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Longest Day of the Year Monday as Summer Solstice Approaches

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 d ago

Longest Day of the Year Monday as Summer Solstice Approaches

"NASA says summer solstice in the northern hemisphere will officially happened Sunday night it means Monday will be the longest day of the year the farther north you are in the northern hemisphere the longer the day NASA's Alex young says the earth has a tilt orbiting around the sun during its yearlong orbit some parts of the earth are facing towards the sun and summer facing away from the side NASA has several mentioned studying our son hoping to answer decades old burning questions about the inner workings of our nearest star we have purposed solar pro which is flying through the sun's atmosphere giving us up close and personal look and there is the solar orbiter which will be able to take the first images of the sun's poles as well as investigate the Haley a spear and solar wind I'm a Donahue

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Political Violence Sanctioned for Antifa, Radical Liberals

The Dan Bongino Show

01:48 min | 4 d ago

Political Violence Sanctioned for Antifa, Radical Liberals

"Political violence obviously is to be roundly condemned in a in a rational, smoothly functioning constitutional republic. We have a real problem in a country when political violence is sanctioned on one side. BLM and Antifa can burn down courthouses burned down your business attack. You attack the police. It's all on video. We can see it all. And yet you have a different political group accused of all kinds of things on January 6th an incident the capital. Some of which have condemned myself. And yet, it's weird. They find themselves in solitary confinement. Big, massive conspiracy. Shocking all campaigns their words. Don't you find that odd? That sounds you like a obvious and obvious case of political targeting. Doesn't that sound to you? Like the opposite of what we're supposed to be doing in law enforcement. What are we supposed to be doing? Well, when you're a police officer of federal agent people call or they walk in an office and they report a crime. I was robbed. I was beaten. I had my money stolen. I'm a business. I received counterfeit bills. And what do you do? You go investigate the people responsible for that crime and you find them. That's the way in a constitutional republic and unbiased, nonpartisan law enforcement operations supposed to work. Not the other way around. You don't walk into a law enforcement officer or police precinct and say, I want my friend here investigated because I think he may be a trump supporter, and then they go and investigate them and find a crime later. That's not the way that works. That's not a republic. That's

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Margaret Cho's Self-Care Ritual: Skincare and Walking

Forever35

01:35 min | 4 d ago

Margaret Cho's Self-Care Ritual: Skincare and Walking

"Start almost every episode by asking our guests about a daily self care ritual. That is important in their lives So we wanted to start there and see if you have anything to share something that you do on a regular basis that and helps you get through the day or the week Well i have a few things. There's like a a do like a two hour walk with this little nugget child. That's actually been probably the most helpful because usually during the walk. I listen to podcasts. Or books and music catch up on kind of stuff so i'm just sort of like not doing anything but exercising her exercising myself and just breathing leaving. Go in the rain when it rains like retook two or three times a year here but i mean it's really important part the other part is i do Microcurrent skincare with a zip and a new face. Why don't use the jails that day. That are branded. I use aloe vera sometimes. Use a koito. Silver dressing like a burden dressing like burn south but So those are the things that i should have given makeup pretty much for the time being so i just do. Skincare and walking. I mean that sounds. That sounds like a perfect

Carry A Wallet (MM #3738)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 d ago

Carry A Wallet (MM #3738)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Sometimes it's not important things that make way around the internet yesterday. Silly stupid. I don't even know how you'd refuse young but the big burning question going around the internet. Yesterday was, do you still carry a wallet and this was specifically aimed at men, basketball player now, broadcaster Charles Barkley was visiting a Chipotle and forgot his wallet left. It there, somebody foiled got ahold of TNT and got the wallet back to him. So now everybody's making fun of Charles Barkley because he still carries a good old-fashioned. Men's rear pocket wallet and everybody's like, how can you still carry a wallet today? I understand I carry a front pocket wallet, really more money clip with spaces for six credit cards. So it's a front pocket wallet. I've been doing that for ten fifteen, probably twenty years now only because the way to the wall, I might behind was too much. Most people don't even do that, they base wage a couple of credit cards, or driver's license, and some cash with a rubber band around it with the cell phone. Now we can attach credit cards. And driver's license has a little pockets on the back and we don't necessarily need a wallet per se, but I can't imagine going fully without something in my front pocket, dead.

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Carry A Wallet (MM #3738)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 d ago

Carry A Wallet (MM #3738)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Sometimes it's not important things that make way around the internet yesterday. Silly stupid. I don't even know how you'd refuse young but the big burning question going around the internet. Yesterday was, do you still carry a wallet and this was specifically aimed at men, basketball player now, broadcaster Charles Barkley was visiting a Chipotle and forgot his wallet left. It there, somebody foiled got ahold of TNT and got the wallet back to him. So now everybody's making fun of Charles Barkley because he still carries a good old-fashioned. Men's rear pocket wallet and everybody's like, how can you still carry a wallet today? I understand I carry a front pocket wallet, really more money clip with spaces for six credit cards. So it's a front pocket wallet. I've been doing that for ten fifteen, probably twenty years now only because the way to the wall, I might behind was too much. Most people don't even do that, they base wage a couple of credit cards, or driver's license, and some cash with a rubber band around it with the cell phone. Now we can attach credit cards. And driver's license has a little pockets on the back and we don't necessarily need a wallet per se, but I can't imagine going fully without something in my front pocket, dead.

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Firefighters Injured in Massive Chemical Plant Fire

The Mark Levin Show

00:41 sec | 5 d ago

Firefighters Injured in Massive Chemical Plant Fire

"Suppression efforts continue at the Kim tool plant in rocked in Illinois, where huge billowing clouds of black smoke turned yesterday and earlier today. From the blaze within the plant. Here's a B C's Alix Perez. Initial blaze could be seen for miles. Crews working to put out this massive chemical plant fire in northern Illinois burning for over 24 hours. 70 workers getting out of the Kim tool plant safely to firefighters suffering minor injuries overnight. Half a million gallons left to burn amid concerns using water to extinguish the flames could send runoff into a nearby river. And local officials say that evacuation order will remain in place until at least tomorrow

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Bongino's Golden Rules; Conservatives Need to Break Through Cultural Ambassadors

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 5 d ago

Bongino's Golden Rules; Conservatives Need to Break Through Cultural Ambassadors

"Liberals are people with bad ideas. Liberals don't take that of us. Liberals think we're bad people with ideas. You understand There's a difference. You remember those golden rules? That's golden rule number two Golden Rule number one. Is most Republicans are really Democrats. But no Democrats are really Republicans. You'll never be disappointed in a politician again. When you keep that golden rule in mind, That's golden rule number one, but number two liberals think we are bad people. With ideas. Why does that matter? It matters because the minute you open your mouth. It doesn't matter what you say with your idea. You are a quote, bad person. And you're to be shouted that racist, misogynist transit foam homophobic doesn't matter. Xenophobic phobia phobic for before Any word with the faux burn is that the end is you They don't hear what you're saying. You understand that they don't hear what you're saying. That matters for this next segment about culture. Politics being downstream from the culture. Because there are significant swaths of the culture right now that aren't listening to us. Supposed to say that, Dan, you got a radio show Popular Parlier Kiss Fox show great, terrific and I deeply appreciate it. And it's out there to inspire activists and good conservatives, libertarians and impressionable Democrats out there. It's out there to do that. That's the point of this talking. I'm not doing it to waste my breath. But the hard reality is a lot of these liberals and kids embedded in the culture. You may not be avid followers of politics, we can't break through to them. I don't know anything about my podcast. They didn't know anything about rush. They didn't know anything about Glenn or Sean or Marker Tucker or anything else. They've never heard it. But they do hear people like Jon Stewart. They do hear people like Bill Maher. They do hear people like these Ticktock influences out there. I can't emphasize you enough until we can grab some of these cultural ambassadors. Whether they're ambassadors for the conservative cause or not, and crack through that wall of your bad people with ideas, you conservatives, we will never be able to change the culture and therefore change the politics downstream.

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Is Eating Local Really More Sustainable?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

02:03 min | 5 d ago

Is Eating Local Really More Sustainable?

"Researchers alexander stein and fabien. Santini just published a fascinating paper on the sustainability of local food systems in the political discussion. They write the promotion of local food. Systems and short supply. Chains is sometimes presented as a means to increase the resilience of the food system. And it's also suggested as a means to improve the environmental footprint of the food system and quote so in their paper. They've reviewed scientific literature on the environmental social and the economic aspects of sustainability and. They reached some surprising conclusions. First off is eating local actually easier on the environment. When consumers tried to eat local they often focus on how far their food has to travel from its source to their plates. You might remember a popular book called the hundred mile diet which exemplified this approach. Barbara kings hovers bestselling animal vegetable. Miracle is another example and one assumption behind this trend is that eating locally will lower the carbon footprint of our diets however this is not necessarily the case for one thing shipping large quantities foods in cargo ships or trains may actually burn less fossil fuel than transporting the same amount of food across much shorter distances in hundreds of small trucks and now just consider thousands of consumers driving two farms one by one in their cars to pick up their local food. This thinking also assumes that transporting food is the only or even the primary factor in how much carbon is emitted in the production of that food but in fact food production can produce a lot of greenhouse gases prior to this final leg of the journey in fact stein in santini conclude that the carbon footprint of diet depends a lot more on what types of foods you choose then. It doesn't how many miles they travel to reach your plate.

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The Imbalance of Justice When Pursuing Antifa, BLM Rioters

The Dan Bongino Show

01:31 min | 5 d ago

The Imbalance of Justice When Pursuing Antifa, BLM Rioters

"Course not. We love producer Jim. That's a funny one. It was not funny, though. The complete evaporation of justice in our country what we've been talking about since the beginning. How do you explain the fact that we have to terrorist groups, right? Antifa and black lives matter that engaged in the exact same tactics. Terrorists engage in violence, property destruction, political intimidation. We saw that we saw it with our own eyes. Our eyes weren't lying to us. You saw it on TV. Remember with the media with trying to hide it Remember was at Ali Velshi and MSNBC. Remember that It's a mostly peaceful protests. Dude, the building behind you is literally not figuratively burning to the ground doesn't matter. Outside of the fires, the But whippings going to say something different? The butt whippings, the beatings and everything else in the street. It's a mostly peaceful pro. It's 97% peaceful. Yeah, but 3% of them are beating the crap out of people and burning your city. That doesn't matter. 97.25% of it is peaceful. So how do you explain that? Those groups that were covered up by the media are out there running free. I don't see any organized nationwide FBI investigation for them. Nothing yet again. The January six protests if you are anywhere near the capital or the lawn, and you showed up in a picture on social media somewhere, there's like a SWAT team showing up at your house.

