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When You Value Time, No One Can Ever Waste Yours.
"No one owns you their time. No one knows you time. No one knows you their love. No one knows you their attention. Their affection their body. No-one also you. I think if people took it from that perspective more would see bonds. Connect on a deeper level that you don't have to envy and others because you're doing it in your life and this doesn't have to just be about a connection with other people this starts with you if your home on the couch all day watching movies and sitcoms or whatever and you could be doing something towards your business plan you could be doing something towards getting a higher education or that big idea you always had what just working out you know working on your mind. Why are you not doing it. Why must it be forced upon you. Why must o'clock start. Ticking you to be motivated for yourself and it's not your job to do it for anyone else. They will not be motivated if you try to do it for them. If you have a problem with that don't stay been there done that. Don't try to raise a grown person and date them at the same time. They will never appreciate you the way you have extended your heart to them. Say that's not true. You know. I have someone who's struggling are they. Are they struggling but they just feel safe knowing that you're there
Small Impacts Churning up Europas Surface
"And you study claims. Small comet meteoroid impacts on the jovian ice moon europa. Make the search for evidence of signs of life beyond earth far more difficult billions of years europa as experienced battering of impacts and as the surface of the icy moon. Churns youtube brought up to the service. Is that high. Energy electron radiation accelerated by jupiter. Scientists have been studying the likely effects of all these small impacts on europa's surface as they prepare to explore this system with abc upcoming europa clipper mission. And to look at the possibility of a feature land emission rope is of special interest to science because of its subsurface global ocean which lies beneath. It's thick ice crust this massive body of water at least three times more than the earth's oceans combined may have conditions suitable for life and this growing speculation that some of this water could be cpr under the surface. So what's the likely a fake of the accumulation of all these impacts from comets and media onto the jovian moon. surface will a new study in the journal. Nature astronomy has been calculating. Just how five down. This churning process called impact. Gardening may have disturbed. Europa's frozen christ. The study estimates at the surface of europa has been shown by smaller impacts to an average depth of around thirty centimeters and any molecules that my qualifies potential buyers signatures which includes chemical signs of life could be affected at that depth. That's because the impacts would churn material up to the surface where radiation could break down the bonds of any potential lodge delicate molecules generated by biology. Me well some material already on the surface will be pushed further downwards or it could be mixed with the subsurface further contaminating the scene. The study's lead author. Emily ca stellar from the university of hawaii says finding pristine chemical by signatures would require looking deep below this impact gardening zone because chemical by signatures in areas shallower than the sun may have been exposed to destructive radiation
Steve Bannon on How Trump Is a Figure of Divine Provenance
"At most people know you if know you from war room and so many people Listen and watch it but they would know you obviously from the trump administration in my mind. You were one of a handful of people tiny handful there really seemed to understand the cultural import of what trump represented talk about that just for a moment because that's the bigger issue and that's why what happened. In the united states it was a global phenomenon. Not many people were talking about the global phenomenon. That happened you were were one of the few. Yeah look. i've been working on this since the since the financial crisis of two thousand eight. When i kind of you became a filmmaker got gotta walk away from the banking and finance business off but the way i think the most the best way to think about it is kind of from your writings particularly your book on bond popular. Just one of my favorite books in your current books divine. Providence is active in our lives and our world affairs in you. Meet these providential characters and donald trump was fathered entry. I mean he kind of galvanized in a person in a leader. Many of the undercurrents that have been going on this country particularly this populism this economic nationals understanding that this globalisation was more than just economic. There was something deeply against the christian western Against all spiritual endeavors right and. I think we're saying that. I think you're seeing now in this kind of the ball. Face marxism materialism anti spiritualism of this global elite. Right in in retaliation of how they wanted force are there. Raina terror You're seeing so. I think that very early on i was fortunate enough. You'll my education were at work. The see trends then to be andrew breitbart arguer than andrew passed away. I kinda ran the site. The years was really a big supporter of trump's early on back at thirteen and fourteen. Because i saw him. As a oculus leader there was going to go against traditional controlled opposition republicanism and now in the fight for our lives in the fight for their. It's everything we've been talking about. What a four turney is in a fight for the country but the important things trump is. He is a providential figure he was. I think we only want through the intercession of divine providence. In sixteen
Steve Bannon on What Donald Trump Represented
"In my mind. You were one of a handful of people tiny handful there really seemed to understand the cultural import of what trump represented talk about that just for a moment because that's the bigger issue and that's why what happened. In the united states it was a global phenomenon. Not many people were talking about the global phenomenon. That happened you were were one of the few. Yeah look. i've been working on this since the since the financial crisis of two thousand eight. When i kind of you became a filmmaker got gotta walk away from the banking and finance business off but the way i think the most the best way to think about it is kind of from your writings particularly your book on bond popular. Just one of my favorite books in your current books divine. Providence is active in our lives and our world affairs in you. Meet these providential characters and donald trump was fathered entry. I mean he kind of galvanized in a person in a leader. Many of the undercurrents that have been going on this country particularly this populism this economic nationals understanding that this globalisation was more than just economic. There was something deeply against the christian western Against all spiritual endeavors right and. I think we're saying that. I think you're seeing now in this kind of the ball. Face marxism materialism anti spiritualism of this global elite. Right in in retaliation of how they wanted force are there. Raina terror You're seeing so. I think that very early on i was fortunate enough. You'll my education were at work. The see
Pelicans' Jaxson Hayes Arrested Following Physical Altercation With LAPD Officers
"Player Jackson Hayes is facing a possible charge of resisting arrest for allegedly pushing an LAPD officer into a wall when police turned up to investigate reported domestic dispute in Woodland Hills. The LAPD says officers body Cam video shows he's trying to get into the house in the early hours of yesterday morning by pushing past the officers who then tased and arrested him. Hayes, who plays for the New Orleans Pelicans has been released on bond.
Threads Across Time With Sarah Bond
"Welcome sarah thank you so much lisa. I'm so grateful to be. Here is such a delight. I am super excited. We know that you are quote maker with lots of experience. We know that you specialize in traditional but also with this gorgeous modern touch. Can you talk a bit about how that started. I read that nineteen. Seventy nine was a big year for you in the beginning of your quilting career. Can you talk about more about that. In one thousand nine hundred nine. I made my first quilt. That i quilt was made in an era when we didn't have rotary cutters and a mats and big rulers. I made this quilt with cardboard and a pencil and some scissors and also machine. And i used fabric that i had leftover from garments that i had made i was sitting in the sewing room or the guest room in my house. My mother came in and she said what are you doing. And i said oh. I'm making a quilt. And she said why. And i said i'm not really sure exactly why but i really feel like i need to make this quayle field. This is my mission. This summer was a summer between years in college. I was determined. And so i made this quilt pieced. It all together and sandwich did with that lovely nineteen seventy-nine polyester batting and hand quilted. It took back school with me in the fall. I didn't really know at that time. When i was making this quilt. I didn't really know all the stories about quilting in my family. But i still felt this. Push this creative encouragement from somewhere. To make this quilt.
Eric Metaxas' Book on Dietrich Bonhoeffer Is a Warning for Modern American Christians
"No matter where i go. People wanna talk to me about the bond hoffer book because they keep saying. This is what is happening today. This book is creepy to read. Because it's happening today. And i thought at some point i should mention that on this program because when i was writing the book i was writing in two thousand and eight. No kidding i thought they're curious things about what happened in germany in the twenties and then ultimately in the thirties that they struck me as oddly familiar. But i thought we're not there yet but sure enough as the decade has passed many things that you see happening in the story of bonn hoffer obviously just history just my book version of what happened back. Then but what i what i say and this is kind of my point is that i believe god called me to write that book to tell that story for us today in other words at the time. I didn't realize this. I was just writing a book to show. This was a heroic christian living in a time when it became increasingly difficult to speak freely increasingly difficult to be any kind of a christian To speak the truth. And i know that the people back then did not listen to the warnings of bonn hoffer. So he's like an old testament prophet and people. They weren't ready for it. They kept saying nine out of your too much of a hothead. Now we can. We need to listen to the government. We need to trust the government and the liberals and the conservatives. Both did the same thing. They did it for different reasons but they refused church. I'm talking about refused to stand up to the government. They had different reasons why some people said oh. We wanna preach the gospel. We don't wanna get political. Well you know what when people are going to their deaths in boxcars. It might be time to speak out against that now. That's seems political. who cares. you're speaking up for what is right. So the parallels that i see today we're not there yet but i honestly believe that if we don't heed the warning of what happened in bonn hoffer time so if you have a copy of the book now might be a good time to reread it. If you don't understand that what happened then is happening now and it will go in the same direction. Every won't be the same thing we might not have you know death camps but the point is who cares how it goes. We just know that when freedom gets canceled. It's only because people who have freedom didn't fight while they had the
Paul Adler: No Globalization Without Representation
"We're going to talk about the recent history globalization many of you listeners. May know that. I had a book out outside on in two thousand fifteen. They was looking at the large history of of of globalization and the kind of disasters that it's bonds around the world and this is something that means a whole lot to me. And you know it's long been my contention that progressives don't really take these issues seriously enough in our politics and i still certainly very much feel that way and today We are here To talk to paul power who is assistant professor of history colorado college and he has a incredibly important brand new book out about this very issue. Noble ization without representation. Us activists in Inequality it's just out from the university of pennsylvania press and so we're gonna ask us to talk about these issues. Thanks for joining us. Fall wonderful to be here. Would you start by describing your book a little bit so nicholas edition without representation is the story of emergence of a coalition of generally liberal left groups in united states concerned with the inequalities spawned by particularly neoliberal forms of globalisation. That arose the late nineteen seventies and early one thousand nine hundred eighty s and the book examines of variety of campaigns that different mainly nonprofit advocacy groups wage. Starting in the late nineteen seventies with the main part of the book going through the battle in seattle in nineteen ninety nine to try to create what they viewed as a more democratic and fairer form of global economic integration.
