so important you know. Facebook took my countdown for posting studies about Masks not being effective. I don't know if master effective or not. But is there the kathy we should be talking about. They removed posts. That i had put up about. How the lockdown. And and social media social distancing didn't work and they were very clear to me in a message. We're not allowed. That could be put. Why why is it so important that everyone believe exactly the same thing what's going to happen. Am i gonna convince people not to socially distance since weight is free. Thought a bad idea who decided this will be. The one story will all run with who you trust with that semester. Turner tells you to wear a mask when covid broke out. He took his his staff to a chinese restaurant in the media covered it as they sat there with their faces uncovered in eight because it was very important that nobody picking on asians and people weren't eating at chinese restaurants so they're they sat breathing all over each other probably super spreading the virus. There probably the worst spreaders in houston there. There were being filled doing it. How many other people then went out and ate at restaurants because as long as it's a chinese restaurant were showing because at that moment. The priority was showing chinese or asian voters. That we love you and that no amount of pandemic can cause us not to love you but then it switched over to. Oh but we could get control over everybody so now everyone must wear a mask but but a couple of days ago. You said no mask. Meanwhile who could have possibly seen this coming in. Milwaukee county headline local judge and former president foundation that runs drag queen story our for children arrested on seven counts of child pornography milwaukee county children's court judge brett bloem who was endorsed by the lgbtq victory fund for his position as a judge was arrested. Tuesday and charged on seven counts for possessing child pornography specifically depicting the sexual abuse of young boys. Brett blohm is thirty seven. He's also the ex president of cream city foundation and lgbtq plus organization plus is in case. We didn't get you included in there which is known for hosting drag queens story our a highly controversial event where men dressed as women and drag read out stories to little children the criminal complaint against blom details at up to twenty seven images and videos of minor children being sexually abused were uploaded on the messaging app kick k. i k. the location for the uploads was traced back to blow and his husband's house in cottage grove dane county according to the complaint the national center for missing and exploited children informed investigators about a kick user named dom master bb bb. He's brett blohm. What were the chances don master. Bb was suspected of possessing and sharing child pornography. They then found through his account links to his personal and work emails. Brett blohm dot master. Bb if you will was handpicked by democrat milwaukee mayor tom barrett as a candidate for the milwaukee county circuit court with tom barrett urging fellow democrat and wisconsin governor. Tony evers to put bombs named forward for the opening of the milwaukee county circuit court in two thousand nineteen milwaukee mayor. Tom barrett cited his twenty year close relationship with brett bomb. However governor evers did not appoint him to the open position. Blohm would end up going on to win being the first openly. Gay man to do so in milwaukee county. If you've known him for twenty years. I want swapping photos data..

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"blohm" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

