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Who Should USC Hire as Its Next Coach?
"So i think. Usc should go get a nfl coach. I think name image likeness is going to be a little bit of an avalanche the next decade and these nfl coaches are not control freaks. They've dealt with players getting paid. They're very comfortable with it. They've got owners in the nfl. they're not in the. I have to control everything. Business i said doug peterson to me matt. Nagy if the if the bears fired him anthony lynn. All one playoff games in the nfl. All have a presence If you go. Look at usc miami and ucla three urban universities. If you look at the coaches that are had the most success. Pete carroll john robinson. Usc pro coaches chip kelly. Pro coaches getting it rolling dick for meal. Ucla pro coach. How 'bout miami. Last time they won. Butch davis dennis. Erickson jimmy johnson.
"butch" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"The composer of the metrics matrix. Reloaded and the matrix revolutions. Hi this is. John delancey kind of the things that aren't there. Well you know. Sometimes you have that experience anyway but people at all day thanks in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion revising producer. Butch lukic talk to me about batman the long halloween now an animated movie. Hi how are you good. How are you. i'm doing great joan. Great when you sat down with jim and tim to talk about adapting this instead of approach i questioned approaching what you cut out. What is it that you absolutely wanted to make sure you had in in both parts of the of the film. Well i mean the obvious You know main villains law have to stick calendar man definitely stick. The story of hard bent absolute Everything going you know towards the rogues gallery and really. It's the central part of dent story. Cat-woman story desperately. You know obviously batman l. He tries to figure out how works to be a you know. Detective gordon was also in the running and we were it was written for him and have more family in or action in the storylines or in the act this script because of time and footage that we only allowed to send overseas. We have to scrap a couple of sequences for that. But i think it's still works. 'cause gordon still prominent throughout. Yeah and also i forgot l. Coney yeah and his definitely. I mean he's the centerpiece of of the villainy throughout so talking about david dalmatians calendar man. I totally blown away by it performance. Yeah so he came in to record a studio when we had the glass in front of him and it was on. It's almost like how we did. The final walk work and We had a born artists sell sollozzo. Ragas she wanted to come in to watch because she was a fan of is but she was also bought in that sequence so he and he immediately went into acting. Will you know these started pace in the whole area around so she was picking up on that so most of them all the movements that you see in the version. That's stuff that she jotted. Donald scott he was all. Wow that's pretty cool now. This is supposed to be a direct sequel. Batman year one. Would this nice companion piece to the batman. Year one video. That was done a few years ago. Yeah it might be it just kinda looked. It feels like from frank miller's version of some of the characters they kind of they might match up. It's hard to tell. I strictly stuck. Will tim selling jeff. Lungs version of those characters. Lana does i think the falconi wheat that is a lot more towards the straight you know crime figure dot fodder type than what the version in that movie is. He seems to be more like tony. Soprano yeah with more like the godfather version of that There's more sci fi talk so stay tuned back on sci-fi talk. I'm tony was anybody that was cast once. They started recording. Today anybody surprise you. Not really. I mean i think You know just all in all all of them were definitely you up for it and we had a time like i think they're all great overall of course already knew she was going to be able to pull it really be so and also it was kind of like well. Johnson khandu batman. It's a no brainer. Perfect and troy baker. Of course how okay. Yeah getting jack quaid from the boys to that was a coup. Yeah yeah that. Jack was probably a supplies. His week with Before he got boys we were caught his. What probably yours. Wow though yeah. He was a surprise. Alberto how much Nurturing emotionally put into the as far as holiday. I i was talking to him about that and he was up. The character was challenge to to do this How did you kind of approach holiday when you guys were planning it out. Yeah i mean the holiday killer. It's like in the books. I just kind of keep conveyed showing up in the moment when people expected to leave You know to do whatever the killing us to do on a slow. You know whatever's going to happen as far as leaving the call and cotton and all that so it's always something that happens you know after the sequence and then all they kill shows up and leaves the car then does the murder was just trying to keep it Towards the way the book approached was the animation style similar. To man of tomorrow is at a style that you like or did it just kind of fit for this. No initially a good socil- a i i did. That look is for halloween. This movie was supposed to be released before madison okay. The style was actually adapted long halloween and then manage tomorrow because we carried on from there was continuity from long halloween. I think there's a piece in mana tomorrow where lois is at the xerox machine. And you know. She's got a xerox photo. Batman and she has posted says cole k. That was supposed to be a reference in this movie which was supposed to actually be outhustle manage tomorrow so warranty had basically the batman existed before superman did that was the original version but things changed so we ended up in minutes. I mean that's really not the first movie of this lot What's it like to be the supervising producer and kind of. Have you know working with jim and tim on this particular project. The nice thing for us in the you know when we first started all this was that we had a little bit of prime more than usual then to work out. How the with that. This long halloween two movies and what we needed to get rid of and what we needed to keep and retain and it's also the things that we found just by. We have a you know. Full sessions talks in jim's office and go over stuff and still trying to figure out how we connect these guys up. and how. How do you connect stuff that was kind of you know not really it was bits and pieces in the in the actual original books that had some some plot holes. We felt we needed to fill a little bit and just to make sense of Something a little bit more doing that. We ended up with some lucky. You know accidents.
Why Nathalie Huerta Founded the First Queer Gym in the Country
"I have never been comfortable at the gym. But i was assumed a lot of that just had to do with the fact that i am not an athlete. I'm like a theater kid. Who would futz around on machines trying to figure it out. Was there ever a time where you felt comfortable at the gym. I felt comfortable the entire time up until i started looking gay because my background wasn't actually kinda how. I got lured into fitness thing because originally a gun school to study physical therapy. And i wanted to go on the clinical route and then i discovered late in my studies at. That's not exactly what i wanted to do. So the now is just graduating with the degree. And i didn't know what to get into at that point and so the person who hired me at the gym was like you love it. You're athlete you grew up in this. You get to do that in the setting so that was actually one of the things that attracted me about being trainers that. I got to spend time in a space that i found safe and enjoyable and comfortable however at this point i had long hair as feminine presenting in. I would say up until six months year after i started training a surge present more masculine. And that's when i was like well and if i feel like this nama trainer and i'm an lately i can just imagine what another person who is not an athlete who has no idea how this fitness thing works plus queer. Yeah i can understand why they're not coming in here when you say it got weird. What did that look like from the beginning like walking into the gym. you know. it's already a big feet walk in those doors period. Hit and to walk in and then be mis gendered. Don't really wanna take the time this morning at six. Am to correct that. I'm not a sir no just let it slide. You know and that just adds day after day after day. I also had experiences in the weight room with guys. It's always a pissing contest in that room anyway with guys. But then you throw in a butch and then they're like hot feminine girlfriend and then it becomes a different dynamic. One in which me in her never felt safe working out because you could just feel the energy was like bad. Just make a little side comments. And then i would say definitely the locker rooms. Where the weirdest are you in the right locker room. Do you know this is the women's room. You could tell likable wrapping up covering themselves in going into the men's room doesn't feel safe from me because i don't identify as a man and in my head still a woman in a man bathroom. That's unsafe so as basically like your p so that you don't have to go in period
Transformations: Three 'Coming Outs' with Max Appenroth