Trump Ally Tom Barrack Pleads Not Guilty to Foreign Agent Charges
"Ally and former inaugural chairman. Tom barrack appeared in federal court today where he pleaded not guilty to charges that he secretly lobbied the united states on behalf of the united arab emirates. He was arrested last tuesday in los angeles and was released on bail on friday on a staggering. Two hundred fifty million dollars bond
What Are Yields Doing?
"Start with another hire move for the market stocks rallying into the close adding to yesterday's gains recouping all of monday's losses and this week's wild swings got our traders flagging some eye-popping moves or traders have come up with the three most ridiculous charts in the markets. We kick it off with the ten year yale falling as low as one point one three percent yesterday morning before rebounding all the way back up to one point three percent guy. This was on your radar and we've been together a long time. I think you realized pretty quickly. I'm not the brightest bulb and the knife dry. You know what i'm saying. But one thing i do know is the biggest economy in the history of the world. Ten year yields the most should be the most liquid security out there. It should not go in my opinion from one. Forty one down one and a quarter back to one forty down to one thirteen up to one thirty all in the course of basically twelve trading days. It doesn't make a lot of sense. Bond volatility is extraordinarily. Where's executive equity. Volatility is not. Something's wrong here. That chart to me speaks to potentially some disruptions going forward in the equity market bond volatility lead equity volatility back in february of twenty twenty. I think one of the verge of that again. Melissa
Biden's Spending Plans to Increase Inflation
"Walking back. I am joined by brian. Westbury of i trust portfolio is the chief economist for i trust portfolio. You can follow him on twitter at westbury brian. I are going to atlanta and october to talk about the biden. Inflation and brian i am. This is so counterintuitive inflation went up and the ten year treasury went down. It is now at one point two. Oh nine percent at the lowest. I've ever seen it. Can you explain for the steelers fans and indeed me how it is that inflation can be on. everyone's mind. The ten year treasury dropped the one point two percent. I mean you there. There were a bunch of things going on what happened And we have the new delta variants out there. we have We we have the potential of a slowing economy. We have the biden administer administration and congress working on another three and a half trillion dollars spending you know and when you put all that together what what i think. A lot of investors were worried that we could shut down the economy again over that delta variant or That we were going to have a much slower growing economy as spending waned You know government spending government stimulus weight. And so i think that helped like worry. Investors that the economy would slow down but i think the real reason that the ten year treasury yield is so low and in fact a whole what we call the yield curve. Everything from three months to six months to one year. Five years seven years ten year twenty year bonds. is that the federal reserve is promising to hold short-term interest rate at zero. That's where it is. And so if you sort of think about this. If the fed says we are going to hold short-term interest rates at zero for three years well that means the three year treasury yield. well also be zero
"bond" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!
"Check number nine was number nine was thought to be an embezzler by blow fell so if we remember in from russia with love cranston who was number five he gets the poison shoe blade if you have a job for life with spector. You just don't know how long it'll be. There's nothing not to believe here. In this scene it was cool. I love the hot seat. I don't even think sure spark for help. These guys funding for some rehab. When james bond breaks into camp pies ru room seventeen Prize nine money bond..
Investors Dump Stocks, Buy Bonds as Virus Fears Flare Again
"A reopening economy like airlines are plummeting as new covid cases climb once again in the U. S, especially among unvaccinated Americans. Some investors today are buying government bonds, which are seen as a safe haven trade when stocks are falling. Oil prices are
What is the Metabolism?
"What is the metabolism. Because it isn't just what we in. How it goes out is it. No it's it's the utilization of the energy substrates so from food we break these weak chemical bonds down and we utilize these on an atomic level of the electrons and protons and neutrons and they facilitate the energy in the cell for basic function for reading the dna. For translating this transcribing nece from enzymatic reactions For making neurotransmitters for building the cell membrane for cholesterol for everything basically so visit huge demont and that is where metabolism is the utilization of energy and the import of that is aw basil. Metro rates is the basic principle of thermodynamics. And it's about instead of shifting. And i really encouraged with clients is basically shift the mindset of it's just energies entity in an energy out is more to it than that. It's like what happens with the energy that comes in. This is where i see health. This is where. I see where the magic really happens in. The is all in the mitochondria which is aka the powerhouse of the cell but it does a little bit more than that simple belief But this is where the magic happens. And the output of that is eighty and that facilitates all the ongoing things that sony's to do to repair to replenish to even sillier death. We need entity to drive this Sebastian
Performance Coach Daniel Back on Advancing Methods in Jump Training for Athletes
"For young athletes who are wanting to jump to get sports like volleyball right. That's jumped base. But what do you think about the me. This is off the rails bit about the plan questions but something like that for young athletes like. There's obviously the training right but like something like lower dogs or a sport the way you make it a sport. What are your thoughts on that. I love it. And i do think there is a superiority. There compared to yet destroying touch the ram touched the backboard one. Just because it's more fun to to have success in the training right but then also there's this this component of it's not like a workout right. Where it's i've i've had this run. Training athletes honored kind of look at everything they're doing. I think they should get some junk reps in in going up hitting the vertex is just not as fun as dunking. you know. it's not. And i think just having that bond even that kind of creative like ideas based like oh this or i'm gonna i'm gonna try to don't one leg or whatever like having that kind of fun created environment. Deathly makes a difference for yet. Just motor learning side of things in the motivation side of things. Like yeah definitely like in the one on one training transacts like view just talent someone to go hit the vertex. Let's like let's say ten foot for ten times you know just not. This is not as good so. Yeah i definitely love the low rim dunking approach. Yeah even four people not small players. Yes i agree i. I was watching my some neighbor kids in the backyard. They have an adjustable hoop and they put it down like you know. These kids are like ten and eleven. They put it down to like. I don't know five six feet and they're trying to dump it out just thinking to myself. This is where it all starts. Non-judgmental it's and i think about the non-judgmental too. I mean i. I beat myself up. Training for years in the sense like l. ahead was the rim it's like am i getting higher on the rim. Am i not a good day. Was this a bad day. Even back when i was sixteen or seventeen and able to start dunking and things. That would be like you walk in the gym jimmy. You're not feeling it's like. Aw man but if you can have a rim and it's eight and you can just try to do something new or something. Then it's fun again. And it's i think for developmental as makes so much sense
EU Court Rules Employers Can Limit Religious Symbols
"The European union's top court has ruled that employers may forbid the wearing of visible symbols of religious or political believe such as head scarves but the Luxembourg based tribunal says in its ruling the courts in the blocks twenty seven member states should weigh up whether the bond corresponds to a genuine need on the part of the employer it also said that they must consider the rights and interests of the employee including by taking into account national legislation on freedom of religion the case was brought before the court of justice of the European Union but two woman in Germany who chose to wear Islamic headscarves at their workplaces one works as a special needs cara while the other is a sales assistant and the cashier I'm sorry a shockingly
Yankees Ruin Momentum With Impossible Loss in Houston
"Nobody saw this coming. Nobody saw the astros completing the easiest night at five run ninth inning comeback in mlb history But boom clearly do not have a plan because after the second batter chad green face you knew he. You knew it was over. You knew he didn't have it fastball. Didn't really have liked to at breaking ball was flat He was throwing everything right right over the middle of the plate. Which is just what you can't do. He an even when he wasn't during the His pitches over the plate. His location elsewhere. Wasn't that great so it was not. It was not a situation where where you were feeling good and the fact that there was no plan because green had pitched a frigging ton over the last week. Why are you going to him. Doesn't need to finish inning. Yes does he need to come in at some point. Maybe but i didn't think going to him at that. Point was was the right move. Just because of how many innings he had under his belt over the last week And just the fact that the yankees have had other effective relievers who Were able to take on a workload. demeo herrmann is just not capable of being a pitcher a consistent pitcher. We all know that he's been. He's been not good this year at all. He is not given us any flashes of consistency whatsoever. So going to him in the ninth and giving that's the thing like did i think vermont would blow up five on lead. No but then. I think you open the door for some shit to happen. Yeah and that's what happened. I know the i was a dinky. A dinky swinging bond. But then kyle tucker. The teams are best hitter at the moment is up. He's great Skull double into left center field. And then you're looking at runners and second and third with no outs and you're like great one. Hit makes this a three run game and then another hit after that puts the tying run on base so like our time run at the plate. So now we're looking at a problem. And of course this is what the yankees do because this is the problem with this team that they cannot finish games. There's always another insanely erosive. Problem with another aspect of the roster that that brings the entire team gown.