08:56 min | 2 years ago

"blohm" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Before jumping off the roof of a building in Malaysian, east city. Unbelievable, apparently the voted for her to jump the number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week, pointing to sustain labor market strength, that should underpin the economy as the growth is still slowing a Saudi newspapers calling for surgical US strikes in retaliation against alleged threats from Iran. The era of news published Annetta to'real in English arguing that after incidents this week against Saudi energy targets. The next logical step should be surgical strikes. The editor Oriel says. Airstrikes in Syria when the government there was suspected of using chemical weapons against civilians, set a precedent, and they are calling for the US to do what it can against Iran. Howard Blohm, author of the Mohammed code with us Howard, that sounds like Saudi Arabia wants to take out around this sounds like a little war coming is a little war that's been going on for ten years, and it's about to get bigger if we're not careful. So here's the background Iran and Saudi Arabia have been at war with each other, since at least two thousand eight ten year war has been carefully hidden, it's disguised as a civil war in Syria. And it's disguises a war against a local the hoodies in Yemen. This Saudi Arabian war has been hyperactive, it'll last four days on Sunday and Monday, the Saudis, claim that to their tankers have been attacked near the Persian Gulf, those attacks were also said to have damaged oil Sacher tanker from Norway and another from the United Arab Emirates in two days ago, the Iranian-backed Yemenis who call themselves the who tease us. Drones to attack two pumping stations. And a crucial oil pipeline in Saudi Arabia. The Houdini drone attacks, stop the pipeline's operation for a few hours and this is a vital pipeline and today, the warplanes of the Saudis and the coalition partners carried out eleven attacks against the he's in the capital city of Santa, seven civilians died. But you've got to keep something in mind when you hear of attacks on civilians, in the world remember that Arab fighters hide, their stockpiles of weapons and their military centers under schools, hospitals and apartment buildings. So imagine you were an Arab fighter, your goal is to make your enemies hesitate about attacking you. So you use human shields, and you park, your military assets under civilian structures. The more civilians killed the better you can Bill attacks against you as war crimes and use them to make your enemy look bad in the global press. Now, when response to the attacks of Iranian proxies today, the herb news published the article you were just talking about telling us the United States to carry out a surgical strike against Iran. To understand. But you to understand all this going on, you need a crucial bit of history in nineteen Seventy-nine, Iran had a revolution. Iran's secular groups felt they had won the revolution. And thought that they would rule that instead of gang of religious scholars seized control of the country, these Islamic scholars were convinced they had a direct line to God that their form of Islam revolution was God's will. Revolution would sweep the world's fifty seven Islam IQ nations. Yes. There are fifty seven nations on this planet and Iran expected. It's form. Former holy revolution to bag every single one of them. One nation of top of around surrogate list with Saudi Arabia Iran's goal was to topple the Saudi Royal family and literally cut off its head. That's eight thousand people in the Saudi Royal family since then around has been ever. So slowly encircling Saudi Arabia surrounding it, and putting its neck and news to do, this Ron uses proxy armies, puppet, armies, fourteen of them armies, under the control of Major General Kacem Suleimani had of the Iranian, army's coulds brigade especial units that sets up and runs. Proxy armies in foreign countries Iran's proxy? Armies are working to take powering get this Lebanon, Syria. Bahrain Yemen, Gaza, and Afghantistan. So Iran has Saudi Arabia squeezed from the northwest the east endless out, then there's the propaganda war. The Turks are using the death of Washington Post journalist Jamal kashogi to undermine Saudi Arabia's ruling prince Mohammad bin Salman. The kashogi affair doesn't seem to have anything to do with Iran's attempts to squeeze Saudi Arabia. But it does the Turks are now allied with guests who the Iranians and every detail of Jamal Koshi. Steph has been fed to us by the Turks, fed to us without evidence. So when you see a brutal and deplorable attack in Yemen, and you'll see many of them when you see a massive refugees fleeing Syria or another report on the kashogi murder. He one thing in mind the Saudis believed that they are fighting for their very survival. They are believed that they were in a war in which the Iranians are trying to take over and replace the Saudi Royal family with mullah's. That's true Howard. That's all true. If the deal is the western press, it is true, and the western press often falls for Iran's propaganda in so, you know, the Saudis are made to look like monsters and Yemen, and they are nobody should be killing civilians. Absolutely. Nobody should be killing civilians, but they're in a war for their further to that to the death. Well, I think what's going to happen. This is going to blow up and we're going to come to the defense of Saudi Arabia, and let us see what happens with the counterpunch from Russia or China, but something's going to happen in Iran. That's my take. Well, have you ever gone to bed? You woke up in, you had a little bites all along your feet. The probably bedbugs study that began as an investigation into the utterly bizarre way in which bedbugs reproduce has revealed that they existed far longer than humans DNA samples from thirty species of bedbugs reveal the insects have been around for at least one hundred fifteen million years. Can you believe that Rockland county, New York has been hit hard by the measles outbreak that didn't stop anti vaccination groups holding a rally in that area this week that attracted hundreds of attendees, let's check in with Dr Gary Ridenour and get his take on all of this measles. What's happening there? First of all, Gary with the measles outbreak around the country. Willie had eighty new cases have been reported this week and the number now is up over a hundred. But I have seen some sources. I've been listening to our show, and they said that they think that there's a hundreds of more than not been reported that many and who's the killer is that there is tens of thousands of people infected in Madagascar with a b three virus, which is not over here. And they have a thousand dead children and young adults. Now, let me ask you this. Do you think governments should force citizens to get vaccinated? If they don't want to good, good question. Oregon has forty percent of the children, not vaccinated and a Bill to eliminate excuses, except by a doctor died in the Oregon legislature yesterday. The dead. State, your state, California. You've got a only dumb you band, even all you bend, all non-medical excuses. But we're still getting cases popping up in California. So the anti vaccines are getting the word out and it's it's misleading. I ran into an anti vaccine them site today and started reading along and the misinformation, I just have to paraphrase paraphrase it and say lies were by non doctors. And when you propose one of these misinformation, they move on and invent a new one. We're gonna see what happens for that forced vaccinations that's going to happen. Plans have been unveiled for three thousand mile an hour plane that will fly passengers from New York to London in just ninety minutes are actually working on this. The planes could travel at speeds of more than three thousand with a range of forty six hundred miles. It'll be powered mostly by existing technology. Wow. Get up to coast to coast AM. Dot com. You should do that on a regular basis anyway. Look in the highlight reel. Look at the picture of the Christ like figure appearing in the clouds over Argentina people. There are going nuts looking at this. It is bizarre. I mean when you look at the picture it looks like a hologram of Jesus up there in the clouds, it's, it's with his arms out. It's just really strange. We've got that picture for you. Coast to coast, AM dot com as we reported earlier a jury in Oakland, California has awarded a couple two billion dollars in punitive damages after concluding that sustained exposure, the Monsanto's popular roundup weed, weedkiller led to their cancer diagnosis. The couple will receive an additional fifty five million dollars for pain and suffering, and to cover medical expenses, as well in a moment, Jeffrey Smith, author of genetic.