"It could be interesting to tell you about my life with three coming out. That i had so far his like offended. People look at me when i tell them like. Yeah what three coming out like. What's going on with you. And i like to tell the story about my mom and my wedding day like Married to a wonderful man and on my wedding day my mom said to one of my friends like there's nothing that can shock her anymore because like after having dealt with three coming out of her child there is nothing you could throw her off the wrecks anymore than i think i would just like to start a little bit chronologically because like when i was thirteen i came out as lesbian like to delegate about myself i was female assigned at birth and lifts for twenty something years an identity as a woman or at least i thought i was that because when i was younger being seen as female like it didn't work for me to didn't work with boys like i was interested in them played with them but like in everything else goes beyond players. I that's something that's like something something's wrong. Something's off. And i thought okay. If i'm not into poison i must be a lesbian. And they. This is what. I what i told my parents when i was thirteen. And my mom first reaction was a bit weird like she wanted to sue my first girlfriend because she was like nineteen. Which was like this is like fooling fooling around with a minor loud. I was it was it was a reaction then of course like distinctive like i would never have grandchildren but anyway she overcame that and accepted me and they accepted me for. I am because my dad. He was really cool. It was like yeah i understand. Why like women so sorry so it was actually that was. That was what i thought. Who i am and i have wonderful relationships with women in my teens and my early early twenties and but then there was something that can all along the way like time that i was dead. I felt like i was searching for something if restless all the time and i was always really hyperactive and just like not knowing what was going on because of couldn't sell it couldn't there was something there was something more and i remembered that when i was eighteen like i went to this women's festival and there was a drag king workshop in it was like okay. What's never heard of his. Like i'm just gonna go up just going to try it out and see what's going to happen. There was like these to renew gorgeous drag kings. That helped other people for the first time you know to to dress up like was always i was always like this bush type which dyke person and i was already looking a bit more what people stereotypically describe as masculine like short hair in jeans and like you know the just a typical typical butch dyke And so they helped as you know like to to put a beard on your phase night to to find your chest to get a flat chest with a Just bandages trying to to make us laugh. As possible and stuff like that. And i back then. I remember the moment when i walked into the bathroom and look at myself in the mirror just in complete shock that i was so shocked in that moment that i just immediately my immediate response was like washing everything off like washing washington beard of taking the advantages off because i was like so overwhelmed with a feeling in that in that particular moment from that moment on i really tried hard to pass as like a feminine appearing woman like i bought bras extended. I never will be four. Because i felt like i got something. I need to counter in a way and obviously that failed because back then i was still living in the southern part of germany. Like if people haven't heard like. I'm not a native english speaker. I live in germany at the moment based in berlin. When i finished school i moved to berlin immediately and started my life here and obviously because it's much more diverse city than than where i came from and where he grew up like a rapid the countryside in a very small town and all of sudden it was like all these possibilities like all these people that i met in amongst them was also trans guy and i was like i i was witted out by this idea but then eventually you know there was there was a time. I was in my early twenties when i quit smoking. And because of quitting smoking also changed my diet. Radically lost twenty kilos in like six months. Something like that night was a pretty big person. And because of that often i comb. My body has changed. My physique has changed. I got very slim and definitely less curves my boobs small and everything and i felt like there was a a strong change in my body happening. What also happened was that i dreamt multiple times that my friends were calling me. Max like in my dreams. My friends were calling me maximum. I woke up in the mornings. I was like what the fuck is going on like. What what what is happening. Like what is what is this thing you know and that was for me. Some sort of like a women comes from now. There was a day in june two thousand nine. That was at party like in the middle of the dance. Larger started crying in the fairmont. Came up to what what is going on. What's happening with what's wrong with you. Why you crying. Did someone do something that to just like. I'm i'm not a woman in. This was the only thing that i that i brought out. And then she was like what do you mean. Like what are you and i'm like i don't know i just know i'm not a woman you know. And i started on the birth birth night of macs more or less and for me back then. It was really wade today. Describe myself as masculine. Someone masculine spectrum. But i'm not a man. This is something that is a concept that does that. i don't understand. I don't know who men are like this concept in society that would which also comes with a lot of stereotypes in a lot of expectations and things how people should be. I might look like someone that people would describe as a man like. I have masculine the parents i can. I'm having a beer. Showed his body type. That stereotypically fits with people describe as man but like it doesn't it's not my
Fire destroys part of Paul Newman's camp for ill children
"I'm Julie Walker the camp the Paul Newman founded for seriously ill children was partially destroyed by a fire Friday evening in Connecticut the head of the camp which is called the hole in the wall gang says it appears no one was injured in the fire but the building housing the camps store arts and crafts wood shopping cooking programs were destroyed the camp was founded by Paul Newman in nineteen eighty eight and has a western motif inspired by the late actor's movie Butch Cassidy and the Sundance kid it provides summer camping experiences adapted for children with serious physical and medical limitations and has extensive medical facilities on site the cause of the fire is under investigation I'm Julie Walker
The Trial Of The Chicago 7 With Director Aaron Sorkin And David Fincher
"Aaron thank you for letting me do this thank you for doing. I hope it's not just the right amount of excruciating. But but i wanna i wanna i wanna move this. I want to try to cover as much ground as possible. Because you know. I'm easily board but But i also want to give you But i have sort of subdivided in terms of you know just overall kind of progressions in in in casting and production and post production. I wanted to start. I I've always found your writing appealing personally. in the same way that i always love bill goldman's and and the reason for that is you're a decidedly serious person who is actually writing comedies about a dramatic ventures that have real stakes and end the example. That i have is like butch and sundance where they're debating the different ways that the super policy might kill them when he says they could go for position they can start a rockslide. That could get us that way. What else could they do. I'm treating the next line. But it's a could surrender of albion account on that. Tell me about and that was a occurred to me on social network that that you were that you were doing this thing that the the writing the the storytelling was extensively Comic in in. And i don't mean that in a derogatory lightweight sense It was wildly entertaining in talking about things. That were you know. truly dramatic and is not a is that something that you're conscious of or am my of of disappeared on my own. It's something that i'm conscious of and by the way bill goldman mentor me. Beginning from mike early twenties you know he passed away a few years ago. You know. we're very close. He was teaching me before we met with his with a screenplay with A nonfiction and then he a red by i play which was a few good men and he saw something in me. And if you want to teach me how to write screenplays but yes. I always think first of all if you can tell serious story. Funny you're you're doing yourself a big favor. Part of it might just come from an insecurity. Maybe a healthy insecurity of a comedy drama. I am not good enough at Either events do only one of them commit something pitches while or their other. I mean obviously goldman is one but are there other Heroes personal screenwriting heroes at. You can point to in sort of say this is. This is something off from them or their work. This is something that you know. Certainly tchaikovsky the answer is our number screenwriters in patty tchaikovsky For a host of reasons. Both my brothers herman joseph Billy wilder true There are things. I get from a contemporary screenwriters as well. Tony kushner quentin tarantino Amanda So i'm i'm i'm easily influenced i and the ad as a screenwriter at a now that a i've directed a couple of films I really i try to be a diagnostician. Mom I'll watch you watch film of yours Not necessarily social network Any of them. I'm end up a love. Something and i'll try and reverse engineer. I will try to in my mind. First of all figure out what it was i loved about it and then try to figure out how you got
"butch" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Tell the tale for the rest of the people is one of those things where always look at it. Like joe always bionic. Like you'll have people who come here from different places and i've heard from different people whether it be in visual arts whether it be music whether it be whatever whether it be brewing. I don't know it's weird but it's just like yo. Alzheimer's about bullshit baltimore's very authentic. So people will come in here and try to test stuff out. Does his work on this like audience. Does this group of people. They'll tell me if not so curry that with you when you go to these other cities is kind of that that thing be baltimore all the time. Don't just switch it up and suddenly on from brooklyn. No you're from west baltimore. Your real shit is really about just like no. Let's read from making making sure you just lean that you just you just set an example. I guess what it means for me like just set. An example represented represented in. My city does represent my to the fullest like. I'm i wanna come back home and be able to like shed. Shed is information. You know what i'm saying. One of us one of us got you fail me so like that's the main thing like underdogs so we gotta we all show improve every time we step out there so. This is the last question that i have then. One of the things. I like to do with any guests that i have on here like the shameless. An opportunity to shamelessly plug anything that they have of coming projects social media all of that. Good stuff. we'll have you. Maybe these two things together. So what's the song that's been stuck in your head these days daily ray free to ghetto nutrition. I had to look this up now past. Detroit floral for four minute. So that's what i've been by going on there so buffets free that's cool. Let's call so plug away. And i want to thank you for coming on plug away project social media all of that good stuff and thank you again. For coming onto the podcast. You may was dawson. Put that in the search engine from yaw social media platforms. Twitter is prime lard. But everything else is. Bush dawson Flooded out just came out my single produced by tech one. he's also from baltimore's well make sure we listen to that got that flooded out challenge Go to my instagram. checkout debt. New music project going away in them and that's about it. Cliche judah yes. I'm going do my son off and again thank you for coming on. So for bush dawson. I'm rob lee saying and they're just dope artists of all mediums in and around baltimore. He's gotta look.