Fed's Barkin Says Labor Market Hasn't Healed Enough to Taper Bond Buying
"Reserve Bank of Richmond President Barkin says Fed is not yet ready to Taper Bond Buyer AIn't BUYING He says the labor market has not healed sufficiently in
Atlanta Falcons Release LB Barkevious Mingo After Arrest
"Linebacker Barkevious Mingo dropped by the Atlanta Falcons following his arrest on a sex charge. Involving contact with the child. Jasmina Austin is with Wgcl in Atlanta Falcons linebacker was actually arrested in Arlington, Texas, on one count of indecency with a child in the Police Department says that incident stems from an investigation that they're actually working on. Police are telling us that he did turn himself in on Thursday. And he has since been released on bond. Mingo was on that Patriots team that rallied to beat the Falcons in Super Bowl 51 opening day
"bond" Discussed on Planet Money
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He appointed an economist named laura tyson to be one of his top advisors and she looked at the economy and she saw this glaring problem year after year. Both government deficits and interest rates. Were going up and then he said omega if we don't get a hold of this federal deficit than that trend will continue. Those rates will continue upward. That was a very significant concern. Higher interest rates were concerned for a couple of reasons for one thing. Obviously they meant that the government had to pay more to borrow money but also when interest rates for the government went up. Interest rates also went up for everybody else. And that's it up this whole cascade of problems so we're people won't buy as many houses. There won't be as many houses constructed in their wealth as much capital equipment invested in and investments in important part of the Economic growth in your all sorts of every interest sensitive part of the economy the way the government runs a deficit. The way it borrows money is by selling bonds treasury bonds. The government says to really anybody. Okay lend us whatever one hundred dollars and in say ten years we will pay you back with interest will pay you back one hundred twenty dollars. The bond is basically the government's i. Iou you that it will pay back that loan with interest and during the clinton administration because of that link between deficits and interest rates. Everybody in the white house talked about treasury bonds about the bond market time. James carville was a political advisor to president. Clinton was just an obsession. In the early days of clinton's everybody say what's the bond market could house bot mocking react to hell multiple. i don't know it just became this omnipresent. The heart of every conversation. James carville was not an economics guy but as he spent time at the white house he realized that sort of bizarrely all these people who worked there making policy the people who had what seemed like the most powerful jobs in the world. We're in fact terrified of the bond market so when a reporter from the wall street journal called up carville to talk about the bond market. He came up with this line that became sort of famous or at least bond market famous kid. I wanted to grow up with four hundred hitter. The pope and the president. But i just want to be the bond. Market's gonna scare the hell out of everybody pleat. What did he say. A what a hundred hitter like in baseball pope the president baseball. I cannot tell you how many times he said that's me. Every meeting every meeting a lot of my memories are about carville sort of making jokes about you. Know you issues as a bond trader bond traders. These are the people who work in finance all around the world who manage a bunch of money. Generally other people's money pension funds or college endowments that kind of thing and every day they decide what bonds to buy and what bonds to sell what companies and countries to lend to and what companies and countries to not lend to to stop lending to and like with any lender bond traders worry about lending more money to a borrower who is already borrowing a lot because all that borrowing makes it more risky and so to compensate for that risk bond traders demand a higher interest rate. They stop lending until rates. Go up and this bond traders demanding higher interest rates when the government is borrowing more money. This is the scenario that everyone was so worried about people. Were so afraid of this that there was even a special term for the bond traders. Who do this bond vigilantes. Bill clinton has convinced. The bond vigilantes are scary and in fact he decides the us needs to bring the deficit down. He decides to build a whole economic plan around getting rid of the deficit. One of the economists he brought in to make that happen was jason and a central argument. That we made was if you do this. It will lower interest rates and interest rates are lower will have more investment and more economic growth and sort of amazingly. All of this happened. They did raise taxes and cut spending and get the deficit down. In fact by the end of the clinton administration the deficit felt all the way to zero. And what came next was sort of a golden moment for the economy in silicon valley. There was the dot com boom but really the whole economy was doing great businesses of all kinds. Were doing well. Ordinary workers were getting breezes lower deficits lead to lower interest rates which led to more investment. And that was good for basically everybody. The system was working. The next big moment in the story comes right after the financial crisis of two thousand eight and this is the moment when everything is about to change when this big shift in the way the world works is about to happen but nobody quite nosy yet. Brock obama has just been elected. President obama brings in clinton's guy. Jason furman as one of his economic advisors and ferment. Goes into this meeting to discuss. How big of a stimulus. Bill obama should push for as he takes office. We met with the president-elect december sixteenth two thousand eight and we're all crowded together in a conference room. I think it was in a law firm in chicago and he wanted it to be big. He wanted to be bold but there was this worry. The stimulus was going to be funded with deficit. Spending government was going to borrow the money. And some of obama's own economic advisers worried that borrowing and spending too much money might actually harm the economy for that classic reason the ideas. You don't wanna be helping the economy with one hand by pumping more money into it and then hurting the economy with the other hand by raising interest rates and you to put some perspective on it in late november of two thousand eight some of the leading progressive economists said that we should do something huge enormous three hundred to five hundred billion dollars hole. Krugman was advocating six hundred billion dollars. Quaint the administration decided to go even bigger working with congress. They passed an eight hundred billion dollar stimulus in two thousand nine which at the time seemed enormous almost immediately. After this like the next month president obama starts talking about getting the deficit back under control. Because that's the way the world work back. Then that's the way people thought but the economy was still a mess and so the deficit state big for years. Now remember those bond traders. We just talked about a couple of minutes ago. See the government borrowing more money year after year. More borrowing means more risk. This is the classic moment for those bond traders to turn into bond vigilantes to demand higher interest rates. So were you a bond vigilante. Well i was very powerful. Bond manager Vigilante at that level yes yes. I'd have to say that this is bill gross. Mary you know bill gross quite well in fact you wrote a book about him. It's called the bond kings coming out later this year. That's right yes for better or worse. I've spent the last six or seven years thinking about bill. Gross and the things that he's done so at the time that all of this is going on bill. Gross is running a gargantuan bond.
"bond" Discussed on Planet Money
"We're going to start in the early nineties back before this shift. When the old rules about government borrowing still applied. Bill clinton had just been elected president. He appointed an economist named laura tyson to be one of his top advisors and she looked at the economy and she saw this glaring problem year after year. Both government deficits and interest rates. Were going up and then he said omega if we don't get a hold of this federal deficit than that trend will continue. Those rates will continue upward. That was a very significant concern. Higher interest rates were concerned for a couple of reasons for one thing. Obviously they meant that the government had to pay more to borrow money but also when interest rates for the government went up. Interest rates also went up for everybody else. And that's it up this whole cascade of problems so we're people won't buy as many houses. There won't be as many houses constructed in their wealth as much capital equipment invested in and investments in important part of the Economic growth in your all sorts of every interest sensitive part of the economy the way the government runs a deficit. The way it borrows money is by selling bonds treasury bonds. The government says to really anybody. Okay lend us whatever one hundred dollars and in say ten years we will pay you back with interest will pay you back one hundred twenty dollars. The bond is basically the government's i. Iou you that it will pay back that loan with interest and during the clinton administration because of that link between deficits and interest rates. Everybody in the white house talked about treasury bonds about the bond market time. James carville was a political advisor to president. Clinton was just an obsession. In the early days of clinton's everybody say what's the bond market could house bot mocking react to hell multiple. i don't know it just became this omnipresent. The heart of every conversation. James carville was not an economics guy but as he spent time at the white house he realized that sort of bizarrely all these people who worked there making policy the people who had what seemed like the most powerful jobs in the world. We're in fact terrified of the bond market so when a reporter from the wall street journal called up carville to talk about the bond market. He came up with this line that became sort of famous or at least bond market famous kid. I wanted to grow up with four hundred hitter. The pope and the president. But i just want to be the bond. Market's gonna scare the hell out of everybody pleat. What did he say. A what a hundred hitter like in baseball pope the president baseball. I cannot tell you how many times he said that's me. Every meeting every meeting a lot of my memories are about carville sort of making jokes about you. Know you issues as a bond trader bond traders. These are the people who work in finance all around the world who manage a bunch of money. Generally other people's money pension funds or college endowments that kind of thing and every day they decide what bonds to buy and what bonds to sell what companies and countries to lend to and what companies and countries to not lend to to stop lending to and like with any lender bond traders worry about lending more money to a borrower who is already borrowing a lot because all that borrowing makes it more risky and so to compensate for that risk bond traders demand a higher interest rate. They stop lending until rates. Go up and this bond traders demanding higher interest rates when the government is borrowing more money. This is the scenario that everyone was so worried about people. Were so afraid of this that there was even a special term for the bond traders. Who do this bond vigilantes. Bill clinton has convinced. The bond vigilantes are scary and in fact he decides the us needs to bring the deficit down. He decides to build a whole economic plan around getting rid of the deficit. One of the economists he brought in to make that happen was jason and a central argument. That we made was if you do this. It will lower interest rates and interest rates are lower will have more investment and more economic growth and sort of amazingly. All of this happened. They did raise taxes and cut spending and get the deficit down. In fact by the end of the clinton administration the deficit felt all the way to zero. And what came next was sort of a golden moment for the economy in silicon valley. There was the dot com boom but really the whole economy was doing great businesses of all kinds. Were doing well. Ordinary workers were getting breezes lower deficits lead to lower interest rates which led to more investment. And that was good for basically everybody. The system was working. The next big moment in the story comes right after the financial crisis of two thousand eight and this is the moment when everything is about to change when this big shift in the way the world works is about to happen but nobody quite nosy yet. Brock obama has just been elected. President obama brings in clinton's guy. Jason furman as one of his economic advisors and ferment. Goes into this meeting to discuss. How big of a stimulus. Bill obama should push for as he takes office. We met with the president-elect december sixteenth two thousand eight and we're all crowded together in a conference room. I think it was in a law firm in chicago and he wanted it to be big. He wanted to be bold but there was this worry. The stimulus was going to be funded with deficit. Spending government was going to borrow the money. And some of obama's own economic advisers worried that borrowing and spending too much money might actually harm the economy for that classic reason
"bond" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye