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The World's First Wooden Satellite Will Launch This Year

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

01:06 min | 6 d ago

The World's First Wooden Satellite Will Launch This Year

"Check in with Dr Sky Steven Kates. Hey, Stephen. Hello. There Juries we begin with space. Lots of exciting news here would fill an entire show but with space junk George on the rise and too many dead satellites in low Earth orbit. Get set for the world's first wooden satellite, which is seven months later this year, officially known how, ironically, is called would set these are small nano satellites storage, which mother only four inches on a side. And weigh about £2, Each finished company known as Arctic Astronautics, is the prime contractor on these little gems they're made of birch wood, and they're able to carry out small test type payloads. That is. And when complete. Guess what they burn up completely in the atmosphere. No ground surviving components. Aluminum oxide is sprayed over the electronic area to prevent the release that is of gases into space. A charge on a comedic kind of note. Don't you think we need a large version of like a modern Noah's The space would art so that when he does re enter the Amazon, these things will truly burn up. And thus maybe they're solving on a slow but progressive way. Problem of speech jump,

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Where Should You Apply Sunscreen? Sun Protection Advice for Sweaty Runners

Another Mother Runner

02:11 min | 6 d ago

Where Should You Apply Sunscreen? Sun Protection Advice for Sweaty Runners

"All right. We'll let's start out with the questions. This one is from different sarah. Who is on the hunt for sunscreen recommendations on my name is sarah. I'm runner from ohio. I have three young kids. And i have a question about sons I'm trying to be better about running wearing sunscreen. When i'm out running the no matter which one i try you're gonna stay on. I ended up with it burning. I i need some suggestions on better sunscreen on a very sweaty runner so i don't know if that if that is the problem or what that are. I need better about it when i'm out my friend. Thank you so much love. The podcast sued dimity. I thought of you and one of your best lines. Ever when i heard this question so come on. You gotta say where. Should runners apply sunscreen. Oh from the balls down the bottles down. That was one of our classic lines from. I can't remember which tour. Yes i've always down. Do not put it on your forehead. Do not put it on your forehead. I mean ideally wearing a hat or a son adviser something that will protect your forehead. And i think a to better idea because that part linemen that can also really get depending upon how how. How thin years how thin. Your hair is and where. It's party that that's been a place where people will get unexpectedly burnt. Yes so so. I think it has a good call But yes if you do that then. That's one thing the other thing is after you put it on your hands right. You can use your palm of your hand. You might want to wash them before you head out because often what you do is you rub your eyes right and that will get there so we often said like pull up the bottom of your shirt. He's the bottom of your running tanker. Whatever it happens to be used that to wipe your face instead of your hands or you could wear a cool little Wristband lake napoleon dynamite and use that guy in my strength class yesterday was wearing a head like bjorn borg. John mcenroe style headband. I'm like okay. Didn't know those back in but okay

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Massive Chemical Plant Explosion Prompts Evacuations in Illinois

Michael Berry

00:37 sec | 6 d ago

Massive Chemical Plant Explosion Prompts Evacuations in Illinois

"And fire that destroyed a large local business, and fire chief Kirk Wilson put it bluntly. It's been a very catastrophic day for our community. An explosion at the camp tool plant that makes Greece products and other fluids sparked the fire that has burned most of the day. While progress is being made on dousing the fire, there is a consideration for residents, according to the chief. What we're concerned with is particulates that may be in the air residents are being urged to wear mask. For the time being. Dozens of employees were rescued from the plant. One firefighters suffered a minor injury. GURNAL Scott Fox News Republican

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How to Take Your Business From Unpredictable to Wildly Profitable

The $100 MBA Show

01:49 min | Last week

How to Take Your Business From Unpredictable to Wildly Profitable

"It was three a m. I was laying in bed asleep and the phone rang. It woke me up. I sat up in bed. Put the phone to my ear. Inn knew it was bad. I jumped out of bed. Got dressed hopped in my car. Hit the highway going eighty miles an hour. The sun was coming up. And i made a turn on the street. Where my law firm was. I pulled into the parking lot. And i saw my beautiful law firm burning to the ground. My secretary lauri also got the call from the fire department and we sat in the parking lot hugged and cried. I immediately started thinking about the workday ahead and my clients and my staff howard. The lawyers gonna get their files. Some are going to be in court and just a few hours. And what about the new clients calling my firm. That morning will back to that in a minute. This wasn't the worst fire. I have ever experienced by the way a couple of years later. I got a call in the afternoon from the person who sent me the most business out of anybody. He sent me seventy percent of my business. He was the guerrilla. Tv lawyer my town and he had never called myself on before he said. We need to meet today. I knew immediately that another fire was brewing. He had never been to my office before we had been sending him over four million dollars a year in referral fees and i was extremely indebted to this person. He came in sat on my couch and he said we are no longer setting you business. What i began to panic he walked out. I was given no reason and one short meeting. I felt like my entire identity and livelihood was destroyed.

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Telegraph Fire Tops 88,000 Acres, 76% Contained

Delta Trading Group

00:50 sec | Last week

Telegraph Fire Tops 88,000 Acres, 76% Contained

"The world in Oak Flats now heading home. The Telegraph. Fire is now 76% contained near Globe fire spokesman Dean McAllister's say, as firefighters are letting the blaze burned down at this point, did some burnout around the canal peak electronic sites in the summer homes up there. And so we have created this island of fire that now outside the main body of the fire, which is really in pretty good shape, almost 1000 personnel still at the blaze this afternoon that has burned more than 88,000 acres out. Buildings and homes. McAllister doesn't think the Telegraph Fire will merge with the Mass Cal Fire update on the most scalp fire. It's burning 12 miles southeast of Globe. It is now 85% contained it spurn more than 72,000 acres. Firefighters on the line this afternoon battling increasing winds and low humidity. It is

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Dr. Colin Walker on Snake Plants Aka Sansevieria

On The Ledge

01:49 min | Last week

Dr. Colin Walker on Snake Plants Aka Sansevieria

"Well hi folks are. I'm calling walker. I'm currently president of the british koch succulent society. But my eight year presidency is just about to come to an end. I have been interesting growing and studying succulents for just over fifty years. I'm now retired. So i can spend more of my time looking after them. Them and writing about them. I have a lodge collection and two greenhouses conservatory on a porch. I currently live in scotland just gloss so the dry conditions are a bit challenging to what i was used to embed fiche. We hate talk about sense of areas and this has been a subject that people have been requesting pretty much since they thought of making this podcast. And we're finally talking about them dating a whole episode to them and these of grown his popularity in the last few years. But i wonder whether you could tell us. Start off by telling us a bit about where and how they grow in the wild and what conditions are like. I'm guessing they have to be tough because they're from a place where the not getting much moisture sons. Fear is a genus of about eighty species distributed in africa Also there's a couple in madagascar then going east daycare innova beer and his fall eastern burma. There's a severe burn money. I've only ever encountered severe is in the wild once we were on a safari in the eastern province of south africa. And there. I encountered what i am believed to be some severe hyacinth. Authorities are about five species native south africa

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Revisiting The 1977 Dutch Train Hostage Crisis

Today in True Crime

02:11 min | Last week

Revisiting The 1977 Dutch Train Hostage Crisis

"It was just dawn on a pleasant spring morning. When dutch marine commandos crept up to a motionless train. The cars had been the home of fifty one hostages for the past twenty days self malone gunmen guarded their captives who they hope to use as political leverage. The terrorists demanded that their pacific island home formerly dutch colony and under indonesian rule be given independence while the marines began boarding the train. Five jet airplanes dropped smoke bombs from above a journalist with the associated. Press was reporting from about three quarters of a mile away from where the train was located. He described what he experienced. The ground is trembling. They're firing a lot of firing. Everybody reporters photographers police. Army men are ducking down behind armored personnel carriers later it was estimated that over fifteen thousand bullets had been discharged by the military at the train. One of the hostages ought to j. tweaked woke up two gunshots and tried to take cover tweaked described the ensuing chaos to the new york times. We heard machine guns then. A horrible noise. I thought they were burning their way into the train. With acetylene torches or flame throwers later. We realized that they were planes. Flying over at the same time. Additional marines driving a tank stormed a small village school twelve miles away. The terrorists were holding another four hostages there between them. The two parties of more than two thousand soldiers and law enforcement officers freed fifty five hostages. The fighting six of the terrorists and two of the hostages were shot and killed. Some citizens wondered if such a dramatic show of force had really been necessary to finish the standoff but prime minister yoked and oil defended the operation in a radio broadcast claiming the government didn't have any other choice.

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A Test for Data-Driven Drug Development

The Bio Report

01:41 min | Last week

A Test for Data-Driven Drug Development

"Bill thanks for joining us daniel. Thanks for inviting me on the show. We're going to talk about smash avante. Its business model. And its efforts to better harness available data to speed drug development and improve decision making around it. perhaps we can begin with a little background. People may be familiar with the vikram swami's and his vance samanta was actually born out of sumitomo dainippon farmers acquisition of five vance. What is samat of antony. And where does it sit in relation to sumitomo in the group of vance acquired. Sure so as you mentioned was formed out of a three billion dollar transaction between a dainippon. Sumitomo pharma and raytheon Anytime a mid sized japanese pharma company. Roy vance is a startup pharmaceutical company about six six years old. So roy event has been successful at in licensing drugs in therapies refining their clinical development plan to optimize their positioning to address unmet need raising external capital to support the clinical development plan then hiring executive team to that clinical development plan so when a drug was expected to address high unmet need royden spun off a subsidiary to house. The drug generally named with the suffix van so dsp dainippon sumitomo purchased roy vance ownership stake in five of those subsidiaries and also to technology teams digital innovation headed by dan. Rothman and mike computational research team with our computational ecosystem that we burned of the drug

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7 Simple Strategies for Eliminating Sugar Cravings

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

01:22 min | Last week

7 Simple Strategies for Eliminating Sugar Cravings

"I'm talking about seven simple strategies for eliminating sugar cravings once and for all and so all of us have experienced sugar cravings in fact sugars just as addictive as anything else on the planet. We consume sugar or sweet foods. We naturally get an elevation in our neurotransmitters serotonin and dopamine serotonin makes us feel good dopamine. Actually as our rewards center we actually feel really really good when we boost stuff that dopamine so we kinda get this huge neurotransmitter release. We feel really really good when we consume it. Unfortunately sugar a short-lived sugar stresses. Our body causes inflammation now those neurotransmitters go down. And then we want the next hit and it just becomes addictive cycle and pattern that we get under and so really ultimately. It comes down to three big things here. Number one is consuming the wrong foods. And we're creating this hypoglycemic type reaction blood sugar's going way up and then way down rights we've got this Blood sugar roller coaster taking place and that really comes down to choosing the right foods. Okay and really having in a sense. Just the right nutrition patterns the second big thing is oftentimes. We're dealing with something called hp dysfunction. The brain is not communicating. Well with the adrenal glands because we feel really burnt out stressed

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"burns" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:05 min | 10 months ago

