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"brian gary to" Discussed on Moving2Live
"Welcome back to another edition of moving to live our ethos movement is a lifestyle notches activity. . We tried to interview professionals across the movement spectrum because we understand at the end of the day, , anybody who is involved in movement either wants their clients patients or athletes to either move more or move better whether it's to move with less pain or to move more efficiently. . Some of our best guests come from recommendations from other guests and a big. . Thank you to Andy Gillam who recommended today's guest Lisa McFadden they arresting thing with podcasting is i. . now have lineage of three people in a row starting with Brian Gary To. . To Doctrine McFadden today hopefully two or three more as far as I can trace it's not who you know is who you know who knows somebody. . So Dr McFadden thank you for taking time to talk to moving to live this afternoon. . Absolutely thank you for having me. . My favorite question I always ask on moving deliver the first one I. . Always ask is to get an elevator. . You get to talking because the elevators really slow because somebody's pressing all the buttons and they say, so , what do you do what your thirty second? ? Not In a negative way elevator spiel my name is Lisa McFadden and I. . I'll man and this one's a Turkey one I wear lots of different hats <hes>. . But yeah so. . The way I look at what I do is I really put science into practice whether it's with <hes> athletes or with patients and Meyer expertise is in bio mechanics. . So I like to used by mechanics to help people move better <hes>, , and then I also liked to inspire whether that's inspiring communities around science or whether that's inspiring. . Students through mentorship in education. . Right. Now, . , if I'm correct your in South Dakota. . Yes that's correct. . I work at Stanford Health See Falls South Dakota. . And I know we were chatting a little bit before we started recording and both of us grew up in upstate new. . York and I have to be honest I never thought I would end up in Pittsburgh. . Pennsylvania, , I never thought I would go to Grad School in Alabama and I would imagine that there's an interesting story going all the way from New York state with multiple stops all the way to South Dakota and I would imagine if you're anybody else like anybody else in the movement field is probably a few more stops along the way before you retire. . Well, , it's funny. . I almost ended up in Pittsburgh. . Along my way and I've spent some time in Alabama <hes> on a couple of different business trip. So . it sounds like we've got a similar. . Set of journeys <hes> But yes I I grew up in upstate New York in a little town called the sweet go <hes> not quite as little as where I heard you up. . But? ? Yes. . So I grew up on Lake Ontario <hes>. . My Dad was a doctor in I. . Always always wanted to be a doctor <hes> specifically pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon, , and my dad always told me no, , you do not <hes>. . He said you really WanNa be an engineer and I said, , no, , No, no , dad engineers are big nerds. . And he said you're really good at math and you you have passion for this and <hes> I. . Really suggest you become an engineer. . So I very boldly went to the University of Rochester Pre and applied math saying you're wrong dad. . But you know had a had a moment of clarity probably after my first year I did realize and did some self reflection and thought you know the type of. . Mother that I wanted to be in the type of you don't grown up that I wanted to be really do not not focus around having call and prioritizing patients, , which is absolutely something that you have to do but really being able to have a little bit of flexibility in <hes>. . In my lifestyle and so I finally listen to my father after a long time of not and. . decided that I would actually transfer into biomedical engineering <hes> where I ended up focusing on bio mechanics as my concentration with minors in mechanical engineering and applied math. . <hes> throughout my Undergrad <hes> I really really enjoyed all of that and so as I started thinking about what was next <hes> I started getting really interested in robotics and in two <hes> that feel that was emerging <hes> back. . Then <hes> decided that I really wanted to go and get a PhD in that. . So <hes> I had been at ski resorts I grew up ski racing and I was in Montana with our family on vacation and watched a bunch of <hes> ski. . Racers who had disabilities whether they were in a sit ski or whether they were missing leg skiing and I was just very inspired I looked at them versus like while they're amazing. . They're they're better skiers than I am and then you could see that as soon as they were off the hill where they were excelling the rollout of daily life challenges. . So I started getting really interested in prostates wanting to <hes> kind of help <hes> people that you needed additional help outside of. . Being Super, , rockstar athletes to help them in their daily lives <hes>, , and so robotics was sort of that pathway for me. . My senior design project ended up being a surgical robot and then I ended up getting into Carnegie Mellon <hes> at the Robotics Institute which is where I almost went to Grad School <hes>, , and then the University of Utah in my husband and I. Boyfriend at the time looked at each other and said, , we should go skiing. . So, , <hes> Kinda took that wildcard robotics institute was number one ended the US at the time but <hes> decided to go out to Utah <hes> where they had just one anger from the NSF in robotics, , and so I was in the bio engineering department and kind of hybrid into mechanical engineering. . So I really took courses and had faculty the Committee from both worlds and I was able to do there was. My . my PhD was focused on spinal cord injuries and what we were working on with functional electrical stimulation, , supporting an array of electrodes and putting them into the peripheral muscles, , and then stimulating those and my job was to figure out what the mechanics looked like. . So creating models of the limb and then creating control algorithms to figure out how we can control this limbs yet somebody to go from sitting to standing. . And to do it in a way that they didn't get tired while they were standing because the way our muscles work. . If you contract one all the way, , you might get yourself to go into a specific movement but then that muscles <noise> eventually wanting to fatigue and you can't can't sustain it. . So what does that look like as well? ?