Trump parts ways with impeachment lawyers as Senate trial nears
"For President Trump has parted ways with his lead impeachment lawyers. Just a week ahead of the Senate trial, political reporter Daniel Lippman tells us the Democrats are still going full steam ahead with the trial, probably preparing for every scenario, whether their season Boyer, an experienced lawyer, or trump themselves or no lawyer, they don't even have a defense. But that would make it harder for Republicans to quit. And if there's not even a defense offered, Butch Bowers and Deborah Barbier were expected to be two of the late attorneys who are now no longer on the
Trump attorneys leave legal team, 2 weeks before impeachment trial
"Former President Trump's impeachment trial gets underway next Tuesday. But as CBS is art, and far he reports, who will represent him remains unclear. Former President Trump's legal team is in disarray after two attorneys expected to represent Mr Trump in the Senate impeachment trial have parted ways with the former president. Campaign aide to Mr Trump said the decision to split from attorneys Butch Bowers and Deborah Barba just nine days before the impeachment trial was
Trump attorneys have left legal team, two weeks before impeachment trial
"Former President Trump's impeachment trial gets underway next Tuesday. But as CBS is ardent far, he reports who will represent him remains unclear. Former President Trump's legal team is in disarray after two attorneys expected to represent Mr Trump in the Senate impeachment trial have parted ways with the former president. Campaign aide to Mr Trump said the decision to split from attorneys Butch Bowers and Deborah Barba just nine days before the impeachment trial was
Trump attorneys have left legal team ahead of impeachment trial
"Attorneys preparing to defend donald trump in his second impeachment. Trial have parted ways with the former president just days before deadline trump must answer the articles of impeachment for incitement of an insurrection by tomorrow south. Carolina public radio's victoria hanson. Reports attorneys butch bowers and deborah barbie era of south carolina longer on trump's legal defense team a source close to the situation says the decision to separate with the attorneys was mutual. No explanation was given meantime trump advisor. Jason miller tweeden. They have not made a final decision on their legal team. So far neither bowers nor barbier have commented publicly both are from small firms in the state's capital city of columbia. He's in elections and ethics attorney. She's a former prosecutor and trial attorney. The impeachment trial is expected to begin february ninth for
Trump attorneys have left legal team, a week ahead of impeachment trial
"Major hurdle for the Trump legal team. A week before his trial, former President Trump is now struggling to put a defense team together. With his impeachment trial looming, CNN reports five lawyers have left the team just over a week before the trial is set to get started. It reportedly stems from a disagreement over Trump's legal strategy. The departures include lead attorney Butch Bowers, who assembled the team. Ah, former campaign adviser says a final decision on the legal team will definitely be made shortly.
Top Trump impeachment lawyer Bowers leaves team: reports
"Trump is struggling to put a defense team together. With his impeachment trial looming, CNN reports five lawyers have left the team just over a week before the trial is set to get started. It reportedly stems from a disagreement over Trump's legal strategy. The departures include lead attorney Butch Bowers, who assembled the team. Former campaign adviser says a final decision on the legal team will be made shortly. Covert
Trump team hires 2 ex-prosecutors with ethics experience
"Two more former federal prosecutor from South Carolina have been added to Donald trump's impeachment defense team the lead attorney as Butch Bowers a prominent ethics and election lawyer in South Carolina who's represented the state's former governors mark Sanford and Nikki Haley now South Carolina attorney Greg Harris tells the Associated Press he's been added to the team along with former acting U. S. attorney Johnny Gasser former federal prosecutor Deborah Barbier will also represent Donald Trump when his history making second impeachment trial opens the week of February eighth Republican senator Lindsey Graham a close ally of trump's help steer him toward this South Carolina based legal team Jackie Quinn Washington
Vols firing Pruitt with cause after investigation
"Butch jones suddenly looking better. Jeremy pruitt gone today. John joining us. These senior sports editor at aol dot com and john. It is great to have you with us. We've talked about the possibility that pruitt would be gone. He is now gone. Fulmer out as well. Your reaction another stunning day on rocky. Top back on again paul. You know. I think that the part that i guess is maybe the most surprising to me is the phil fulmer component Because as you know we talked about the past you know there's obviously been you know. Rumors swirling about tennessee. Possibly moving on from jeremy pruitt for a while. I think a lot of people in the industry thought when that first report came out that tennessee was looking into Potential recruiting violations under pruitt that was signaling that they would like to fire pruitt with 'cause a four forecast which you know they've made very clear that is what they are doing. The former component is a little different because he is such legendary person with that blake department From his time as a football coach and you saw today in that press conference just the these university leaders really going out of their way to praise him and talk about how he's at tennessee. Ledge all those different things. So i think you know fomer kind of getting pushed aside Calling it a retirement. But i think there's a little more to that is probably the most interesting component of this to me because now it means you not only have to fire new. Find a new football coach but you also have to find a new ad. Do you think john. It was the contract extension. That former gave jeremy pruitt attorney was the final tipping point for him. I would imagine it's probably a lot of different you components to it because you know hey we have to remember this. Was you know fomer higher to begin with you know as that whole crazy. Coaching search point out and former becomes. Ad then hires jeremy pruitt. I also think. I mean if you were watching that press conference today paul. You know felt like you know so. It's still in some ways defending pruitt. They're asking him about how pruitt would be remembered and he talks about how you know recruiting had been good Which is obviously ironic considering that they fired him in part because of recruiting violations and fired nine people in total also tied the recruiting department But also just the way that he was talking about how pro had rebuilt relationships and all these different things it felt like to me at least that former was not out on pruitt as a higher to that point. So you know part of it could have been simply that you feel wasn't ready to move on from pruitt and it s part became what we're gonna make just wholesale changes here and i think if you remember paul you know one of the reasons why earlier in the year before we knew about all these recruiting violations. I was always a little skeptical. Pruitt getting fired in part because it would reflect poorly on former. And i didn't think four would want to move on from his higher Like you said he just gave an extension to after only three seasons as the head coach
Episode 29; Classic Conversations, topic is College Football - burst 01
"Sanity get off mardi grass walkom to the old me as podcast. Yeah we got a great one for you today. I'm on this kick with classic so the current series of classics. This segment is going to be on football. Which is apropos to something. That occurred the night before this recordings being made last night. Was the college football national championship game in. It was spectacular. And you've heard me talk about college football before you know how much i admire. Love college football. I've got a few friends and we have one today's guest who share my affinity for college football with us. Today is one coach. Butch democrats butch how are you. I'm good how are you rock. I'm doing great. I'm doing great my my listeners. May or while you're kind of famous in the world. I live in but some of my listeners. May not be familiar with with you. Can you tell us a little background. Specifically to football What brought you to football your earliest memories of football and where you're at now. Gosh well. I guess we'll just start back. Started playing in third grade Actually grew up in a small town. Just outside of allentown pennsylvania. It was about an hour north philly