"burns" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"We all welcome back to the Paul Finebaum show. As you can tell from the voice in the hair, it does not. Paul Finebaum. I'm Peter Burns that is Rome in harbour policy having a little technical difficulties that we're getting back to him. He's not pixellated as we see the feed Paul he's there be looks like one of those Al Dial up connections right now. So was. Bombing was good when you get the disk from the blockbuster was it was great You know what? Back in the day I used to I used to go to blockbusters and that was right around the same time. He used to have this guy the next guest on our show on my show back at tickets sixty San. Antonio. Guy Rick Horo who joins the show. Every single week. So Rick, I I didn't I don't know if we thought that you and I were going to be talking today we weren't scheduled. You were scheduled to talk to Paul, but it's great to catch up with you man and my goodness what a busy time in the sports business world is with college football. Heck being what a couple of days away now. First of all I'm, GONNA RETREAT IN. Maine. And I was excited about talking to Paul but I. Will Live Paul Become Wally. Pipped you think Oh, get his job back Y- trust me as bad as I am at this show there's no doubt. This is the best thing to happen to Paul Finebaum is me hosting because then they realized how talented? That finebaum actually you that that's gratuitous but I'll accept it listen. I get the fact that you look at the college schedule my buddies and I were talking today and you realize that come what? Next Thursday or even a couple of days from now we'll college football. Again, we're conference play. We still have certainty the back end about the PAC twelve and big ten but. The back end is you know spring that's a long time from now. So how many fans how you? GonNa pay for it what's name image and likeness? How do you support the smaller sports? What happens with title nine? All of those issues pale in comparison to we finally get our wish about college football and all we have is a worldwide pandemic between us and crowds. Hey we're this is Roman. Harper. Question for me is that how big of opportunities the XFL missing out on if they would've stayed afloat all the college campuses cancelling the big ten all like being able to recruit these young players to say, Hey, if they don't WanNa let you play. You can come play here for us and we'll pay you for. Roman. That's a really good question in the bottom line is that you know there was a a method behind Vince McMahon's madness of declaring bankruptcy. You know now the rocks got the issue I. Understand they missed a little bit of this but at the end of the day, the bottom line is that they were going to figure out how to capture the market. Now they're not GonNa Start, in twenty, twenty one I, don't think I mean who knows. But if they started twenty twenty two, they're going to have a whole. Lot of time to deal with this issue of is eligibility out what are you gonNa do with it what's going to happen with the fall guys and probably there's more questions than answers I still am not a way rate waving the white flag on the on the xfl by the way because we don't know if spring football works or not they had one half a year to prove and really the jury still out the Great Ricardo joining Peter Burns Roman Harper, Fillon into right now is ball's having a little technical difficulty. You talked about having fans and I think it's it's so intriguing as we've seen throughout the traditional, you're looking at around twenty to twenty five percent of attendance figures that they hoped to have when the Games are being played. Let's spend it a couple of years for do you think that now we're talking about building stadiums in a different way to prepare for something like this or going to smaller venues and increasing ticket prices what's the big picture effect of all of this? Money money and money they need money everybody needs money. So here's the thought of we're going to go from weird categories and they're really mean the waterfront of this. You realize that University of Texas just cut a deal with a company called germ logic to be the official German control provider of Youtube Texas world. So Texas Longhorn Stadium. Yeah. silly. But maybe how about this about alcohol sales over twenty one in college stadium never thought about that what about? Gambling those issues what about naming rights deals like university Georgia Tech just Georgia state just cut with what used to be Turner field. All of those things would have been relatively unheard of short-term this time it's a real deal because otherwise how you to pay for the smaller sports, the title, nine sports, and all of the rest of it it is going to be a very difficult time and athletic directors are going to earn their money like never before. We talking to rick all right now, sports business analyst. You can follow him on twitter at Ricardo. Rick when you look at what this is going to do because obviously entertainment is at a premium bright in college football is always at the forefront of that. What will this do to broadcast rights as well too is when we see the NBA and the NFL of course is in for their deal coming up in a couple of years they wanNA have something hammered out astronomical or is this going to cut everybody's ask down a whole lot?.

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"burns" Discussed on EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

03:42 min | 11 months ago

"burns" Discussed on EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

"Generally Click on ESPN or ESPN's my home screen a lot and the stupid byline header was Danika Patrick Aaron Rodgers to jerk Alpha's by the way broke up and I'm thinking to myself like Shit and we're what can I have sports back like wh my life becoming. I don't care but they're both jerks even though one is much more attractive than the other. And I. You. I. Don't know why we have like five articles about this. Because the world is. So. Sports deprived. It's become the Dash Ian Network sports world. Thing and by the way below Danika Patrick Aaron Rodgers story was Eric Bledsoe Russell Westbrook test positive for Covid I don't know man I think the priorities here are all messed up Right this whole world is gone it's gone to plaid we all gone mad. Gone. What are we got on this thing?.

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"burns" Discussed on EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

03:36 min | 11 months ago

"burns" Discussed on EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

"First Base I call this my gin and juice. Two guys. Frank Thomas E. add the. Great. Testosterone commercials. That's the gym part of it. The juice? Is Mark Maguire. Mark Mark Oh man to yeah. Yeah I. Mean. He wasn't a great defender Okay. So I'm not gonNA argue. With. Frank Thomas the big hurt underrated I remember his rookie card was such a hot commodity for awhile. I'm going to go a little bit more defensive, but still obviously great defensive numbers should've have been a red sock, his whole career, but it didn't work out, Mr Jeff Bagwell. He'd never even got a call up to the big show at fenway. Yeah, that's that's great. Team was managed back then. Fag Well, good choice. You could pick up the ball on these hot shots to I better than almost anybody I'd seen in my lifetime. He had great instincts Mu he was a big guy but he moves so well for big guy especially early on in his career. Okay L. Field. This tough man it's hard I hate my says, but I can't I can't pick them all GonNa give you my failed all three guys. I'd give it to me. Ricky Henderson. Agree. We. All Time leadoff hitter history of baseball rookie. Ken Griffey Junior. He's on there. I'm not gonNA argue with Allen. Somebody's GONNA argue Alan please email east to west with nick and Robin we'll delete your email. East to West with Nick and rob a g mail dot com email us if he west agreement around at L. Dot. com. And I can not not have this guy on my team. Makes me nervous. I'm. Not. GonNa. Say Dwight Evans do we was annoying but? Dewey. Mike Trout going to be taking Mike. All right. Okay. So I have tried online on mine too but I sort of a don't feel great about it. Because I, I wanNA take mookie again I'll hold him to the same auto rule as breath a career isn't quite there yet so I won't pick Mukhi but I've got Griffey I've got trout my last guy I'm sorry man I can't not do it. It's IT's Mr Barry Bonds Home run. King. Played outfield. Great he was also like a thirty, thirty, forty, forty guy and multiple MVP winner I can't not pick him. He was so good. He was actually an underrated defender I think you want go gloves. griffey probably a little bit better defensively but. Not Too. Far Behind if your outfield is trout bonds, griffey. In their primes forget steroids we'll. We'll cover that later you're crushing fantasy baseball crushing it. I'll give you barry bonds. You're in the clear without one she's A. Barry Bonds. You know clearly clearly your choice nick. So we're not here to talk about the past, defend it. If marking mark, do it Mary gets the do to? All Right? One. More. person. There is no other. Designated hitter. Negotiable. Wicked smart. compactor. You can't stop them with bullets even forget baseball's. Poppy is..

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"burns" Discussed on EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

05:49 min | 11 months ago

"burns" Discussed on EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

"These plans I didn't want to admit this on a successful podcast of our own here out in the ether of the of the series of tubes as the Internet. But I have a fantasy baseball draft on. Sunday. Despite all my better judgement. So I'll be doing that even though probably means nothing and the team will never play. But Yeah I think in lieu of anything else I would love to do a legacy team So how do we do it? We go one for one or is it give me the rules? Is it like? Can I put Babe Ruth on my team? Do I have to have seen this person play or something? No I'll go with who we've seen play. I'm not necessarily say we seen them play live in the stadium. But we've seen them play in the career. You know I'm fifty one years old. So I've seen I was going to say I love and I point out that you're older than me. So you're breath of players bigger than mine. Because I'm your uncle and I should be older you. Model. Golf Club Above Ground Pool noted. All. Right. So let's go. So you go first what else do pitching first and then we'll ease into the into the diamond. Okay. Hands down. I want this guy as one of my starting pitchers. I know you're GonNa Pick Your and Steal Nolan Ryan. Own Nolan Ryan Okay so he counts for me that's. That's in my lifetime. So I'm going to give Nolan that's no-brainer. Good Helps me because minds. Brainer. It's Pedro. I can know he. Wins Asia's no-brainer for one game. That's the guy. I got one other pitcher. All right. Let's see if we agree to as we need a lefty. Yeah you probably need a lefty Randy Johnson I have him on my last. Chance to. Get. Israeli. Small writing but he's on their boom now I thought our clemens and maddox would have been the other two. Throughout Nolan Ryan he was a I was a little bit young toward the end of his but I did get to watch one of his no hitters so I think that works out that's dominant with one lefty that's a dominant rotation there. So we gotta pick a closer at least closer. I A pains me to say it, but I know who mine is. I, it pains me to put his name down to. But you gotTA. Love it because the fenway faithful showed him so much respect in his in his retirement. How? Rightfully? So because he says, Boston people aren't classy. That's right. Fuck adding. CanNot get. Balls at Santa Claus. We just point out when new suck I don't think that's our problem. That's your problem. So. Mariano Rivera. List. That's a no brainer. Yeah. All right. Segment I didn't think the pitching was easy now I think it's GonNa get more complicated. Let's go catch her third..

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"burns" Discussed on EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

03:47 min | 11 months ago

"burns" Discussed on EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

"Like it I like it I. Maybe it's a maybe it's a double maybe there could have been a homer there but I'm gonNA. I'm GONNA allow it I'M GONNA go with it. She she's she's got she got enough clout I think it works. Okay. Alright right. Fencer Guy. Brilliant performance. You can't understand anything he saying added. Subtitles on to watch the movie that's something or leading say. Stayed they do mention this alive speak English. Okay. saw. His death was the only one spoiler there. That was kind of lackluster to me. It needed to be more they I i. it had an impact and move the story forward, but I would rewrote data differently. Okay All right. So I didn't go with seventy couldn't speak English goes I. WASN'T GONNA. I wasn't gonNA put Cardi B. in the parts. Hayek. Lawn. That's a great you would of nailed it. Probably would have good but I wanted someone who was an actress Guy I wanted to enact us in this part. So I put Rosario Dawson in this part I'll. I like it. All right. All right. We're going to give you three three on now and I'm into it I dig it. It's GonNa be a mandatory in season two. She was on a USA network show that was pretty good finish it yet she's She's she's got the clout that's GonNa work, and she can she can do something with that part may be different than what she's been doing which I appreciate to. Exactly, I mean and she's not Battle the is either so All Right Kevin Pollack. Now I've loved Kevin Pollack. Forever I loved him since I heard him do impersonations of William Shatner captain his his Christopher Walken. I mean genius. You've ever seen the aristocrats documentary about the dirtiest joke of all time. He does hold joke at Christopher Walken, it makes me laugh. It makes me laugh every time by the way great character actor who has been in a few good men almost Oscar worthy type performances here here and there I mean he is a genius the whole nine yards he is just really really brilliant. underrated. Okay. So. I cast this female in this part because I can picture her hockey somehow saying the wine said, he would he said in this movie in such deadpan way it's as it's another spoiler. But as relevant here, he's the fucker that ended up stealing the van that got the whole thing started. You remember that I put in this part. In a Kendrick. How interesting all right I like the makeup of this group I a put it in a different part. But all right, I'll allow it. Okay. We're GONNA roll with that. We'll give you four for four then. Verbal Kaiser SOS EH. This is it. This is the big one. This is Mike Trout. Kevin Spacey played this part. He was so good and he such an awful human being. It's unfortunate that I have to go back and watch all the things I like that he was in. And kind of like you know just sorta might stomach germs now but in the in the moment and he still a great actor aside from all the other stuff this was an amazing for you may not like this. But I've been in love with this woman for years. Sandra bullock. Man. So she was already in the oceans eight and I thought she was very good. She's clearly a Danny Ocean type she's clearly a leader. Obviously a great body of work over the years, a Blindside, a movie I wouldn't necessarily be a predisposition to love was so good basically because of her powerhouse performance also Oscar winning I think. I don't know I think she might and I hate to say it..