Interview with bio-mechanics expert Lisa McFadden, PhD
"Welcome back to another edition of moving to live our ethos movement is a lifestyle notches activity. We tried to interview professionals across the movement spectrum because we understand at the end of the day, anybody who is involved in movement either wants their clients patients or athletes to either move more or move better whether it's to move with less pain or to move more efficiently. Some of our best guests come from recommendations from other guests and a big. Thank you to Andy Gillam who recommended today's guest Lisa McFadden they arresting thing with podcasting is i. now have lineage of three people in a row starting with Brian Gary To. To Doctrine McFadden today hopefully two or three more as far as I can trace it's not who you know is who you know who knows somebody. So Dr McFadden thank you for taking time to talk to moving to live this afternoon. Absolutely thank you for having me. My favorite question I always ask on moving deliver the first one I. Always ask is to get an elevator. You get to talking because the elevators really slow because somebody's pressing all the buttons and they say, so what do you do what your thirty second? Not In a negative way elevator spiel my name is Lisa McFadden and I. I'll man and this one's a Turkey one I wear lots of different hats But yeah so. The way I look at what I do is I really put science into practice whether it's with athletes or with patients and Meyer expertise is in bio mechanics. So I like to used by mechanics to help people move better and then I also liked to inspire whether that's inspiring communities around science or whether that's inspiring. Students through mentorship in education. Right. Now, if I'm correct your in South Dakota. Yes that's correct. I work at Stanford Health See Falls South Dakota. And I know we were chatting a little bit before we started recording and both of us grew up in upstate new. York and I have to be honest I never thought I would end up in Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania, I never thought I would go to Grad School in Alabama and I would imagine that there's an interesting story going all the way from New York state with multiple stops all the way to South Dakota and I would imagine if you're anybody else like anybody else in the movement field is probably a few more stops along the way before you retire. Well, it's funny. I almost ended up in Pittsburgh. Along my way and I've spent some time in Alabama on a couple of different business trip. So it sounds like we've got a similar. Set of journeys But yes I I grew up in upstate New York in a little town called the sweet go not quite as little as where I heard you up. But? Yes. So I grew up on Lake Ontario My Dad was a doctor in I. Always always wanted to be a doctor specifically pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon, and my dad always told me no, you do not He said you really WanNa be an engineer and I said, no, No, no dad engineers are big nerds. And he said you're really good at math and you you have passion for this and I. Really suggest you become an engineer. So I very boldly went to the University of Rochester Pre and applied math saying you're wrong dad. But you know had a had a moment of clarity probably after my first year I did realize and did some self reflection and thought you know the type of. Mother that I wanted to be in the type of you don't grown up that I wanted to be really do not not focus around having call and prioritizing patients, which is absolutely something that you have to do but really being able to have a little bit of flexibility in In my lifestyle and so I finally listen to my father after a long time of not and. decided that I would actually transfer into biomedical engineering where I ended up focusing on bio mechanics as my concentration with minors in mechanical engineering and applied math. throughout my Undergrad I really really enjoyed all of that and so as I started thinking about what was next I started getting really interested in robotics and in two that feel that was emerging back. Then decided that I really wanted to go and get a PhD in that. So I had been at ski resorts I grew up ski racing and I was in Montana with our family on vacation and watched a bunch of ski. Racers who had disabilities whether they were in a sit ski or whether they were missing leg skiing and I was just very inspired I looked at them versus like while they're amazing. They're they're better skiers than I am and then you could see that as soon as they were off the hill where they were excelling the rollout of daily life challenges. So I started getting really interested in prostates wanting to kind of help people that you needed additional help outside of. Being Super, rockstar athletes to help them in their daily lives and so robotics was sort of that pathway for me. My senior design project ended up being a surgical robot and then I ended up getting into Carnegie Mellon at the Robotics Institute which is where I almost went to Grad School and then the University of Utah in my husband and I. Boyfriend at the time looked at each other and said, we should go skiing. So, Kinda took that wildcard robotics institute was number one ended the US at the time but decided to go out to Utah where they had just one anger from the NSF in robotics, and so I was in the bio engineering department and kind of hybrid into mechanical engineering. So I really took courses and had faculty the Committee from both worlds and I was able to do there was. My my PhD was focused on spinal cord injuries and what we were working on with functional electrical stimulation, supporting an array of electrodes and putting them into the peripheral muscles, and then stimulating those and my job was to figure out what the mechanics looked like. So creating models of the limb and then creating control algorithms to figure out how we can control this limbs yet somebody to go from sitting to standing. And to do it in a way that they didn't get tired while they were standing because the way our muscles work. If you contract one all the way, you might get yourself to go into a specific movement but then that muscles eventually wanting to fatigue and you can't can't sustain it. So what does that look like as well?
"brian gary to" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Reason. Richard Knees, radio 700 wlw 79 degrees Right now in Cincinnati. We do have some rain popping up. South of the Ohio River in northern Kentucky and in the blue ash area through Newtown, Milford, and to Ah, the east of us into Brown County. Well, A Grant County, Kentucky man has pleaded guilty to a federal charge of child pornography, was sentenced yesterday to 11 years in prison. He's 28 year old Robert Sexton. He used tumbler to upload videos of free pube Essen Children engaging in sexual conduct Milford schools because the Corona virus being delayed one week now our entire staff has been working diligently to open school. With the challenges covert presents. Some things have proven to need more time than estimated. Superintendent John Spicer says the extra week is going to allow them to get everything done to ensure students and staff safety school in Milford now starts Monday, August 31st at Miami University 12 people have Corona virus 10 students to staffers. They all went back on Monday, though most students are learning remotely. Some graduate programs are being held in person, The administration says. Students that are living off campus are encouraged to stay home until the face to face courses start on Monday, September 21st at Miami University here in Cincinnati neighbors United Cincinnati releasing their gun violence reduction plan yesterday and they'd like to get feedback. Chairman Brian Gary says. We need to go deeper into the problems. Like a weed in your garden. You know if you just took the leaf, you know it's going to return. You do have to get that route out of there so that it doesn't grow back again, and we've just been seeing the weed. Go back again and again and again and the escort to our city, Gary says. Investing in neglected neighborhoods is critical to ending the violence. Speaking of cops, there's going to be no de funding of the Cincinnati police this year, a child remember that would have cut funding to Cincinnati police and restructured the entire safety Department of the city. Won't be on the ballot. This fault Board of election, says the group People safety reimagine did not turn in enough ballots. Signatures get the controversial issue before voters measure would have fundamentally changed. Officers respond to calls and we have a signed social workers many runs Involved mental health emergencies or addiction, and also would have eliminated millions from the police Department budget, capping spending a 25% of the entire city budget organizes with groups at the reveal the next steps in their efforts in the coming days. I'm Brian Combs, NewsRadio seven double and your head's update. The Reds beat the cards for two to last night with a pinch hit Grand Slam.