Fairfax County Sheriff's deputy dies of COVID-19
"Tonight also knew Ah Fairfax County Sheriff's deputy has died in the line of duty from covert 19 Frederick Butch Cameron was 51, The Washington Post reports. The announcement follows news of a Corona virus outbreak at the county jail. On Friday, The sheriff's office announced that since the pandemic started, 19 deputies and 13 inmates have been sickened by the virus of the jail. It's not clear whether Cameron's death Is related to the outbreak. We will stay on top of these stories. It's
Portrait Of: Gabby Rivera
"On a monday afternoon. Writer gabby is visiting her local comic bookstore. It's a place in downtown oakland. that's called cape and cowl. Remember have come in for like adventure comics and stuff. What'd you got anything fun. Anything a little poking around this is where gabby looks for heroes who are not your basic white guy. I'm gonna grab that like you know girl kicking as basically right like i wanna grab. A miss marveled sues as gabby is flicking through at the comic bookstore. There's a young man who's wearing thick black glasses and camouflage jacket and he spots you. Miss america america is america chavez. That would be marvel's first. Latina queer superhero gabby began writing for her in two thousand seventeen. She wrote twelve comic books about america's adventures as a spangler speaking college student who can also punch through dimensions of time and space miss america. That's my girl. It was important to me. I appreciate that despite her happiness at chatting with a fan gabby hasn't always found community in the comic book world as sometimes on online space says it can be like or you're not telling the story writer. You shouldn't tell the story for gabby. The in-person experience has been a lot more positive. Whatever you're doing here. He's like whatever magic. You're actually a witch. Keep it up from media. It's let usa madonna wholesome and today a portrait of writer gabby playback before gabby libra got into writing comic books. She wrote juliet takes a breath. It's a twenty sixteen novel which is a coming of age story about a young queer latina. Who leaves the bronx which is where she grew up and that novel got her. Some attention from an unusual place marvel comics. They ask gabby if she would be interested. In writing specifically for their superhero america these after decades featuring mostly white male heroes. Marvel comics has recently been making an effort to introduce more women where people of color and lgbtq heroes in their comics. Some people were angry with these changes shortly. After gabby began writing for america chavez. She started getting threads and being harassed. This was a tough time for gabby. Suddenly she was swept up in an online backlash called comic escape which criticized. The comic book industry's attempts to be more inclusive. I sat down with gabby to learn more about her beginnings as writer and about her experience. Shaping queer latinas superhero during a really tense moment. Gabeira welcome to let the usa. Thank you maria. I'm so excited to be here with you. I'm excited to excited to so your favorite term for yourself is what quirky rican is what you are on instagram. But you love to call yourself a nerd. Right yeah I love nerd. Butch thea loverboy. I have a couple of terms for myself. Keep on going going. I think butch the is really the one that i'm embodying these days right because everybody has a bush the you know. She's got her fade. She's got her corona. She's sitting at the barbecue in the back as she loves you. So much me. You grew up in new york You are not only new yorker. you're from the bronx. So tell us little. Bit about little vera growing up in what part of the bronx and what life felt like. Oh my gosh. I was just a little baby in the eighties. Growing up my neighborhood. Was you know that kind of mix of like bronx lake hood ish but also some Suburban right at that intersection of westchester county in the bronx. I had my grandparents. My mother's side living in the house with us and we have my father's family like two blocks away so i was also always surrounded by like my puerto rican family and we went to church. I grew up. You know super religious pentecostal. Puerto rican evangelical speaking in tongues. All of that. You know it's also terrorists kind of like a traditional quote american sort of upbringing rate lake My parents my mom was a teacher. He knows so. She was taught kindergarten of thirty five years in new york city. My dad was a salesman for gov will stelle off from most like thirty years of his life so there was kind of this lake nuclear family. Whatever puerto rican middle-class looks like the bronx very strict but also very secure households and in the middle of that we were in the bronx and there was definitely struggle violence. It was wild to be in so many lake constrains morally good controlled environments right and then have all of this like beautiful neighborhood. Chaos real life. Real people happening all around me.
Wonder Woman 1984 is better than the original
"So we can get down the details of bottom line. Did you enjoy it. Was this good movie. yes. I thought it was great. It was probably little better than the first one. That is for reference sake and for four reference sake. Disa- gives a little context. What did you think of wonder woman. I think generally got positive reviews but there are folks didn't like it or thought it was a little derivative comic book films. Where did you stand on the opinion of that original film. I was great. I was i went into that. In twenty seventeen with sort of neutral expectations given how inconsistent dc extended universe movies are. I was very pleasantly surprised. It's probably my favorite of the recent modern movies and naturally four is a little bit better than that. Well that is high. Praise the main as you note the dcu has been inconsistent but there have been some some bright spots here there without going to spoil territory. I know you can't spoil too much. The details of what makes one thousand nine hundred four better than the original. The emotional core. He's very strong. That's that's super vague. Butch like so. Diana goes on an emotional journey. Tried to put this announce votary terms. Yes she she mirrors a lot of characters around her alike so petro pascal plays max lord's and he's kind of the bad guy and krista week is barbara minerva. She's somewhere in there. I won't spoil the nature of her character and they kind of go on these different emotional journeys based on magic the magic in this and he's kind of propels the plot and they each react to his in different ways. Movie always takes time to establish the characters emotional baseline where they're coming from. And it's very clearly informs how they react to the situation and it's just really satisfying like that. Okay and in terms of how it fits with the the dc you i know. It's not exactly a cohesive. Simak universe like marvels is but in terms of like linkage to some of these other movies. Is there some of that or is it. More of a standalone i know. Dc is largely been pushing towards more standalone films. Where where does this sort of stack up. Well so this is. The title suggests that in one thousand nine hundred eighty four where the twenty seventeen was set during world war one. That's so it's all well before the made events of the other movies so they feel very stand alone. It's her kind of passed before we see in those other movies and as a result like they could be watched on their own. Like in sequence. Which i think is really satisfying took. Follow along with her specifically this is. This film is notable. Not just because it's the next dc or actually the first big comic book movie to come out this year. It's also coming out here in the us at least coming out on hbo mac for free if are subscriber and that is a pretty radical move. I'm just curious what you think that experience or if that experiences changes in one of these big cinematic blockbusters really meant to be seen in a theater is going to be debuting in. Most people's living rooms are on their phones or tablets so i went to a socially distance. I am screening here in london to. I feel like all this is the way to see. This is a very big spectacular movie like they all are and i was glad to see it on a big screen like first safety reasons like hbo. Maximum wage ago for people in the states. All our subsequent viewings or these movies are always on tv or on atv at home at. It's fine so it's probably just idea that we should see these terms on the big screen but like if you have a big tv and look decent sound system. This'll be pretty spectacular. And you don't have to deal with the stuff you have to deal with going to movie theaters. Like deep la thoughts or you know. The usual distractions. At least you have that control.