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"burns" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"burns" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"In any way goal or local recited says I don't want that in there I don't know that it happened or didn't. I just can't even put myself in in harm's way. Just released on our website, UNOM, a clip from film the Statue of Liberty from nine, hundred, eighty, five and James Baldwin's saying. The Statue of Liberty is bitter, joked to black people, meaning absolutely nothing to us, and you know I remember showing into the underwriter and then going. Like this I go, your comes a fight. And then I heard the ad guy say to them. No, it's puff. Piece doesn't add this. And I just thought okay. This is the way you know if you think it's just gonNA float away without anchored by Baldwin maybe that's true, maybe not true, but you know nobody I didn't have to have an awkward moment and I enjoyed that awkward I. Never Want To have a conversation with you. where I'm apologizing, because somebody said you should do this. Almost done here. Who's the greatest living documentary filmmaker not named Burns. Cheese at so hard I. think the thing that came to mind is my dear friend of Verna. Herzog! is so different than me. He wants to describe on a panel. He said I'm after an ecstatic truth. Mike friend can use after an emotional truth, and there's a truth to what he said I love what he does. I love his attitude about it. Love his commitment is passion is bravery. All of the things in here's a guy who's the first. Clue decades just doing feature film so ready. If you had to decide today. You attend this year's tyrod film festival given all. That's going on I. Know I. get to see their every year. Yeah, I'm not am not I can't I. DON'T WANNA turn beautiful town that I love and I gone to for three straight years thirty, one overall I premiered Huey long there than civil war I've never not gone. It's incredibly painful not to go there. But I don't want to turn tyrod into Manhattan when it was at a hot spot. Right last to WHO will win in November Joe Biden. And last question. I have answered that I hope you'll give but. Will you ever retire and if you were to retire, what would you do? Well I know I.

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"burns" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"burns" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"A one off. That could essentially conceivably at a thirty theatrical before the PBS broadcasts. Will we ever see a non documentary narrative from Ken Burns. It's all I never say never. people are always testing. May You know Jack Johnson's? The latest Gennady Jackie Robinson before that was a possibility. I love my day job so I'd have to make some room and there's very little route. If. Say Netflix came to you tomorrow and offer you an obscene amount of money to come work exclusively for them. Would you do that? No Rub seen amount of money is almost redundant uncomfortable. I I love PBS I. Mean There's some you know scenario where the back catalogue goes to some, but I'm I I WANNA release everything on P. B. I believe in what it stands for. S is the Public Broadcasting Service Not System Service in I hitch my wagon to that long ago. I'm very proud that they would have me and I I counted as one of the great blessings of my life that in part of that family. have. You ever considered either before since the pandemic making a film about the Spanish flu or the current pandemic, there was a film for The American experience at believe on the Spanish flu, a Weenie twenty twenty five thirty years out so God willing that I do have a chance to do something on on trump or do something on. The black lives matter or do something on a Corona Vars, but I'm planned out I. You know I got all the film's going through twenty thirty so. Busy. Should baseball players who used steroids be allowed into the hall of fame at what is going to be on a proportional basis said there's no asterisk next to the winners of the Nineteen nineteen world series. Lists Cincinnati red stockings. We all know what happened. The Chicago White. SOX called black socks series because gangsters over the money to do that. There's no astros. It's why storyteller It's why we did the tenth inning to comment on it, but I guess an. Way, of answering is that I can't remember how many home runs Barry. Bonds, but I'll never forget that Hank Aaron as seven hundred fifty five. What's the story that you could see? These are all over the place, but what's the story behind the Ken Burns Bulk Oh well. This one is now I'm clearly trying out for a geriatric. BG's tribute band. because. I've been without a haircut. I just had hair down for my hippy days in Ann Arbor down to my waist, and when I got out of college, I had cut to kind of the. John Paul George Ringo saying that seems at least you know not losing everything, and it's just stayed, and in fact, a care so little about it and people bring it up so much that I only really concentrating What is there is just. A triple Leo that means anything in astrology, which apparently means that my main is is a large part of it and may explain why there's there, but I take get rid of it now. I mean it's. The same barber for all these years, this gorgeous young woman cut my hair when I was whatever it was twenty one and She's long since retired at her house. It's an hour and a half away and I haven't seen her since before. The stuff, which is why you know, I'm really rocket new do now. Pushing back and Mullahs. And some alone I'm not going to trust my kids to come. Trust my dog here. Last few. You apparently became very close with President Obama during his presidency. Can we expect one day Ken Burns doc about President Obama I sure hope so yeah, no I I. I'm not sure saying. We became incredibly close There's a mutual respect, and and that of course complicates doing a Vilma by because the film has to be dispassionate and critical and You know I hope that I'll be I'll be doing that. I think I could do a good job. Is a fair to assume you are less interested in doing a trump about donald trump. No, I think he really important. One I mean I hope that we can look back and say we dodge this bullet This is the greatest threat in history of our republic his administration. It's not even as administration added Said Yeah. That's how ever GonNa see a Ken Burns. That has nothing to do with America well. We're actually one of the aid projects Saddam working on including Hemingway and. Muhammed Ali and Benjamin Franklin in the US and the Holocaust and the American Revolution in Lbj the Great Society, the history of the Buffalo is one of my daughter and son-in-law ir making on the Vici so there's your stop the presses, saying the first the first non-american topic that we've done, but I don't see that as a as a range of now. I'm they may, but I'm to parochial and provincial to leave this. Will Churchill came up at one point sure. Joey talked about it and you can get away with that. Scott goes. You know in Jewish law. His MOM is. So. He's an American actual. Sort of facetiously, but why do you hate reality TV I hate it because it's not reality, it's just not reality. You, know reality is what I'm looking at right now at my window. This beautiful slate spring in Walpole New Hampshire you don't eat bugs in front of millions of.

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"burns" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"burns" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"And blues, and country and folk and rock and classical and rap. There is no border. Nope, passports retired what who resurrects. Johnny cash's career at the end. It's rich rue, and what's he? Rick Rubin? What's he? What's He is last? Big Hit is Trent reser. Who did the soundtrack for our Vietnam there? I mean that's Johnny cashes last big yet, and you've said your mic drop. Moment is to have little. Now's a black gay man with a country song. That is the biggest head of. The biggest country single ever of all times is by a black. Gay router. That is a mic drop moment. That's you know I mean you know you can't say anymore only in America. We got too many problems to say that you know, but it's it's. It is a testament to our own myopia that look what I've said all the way through. Is that Commerce inconvenience? Suggests that we shouldn't silo these these different musical forms, and you could apply that to almost everything else that we've covered a subject matter. and. So you get know billboard country chart. Dober- news out of this journey chart, okay. But let's remember that there is everybody's listening to everybody else. If you've got an NBA station, I could guarantee the riot. The listenership is not. One hundred percent African American in the same with a country station is not Rian. Gins is saying Oh man. You didn't get in front of my grandma when he hallways on. What so! Amazing and I will say I've had the maybe I. would say I guess probably a rare opportunity to see a lot of your work in a short period of time to prep for this I've seen it before, but went back and. Poured over a lot of the I think the country music in terms of the structure, and the editing is as good as anything I mean. Will the circle be on broken up? So for example is as good as anything I've ever seen I. Agree Scott, thank you, That's a testament first date Dunkin's extraordinary script, and then the editing of that particular episode of Craig Melvin, shoes the longtime editor for us. He's that came in as an intern thousand years ago and is now one of our senior editors. It's a spectacular story and I love it. It's also the longest I was told by the head of programming at PBS I, said Look. I got I got a mole under two hours, but this one's like to twenty. She does not. GonNa Happen this time. Can Different World Not GonNa Happen my civil just at least look at it, so she were in my barn in fifty people looking and she came up and said I great issue bathroom. It's the fastest. Just like our shortest episode in Vietnam is ninety minutes at a well under ninety minutes in its the six episode about the offensive. It feels like the longest because nobody wants to be inside a Tete, and we make you live inside of tat and It's a conscious and deliberate by said. There's no way we're doing this for two hours. This is going to be one of the four ninety s out of the with the six other two hours for Vietnam. It's complicated, but it's it's. You know I'm glad you saw. That I agree that that not only can country musical tone against any of them. The whole thing is to tally. Jeff story is so riveting and so you know dance that lots of folks in Nashville were saying I? Didn't know that but I think that particularly that episode is a masterpiece following one song all the way through. And covering as much ground as does, as namely, I think again, thank you. Thank you for that course well. I hope we can wrap up with one minute of what we call rapid fire. Just one sentence of what comes to your mind as much as that's possible. I have a brief nine to answer. So. Okay, here we go. Is there such a thing as objective truth know? God knows and she's not telling. Are, you a filmmaker who focuses on history or historian who focuses on films I think we've filmmaker that focuses on history, yeah! Will we see another Ken Burns? Fat Length Doc, or is it be Docu series I think most of the films are coming out will be at least two parts, if not three and series, but I know there's could easily be.