"brian gary to" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Over the weekend. Last night, three more people were shot, bringing the number of victims to 21 in just two days and at least for those people were killed in a 90 minute time period. On a Sunday morning, Brian Combs from 700 WLW says there's a ceasefire being called here in Cincinnati Group neighborhoods United Cincinnati's attributing the growing gun violence on the streets to the pandemic. Chairman's is the lack of jobs, cutbacks, youth programming and decreased hours of rec centers have all contributed to the problem. Brian Gary writes a communities which have already been suffering from the grips of poverty had been hit the hardest. His group's calling for a ceasefire plan. A rally Tuesday night at six and Grand Park where 10 people were shot over the weekend Neighborhoods United Cincinnati is working with local church leaders, police and fire to organize the effort. Everyone has to be willing to promote this for the benefit of all involved once rec centre's open in places of worship to have lights on to provide safe havens for young people. I'm Brian comes news Radio seven double the Democratic National Convention getting underway Virtually right now you'll be able to watch it on the Four big networks beginning at 10 o'clock tonight. Michelle Obama, Bernie Sanders and John Kasich, all scheduled to speak tonight. Ah Black armed militia making plans to return to Louisville on Derby Day in September, calling themselves no effing around Coalition or N F A C telling group members they've chosen that strategic date to return and March. At the close on Wall Street Lad earlier tonight was off by 86 points for the Dow, the NASDAQ up 110 and S and P gained 19. Hi. Sandy Collins. Another update at 9 30 Here on news Radio 700 wlw. We're living in the golden Age of podcasts. And now there's a better way to enjoy your favorite I heart radio podcasts at home. Introducing Roque, who's smart sound bar. It adds deep rich premium sound toe all.
"brian gary to" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"Who looks like newsprint, actually, just like old black dot grade dot newsprint. And then, of course, their own graffiti comic book style and make it all work and not feel incoherence if it felt fresh, but I'll admit when we did venom. Remember at the end of venom we got to see the chase scene at the graveyard. Yes. With the whole thing. I didn't like it. I went on record. Then saying I do not like this animation style. I don't like how silly it Lopes? I didn't like how Peter Parker's lips flapped in the wind. It just felt too. Damn silly to me. And I was afraid this whole thing was going to be some wacky slapstick thing. I did not want. But now that I've immersed myself. I've seen the movie twice once in three D once in to even though the director says this must be seen in three d don't see this three day. The three d did nothing for me. Oh, really? I was watching this in too. And I'm like, wow. This must look amazing in three D. But that's not the case. It's redundant. I mean, this movie has a three dimensional quality because of the mixed media style. It will pop out you just by the way that it's layer on their seriously. What are the best looking of the year animation or live action and credible? But yeah, I happen to see the first with you Arnie. And you asked me whether I had noticed and it's true. You don't really notice the three dimensions. That are brought out by real d doesn't help to have a three d viewing to in order to experience what it's doing visually while we're discussing the art style, though, the one thing I just didn't like especially on three D was how they replicated the old four color printing process of comics by having stuff offset and shadowing and things and so half of the three d viewing. I'm like are Mike glasses not working. Am I in the Jupiter? Ascending type thing again where they put the wrong thing forward. Why am I seeing this ghosting? I thought it was a three D artifacts. No. It's the style. No know, it's there the tutti, and I also notice at times like. Things just seemed a little out of focus, and I'm like is that because the three years that's just the style. And then I went back with Marjorie to see the tutti because I just wanted to see for myself, how this looked into D with that shadowing as she turned to me and said is this supposed to be three D showing do I need to go get classes because of that exact shadowing these aren't really complaints for me. I love how stylized this film is. But I did notice these things does have a different look than if you saw Ralph breaks the internet or incredible to this year. This is the graffiti version of that you normally go to the theaters and see something pristine, and this is going to be something that's edgier and done by peripheral artists people that don't normally get a shot at bringing this into a mainstream theatre this way. The ghosting did bother me distracted me. I thought that might have been the step too far. But I liked all the rest. I liked how they didn't Grady eight the colors they used dotting in order to change the color tips. The way silk screening does and the way they had the lines like they do in a comic. It was just the ghosting at ended up hurting my eyes into D. We're all in agreement. This looks great. But how the plot Ernie crime Lord kingpin voiced by leeann Schreiber is at tortured man when he was about to kill his greatest enemy Spiderman his wife and son walked in on him. They ran away from kingpin and terror seeing him in a murderous rage. But died in a car crash kingpin will do anything to bring them back. So his company outcome x hires? Dr Olivia Octavius voiced by Kathryn Hahn to create a machine that will tap into parallel dimensions and allow him to bring his wife and son back the machine tests cause earthquakes throughout New York. And one of the tests brings from a parallel dimension, a radioactive spider miles. Morales voiced by Shamikh more is a fifteen year old who's the new kid at the exclusive voices academy. He doesn't wanna be there. But his police officer father Jefferson voiced by Brian Gary Henry is pushing his son to excel, but miles prefers to explore his graffiti, art..