"Early This is tom. I'm from carry canada. Oh you guys can explain the science behind. What is unquestionably the greatest moment. In the james bond franchise the balloon at the end of living. Martha asked qatar's character connecticut. The someone's feeling as far as some sort of impressed gas tell us causing him to inflate flow to the ceiling and explode in absolutely ridiculous fashion. What find find that. Especially as my co host. On james bonding and i have a ongoing feud about the worst moment in the whole franchise. I say it's this he says it's when the pigeons and i believe it's moon raker deal double take at james bond's gondola in the venetian canals. Floating hovercraft but the pigeon does a like bad at this thing were kananga. Dr congo played by jafa koto bonds. Shoves what's called a sharp bullet in his mouth which is meant to inflate him and he doesn't say anything about filling them full of helium gas but for some reason he floats the water to the top of this cave and then explodes and is just ridiculous for it. Otherwise great movie. It's just a really can't be way so you heard it right there. Everyone meant girly calls. It an otherwise great movie. I i love my time. One one implausibility this implausibly really bring that movie down. I still contend. It's the worst moment in the whole franchise. 'cause it in you haven't seen the twenty fifth but you predicts this. Yeah i'm willing. To predict 'cause on wise homes angus this kind of really dignified really cares matic villain and it just. It's such a silly end for him. Do you have anything you want to ask us about. Corey's all about cosmology i'm about mccain. We both love lasers and there are a lot of lasers and james bond. Yeah well. I can't get passed this kananga thing. So if if some little bullet when you started feeling you with gas how your body wouldn't turn into a balloon right. It would just fisher in some place like your cheeks would explode i. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah i think so. Let's assume at least gets into his stomach or something or safa. Guess would you can you. Can you can inflate a stomach or intestines up to a point. You know well as you say there. There are two big problems with one. Is that him flights this enormous size without popping or spring. A leak or anything but the others that he floats away like a helium balloon. Yeah that's almost more troubling. He's under seems to hit something on the ceiling and pop. He is originally and then he floats out of water but the footage looks so bad that they do a post production zoom into his cheeks. Because i don't think they wanted to see the whole thing and the film gets all grainy so and the editing is really bad in the moment. The whole thing's a mess very latex when you get up. Close derivative of goldfinger getting sucked out of the airplane. I see it's like the opposite kind of that's not a favorite of mine either. That just looked so bad as well. Wait bill medical question. Sure cover up if you cover a naked person with gold paint. Would they die from suffocation. And if you leave a small patch uncovered near the base of the spine. Would they survived. Well apparently circus performers according to bond james bond did that so matt you have a favorite or least favorite bond girl bond woman. Yeah vests origin from casino. Royale i i just love her. 'cause she's the most complex. It's a wonderfully written role. The performance is fantastic. It's the original bond girl. That's what sets him up to be kind of a flawed misogynist. Not that. I'm rooting for him to become that. But it least puts an answer to what had otherwise binges glib tossed off of relationships and stuff. It just has a lot of dimension to it. I love that raw and she everybody. I don't want to spoil it but things go badly. They in many ways things go badly. They have a lovely relationship and then and then things go badly. Diana rigg to her. And it's all down to how well the roles written in on her majesty's secret services in many ways her film just as much as bonds. And i think that's what makes it interesting. And that's the one where he gets married mary but then things go wrong. Go badly for that too. It's that there are some downsides to being james bond. yeah relationship stability. I think. I think we can all agrees lonely guy. Yeah and that's a book is. He's he's a really flawed character and kind of sociopathic in ways. That the movies asking you to really be on the side of him. And the craig films are a little bit more like you know this guy from a distance. He's not your everyday hero. He's got some problems by watching from a distance. You mean keep him at arms-length don't fall in love with him the way you would roger moore bonds. You know this this is meant to be a man who's got some issues so he's not a hero one hundred percent. He's brave but he's not a hero in the sense that a superhuman would be hired assassin. He's he's an assassin in in some ways a psychopath in casino royale and the sociopath and you know he's why psychopathic casino royale. Well he just is detached from For instance the sort of sacrificial lamb bond girl in that movie salon is tortured and murdered because of his connection with her. And m says you know i would. I would basically scold you about this but you don't really care do you. And he just goes no. He's he's kind of. I don't know if it's narcissism but more sociopath that just he lacks empathy. But he the thing i love about his tenure to he starts to gain that through the film especially in losing vesper and not wanting to go through that again. He's becoming a better person. That's been even better because what he has. This is what what. I would describe as the fighter pilot comms. What's going on guys focus. We all wish we had that fighter pilot calm but the other thing. Is you emphasize to the beginning. He's got cue that his the secret weapon is his. You know is better than a fighter. This guy call guy who's got the best. The he's got the best tech in the world is better than the fighter pilot comms. He's got the beat. You're exposed testicles. With carpet beater calm. That's also from the book. Yeah yeah is there anything in these movies that you find realistic or that are actually is actually good spying. Good tradecraft is james bond. A good spy often. he's not. He's often going around announcing his arrival saying his name. And that's something i love about. The bon the craig franchise to is. He comes right out of the gate. Saying i'm bond but i'm doing that to let him know that i know he knows who i am. So that's part of his tradecraft. Where roger moore which. I love for different reasons. He just comes in. I'm bond james bond. I'm the world's great spy. Take a look at me. It's bad news in the early ones from russia with love. If feels like some guy and it feels like a hitchcock by north west kind of shoe leather detective stories so there. There's something for everyone in these bond movies and i love those ones especially right but but but does he ever do good spy work. I think he does in in from russia with love and dr no The longer the films go on the less effective in actual detective spy he is. I think well you know. I think about casino royale where he has to be benzon to tie shoe and he gets he bumps the other guy's car to get acted. Yeah he's good in casino royale. He's got some good tradecraft. I love sky follows a film but he's a horrible spy. In fact he fails in every element of that movie to protect 'em she dies silva gets what he wants. I don't know how much the screenwriters were thinking about how much he failed. Because you don't realize it.
"bond" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye
"Sees some kind of geneticists so it does feel like he's doing who is the bad guy to belen. Yeah his name is safran. He's played by robbie malik and He's up to something in terms of extending his life for. It's not been clear. But like a bio terror plot seems within within the realm of james bond. I tell the young people you know. I grew up with the space program and so i got into physics and rockets airplanes or something like that more about me but if you're coming along today the thing that's going to change its genetics. Men crisper clustered repeating interspace short parents. Roman yes chris. S and we all three said that. This is a very reasonable plot. That were you know. Everybody's been afraid of armies of jack-booted stormtroopers who are so Mentally deficient they. Can't think to question the bosses master-plan. Yeah and then The reason we are able to feed seven point. Eight billion people in the world is because of genetic modification of crops and the there was all james bond film about water rights and the importance of water to the future and so i can easily imagine some mastermind ruining one populations crops so that he could manipulate them and get what he wanted in another part of the world and that happened in on her majesty's secret service even though the the convention of it was kind of ridiculous where he had hypnotized these twelve women to go back to their home countries and release Foot mouth disease into all the crops of the different countries. Yes it's it's an it's an early bio-terror yeah so yeah. As as a macguffin using genetic engineering or bioterror seems perfectly bonding and the producers are big on taking what the blooming threat is and turning that into something so especially in the craig areas. Casino royale is terrorism quantum of solace water and climate change. Sky fall is that was a revenge story. But then specter's surveillance and then i think this next one is genetic something to do with genetics. Scientists will be right back if you like science rules. I wanna tell you about a new climate change. Podcast called a matter of degrees. We talk about this on science rules. All the time narratives about climate change often blame all of us and cast solutions as impossible a matter of degrees feature stories about the roots of the crisis solutions. That exist today and what it means for you. This show is for the people who know. Climate change is a problem but are still trying to figure out how we tackle it. We have the tools to address the crisis who listeners. Call it honest yet..
"bond" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye
"When james bond was created by ian fleming after world war two there was of course tremendous concern about air power. But i don't think but. I mean airplanes with bombs and shooting downs on but i don't think anybody was thinking about space based weapons but now perhaps we should all be thinking about them. So what do you think about the laser gun battle in space matt. I mean it's ridiculous and fund the fact that there's a crisis in space and then you just find out that the united states in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine has a colonial space marine force ready to go way before our current space force and that they just all meet up their two armies in battle in space guns floating through spaces wonderful. I love bond when he's at his worst and best. So you've got your casino royale on the amazing and then moon raker so campion silly. I love it. It's when they're kind of boring. That i don't like them. You know middle part. What's part of what's striking about. That is if you remember the the early eighties when president reagan was pushing the strategic defense initiative. You know there are a lot of these ideas that were kind of lifted out of science fiction inspiration of using beamed and were fair in space satellites. That would attack. Other satellites kinetic kill weapons in space. I mean there was a lot of stuff that really seemed inspired by people who watched these movies and thought well. Why can't we do that. there was a sense of people trying to make this fiction become real and so many of the bond plots involve satellites specifically. It's just always pops up. Why do you think that is. I think it's just that that because fleming was writing before that by the time you got to the movies and they wanted to be a little bit into the future and they wanted to deal with you know. Things like sti happening in the eighties. It was a way to involve the tech that was real but also still had that a lower of the unknown in science fiction. Well i think it's the old expression the ultimate high ground. Where if you have a weapons in space. And when was moon raker the movie created seventy nine seventy nine which is pretty far along. Because he wrote the book in the sixties and that's just about a rocket but also moon raker featured the first space shuttle and it was basically coordinated to come out when the first us-based shuttle did but they delayed that so moon raker knew about the designs and has a spatial it before the space shuttle ever launch actually pre previewed the shuttle year before the first prototype flights aboard a seven forty seven from thirteen seventy seven and nineteen seventy-eight. The future yeah and in the cold opening of the movie it's the the moon raker space shuttle on top of seven forty seven that is hijacked in flies off the seven forty seven and destroys the seven. Forty seven so you know what you're getting right away along that line moon raker. The book was a guy. What's the villains name. Matt your migo drax god. You're amazing all right. I'm not saying i'm sorry. So who was. He was a national in the book. The fictional character was a national hero. Bright in britain because he was gonna put britain Gonna make britain a world Space faring nation. Britain would therefore have the ability to deliver nuclear weapons. Like blue steel from lucielle was britain's atomic bomb from The high ground of space but he turned out to be a bad guy. Yeah is there any analogy between hugo drax. And not kidding. I'm not. I'm just asking out loud between him and alon. Musk where have you on by. Many people is considered this. Great savior by bringing spacex. Reusable rocket boosters and electric vehicles to market absolutely in. That theme is continued throughout the movies too with christopher walken and of you to achille plays max. Ernie's a leading. An industrialist that it becomes bad it happens again with gustav great forget from die another day but that theme repeats and people have called the alone. Musk type of bond villain because you can easily see him just crossing that threshold and then it's all over. So why do you think that is why. Why is he like that. Or why is that something that keeps popping up. I think yeah. I think it's fascinating to think your captains of industry are working for the good of the people but it's kind of in their power to turn that power to something else and moon rakers one of my favorite novels because as crazy as the movie is one of the most grounded realistic books. In fact i think the first third of it is just bond m and hugo drax playing bridge. So it's not. Barnes always.