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"burns" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"burns" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Daddy look. They won't Ken Burns. Now this is before the Internet the names where it's all one word, but it was the greatest lesson to her I was daddy to me. I was me, but there was somebody else called. Ken, Burns and She wanted to warn me that. These people were coming to see Ken Burns and screw. It was like falling in the snow slipping in. It was kind of wonderful gifts so in this town if I stood on any kind of ceremony. It's not is not what matters I've been very fortunate. The films made. Money People Watch but I'm I'm still I mean I'm still here and that's. That's the most important thing so it's. It's meant everything to be to stay here. I think the professional change may have been that was that when you started having multiple projects? Going at the same time, no agreed began earlier. The Nets guy began when I was gonNA. Do a film on the Statute of Liberty, and then the Huey long thing was suggested by professor at Lsu and is I couldn't say no, and so I was while I was doing a war. War was finishing statue at Huey, and also Congress Thomas Benton and it's been very rare. Cincinnati that I've ever had only one shot right now. They're aid sales visit. You know it's a lot of it has to do with the extraordinary people. I mean this is the other fallacy of the tour. Theory is that it then presupposes that everybody's doing. Everything in the tour is doing everything. I worked two extraordinary writers over the. Last thirty years. Plus Cases Jeff reward thirty years in the case of Dayton Dunkin Mayes son-in-law, and my David McMahon my daughter Sarah Burns are writing of films like the Central Park Five Jackie Robinson and now we're working a big multi part series for parts eight and a half hours in the homily written. They're really good at it. I do a lot of writing myself on credited, but it's just in the service of making things better. Well I get I. Guess Coming Out of civil war, though the relationship that began on that one I think that has maybe been in some ways. The the most senior collaborator would be Lynn Novick. Lynn I hire just have to we. We're about to lock it and hired her. She said well I can't start because I'm getting married and going on my That's fine and then so she came in really to watch the end of it. She and I became co producers on baseball jazz and several things in the nineties, but also we always had other producing lines as well. You know So I've worked with Paul Barnes Dunkin Sarah. Burns and now David Schmidt Sarah Sign, so there are lots of different producing things, but Lynn has been if not the oldest one one of the one of meals. So, as you came out of civil war, maybe even while you were finishing it up. You seem to have already decided that baseball was going to be next. How do you decide to go from civil war to? and. I guess we're you already a big Fan of the sport I've been a fan since the very very beginning at I, I saw it is the sequel to the civil war series. I really did I mean I thought of friend of mine at a bar. In Washington, DC suggested baseball. We were writing stuff down, Napkins and. Mike killed suggested heart a great idea and I just assumed it'd be like a two hour kind of film, and then as we got into it, we we realized this is a story about raises the story about the first real progress in civil rights after the civil warrants Jack Roosevelt Robinson the grandson of a slave making this way to first base at ebbets field on April.

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"burns" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"burns" Discussed on The Science Show

"This is the site show as we celebrate Australia Day. Once more we start with a poem. It's been there on social media from afar a passionate national rhyme from an ex Pat Ben Lawson talking about the lend. He loves the place on from far away. She's wide and flattened Brown. She writes me up and told me almost everything on account leaving love and shake the way to grow and now I had no sign where my folks folks chose to reside. I always sort of had a sense of patriotic pride. I'd always feel connected from a spice somewhere within. See that's the thing about the spice which gets under your skin. So when the time and coma after two decades and a half to go and see the world she didn't scarf she didn't laugh she understood. I had so much I needed to explore scorn and that I would return for. She had seen my time before a NASA ventured out and joined an ignominious posse. Dream is living far from home. Expatriated Ozzy's the streets of Brooklyn. London's I an Indonesian sizzler. Cafes in Paris clubs in Rome or every shop walk in whistler year voices far and wide like members of the club fanning out across the world quite often pup. We smile when People Mimic Else Court Crocodile Down Day to them. We sound absurd. I guess we do to a degree they talk about snacks shocks zip. It's something I I could live down there I recite. It's fun by US somehow. The months turning to several trips around the sun yet that's hard to the model and Strom is on day one MM regardless star. How far away happened to a wanted? Always check to see who won the hottest to the hundred some fun pub to watch the grinding on the telly and and four days before Christmas. So we'll always play pool Kelly. It really doesn't matter just far wider run. Boy Moses Rodriguez not your home. Time went across another traveling alone will not inside and then share knowing smile. See we know it matters really not that much at all if anyone and take the ashes. pipes small absolutely won't get quite as many medals as the anks. At Wimbledon. We might not have itself ten in the ranks because we still got the greatest this gift. I wonder all its own paradise of sand and Sun we get to call at home. Think about are often in. That feeling comes along that warm familiar prior to tells me she's where I belong and crowded house comes on in some strange far-flung foreign by my honest thing for a moment man. Sometimes I do feel far. The purpose of this versus that was not to hear Muse. It's what I saw this morning when I opened up the news my first off for second in my throat became too taught her name was in the headlines. She didn't look I had to sit. Couldn't quite believe my own to us. She looked unrecognisable. I'd never seen this 'cause I saw the place I grew up in. That's not what I remember. Bushfires never started up so early as September. It's much too much to fathom that you homeland has succumbed to such Hara and they say the worst is yet to come upstairs. They evacuate and watches watches. Children Chuck and usual and denied is now coughing on ass mark. I'm looking at a mile of fencing lawn with black shops Koalas possums kangaroos bruce. No chance of skype Safaa. We've learned about three times. The land is the Brazilians and as for all those animals rubbed a half a billion. I'd that'd be afraid that. Tell me a little Ozzie. Co stuff is worth a fortune. It's Kabanov black gold grinding environmental sense just think of the economy. I'd focus on on science. Now's not the time to talk about our planet getting hotter or fire Susan's lengthening. Oh folks who don't have water. It's sad we've lost some good people firyal three dod knowing we've a healthy GDP. I must've that all those e prod to my disbelief discovered only anger overwhelming grief. We say we love our country but that leaves a bitter taste our apathy climate change. You've made us feel disgraced. We're so concerned with digging up that black stuff from the ground myself. I'd rather half a billion animals around but then I see those photos of duck figures in the FRY. The tiny silhouette struggling to keep the flames at bay. I read about the volunteers have stepped up to the tragedy and spend Christmas in the blaze instead of with the family a rating or battlefields firefighting crews could give up at any time. They want but they refuse men and women out there in the midst of devastation upon the yellow jackets pin the prayers of a nation. I watch his ordinaries rose to the occasion feeding precious animals half dead from dehydration the sending in their clothes and food to those who've lost it all kids are even rising cash with cupcakes and stole and suddenly I get the hang of something dig inside. The one that starts to any my gotten rises was like time. The same one that runs through putting fire in my veins now-closed deep within and so much broader than those flames. And now I'm far away from her right now. She's aisling have never been so proud. Calm US Australian Australian any anything you can. Yes a poem from Ben Lawson for Australia. Day a big guy somewhere crying his country..

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"burns" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"burns" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"And so two with country we stop for all intents and purposes in the mid to late nineties with the height of Garth Brooks popularity in the death of go monroe the father of Bluegrass then in the last chapter follow the last area productive very creative use of Johnny cash who marries into the Carter family who begin our film mm-hmm so any dies in two thousand and three but we're not gonNA fight the dixie chicks toby Keith or decide who's better Kenny Chesney or Blake Shelton or whether Taylor swift we have really is country our country. I mean this stuff has been going on in the previous eight. Episodes and history doesn't repeat itself but it rhymes. There's rhymes names of all the contemporary stuff in all the episodes I mean the number one example is that everybody wants us to comment on little nauseous and Old Town road and every episode details the African American contribution to country music so it's unknown country music doesn't pedal out of time advertising it but it's true and it's is there and is in every episode of hours so for US Little Nasdaq's black gay rapper having the number one country song of all time is for us and mic drop. We've I've been telling you this since episode one the Banjos from Africa when you're asking people to remember events when they were in their eighty now we're kind of interview techniques. Do you feel like really like unlocked the greatest memories and the things things that were the hardest to extract from people. You know when you're doing something like country music. It's less critical because the emotional stuff the stuff if that hurts them are often the way in which a song reminded them of their own struggles or it's the sadness at the death of somebody. They admired tired when your subject is war. It's a lot more difficult because human beings aren't supposed to see what people see in war is not fund to have your best friend brains splattered all over your jacket. It is completely understandable if you come back and you for Safety Lakhpat Pat away into the tightest compartment and you don't want to open it up and we feel so grateful to those who are willing to open it up. We also know that the people who who are unable to hide it away ab struggle is whoa was called. Shell shock and World War One and combat dig in World War Two and the soldier's heart in the civil war and divine madness back during the Greeks same thing people when postal and killed each other in the marketplace or themselves or their wives or drank rank themselves to death and what we now call. PTSD you know the best review of ever had my life was we heard about a soldier who had been Vietnam Vet who'd been in and out of va hospitals for all fifty years since the war and had watched last winter the Vietnam War series five five times. That's eighteen hours time five as told somebody to tell me that he said. I think I'm okay. Now I mean I don't know of a better view. It could have and I think I'm okay now makes me wanNA cry Right now. As it just means that somehow the way we presented it gave him the kind of safe harbor. My father felt out of a life that had dealt a pretty rough hand and had illness and death in it his own psychological issues and if movie in this case odd men out by Sir Carol Reed starring James Mason about the Irish troubles could give him the opportunity to cry. It's is there anything you still want to do that. You feel like you haven't been able to is there a story. That's frustrated you that you think all circle back on my last swing or well. I've been very lucky. I haven't had to abandon a project but I've been itching for three decades to do something on Martin. Luther King were actually now in the process of collecting dozens and dozens of interviews people who knew him so that when we are able to make that film that we haven't lost Harry Belafonte is in the Andrew Young's and the John Lewis and and to some extent more importantly the woman who drove king in Montgomery or the man who was a teenage kind of gopher an intern and during the Albany Movement in Georgia in the early nineteen sixties late fifty s but I'm sixty six years old. I'm a GRANDPA many times over. I have a kind of greater urgency. I know that if I were given a thousand dozen years which I will not begin I would never run out of topics in American history and so that greed hires talking about. Is there just WANNA I do more. It's hard to say no. I just I just want to say yes to every idea that comes in that isn't an idea and head but something to hit you in the harder the gut and the way country music didn't and you got to do it and here. I am eight and a half years later going well. What was that is going to get the number of that truck. Thank you you so much for the interview thank you that was a long foreign podcast thanks to Ken Burns and everyone from his team that help make that possible thanks to my co host Max Linski and Evan ratliff. Thank you to our editor. John Pifer thank you to our new intern intern Marina CLEMENTI. Thank you to the amazing people at mail chimp and hit raiders to how the show possible also sponsors like vistaprint just a print. They're all dear to our heart and we thank them. He liked to get in touch podcast at long form dot org. We loved the email. We love to hear from you. Thank you for listening and we'll see you next week..