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"blohm" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"blohm" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"By traumatic experience from the past Adelaide grows. Increasingly concerned that something bad is going to happen. Her worst fear soon. To become a reality. When four masked strangers descend upon the house forcing the Wilson to a fight for survival. When the masks come off the families horrified to learn that each attacker takes the appearance of one of them. They're one of one of themselves. Mirrored image is basically, this is a very tough movie to talk about without spoiling things. So we will give quickly off the top are score as quick of a thought as possible. And then we'll jump into spoilers. This is directed by Jordan Peele written by Jordan Peele a blunt house production. It was it was a produced by Jason Blum distributed. By Universal Pictures was this was a blunt house production, right? Was the plummets. I know Jason Blum produced or was a producer right Plum house affiliated okay blowouts affiliate. Yeah. Monkey pop reductions. Okay. You're right. Tangent. Universal attributed regardless Jason Blohm involved because Jason Bouma's his hand in everything at this point. Which is as we've talked about many times while the impresses the PD. Dion goes in this Winston Duke moss, shout, the hijacker yob duo Matinez in this. We recently talked about him when aquaman and. Yep. So yeah, us this is a I wanna say device it, but it's a very it's a movie that is causing a lot of people have conversations about it. And that fucking rules because it's not a movie that is controversial in the fact that people are bitching and moaning and debating things just debating what they think about the movie and how they read into it. And how they viewed it this lived up to my expectations. I was very into this moving. I loves movie I need to see it probably four or five more times. Is it as good as get out? I hate that comparison. But that's just how we're gonna have to do this because it's Jordan Peele. No, I don't like as much as get out. However, I still give it a very high score. I think Jordan Peele is unbelievable. What he does his ability to execute a script in another idea is flawless. There is a few things that I think I would have changed maybe. And I think we'll probably all gonna agree on that. But he executes everything he goes out there and tries to. Do and it plays out perfectly. Like there there really are no bumps in terms of how the movie plays out how it's paste. And how the story hits all beats. I gave it a ninety three to one hundred. That's two notches below get out thought that was slightly better. Be before. This was a horrible movie one of those hormones version. It's it's just it's very fucking good. I absolutely loved us tro balls. I agree with you on a lot of things. I I'm gonna break from my normal convention and also give it a ninety three his wanna give it more than ninety. But I also would peg get out at around ninety five and I didn't like it as much, but I didn't like it that much less than get out. So it's just no it's it's tough to follow up on get out because that was such a brilliant film. This is brilliant too. I thought Jordan Peele and the marketing behind this movie in the lead up behind this movie. Played it up very well. In terms of not getting our expectations up too much. 'cause I I never expected it to be as good as get out because I think get out was just a phenomenon, but what we got like Jeff said was more of a horror movie it was from a production standpoint. And again, I hate talking about like cinematography techniques because I am the least qualified person to do that. I loved him in this movie. It was very visually pleasing. The lighting was great a lot of horror movie suffer from being too dark. This one was very dark, but it served a purpose. I liked the characters I liked the I like the first twist. We'll talk about that a little more and the rest of the movie, I thought was was good it stumbled near the end I thought and overall that might have lowered a little bit..

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"blohm" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"blohm" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"I don't know. Like, I think this is where it's sort of diverts into the young adult novel. Yeah. Territory kind of thing. And everybody's making a sacrifice, but they've got a sacred. And yeah, exactly I look I think I think maybe some of that was mishandled. I think there's some I think Hugo's character like he has a stop in an end point. And I think they went they stuck they they stop at the end point. Then when had we get him twohey a- and it felt a bit control. I'd like to was the end, especially we'll talk about that born spoilers. But no, I agree with my gray with that the getting back to the city. It felt really breathable. Does that make sense like it felt alive? I should say for a nice linen. But I felt felt mice. I caught myself watching in the background for characters who would just walk past. And they've just go to robot arm. It's just like a minor thing. But it adds to the to the world, you know, where it's not just all the characters that walk past the screen up front have robots and there is and then you look in the background like they've they've taken the time to kind of flesh it out like that. Again. I don't know why everybody's losing arms in this unit. Gangrene? I guess. Yeah. Leprosy leprosy leprosy came back in a big way. Good good about time. I say, yeah. The so I felt it in for the most part like real sets. And and yeah. And they kind of manage to blow the line in the same way that like the Neal Blohm camp like champion district nine kind of implement real realistic or lacy. We have listened to probably the best example of robot limbs in technology with real pipe and a city in the sky, which has all the best, and then it's comeback city. Don't get why everybody wants to go to the city in the sky because nobody's being they're like no one's ever been up there. Nobody ever gets there. But I'm going to get a medal. Metaphor might something. Probably not doubt. And even somebody says at one point. So that you go up there like you're not anything like people are gonna make funny because you suck. Yeah. Why wouldn't they just catch you and throw you back down probably becoming up? That's right for you one of those pipes. Yeah. Buddy pops. Yeah. I just thought that was yeah. Sure. It was a metaphor. But I just thought it was a strange goal like the city Dan on the earth is it's it's not terrible. It's not the it's not the robot cop future murdered and stopping your show this trees and shit, and you can go out. You can get a coup motorbike. It's got one where you play dumb, rollerblade sport. Yeah. You can who cares about that sport. Though. That's not an interesting sport at all to me. No, I felt there's a couple of segments is where a later joins the leg. She's she's bloody there she's zipping a bat, but it's kind of like I don't care about. If you win the roll the ball tournament. You get the whatever. Who cares? Well, I think I think that just get a plane and fly out there. Did you win the Rollerball tournament? You get to go to the fund city of fun. We to we talk about that. Maybe it's a Bansi castle did what? So in in this movie. The the the main sport that people enjoys is motorable, which is sort of this extreme super at mash up of roller in basketball. Right. You you you you skied around this track? And you grab a bowl and you put it in the goal..

