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Fresh update on "bradbury" discussed on Big Blue View
"San Francisco Forty niners fell by a terrible score thirty, six to nine the biggest loss so far this season after to close fought game some promising things we saw those. First two games but Chris it. There's really not a lot of good things that we can point from a huge blowout loss like this to a forty niners team that was depleted significantly by injuries and Chris. I think that you have to just point to the fact that this is a much better coached team that when they face adversity, they're able to push out there backups into. Tough situations to go and play and play a quality level to win if needed this team is a super bowl contending team for a reason and they're going to win games even with all these injuries despite US expecting, and also I think a lot of people expecting them to be vulnerable this week. Yeah Yeah I. Think we really saw the difference between the giants and a super bowl contender. The forty niners were better prepared better coached they. The players that were on the field just outplayed the giants and honestly their team is better built. Know they had by my count thirteen starters or major contributors injured by the end of the game and they still blew the giants off the field you know, yes not having Xavier mckinney not having saquon Barkley not having sterling shepherd that hurt the giants. But it didn't hurt the giants more than the forty niners were. So like you said, there might have been a couple bright spots. A couple of positive takeaways we could have from this game Riley Dixon's punt. The end of the game the play of James Bradbury in the first half but honestly, that doesn't really matter when you step back and take a look at the game as a whole. Yeah. The the positives from this game or not really big enough to to highlight. But rather to acknowledge the various takeaways that were blatantly exposed in this game and when you have a bad loss like this, it is obviously devastating for fans and. Also for the organization but the one thing you do get from it Chris is you can learn the most glaring issues on your team very quickly when you have a loss like this, and one of the things that has now become a trend for this giants team is an inability to move the ball on offense in three straight games. In terms of point production, they scored sixteen against the steelers, the score thirteen against the Chicago bears and today they only scored nine points against a defense that we could. Both argue is not as good as the other two defenses they faced in week one in week two and with such little offense of production. You have to start talking about Jason. Garrett and I think that some of the things that go with that conversation about Garrett is some of the issues with the play calling it seems like there is a lot of predictability for defenses to know what is coming and I point to. To explain that point. By how little separation there is for some of the giants receivers on a number of plays it seems like there was a lot of plays in this game where there were there was not a lot of room for receivers to get open and not a lot of guys for Dana. Jones to get the ball to. So it's tough to move the ball offensively when there's not. Much separation yet that does kind of track. Some of the things we heard from people who study and follow the cowboys when the giants hired Jason Garrett is that his offense? Yes. It can be very good when it everything is working correct but it can also be very predictable and also we did have concerns through the off season as just how held the giants personnel would fit. The Scheme Garrett wanted to install now. Obviously. I. Don't think we are running the giants are running not not us. We're not in the building but the giants I don't think are running the scheme they really wanted to but even trying to adapt trying to make something work, find something that will work. It's just not. In. The other thing that comes from this lack of offensive production that you have to discuss. Is it's not like the the this team is going three and out and constantly putting the football. This this team has moved the ball down the field past the fifty yard line a lot, and they did it a decent amount this game, and then they'll stall around the fifty or forty yard line to kick a field goal or there will be some type of a turnover some type of play. The completely derails a drive when you need to be able to. Cap Off in Finnish those drives and the there was only one punt by the giants offense in this game. So the the lack of ability to finish as been a very major issue for this giants team already in three games yet and I. I would say you can expand that to include the defense as well. They showed the graphic during the game how the giants have the best I down defense in the NFL andy worst third down defense in the NFL and. Third is the money down on both sides of the ball you need to be able to convert on third down part of it is that the giants can't run the ball to save their life and it's only getting worse with each game. You know you need some kind of a running game to be able to pick up those short yardage downs just because things happen fast a well executed run play faster than a well executed passing play. If the giants just cannot hit those that it makes it entirely too easy for defenses, which is what we've seen so far this game we saw yet again, Daniel Jones with an interception also a fumble on an attempted reverse plates Evan. Ingram. The trend continues for Daniel Jones. Would we noticed from that interception? Is the same stuff that we've seen from him frequently in these bad situations when he makes these mistakes and it's on him, this play was because he was locked in on Evan Ingram and did not look through his progressions and forced the ball into a very, very tight spot. That is something that Daniel Jones has shown a lack of ability to progress and fix..
Fresh update on "bradbury" discussed on Purity Products
"Broadcast booth. 40. Niners have dominated the game. 28 plays to the Giants 17. They've had the ball for 15 minutes and 12 seconds. New York 7 23. They only marginally out. Ganga went outside. It's six Kendrick born goes in return motion. Mullins a play action throws over the middle ball got kept up into the air and complained he was trying to go to Brandon. I you And Isaac. He had on the corner was in the middle of field and read that and tip that ball up in the air. The 40 Niners are lucky that was not intercepted, No doubt right into the teeth of the coverage. Nick Mullen through it, But I'm telling you, Connors in cut, he slipped and fell down on the field on this play acts in play. I think Mullins had to wait just a Ah, hair for him to get back up off the ground. Then the ball came out in the Adam. Excuse me, Logan, Ryan Ryan and on Adam was in coverage. But it was Logan Ryan is playing like a safety. Here he is. His safety was a corner in New England have a hybrid Smart player Judge Bill in there. Tip that ball away. 2nd 10 Mullins throws out right cut by Kendrick Bowling on Bradbury for a 40 Niner first down. I've got to tell you. That is a good throw from Nick Mullins. Everyone says Nick Mullins doesn't have the arm strength to drive it outside outside.
Los Angeles - Bobcat Fire North Of Duarte More Than Doubles In Size, Still No Containment
"Fire crews and bulldozers trying to build containment lines around the 5000 acre bobcat fire. But the fire bosses are also warning people in half a dozen communities. They are at risk. If this fire spread south and west, the major concern is the weather. Red flag fire conditions will exist for the next three days, with the wind said to come out of the north northeast. A 10 to 35 miles an hour Tuesday afternoon fire incident commander Steve Goldman says homes in 20 in Monrovia are first in line to be affected with Sierra Madre, Glendora and Bradbury in line after that, If you've got a Santa Ana condition, really all six of those communities because of the rate of spread of a fire like that they're all either going to be in a warning or an evacuation. But if you get a strong san and a push of that fire sheriff's deputies and police agencies are already putting together contingency plans for people in the area to get organized. For potential evacuation by Tuesday morning at the latest people should have essential items packed in their car's ready to leave. If an order is given at
Mid-Atlantic, Northeast states work to cut CO2 from transportation
"The mid Atlantic and northeast regions of the US are home to major cities and sprawling road networks. All that traffic creates a lot of carbon pollution. Transportation issues are multi state and regional by their very nature. So it really does make a lot of sense to tackle them in a regional way. James Bradbury is with the Georgetown Climate Center it facilitates transportation and climate initiative a collaboration between Washington DC and twelve states to reduce transportation emissions. Of the group are developing a regional cap and invest programme, it could take effect as early as twenty twenty two when it does it would require fuel suppliers to hold allowances essentially permits for the carbon pollution caused by the fuel they distribute and the total number of allowances would be capped and then decline over time to ensure that you actually get the emissions reductions. The allowances will be bought and sold at Auction and the proceeds will help fund cling transportation. For example, they could be used for mass transit bike paths
"bradbury" Discussed on Reset with Jenn White
"I'm Justin Kauffman in this is reset. The world is celebrating the Centennial of author, Ray Bradbury's birth. The Joaquin born bradberry is acknowledged as one of the world's all time. Great Scifi writers the seminal works include Fahrenheit four, fifty, one illustrated man Bradberry died and twenty twelve but the literary communities enjoying numerous celebrations for his one hundredth on briberies actual birthday on August twenty second. The Library of Congress will feature read alongs by actors and authors like William. Shatner Rachel. Bloom and Neil gaiman and Bradbury's official biographer Sam. Weller is doing his part to celebrate the life of a man who's still looms larger than life. You know I think with each passing year that this man has left our planet and gone out wherever we go when we depart he becomes more important to the Pantheon not just literature but to creativity and imagination this was in my estimation I think in a biased. As he said his authorized biographer I. Think he is one of the most important creators of the twentieth century. I mean not only did he do books like parenthood 451, which is a mainstay in in school curricula around the world. Published in nearly forty languages around the world but he worked in television. You know he wrote episodes of the twilight zone. He designed attractions at Epcot. Center. He designed shopping malls. He was nominated for an academy award. There's a crater on the moon named for the man and I just think his footprint on imaginative storytelling is just massive and I think that's why people are coming together in recognizing this centennial is really important. It makes me sad because I work really closely with him for so long and he always maintained I wanna live to a hundred I want to live to one hundred zero didn't quite get there. Ninety, one, ninety, two years old I think is when he died but when you've worked so close with someone like Ray Bradbury and you spent time with him, what do you think people don't know about bradberry but should know about. You. Know I think there was a wad vive about the man there was an effervescence. If you will his life, I mean, he celebrated every single day when I was with, him couldn't help but feel gratitude for just being alive and I think that that crackles through in many of his books. But I think people who read a work like the Martian chronicles or a dystopia and work like Fahrenheit four, fifty, one or frightening book like the illustrated man people think that he must have been a dark and brooding visionary and there was that aspect to him. But that really was not his personality he was hilarious he was gregarious are. Back to when I was twenty one. The reason I'm here tonight is because I quit acting. Because I couldn't remember the God line. Kit, a tremendous zest for life and that's you know I think why he continues to live on. I want to get into the stories..