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"burns" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

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12:20 min | 1 year ago

"burns" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"I can't stop loving you and the number. One hit of the summer of nineteen sixty two was ray charles singing at vince gill said head to us at that point in the film. He said he did more for country music than we did for him and he reminded us of how soulful our film is and if you take just want to back up and focus a little bit <hes> for second country music very briefly is that if you took all the people that might appear on mount rushmore of the early <hes> country music greats tapie carter of the carter family african american mentor lesley riddle. They traveled appalachia and a._p. Could remember the lyrics and lesley riddle could remember the memory and they bring him back to sarah may bail and they became the carter family. Jimmy rogers the saturday night to their sunday. Morning was influenced by african african-american. <hes> <hes> teachers all the way through bill monroe had <hes> arnold scholz had an african american mentor hank williams had rufus t he taught pain and gus cannon <hes> was the tutor of johnny cash so if you were just taking the first few decades of country music since the late twenties when jimmie rodgers and the carter family and were recorded. Everybody had an african american mentor so when we say this is a lily white music. It's not it's informed. Entirely just as jazz has is just as the blues is obviously rhythm loses as rock is infused with the american experience of music which is a friction a rub. Has we call our. I episode between black and white in the american south. You know the punchline is the fiddle comes from europe and the british isles the banjo comes from africa and is brought by slaves so the two central elements of the early country bands are fill in the banjo the rub the combination of cultures and when you say american music. You're not talking about homogeneous. <hes> you know rumanian folk dances. You're talking about a mix a mongrel of all these different things and it's always been that way and then country music set off just <hes> numerously tried to gobble up everything else and what you what you grapple with and what some of your interview subjects grappled with throughout the eight part series is what is country music and what isn't music and this is a never ending debate <hes> because people insist on label s right <hes> for business purposes yep just for just for report oriel purpose and i said before a uh-huh commerce inconvenience can really unintended lee segregate things and say well this isn't this isn't but it's not it's all with artists as a you know there's a brenda lee says well i i was rockabilly and then i was country and then i was folk and then i was rock and i just thought i was singing a song that i like to sing and it reminded me of something we heard louis louis armstrong had said when we were working on our jazz series at the end of the nineties he said there ain't but two kinds of music in this world good and bad music and good music you tap your foot to so if you like little nasdaq's then it's good right period full stop and by the way starting starting from the beginning at those three minute country songs are arias. Let their operatic thing. Opera is about a simple and basic of staff in what is you know. Harlan howard called country music three chords and the truth. It's not doesn't have the sophistication and the elegance of classical music and some forms jazz but the truth part is dealing with elemental human emotions the joy of birth the sorrow at death a broken heart losing love falling in love of anger jealousy being lonely seeking redemption from your your maker all of these things and what happens because we can't deal with the two four letter words. It's mostly about love and loss. Is we disguise it with you know part of what is an important sub-genre country music but we say oh no it's about good old boys boys and pickup trucks and hound dogs and six beer because it's really hard sometimes to sit in front of you know the lyric of hank. Williams called the hillbilly leash shakespeare. You hear that lonesome whip a- will he sounds too blue to fly. The midnight. Train is wine and low. I'm so lonesome i could cry the silence of a falling star lights up the purple sky and as i wonder where you are i'm so lonesome i could cry. I grew up listening to that song. Everybody heard that song of certain as an and but i never really absorb those lyrics and recognize them for what they are which is poetry poetry and beautiful haunting haunting poetry and that's part of what makes covers so fascinating right and that's why it's it's exciting. When i was growing up there was a whole series of punk goes blank punk goes pop punk goes rock punk goes acoustic and it was really interesting because hearing hearing a punk band cover hearing a punk band do kelly clarkson cover. It's like sometimes all you have to do is change it just that much and people suddenly listen to see an in a different light. The fact that johnny cash nine inch nails song hurt hurt that was one of his one of those beautiful things you've had breakings are breaking that song when he sings it you just and if i said he did. That's trent redner. That's nine inch nails. Sorry that's what yeah that's the guy who won again. When i was a kid. He was one of the ultimate yeah no no. I don't remember i'm sure sure i must have been exposed to this at some moment in my life but i did not remember do not remember seeing that photo from obviously television broadcast rest of johnny cash and louis armstrong playing together so in our first episode i episode <hes> jimmy rogers. The first grade super perserve country music has a song called blue yodel number nine standing on the corner no booze kind of blues song and he plays it with louis armstrong who's just been coming yeah and then when johnny cash has his late sixties early seventies national television show. He's bringing everybody on. He's bringing odeta. He's bringing james taylor. He's doing gospel song to the terror of the network in every show and he brings on louis armstrong and they do blue yodel number nine in our film and you just go the circle. Michael is unbroken. Yeah the circle is broken and what i think is there's a moment when charlie parker the founder of bebop this elaborate complicated thing not not not too dissimilar to what bill monroe did string music and making a whole new sub-genre call biba iming called cobb bluegrass. You got this bebop pioneer. He's on fifty second second street in the late forties and between sets he's feeding the jukebox we learned from nat hand off the great jazz critic in our jesse's and all the cats are turnaround. Hey why are you playing thing country songs. You know hank williams. I'm so lonesome i could try and birds listen to the stories and that's that that is in the end. The stories are how we edit human experience and project beyond ourselves and even beyond our lives in the case of people who have created the art of the invisible music or even anything else <hes> in the realm and we all seek the kind of feeling feeling of temporary immortality by the things that we've done extending beyond the borders of our our lives. That's a very satisfying very humid. I mean none of us are getting out of this alive and it's it could be reasonably presume that we could all be in a fetal position sucking her thumb at at that thing but we don't we raise children. We tend gardens. We make films we right. I'm so lonesome. I could cry and somehow charley. Pride says the opening of f._m. This country song you know that make you cry but it might make you feel you know good for doing it. That's what i believe in and i sort of think our eighth episode is free psychiatry tree. If you want a real cleanse get a box of kleenex put on episode eight and then just don't tell me that if the beginning of dwight and <hes> <hes> buck owens singing the streets of bakersfield into whitten talking about what it all means to come together and all these things into where have you been a story that written by john invesment sung by his wife kathy matteo into a vince gill go rest high on that mountain into the last as of johnny cash and i still miss someone. The second verse is so simple. I go out on a party to have a little fun but i find a darkened corner because i still miss someone one. I mean this is a haiku. This is like a spare as it could possibly be and i mean i. I'm a basket case. I i've seen this one hundred times. You know we as roseanne to sing it. At a concert film we did of kind of land yeah or d'oeuvres to the series where showed little clips. I was the host at the reimann and we had fourteen fifteen of the stars in the film singing kind of the history of country music various artists and roseanne saying i still miss someone and a where sobbing seven incredible for you to be at ryan do that well. You know it was great is at p._b._s. Was there with nine. Cameras are series is broadcast begins to be broadcast august episode. One is sunday september fifteenth but the previous sunday the eighth. They're running that concert and i everybody i've seen just bumped into around the country entry. Who was there we we did on march. Twenty seven said douse the best concert i've ever been to and when we're backstage while it was happening. All the artists go. We never do this. Why don't we do this. Why don't we have these reunions all the time. Why aren't we sitting in collecting the threads of our history and singing. I'm never had more fun than i had done and boy. He didn't do very well in the rehearsal but what he just knocked down apartment just now in the little red light came on and just it was this loving it was like thanksgiving in the kitchen backstage of the raymond was like being in the kitchen at thanksgiving p._s. Ah which leads to the word family yeah and it's mentioned many times in the film of many people and <hes> sometimes it's used a glibly loosely by people to describe a group of folks who get together create something <hes> but sometimes it's more like gypsy families pack for tents getting caravans and they move on but this is an enduring family is indeed with <hes> <hes> with many many threads and <hes> it's a metaphor but <hes> there there really is a family feeling doing yeah and and a and a through line component that they provide and my wife and i were watching we watched that last last episode just last night and <hes> we're clutching our hearts as we're watching it and and i can't i don't think there is another brand or john of music that engenders that specific feeling or shares it goes out of its way to share it directly rex lee with its fan. That's exactly right so there's little families like the carter. Cash family in the williams family and we've got hank as a subject. He's been dead since he was twenty nine. On january first fifty-three we've got a son aint junior and his daughter granddaughter <hes> holly and we've got lots of caches and carter's hanging around the film and then there's the family of the country music musicians who like gypsies as you say travel you know they may be at the operate saturday night not paid so well and then they travel around onto better paying gigs and time to get back to the next saturday night but then the extended family and this is the whole point of my work are the fans of the country music and there's no communication communication <hes> except among equals in the world. If i put you above me are puts you below me. I've ended the possibility of their being a connection and the great thing about country music stars and their fans as they understand that in fact our last episode is called. Don't get above your raisin which means old southern say oh don't get too big for your britches. Don't forget where you came from and.

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"burns" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