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"blohm" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"blohm" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"S to camera marking the first time feature film was shot using a full floor right cameras. So I think that that really answers it. I'm not taking that fight. What would you guys give this movie? To at least truth or dare was funny. I give it to. There were no redeeming qualities to this movie whatsoever. No, no. If I was super high. Let's say toned out of my mind still think no I would. It would some seen some of the graphic violence would mildly intrigue me so three this one on his as a rideshare, but it is very bad. This is bad. This is one of the lowest rated movies by our audience. It's at nine out of a hundred and one of the fewest rating, it's like a hundred which is that's I mean that is like lowest bio massively wide margin. Even the favourite early has like five hundred. Here's here's a one good part about this movie. Mary Queen of Scots. It was so dull and boring and bad that right now, I'm not really remembering that much about it. So didn't clog up my memories with just like shitty scenes or anything like that? My brain was able to dodge the attack by this shitty. Movie last thing, and they'll get the trills. Final thoughts and score sim budget was around like eight million made twenty four million a up water in one that I really like Chris Stockman? He's great reviewer on YouTube. He said that he pointed out he was the first to say out of the reviews. I watched that it's a cash crap like make the movie low budget makes money there in one fuck set the entire movie, basically is this movie stinks. Not scary. How's it different than any other horror movie, though? Like ninety percent of them are cash. Cruel talk about that a bunch troll brings it up with Blohm house. That's bloom houses model, but this was not a plumb house movie tro. Final thoughts score. Yeah. I mean, less edited two hours ago, but. I'm not joking in two hours ago. Somebody did edit. Can you see I don't know how to do that? It's from that. He saw on the congress where Kapiti edits somebody in the Senate. Key on this. Like on the movie was it was released the two weeks ago and somebody's still on the Wikki edit. It's price somebody at the studio movies bad, and nobody cares about it. When the Wikipedia page plot summary and the movie's been out this for for two weeks. This was definitely the the Wikipedia was set up by the studio. Honestly, you probably edited can Jack right now just some like random nonsense. Nobody would ever catch it except for Yvo pay. Yeah. I'll put in our average into the plots. I'm just going to do it right now. Let's see what we want to say. We want to say who played who we want to say who in the office mardi mush. It's a it's a felony to Wikipedia felony. No. Mardi mardi was in. He wasn't house of cards. Oh, yeah. Freddie mentioned already moosh as what we want to call his character. She a secret service Asian. Yeah. Yeah. It's it's a crazy seem to see mardi mush like dressed in a suit. As. May name like Austin powers characters like a lot of China or something. He's like he's like the guy in the movie. Dave that picks president Dave up off the ground. That's morning bushes character as long name the as the guy from Dave who picks Dave up off the ground the guy from the movie Dave got the president movie. Dave when the president has a stroke in the president has strove for sky the picks the president, Dave not his real name up off the ground picks. President Dave this is. Real name. But I forget the name of the president from Dave. Take a screen..

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"blohm" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"blohm" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"S to camera marking the first time feature film was shot using a full floor right cameras. So I think that that really answers it. I'm not taking that fight. What would you guys give this movie? To at least truth or dare was funny. I give it to. There were no redeeming qualities to this movie whatsoever. No, no. If I was super high. Let's say toned out of my mind still think no I would. It would some seen some of the graphic violence would mildly intrigue me so three this one on his as a rideshare, but it is very bad. This is bad. This is one of the lowest rated movies by our audience. It's at nine out of a hundred and one of the fewest rating, it's like a hundred which is that's I mean that is like lowest bio massively wide margin. Even the favourite early has like five hundred. Here's here's a one good part about this movie. Mary Queen of Scots. It was so dull and boring and bad that right now, I'm not really remembering that much about it. So didn't clog up my memories with just like shitty scenes or anything like that? My brain was able to dodge the attack by this shitty. Movie last thing, and they'll get the trills. Final thoughts and score sim budget was around like eight million made twenty four million a up water in one that I really like Chris Stockman? He's great reviewer on YouTube. He said that he pointed out he was the first to say out of the reviews. I watched that it's a cash crap like make the movie low budget makes money there in one fuck set the entire movie, basically is this movie stinks. Not scary. How's it different than any other horror movie, though? Like ninety percent of them are cash. Cruel talk about that a bunch troll brings it up with Blohm house. That's bloom houses model, but this was not a plumb house movie tro. Final thoughts score. Yeah. I mean, less edited two hours ago, but. I'm not joking in two hours ago. Somebody did edit. Can you see I don't know how to do that? It's from that. He saw on the congress where Kapiti edits somebody in the Senate. Key on this. Like on the movie was it was released the two weeks ago and somebody's still on the Wikki edit. It's price somebody at the studio movies bad, and nobody cares about it. When the Wikipedia page plot summary and the movie's been out this for for two weeks. This was definitely the the Wikipedia was set up by the studio. Honestly, you probably edited can Jack right now just some like random nonsense. Nobody would ever catch it except for Yvo pay. Yeah. I'll put in our average into the plots. I'm just going to do it right now. Let's see what we want to say. We want to say who played who we want to say who in the office mardi mush. It's a it's a felony to Wikipedia felony. No. Mardi mardi was in. He wasn't house of cards. Oh, yeah. Freddie mentioned already moosh as what we want to call his character. She a secret service Asian. Yeah. Yeah. It's it's a crazy seem to see mardi mush like dressed in a suit. As. May name like Austin powers characters like a lot of China or something. He's like he's like the guy in the movie. Dave that picks president Dave up off the ground. That's morning bushes character as long name the as the guy from Dave who picks Dave up off the ground the guy from the movie Dave got the president movie. Dave when the president has a stroke in the president has strove for sky the picks the president, Dave not his real name up off the ground picks. President Dave this is. Real name. But I forget the name of the president from Dave. Take a screen..