"bond" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye
"Does seem like a very james bond kind of trade is in. You wouldn't think that if you open a briefcase. Tear gas is going to go off. You wouldn't think that the guys watch head this extraordinary ability to set off mines. So go ahead tell i that example because you could imagine where the germans are savvy enough to think. What if they've got secret messages in their coat buttons and then they just try to unscrew the typical way. And give up right there this button. Now or james bond style they would unscrew it. And if turned out if you unscrew it the wrong direction at explosives zion era and knocks you out. Yeah so these couple gadgets. We've just discussed are pretty reasonable. But a maybe aren't We have an email from patrick. What is the most scientifically improbable or impossible stunt in gadget in the james bond series. I have an idea. But he's lawyers us from yes. Goldfinger being sucked through the window of an airplane sure the prosthetic fingertips in diamonds are forever. Here's another one. Which i know has been called out But it really it really stay with me odd job the the villain who has the the hat with a razor blade brim and he throws the hat and chops off the head of a statue and then it kills the woman even though it shopped the statue it kills her without leaving any visible martin. My young friend. You have to read the book or it's not a razor decapitates. The statue geologically that like a geologist rock It hits the statue hard enough to know about way kids. It's just my life waste so then the thing is so massive and he is so strong can throw it with such force that he can Break somebody's neck at fifty meters or whatever. It is and source rehabilitated. The entire franchise also in the book is karate chopping bags of rice to build up tremendous calluses on his hands so that his hands are weapons of death and all this stuff. I don't know how many people are still listening but all of this stuff is just so cool. And and matt you've just crystallize it by talking about five minutes in the future. Like if only i had that ability you know and i of course as you all know my big Frisbee buff and former player. And would if only i could throw a frisbee with the same skill and lethal and this is the great question which is if you could have any one of the bond gadgets. Which one would you want. Is that your bill. Is that your choice. I think one of the cars well like is stupid as it is in the movie. The invisible aston martin would be hard to turn down. In so so testified. Tell everybody about the invisible car. So it's in dire another day. which is i think. Generally regarded as the worst bond film ever made. Its pierce brosnan's last. I think from two thousand two or three and john cleese's point q at this point and the behind. The car isn't altogether unheard of. It's that sort of thing with photosensitive cameras on one. Side projecting the image to the other side but it is done with such ability to make the car completely invisible including the glass and everything else. And so it's just a modern aston. Martin that can go invisible and it does. And it ends up looking like predator moving through the jungle and it's just it's too much sci-fi in your bond movies. Sometimes they mix it up too much they went. They went twenty years futures twenty years in five minutes into the future. What is that. let's say that's the most unrealistic bond thing. Yeah what's the most realistic bomb gadget. Well the the from russia with love attache case that just has it as practical as can be does really exist where you can press a button and a knife comes out. It's got some tear. Gas projects gold sovereigns hidden. And it's got a strip of gold sovereigns in it that got to be the most reasonable of all james. Your gold sovereign. I believe is just a gold coin. Almost like pirate booty. But it's the type of thing that i believe. They gave like the paratroopers. Indeed maybe something like that too so you could use it as currency anywhere you win if you were it was like euro. Yeah sh but once i hate are the ones that are so clearly reverse engineered for a plot point like the world is not enough pierce. Brosnan is given a jacket that inflates into a shelter bubble. and it's used specifically in an avalanche. But he didn't know he was going to be in an avalanche or just seem so contrived. Let's see we have another question. That i think is the probability and ridiculously of barn. Thanks we have a voicemail from john. Yes this i think matt please comment as we say on the other side okay. Hey bill and a from portland's here. I just wanted to ask you about the implications of having a handheld laser gun space battle in such close proximity earth as it occurs and raker is laser gun. Practical space weapon would happen if they shot at. Or how could this affect the somewhere. Thanks for taking my question whether you go. Oh yeah and i love the. He's worried about the ozone layer. I i really feel like we need to start there and work backward. Could james bond be harming the ozone. The question is all and michael lonsdale died he was the villain in that film moon. Moon-walker but you guys would know this better than i would does. A laser beam decay so could those laser beams not only home harm the ozone layer. But just go down to hit people and the surface of the earth. So probably not now if you are Tax payer in the us take heart that yes a giant coil. Weapon has been built coil carbon auction. I a- dean laser and this was mounted in a seven forty seven airplane and you would fly it up Pointed at the bad guys satellite and give it a you would somehow disable its antenna conclusions. What sounds like the plot of a bond film. Well it does and so There right now. All sorts of work is going on in statecraft to try to negotiate a new treat new treaties for space based weapons. So i think when when james bond was created by ian fleming after world war two there was of course tremendous concern about air power. But i don't think.
"bond" Discussed on No Time To Die: The Official James Bond Podcast
"We bond fans are demanding bunch. We love things to change, but we also love a bit of nostalgia in amongst all that moving forward. It's a classic movie making conundrum. Really we want the same but different that's no easy task. Bill Tanner is M's chief of staff and four actors played him since his first appearance in the man with the Golden Gun in nineteen seventy four. I sat down with current Tanner Brewery CANEA and asked about characters such as his and that blends of pushing forwards whilst nodding to the past. What sort of brilliantly do the films is that sort of inching forwards as well as holding on? And that's the difficult blend. Isn't it? Yeah and and each time that sense of okay. How do we? How do we? Evolve and how do we bring these films into a whatever whatever whatever the audiences expecting that year. But at the same time, you know resist completely throwing the baby out with the Buffalo and making sure that there is enough for those people that go to see the bond films because of what they represent historically and what they you know that sense of. Holding onto that childhood when they first started watching bond films as well as you know, what does someone who wants to come and see a film for the first time sort of expect these days And I suppose the the the best bond movies will always reflects in some way what's going on in politics in society that contemporary and again, tanneries is another vital part of that isn't it? Because he is part of the government you know. What's going on in his world? Should. Reflect what we watching on the news. Yeah I guess I. Guess in some ways, sort of a civil servant who has to adapt to each new prime minister that comes in or each new boss that comes in like he's adopted from from Judy to rife and that sense of continuity and I guess in that sense of knowing what the rules are so that you can inform the new bloods coming in yes I, think each each films I've been involved in has taken in contemporary story lines or contemporary worries and I guess yeah. Use those for the narrative. No time to die also sees the return of moneypenny 'em secretary. In early films she's more of a traditional assistant and was I played by Lois Maxwell who incidentally is being miss moneypenny more times than any actor has been burned these days though with Naomie Harris in the role she plays an important part in representing how society changed since the nineteen sixties it was such a gift of a role getting to play moneypenny in sky fool because you know for the first time it was this real bring up to date of this role and making her truly reflective of women today you know and women today are going toe to toe with men in all kinds of fields, all kinds of professions and They are respected and expect to be respected quite rightly as well, and so it was wonderful to have the opportunity to reflect that there's a moment in sky full. It's the the shootout scene in the courtroom and Bon just taps the garden with his foot tools moneypenny you just go that. Equals me I know you can do this. We are partners. Yeah. Yeah. No, that's definitely true despite it had shooting him actually which obviously was an accident but even the that I think shows a lot about his says a lot about his character actually the despite the fact that he does get short by her he still trusts her still forgives her and still willing to work alongside her I mean it's hard decision not to go back into the field, but he would happily work alongside Harrigan. Cubby Broccoli real they Albert Romolo Broccoli. Along with his colleague. Harry Saltzman, with the original producers of James Bond films these days it's his daughter Barbara and Stepson Michael who are leading operations at aliens London headquarters. Barbara grew up on the film set of bond alongside her father whereas Michael was a qualified engineer and a partner in an international tax law firm. Before he entered the world of Bond, they tell me what it's been like taking over that legacy. Lovely Line of advice. I've seen you quote from your father, which was don't let other people screw it up. A slightly. SPREAD APPLE DISHES We understand. On. A practical level. What does that mean do you think is that is that doesn't mean that you was the family have just oversee every tiny elements. Yeah. I mean as he did you know he and Harry when they started this franchise were very hands on and micromanaged everything. And you know when Michael Knight took over. I think you know we feel the responsibility of the weight of the responsibility of what they started and everyone else who began the series whether it was. Dick mayb on the writer. Terence young director everyone put their hearts and souls into these films and the audiences have come to love them. So I, think we take our responsibility very seriously and I think what he meant by that was. Don't let other people who don't have. The kind of. You know long vision who aren't. You know completely involved in this series make decisions that will. Change Bond in a way that. Might really damage bond films forever. So it was like even, but he wanted us to take risks. You know he said take risks. If you WANNA, make mistakes fine. You guys mistakes but don't let other people talk you into making mistakes i. think that's something we've tried to live by. Do you think with each new film. What would have thought of it? Oh. Yes. Of course. And I think. You know there's there's. A lot of. People we owe. Responsibility to to. Not Screw it up and. the audience. Is Big. One. Company and all the other people that were involved in the beginning. The actor SUV but their heart and soul into it writers directors. So. There's a lot of responsibility and. Knowing no time to is well as you do what do you think he would have a thought of this one in particular. I think he would have loved Daniel I really wish he'd gotten to see Daniel Because, I think he would have just loved what he did with the character and also he would love him as a person. He would love the commitment that. Daniel. Takes on when he makes these films and. Takes it so seriously and how he gives it all and I think he would really love this movie. It's just still enthralling and. It's It's such a ride. It's emotional light as well as A. As, a action adventure ride, which I think is, what makes it so great what Daniels brought to the characters? Sort of. Emotions. Company used to say that he thought automatic secret service was. Very important on film and maybe one of the best written ones. Best Stories and casino. Royale another one that he in Harrow wanted to make but never had the rights to. I think this one. Would feel the same about has. The same elements in it you know kind of. Tragic love story you know. Very emotional based. Story about bond. Coming up.