12:53 min | 1 year ago

"burns" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Party party reached out to a foreign power during the time of the national election to affect that election you would say i just made this ten part eighteen hours series on what had happened the last <hes> year and i said but all of those things were true when i began work on the vietnam project at the end of twenty wendy oh six and they were still true when we finished editorially locked the picture in december of twenty fifteen one month before the iowa caucus. It's amazing is truly amazing and i could do that leonard jesse with every film that i've made just say let me let me disguise it and and present it to you as a set of of this moment things and then tell you what the film is any film now so we all know your wonderful storyteller and a masterful filming and but you're you're also a good businessman <hes> and <hes> that's not a pejorative stale. Thank you it. It's a it's a statement of fact act because just before we turned on our recording equipment here you're saying you're working on seven films rise now. How do you work on seven films well. That's because as you have a game plan shorts out of sorts of the game ten year plan yeah yeah and <hes> because that's the only way you could possibly do all the work that is required as you say seamlessly record. I mean effortlessly in the end result to the viewer lot of effort goes in none of it shows and that's the point of any work of art <hes> but how did you acquire the sense that this was the way to go. Well well first of all. Let's put an asterisk next to businessmen because i've spent my entire professional life in public television. I've never saw investors your lousy business <music> i exactly underwriters right and so that's been a difficult task because if i would just shifted over to premium cable or now a streaming service i'd have an unlimited emited supply of money but there'd be a suit somewhere or turtleneck somewhere that would be deciding everything and that doesn't happen in public broadcasting and that's a really good thing and i'm able to do the work and in fact each film is the directors cut and if you don't like another way of putting this if you don't like a particular film. It's all my default so what i've done is i've lived in rural new hampshire since i moved up there with an uncut brooklyn bridge and stayed there because the amount the labor intensive nature of what we do and the expense of that of that means that we want to give bang for the buck. We don't need a big overhead. That new york would where l. a. would necessitate. We just want to focus on the work. We're doing we've created a wonderful community of people and i have four different producing groups so for examine dayton dayton duncan and julie dunphy. We've just spent eight years on country music but they're eight years on it. Solid i've been moving to lynn novick and sarah bought sign on the vietnam more i've been moving to sarah burns and david mcmahon for jackie robinson and before that the central park five and before a country music it was the dust bowl and before the vietnam it was prohibition so all of that and and another <hes> the roosevelt's was a producing team led by my principal editor <hes> paul barnes and we had done other things things before that on jack johnson elizabeth cady stanton so if you've got them all going. I don't if if if a producer is uncomfortable with the interview process i'll do all of them. If have a producer is good at it and wants to do it. I'll let them do you know. Ninety percent of them are thirty percent. I did thirty percent of country music and the seventy percent dayton and juliana dan. I'm perfectly happy but i don't miss screening and i don't miss an editing session and i make the final decisions about that and then i'm part of his evangelical road trip promoting the film so their mind and their economies to scale to different things so a lot of it is raising money. These are all zero sum games. There's no we're not permitted by. The government sources the government money to work in <hes> contingencies <hes> or profit margin. I've got paid a salary as an executive producer slash director actor and if the money runs out its comes outta my thing unless i'm able to raise more money and we get it from a corporate underwriter bank of america we get it from large foundations sion's like the pew charitable trust and the arthur vining davis foundations <hes> we get it from government. Granting agencies like the corporation for public broadcasting the national endowment for the arts. It's and we started an organization. Organization was started called the better angels society named after lincoln's first inaugural address aware we find individuals of wealth and small off private family foundation and those are the four legs of the stool. I spent a lot of time out there collecting that money and reinventing the wheel each time but were then allowed. What do you know if somebody's wide you h._b._o. They give you thirty million dollars in a second to vietnam and i said yeah but they wouldn't give me ten years to do it and that's what we needed to do it right or they. They wouldn't give me eight years on country music. They say okay. Here's your money. We get it with the rights and all the stuff and that's why it's so expensive and you got seven beatles songs in vietnam and seven bob dylan. We get got it. We got it but we need it in two and a half years and i i can't tie my shoe half years. I'm gonna go back because you said a name that is important sarah yeah <hes>. Do you remember what year you to met well. I know that you're thirty three years old and i remember the we we just put a short version of this <hes>. Our family knows cannon his family because we all attend the telluride film festival every year every year. I'll the labor day weekend in the glorious rocky mountains and that's how we met and that's how we continue can you to have an annual reunion. Yes and what i can date specifically is that you jesse your it is and your daughter daughter lily and <hes> candice bergen and louis miles daughter chloe right all were ten years old right when you sold lemonade <hes> behalf of the festival not for your own a prophet so for their all ten year olds and <hes> lilley was born in eighty six. I was just so so oh that would have been <hes> you know either. The eighty-seven probably i mean ninety seven <hes> that we're doing that. We i came in eighty five for the first time with huey long long. I came five years later in nineteen ninety and i have never not come this will be my thirty fifth straight year and i always see them walton's there and <hes> it's always as you you say it feels like a a huge family. Reunion people who love film full stop period wherever it comes from doesn't have to be hollywood it can be from iran or nigeria goria or china or wherever it is. We're interested in in good filmmaking. It can be from the past silent film animated film. It can be a documentary <hes> a dramatic film. It doesn't matter and and it is the best festival in the world because it's curated and you don't know what they're serving. As i going to a restaurant you just no the cook is good and you'll eat whatever they'll they'll bring you and so unlike any other festival on earth is this it's hard to get to. It's a supreme act of faith you arrive arrive and when the festival starts friday morning it's maybe the night before you have an inkling of what they're gonna show and there's something incredibly liberating about the of the spirit sure it <hes> of going into one of the most beautiful spots in all of america and the tension of saying you look up at the mountains over going into a dark room to do the great sacred the act of cinema which is a communion in the dark with strangers and and drink up art and that's where we found our love for each other is because we realize as we belong to that same family that just loves that indeed we do but jesse's now talking about through that continuity of years. This is is what's. I don't know that i've ever really talked film with you. In my lifetime i know could we talk family and we thought how are your girls and how are you doing and all all of that and so this is. It's actually kind of funny. I don't think i've ever really spoken to you in any kind of depth for sure about films normally we're all just hugging and enjoying each other's company so one of my four daughters my mazing just hang on a second i will tell you growing up with his girls was one of the most depressing being part of me because they never went through awkward. Stages were always beautiful so smart and just always very driven very driven event. They're g- they're great in my my oldest one's great els have turned out well and made me. Just you know a joyous grandma but one of the interesting thing is that my oldest sarah <hes> graduated from yale and i thought she was going to go to law school and instead she wanted to write a book about the subject of her senior thesis which had been focused focused on the five boys than boys black and hispanic who are falsely accused in the central park jogger case and no one had ever asked a question of them who are are you who what do you like and so she did and earned the trust of at least three of them and she said i want to write a book and i said that's great sweetie so i was her editor in the first few pages. I'm marking it up with lots of emanations. If lillie who was i think at that time a better writer had had said you know if i had mark page. We'd have a big huge fight but sir looked at it and said thanks dad by page four. She was beginning to find our voice but by page four. I said this is a film and <hes> i turned to my son in law her soon to be husband and said we need to make a film the three of us which we did. Which is you know been responsible support for bill de blasio the current mayor of new york of settling the lawsuit and giving the central park five <hes> some modest <hes> recompense pence for the lost years of the course that the coerced confessions <hes> gave to them the immediately said as soon as anderson what happened we didn't do it and what's is problematic about that is once you're convicted and sentenced when you arrive at parole and if you're still saying you didn't do it which they maintained to the end could if they'd said yeah we did it. We feel bad about it. They would have gotten out a lot but they refuse to and it was only the actual rapist who came forward as he was leaving and said look. I'm the guy who did it. You know and <hes> it's an amazing mazing story and then i think she got the bug and so we've segue into to <hes> jackie robinson who are now working on one mohammed ali and they've done one on their own the executive the producer on a public housing focusing on a particularly gruesome place in atlanta. That's been transformed into a wonderful place and all of the problems holmes attended in the history of that and they're going on to do other things with us together and that's one of the producing lines really nice day to work and we never had a fight. He's so funny. We'd have the dynamic where sometimes it would be the people with filmmaking experience dave in me who'd like gang up on but say no sarah or sometimes it would be the two young some people more often than not going dad you know like that and you go okay or or sometimes it might be daughter in and father who who had something and say no dave and and it just it was this loving and it's true and all that new i have this rule. There's no yelling you know. This is not brain surgery. He i guess i guess in brain brain surgery you cannot yell at somebody gives doesn't give you the right thing but it's not brain surgery and if you treat people that way you might be able to perform open heart surgery that is to say tolstoy said that art is the transfer of emotion from one person to the other and that's what we look for in our film in fact vince gill in our last episode said at the end of of the day all i've ever wanted out of music is to be moved and that he was speaking for me. I thought all i've ever wanted as filmmakers to move somebody and i i moved myself by the story and what's a country song but a three minute story <hes> just like rap. Just like rap will look at little nasdaq's. There's a whole big sur and cry and every reporter wants to interviews about the dynamics and the dialectic and the binary thing of isn't it bad bill barn wooden list him in this. I said it doesn't matter. It's the number one song nobody ever get. Everybody's you know when when when when ray charles you've had a chance in his distinguished career to make an album on his own terms nine hundred sixty two you know what he put out modern sounds in country and western music ed hank williams song. He took don gibson song..

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Maltin On Movies

11:32 min | 1 year ago

"burns" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Sir. Carol reed read after my mom died <hes> where i'd never seen him cry. That film was what i wanted to do at age twelve because i could see that if it gave my dad the safe if emotional haven to express himself in a way he hadn't when she was sick or when she died at the funeral i wanted to be in that business and that meant because of the tutorial he was giving me that i was going to be john ford howard hawks alfred hitchcock whatever it was and that i would become a feature filmmaker when i went to hampshire college college and people were trying to talk to me about the power of what is and what was in photography i took cinematic interest in how you might animate an old photograph graf and so i brought with me the undrained feature filmmaker that i was seeing that i was abandoning idea that a still photograph was not something to hold it arm's length until you got to some footage and better yet you had somebody explaining but it was <hes> a facsimile of reality so that picture those those those <hes> that was arrested moment of something was real so i realized i was again john ford. I had a master shot that also meant that had a long shot. I had a medium shot eddie close up. I hit a tilt at a pan. I had to reveal an insert detail and so you tell a story i mean if you're tilting along a body lying horizontally and you pass by by some six guns on face and come up to a dead confederate soldier at devil's den in gettysburg. That's a whole story in and of itself or you're looking at a <hes> a picture of a a young young boy <hes> and you're just wondering who this innocent thing as you go down and he's got to six guns stuffed into his waistband. You are telling a great story so my idea was that these still photographs lacking motion actually can be given motion and emotion <hes> with a kinesthetic aesthetic exercise of moving camera around and so that's what i've been doing to try to wake the dead and it's also saying there's an oral dimension to this that is to say are those troops tramping. Are those cannon firing back. Bat cracking is the crowd cheering are the ice cubes in the glass on the bar at the jazz club kling kling around so you're listening at the same time you're looking and imagining a world inside still photograph and if you do that then you're extending ending to your audience what all of movies are about which is the suspension of belief and you make it real. I mean i remember my first film called brooklyn bridge bridge. I had a i had a premiere at the brooklyn museum. I had to come with an open up. The folding chairs run the kodak pageant camera on a av cart in its casing the speaker was built in and had speaker wire down to the tripod. <hes> you know <hes> screen that you heard your father swear for the first time trying to get open and then afterwards they the the woman i thought insult me by saying. Would you like to go up and answer questions. I'm thinking what the nerve of this woman. I worked for five years in the film and she wants me to go up and answer questions. I just made this film so i can okay and then discovered instantaneously. I love it but the second question is little old lady in the audience she says where did you get those motion. Pictures of the building of the brooklyn bridge is it ma'am it was built between eighteen sixty nine and eighteen eighty three before the advent of motion pictures. Maybe you mean the paper clint collection from the library of congress. Thomas edited edison mounted camera on the front of the trains that used to go back and forth real trains not not subways but real trains back and forth between termini in brooklyn and manhattan. She goes no no no. I'm talking about the scouse those boats barges that brought the granite and they were lifted up by the by the men and all of that stuff and i said ma'am those are still photographs and she goes no they weren't in that moment. I went you've won shut up and so i just went to the next question because that's what we wanted to do. We wanted to animate and suspend the the the belief that this was a still photograph. We had the sound of the goals we had the distant wetted down shots of construction workers yelling and screaming. We had hammers hammers in the distance. We had the toy <hes> taught sound of all hoist pulling up hemp rope. You know we had the sound of a of a primitive air compressor that is trying to push the air out of the caissons where they were undermining the river all of that for her meant that she was looking at a motion picture and that's my first film and i went okay this works and your first conquest the first conquest yes and then and the and the first answer to a question <hes> so the film tom i think was broadcast in the spring may twenty four th which is the birthday of the opening of the brooklyn bridge in eighty two which would have been the ninety ninth birthday of the brooklyn bridge in of course the next here was the big hundred year celebration. Everybody thought you're so prescient and i said he started this thing. In seventy five. I looked twelve twelve years old. I go in to try to get a a thousand bucks from somebody and they said this child is trying to sell me the brooklyn bridge. No slam the door and i used to keep to binders. I swear to do binders each of them. You know three three or four inches thick of all the rejections for that one. He just found a folder of rejection letters that he kept yes from the saturday evening post. That's a keepsake well. You're still around and they aren't yeah that is wild. You know it was into what what's what's happened is over the time it's been you know mimicked which is wonderful. Steve jobs called me in in two thousand and two in next month january two thousand three every mac computers computer's going to have this ability to pan and zoom between your photographs. You can add music and i said oh that's cool. I'm not i'm kind of a <hes> a luddite and he said and and we'd like to to use the the working title. I said what's that and he goes. Ken burns effect. I said i don't do commercial endorsements ngos. What so we go back into his office. We talk for a long time and developed a friendship that lasted did for the rest of his life but i just don't feel comfortable <hes> with that but if you were at the end of the day i think with some prompting from him he ended up giving us several hundred thousand dollars or apple did over the next several years several hundred thousand dollars of hardware and software which a couple fell off the truck for our office but all the rest went went to <hes> <hes> nonprofits schools that could use a final cut pro couldn't afford it <hes> other people nonprofits that could use computer equipment the hardware and and i i it's it's given me some plausible deniability and it's really fun when people come up and say you saved my bar mitzvah dr european vacation you know when my mom's uh-huh memorial services happened. I screamed. I'm learning how to do very basic editing for us and my husband and i are sitting there and my best friend was showing me different things and she hits a button this is this is an eye movie. Ken ken burns effect and i do the dog that why what what happened. I'd never seen it before. A lot of people come up to me isn't been since january two thousand three but people come up to me see you're. The guy had no idea about documentaries. One poor little oh kitten kansas city came up to me once and he looked at me and he said he said you did lois and clark and did lewis and clark and the the drop in his face could been more than six years old. He thought he was dealing with the guy who made his favorite. You know remember remember when lewis and clark was on. I was told when i was a kid that an educated person is someone who knows everything about something and something about everything and by that standard you're the most educated guy i've ever met but you also have on top the curiosity yes and beyond that a gift and the gift of storytelling and <hes> do you know where that came from. I mean well. I had a good pedigree talked about. We'll tell about you know. After the fact when we finish a film we can talk about the sociology and the history and all that sort of stuff but the word history is mostly made up of the word story plus high a welcoming and but we're storytellers we just wanted to his master complex and you know something like country entry music or something like the vietnam war or the roosevelt is sort of a complex <hes> russian novel of multigenerational story of primary and secondary and tertiary characters that that you know we labor literally for years in the editing room to sort of make these complicated and seemingly seamless stories so we're very much interested in stories. I don't know leonard. I had an instant where i had a crisis in the early nineties and my late father in law was a a psychologist and i said i seem to be keeping my mother alive and he said what do you mean and i knew he already knew the answer to whatever it was and i said well she died on april twenty eighth and that that ever since i was a boy that date has approached but i've never been present for it and it's receded and i've been aware that i missed it and he goes. I bet you blew out your birthday candles wishing. She come back alive every birthday and i said yeah. How'd you know she goes. He goes into adulthood and i go yeah out. He known them now now. Flushing with embarrassment he says look what you do for a living you wake the dead. He made abraham lincoln jackie robinson. Come alive. Who do you think you're really trying to wake up and then it and then all of a sudden you realize there was this it sounds dime stores psychology but was coming from a reputable shrink. You know there is this <music> underlying sense that the past is not passed <hes> but present is faulkner suggested that we are too hung up on the idea of history repeating itself it never has or that were condemned to repeat what we don't remember doesn't work that way. What's really clear is that ecclesiastical asti the old testament says what has been will be again what has been done will be done again. There's nothing new under the sun which suggests that human nature never changes unfortunately and that human nature stat that human nature filled with greed and generosity and puritanism sometimes within the same person not between groups superimposes itself over the relative chaos of human events and you can perceive patterns and themes and motifs mark twain is supposed to have said history doesn't repeat itself but it rhymes and i haven't done a project ever where i haven't finished it attending. I promise you entirely to the story and the mastery of the story in that moment and then lifted my head up and realize oh my god. It's talking about today too so when the when the vietnam war series came out in the summer or of two thousand seventeen <hes> you know where we'd been you know what had happened in january of seventeen in terms of the inauguration of a new administration. I said what if i told you that i had been working for ten and a half years about mass demonstrations taking place all across the country against the current administration about a white house in disarray obsessed i with leaks about a president certain the presses making up stories about him lying about a symmetrical warfare that confounds the mighty mite of the u._s. Military about huge huge big document drops of stolen classified material into the public sphere that destabilizes the political equation and accusations that a political party.