Author Chat With Julie Abe
"Hello everyone I'm so excited to have Julie obey the. Eva Evergreen semi magical which here with us today. Thank you Julie so much for a be here with us. Thank. You I've been a huge fan of Simba. But a long time. So it's exciting me here. Yeah. We're old friends I remember when when you first started following I, think it was like two years ago or two and a half years ago. So we're we're so excited to have you. I still can't believe people listen to our podcast to be honest I know. Especially all too. Real ask people listen to our pockets. It's a great resource just as an Asian American. It's nice to know that there's a community of authors dogs that are actually owned voices in legitimate though I love podcast. Awesome. So your book is coming out in two days we're recording this on. August second. So so by the time, you hear this is already out. So we're going to hype up the books our listeners can go and just grab it rapidly listen to his podcast. Thank you. Do you have. I. Guess like jitters like are you nervous about your launch it? Yes. Yes and no yes. Because it's finally here in no because I feel like it's been happening for a long time already. So it's a it's exciting just to kneel to finally have the book out in the world and having everyone. Read it. Done very excited. You had. This is your debut, right? Yes, it's my first and only look in the world as of yet. Yeah. We'd love to know more about your background. I mean we're always a writer and what was the process like getting this book maiden put out into the world I never really thought I would ever become a writer I've always absolutely loved reading when I was little I would read all the time. It was my favorite thing like if I could get some Mike Birthday money are doing that always like go towards books like without a doubt. But I never considered. Writing as something that I could do personally. Won I think is is when I was young. There weren't many authors that were. Not White. And Seeing that I was like, okay that's that's not me like I. Love these books. Obviously, I love these authors but I don't think that's that that is me can I can do? So I kind of actually followed in the fall footsteps in my father like what did Biz Adnan or major fight that All all along I did like I love books nevertheless like I loved. Just, the world of books in how it could take away bean escape. I, looking back I didn't do realize that. I did right when I was anchor I never thought much of it but I did right. just refine. Journal or diary land in Middle School. My teacher had speed. The Martian chronicles by Ray, Bradbury. I really liked the book It's budget short stories sort of like said on Mars in then. So her prompt was your own little Martian chronicles on chapter. And having super excited as. Oh. My Gosh is this homework like this can't be homework? This is actually fun. Did that and I didn't think much of it entered it. I was like a penis assignment. That another instance to that like I think this in fifth grade where we did the committee evil medieval course. I also had to write for that class to end up writing like. Twenty K. word count on. The Story? And super excited about that. But then I never thought about it like elevated could be career. Because all I saw Romney was like business medical health care. Fields so might say loss. Eastern. American conduct. Exactly. which you know I still have my day job. Of course in my day job was actually working out really well right now but I I graduated college. I started started day job and. I've been working before you know like I am. Worked Rosen Yogurt shop in high school in like I did internships and stuff like that I worked in the job through college. But my first day job I sat down as her working has. GotTa be more to life than this. Has To. Be. So. Like go back and forth nine to five day job GonNa Commute. Drive home. There's something missing. That job was the right job for me for one company was on the right bit but. I realized I didn't do something more like a Passion Hobby And so I was like, well, obviously like I love books. So maybe I can write like this for fun.
GUI Pre Cap
"Hello everyone and welcome in use the Gui pre can recap. Going For the week of July Twenty, twenty, two one before it happens. My Name is Bruce let's start with G. Y. Pick the week. Actually I'm going to hold off on the pick of the week until we get to one more thing, you'll understand why in just a few minutes. For TV pages on Monday e has the premiere of hoarders and intervention. Nat Go has when sharks attack. This is the beginning of Shark Week. For Tuesday CBS has finale of game on Wednesday. Nothing Thursday NBC has the finale of Blindspot Fox has the finale of celebrity, Watch party and TBS has the premiere of lost resort on Friday CBS has the premiere of greatest at home videos. Because why not and paramount has been MMA live for Saturday. Hbo Has Premiere of Motherless Brooklyn amfar Sunday. Sifi has the premiere of wine owner URP for DVD's coming out this week. You've got scoop and capone for on Line Services Net flicks. You Have Jake Whitehall I'm only joking on the spectrum season. One St Food Latin America season, one fear city, New York versus the media season one. Sing on Spain season one offering to the storm. And the kissing booth to for Amazon Prime. You've got Jim. Pale tourist and radioactive. We've got no video games coming out this week, but we do have episodes of G. Y. coming out this week. At least things on the Gui network. Just go to Gyi. PODCAST DOT COM and check out and see what we've got for one more thing. For the first time in fifty years, Kahn or were forced to make a heartbreaking decision to cancel the annual celebration of comics and pop culture soon after the cancellation, they announced an online version set to launch July, twenty second, the official start date of the originally scheduled convention. The virtual event will exist on comic, Dash Con Dot Org, which is their website starting at nine am Pacific daylight time on Wednesday July twenty second this will transform to comic con at home. The redesign web page will be the means for all participants to access programming, online exhibit halls and various interactive events. Join the fun is the Comic Con Museum which has been long-planned an interactive component They began offering activities through comic Con Museum at home earlier this summer, and will continue through comic con at home weekend, and beyond Youtube will host over three hundred and fifty panels in programming as well as the twenty twenty Eisner Awards, the Online Exhibit Hall With Approximately Seven Hundred Exhibitors, and for fans of those gaming, those activities will be on the discord platform. COMECON will also be offering an online version of their souvenir. Book will be available for free. DOWNLOADABLE PDF starting on Wednesday July, twenty second, the two hundred sixty page book contains new art articles, celebrating various industries, including the one hundredth birthday of Ray, Bradbury and Ray Harry Hausen. This is the way you can celebrate San Diego Comic Con with outstanding all day in line to get into hall, age or the overabundance of CON funk.
Colt McCoy, New York Giants Agree To Deal
"The giants and the jets and they continue to make some moves nothing to write home about per se I think with the New York and you know but the New York football giants laid to in the afternoon Thursday afternoon with colt McCoy now backing up as we speak Mister Jones so that is a better a backup don't you think that Alex standi who last took a snap well with the Tennessee back in twenty fifteen so called McCoy has had some experience in a more able bodied back up we had a chorus Brady in Tampa and everybody wants to play with Brady Robby Anderson of the jets came out and said he'd like to play with Brady well get in line because that's the word that half of the NFL wants to play with Brady at Robbie Anderson by the way not getting any kind of knocking on his door no rumors no speculation nothing a year with Robby Anderson who is not getting any kind of play with that kind of money that he wants more so and probably will re sign with the New York Jets but with the jets money I'm not the kind of money that if he wanted to make in the open market so the jets and giants have been making some moves and I guess you know Bradbury for the new York football giants Martinez the middle linebacker from Green Bay those are two notable moves and of course both teams are trying to shore up the the offense of line and I think both teams might be able to make some major moves and hope to make some major moves once we get to the NFL draft and I think it's safe to say that both the jets and the giants will be looking for an offense of linemen end or a wide receiver in this upcoming
Giants reportedly sign Blake Martinez and James Bradberry
"News the giants have added two players both on defense linebacker Blake Martinez in corners James Bradberry they both get three year deals Martinez was a Green Bay Packer Bradbury come for the Panthers we was actually drafted by giants GM Dave Gettleman in twenty
Report: New York Jets Sign Tackle George Fant To Three-Year $30 Million Deal
"Now and I fell players had more tackles of the last three seasons the linebacker Blake Martinez and now Martinez is in New York giant the former Packer getting a three year deal worth a reported thirty million dollars the giants are also waiting cornerback James Bradberry a three year deal worth forty five million that includes thirty two million in guaranteed money Bradbury was drafted by GM Dave Gettleman in Carolina in two thousand sixteen now ESPN is reporting the tight end Levine Toilolo was next for big blue you only had two catches in thirteen games last season for the forty Niners the jets need some help on the offensive line they get it in the name of George fans reported three year deal worth thirty million fans coming over from the C. hawks he only started though twenty four games in four seasons in
"bradbury" Discussed on Scummy Mummies
"You had you had. The we had real trucks matching birdhouse jackets. I like and they gathered that we will father and daughter but they were the two. We'll take it really seriously. We probably a bit portion of apetit and then one day they were just ahead of us and they heard us going up this hill and wise now it stays on the Mat L. Sucks I stop being such a council and they said that they knew that we were one of you Indeed an average rambla just enjoying the great disabled. And that's maybe we should be friends and then we were often run. Instant media sent me pictures of the end and it was lovely and we got to the end of the phone day if the two hundred miles. One of them have Nimrod's overall is mountainous town. I did once a very strange occurrence in the heydays of wainwright's when they were on the BBC and then just used to play them all the time they still get repeated to love and they were on constantly on brings four and two. So there's a lot of incoming traffic because of them and I had this the best picture this group of walkers from the Lake district's decided that they would call themselves Julia. Bradbury's t shirts made and they all wore Brunette wigs and the rule blocks and they took pictures of themselves at the top. Various fell as the judy. Bribery is an older fellas. That bags and I was like a man idea for amazing seem. Wow we'll turn we go thank you so much for having is been fantastic. It's been it's been too short. It's convenient it's I'm going to take you for a walk now. Yes playing in the park and I'm going to begin with benefits of big fat squirrels in central. Oh sounds sounds kind of drugs. Greens let me show you the big right. You smoke pipe. Where can people find Julia? Bradbury's guide to buy green in England. Old People can find out stuff about the walks that stuff on the outdoor guide. Dot Co Dot U. K. And depending on when this goes out they can watch the Greek islands with Julie. Bradbury on TV. And it'll be on the hub for quite a while and then if it would be played all over the world because I play in Australia. And something has to America's Greek community around the world as well so you'll see some of that sometime soon. Excellent Guitar from Seizing Saints. Thanks again to visit England Dot Com for sponsoring this episode of the cars and you can follow them at visit. England on all of these social media. That's Amer on tour. Everybody yes we are. We going up and down the country all over England and all the dates and details around scummy mommy's dot com and reviewing subscribe to the book. Saw anything else our book. You should let me ask anything else to talk about ladies. Have you done a book for example? Why Junior Bradberry? We have done a book and it is still in print. How is that the name will resist without thinking of quoting? The new edition books wanted to mention stood imprinted still in print. But no it's fine. Just go to the gods. You'll see whatever's left. Grab it all ladies love to excellence until next time..