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"blohm" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"blohm" Discussed on About to Review

"I mean, those that is one of those things where even if you even if it is to tasted really true, that there are less female directors to throw a line like that out there is is problematic. So there's an article actually the av club did this article of ten female directors who are already in the horror genre that are being successful and what I the reason I said is the number one choice for them was GD Salguera who has been on my show before she has a friend Vancouver based filmmaker Luce Gor productions, like she found a niche for Mexican horror that had not been being done. She has been incredibly successful in it. When I read that, did she do one? I think she did one on. I saw it. At that horror film festival go to every year at Blohm nap leading, oh bone bat. She might have. Who called ghosting. She could have. Yeah, I'm not. I did not go to out. You should go to pump. That's correct. I mean, you've been talking about a great and went up. Everything's, you know, I think. I think in Jason's case, I think before US Mars people, we understand the land bridge meditation and other Martires groups because we deal with it all the time. So I think if you're not part of that, you don't deal with it daily. Yeah, it's easy to overlook and to enter just, you know, it goes over your head and allied that he came out and then like that was a dumb thing. Yeah. So a couple of days later after he got checked repeatedly online from female, horror directly on the filmmakers follow filmmakers because the craft as as soon as they saw that and they sort of retuning and be like, hey, what about this person? This person, this person put out a statement that was it was really well thought out. It was not. Because what he said versus what his apology kind of was felt genuine. A lot of these that we see, I apologize for how it made you feel like. For what you said and how it what the repercussions that had. So yeah, he did apologize. I mean, blunt house is something that you and I both have liked quite a few of their things, and I just it is a gap in their model. He did say that you know that they have had women producers and behind the scenes stuff, find a director. They're out there. I will link to this av club article because he's ten female whore directors are all solid. I was gonna say, I was going to say that I just had to pull this up. One of my favorite film people to follow is pollyanna. I'm going to butcher last name. I want to try it. She has a new horror film. She's working on raising money for called Sherman park. Okay. Yeah, I'll send you the stuff you can link. Great, funny, funny follow but also good filmmaker supposed to try to raise money for this project. It's a horror film. It's it looks hopefully pretty cool, man. So I'm so check it out. If you're interested in other young independent, horror filmmakers at a women. She's definitely super into the John and you know, and that was brought young filmmaker. I, I'm really excited when I see young filmmakers who have really bright ideas and these new ideas for telling stories so so she's great because I'll send you the info yet for sure that the other thing is, you know, these indie film directors. They know how to work with budgets. Blunt house has been pioneering small budget, horror films, Halloween didn't cost that much money. No. Oh my gosh. Thirty million. I mean, if that it was it was thirty. It was low. So anyway, so that would it was a problematic hot take of his. He apologized for it, felt genuine. Pre proof is in the pudding. We'll see you start putting your directors out. Exactly. So and then the last bit of news, not the top story last. News on the heels of iron fist being cancelled. And everybody was like, who cares? Blah, blah therapist. Luke cage got cancelled and everybody lost their minds. Really people were. It would just a little crazy Lawrence. There were so many means and it was like people who are upset during Luke agents. These fake Jamaican accents, blah, blah, and they cancelled was like what you can't do that. So a loss of mind, it's Africa Neville. It is after iron..