"brian gary to" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"Okay. I watched another one of my Oscar screeners called widows. This was a decent hit at the box office over the holiday season stars. Viola Davis directed by. Steve McQueen did twelve years a slave. Look this movie is incredibly entertaining. I hadn't talked to anybody who had seen it. But it's like. Really fun. It's a fun heist movie. It's gotta fun gimmick. You know, these the there these women's husbands all get killed in highest gone wrong and the women no where the spoils of the highest are located. So the women join forces to get the the fortune the wives kind of like a set it off field. If you ever saw that movie, which is a great action movie by f Gary gray from the nineties widows has an incredible cast probably overqualified cast for the story. It's telling but feel a Davis Daniel Kaluga from get out being like a very threatening villain. Really good performance. Liam Niessen as villa. Davis. Husband is great in it. Michelle Rodriguez is pretty fun as always Colin Farrell doing a terrible Chicago accent. But he's fun to see in it Lucas Ha's acting again after like ten years off also. When I man. Yeah. He's a good actor Brian. Gary Henry from Atlanta Robert Duvall shows up for a ludicrous seeing her to it's just a Superstock cast. You know, everybody in it. And it's one of those movies where you're like. Yeah. This is exactly what I wanted on like a Sunday afternoon. It's a good heist. It's not as good. Maybe it's like an inside, man. But it gives you that kind of field just a highest where everything's thought out. Well, everything makes sense. And it's you know, it's not so convoluted. You don't know what's going on good. Hiring is well done set in Chicago, which I always like I recommend it. Okay. My final pick is a documentary called the flatwoods monster. Again, another monster documentary. Yes. There's a company called small town monsters. They're producing a bunch of of documentaries about this sort of thing, you know. Small town American monsters, the flatwoods monster. I believe took place in Pennsylvania. So I was attracted to from there. These things are really re they didn't do the other series. I was talking about. But they have a few of these docs that they did on prime. I watched a bunch of them. I really enjoyed them. They're very very well shot. They're much more. Sinister feeling than American monsters is they definitely into the darker curve of this whole thing. And I would recommend checking them out there. A lot of fun. There are a lot of fun. All right. Great. I'd like to if I could talk about scary stuff for a moment. I got one to take the reins I presented Joe tonight. With a small token of my affection. A Blu Ray copy of who's Harry crumb douled up to look like a rental VHS. I thought this was a great gift idea that Joe would appreciate a man who's always buying older and older games. Which is where I felt bad for spitting on it. And throwing it to the ground. I didn't love that. Either. Yes. But there is a small selection of these on Amazon. And that's where I got it to me, the only one I really wanted to get was who's Harry Crump, but they offer all kinds of horror movies and really kind of cheesy bad stuff. It's worth adding to your collection. I think just for the packaging, and I recommend you check them out. So I got. I'm gonna go video game pet as usually do. Oh, she's got a headache. Oh, how okay is that bad? I mean extra bad. Yeah. It hurts on the side. Do you think I have a brain tumor or something? I don't think you have a brain tumor. Good that hurts. Well, let me tell you what to search while Joe's going through this Blu Ray, retro VHS. Those are the boxes they they offer last action hero Sheena, which is soft core porn, if I remember from my childhood, Sheena neighbors with Akron blue sheet. Not a good movie. Neither is the Randy Quaid one. No Kroll which Joe said he loved I've never seen as a kid..
"brian gary to" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"In local news overnight, white spread frost in freezing temperatures are expected in western riverside in southwestern San Bernardino, counties, and Alex ours has a plan for that. I'm going inside the smart thing, I'm going to stay inside. Because. Sworn I seen a snowman walking across the street right down there. That's a great moment in mogul news. Now back to the Adam Corolla show. Maybe that to nineteen also and the. Star calling people liars stop sending people out to the scene and talking to dumb people about what's abundantly evident cold the Kirk take your word for it. It's cold. We don't need a guy to say, it's cold. And then go I'm going Inside Report. Or you're gonna report it. Also, if you're standing in the street, and it's snowing the background, and you go it's cold. I've never gonna scream liar. Throw my link at the set. I'm just gonna go, I guess, it's called agenda. Yeah. Why are you trying to convince? All right. I'll tell you some good news in the sort of airport sensibility front, and then I'll give you a little state of the union and breaking news. Well, it is. I guess it's one of those whatever it is. I scream at the heavens at some point a decade later. We'll come to pass. I wanna thank truecar for this half of the show, truecar dot com and gyco as well at geiko dot com. I had this thing which is as we've got done with the odyssey of sunny suitcase, ripping out the ripping out the battery, and then finding out that we're on one of those delta flights from LAX where you had to take the shuttle the Hillary gates. They're never clear they're never clear about that. Brian, Gary, and I almost mister show in Vegas because there's that. And there's the other thing which is the quick pass or the fast pass thing that always drives me nuts as well. Which is Lynette. Never. I have we have clear, and I have what is it fast? Pass pre check. I've clear and pre check clears just clear you have it or you don't some of the airports do have it. And don't have it. The pre check I do have. But when you log on when you get your tickets, and you check in you somehow have to check to show of.
"brian gary to" Discussed on Filmspotting
"I glad those questions were asked. And I appreciate those critiques. I do think we offered some counters to that on the show and the more I watch it and the further we get away from that initial alarmed response. I find that those are a little less applicable to what's really going on in the film. I will stand up for you a little bit. Josh and say what I said during a review, which is the line where that whole movie really clicked with me, and in a way that a lot of west Anderson films, don't where I appreciate the artistry of it. But they don't really kinda hit me on an emotional level, nor do they really moved me to think about anything whiter like the political elements, which are such a part of this film. It's the moment where a character says who are we in who do we want to be notably in English? And that that line though is so crucial to the year twenty eight team, but also to the year in cinema. I think you can point to a lot of we've talked about, but also some films. We haven't talked about like won't you be my neighbor, the Mr. Rogers documentary Paddington to I think as well could fit into this time. I love it both very good films. But the movie really made me think about that actually in the same movie like I reformed even makes you think about kind of what you stand for what you are going to accept responsibility for so for me. I'll dogs really was one of the best films of the year. Sorry tasha. I know we were agreeing with each other until I brought up I reformed. I was gonna say what what I stand for is not liking that film. And that brings us to my number one film of twenty eighteen and it's actually the movie we just discussed last week on the show berry Jenkins if Beale street could talk set in Harlem in the early nineteen seventies really at its core. A love story about Tisch a nineteen year old who becomes pregnant who is in a relationship with Fani, and he has been sent to jail is awaiting trial for a crime. Everyone is sure he didn't actually commit for me. It's the most beautiful film. I saw in two thousand eighteen frame by frame the one I most enjoyed looking at. But also, the most tender and romantic despite all the injustices are central couple suffers it kind of all in folds like a memory using that flashback technique, and it's really from tissues perspective. She's our narrator, and our guide the whole film, just glides gorgeous and glide might be the wrong word to there because it suggests swiftness the Beale street doesn't have which is. Also what I love about it. The patients the time. It takes in every scene almost like Tisch looking back on it is drawing out the memory to relive and relish these moments of happiness together. Josh a couple listeners called us out for a review how we could talk about the movie for as long as we did in not mentioned, Regina king. Who is the wonderful actress who plays tissues mother in the film? I'm going to remedy that now, and the speaks to another example, the patients, I so appreciate in this movie, everyone in Beale street gets at least one extended scene to reveal themselves to expose their vulnerability their artistry their individuality and they're mostly silencing. I think about Fani working on his sculpture with the smoke surrounding him. Brian Gary Henry's Daniel who has that crushing monologue about prison life, and it's notable for the power of his words. But just as powerful as the weariness on Henry's face and the way berry Jenkins lingers on it for Regina. King. It's that mirror seen in Puerto Rico. She's getting dressed she's getting ready for battle essentially when the stakes of the battle are immense freedom their daughters. Happiness Justice prevailing, all of this is on her shoulders as she's about to head out to meet with someone that she has to confront and she knows it could go terribly and she puts her wig on and the lipstick. And then we get one cut. It's all a number of can take until it cuts to a straight on shot as she makes adjustments to the week..