"bradbury" Discussed on Scummy Mummies
"It's Me Helen. Thought and he's me and he gives guess what L. A. Julian primaries house with Julie Bradbury Gina. Free wasn't hand. That might be a bit weird. Actually actually here radio to a cup of Tea. Hello ladies are. I'm so excited to have the scummy. Mummy he's in my house. I can't tell you we're very excited to be here. It's just not my magic. It's basically a tent outdoors outdoors that excite Lou for shovels and Willie's. There's no doubt deal downsizing Matt Baker somewhere in the distance going. It's amazing it's amazing. You've gone after Sarah outdoorsy Sarah while I like to children early on about the danger of animals who shop teeth about home. Oh come on and I can. I thought you'd be going for four or five years but no how nearly seven is is amazing and you've got such a huge fan base and I am one of those big file and it'd been listening avidly to lots and lots of your podcast. I have a few favorites there. We go about US Judy. Who are you Julia? Bradbury tell the listeners specifically perhaps the one in North America is not familiar with country file. Roy Okay Hello North America. Certainly Line Amnesty. Lebron I'm a UK based television. Presenter and I suppose my Joan rivers would fall into the outdoor category are mad about the outdoors and I do lots of walking programs all around the UK. But I've also done my fair share of travel programs around the world and currently on UK. Television is a series. It's very close to my heart because it's me basically traveling around the Greek islands. But it's not just a jolly ladies all in our NAPA can do Julia Property Kalou Cypress Greece. But anyway sorry isn't it? I'm sorry I am Greece and on Cyprus. Yes I'm Greek because my mom is Greek. Saw Good. Yeah that's great. I'm not offended by this. Just giving geographical point so series at the moment in Greece is has just been wonderful because it's a passion project. I came up with the idea. Just the way you ladies probably did about. This came up with the idea. Took it to the commissioner. They said yes and then they went. We've got no money so I was like So then my very very clever agent Natalie we not has got and we found the financing for it and then we delivered the finished product with a brilliant production company to say thank you to them as well so we basically the whole thing off so now that I'm nearly fifty. I've picked a big fat sort of box. A bucket box in my professional career which is to see a project through from the very very beginning from this inception right through to the end surgery. Bribery tests about your family. My family my lovely family so I am a bit of a late mom I'm a late comer to the game Because it's about having children. Basically I was having such a good time with my career in life that I talked to my mid thirty shit. Guess that's right children something. Something's missing children. That's and I come from a very close family. I went with my sister. Who's actually sitting quietly in the room? Which is a one off. She has made us sit in the corner knight reprints from dirty rotten scoundrels this before we tell them again. Yes I'll sit here so we are very close and my mom and dad were very very gorgeous parent so we've got a very special bond that my parents are still alive. So family is very important to me and I said I'd sort of just lost track of time and thought took him with his children so as it happened. I met the right person to do that with and we tried to have children. Well we had. We had a little boy. I Love News. Boy called SAF eight years ago. Who just was life changing in the way that you know that babies can be for all the good reasons. I'm going to stick with at the moment. Let's not go down the scummy route. Let's stick with and then I was desperate desperate desperate forty so I was really pushing it at that stage and I was desperate for him to have siblings. Because I just thought we're old. We might will die soon. And he's going to be on his own and I didn't want that and then there's I think that just is something in built other friends and women that I've spoken to. You ought to have that feeling where you don't and definitely an internal drive for me. I felt that he needed siblings. So we went on the fruit and that was pretty tricky. I had five rounds of IVF. I've missed miscarriage in the middle of all of that. So I had one night where I was in excruciating pain but didn't know what was going on and actually nothing seemed to be wrong and then I went for a scam for the first week and because I knew that I was pregnant that stage and my my specialist said to me. I'm really sorry. There's no heartbeat unity. The embryo is still in that. So that our hearts go with that process you have it's not cool to DNC anymore. It's called something else. But that's what that's what people would do it. But that's basically they have to remove what's left inside so that was all very traumatic and very sad and I sort of gave myself a few more chances. I thought okay. Well I'll I'll have another. I'll have another go at. I think I ended up having another two goes and on the fifth attempt I was. I mean it's a long story that I won't take everybody down that path but eventually I went to Greece. I took time off from work which I hit never done before. And that's where I found out I was pregnant. Oh which is very lovely because it sort of completes the circle of my heritage as well. That's beautiful so that we now have to live in a lovely way to shit. Valentine father at this stage I worked it out. That's amazing and now I have so now. I have a little boy who's called Zack. Which is efforts which is a great name and he's eight. I have to go digital twin girls who are called Zina Zapped which also great names and they are just five one but come home deep down here. Judy preparation Malaya scummy mummy. Of course. We're all skinny. Oh my God I mean people was asking. What are the advantages of being an older mom? And you got your wise enough experience and you'll financially soul issue free bus. Yeah exactly when he gets a bye but of course you're also a bit more lacquered. Yeah you don't I mean I like to think I've got quite a good imagination on adventures at my kids so we do fun things but I have never ever ever been a morning person even on shoots when I'm filming my crew. No whatever needs to be done I get that done first and then we'll me out of bed. It's just bad my eyes closed. I'm really grumpy. And it's unfortunately parent who did not change sat in any way so scummy. Mummy number one sort of bad trade is on the weekends. I'm very very strict with the kids with screen time and everything but the weekends they know my weak spot so they know that if they come in to me at seven o'clock in the morning and go. Can we watch film? I'm going to roll into the godfather part two is already in the DVD player. Just press play thanks see. Mummy can't now. Yeah so mornings afternoons on your mom you back in the game back in the game. Let's go to the park. Let's you scrabble. Let's let's do just downs. Whatever it is. Let's scrabble in the park. That sounds like a nightmare. One Gust of wind. You'RE GONNA triple word score for you. Chris I was GONNA ask what you'll be gets parenting challenge. It sounds like mornings mornings mornings of my biggest spared but I'm also balancing the work. Work thing my my career is very important to me because it's such a strong part of my identity and obviously done that much much longer than my mom and I also think it's important for my kids to have a role model in terms of working. They're going to have to work. Got Boys and girls and I find my job very fulfilling. It's the grease series of sounds amazing. But that's not just what I do. There are other of the jobs that I do. But it's very satisfying. I'm learning all the time and meet New People time. Yes traveled the world to incredible places. And all of that I think is important knowledge and experience wisdom that I can slowly drip feed down to my mind. Literally so yeah. It's the challenge juggling big on. Have you ever turned up right somewhere to attend program? Which as you know is your job and go night. This is rubbish. Like this is really. This is not expecting this is measurable how am I Gonna? Pretend this is nice for the ten right. So I'm quite lucky now because I'm now because I'm old now because I've been around for a long time. I I can sort of pick and choose my jobs so I get. I'm also very good. I always have a meeting with the production team and get get a first off instinct to feel about what the product is and how it's going to go and whether or not it's something that is this important enough. Am I going to enjoy it? Enough is the satisfaction level and the reward. Onscreen is going to be good enough for me to leave my children at home and let somebody else look after them and if the answer is no then I just do the job and that while you've never done it program about cap for Julia. Prep that might be. I've never done covered is there? Should I come to captured? Raise apart from you lovely ladies tell me something else that I should be on a thing about cap right first. There's a giant fiberglass cat had seen this in graphic with like a claw overhanging the the community. That's all right again back my request. And what else should I be kind to capitol? I mean this this lovely stream through lady willpower. That way I'm all about personal motto which is Find Your Green Hashtag. Find your grade so I say he's acceptable down. The stretch of North America in critical gave no that kind of grain. Sorry I that's not the kind of pure over.
Family with Julia Bradbury
"Bribery tests about your family. My family my lovely family so I am a bit of a late mom I'm a late comer to the game Because it's about having children. Basically I was having such a good time with my career in life that I talked to my mid thirty shit. Guess that's right children something. Something's missing children. That's and I come from a very close family. I went with my sister. Who's actually sitting quietly in the room? Which is a one off. She has made us sit in the corner knight reprints from dirty rotten scoundrels this before we tell them again. Yes I'll sit here so we are very close and my mom and dad were very very gorgeous parent so we've got a very special bond that my parents are still alive. So family is very important to me and I said I'd sort of just lost track of time and thought took him with his children so as it happened. I met the right person to do that with and we tried to have children. Well we had. We had a little boy. I Love News. Boy called SAF eight years ago. Who just was life changing in the way that you know that babies can be for all the good reasons. I'm going to stick with at the moment. Let's not go down the scummy route. Let's stick with and then I was desperate desperate desperate forty so I was really pushing it at that stage and I was desperate for him to have siblings. Because I just thought we're old. We might will die soon. And he's going to be on his own and I didn't want that and then there's I think that just is something in built other friends and women that I've spoken to. You ought to have that feeling where you don't and definitely an internal drive for me. I felt that he needed siblings. So we went on the fruit and that was pretty tricky. I had five rounds of IVF. I've missed miscarriage in the middle of all of that. So I had one night where I was in excruciating pain but didn't know what was going on and actually nothing seemed to be wrong and then I went for a scam for the first week and because I knew that I was pregnant that stage and my my specialist said to me. I'm really sorry. There's no heartbeat unity. The embryo is still in that. So that our hearts go with that process you have it's not cool to DNC anymore. It's called something else. But that's what that's what people would do it. But that's basically they have to remove what's left inside so that was all very traumatic and very sad and I sort of gave myself a few more chances. I thought okay. Well I'll I'll have another. I'll have another go at. I think I ended up having another two goes and on the fifth attempt I was. I mean it's a long story that I won't take everybody down that path but eventually I went to Greece. I took time off from work which I hit never done before. And that's where I found out I was pregnant. Oh which is very lovely because it sort of completes the circle of my heritage as well. That's beautiful so that we now have to live in a lovely way to shit. Valentine father at this stage I worked it out. That's amazing and now I have so now. I have a little boy who's called Zack. Which is efforts which is a great name and he's eight. I have to go digital twin girls who are called Zina Zapped which also great names and they are just five one but come home deep down here. Judy preparation Malaya scummy mummy. Of course. We're all skinny. Oh my God I mean people was asking. What are the advantages of being an older mom? And you got your wise enough experience and you'll financially soul issue free bus. Yeah exactly when he gets a bye but of course you're also a bit more lacquered. Yeah you don't I mean I like to think I've got quite a good imagination on adventures at my kids so we do fun things but I have never ever ever been a morning person even on shoots when I'm filming my crew. No whatever needs to be done I get that done first and then we'll me out of bed. It's just bad my eyes closed. I'm really grumpy. And it's unfortunately parent who did not change sat in any way so scummy. Mummy number one sort of bad trade is on the weekends. I'm very very strict with the kids with screen time and everything but the weekends they know my weak spot so they know that if they come in to me at seven o'clock in the morning and go. Can we watch film? I'm going to roll into the godfather part two is already in the DVD player. Just press play thanks see. Mummy can't now. Yeah so mornings afternoons on your mom you back in the game back in the game. Let's go to the park. Let's you scrabble. Let's let's do just downs. Whatever it is. Let's scrabble in the park. That sounds like a nightmare. One Gust of wind. You'RE GONNA triple word score for you. Chris I was GONNA ask what you'll be gets parenting challenge. It sounds like mornings mornings mornings of my biggest spared but I'm also balancing the work. Work thing my my career is very important to me because it's such a strong part of my identity and obviously done that much much longer than my mom and I also think it's important for my kids to have a role model in terms of working. They're going to have to work. Got Boys and girls and I find my job very fulfilling. It's the grease series of sounds amazing. But that's not just what I do. There are other of the jobs that I do. But it's very satisfying. I'm learning all the time and meet New People time. Yes traveled the world to incredible places. And all of that I think is important knowledge and experience wisdom that I can slowly drip feed down to my mind. Literally so yeah. It's the challenge juggling big on. Have you ever turned up right somewhere to attend program? Which as you know is your job and go night. This is rubbish. Like this is really. This is not expecting this is measurable how am I Gonna? Pretend this is nice for the ten right. So I'm quite lucky now because I'm now because I'm old now because I've been around for a long time. I I can sort of pick and choose my jobs so I get. I'm also very good. I always have a meeting with the production team and get get a first off instinct to feel about what the product is and how it's going to go and whether or not it's something that is this important enough. Am I going to enjoy it? Enough is the satisfaction level and the reward. Onscreen is going to be good enough for me to leave my children at home and let somebody else look after them and if the answer is no then I just do the job
"bradbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Bradbury says they got here on opportunity way around four thirty after a fire alarm went off they met up with the overnight crew and then that's when they noticed smoke we are because of the smoke condition in the building and immediately encountered three explosions so we evacuated the building and set up outside until we could call the regional hazmat team and then just in a did accountability to make sure everybody was accounted for nobody was injured shortly thereafter within the no ten to fifteen minutes we encountered three more explosions yeah those explosions blew a five by eight foot hole in the roof the cause is unknown but we are told that we should be getting another update very soon in Newbury port James Earl hasta you Beezy Boston's newsradio origins we also did a little digging found a series of OSHA safety violations leveled against that plan coming up Valentine's day is tomorrow we've got the story of one man taking a unique route to find love right now speaking of room little bit tricky you know the the puddling when the car in front of you or speeding by splashes on your windshield scary moments Laurie Grandy absolutely you start to hydroplane to yourself and you're thinking okay I'm good now the high speed lane very quickly was really tough this one especially when you couldn't really see which lane was your own dealing with all that slash out there now and much of that is cleared out so that's some good news our main highways down to wet pavement for the most part though eastbound soldiers feel road work has to be done out there and so we're seeing a sea of red lights now north Harvard street to that right lane were crew just before the be you bridge lowered that continues to be the usual stuff there assembly square to the o'neill tunnel at the top of his slow especially on the Chelsea side lever connector down rap is tied up and to end the airport in the summer and the Ted still both at a crawl from route one a in East Boston never really recovered there northbound expressway heavy congestion firms for to Southampton and getting into the o'neill tells about a forty minute ride route three north bend that was eased out to Braintree that's nice twenty four north bound still slows at the horse race in ninety five northbound left or right volume there for about a mile getting on to one twenty eight that's much better ninety three south on the top step forcing is Roosevelt circle into summer billion up on the deck there one twenty eight north bound is tied up in route to the four to twenty five in Lexington so far so good the route three in ninety five have eased out nicely to and from New Hampshire Laurie grantee WBZ's traffic on the three story the National Weather Service has canceled its winter weather advisory but with a little bit of a cautionary note temps have risen above freezing for now all across Massachusetts and.
"bradbury" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast
"Listening. and Ed full disclosure not a bit of Eagle trampling and because bradberry outlive surly. I find it unfortunate that bradberry arrogance the last say in. We're not looking at the actual dog beds. I'm Ben would surly did have the right to speak sterling The new hire Writer into Saint Plagiarism. I'd like to thank. Amy Bro. Johnston for once again coming back to the show to to share knowledge and insight. And if you WanNa read more about this situation than checkout hair book on known sailing and I just I wanNA finish up with a couple of quotes from a couple of authors one of them. Is Amy Ball Johnston and inhere book. She's talking about Rape Brad Breeze reas- biography and the biographer and she says in some sections of the book. Well a US Brad breeze files to back up his various insights into the mind in other areas of the book Wella Rely Solely on the memories of Bradberry and often refers to Bradberry by his first name as if they are friends. Friends not researcher subject herein lies the problem. The role of a biographer authorized or not is primarily that of a research I check. Memories are not fact memories. Change over. Time the biographer must explore the events independently and clarify memories by using documents and the accounts of others to explore any contradictions between written and variable interpretations a biographer. I should never rely solely on an interview with one person as well it it concerning the accusation of plagiarism. The West allegation a writer can face ace default he allies with Weller not bradberry and also like to read a quote from the Koran. Shot me graphic novel in his summing at the end of it and he talks about his research for doing that book an he says so here I am three years later and I feel like I have to say goodbye to to a friend I take down some reference shots of sailing for my studio wall and suddenly I feel sad. I didn't know him. In fact he died before four. I was even born but there was something about his work. That struck a chord with me and he goes on. It's time for me to say goodbye to the friends. I never in you. I agree with Amy's point on this but thankfully for me while this show is in part review and sometimes biography more than anything else else. It's my twilight zone Janney audio form. So I'm not bound by those rules. Karan Shat means description is as good a description description of my own journey into the work of Rod sailing in the twilight zone itself on the one hand is review and examination of. What's on screen in fact behind it but as it's gone on it has become a kind of quest to get closer to rudd sailing the manage well and it is an and impossible quest? Because I'll never get to shake him by the hand and talk to him face to face because he is the friend that I'll never have breath but the Janney is where regardless so in the case of bradberry versus sailing. I'M GONNA go with my friend on this one. which makes it a kind of bitter sweet thing to finally get to this point the twilight zone where Ray Bradbury makes his entrance and and then his exit and then to find that? It's not an episode that I particularly have a great fondness for anyway. It's not bad but it's it's family on the mid tier for me. I don't think it quite packs the emotional point that it was meant to the punch sites later television version. Listen does have. But the story does have something but overall it's an illustration of something that I've thought often you can have the best science fiction story in the world but it doesn't make it good twilight zone and you can have the best science fiction writer in the world but it doesn't mean gene the he can write the twilight zone either for me while I think this is a nice story and it is a good story. It doesn't quite feel like the twilight zone to me but in all of the negativity that we've had to go through in this episode. I would like to end on a positive note because while well. This one doesn't quite work for me. I can see how it could be very important to other people. It's message is a good one and the struggle with grief life and then acceptance of low following loss is at its core very accurate to it tells us the parenthood or guidance sometimes comes from other places and I think this is one for the foster care is for the stepparents for the adoptive parents. The people you you give love not because they're tied by blood but because they have that lavigne them to give and there's someone there who needs and it is a struggle trouble because those relationships are not always easy and the person who they want to.
"bradbury" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast
"It's about the inner world of emotion. I like to think that after all these years of doing this show I at least have a sense of rod sailing and the man he was. I have no such insights into ray Bradbury simply because I don't know enough now if you go to mark Zicree last interview on this. Show that my friend Brandon. Did he says that. Ray Bradbury's philosophy. Was that the answer to everything is Love. So it's quite hard to take when you read or hear the vigour with which he goes after sailing about the plagiarism matter. And if you check how Jason and Sonny Bronx documentary. The way he talks about Rod. Sailing is is very disappointing. Is Very old manatees point. Clearly he has health issues and he's struggling but I do remember watching that. I'm being quite dismayed by this situation. Now I'm not here to demonize Ray Bradbury but I do feel that the values that we all associate with Rod serling you would have precluded him from plagiarizing ray Bradbury's wake now throughout the twilight zone. We have head these accusations from people other than Brad Brie free and when we actually hold the wake up to the light and have a look at it. We realize how unfounded the accusations tend to be. And we've also oh head of Rudd sailing closing down the open submission policy on the twilight zone to God's against accusations of plagiarism. So to plagiarize ager is arguably one of the most famous science fiction. Writers in the world at that point doesn't really make sense now. Another friend Andrew. Schneider Schneider wrote to me before. I put this APP so together and he made me aware of the electric grandmother but he also made me aware of another instance where Bradbury was very vocal about an adaptation of his way Andrew Rights. I will note that the twilight zone wasn't the last time bradberry savage to final final TV production of one of his own scripts. BRADBERRY CO wrote descript for a three part miniseries adaptation of his book the Martian in chronicles which aired in nineteen eighty and his co screenwriter. Richard Matheson Andrew goes on the following is from the IMDB Trivia section on that mini series for disclosure. I wrote this entry though. Have long since forgotten the original source of the information and he writes writes. The mini series was originally scheduled for release in September nineteen seventy nine as a major kickoff to the nineteen seventy nine eighty season thousand. Unfortunately it fell victim to some negative publicity from Ray Bradbury himself. Although Bradbury had worked with script writer Richard Matheson in adopting his book to the small screen. He was less than thrilled with the final production at one point shortly before the mini series scheduled. Release Police Bradberry fads himself the sole representative of the production at a press conference when one reporter asked him what he thought of. The miniseries responded candidly boring. NBC Soon shelved a mini series and did not air until January one thousand nine hundred eighty now. I Admire Ray. Bradbury is honesty. I admire the fact that he hasn't your sugar coated because it says work and he didn't like the add up tation so he said it. But it's also indicative of the factor. Ray Bradbury did seem to have quite a temper on times. I'm what I also found to be a a little troublesome. Is that two stories in the eighties. Twilight zone based on bradberry short stories and one of them. The banning mad was adopted apted by a writer and director called JD. FAGEL SIN and although bribery wasn't directly involved in the production of you most definitely approved grieved ave and on the website bradberry media Darko. UK There is a quote from one thousand nine hundred eighty. Six early. Says it was very good. It was written and directed by a friend of mine. I got him the job I fought for him. He did the script and I told the people at the twilight zone that I wanted him to director and I was in New York on my way to Europe when he called me. They don't want me to direct. He said I'll just back off. I said I only sold a script so you could do it. So get the hell off the phone and go tell them you're going to direct it or else that's the end. You got to fight for yourself off. He called me back an hour later and said I got it and I said thank God I screamed you. You've got to believe in yourself. He called me many times afterward to thanks for being fan so he knows what friendship is now also on that same page. It says Fagel sin has known bradberry for nearly two years. He is and says the Bradberry taught him writing. I had met him through a PBS film. That I did a civil war movie. By Ambrose Beers a mutual friend suggested that I show it to ray and he offered to mental me and still does actually and fatos use of the banning months story came about through his attempt to develop and sell a different and Sala g series of his own called strange dimensions on bradberry authored and the banning man to adapt apt so although strain dimensions never came to be Vegas incentive scripts to James Crock who's producing the new twilight zone and Allen Brennan who was story editor of the new twilight zone said that the script had theatrical dialogue that no one ever speaks outside of a ray Bradbury the story so that kind of backs road sailings take on the adaptability of Ray Bradbury's wag also Fagel and sat on that site. What what I did with raise approval was cut out dialogue that went on longer than a need to establish whatever effect it was supposed to do? It was more of an editing job as well as putting it into tally play form now. bradberry was very happy with this adaptation of the banning man and clearly fagel son has looked for his approval on any goods to dialogue. So it does suggest bradberry is very protective and sensitive to changes to his work for the screen and of course he has the right as the creator of the way but also in the eighties. Twilight zone is a story called the elevator. That from what I can tell was actually written by Ray Bradbury based on one of his own on produce short stories now. The reason season that I mentioned these is that I find it quite troubling to be honest because by the time the twilight zone came around Rhode sailing had passed away but regardless of this the twilight zone is show the eighties twilight zone is his show. The two thousand twilight zone is his show and so is the latest version. Yes the creators are different but they are playing in his son box. So Ray Bradbury to be attacking sailings character in one breath but then to come back to his show after he has passed away. That doesn't quite sit right with me because has had been a gesture of posthumous reconciliation. Perhaps I would be more accepting of it. But bradberry continued to make these occasional Hazna comments about sailing after these adaptations. What's your assessment of the whole thing you know did bradberry genuinely feel that sailing was plagiarised or was the more to the now facing bredbury genuinely felt slighted?.