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"blohm" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"blohm" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Controversy clinical like is a mental disorder in which the patient believes that he or she is wolf or some other non human animal probably stimulated by the once widespread superstition. Controversy is a supernatural condition in which people actually assume the physical form of where wolves other animals. The delusion has been most likely to occur among people who believe in reincarnation. The trans migration of souls. Usually persons deemed to take the form of the most dangerous beasts of prey in the region. You know, like the wolf or bear in Europe, northern Asia hyena or leopard, Naff rka the tiger India, China, Japan. Elsewhere in Asia. Other animals are mentioned, you know, but the superstition and psychiatric disorder are linked with belief, an animal guardian spirits vampires, witches, where wills, folklore, fairy tales, legends of mend nation that people show. Evidence of like lichen, throbbing belief. I guess this possibly could explain some medieval confessions. You know, I guess there's a chance of some of those people really did believe they were wearables. It also helps explain some of the variety of other where creatures around the world is well, it seems to be a very rare disorder though intrigued by trading a patient who thought he was aware wolf. Dr John Dirk, Blohm assistant professor of psychiatry Saikia psychiatry university of Gronigen the Netherlands, mind the archives of psychiatry to find out how calm the condition is found that since eighteen fifty, it's only been fifty six original case descriptions of people who believed they were metamorphosing into an animal among them. Thirteen reports met the criteria for clinical like controversy. The the the adjective clinical used emphasizes condition doesn't mean actual like controversy. The ability to metamorphose into a wolf. The doctor said what I felt that goes out saying, we'd like to make a distinction. This is clinical like this one. I think they are animals not like ought to be when you know when people really do this stuff, the remaining cases variance of the condition. And in the March issue of the journal history of psychiatry, he said, I had expected to find more cases because textbooks condition has mentioned quite often in passing. Yeah, such such a low number of clinical icon. Three cases reported in over one hundred fifty years suggest it's very, very rare. Also random. Trivia hyper hypertrichosis is known also is where we'll syndrome, and this is a term used for the growth of hair on any part of the body in excess of the amount usually president persons of the same age race. Sex, including androgen induced hair growth is generalized and circumscribed forms. Hypertrichosis may either be an isolated finding or associated with other abnormalities. And this is that thing. I believe that like they'd have these side show things back in the early twentieth century and then have like the wolf boy, and it was somebody suffering from that. Condition that just had a bunch of extra hair on their face. So final thoughts. You're like vampires. The werewolf has been around in some form for few thousand years. It seems to the lower around. It seems to be a little bit more kind of widespread maybe than vampires. I guess the struggle you know, did did show up in a variety of ancient cultures, but the but the wolf kind of man does seem to be a little bit more widespread. Then the kind of the vampire folklore goes all the way back to ancient Greece. You know, there's obviously no written record of how many people were killed in the days before humankind had written language, but I have to think it was probably super common to be killed by wolves..

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"blohm" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"blohm" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"To pitch to the dirt detroit wanna tell and look like from our vantage boys at the glove got they're trying to do little swim move he's got he's got them that's not even close this that you're cory blaser gary cedars the crew chief out at the her one that baby up as angel shutout the astros tonight to out the yes so the game ended on video play review josh i was watching the astros vive when that happened and jeff blah when they went to the video replay it was clear the third basement got the glove down he was out and jeff blohm asks the question well what are they always say about the third out right you never make it at third base what a moment for the angels net game exactly right no you're you're right that's what that is what they say but either way a huge win for the angels to get that one last night yeah good start the yankees and the minnesota twins and a rookie has been lightened up the yankees swung on drilled igla that is high cut a hairs and do harm hits it bone and he's getting mickey with him he has another home run another extrabase in and the yankees four nothing lead john sterling on the yankees radio network miguel and do har became the third yankees player with extrabase hits in seven straight games for turning twenty four he joins mickey mantle and joe dimaggio i dunno just seems like a pretty good list decent i've heard of them.

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"blohm" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"blohm" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So the risk is very low which means you can embrace something that's different and it all this film all the original was pitch to dimension films which is a part of the weinstein company imagine it's fate had demand and said yes and this film was released by an entity of the winds in company so it's good it's a good thing that somebody said no before jason blohm and universal said yes although it's an interesting thing that that you bring up you know the fact that bloom house has come up with this business model i it interesting that and i don't know if we know anything more about jordan fuel stop process behind how get out became a horror movie or if it was always a horror movie horror is just kind of that way particularly because of lem house horror as you said cost very little duino if there was any contemplation by jordan peel about making it more of a straight ahead draw more straight ahead comedy or did the economics of horror movies play into the outcome of the film from the very beginning and a he said this is going to be a violent horror movie and that is the genre that he understands and loves he is a dude of scary movies unlike any student i have ever met he not only knows the films he knows why they work there's references and get out to the shining to silence at a lands to north by northwest a halloween he is a student of of genre he wanted to embrace the genre but he wanted to subvert a two and i think that's what makes the film so successful so yes he always wanted to make a scary movie in a making an incredibly good scary movie but it's still is ultimately a scary movie and isn't there a reference to the shining in the movie flight 232nds off yeah exactly which the reference to the room in a hotel there are shots that he borrows from silence little lambs the running early in the film the guy running across the.