"brian gary to" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast
"But yeah, but that's basically is my my initial reaction to the movie widows is that it really has a lot to do with touch. Like the hair braiding is very close up at intimate the cigarette smoking is very tactile. This stuff all seems really really powerful and important what's going on movie. So can I interrogate that a little bit? Yeah. Sure. In the the opening sequences cutting back and forth between these very intimate interactions between the women and their husbands three of which involve touch and one of which rather pointedly does not. So you described already the that we amusing viola Davis one, and and the what's her name DeBakey, right? The the Alice character Michelle Rodriguez. Has a kiss at the end of that interaction which was really interesting because it seems to be both affectionate and overtly hostile at the same time. And then the fourth woman who turns out to be like, we Neeson's girl on the side. Right. Her husband, just walks out without saying anything to her, and you're sort of left wondering what the heck was that about? Right. Right. So in this case, you have all of these people who are the tischler widows being touched or not being touched rather significantly by the men, but what are some of the other relationships of touch that you're talking about you said that it's not just a way of describing marriage. You said there are relationships that are touch relationships and other relationships that are not touch relationships. So where do you else did you see touch coming into the movie once per one super important one is violet Davis and the dog, right? And the the way the dog is threatened by the the main gangster whose name is is manning Jack mate manning, Jack, Jack McGee gangster Jamal manning. Brian. Gary Henry, the actor, and he's you know, that that dog in the way she holds onto it. I also say the the son who the dead son who is. Is present mostly in his absence is never shown. Touching is never shown with his parents being being available to touch, but in the one shot where we see at least that I can recall where we see him inviolate Davis together. She's putting gloves white gloves onto his hands in his casket and kind of making sort of making touch on vailable in that in that relationship the time when when Cynthia era VO who whose characters name is bell who who is the fourth member of the team who starts as a babysitter and ends up joining the team shows up to Michelle Rodriguez house to take care of her kids, the kind of the touch of the kids and kind of Michelle Rodriguez. It's kind of she feels guilty. She feels separated from her kids, and she feels kind of like a failure as a mother because she can't get in. She can't get into that. Those are just off the top of my head. PD? There's a scene that would let me it's Jordan's question. All right. So the answer Jordan's question a couple more when Liam Neeson is buried there is a brief exchange where viola Davis talks talks to bash the show four chauffeur, and suggests that she that he would be disappointed that his grave was dug by like a backhoe, and that he would have won a human grave diggers is one interesting when interesting sort of weird throw out there. Another one is in the hairdresser, which I mentioned before where they have to women who are having their hair done..
"brian gary to" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Told you Mitch McConnell, I told you. Mitch McConnell, and he's like, no, no, no, look, I maybe there is horse-trading and thank you so much. I appreciate a man take care. I just I don't I don't want a Trumpy type person. Trump is still the President Trump still has a lot of a lot of power over the Republican party. So take a step back take a deep breath everybody, you know, all of a sudden the media a week after the election is talking about who's gonna run for president twenty twenty because they gotta fill time. Whoa. Whoa. Everything changes. I mean, the Democrats at this point. Last year up and the media all big Blue Wave going to wipe mall out. That's going to happen. Why mall out? Oh, it's gonna oh. It wasn't a big wipe out. It was a loss. Listen, it was losses for the Republicans. They gained a couple of Senate seats. We see the corruption in the any Democratic Party going down in Florida. We see all this take a step back there. I don't think the campaign was stolen from her. She sucked. She was a terrible candidate not likeable. She has a great analogy. What he said it's like a five year old wearing your dad's uniform. I mean, I get you in the military. I get it. But you're not going for a job in the military, for God's sakes. You didn't see cinema parading around in a freaking to. It was horrible messaging and. Don't tell me that people don't want border security was exit. Polling showed six and ten Hispanics wanted e verify eight we have the right? We have the right ideas. We just had the wrong, we probably they had the wrong message. They had the wrong way to conveyance K. That's what it was still haven't figured that. Frigging part outs. Let's go to Brian. Brian. Welcome McCain STI, Brian Gary back to Jeff flake. She gets angry when you talk about it that way. Remember, don't worry. We may have gained a Marxist. But we also love to rhinos. I think that's fair trade, you know, it's not, you know. And we'll and we'll see what happens. We'll see what happens is bad. You stink. Right. Why? Thank you very much. Jeff play Jeff flake real quick sound bite. We put in because he said it this morning. Yes. One twenty nine Jeff flake on the troops going down to secure the border to stop this Caribbean. It's actually happening. Here we go. Well, I think it's unfortunate that we have.