"bradbury" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast
"Not in some heavily profound speech that the grandmother gives and to be honest while I have some issues wiz. I sing the body. Electric the twilight zone invasion. I still Kinda Kinda got the gist of the parts of the story. I don't think it was a major emission. So is the television movie better than the twilight zone episodes. I think I prefer the showroom seen in the twilight zone episode because it has a beautiful dark room and you could hypothesize that the show Joe Room itself was a product of the twilight zone but other than that I think that yes. The television movie tells the story better and the reason season I was keeping track of the timing in the episode earlier on. Was that what the television movie has that. The twilight zone lacks is time. Now the fabled listed story style of the best twilight zone episodes where things are pared down to their essence and told to us in such a way as to be deceptively. Simple is one of the great things about the show and it is one of Rod sailing special talents and by deceptively simple. I mean road. Sailing makes it look easy. Sometimes but it's not getting across to these huge aspects of the human condition in such a graceful way where you almost absorbed a message without realizing there is difficult to do you or maybe some things just can't be boiled down to a deceptively simple. They ballistic message. or at least maybe Ray Bradbury. He couldn't boil it down to a deceptively simple fable the electric grandmother. TV Movie Way because when the grandmother tans up the time that she talks about having for the children is also time that we all have with them as of this story in whatever form it takes is is meant to talk on the heartstrings and the twilight zone vision is nice but I think it struggles to do that for me because the time she spends with the children is about ten minutes of screen time. And it's just not enough on an even needs a rare mid episode Rod serling narration and the last one he did made episode. I believe to try and get that attachment to hair across as of this moment. The Wonderful Electric Grandmother moved into the lives of children find she became integral put and she became the essence. As of this moment.
"bradbury" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast
"Way uh so perhaps on the surface you can see that? Where is everybody and the silent? Towns are both based on quiet quiet deserted towns but to be honest that's pretty much where the similarity ends clearly in the twilight zone one. The setting is a complete mystery. The main character does know who he is. He doesn't know where he is. And we don't know those things I are there and when the truth is revealed contains out that he was never really there at all now in the silent towns. It's Tom Dan. That's been evacuated and a minor from the hills was clearly not part of that evacuation while both stories can San themselves else with solitude and loneliness to a degree as it goes on Ray. Bradbury's tale becomes a lot more humorous because the main character adores. Find a woman in a far of town and they speak by phone initially but then when they find each other he finds them to be completely -pletely incompatible while road sailings tail is concerning itself with people's need for companionship. And how so. That's how we're really made ray Bradbury's is actually a riff on the saying. I wouldn't marry you if you're the last man on is put put the genders of flipped because it's a case of the male protagonist meeting this woman and then pretty much saying that he wouldn't marry her even though. Oh she's the last woman on Mars and it does become a story about saying that sometimes being alone doesn't necessarily mean that you are lonely now. The silent towns was actually adopted for Ray Bradbury Theater so as an exercise why not go and check out when it is every body and then check out the silent towns on Ray Bradbury Theater and see how similar they really are and if we are comparing hearing stories I would say that a more similarities with this story. The story of this fantastical woman this nanny. This grandmother ten and go up and having a profound effect on the life of this family especially the children with another very similar tale of that kind. Mary poppins now disappoint Mary. poppins the Disney movie hadn't been made but the Mary poppins books had been made for several years change Mary poppins.
"bradbury" Discussed on OnEducation
"A wrestler so I pick up a lot of stuff from a lot of people so jeff. I'm only technology technology slash instructional coach. And I find myself having to explain what I do and don't do all the time And I believe this definition should varies so greatly from each school each district and especially from each state. I know that you just presented on this topic at the New Jersey Education Association Association conference So when asked this question I saw it on a A picture that you took. What exactly does a tech coach do? What do you tell people you know I I? It's the joke right. If there's ten tech coaches in a room you have twenty-five job descriptions it's true and it's just just so true. I'm a tech coach. Your technology integration specialist your digital learning media specialist. Who happens to be here on Sundays? What do we do? We're here to provide a way to have the vision of the school district. Be Seen in the classrooms. And for that reason I talk a lot a lot and do a lot of trainings on things. Like Ed Tech Integration plans. which when somebody says what's that I go? Yes that's why it's difficult for you and you know the somewhere down the road the community got together and said this is the vision for your school district. We WanNa do this in three eight years in five years and then the tech director comes around and says well. We're going to be buying chromebook to do that. Usually that's where it stops. Yeah and it's the tech coach that has to come in and say if you want us to be one to one and you're buying as chromebooks. Here's the plan for what it's going to look like in the classroom. How we're going to train your teachers when we're going to train your teachers and all that other good stuff that we talk about over on the tech coach Dot Com and that's why we created our tech that coach mastermind? And that's why like I said. At the beginning I had a very good fortune to work with hundreds of tech coaches at at at at conferences. And it is. It's just a topic that I'm really really passionate about. Because for so many tech coaches we are that one person in a district where there's is multiple buildings multiple masters multiple thoughts. What ties us all together when you live in a world where you're not a teacher and you're not an administrator you're in everything but you're a nothing but you are the expert that comes in with that trainer? Badger that whatever it is that you happen to carry along and you know we're we're just trying to do the right thing. But what is the right thing and so long story short. Yeah when you say. You're you're this topic and I say I'm this this topic. We really are that pathway. That says what's the vision. And how are we going to get there so you're presenting at FTC. Twenty twenty on podcasting in the classroom I I have no doubt with the growth of podcasting and it's it's exploding It's GonNa be a quite a popular session. I I suspect. Tell us a little bit about your session. How you set it up How you're going to? Who Approach talking to people about podcasting at FETC? I love this topic. I called up my teacher podcasting workshop and the reason reason why I'm excited about this year is because in the past as an orchestra teacher and also as the tech coach I was always describing having things in theory like. Here's how you could set something up. Here's how I've worked with a teacher who did this but I said this a couple of times today even to my principal I said last week at the New Jersey Conference. It was the first time really in eighteen years I was able to give professional development about what I'm doing what my students are doing doing and one of the things that we put together over the last couple of years and I'm finally being able to do it in my middle school classroom is we created an entire curriculum around audio. Oh in video and we talk about some of the ways that we can enhance our lessons. I'll give you an example. Many teachers out here know. Oh what a five paragraph essay is right. Yeah but intro your three body paragraphs and you have a closing well. We also know that it takes takes eight to ten times of hearing something before we really start to understand it. Learn at remember. Remember it. So if a kid's GonNa go through the through through their task of learning researching outline rough draft medium draft final draft. I still don't think that's the end of the journey. I I think we can take that and we can turn that into a podcast. Why not use an application like cynth- and say okay? The first paragraph is going to be podcast one just read the thing and the body paragraphs are going to be podcast. Two three and four and in the closing paragraph is going to be podcast five. Just read. Read what you're writing. Is that what you hear yourself over and over again even if we take it up to the next level if we did that five paragraph PODCAST and we said we're going to do this says a group project and the group is going to take the intro paragraph and then each member of the group takes a body paragraph into group does the goes the closing paragraph. It's a way to bring in more than one host or co host into this whole concept. So what you're going to learn if you come to us over at at FETC FETC and it's going to be on Tuesday January fourteenth. Oh my ten thirty to twelve thirty eastern. You're going to learn how to start your your curriculum in September with a simple simple exercise that I'm probably sure you're doing now but we're GONNA kick it up with audio and video and we're GonNa take you all the way through the end of June and we're we're going to give you an entire curriculum and how to using podcasting in the classroom. That sounds fantastic. So how can people connect with you. What's websites should we go to plug anything else that you think of just you know when I look at my website I call it my digital hub and I believe that every website should be have should be set up to answer Sir question so if you go to teacher cast dot net? I've got five questions and the basic question is what do you want to learn today. And so if you're a tech coach you can say i WanNa Learn about that instructional coaching if you're into podcasting you can say I wanna get. I WANNA learn how to use audio and video if you're looking to build your brand if you want to you know side hustle and email marketing and tall newsletter. All that stuff you can say I need help with building my brand. And there's a whole bunch of different stuff on there and it's all based off of five questions of what do you want to learn today and I encourage anybody to go over to teacher..