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"blohm" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"blohm" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Toxic topic democrats are increasingly embracing political rhetoric that flirts with the impeachment of president trump they are signalling a strategy that could work its way into the mainstream in the two thousand eighteen midterm elections if the democrats capture more seats they may try to call for the impeachment of president donald trump it's was our story already they have collected some four million signatures demanding the president's impeachment it's going to be a strange rough ride isn't it well if you watch the golden globe awards the film awards yesterday you probably saw oprah winfrey give her speech it was truly outstanding now there's talk that oprah winfrey is actively thinking about running for president according to two of her close friends let's check in with our friend howard blohm and get his perspective on this hour this is intriguing ah it's amazing i hit it rotten when i heard about it this morning i would totally bethel i thought it was a joke 'bad i heard i've changed my mind after expanding three or four hours researching with i i never call you with a joke coward unit so here's the deal why should oprah winfrey ronkko predator donald trump who that you can win the white house with no political experience now whether a talented amateur can run the white house or ruins the white house is something we have yet to see that water oprah's qualifications donald trump built an empire that may maybe worth as much as three point one billion dollars oprah winfrey is running neck and neck at two point eight billion dollars but trump started with between forty million and two hundred million from his father oprah started from nothing her mother was he cleaning woman biography dot com points out that according to forbes magazine opener was the richest african american of the entire twentieth century and the world's only black billionaire for three years running life magazine hailed for as the most influential woman and regeneration two thousand five businessweek named her the greatest black flint philanthropist an american history and investors place adds.

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"blohm" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"blohm" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Paid off a lot of these women so it is slightly different but as far as these women they came out against president trump during the campaign you remember how organized of an effort it was i mean i even said at the time i then said you know this is just this has been laid out beautifully by the left i mean god the coordination has just stunning yeah you've got the pta comes out and then it was like the new york times and the washington post they ping pong back and forth with woman after woman after woman after sixty eight of them subtly just outta nowhere come out and started using president trump just at the exact time that p tape comes out you don't think that there is a lot of coordination between the media and these women and lisa blohm and gloria allred and the packs that were apparently lining the pockets of these women you don't think there was an organization some sort of an effort coordination to make sure they could do as much damage as they possibly could against then candidate trump because all these folks are hillary support you'll it's funny and i will get to the russia this week to bloom story you know it's funny when you look at the amount of when you look at the amount of coordination the and and how much there were so many various governmental agencies people who worked inside those governmental agencies the media the left of course and the republicans how many people were against president trump at the doj still what i wanted a shocking the by the way coming up trump allies are saying that robert muller unlawfully obtained fouls in of emails one of the things that i've been saying of our robert muller in this investigation is the fact that you do have the hunters are now becoming the hunted robber moeller and his a band of of mary anti trump investigators they have been the hunters but the more that we find out about robert muller the more that we found find out about his investigation and the people working for him the more people are looking at this and thinking that there is a lot more to robert muller and his investigation because the more you look at what he is doing and what he.

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"blohm" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"blohm" Discussed on WLOB

"Is she woke connect according to the hill and again this blockbuster in the reason why this is so blockbuster is a number of different the reason but one of them is because the sheer astronomical amounts that these women who women who were accusing then candidate trump of sexual misconduct they're making thousands of dollars so it's almost like these accusations are bought and paid for and when i go through this story for you and i want to get through it all in the first segment it it's really hard because there's allied here but it's clear at least according to everything that the hill put together that lease a bloom in her her conspirators coconspirators i would say they were hellbent on derailing this election nobody screaming about collusion between the russians and end president trump what about the collusion between lisa blohm and also some of these paks and some of these tabloid tv outlets and so forth they were paying these women for their stories i mean this is this is they should be what everybody is talking about right now it really should be for many reasons one of the things is when you read through this and i'm going to read some of this for you is the fact that what this does is this damages the credibility that not only of the clients of lisa blown but also the clients of gloria allred an in gloria allred as you may know is the mother of lisa bloom and so ultimately it was her job to make sure that these women got as much money as they could when they made up these allegations when they came out and accused the president california lawyer lisa blooms efforts included offering to sell alleged victim stories to tv outlets in return for a commission four herself a raging a donor to pay off one of trump accusers mortgages and attempting to secure a sixfigure payment for another woman who ultimately declined to come forward even after being offered as much as seven hundred in fifty thousand dollars i mean imagine that one accusation is worth seven hundred fifty thousand dollars to democrats the women's accounts.

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"blohm" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"blohm" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"For tax reforms so lisa blooming you would appear now that the part of what she does is she will connect according to the hill and again this blockbuster and the reason why this is so blockbuster is a number of different the reason since but at one of them is because the sheer astronomical amounts that these woman who women who were accusing then candidate trump of sexual misconduct they're making thousands of dollars so it's almost like these accusations are are bought and paid for and when i go through this story for you and i want to get through it all in the first segment it it's really hard because there's allied here but it's clear at least according to everything that the hilas put together that lisa blown and her her conspirators coconspirators i would say they were hellbent on derailing this election nobody screaming about collusion between the russians and end uh president trump what about the collusion between lisa blohm and also some of these uh packs and some of these uh tabloid dead tv outlets and so forth they were paying these women for their stories i mean this is this is they should be what everybody is talking about right now it really should be for many reasons one of the things is when you read through this and i'm going to read some of this for you is the fact that what this does is this damages the credibility not only of the clients of lisa blown but also the clients of gloria allred in in gloria allred as you may know is the mother of lisa bloom and so ultimately it was her job to make sure that these women got as much money as they could when they made up these allegations when they came out and accused the president california warrior lisa blooms efforts included offering to sell alleged victim stories to tv outlets in return for a commission for herself a raging a donor to pay off one of trump accusers mortgages and attempting to secure a sixfigure payment for another woman who ultimately declined to come forward even after being offered as much as seven hundred in fifty thousand dollars i mean imagine that one accusation is worth seven hundred fifty thousand dollars to democrats the women's accounts.