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"burns" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"burns" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"You'll never be Arlene. That's the way it is. Kiss the frigate rain. From legend. I don't even know how you go from legend too. I'm in and I'm afraid of how it's going to go down. Hi, Lou. I'm in. How are you. Birds Peter burns Peter burns, there ain't no way to go from that blow heart to myself because blowhard is this only is the move or he's a Johnny come lately only when Nick Sabin shows up in Tuscaloosa. Does that blue heart even show his face? And there's a lot of them Bammer Johnny-come-latelies, hell, Harvey out Carvey Updike, Johnny, come lately. Kate. Take the pressure. Listen, ladies and gentlemen. I don't care who is to this program. I don't care what fan base you come from. This is inner taint in his soon containment is over your head and it scares you. You book spending these Jewish too, then I'm sure Walt Disney's got some Mickey Mouse and Daffy duck. You know, he would like for you to stay in the family with. But this sports entertainment and it's fine send this is smack talk at his find any. If you're going to come on here, quote stats, you got to remember if you will pay attention, Nick Sabin, forefeited the university of Alabama forfeited everything that first year. 'cause they were cheating at some point in time, the incident gunmen it's a jaded phantom, all. What you did on the field is that is that fact speed speed speed burns. I'm in. What I do know is that there's never a dull moment on this show and I leave it at that. You're listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Trevor manage knows a lot more football than I ever will. That's why ask you smart man, all the questions. Everyone pressure on me or anything. Listen, you. You always live up to hide this. Why build you up? Trevor when you see the Kelly Bryant situation and he decides I'm transferring after four games. What? How much that shock you Peter? I, it shocked me if if I'm a player in that locker, I'm not speaking for them, but for myself, if I'm locker room, I'm looking killer Kelly. Bryant thinking that he betrayed us. He doesn't have to transfer. Now if he wants to go to a new team next year, he could stay as a shirt and be available practice with the team help mentor. Trevor Lawrence, but more importantly, be their case. Something happens to Lawrence and he has to step back in as the starter as it is. There is no backup now that has any experience at all. And so if something does happen to Trevor Lawrence, their playoff chances go way way down. And over the first four weeks of the season, he is absorbed practice reps. He's absorbed coaching. He's absorbed the whole developmental process that would have gone to chase Bryce. The guy is thirteen was now the backup. So leaving at the end of September, as opposed to when you really would have left, which is at the end of the summer, really put the team in a very difficult situation in truth of it is I think that if I'm a player in that locker room, I would have much preferred that he stuck around his red shirt and then transferred out rather than leave us in a position where we're one play away from having no quarterback at all. In fact, Trevor I, it's, you have Daboh even confirming saying he would come to an agreement with Kelly Bryant to say, hey, if that's fine. Why don't you stay on the team? I want you to be a leader in he Kelly, Brian decided not to do that. Even though he said, hey, listen, you can even stay on this roster, and I promise not to play you unless I absolutely have to Kelly. Bryant decided not to. I understand it. I think it's a tough situation for the young man because he's not guaranteed another step at least now with the red shirt rule, he can't play somewhere. The question is, where does he play my my question back to Clemson because SEC fans wanna know about this team. It looks like they have a really easy path to the college football playoff because how weak the ACC is. So Trevor, what does this do actually to a locker room? I mean, you've been in his locker before. Would this really changed the makeup of team who emit you have to rally more because you know that you are just one play away from having? No quarterback..

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"burns" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"burns" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"So this this actually works again with that robot Simmons character because you were telling me that he didn't want to do the voice of a robot. Oh yes. They wanted Richard Simmons to do that voice. And then he was on board until he found out it was a robot and he said, I don't wanna play a robot. I wanna play a man. So. Boy, real. It's weird how often he repeats that in pop culture. So it's pretty heartbreaking because bar has just seen his whole family so that they don't miss him at all. And he is kind of not smart enough that he would believe that that family perfect setup that we know that burns has security cameras in every home in Springfield. So it's like it. It's such a long walk for this joke payoff, but it makes sense logically the show I love it. So yeah, he calls him dad, which is very creepy and sad at same time, and we get this hug and this the rib that always breaks and you cut back into the real Simpson's household. And Lisa is like pulling a paper off of. I don't know if you have that full quote. I can just remember it being something like I'm trying to make up for the lack of senseless destruction. Now that BART's gone. It's very sweet. Yeah. Sweet and sad and like, yeah, at least trying Bart because she knows that he's a necessary part of the house. It's so funny to pull the paper off of wall as your thing that you're doing you. But as she's doing it, she has her like out a little bit and homered trips and just stays on the ground for entirely too long. The whole house is falling apart here, and we cut back in to the mansion and you get bar in little burns, you know, mini burns tire, the little other great outfits such. We get a really great bad posture, the burns hump. Yeah, the mighty hub. That he's proud about that. So basically now that he's kind of becoming a little mini burns, we get him he's going to celebrate by firing employees. Yeah. And of course, who better than Lenny to be the first victim. Lenny comes in and is told just like if you could tell me why could keep your job without using letter e. I won't fire you? I says, I'm a good work guy. That's a great. I think that you know something fun about being a Simpsons fan is like using those quotes in everyday life. Like you said, just came to see honk if you're horny in peace, and I had like, I'm a good work. Guy is so useful. Someone like asks, if you're if you have to sell yourself in any context, it's like I'm a good work guy. Very useful. It is and the the next person to come in as Homer. And here's where we get kind of the heartstrings of the episode. You know, Homer. Is is, is really being a very sweet guy in this moment. He's not being like, you know, Bart, if you do this all choke you like I usually do something that I think is still kind of weird. It is there. I said, I don't like that. He chokes it son. Don't like everything about this, but it's this moment where you know he's Bart is being asked to prove his loyalty, and it really is hard because Bart is such a troublemaker. And we've, you know, aside from the reset quality to the Simpsons there there do feel like there's some steaks here sodas a bit of a a stinger, and so there's a fun little dramatic twist because he has called him Mr. burns data already. He says, I'm sorry, dad, you're fired. And then you see that it's talking to burns, of course, and then he presses a little button telling him like, why don't you go a little bit more to your left? Yeah, she's mimicking the moving over to the left to get kicked by the boot. But I also love how compliant burns. Both of those being. Okay with moving worse? Yeah, it's such a cartoony like vaudeville again, the dramatic sketches. Vaudeville esque moment of him being like, well, I can't. I won't ask follow up questions, you know. Oh, one thing. One thing I forgot is when when the when he's creating the stakes for bar this idea of like, you know, you will lose everything like, you will no longer be my air. You won't get anything..

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"burns" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"burns" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Burns and john shell then good time sweat something you had the and now you don't know how you met me you know you can't owning say good bye i'm with you and swam to fission hanging money can't give you this you will be don't ask me the everything is view the back the.

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