"bradbury" Discussed on OnEducation
"Dot Net and you. You could find us on the socials everywhere that you go on. Teacher cast amazing. So you're like the dean of podcasting. Maybe the godfather of Edgy podcasting. You can tell tell us which one of those titles you prefer. I think they're both pretty bad as so you can. You can pick one but but either way you've been in this medium longer longer than almost anyone So tell us what drew you to podcasting back when no one was doing it. And when the technology not supporting it was minimal. We you couldn't do what we're doing now looking at each other on camera not at least not as easily You you know almost ten years ago or whatever when you back in the stone ages when you started podcasting. You couldn't do any of this. So so what was it about it then and and you know what drew you to it. Well I I did get started into podcasting in what we call B. T. he time which in our house that's before triplets. And it was around this time in two thousand and ten and very simply. I was looking for some help. Learning how how to use the new tax that were being put into my classroom. I found a podcast from this guy named Dennis called your Mac show and basically he was creating a show of screen casts every little button on your mackey would show you how to use and I thought that was pretty cool one of the episodes I was listening to he was doing a giveaway If you answered this question I'll give you a fifty dollar tunes card and I you know why not Knew the answer emailed him with the answer and within twenty minutes he writes back and says hey you on the card congratulations. I thought that was pretty awesome. You really can't do this in radio and you can't just is email Howard stern and he turns around and gives you fifty bucks. It doesn't work that way but the fact that this guy was was doing this thing out of service out of love to help you know. It wasn't growing audience. He wasn't building a community. He just wanted to help. Other people learn how to use technology. Long story short him and I became good friends ends. We actually did a show called apple aid which very much turned into the traditional two thousand and ten podcast. You know two guys talking about their iphones and then then after a while we basically looked at each other and I said you know you're doing this show where you're showing people how to use all the technology and it's great I would love to do the same mm-hmm thing but I'd like to do towards education and I want to show educators how to use their phones and their tablets and their applications and they fired me and I say that all the time that way because really what he did it was that Mama bird pushing you off the tree saying you have an idea go with it it. It was awesome. He you know he's still a good friend kind of a mentor kind of thing and every time something milestone happens he's always the first one that they call and say. Hey this wouldn't have happened without you pushing me thank you Teacher cast is amazing for the last eight eight and a half years. Here's it's taken me around the planet. It's taking me to the White House. It's taken me to seven or eight times now. I just got done speaking at the New Jersey Teacher's Convention for the eighth year in a row and they give me a huge space. And let me bring my teacher cast booth in there. I did fifteen sessions over two days. It was absolutely amazing. Amazing I basically building. I basically build an ED camp inside of the Teachers Convention. Because I I do all these different sessions and I was sending some pictures to Oliver Edgy. PODCASTERS Haad casters friends about it. But you know what it's it's been a blast Teacher cast has given my family a lot. It's well documented. Minted through through Ted talks and through the blogs of the podcast of if it wasn't for my podcast I don't think my kids would be alive. teacher casts certainly has helped my wife get into and through and beats breast cancer. And it's even today I get a phone call from tech coach in Texas and they're like I listened to the show. Thank you so much and have a couple of minutes. I have a few questions for you. Pretty Awesome. I don't talk about these things a lot because I tend not to turn around and ident- tend not to take it in. That's just not my personality but when you do sit and think about what the last eight and a half years of been both not only to my family but to those who have kind of listened and been around the journey with me. It's been an amazing amazing. It's simply an amazing thing. So Jeff not only. Have you been doing this for a long time. You have so much wisdom to share about this space and you're so willing to go ahead and share that On your website teacher cast dot net. You're offering so many amazing resources for perspective podcasting casting educators but I was thinking about this. What is the most important piece of advice? You have for an educator. That's looking to start their own podcast. There's a lot a lot of different pieces like top ten things this five stuff whatever might be but if we just narrowed it to one item or just a couple of items would advice advice. Would you give them. You know I look teacher. CAST as a lot of things and one of the things that I try to be as a translator and you realize a couple years go. podcasting became a thing and we can talk about this a little bit later. But I truly believe that we're now in our third wave of educational podcasters Nand and every podcast always has the same questions. How do I do it and how do I do it for free? And eight years ago there were a lot of great shows. Rose you know you had Daniel j Lewis doing a podcast and Ray Ortega and you had The podcast answer man and they were talking in these huge huge terms of you know compressors and limiter gates and no fifth grade teacher needs to hear about that and so I took it it upon myself to to regurgitate all of that stuff in an educational lens again. This is what I did to start with. I took the technical stuff often made it in for a fifth grade teacher and so we created two channels one is called educational podcasting dot com. which in there? I'm talking to you guys like yourself. I WANNA be a podcast. I want to create this stuff and here I go and I love that show because it gives me the opportunity to bring on the professionals and and ask them the question. How do I do this for free? And I've had an and that's how I met people like Dave Jackson and Todd Cochran and I had Daniel J Louisana and but also it also helps you create websites websites so I had a balcony on WBZ giner. And I had all these wordpress guys coming on and it was my way of bringing in professional development so that's educational podcasting testing dot com. But that didn't answer all the questions that my listeners had so I created podcasting with students dot com in. That really is all the classroom stuff. How do you use a screen casting tool? How do you record audio off of your phone or off of a chrome extension? And how do you edit. Ah Using Google slides. It gives me the opportunity to really talk out of both sides here and really put something together for not just educational podcasters castors but educator podcasters as well. Yes so I listened to a lot of PODCASTS I imagine that you listen to a decent amount of podcasts as well. I'm curious what you're listening to. I I on record on multiple. I get asked All the time. Frankly what I'm listening to. I'm sure you do too and I'm fairly on record saying I don't listen to many other ED tech educational podcasts. But I do listen to a ton of PODCAST and I've learned how to podcast from listening to a bunch of podcasts that I that I like and enjoy some curious who oh you listen to who you love. WHO's on your playlists right now And who are you. I'm I'm that's kind of part. A this is a two part question. The second part being Who are you learning from still in this space? I think that I am actually Glen and I were just texting each other earlier today about about listening to people interview and learning about their styles in how they ask questions and that being an important trait of someone who does this. If you have an interview show you should probably be okay and interviewing I'm curious who you're learning from in the space still and and who you try to model or or or look to. It's an important question in my previous position. I had a half an hour drive to work and because of that I picked sepulvado number one. You never have a show more than twenty five minutes and if you do then go fifty five minutes. You're going to get them coming and going in my current position I have a seventy mile drive and it's sometimes it's a three hour drive home so I am listening to more shows. I'll give you the the overall for all. I listen to a lot of educators doing podcasts and the people that are in our circles that we are group's and stuff I mean. We've talked a a lot about that stuff reason. Why don't miss into other educators as I don't want to pick up on their topics I don't WanNa pick up on their guests? I don't want to have my sound to be emulator. Emulates somebody else's senate and that's not that's not a good or a bad thing to say that is a philosophy that actually got by listening to some stand up comics. They say look. I'll go to the comedy club and I'll support my buddy but I'm not listening to them because I don't want my stand up comic stuff enough to be this other person and that kind of make sense in the way of podcasting. I don't WanNa do my show but then have it turned into your show with your questions because I'm listening to you an awful lot. This shows that I love listen to our believe it or not I listen to a lot of stand up shows. I listened to a lot of wrestling shows. A nod of what I'm doing right now is influenced by a show called something to wrestle with. And if you if you're in the wrestling space you you've you've got to know the name Conrad Thompson. And he basically has been revolutionizing entertainment radio. He started off with one show broke all the rules and and came up with a format of how to do a podcast and he's doing like three hour long shows five hour long shows but the format works. You start off by talking about last tweaks show you have a great conversation and then you end with talking about next week show. That seems very simple. But now you're plugging last week's episode and next week's eggs episode in the middle you're just having a good time weaving back and forth and I use that same forma format and formula for my ass. The tech coach show. And what I've noticed is listeners. Seniors have gone up the retention has gone longer and for the first time in eight years I had somebody come up and not say hey I teach her cast. I've heard of you or I subscribed to you. They actually said. I love the topics that you do on that particular podcasts. which really means a lot? I would rather have somebody you say. I liked that one particular. Show come up to me and say I'm a lengthy subscriber because our our mission here is to really find a topic and have it resonate with somebody so I listened to a lot of stand up. If you look at a standup. They have to come out on a cold stage. What's the first thing that they say because their their job is to tell a story for five minutes for twenty minutes for an hour for whatever and we've all of these different topics into a thread and then at the end? You have that punchline and leave and I try to do that with my shows I tried to that with my with my PD. I tried to all my classes. How do you have one one narrative going through an entire show and have that listener not WanNa figure out where the next podcast is coming from? I want them to listen to the entire thing. So stand up. Comedy Buddy is where I listened to it a lot. A lot of Carlin Chris Rock Jim Norton but at the same time wrestling shows. Are there who who better to get into a thirty second promo then a wrestler so I pick up a lot of stuff from a lot of people so jeff. I'm only technology technology slash instructional coach..