What Trump's Covid-19 diagnosis means for the country
"Were always joined on Saturday morning by John Gizzi. He is the White House correspondent and chief political columnist of newsmax dot com and Newsmax TV, John. Good morning. Good morning, Rick. And what a night it wass. Well, obviously, we're following the latest developments on President Trump and his diagnosis with covert 19. What is the latest you're hearing on the president. The president is resting comfortably at the Walter Reed Hospital where yesterday he left the White House. And arrived at the hospital. I might and he left the White House in his usual business suit looking as he always does. Uh, this is not someone who has been felled by the virus. But simply has symptoms of the Corona virus, and he will rest there until doctors say he can come out. Which effectively scotches the debate. Scheduled for October. 15th. But it doesn't mean he's going to be in the hospital through the rest of the campaign, and we may see a newer and better Donald Trump emerged from Walter Reed. For now, all signs are that he's resting and that this is not anything that Americans should be nervous about. John. We know the Corona virus hits each individual differently, assuming the best for the president, where he quarantines for the 14 days and gets through this What is the impact on the campaign for the impact on the campaign is that right now there's an absentee candidate that the president cannot have is make America great again Rallies. He cannot debate He cannot issue pronouncements, although one as the impression after covering Donald Trump for the past four years that no hospital and no confinement Ooh! Ah hospital bed is going to keep him away from his tweeting. Uh, hey, certainly can campaign that way. And another thing. We have a long history in America of candidates who are hospitalized or injured who actually do well as their supporters carry on for them. When he made his first center base in 1948 Congressman Lyndon B. Johnson was laid up for a period with very brutal, Cole. His wife, Lady Bird and others served is very effective Speakers and he went on to win hard fought race. I know of a case of another candidate, Arch war who was elected governor of West Virginia after surviving a helicopter crash. So just because it candidate is hospitalized or unhealthy doesn't mean it's a foregone conclusion. He'll lose well, John. Obviously, we know the polarization across the country and the polarization in the media. And there will be a lot of talk about the 25th amendment, and I just wanted to get sort of a factual look. At the 25th amendment. So when people hear the pundits talking about it, they understand it. Alright, 25th amendment was passed. In the late 19 sixties. It is known as the Presidential Succession Amendment. Its functions are twofold. One Puts into law what had been an informal agreement between presidents and their vice presidents. For a long time before them. And that means when the president is incapacitated, say is when he goes under the knife. For surgery, He turns over the powers. Of his office to his number two who effectively becomes acting President Richard Nixon served his acting president after a heart attack. President Dwight Eisenhower, and after a mild stroke, the president suffered Similarly, when Lyndon Johnson had surgery, Hubert Humphrey was the acting president and Dido for George H. W. Bush. Under Ronald Reagan when he had cancer surgery in his second term. The other part of the amendment is that if the vice president succeeds to the presidency, he or she can then designate Vice president that the Senate must give its advice and consent to I might add that when a president is declared unable to continue in his office for health reasons, the 25th amendment can be invoked. By the vice president and his succession to the top job can be insured. Post debate. Polls are now being released Thursday morning, NBC News National Polling had Biden up 7.9 points over President Trump Real clear politics showing Biden with a 6.6 lead over Trump Fivethirtyeight national polling tracker gave Biden the 7.6 advantage. President didn't seem to gain any ground whatsoever in the debates. Possibly lost some ground. What's your analysis is, we move forward. First of all, I do believe that the polls accurately reflect The post debate. Momentum is with Joe Biden, and it has very little to do with the debate itself. But with the media's interpretation of how candidates Trump and Biden acquitted themselves on national television, and of course, the opinion off the punditocracy is almost unanimous. The president was ruled. He interrupted. He had no consistent thought. And Joe Biden was a gentleman. That is their opinion. Which is being repeated by a lot of people. There's two factors that leaves this reporter to say that these numbers might have flaws in them. The first is the hidden vote. There's a lot of people, certainly, as was the case in 2016, who just won't admit they're voting for Donald Trump. Obviously they do so when they're in the voting booth. The other is that Joe Biden right now, by being cool, is holding on and appearing a front runner. Did. Donald Trump loses the debate? It all depends on who you ask. Chuck Booth, commentator and conservative activists from Nevada said the president decided to use this format to speak directly. To his base of supporters and try and rally them to the polls. He compared the president's performance and his refusal to abide by Time outs to the scene in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid when Butch is facing a much larger man and challenges him to a knife fight. And then says, but we have to go through the rules. The other man says there's no rules in a knife fight at which point which kicks him. And effectively weakens and subdues him. That's what the president's goal Wass with Joe Biden and to his base, he succeeded. So let's turn to the impact on the Senate and the Congress a lot of business to attend to, including the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court. We take pause for well wishes from Democrats. But as we can see in the Chuck Schumer tweet, it is a one sentence pause. And then we're back into politics. Here's what he said Friday night. We now have two members of the Senate Judiciary Committee who have tested positive for covert and there may be more. I wish my colleagues well, so that's the nicety. And here's the politics. It is irresponsible and dangerous to move forward with the hearing, and there was absolutely no good reason to do so. Well, I would just say that the distinguished minority leader of the Senate, Senator Schumer should look a little bit more. At the rules of the Senate as wrong is there is a quorum of senators in the committee. They could move along, particularly if chairman gavels in now what he's referring to are Senator Mike Lee of Utah and Thom Tillis of North Carolina. Both Judiciary Committee members and both presently incapacitated by the Corona virus. Both could easily recover in a short time. Remember the Judiciary Committee hearings on drugs, Parrots nomination don't begin until the 14th of Oct over. So any judgments about Senator Tillis or Senator Lee? Not being in the job in two weeks is a bit premature. That's the Supreme Court debate. Let's talk about the stimulus deal. New York Times Reporting. Speaker Pelosi said that the president's positive Corona virus test could change the dynamic and produce a Nagre mint on additional pandemic relief. But a compromise remains elusive. The gist of it from Speaker Pelosi is that now the Republicans will take Corona virus more seriously. Well, where do we
"butch" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast
"Now another addition of Tony. Till auto on CY CY talk. From Lord of the Rings. Abraham. votes. Julian sounds as creepy man. Who Your Mazda. Someone I to perhaps. Wow, hey that's great. Appreciate. My guy the Archangel Gabriel is. Really. What is most important is that Burnham forgives herself. Because as burn my carry a tremendous amount of guilt and shame on. Alex Zahara played read God's Zales to. Iron shirt the one eyed onus, ricky. Allman coca were not. sci-fi talk. Papa typical. Behavior Special Effects. What's it like for you? Both to kind of two things that aren't there well, you know sometimes you have an experience anyway. Like gone. In part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. Long and prosper. Superman Man of tomorrow is the latest D. C. Animation Project and I spoke to one of the producers Butch Luke. Butch great to talk to you about this It's it's a great story I I I'd loved it. Everybody was spot on the voice cast and the story the threat between this and Constantine city of demons that you worked on. Here's a lot of humanity in both of these stories. Is that kind of like your approach news stories telling them Yeah I. Think it is a you know even from when we? I've always kinda wanted to do more lively and a little bit more life than the acting. I don't want to downplay if it's Kinda like a little bit more potently. Than some of the fifty two versions I understand why they do that. But I kind of fell things should the acting should be a little bit more. Absolutely. And the the story it it Kinda borrows a little bit from men of tomorrow but you Kinda went your own way and I do like seeing Superman and lois kind of at the at the beginning of their careers and I thought that was. Yeah. I mean lowest obviously got. Got To journalism. Quickly and clock obviously is learning. You know the intern way to get it. You know her way obviously was more for. Getting the scoop. Lunch during into success. Was He's taken obviously the more practical approach I did like the fact that voice cries is a a really good casting. Darren was greatest superman. And and Christina was fantastic as lois and. My. My surprise, a pick that I that really I thought he was the Best Logo Brian Hurst of the walking dead I thought was fantastic. No I fought to I. Mean Wessels gleason the brought him up to me and I you know