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"blohm" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"blohm" Discussed on Science Friday

"Are we look everybody knows on so i'm sorry of the truck we have to take a break we'll come back and talk lots more with a debra blohm and maria papova about our books if you have a book you'd like to talk about eight four four seven two four eight two five five tweeted sat sifi we'll be back right after this break support for this podcast comes from biorad laboratories at the forefront of groundbreaking research by allred laboratories has been in dancing discovery for over sixty years whoa we've all heard and talked about the breakthroughs in gene editing using crisper cast nine but without the right tools gene editing still takes a lot of trial and error just to get what you want with bile reds improved gene editing workflows you can increase your success using crisp recast nine with biorad you can access readymade protocols and resources stay up on current research and you can even experience crisper in virtual reality bind all the tools you need online in the crisper toolboxbio high friend redcomto find your flow beds bio hyphen redcomdefine your flow to find the many tools available to you check out by while reds crisper toolboxbio hyphen redcomdefine your flow this is science friday on my roof later we'll see this hour we're wrapping up the best science books of a 2017 with my guest there were blown publisher of the online magazine on dark maria papova editor and founder of brain pickingsorg also taking your calls on your tweet santiago to a couple of tweets that came in of the lender grossman says the consequences of ignoring science at the core of the radium girls by kate more he seemed to like that dan uh uh joe mechanical says a just finished reading the last man who knew everything and new enjoyable bio of i enrico fermi so a kind of interesting picks before we left we're talking about the great lakes and i i know marie you wanted to to comment about the actually out the first person to write about them at length who has margaret fuller the great feminists who at women in the 19th century and her first the called some around the lakes really inspired the ninety.

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"blohm" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"blohm" Discussed on KTRH

"Sponsored by top tax defenders in the top story this hour it is here game one between the astros and dodgers tonight the world series eighty have ever seen you this fired up all know you have it it's the world series katy perry just go saunders is live with more about twelve hours away from first pitch we know shares ready we know the fans are ready we know the astros and pitcher dell's kyko is ready smile today a lot of low carefree attitudes an open goal and the game on an in a steel steel wanted to play super bowl here and longtime astor's fans will remember this was a rivalry the astros and dodgers from the old days in the nl west lot of us in our generation and understand the great years could be the nationally was it was groggy parters astros it was the braves that's astra jeff blohm and you don't have to look far in los angeles to find some astro fans have been hoping for this for the last couple of years and announce the anna scum and coming true once they do that switch i knew i was going to have to wait for the world series for them to meet again fans talking to our tv partner channel to the players of course want to win it for themselves but ellis pregnant says they want to do it for the city because of harvey in the back of our minds assent on the city we we really hope that we can hold us so jimmy mentioned the weather it's gonna be hot temperatures about one hundred degrees could be the warmest ever for world series game if you're flying out there in there are still people trying to get out to la if you're looking for tickets on the secondary market get ready to pay up about thirty hundred.

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"blohm" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"blohm" Discussed on KTRH

"Is a paranoid feminine nazis nightmare that was written into a book in and made into a minister and and i my tech blogs these these these kids are reading it and they think it's right on man yet right on its rich right where we're headed to exactly what trump would do it's exactly what trump would do we're not careful meanwhile over here is harvey weinstein who is miss treating women who is treating them as nothing but sex objects an an harvey weinstein is a hero but he wants to be harvey weinstein and want to do what harvey weinstein does produce movies about great progressive causes they all new while make kings tv series the handmaid's tale about how rotten conservatives treat women there is harvey weinstein who knows he may have invested in it i don't know the rank hypocrisy here reeks back 'til lease the blue stick with me it all comes together folks lisa blohm among good morning america with george stephanopoulos who by the way ran the clinton war room and one of his job was to identify women that we're going to come forward and accused bill clinton of things like harvey weinstein is accused of instead novelist whose job was to help destroy them along with james carville and others in the clinton wall ripped that were were and now here is low lawyer lisa blown the daughter of gloria allred defending harvey speaking up for harvey more so than a client would thorough warrior would about a client i'm good morning america stephanopoulos question mr weinstein appeared naked or nearly or fully naked in front of these women requiring to be present while he bathed or asking for a massage or initiating a massage himself this what happened ashley judd i say it's no wonder shoes affected stephon apla says lisa this is.

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