"bradbury" Discussed on OnEducation
"Interested in starting a podcast if you are interested in having your students start a podcast we just have a general interest in wanting to go out and see what it's all about everybody in between we will provide the resources Ed the opportunities actually to go ahead and publish your podcast immediately. That's what the whole thing is for. Is something where you at all inclusive package. It's is going to do the stuff you're gonNA produce. It's GONNA publish it and if you want to go at a post it publicly which we are highly encourage you to. It's going to be able to. We're GONNA make it happen. We literally want the the deliverable the final thing of this like you. Don't go to many workshops podcasting or otherwise and leave with something that you've an artifact of you're learning at PD conferences you. You just. Don't go and you sit and you listen to people talk and then you leave and you have maybe notes or whatever audiences by we actually want to leave this something we want you to leave with an actual episode of a podcast recorded and you can either put that on your own. podcast if you want or we're going to if you want to give it to us we will. We're going to pull some of these and then choose maybe two or three depending on how many we get. We're GONNA chew some and we're going to actually put them out on education. It's going to be. I think it's GonNa be Rad so phantasm so this is a pre conference session so it does cost a little bit of money to register. But we're hoping that you will get a a ton out of it so we're really excited but that will we'll put the link to registering for the conference and registering for the pre-conference session this is for our friends in the Minnesota area and wherever people come from that they awo from ties. Yeah Wisconsin We know all of you guys come in come to the former ties converts. It's this is going to be the amazingness of the ties conference times one thousand. I'm telling you right now. The things that they've decided to updates upgrade. It's it's it's crazy it's going to be that much better. It was a great conference. And now it's going to be taken to the next level amazingness times when thousand is the title title of this podcast episode. So so we've actually just kind of came to us. Is last week that we wanted to make the booth at at impact. You know a hub of activity. So we're actually. We've teamed up with one of our sponsors sponsors fidgets to do a giveaway. So if you come to impact education conference in your high school educator specifically We're going to have our friend Connor with us Are He. He's going to help you. Sign up to subscribe to the podcast. Because you know we're salvage and we need to get something out of it and then you're going to get for free. A fidgets electronics sensor kit. One one of the things that they're they're giving away and we're super excited for that. Give away so you know it's win win. You're going to get to listen to on Education Asian subscribing. You're going to get this sweet. Give away from fidgets if you come by the booth what we should have stickers and stuff like that as well and hopefully we'll set up some chairs and people can just Kinda sit and hang out and listen to US chat Obviously there's tons of other Live sessions happening that we wyler that weekend. we're going to be doing the fireside chats with Jordan and Jimmy and Angela I I can't remember who all were talking to but tons of those as well so there's there's so much going on so Jordan Shapiro and Michael Cohen I think is what are you but we will definitely be interviewing everybody that. Did you just finish mentioning to. It's GonNa be exciting awesome so also pretty exciting. I'm doing a Webinar with the folks at Participate Mark Author. Who's he's the? CEO of participate in Julie Keen who I think. Her title is head of learning at participate. wanted to chat with us about how to build communities They think we've done a pretty okay job at building the on education community That's pretty the exciting to us to hear great great feedback Lots of respect there. I mean that's it feel pretty honored to be honest So so so. We're going to have a Webinar Thursday November twenty first at two PM. We're GONNA have a link in the show notes to register for that Webinars I've been are so if you're around on Thursday November twenty one to two PM. which is I get? It's in the middle of the day You know so. Hopefully we can have have people show up and and chat about building communities Because that's definitely something we're pretty passionate about about here so tell me about disco. Go Elysium I watched your stream a little bit off. It's a freaking weird game. It's super strange. Definitely for mature audiences of pre warned. Everybody so don't have the kids around It's just is super weird. I've now played played. I played some of it online and then as far as streaming that I've played probably about four or five hours of it and it is a detective. The game is a good way to describe it. Kind of reminds me of it has the feeling of a sherlock holmes kind of feeling like Eh dystopia and in that way so so everything is really Kinda grungy and not very nice you know kind of the World Oh and the way the characters interacted to talk to each other has fantastic music that they've set this world to the characters are crazy amazing and like really gross but but really compelling so really enjoy get high as someone said. They highly recommended that we played this game and I could see why it just so different than anything else. Yes I definitely still hooked John Oxygen on included yes. I saw that you were still playing that enjoying it a lot. So I'm way down the rabbit while I'm watching youtube videos now. which is what tailless Mike? Yeah Yeah on how to build certain like things Because there's definitely a lot of building in the game So that's pretty exciting ice. Yeah yeah so it's your birthday man who so you're just figuring out on my birthday. I don't know how I did it. Know this but your November eleventh eleventh eleventh. Oh and Steve Isaacs is November tenth. Isn't that crazy. Yeah so it's remembrance. Day and Canada Veterans Day. Yup is veterans safe for us. Ed Yes so I I I like a AH people have like every once in a while someone says. Don't you hate having your birthday on a day that get it gets completely overshadowed by by remembrance saying and I'm like now at actually you know what's really cool about having your birthday on Remembrance Day is that it has caused me more often than not to be super reflective about my life and about you know my family and the opportunities that I've been afforded because you know my great great grandfathers and great grandfathers You know went and fought these wars that I couldn't possibly imagine participating in So you know so I and I think it contributes to this whole idea of why I'm a history major your two like why I'm into history and certainly also have studied quite a bit about specifically about World War but war and stuff like that. What is you know part of this whole this whole narrative of of just being completely in awe of what people did? And you know I I wrote a a twitter thread At and I would encourage you. No please go back and read it because you know it was. It was today so November eleventh around around five o'clock four o'clock in the afternoon About it you know just like I'm trying to generate some imagery but the guy going over the top in the trench just totally knows. He's going to die yet. Goes anyways or that. First person off the boat when they're storming the beaches of Normandy for example who oh totally like. They opened the door like in that image is. What's that movie with Tom? Hanks Saving Private Ryan Rare. Where where they that imagery is so real where they opened the gate for all the soldiers to pour off the boat and the guys at the front are dead before before they even get off the boat and that sort of bravery that sort of selflessness is not lost on me and and I think about it a lot today and how thankful I That you know I'm doing what I'm doing and and with my family and and how you know how many opportunities we have All because of the sacrifice of you know these folks You know our our family members and service people all over the place so so pretty thankful today. Forty is kind of weird forty today budding and just laughing. 'cause you reach the pentacle forties. Pretty good. I I I've been I've been thinking about it From a couple other context but one of the main ones is I used to joke. I was always like I always used to the joke. That I'm thirty five going on sixty what I used to say all the time because I always felt like garbage all the time and I was tired and just worn out and beat up and I I swear to God guys. I don't feel like that today I am forty and I'm and I'm forty and that feels really good going Loyd on twenty nine baby when I you know I I'm I'm incredibly determined to feel better and more healthy in my forties than I was in my thirties thirties I'm hoping that my thirties were my worst decade in terms of my health and I think I think on a roll you you. You're you're you're still doing hot yoga. I know I just wanted to bring this up because I did it This morning at five. Am and there's nothing. I can imagine doing less than five hundred and this specific type of Hot Yoga Mike. There's different different types of sessions. Lignite just described. I didn't even realize any of this was the case but now I'm realizing that and one of them one of the types is called restorative and it's really it's a lower temperature in the room and you do these long holds of these poses and it's fantastic. It's Mickley like a an amazing stretching session right. It's difficult to I've been it's not but on the scale of when the Ted it's probably like a like a seven right so this should that I did this morning. Morning is totally about basically getting a High intensity interval training. I don't know if you've ever heard of that hit training. It's it's basically wave a combination of hot yoga and hypertensive intensity interval training and weight training. Right sounds terrible. All in one one session that sixty minutes inside of a room. That's baking. It's baking I mean. This is the hot one and and what was funny about it. Is that at the end. The whole session happens whatever might be and the instructor look at me with this kind of like. She felt sorry for me face like like you did a good job session like you did horribly. I'm gonNA tell you 'cause everybody else was ABC talent. You everybody that was in there was dominating the freaking workout like just just just doing great and you were. We're being on it was. Oh my goodness. There was some points in there where I was. I was contemplating stopping. And I'm like no I got to work through this. I can actually do this and then I was like. Why am I doing this but I made it through? It's the second time I've done this specific type but never never at five. AM in the morning. So I just wanted to tell people if you want an intense workout and you want to do something completely different that you've ever done as far as workout wise this might beer beer cup of tea And I mean I'm super impressed by the instructors. The people that go to these things. But I'M GONNA be back I am I am like I know that that lady didn't think I was ever going to come back but I'm GONNA be back on the shores. That's this pathetic. Guira here is going to be like Abu. Ah Do this. You're in for it. That's amazing so we We interviewed mayor. was that three weeks ago and and the the style of the interview was different than we've ever done. And I referenced. A Youtube channel that I'm a giant called hot ones and then you've jumped on the hot ones train. Oh my God. We needed provide a link to this amazing. It is so could. Yeah and I it was actually describing it to my wife and she just looked at me and said it sounds really dumb and I'm delighted she looking you the way so you looked at me when I describe it for the radio. You don't understand though So I watched. I've seen now three of them. I what I saw the one With Chef Gordon Ramsay. Which is so hilarious as Gordon? Ramsay anyway you should watch that. Make sure your kids aren't in the room because there's a lot of F. bombs in it you The one with the the the actress who plays Arya Stark in made okay. I can't remember her. Her last name at the made is something amazing William macy Williams. She supercross she's on their vanish. Akilah neal was the last one that I watched Started watching this weekend. Watch the couple of. I'm just like now go like this. Is the both hilarious show because of those Dang hotlinks. Yeah it's a great interview by the way it's an interview interview guy. And then the guy is participating in the eating of these Dang hot wings that are not even just flaming flaming hot like incredible levels of here just like in the million skilled and billions people should not touching it. This guy's ex is currently protested like it's like a meeting acid right now. It's like yeah that's kind of on that level. The corrosiveness probably a vast participated but still being super professional by asking. Can these questions. The people are melting down. Because they're just they're just I fire a fantastic so like if you wanted. An exemplar are of of a great interviewer non traditional great interviewer to show like for a lesson in in like broadcasting or.