"brian gary to" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"And weather station. You know, read and Kelly this is like groundhog day. But let's go again north way. Yeah. A living. Hell boy, two accidents. This time we've been dealing with this morning. One is between exits ten and nine has the right lane blocked. Other is around exit eight has the left lane blocked. So guess what you're not getting by that very easily major backups obviously south on all the way back to eleven or by exit eleven right now also seeing major backups route nine through Half Moon. All right, thanks. We'll stay on it. But it seems like it's a wait till the weather gets bad. I gotta say thank you for that Kelly. I did you know after work. We were talking about yesterday. I did stop. I gotta mega millions ticket. The fact that I'm here lead you to believe I did not win over six hundred million dollars. Nobody did actually the mega millions prize for Friday now, eight hundred sixty eight million. Yeah. I did buy a Powerball for tonight. I was there. So that's also a huge jackpot for tonight. So we'll see this is very cool. Kevin hurt her star into ho then went to the university of Maryland. Maybe a little bit of a gamble when he decided I'm not gonna I'm gonna leave. I'm not gonna come back to Maryland. He was an underclassmen, and I'm gonna make myself eligible for the NBA draft. Well, long story short paid off. He was drafted nineteenth in the first round by the Atlanta Hawks and he makes his NBA debut tonight in no other place, then Madison Square Garden. That's I think that's great. So it was worth all the hype. It really is. That's fantastic. I'm so glad to see that. And so yeah. So tonight. The families going down. Obviously a father Tom former CNN star the mother, Erin, brother Thomas sisters, making Jillian and more than sixty other family members and friends will be nice. And if you want to watch it on TV is as Kevin hurt her makes his debut. It'll be televised. MSG has all the Knicks games are. So that's really cool. You know, they're the the hawks are rebuilding as they say. So he should get an opportunity to play an awful lot this year. That's great. I'm glad for him one other quick shoutout. Speaking of basketball, Brian, Gary, the longtime in very successful head coach at sT Rose is is retiring. Yeah, initially, he was going out on medical leave for at least part of the season, and that was kind of open ended. And I think he just at some point decided, you know, what I'm just on. It's been a really long and successful career. And I think he was ready to just say, you know, what time he says some serious operations at last the they weren't life threatening. But they were certainly troublesome. And as I understand it. There's like a third neck operation. He's got to go through. So. You know, he's got nothing left to prove. He's had a great guy. So good luck with that great family too. And and we wish them the best and hope for speed recovering. Hopefully, they'll the third time. We'll be the charm when it comes to this next stuff. Chick-fil-a? The good news is it's opening on Friday. The bad news is unless you have a ticket to fly somewhere. You will not be able to get a sandwich. I this is so frustrating. The capital region has been clamoring for Chick-fil-A for years. They finally get one and it goes in at the airport. Okay. Fine. I would even willing to drive to the airport parking short term parking run and grab something and ran back out. But guess what is on the other side of security? So you can't even get to it unless you have a ticket. So, you know, it's interesting because you know, you mentioned they do have a Dunkin donuts on the on the side before we have to go through the TSA checkpoint. But you know, I don't Chick-fil-A would prey trust so much traffic, it'd be more hassle than it'd be worth of the airport, but we knew Chick-fil-A here somewhere somewhere in the area. Also, the Schenectady trained state. Nation. They've figured this out a government project that finished ahead of schedule wasn't supposed to open until November. But. Llama must not have been involved. I'm liking designed right? It doesn't bear his name. So he won't be here for the what's the point his schedule say staying in the but the Lieutenant governor scheduled to be in Schenectady ten o'clock this morning, they're they're announcing the opening of the train station. So the also the the the Connors the spin off from Roseanne premiered last night. I didn't see it. But they did. In fact, kill off Roseanne we knew they were going to. So she died they originally thought of a heart attack. But then turned out not to be the case. I just got a call from.
"brian gary to" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Time he said a woman on fire lighter fluid on the legs in a match raping her killing her he got fifteen life got out and, sixteen years somebody, would have told you or me when that. Began, that guy never get out of jail the parole board let him out and he. Killed four more well we're constantly reminded by the. Parole board that it's the department of corrections. And rehabilitation And they think anyone could be rehabilitated better how bad they are including, Anthony Kirkland who, killed four people do you think the parole. Board, felt bad letting him out then he went and killed at least four more no No I don't think so they actually have a plaque like, it's like count how many people they've. Released you're not I mean they have this, thing hanging their front office how many prisoners have been released this? Month It's really sick what the breakdown is everybody. Wants to save money you know it's expensive to run prison I totally get that but. There's been, studies that have shown that a career criminal, on, the. Street costs about six hundred thousand dollars a year damages society it costs. About twenty eight thousand a housing. For cartoons crimes are priceless against those families oh Bill we went out and fifty deposition. Of SB candies mom burner husband moved as far. Away, as you could possibly. Move from Cincinnati in last you went to Alaska they moved to an island. Off the. Coast of, Washington state and they're never coming back they, the memories are just so bad for them And when I took Lisa Kennedy deposition it was heart wrenching I mean. It was just brutal it's like it happened yesterday Been nine years All right, Joe now lastly getting back, to the homeless if seal Bach or PG, set and failed or are Brian Gary one of these other council members or candidates show up and start advocating, on their behalf are they going to, jail if they if they're trying to organize resistance of, the court order they? Should, be arrested yes pursuant to that order from, judge Roman now that would be, a? Beautiful thing right I you live for tomorrow morning is going to be interesting it'll be good but that's the that's the deal, that's that's their deal and you will, prosecute to the fullest extent of the law of course, we would give them? A, full measure of Justice sir so thank you, very much always good Bill thank you Good job thank you let's continue with more. Seven hundred, wwl to seven hundred wwl w seven hundred.