I. I, WATCH WALKING DEAD I Was the secret cut out and sons of Eric t always like Oh. Yeah. Yeah. I remember. Though but absolutely, I felt well, yeah, because. He needs to have that the voice but also it's GonNa feel. You know like it's human the dark desperate voiceover angry. It's gotTa be a guy you WanNa you obviously want to fall in love with you know exactly. Kito as LEX Luther I think people are going to see kind of a more cerebral lex luther than we've seen in the past. and. That was kind of more will yeah. Let's go back to the roots of what Lex we always wants yeah. Yeah. He did a phenomenal job as as well. You can always got the great voice elects yes. Yes, he does. Had this story come together. We wanted to just start superman like again a year or two Superman possibility. that it isn't exactly. You know you're one and he's in an origin kinda concert metropolis. It's been there for at least the you're struggling to try to make it as a journalist which he isn't even close to get. And all. The time you know he's still. Nevertheless, danger in the world or metropolis where we're concentrating the, he has to do something about it so. Like American Alien, which we borrowed pieces from he kind of create. So ready made costume that he thinks would work for him to keep in disguise but. Ultimately that costume isn't in a war with A. By the alien menace or explosions or friction from fly in and things like that. It was also we wanted to create the you know in his parents raising into be suspicious. Or. Weary of Let him himself out Qua- when we actually I may metropolis. He's already out there. He's already doing things. So he's going against his parents, worries and concerns any. And that out in the element of logo, you definitely need him. To like. To trigger. The story to move to somewhere else where Clark is an expected it. An obvious. Production of my Chamara would be another element, but we were exploring the the Jim Krieg was actually thinking about the possibility of doing the LEX luthor. Story where he's He's got a Lotta Villain villains out there that working for him. And causing, he's got a network out there but that was a little too much. Could approach considering the time we had. The budget to be able to do anything like that. Maybe down the road who knows yeah. There's more would butch. Lucas in just a moment. This is Batman and you're listening to Sifi Talk I did love the scenes between mime can and Clark and how they're you know they're giving advice and they're trying to help him kind of find who he is and my can't get you a nice little push at one point where I'm not gonNA talk about but. I liked those scenes they were talking about. The importance of including that and making it more mind pot centric parks, which is always cool. Yeah I'm we like that and that's what's been. You know brought that to the table by the also we have. A couple of Nice code is with. The parents at the end the. Time time-wise we just couldn't do it. We have the cutoff point that we have footage. But it would have been nice to see the you know epilogue with with Martha Jonathan Clark could. We had to get with an old scenes unfortunately, one thing I'd like to into design of metropolis. It looked like the city of the future. You know it looked more modern than I've seen metropolis at the. talked about the design and kind of making it almost looks like parts of Disneyworld. It was so amazing like the world of tomorrow we've seen there. We will because of trump than they would self. Obviously that's. Wanted to go but I did WANNA kinda create more of if you.
"butch" Discussed on Unspooled
"I kinda figured that out in my book as well where they were in via Mercedes arch in Argentina in nineteen o five, and they robbed the bank. And there was three of them that robbed the bank to two of them were butch and Sundance and they don't know who the third one was. They got away with ninety thousand dollars pesos. And it was right after this robbery that ETA. Whose real name was not at a place place was was sundance's mother's maiden name, and he would often use. Hairy place. And so we have no way of tracing at a place I. don't know how many emails I have received Okla the years since I wrote this book about people who say. Gee there's some people named place and I. Know they've gotTa be related bed applauded and. We don't know her name. We know she was a sophisticated young lady, but she also might have been A. been a lady of the evening. We don't know rumors to that effect, but after that bank robbery and nineteen o five, the three of them were riding away in. was asked them and one of the three was shot. And another one was supporting that person on the horse while they wrote away and made their escape. And so I speculated in the book that the person shot. Was Ed. or The woman? Who called herself etta and to be a little magic about it, which I of course as a royal, she died in Sundance's arms, and is buried in unmarked graves. Near via Mercedes Argentina. On the route that they took who escape the bank? Because, she was not heard of after that robbery. Another thing is The Pinkerton knew they were in South America. That's another thing I. Don't think was brought out much in the movie. The Pinkerton new. that. They were in South America and did not wish to come over and find him because it would cost too much money, even though it would be good for publicity for the Pinkerton Agency. They just didn't want to do it. And there were a lot of cool things that that weren't in the movies. Things like in the Spanish. American, war came up in eighteen, ninety eight. And Bush wanted the wild bunch. To volunteer as a unit. And go fight down Cuba. Like Teddy Roosevelt going up San Juan. Hill he wanted to, but they were turned down supposedly they didn't. They didn't want them. As outlaws Hannah reminds me of Vietnam. When the hells angels. Motorcycle Club wanted to volunteer and go to Vietnam, and and the war right there. The Pinkerton were trailing them all the time and one agent named Charlie Charango who wrote. An autobiography, which bit imbalanced, but there was some truth to it. He was very attracted to which his sister when he went to look for butch and butch were just slipped. On. That a law man was in love with his sister. Nothing came of it because he knew that just wasn't gonNA work. And so he he left. That understands like Sundance owned a bar in Calgary. Canada, for example with a with a partner. Yeah, I owned a bar with a partner and found out the partner was stealing from him, so one day went in and stuck a gun in his nose, and took his share the money out of the cash register and came back to the states. So things up there there were things like that, but they were both very interesting characters because they They were chest guys to begin with. They weren't legendary or icons or anything like you think of them now and I can look at them as just being guy. Butch growing up. You love animals. He worked on a ranch, his own plus others from from an early age at twelve brothers and sisters, and he was there basically their surrogate father away, and he'd organized games like grasshopper, racists and things like that he got he got arrested. Money was a teenager because he he was working for a nearby ranch and he he needed. Needed a pair of Jean Jr, so we went into town. The store was closed so broken. The back door got a pair of jeans, and of course a piece of Pie because he was angry. Teenager and less than note saying. Hey, I'll I'll pay the next time I come to town. So what happens boom, the sheriffs out there at the ranch and a Russian. Started right then having a dislike this already. And then he met a met a Guy Mike cash on that ranch and Mike lead him astray. They started doing a little wrestling until Bush had to leave town and went to telluride Colorado where. He did his first First Rack has first robbery. But anyway the butch. was wasn't happy. Go Lucky Guy Whereas Sundance. Moody one day was eating the cereal for breakfast in one of their hideouts. I think the hole in the wall and one of the other outlets outlaw said to him. On that stuff. Sure looks terrible. I don't know how you can eat that. So Sundance said. Pour yourself a bull. Sky What. You pour yourself a bowl and eat it. Too Guy! Poured himself a bowl and eight. It said of this. This isn't bad. This is pretty good. So Sundance had this intimidating factor about him where he could look at people and they kinda shivered. So well, that's a commercial, if I've ever seen what? Yeah Yeah Hey. Mike likes it. W. So Fun. Thank you so much for talking to us about this real history. It adds so much to the film. Well I hope I gave you a little bit anyway. I I screwed it around and went blah. Blah here and there, but. You know I hope I gave you a somewhat of. Of an idea of of these two scoundrels and I I really like them I become friends or enemies with anybody I write about, and these two guys were fun. While top touch a little bit on like this mystery of etta place in who she was in where she went. And after this movie became such a big kick. Did you know that Katherine was actually played the character again? She made a movie that was called. Wanted the Sundance woman from Nineteen seventy-six would yeah, and I went hunting, trying to find a clip of this and I couldn't find it, but apparently the setup of wanted the woman is at Katharine Ross leaves, and now that she's alone, and she's desperate following their deaths. She becomes best friends with Pancho via like what? I'm died to see this. I could not find it anywhere. which breaks my heart? Is Amazing. I love this hopefully. One of our listeners can help us find this movie. I WANNA see it. I know what it did. Find though is that there were so many spinoffs of Bush casting this I think because it was just such. A big popcorn hit it. There was this movie which Sundance the early days. It was a prequel of sorts. You have to listen to this trailer. Even when they made it to the big giant. It wasn't like the Gerstein. Butch and Sundance the early days..