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"bradbury" Discussed on Conversations
"This is an ABC podcast. I think one of the most fun things about the Olympics. Is that every four years you got to watch the sport. That's really exciting. And looks amazing. Even though you might not really know anything about it. The events at the Winter Olympics elect that astray Leah for obvious reasons doesn't really have a huge culture around winter sports like Canada or Russia or the United States, which is why we don't have such a big middle telly compared to the summer of ints. This goes, someway, I think to explain the massive incredulously in strata when Steven Bradbury won the gold medal for the men's speed skating in two thousand and two in Salt Lake City, and you've probably seen the video Stephen maintaining a careful distance at the back of the pack and then on the final lap one competitive slips, and then suddenly all the other competitors all of them crash into each other. And they go spinning across the ice and Steven just sort of effortlessly glides poss- them across the finishing line to win gold. And this is the kind of victory that naturally appeals to a straightens. And so doing. Bredbury has entered the language to represents the idea of seemingly if at Louis fluky victory. But there is one big unanswered question with all this. If this was also effortless had it Steven Bradbury make it to the men's final of this elite sport in the first place. How much struggle went into putting him among the world's fastest speed skaters today. You'll actually get to hear that back story and understand just how much will it went into getting Stephen onto the starting line of that rice in two thousand to help Stephen alleged think having me we're vested you grow up. I'll your up in western Sydney suburb called LeMay said past Campbelltown vice to Campbelltown and hail used to spend a lot of time in the in the car with mom driving me into a Cantabria black down offerings as a youngster. This is like a Bush suburb back then when you were growing up there. I wouldn't say Bush. It's not like it is out that way Wisden CD now, which is basically built all the way to happen. Although to the Blue Mountains and every other direction Sydney's pretty much full node is isn't it? So it was at a fairly was fitted of freedom in childhood out in the out of Sydney, then it was it was a great place to grow up our member brought him my black on the straight with no hands on the handle BAAs now helmet. When I was seven years all the streets were quiet, and my brother, and basically to Roman do whatever we is. When did you first strip on a pair of skates? I'll I tripped on a pair of speed skates. When I was eight years old, which is the the long version, the long spades guiding light what's the difference between speed skating bites and the ones that are. Series was putting on there's a lot of differences, but the mind differences, the width of the blight, the space guy is a lot thinner and the length of the blight. It's a lot longer. So started spades Gatting at eight prior to that my dad, I put me on a pair of skates when all bad threes old over. Mom and dad mom's everyone the Fatemi ball. Mas at one all three first month's guides. I didn't Scott again for bet threes after that cause trauma to us. It is terrifying. Even I I think think. I was thirteen or something like that. And it is a little scary. Imagine you fingers are gonna get chopped off. And you see the ice that's hard. And you fall in your bomb. Hertzel wit all of that stuff. So so you put the Scots on at three. And that was so what you wanna do it in front of the threes up to that correct air. And then you know, I was watching my dad's Scott he was the national champion in a Stryer spades. Getting a couple of towns back in the mid sixties and a spas in some ways. Unfortunately, being that was as far as the sport went. There was no whoa championships that wasn't in the Olympics and for him. It was more of a regular hobby rather than a echo trying to see if I can be the best in the world. But dad was very good in his Diane. I wanted to share something that he was doing..
"bradbury" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"David, Bradbury piece about that time puts it in Yeah So he he is a comic genius hysteric when Larry was on stage Jeanie and not coming up and he was there two years before I was here maybe three. Years he's much much older, than I don't know that he is thank you thank you thank you but you know I don't know that yet but he has he's got a couple of. Years but twenty dollars wow Wow Larry, David I tell you? What so he would be in there and he was never happy ever ever. Happy and they said they would point to him and they would go day of common. Genius he's a genius like. That and so I wanted to talk to him and he was miserable all the. Time Sandwich We're gonna. Sandwiches you'll get a. Sandwich we should work together to go to smile is of course the. Deli but it was so violent back then in the art before Rudy Giuliani took over and clean. Everything let's go together because I don't wanna. Get I don't know It we'll. Talk like Jackie Yeah come. On. Come on going there He was never happy Let's, talk about Larry David we'll get the politics. Because I love. Larry Larry gets states It, to fight with the audience that was funny. Because the improv You're watching the bag the exchange was so brilliant we just knew it was just. A. Matter, of, time, loses, a, matter, of time on his. Show yeah no no no no no I I would. Listen to you should have Joe Younger than But he and Jerry came up, after me. Jerry? Seinfeld's right but they they took. Twenty years it took Larry twenty years to. Hit it you don't. Realize it but when the entity bigger than anybody and God bless Oh it's just? It's just hysterical age eleven seventy. Seven baby that's a Frankie Marana so Frankie. Said bring Jeanie Jeanie. And if we can I say great I'm leaving town He's. Leaving, his and I'm going oh did. You get a vacation. At all I did. I went away a little bit. But not I mean, work vacation, you. Know the kind Why can't we, just go. And relax, now there's, no relax Asian whatsoever No but it. Was nice but? I've telling you? I don't like? Flying that much anymore. Are you flying would you fly is. The worst it's is so bad Demeaning it's the airlines are a disgrace take your socks yes off everything your belt and then. I, get on the flight, we sit it was, in LaGuardia we sit on the runway. And they're saying? It's really bad? Weather and I'm? Looking out the window But I'm thinking I don't but I'm not good with, science maybe up in the sky They're like it's crowded up there, but we had a pilot. Who was like you know how people are very casual. Now I think because, of texting, so this guy is like he's not instilling any confidence he says. Things like you know. We don't get off the ground in the next half, hour cruise got to go, back you, guys aren't leaving for the, next day or so this guy, and he's like it's bad I know, yeah there's, certain people that you want without a personality and that is your. Air like just tell. Us we're going to get there we're going to be, fine he's like it's crowded, up there So I, don't understand I don't like. I'm taking the train to. Washington on, Thursday which I prefer You going again with? Your, friend from Staten Island last time. You went to DC. You went to the White House with no I am so, sorry about that And then. I could have got Another Frank set up wasn't it was that. We blame. Iran on. That out let's, play he's listening he's posting already So Frank should've said. Genie's Ainhoa who should we bring that but he. Said no. Joe Borelli. And Arthur Arthur Oh They didn't tell me Arthur Arthur was already down there on his. Own I don't think, invited, no it was. Short For reunion. I had to reach. Out, to get robbery Special security clearance and..
"bradbury" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Festival it's the sixth annual juggernaut film festival is taking place at the music box theatre june second and third and one of the co founders of the festival tiffany keen is joining me and we have a very special guest joining us to tiffany can thank you for being here welcome thank you so much for having me so obviously you are a huge sci fi fan how did you come to found the festival well you know it's interesting story actually so i'm actually the founder of other world theater company and we are a local chicago board theater company and we are dedicated to the performance of science fiction and fantasy performance and the festival kind of came out as an idea to raise money actually for the theater because we i had just graduated from college totally broke had no idea how can i kind of started company what a low grace for it and i had been to a bunch of fundraisers and i always kind of follow them a bit boring and so i was trying to find a more innovative way to fundraise for the year which would define which the patrons and at the same time kind of cultivating other science fiction and fantasy san towards the narrative that i'm going to love and i do you know so many other individuals enjoy these stories as well so the first thing that we were fundraising for was the ray bradbury theater festival because ray bradbury with my favorite author of fantasy and he had this short story and it was called hot stuttering and short story there's a big giant screen that comes through town and there's this old woman she's on a portion she goes look at those juggernaut films and the idea yeah ding ding ding and that kind of idea of oh what if we put together a film festival and i really wanted to reach out to independent filmmakers because especially for short films they don't get a variety of ways to showcase their films they put them on wine but a lot of people just don't you know look for short films like internet so i started reaching out to so makers and we actually did the film festival before we were able to put on our first show and.
"bradbury" Discussed on Overdue
"Not about this book is an about the dangers of a government like a power a like an abusive government gone mad it's the it's more about here's what happens here's what people will can and will do to themselves in the absence of like a good government or external body that like exists to enforce norms and stuff like that but sure yeah i think the i think the kind of censorship that bradbury's like if you want to extrapolate out to modern times of the kind of stuff he is taking on bridge with our the um the like the the college kids who lake who wouldn't read a book because they're the i dunno i lam i'm i feel myself framing listen in like bad terms because that's the way it is offering about but when you when you read those handwringing stories about college kids you don't want to attend a class because there are offended by the material or whatever like that's the kind of censorship that bradbury woods take on bridge with i think yeah in our in our modern times and that's as another it's another complicated conversation like i had we go i think we gotta move beyond that dead white male cannon but i think it's also worth interfacing with a some at self as long as as the problems with our like part of the curriculum i think that's the main problem is that issue yet aren't part of the curriculum and we just need to get to a place where they are i don't know i'm just i i really selfconscious this is the conversation that we're having live because i really don't know what i think about it some time yeah and that's i think i didn't win not confronted with a book that.
"bradbury" Discussed on Overdue
"This is a head gum podcast while andrew and craig believed the joy of discovery is crucial to enjoying any well told tale they will not shy away from spoiling specific story beats when necessary plus these are books you should have read by now everybody wanted overdue at the podcast about the books you've been meaning to read my name is craig my name's andrew and we've got some special guests for this bonus episode they can't speak on air but there in the chat because we're recording live talking about fahrenheit four fifty one by raymond bradbury raid douglas bradbury as his name actually raymond or is the disarray let me double check coach good it is just ray ray bradbury ray just ray douglas bradbury we've talked about him a couple other times i read something wicked this way comes into europe the marching chronicles and i read the martian chronicles that was episode twenty eight of our show suv you are listening to this episode and you have done the due diligence to go back that far i apologize to your ears and i thank you for your patronage and your dedication to law jio format of podcasts i basically like there is a i make no promises about anything more than like 30 episodes old age i think she's like on a rolling sort abasto oh no that's that's valid because we all we all changes people over time and i can't account for what two years ago andrew did or said about anything or wetter his he recorded with the wrong mike on any given episode gotta now well and vis podcast is technically part of november imagine that it is still november and that we had time around the turkey holiday to record this podcast instead of recording it in the beginning of december which we definitely are not doing.
"bradbury" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet
"King now here we are at the end of the show i wanna take a minute to talk about something that happened in the news recently that struck me and this week i saw that senator john mccain republican from arizona took to the floor the senate and one of the things that i like to highlight on the show week after week is examples of people who don't behave in a kneejerk way according to what their party wants and do things based on principle and on conscience rather than on partisan politics and john mccain were hero whose tortured and vietnam when he was captured took to the floor to oppose the nomination of donald trump's nominee to be the general council of the department of transportation style national security position but there was a debate about national security because the person who nominated was a man by the name of steven bradbury and steven bradbury in the bush administration between two thousand five and two thousand nine was head of an office in the justice department called the officer legal counsel in part of the job of the office of legal counsel some people have said it was to be the conscience of the department and while steven bradbury headed up that office in the justice department he authored what a lotta people refer to as the so called torture memos which gave a legal basis for all sorts of conduct by the cia intelligence community to engage in methods of torture quite frankly against suspected terrorists that i and many other people on both sides of the aisle thought when against the grain of what our country is about to john mccain not only went to the floor to vote against steven bradbury but he gave an impassioned speech i wanted to read a sense to you.