"bond" Discussed on No Time To Die: The Official James Bond Podcast
"What we know about this new agent Michael Talk with the actor playing her Lassana Lynch and aims no me. She's a w Agen and she's very much to shake things up in six in my opinion she's very skilled. Schools that she doesn't have she'll probably just learn on the spot and then pretend like she knew all along. She's a good representation of where women are very empowered very Pinon it and gives people a run for their money. How does bond respond to a character like that? I mean tons into eventually economy mutual respect for each other because they come from the same program and they know what your child is capable of the beginning you know he's she's definitely technologically advanced on because he's been away for a long time. She knows exactly which buttons to press. She always like a James Bond file on her shelf at home and has been studying it for two years, and now she's had that opportunity to ship it to sit down with him tell exactly what she thinks and is a real powerful moment because. He stopped in his tracks by a woman does the same thing as him for the first time and we've never seen that before and that's actually what keeps things fresh the every few years it has to come in and reinvent itself a little bit. Yeah and what a great job they've done it during that you know it's always like a massive event when the James Bond Film is announced because People Think, oh, they're going to do now who they gonNA cause who's going to be the villain where they gonNA shoot whatever landscapes and? It's always very exciting. Always people will always have their favorites, but you can't deny that feeling when you find out the next one is coming because you know the is about.
"bond" Discussed on No Time To Die: The Official James Bond Podcast
"bond" Discussed on No Time To Die: The Official James Bond Podcast
"And welcome to no time today. The official James Bond podcast on your host King James King and I promise. That will be the last time I do that gag no time today is the twenty fifth film in the nearly sixty year old franchise. This series will give you unrivalled access to what goes on behind the scenes in Double-o 007 latest blockbuster outing and reminiscing about a few bond movies from the past. We'll explore iconic locations, cult characters and the craft of making a bond film. Plus will also take a look at that legendary collection of cars found briefcase full of gadgets and that Oso stylish wardrobe. We'll speak to everyone you've ever wanted to hear from from no time to dis. Director Cary Joji Fukunaga and produces Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli to those responsible for special effects, costumes and casting plus Rami, Malik Nomi Harris Jeffrey Rights, layer CDU, and the man himself Daniel Craig who tell us what it's like being w seven. One of the things I love about bond films is how they tap into the fears and anxieties of us the audience the best ones feel socially and politically relevant from Cold War power play to cyberterrorism to media, power and intrusion. In this episode will explore the themes and storylines in no time to die I, sat down with director cary. Joji Fukunaga to find out about bond's latest outing. Well, I think what's special about the bond films as they do exist in. Their time but not too specifically, they're in parallel universe they never really mentioned prime minister's names are world leaders or even very, very rarely countries. What was the biggest challenge you faced when making time today trying to figure out how to make this story compelling in the period that we had and to make it seem like it's continuous with the rest of the phones but also exist on its own for people who aren't as familiar with the previous films still be. Fresh and new. The. First James Bond Film was Dr Know Back in nineteen sixty two and featured bond on a quest to track down a scientist.
"bond" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!
"We should have been doing that with a double walkers. ooh, yeah! It was really good. The way we did it, but it would have been better with double walkers. I think yeah. And continuing and live and let die. He took a deep draft of his whiskey in Goldfinger bond leaned against the Jama the door. He took a long pull. It is whiskey in you. Only live twice. Suntory Whiskey is mentioned in the movie. Bond drinks it in Nakas Garden. Okay, so and Tori whiskey has gotten very very popular lately at least here in the US, and so it's. It's kind of interesting that you think about back. The time that this book was written him drink drinking this I don't know if it was exported back then. I'm not sure. But. It's a very very good whiskey maker so props to him for coming up with that one at that time. And drink other stuff, too like Burma Noir. You're talking about the fact that the sketches bourbons and stuff like that. Sometimes. He put some water in the BURBOT. In on her and Her Majesty's Secret Service. He's if you actually look at the type manuscripts that we did. Yes, he scratched out. There's Bourbon and changed it to Jack Daniel's Bourbon while so he poured himself a drink on the rocks and adds water is. Stats being coming from Tennessee. That's kind of Nice to see. The project handles pub publish there, and then even in on Her Majesty's Secret Service. Bond poured himself a stiff Bourbon and water with plenty of ice. He was meeting with DRACO for the first time, and draco pulled out a pinch bottle. Hey. And another of I W Harper Bourbon. Cool, so you've got bond with the Bergman. You draco with the Bourbon it's. Scotch it's it's kind of fun how he actually ties these things in here. Yeah and. It was yeah. Times are forever. Right, yeah, he walks over the Bari, orders himself a Bourbon and branch water now branch water isn't something that we.
"bond" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money
"This message comes from. Npr SPONSOR TURBO TAX to help people feel more comfortable doing their taxes. Turbo tax live gives you access to experienced. Cpa's and as who can review your return line by line to make sure your taxes are done right turbo tax. All PEOPLE ARE TAX PEOPLE. This message comes from. Npr sponsored show. Bonnie Haute mates a taste just like milk. It's creamy frothy and great with coffee and cookies. But without the dairy because it's not milk it's almost milk new Shabani owed the idea behind. Pandemic bonds is actually kind of brilliant. Pandemics are incredibly expensive and unpredictable and raising money as fast as you need to can be really hard. The World Bank created pandemic bonds in two thousand seventeen just after the Ebola virus had devastated parts of Africa raising money quickly to fight. Bulla had proven really difficult so the World Bank thought they could use financial markets. Get some big money set aside for pandemics Olga. Jonas is an economist and senior fellow at the Harvard Global Health Institute and she was at the World Bank for more than thirty years she says. These bonds were aimed at pension funds and wealthy investors. Were they popular bonds like a lot of people. Oh yeah they were oversubscribed. Really opponent was two hundred percent oversubscribed. Really it's easy to see why for starters. Investors got to feel charitable and. They made money kind of a lot of money between six and eleven percent return on their investment every year meanwhile the World Bank would keep the principal. The money investors had used to buy the bonds and if a pandemic didn't hit the poorest countries by July twenty twenty then the investors would get that money back plus all the payments that they'd gotten along the way and it's a pandemic did hit investors would lose the bond money and the World Bank would then use the money from those bonds hundreds of millions of dollars as cash at the ready for the country's most in financial need. Most investors would lose the money. But Dave gotten all these payouts along the way and they know their money is going to help places that really needed pandemic bonds got a ton of press when they launched in two thousand seventeen. Everybody was enchanted capitalism. That helps people what's not to love. You know they. They go for full to ops. So called an ounce so yes you don't seem to be a fan of of pandemic bonds. She's not August. Despite all the fanfare pandemic bonds don't seem to be helping anyone for one thing says Olga. The bonds are way too complicated. There's all this red tape. Between the hundreds of millions of dollars stored up in the bonds and the countries in need Olga says the bonds come with a document called the perspective that outlines the terms of the bond like when they would pay out a little. Like if you buy fire insurance. There's a document laying out the instances in which you would or wouldn't be paid the fine print typically says. Oh God these are ten to fifteen pages long. On the other hand. The pandemic bond prospectus is three hundred eighty six three hundred and eighty six pages and those pages lay out all of these terms that a disease outbreak has to meet a certain number of people have to have died from the disease over a certain period of time. The deaths have to have happened in certain countries. The spread has to be happening at a certain pace. They're just so many conditions is already terms. And you know nobody. I know figured out really so far. I'm at Harvard. Smart Real so which that convoluted the terms of the payout. One thing that's clear. The Prospectus says it will be determined whether the pandemic bonds will pay out twelve weeks after the official start of the pandemic. That is if the pandemic meets all the terms laid out by the bonds. According to the World Health Organization the official START OF CORONA VIRUS WAS DECEMBER. Thirty First. And that would mean that the bonds pay out this week. I think it's March twenty third when the bonds are supposed to pay out. Oh the latest is that it's a six. Olga is right so we asked the World Bank about this and they told us yes. The twelve week period does end this week but now they need a few weeks to do the calculations to determine if corona virus qualifies if it meets all the terms of the pandemic bonds in other words if the bonds will be used to get money to the countries in need for corona virus is just completely baffling for a normal person. Not only is it baffling August says but all of the red tape is doing real harm. Every day that the payouts get delayed hurts the countries that are not getting it more than any other kind of disaster. Olga says floods fires earthquakes hurricanes in a pandemic. You need to spend the money as soon as you possibly can. Longer you wait the less money can do. Does the main principle of outbreak control is that you act as soon as possible because the convey agent can grow exponentially that I'd like to infect four infect sixteen infants aged four. Yeah you're always behind. Oh the money might stretch further or like be more effective if if it goes into play earlier of 'cause that is if the bonds payout at all some of the terms of the bond required a certain number of deaths have to happen in the very poorest countries and the disease has to be spreading a certain speed in those countries but also says that can be a problem for instance. Olga says if you look at the number of reported cases of Corona virus in countries like Kenya Afghanistan and Haiti places. There would potentially stand to get money from the pandemic bonds. The number of cases looks really low. Just a handful but that does not mean that corona virus isn't there and spreading fast. It could just mean that there are not many tests being done. Olga says all of this complication has meant that the very mission of the bonds to get money to the poorest countries quickly is not happening in fact the pandemic the bonds were created to address. Ebola didn't even qualify for a payout. Another epidemic erupted in two thousand eighteen in Africa devastating already war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo and the pandemic bonds never paid out. It did not pay for Ebola. That did not count as far as the outbreak bonds. Were concerned this was not a eligible. Wow it was a horrific situation exactly the kind of situation where the country needs help. Yeah extra help okay. And here's the rule bearing with ver- instrument that's called bond and it doesn't do anything more than two thousand people died in that outbreak of Ebola and meanwhile the World Bank has doled out tens of millions of dollars in payments to pandemic bond investors since two thousand seventeen pandemic bonds aside. The bank has been getting billions of dollars to needy countries. It just announced a package of fourteen billion dollars to help countries fight the corona virus. Pandemic if you're looking for more news about corona virus. Npr has a new daily podcast. For just that. It's called Corona virus daily with new episodes every weekday in the late afternoon. This episode was produced by Lena. Sons Gary in fact check by Britney Cronin our editors Patty hearst and the indicator is a production of NPR..