"butch" Discussed on Unspooled
"He by him in slapshot. It's like Oh look at this attractive guy playing in the hockey. You know or whatever you know like. He just had looks like. He is final old man face is not very different than his younger. Ozzy. It's aged up. It's like Oh, my Gosh, like Robert. Redford incredibly different look you know or maybe I'm trying to think I. Don't know I mean I love the. Redford kept his hair and. A part of I was thinking about it. Especially in this movie is this idea of like male beauty and the problem is because Redford, had been really paranoid about getting typecast as a handsome blond like he and he had this really outside perspective of himself like people see me as a handsome blond like I've been told him to Tan before for certain parts of detrimental to good looking. He got so much in his entity turned down some things that we've actually had on the list like. Like he turned down being the young hot husband in Virginia Woolf in the movie version, because he was worried that he would be too much of a blonde pretty boy. Stereotype in mcnichols was like you're making a huge mistake and he's like no, no, no, no I! Don't think I am, but I think I. Think he did make a huge mistake and the same thing happened with the graduate. You remember we were talking about their. Everybody thought that role in the graduate should go to Redford. Hoffman, which is ultra surprising when you add in the factor that Redford wasn't that famous yet, either it's not until Bush, casting the kid that he becomes that famous, and he is turning down to start making parts because he's worried about being typecast as just like a handsome, ineffectual blonde man. That's so interesting. I mean again. Is this movie? Talking about like 'cause, the new leads Ito the leads of easy rider and and midnight. Cowboy and wild bunch are not these good looking. Men are traditionally good-looking men. You know Jon voight obviously is but he. Like you see him kind of not decompose, but at worn down from it and I wonder again. Is this a metaphor for Hollywood? I think it is amy I think it is. Hi I'm Paul F. Tompkins and I'm Nicole Parker and we have a podcast. It's out right now. Called the neighborhood listen. That's right on the neighborhood. Listen we take. From neighborhood networking websites and use them for hilarious character Improv and we have very special guests like Carl Tart. Tawny newsome Mary Holland Nicole. Bobby Moynihan Lauren lab guests and many many more new episodes, every Tuesday listen apple, podcast, stitcher, or wherever you listen to your pods, then neighborhood listen. This wasn't ad about it. I mean this movie I know one thing that the movie is beloved mean. How was it received when it came out, I mean didn't win the Oscars, but how did it? How do people think of it? Actually, the critics didn't love it. When this came out the critics like Oh, it's fine. They they kind of ruled. There is a bit more than I was expecting in lots of them of critics, even, Roger, Ebert, who've sort of middling reviews of it like it's a likable, I think. Maybe there was a sense that it was too fluffy at the time I. Don't know what it was, but one of the reviews I picked from Time magazine in. Here's what Time magazine said. I Got Vision Brags Butch Cassidy and the rest of the world wars bifocals. Unfortunately, the rest of the world includes the makers of Butch. Cassidy and the Sundance kid every character. Every scene is marred by the film's W. which oscillates between sympathy and farce. As Bush and the KID respectively, Paul Newman Robert Redford are afflicted with cinematic schizophrenia one moment they are. Cindy battled battered remnants of a discarded tradition. The next they are low comedians whose chafing relationship and dialogue could have been lifted from a Batman and Robin episode. So. Maybe he'll was smart the humor because he saw what the critics would see into it. Yeah, he really kept saying even at that first test screening. One of his lines was. They laughed at my tragedy. Wow. This is a tragedy. It seems so not like that. Lino, at Paul I think this a good point to actually take to talk to the expert in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. His name is Tom Hatch. He is an author who just wrote a book called the last outlaws. The lives and legends of Bush casts in the Sundance kid welcome. Tom You call which guys in the Sundance Kid. The last outlaws and I was wondering why that I was thinking like. Oh aren't Bonnie and Clyde coming later like what makes butch and Sundance the less outlaws to you. Well Sunday happened to run in to the twentieth century where they were no longer chased by posses. They had a sophisticated system. Crime fighting against them and. They were basically the last outlaws because everyone was was being caught, and they the only way they survive was by getting out of the country I, mean they? They were running into a telephones electric lights fencing. Things like that that stop them from. Having that freedom that they had had before in the West, the West longer place where you could just disappear, so they were basically the last ones and the early nineteen hundreds when they. took off and went to South America, and and less the the scene for people like Bonnie and Clyde and dillinger. Those people coming up just after them, they were not outlaws but gangsters. It that makes sense because I'm thinking about things like there's the famous Fort Worth five photo that things coming up like photography. Helped catch them and I wanNA talk about that. Because if feel like photography is such an important part of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance kid to. They could, they could rob a place and then immediately. They're images could be sent across the wires and people in all the towns around there would have it, and and so the net would close on, so you know photography did have something to do with it, and of course that famous picture, San Antonio where they were stupid, enough and ego. This ticket allow enough. To. Sit there and have the five of them. in a picture like that that was put in the window. They didn't know what be put in the window, they they. Basically had it done to send to relatives and friends and Brag a little bit because they were dressed like dandies, and they were typical cowboy type people, and like the to drink, and like to gamble and like the ladies, and so they basically knew that the end was coming. So Tom. You know what we do on this show is we've been going through the top one hundred list, which means we've already seen the wild bunch. And I guess it never occurred to me until your book to really realize that these two stars of these two very different films to me of the wild bunch and Butch Cassidy, and the kid that they were friends that they knew each other. Yeah Butch and Sundance Basically which we little older five years older but they basically hung out in the same places, and probably met at a Thanksgiving dinner where they were both waiters Sh- celebrity waiters at the Bassett ranch in northern Colorado from then on it became a sundance became a sounding board, because was always the brains behind the stick up. She was one of the greatest. Outlaws in planning a.