"brian gary to" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Dozen or more people convicted of desktop. Cases including Well one of our local, cases I can't remember his. Name, he was from Gary Indiana He was him as girlfriend. Were convicted of capital murder They murdered. A lady and Norwood once at Alton Coleman thank you Coleman and, his Denise Brown was his girlfriend and less partner well I. Mean I think. Her name. Was Dagmar because Dagmar told, Dixie, lasted this is terrible what's. Happening so when you say Anthony Kirkland's never going to get out I thought the first time he said a woman, on fire. Lighter fluid on the legs in a match raping her killing her he got fifteen life got out and sixteen years somebody would've told you, or me when, that began that guy never getting out of. Jail, the parole board let him out and he killed four more well we're constantly reminded. By the parole board that it's the department of corrections. And rehabilitation And they think anyone could be rehabilitated no matter how bad they, are including Anthony, Kirkland who killed four people doing the parole. Board, felt bad letting him out and he went and killed at least four more no I don't think so they actually have a. Plaque Like like count. How many people they released You know what I mean, they had this thing hanging their front office? How many prisoners have been released this month It's really sick, the breakdown is everybody wants to save money You know it's expensive to run prisons I totally get that but there's been. Studies that have. Shown that a career criminal on the street Cost about six hundred thousand dollars a year Society it costs about twenty eight thousand a housing. For, Kirkland's, crimes are priceless against those families oh Bill we, went, out and took the deposition of SB candies mom earner husband moved as far away as you could possibly move. From Cincinnati in last year went to Alaska they moved to an island off the coast. Of, Washington state and they're never coming back they. The memories are just so bad for, them and when I. Took Lisa, Kennedy deposition it was heart wrenching I mean it was just brutal It's, like it happened yesterday And Nine years All. Right Joe, now lastly getting back to, the homeless if seal Bach or PG Centene failed or are Brian Gary one of these other council members or candidates show up and start advocating on, their behalf they going to jail, if they if they're trying to organize resistance of the, court order they should. Be, arrested yes pursuant to that order from judge, Roman now that would be a. Beautiful thing I know what you live for Any tomorrow. Morning is going, to be interesting, it'll be good. But that's the that's. The deal that's that's their deal and you will prosecute them to. The fullest, extent of the law of course we would give. Them, a. Full measure of Justice yes sir Joe dealers thank you very. Much always good Bill. Thank you good job thank you all right let's continue with more. Seven hundred, wwl w Sean at a trip to our iheartradio. Music, festival Radio word jackpot. Two hundred. Two hundred. You'll get. A text. Confirming entry plus iheartradio info standard data and message rates apply that's.
"brian gary to" Discussed on The Film Vault
"The time and a third actor i can't even remember in this opening scene trend is exactly what it was thank you guy pearce's you only reface you really recognize and they they space out of the picture quickly quickly blow it out directed by kathryn bigelow also by the way in this movie ray find a very small role almost remember out in the desert and they come up till like some contractors mercenaries and figure out on the same side is it sounds great fine they might be might be parade finds it wasn't fact less than ten minutes screen time and he dies in the very first act brazen move much like executive decision getting killed big star the opening scene was it brian gregory i may have been i don't remember those no more stuff he's on he's a character actor christian camargo i feel like hispanic fellows when i remember that that rules out sam sproule heard locker all right my number four which is now my number three but it's still number four for the sake of documentation drew barrymore barrymore's casey becker and scream nineteen ninetysix wes craven's scream drew barrymore brian gary becker garrity headed that's why already said he's not spanning at all he's actually quite fair variety blonde god a fucking beacon he was in flight she's an only twelve minutes bright boardwalk empire your favorite show i didn't watch last season i gave up who's this you didn't hear it menu as i can multitask you hear nothing you're tweeting you hear obsessed with twitter and i'm doing research absolutely untrue you can go my twitter right now and see i i say she interesting like how many tweets per day you me oh i'm far far far far more so why am i the obsessed one because i don't care you're upset juror more is casey becker and scream nineteen ninety six ravens knows that's a small role he's in the movie twelve minutes it's one scene with a long sensitize twelve ages barrymore's originally casta sidney prescott eventually played by nef campbell but you're barrymore insisted that if she played casey than it would make the audience think anything good which is true true it's pretty true this come across i n my research i like this part when bob weinstein this wasn't research this just talk to my brain because i it was like thing coli shit barrymore's flasher film oh wait she's not she got slapped last bob weinstein the also known as the okay weinstein he watched parts of the first scenes filmed rough cuts he said that the mask used was idiotic he asked the producers to fill one scene with seven different masks and let him choose the one he liked the most and that's just move producers didn't agree and threatened to shut down production didn't agree they told them to wait until the first sequence with drew barrymore was completed and then he could decide once that i twelve minute cold open was completed they showed it thome and he's like i get it that's a tough one because you're you're bob weinstein yard you're you're on top of your game at that point you're you're one of the biggest names hollywood still star still ascending but you're also west craven and you're one of the most successful directors in that genre of all time so maybe the fuck abby defer what's craving want to do it krueger craven was overdoing slasher films this as kind of a comeback he was tired of the misogyny involved with all of them honestly that's one of the reasons why i am not a giant fan of of the slasher john res it's always it's always like hot young teens getting brutalized like why what is strong female lead and she she i think that's part of the whole thing but it was actually drew barrymore being involved with it and it's her only slasher film that made west grave and say you know what i mean okay good call so yes that's my number number four but now three number two for me going way back on digging deep deep in the vault go back to nineteen forty nine orson welles harry law third man what are you doing so your list you're so you're so hipster so after carol reed i saw this in two thousand thirteen anderson when roger leaper died because he was asked what his favorite movie.