"bond" Discussed on Nerdificent
"We're GONNA make fun of all of this like swinging sixties style but then Goldmember was straight up like we're doing a bond movie it. We're not even GONNA pretend anymore. Yeah like beyond say is going to play it would always kind of like not just problematically play with like race but also like women race like I hear the two bongos Bambi and thumper thumper is going to be like this black girl but like poofy like you know the poofy abused. Afro ups and Thumper is going to be like a sweetest blonde. That's just what they do so Bambi and thumper and what yeah come on man I couldn't you have a name plenty. O'Toole that is not a name of somebody names at shot yeah. We're GONNA get an email from plenty hughes me listen. I come from a very room. Line of my father was a plenty plenty. My son is plenty. Did you read any of the Comex or collect any of the comics James Bond Comics I never did I never did it. Part of it. I think was because you either have the novels which were like super pulpy or you had the movies which were movies and awesome in the comic books always felt like this weird have stepped between nine. It's like I'm not going to get what I want out of this because like marvelous but in these comics sad and I'm sure it's a good idea but the things that I respond to in a bond film as like a fourteen year old boy not showing up allows things for fourteen year old boys there was the new one thousand nine hundred three was actually the first bond video game which was developed by the Parker brothers and was released for Atari however that is not the one that comes to mind for all the nine hundred ninety seven seven first person shooter Video Game Goldeneye okay. We're going to seven and sixty four baby because if he's about to Wax Poetic Woah hold on I it's so funny because I have never seen a single james bond film but but I have played many Goldeneye Goldeneye special in the sense that it had it normalized first person shooters it changed the game literally and so you know it got people well aware of of crappy hit boxes with odd job. If you chose odd job you were a horrible human being and so like everything about golden eye is so fun and they recently did a source remastered for pc so you can grab that if you're the on the PC master race but you know it super it was fun and what kind of sucked was it was so good so nostalgic that our bond game aimed never was able to survive a around that I think there was like was it a diet. It was either die another day or What is the one that came out for? PS Two or ps one nine fire night fire. That's what it Saint James Bond 007 night fire for ps two. I think that's what it was then and it was it was great. I just remember the Golden. I was the first party game. I'd ever really play yeah it. was you know like it was it was a game where somebody had an end sixty-four before you go over and always be like five or six people in that house and for them would be playing golden at any given time and there was and it was it became a social event in a way that video games hadn't been for me in the before and there was always like is in the screen was divided until his four boxes right so four people were playing at once giant screen. There's always one screen where some person could not figure route how to focus on the floor. I just look straight ahead bells. Els next level and you know just talking about Goldeneye. It's crazy to think that insects before launched two of the biggest like multi player Party Games not counting Mario Party but you have smash Rose Golden. It's crazy to know all that came from the insects four totally. I'm curious because as we're going over these the key actors that play James Bond to me Pierce Brosnan was my James Bond because he was who I was first introduced to grew up with until Daniel Craig came into the picture. Who Do you consider your James Bond Good. The first bond movie I ever saw was never say never again so sean connery as my button I think I've seen more Roger Moore James Bond movies. MTV anybody else and that was more contemporary for me like I was a kid of the eighties and he was late seventies into like eighty five eighty six. I think but it's kind of always going to be Sean connery for me and even like never say never again is when he's the old Abban. He's willing to pay. Bond is just and it's a remake of another bond movie because they're like. MGM Has the lock on James Bond Movies and they have for since at the very beginning but there were some weird dispute with screenwriter of Thunder Ball and he claimed some rights to it and so that's the one movie that if any other company he wants to make they can remake thunderball and so it was thunderball in the never say never again which is just a remake of thunderball again and so I I remember that that was a summer and I was a bad boy at school and it was just coming out on HBO. I had forged my report card uh-huh forgery that junior high school. You're really really good at all right so we're GONNA. I'm GonNa make these fs as because nobody will notice that and these these are going to be bees that totally works six and and I had told my parents like at length that I really wanted to see this movie movie and then when they caught me in my master forgery they were like you can't do anything in for summer so you know Caribbean parents. That's how that goes. Oh yeah so so from June through September I was like locked in my room but then like Wentz winced once I got paroled dad had videotaped never say never again for me whole present for me as I completed my my rounds in in the big house house and I remember watching that movie and loving it to death even though it's not great yeah but it didn't matter yeah this was this was the price that was your freedom. This is my freedom for like I'm give it's funny. talking about like your James Bond's and stuff like that because you know Danny you say Daniel Craig was yours but when Myers broads favorite bond movie casino because the Internet was not unhappy with Daniel Craig during productions. They had a website called Daniel Craig is not bond dot com to express their satisfaction just in case you you think the release the Snyder cut crew is a new thing we been wild nerds have been awhile in on the Internet for the history was very three. Yes that was a huge thing blonde. These weird big years yeah because he didn't have the same debonair. You know his good What am I trying to like small laying right before him pierce had like but it's also funny because you're going based off of just a portrayal of a book look at least in Comic Books. It's like I seeing something but in a book it's like like when it was a big thing with rubing black you know and lots the times it's real funny to see how like just accurately described black features in books always seem to be just skipped over by a white people people when they read it where it's like. Oh curly. Oh must be ginger. You Know Yeah Yeah. It's always like wild to see like you know just the way. People are just conditioned to whitewash but it's even crazier when it's like you know just a white dude on paper could be a white dude on screen but just we've grown so accustomed that they were so mad in the now you know people are like mad that he's not gonna be it and it's funny because that reminds me of because people are we're so quick to forget on the Internet because now Heath Ledger is everyone's favourite joker but when you boy was announced people were mad. you know little not as much as him because now they've kind of learned a little. Robert Pattinson people have fought aww man well anyway. It's funny because like it just got a went to show you people who don't watch movies outside of Comic Book Movies when they're like. He's not a good actor was a goal. You haven't seen anything besides twilight gives off. Hello Bruce Wayne Vibes totally have to take a really quick break. We're going to hop back into the future of James. Bond right after this. Hey what's up nerd fan. We got a new podcast that we want to check out. Yes ear wolf has a new podcast. Get Rich quick schemes called get rich nick hosts Nick Turner and Nick Batum Rock. Try everything under the sun to make money now fast today including including horse racing lemonade stands donating plasma trivia nights tasks rabbit et Cetera. The list goes on yeah. Some of them work most of them. Don't this reminds me. I don't know if you've seen a spooky but one of the characters gets involved in Erbil light like invest one hundred fifty thousand dollars and they have to turn that around and it's wild. I can't wait to see what the to Knicks do yeah and also interview fellow Comedians and specialists like Henry's brow ski from the last podcast on the left Matt Kirsch from probably science and JC Coakley from fashionably late yet subscribed to get rich nick now in your podcast APP aw and we're back. I just wanted to show you this picture so this is what James Bond looks like to Ian Fleming. Not It's not really far off in my opinion from some of the like Sean connery also it looks like Alfred the Butler yeah. He also looks like that weird guy from the first Charlie of angels Israel's movie you remember the one who was smelling drew Crispin Glover Chris could how could I just be Ojemaye. Oh Jimmy Fly yes. This is interesting. This is like the interpretation of what an Yeah Ian Fleming's James Bond not quite in my opinion so what we're looking at will we'll we'll tweet this out but not quite He looks more like a librarian but that's what it is. It was an ordinary man should chimney sweep yeah yeah so now. It's the fun to talk about the future of James Bond and I am the end. There's lots of fun things that we talked about in the past that you've kind of educated me on on and that begs so many fun questions. I often foremost you know the big news that has come out from the new James. Bond movie is that there's a let me get this correctly..