"brian gary to" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Forty more stimulating talk it is gary and shannon a show brian gary and shannon today and tomorrow that i'll be in for jonathan and kenneth on july four later on today at five pm kennedy and suits right again on kennedy and fox kennedy nation on fox business at five pm she's out here on the west coast so no satellite delay unless annoying five minute hits it's going to be mean kennedy in studio there at five o'clock on a little fox fox business twelve twenty next hour ryan burrow we'll talk to us about the american citizen who thought he was cooperating with al qaeda to attack a people watching a fourth of july firework show in cleveland and we'll talk to mark remillard about the latest out of thailand where the twelve boys in their soccer coach were found alive but in a cave where exactly where they were they were lost lapd sent out an alert last night i didn't i need to find it again i didn't quite understand the the the time coordinates on on this one but they basically said if you're driving through downtown la then heads up everybody if you're in downtown la today be careful on the one on one at the alameda exit at downtown la there might be a road closures and because it's a protests going on and i'm not i'm unaware nice protest yeah i mean today this here's what it is from well almost from ron ten pm last night or nine pm planning to be in the downtown the hashtag dt la area monday morning we're expecting protests and street closures in the area of alameda street and the one on one freeway to include both the north and southbound alameda offramps from the one on one freeway we appreciate your patience in dealing with any traffic delays what if you're shutting down exit synon ram that's not a protest so am i to lapd headquarters was quote if streets are closed then it's not a protest it's mayhem public disturbance failures disperse reckless endangerment do your job or change the bull s slogan on your car doors well now police have started arresting people and have declared an unlawful assembly steph one my evil plans underway yes hey hey ho ho ice has got to go and all that crap is by the way is this just a general protests what's this is to stuff protesters say they are trying to highlight ices human rights abuses by by restricting my right to exit the one on one alameda got it what an excellent protests no i think they're going to want to look up protests in the dictionary they'll find that they're not within the definition which brings up by the way they were they brought the bullhorns to garcetti's house to the this is not the mayoral mansion i think this is the this is not getting this is the actual whatever it's called this is i think our studies actual house protesters demonstrate outside la mayor's house calling for an end to homelessness and abolishment of ice so this is a two for one they to end all homeless to so they're yelling through a bullhorn at garcetti's house to end homelessness and abolish ice it's quite a list i mean does not ambitious enough why not why not throw in unicorn factories rainbow powered love machines and grape scented welfare checks okay so we want ice eliminated homelessness eliminated and by the way.
"brian gary to" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Don't let the dorky seriously what nothing i didn't why i heart radio station two brian gary on this wednesday june thirteenth hour from now when we get into swamp watch talking about the president's tweets after we landed back in dc this morning coming back from singapore and his meeting with north korea's leader also the longtime trump attorney michael colin has been telling franson he is expecting that he will be arrested sometime very very soon so we'll get into that twelve thirty we've got news about the east area rapist slash golden state killer and i want to pull the car over right there sacramento bee will call this guy the east area rapist because i understand that the rapes kicked all of this off of you if you set aside the vice elliott ransacking in sacramento this was the community that was paralyzed by the ridiculous number of rapes that happened in in the late seventies there but then he went on to kill people in and around sacramento and the rest of the state which is how he earned the moniker golden state killer i believe michelle mcnamara came up with that but this acrimony oh be is still referring to him as the east area rapist and it kind of comes off to me is this weird territorial grab over this serial killer like well he's ours it started here and he was east area rapist so we're just going to go with that i don't know it's just it just kind of rubs me the wrong way it it if if that's the reason they're doing it that an adds a tinge of weird selfishness yeah i don't know if it's the reason but that's how it comes off a little a bit we have found out that the the some of the victims are now potentially going to receive financial remuneration from the california victim compensation board because they are trying to add new language to a senate bill that would allow victims of this guy to receive compensation now that a suspect has been identified under the bill victims who incurred emotional harm or a moment a monetary loss as the result of the arrest would have until december thirty first twenty nineteen to apply for compensation they can just go to victims dot ca dot gov to do so.
"brian gary to" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Wallace had a major weight issue he that receiver doesn't he's i mean he's only like ten pounds heavier than he was when he was drafted along time ago i'm not sure why he has a two hundred fifty pound clause that may have been a team just saying listen we're gonna make some of these very mike wallace friendly i mean i may be you know sometimes negotiations you give guys stuff attainable bonuses and then really hard to project and hard to attain bonuses john deliver the news well that's the news and thanks for stopping heard line news thirteen nba seasons coached the phoenix suns he was the point guard no kc before russell westbrook my guy earl watson in the heard today man oh man i'm reading some of the notes on you so i was saying earlier is that it's okay but i on a bill simmons podcast kevin durant said basically i wanna hoop and i wanna play video games lebron wants to change the world katie doesn't the team is eleven and nine in the last twenty games with katya no steph can we just now knowledge he's not really an alpha which is fine he's just a world class basketball player i think he is off i think he's a unique alpha he's not the kobe brian gary payden michael jordan alpha where they get into their teammates face they grew them they cut the money put them in their place that they need to be on the court he's more from the air is this new generation air lebron james enjoy the corks interesting quote so wanna acts him what was the difference in leadership between kobe bryant and the brawn james he said kobe would cuss me out lebron puts his arm around me and tells me what i need to do and that's kind of the generation that katy comes from.
"brian gary to" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"The 2018 legislative sessions come to an end the first order of business passing a budget for next fiscal year and that was accomplished with a spending plan totalling six point three billion dollars a package of crime legislation and a bill allowing more secrecy at the spaceport were among the many piece of legislation approved but other proposals fail to win passage including a bill to expand baby briana law governor martinez now has until march seven to act on bills passed during the legislative session burly or county district attorney route torres as his office made substantial progress in getting more money from the legislature this year he tells us he went up to santa fe hope we do increases overall budget by five point four million dollars and ended up getting four point two million dollars what i think this is going to do is really set this organization pointed in the right direction it's taken it's taken us a number of years to get in this position it's gonna take a few years to dig our way out terrorist says the funding round allow his office to hire fifteen to twenty additional prosecutors as well as more investigators and staff a man accused of pointing a gun at people on the un empty campus yesterday is under arrest spokesman simon drawback says apd's officers arrested the man offcampus near lead in yale he says the man identified as fortyfiveyearold vine the loria hada a bb gun and is now charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon the incident prompted the campus white alert at you and m thursday morning the most significant rain event since last fall that's how the national weather service's describing the moisture albuquerque's received from the latest system to move into the state but meteorologist brian gary says when you're instead howard riots banned for an extended period is range just a drop in the bucket we are so far behind uh for for the water year which starts in october first run through the end of september uh and for uh the dry stressed that we went through we we really need a lot more events like this over the next month to month as of noon yesterday albuquerque's official rainfall totally was forty four hundred seven inch but some areas in the foothills got close to an h i met hardly at.