"bond" Discussed on Nerdificent
"CMG are in VR is a fictional character created by the British journalist and novelist Ian Fleming in nineteen fifty three so I guess I was not aware that he was first in novels before the film's. Yeah yeah he was he he wrote like in Fleming Rhode like two or three books that he wrote Casino Royal and like on Her Majesty's Secret Service and Dr Dr No in some version of that order and and they were kind of like they didn't go anywhere like there's GonNa hit the marketplace and they died and then it it became like I think it was John F. Kennedy interview with Playboy magazine back in the day and John Kennedy was like my favorite books are James His bond books and suddenly became oh well if president screws a lot really likes the books then there must be something going on yeah and then suddenly they became bestsellers. Are you telling me that John F. Kennedy was the first influence her I think so I think tagged up posts read any of the original novel. I read like five or six of them. They're shorter than the movies. They are like crazy misogynist. I mean like that's that is that is they're very much a product of their time in that like James Bond loved Jamaica because Ian Fleming Love Jamaica like you would like he would summer. Are there or winter there or whenever you can go there and so like reading Goldfinger which is all set in Jamaica. You're like oh like it's Kinda Yeah Yeah. I mean like sure we'll go to the Bahamas and that's going to be different but no. It's just like it becomes. He's got like a black lack buddy. WHO's not really a buddy. He's more like a waiter. Slash chauffeur's slash valet and yeah and every woman is kind of disposable you know and it's it is bringing that to the modern era is a challenge. I think is the and you see these James Bond movies as you go you go back and look at the Sean Connery's and they still retain that vestige the jove of old school feelings about masculinity and femininity Daniel Craig and it's like listen. You'RE GONNA have sex with the lady but it's not GonNa be as unfortunate as it had been brass. Yeah it seems like as it moved forward in time it went from the bond girls to the bond girl right. I mean there. There would still be the like does he have to sleep with like three women yes like and there's always like the bond girl who dies early fate his adventure. I'm really motivated. Now that woman now that I can't even remember who she was. She's dead and now revenge must happen and then there's like the good blunt bond girl who managed to survive the adventure so that she can miss the James Bond before the closing credits. That's the way that goes which is not enlightened lightened just a couple of things about Ian Fleming who created him so he was a naval intelligence officer and while working for Britain's naval intelligence elegance division during the Second World War Fleming was involved in planning operation golden eye as we can see where that came from also didn't know at the first bond novel was Casino Royale and that is actually my favorite bond fell really. Have you seen both versions of Casino Royale. Oh I didn't see the original aw Yeah No. The original is weird because it was Daniel Craig. Yeah there is like there's James Bond is played by David. I you think and then there's Jimmy Bond guy played by Woody Allen. Oh Boy Yeah No. This was the whole thing I thought this was going to be when you said Jimmy Bond I thought it was. I thought this was like a man and aqua. Lads is my boss. Jimmy go get him. It's not good okay so casino. Royale dropped the the novel dropped April one thousand nine hundred eighty three so that was the first one that was the first James Bond novel Paul Fleming Ended Up Writing Twelve novels in two short story collections his final to being the man with the golden gun that came out in nineteen sixty. Five and octopussy still wild name. I'd still still wild and the living daylights that came out in nineteen sixty six the he used I used to I think they might still do they would always have premieres of those movies in London. Royal Albert Hall and was always a thing where like the Queen and the prince would come to the screenings screenings because it was a whole like it's it's the biggest character that that ever came out of Britain. Maybe Harry Potter might now be like number two. They might be fighting for number one at some point but it was a national event when a bond movie would come out and so the in Goldfinger they there's a character in Goldfinger named Pussy Galore and so and they were concerned about whether or not they would like. Can we put this movie out with this cartoon. Pussy Galore and then when the Queen saw the movie and then went to like the Broccoli's who produce these movies is good character Pussy Galore. We got the queen to say Pussy Galore and like Octopussy is a name that the queen to say and I remember reading some interview with Daniel Craig being somewhat concerned that the queen who would still go see bond movies by the time you got to casino sooner. Hell is going to watch him. Get bashed in the nuts over and over the queen's watchmen bollocks besmirched in. I remember that scene so I left to the left speaking of James Bond. Can you talk a little bit about his him. His character I mean James Bond is he is a well also that name sorry because that's not his name right John Well. It kind of it kind of is there's there's two theories. The theory is that like every every actor who comes in and plays James Bond is playing the same guy right like is sean connery and minutes. It's George Lazenby and then it's Roger Moore and then it's here's President Pierce Brosnan and then there was Timothy to be Dalton in there for a second. There's just playing the same character as it goes or are. There is the idea of the James Bond codename James Bond is that goes with a double o seven identity like there's there's nine agents have the licensed to kill of which 007 double o seven. James Bond is one of them every time James Bond dies. Somebody else takes that identity and then moves on and does the things we dr who in that way but James Bond is he was an orphan he was raised sort of you know in in in some things feeling luxury but not quite he he joined during the military young age because that's kind of what at least in this world orphan's do rose up the ranks and then was sort of a blunt instrument like he he was never like the spy spy ever. He was never like like I'm gonNA weather's awesome suit and infiltrate zelma shoot a bunch of people maybe punch him in the face a lot recruited into the into the special service which is the double-o section section which there's one guy named 'em who kind of calls all the missions and there's a guy in Cuba whose quartermaster and gives them all of his weapons and doodads and whatever and there was the the executive decorative assistant who is always called Secretary Miss Moneypenny who would always be his sort of like in-house flirtation lady and then he would always he would start on a mission that was kind of not really connected to anything he would go and talk to 'em he get his big mission and then Goff into the world and like Globe Trot- which is a big part of what made those movies especially work because nobody got to travel the sixties and seventies like who's got money to Istanbul or Duchamp Bay or Tokyo were Cairo or or skiing in the Alps and so those movies were vicarious. He is thrilled for people like I've never seen that place. What's Venice like James Bond went events and now I kind of know and so people would go to see those movies like vacation in a weird crazy way. I mean I feel that way now with the with the with millennials now you can travel. We'll know I feel like that is like like the kind of Lake. The core of a lot of art is like you know we often talk about. You know the escapism of it but also just living vicariously league I remember when when I was a when I was a team the there was a game that was called a true crime streets of La and they had all the different La streets treats and I didn't have my driver's license yet so I would like drive around the streets like not solving crimes and all this stuff but just to Magin what it'll be like when I have my driver's driver's license driving around. La Solving cry I saw that more crimes irl than in the but yeah so so there's that that kind of beauty of art of just like seeing these beautiful places an and experiencing them even though you can't physically experience them yeah yeah and the the bond novels especially in the movies sort of after the fashion were aspirational. I think to like a generation of men for good in for ill the good of it is James. Bond really liked dressed well and he lived well liked good food and like it's a weird like Somalia's guide to wine and stuff flick. Those books are all like he's super refined super feet super like you know well. You wouldn't have the fifty four Rothschild before a stake my God what kind of barbarian all you dude like. You're a killer but but and that's that's sort of how it helped. Titans playboy playboy was also very much like here's here's the guy that you kind of WanNa. Be Like you say you should dress. Here's the party should go to. Here's The music you should listen to. Here's the books you should read. here's the women you should want to consort with. If James Bond fit right into their like he he was the the guy you want it to be. that changes over time you know and especially the as is the more diverse a audience gets the less they might want to just be that guy you know. James Bond May or may not eventually actually change with those times because there is no good reason why James Bond if it's going to be played by a bunch of different actors yeah could also be played by a person of color yeah and now that's a that's been the interesting conversation and and we'll I'll I'll save that one because there's stuff about the new one that I definitely want to dig into and you yeah yeah and I definitely want your thoughts on but when we come back we're GonNa talk about you know the Double-o call sign kind of what that means and get all into at that meeting stuff. See you in a bit. Hey Danny. We're pretty busy aren't we. We are two of the busiest people that I know if you it was something that has helped as I started using zap year which kind of automates all my different APPS that I use for my different stuff whether it'd be the emails. The podcast has stuff. They even have a connection for twitch things to which is Pearl Yeah There's one zap that I have where if I get a email with an attachment it automatically adds it to my google drive which is perfect because now I don't have to just go back and search every time I need to find the show doc. It's just waiting for me in Google so it connects. It's all of your business software into one place..
"bond" Discussed on The Librocube
"Hi yeah this pierce brosnan james bond is sent to investigate the connection between north green terrorists and diamond mobile who's funding the development of international space weapon because if i know anything of international space weapons quite often they involve needing diamonds for them because that's the thing somehow this one has halle berry it's the halle berry one you got judi dench john cleese michael madsen which assertive weird and pretty great yeah weird michael madsen has an james bond movie i it just seems that it's shouldn't happen but does and i don't mind it sort of a rosamund pike who's been in a lot of things i did actually remember her in this but she was very good actually compared to some of the bond women yeah it's normally bond girls he'll go ahead and call them bond women rating wise i do enjoy this it's got some good gadgets does have that weird halle berry pierce brosnan sex scene that really really gets into it i'll go like like four yeah this is a good good james bond movie and saying it's a good movie and a james bond movie can potentially mean different things okay moving on to a quadrophenia yeah movie i'd heard about a million times in one form or the other and finally decided to pull the trigger came out in nineteen seventy nine as sort of a very heavily would you call a jukebox now you went to college lots of music and i've always heard this had really good music in it and it does to degree.
"bond" Discussed on The Watch
"Every time you say he's more is is currency is more powerful than anything else and there is such a desire to basically strip mine the cannon for content that every one of your previously considered to be unadaptable classics is going to be up for a tv version movie virgin and bond is one of bond obviously isn't a classic literature but bond is one of those those ten polls that is always going to be in production and always going to be in development and what i'm realizing and this is coming of a little bit from watching things as they unfold on the development side is the slavish devotion to protecting and doing right by these older institutions in these beloved classics that means something to a lot of people i think in general those executives and creatives who are fostering this are forgetting that a lot of these the best parts of these books characters franchises have already been strip mined for parts themselves to your point inception had some of the better james bond set pieces that we've seen in recent years you're you're totally right about that what can bond do better inception can also be original and have be about something else and so this this tension between people like the broccoli's were protecting their asset and the the people who want to use bond to make a contemporary story the tension between them is always going to exist more likely we might be headed to a point where we are going to see all of our favorite directors and writers bond movie in other pieces of work so then what is abundant and you know what i'm saying they've resisted doing what star wars is done honestly which is in there isn't a money penny movie there isn't a q young a young m movie there isn't a spectre movies it's to seem so unbridged the hell i mean like honestly if i if you really wanted to cake up how would you start from the beginning.