"butch" Discussed on Unspooled
"Wrong. I dare to dream and just like. The, Phoenix I was burned by the twitter flames. Everyone just brought me down. All I wanted to do is create a little bit of a fun story. While you know what I'll have, my fun and I'll keep it private from now on. Speaking of hidden dramas in this movie, there came a very. I found revelatory, possibly incendiary, possibly true tweet from none other than Ben Dreyfuss son of Richard Dreyfuss, and he said you know, here's the thing that everybody gets wrong about jaws including my dad. People think that jars killed. Ben Gardner you know the man who's obviously floating in the ship. He's like no. That is wrong. Ben Gardner is actually murdered by quint his local fishing rival. I love that is using the shark as a way of getting rid of murdering people competing with him, I like quint quint as murderer. A last week we asked everybody to call in with. Their takes on an interesting film festival. And you know what could be a reason to gather around will be thematically interesting film festival. That hasn't been thought of before, so let's the lesson. Prado fest where you celebrate the really crappy guys that just couldn't. Do the right thing like. Prado or the brother-in-law, Iraqi who was kind of a piece of crap in general, you know those guys school I think it would be really great if there is a Dorothy Michael Film Festival from the movie to see there was all about me. The had drag queens in them and characters experimented with gender bending I would wanted Alex to large film. Vegetable were only four for show pictures of ultraviolet, but For me and my droops to watch. Hey, I make invite you to the Atticus Film Festival this year we were showing the verdict, a few good men and amy's favorite young looking actor Joe Patchy in my cousin any I would like to see the Desmond Festival for new silent film because who needs dialogue when we have faces. Amy. I gotTa tell you. I'm into Freida Festival. That seems like a character. Actors Dream right there just. Crappy guys couldn't do the right thing. If there's Alex. Festival tell me where it is and I will be on the opposite end of the country. A whole room full of ultra before has my ultimate nightmare I. Don't think I want anywhere near that crowd. All right, so amy, are you ready to? Pop Open our our penultimate AF I episode. Has any as ever be. Oh, here's a here's the tin the film tonight. It's got up on split. They are the best days of my life back in the summer of sixty nine. Summer Sixty nine would start the stonewall. Riots Apollo eleven the Manson. Murders in the inauguration of Nixon Philip, the headlines, San Francisco giants manager tease, they'll put a man on the moon before pitcher Gaylord Perry hits a home run Perry proved him wrong by hitting his first career homer less than an hour before Neil Armstrong and buzz. Aldrin became the first humans to walk on the Moon Bill. Cosby wins a man of the year ward and jokes that it ought to be renamed the Nice Guy as far as we know award. Oh boy, movies of the year are easy rider midnight. Cowboy Hello Dolly and today's film Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid rated number seventy three on the. Top One hundred list down twenty three points from its position on the previous list at number fifty. Let's listen to a clip on. To me and hardly get the rule straightened out. Moles knife. Fight no rules. where? Rose. Let's get the fights down. Someone kind one-two-three. Go Three Go. I was really rooting for your butch. Well thank you flat nose. That's what sustained me in my time of trouble. Amy, WHO's in it? What's it about? Butch, cassidy and the Sundance Kid. It is the story of Butch Cassidy played by Paul Newman and the Sundance kid played by Robert Redford do handsome. Likeable Charming Funny Smart Bank robbers who'd wind up trying to run to Bolivia to escape their fate in evil destiny, they cannot escape along for the right is Katharine Ross as at a place, the girlfriend of the Sundance Kid, and this is a movie directed by George Roy Hill and written by William Goldman screenwriter who wrote so many movies. We're going to end up loving after this stepford wives, princess bride marathon man all businessmen. This is a charming as hell. Sunday apple, the heavy hitter of to movie stars just doing what they do. Yes! This movie is a very late touch western. I don't know what I expected from it. but it wasn't this. Movie feels. Very much like a film. Of People in the kind of having a good time I don't know and and especially when you look at what it came out against, you know easy rider midnight, cowboy, the wild bunch. This is decidedly not that. Yeah! We keep talking about this year incessantly right and it's interesting to see them all now. Put together in context. We brought up in the Sundance kid back when we talked about Minna Cowboy. Because this is the film where at the Oscars, the director of Butch Cassidy George Hill came up to the producer of midnight cowboy and he's like. Don't feel bad. You'RE GONNA lose tonight because we're so likable. Everybody's GonNa love us, and then of course midnight cowboy wins. But This like sunshiney movie that wrote into this year as everybody is wrestling with like what is a cowboy cowboy, a hustler from Texas, who puts on like a fancy shirt and goes to New York. Like what is this American man ideal that we're looking at? Is it Jack Nicholson on a motorcycle? Is it the wild bunch like riding into the frontier? It's like it's such a year of. Looking at what the American male myth is, that were telling you other in everybody fighting about it and coming at it from different directions. Yeah and this one is decidedly saying no, no, no, we want to embrace the old way of doing things. The the kind of sweet fund cowboy. It's actively not making a statement. To stack up butch cassidy and this kid against the wild bunch I think it's such a great example of this year in the range, and also the range in what kind of stories we want to tell, how because butch, cassidy and the Sundance kid new the wild bunch. They hung out with them. There's a picture of all of them together and yet one one filmmaker wants to take that story and turn it into. What's really like? A lot of the time, a light fund comedy, and the other one learns into the bloodiest grossest like you will look at the face of carnage movie of all time, and yet at they touch each other in history they connect and get pulled apart for two very different reasons and just from a historical context. They were part of the wild bunch butch and Sundance, but because the wild bunch of come out, they just changed the gang name to the hole in the wall gang because they didn't want to. I basically I think associated in that same idea you know they didn't want to. They wanted to kind of keep their own. Sides of the movie theater. What I appreciate about Butch Cassidy, and the Sundance kid is that it's a movie that I. Don't think is hiding it all the fact that it's trying to talk about storytelling in I mean this is a movie opens up with a shot of an old time. You film very clearly an old time. You know not even just the safety attendant, not even just the the kind of ridges running down the film, but it's you UC diagonal against one half of the screen. It couldn't beam clear that you're watching a screen of what the West looks like. You know this image of people getting their fantasy ups, it and And and saying like here is how we tell the stories about the men in in the.
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"Nice the titles. Yeah I just. I don't know I house of cards is like in my brain when I listened to it. It just kind of has gone through these little ups and downs. And it's fun. Yeah Hi it's almost. Like he took the rock experiments out of Sycamore medals and decided to make a whole album out of of it. which is kind of how I feel? There's less less Europe. SACCHARIN NECE on it which I mean aside from a- till then but like it's just a different beast altogether and also is the record where he really falls in love with orchestrations to which is like a nice nice change for him but she doesn't really revisit ever but this is the most stream sessions he gets also rise and fall. It's just like I mean. I'm always a muff where you put fucking strings and horns on a track and I'm GonNa be there like that happened a lot out here and to great benefit retirement he really knows how to produce them to. which is it's it's such a like a thing that so many people don't even think about like not only are the horns on for like how do they sound like what microphone? Did they use a huge difference. I also just think all these songs sound really good together on the album. There's none that I like really weird and it's it's just as nice little package. He gave us and and wrapped up nicely pass. Replace Your car like that. Feels a little bit out of place signals and like it because this week in the texture side. Ah Yes definitely can awful so I get that but also for me. How any of the record aside from the rise and fall of Butch Walker and the? Let's go out tonight. It's not number fucking one because guys I tell you about this fucking album. It is a Glam rock album and he just plays the fodder to a hill. Had good hot girls in good moves. Baby has ever done fine. The background she sings James. Love the words to hear track that and every time she said things have been like I know.
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"The hockey now braying. Hang on. Okay I need a recap okay. So what's what's left is letters cutters the rise and fall of Butch Walker in the. Let's go out. Tonight's I liked it better when you had no heart at the speed for the record these are all the top four and and revolted in fairly good agreement up to this point so like. It's it's getting tighter now and I would say really listen all these houses a couple of them that are just I. I wasn't sure I really going to enjoy them as much into research and I'm just like no. No this is like this is like solved. This fade okay. Okay Okay Okay Okay okay reading it down into it because like this is like getting tough I'm more than happy to talk about the spade. Now I'd like to see when he had no heart that's that's when he really forms his band at the widows and it's a very important too because this is really when he began having Co songwriters on his solo records to and he used the he's got the guys together for this and they did this and the spade together it's Bush credits which walk around the black widows. So it's very much real estate isn't it. I mean it's not but they still. It'll has songwriting credits off the record and then playing it to the mostly. He just did that because he didn't want to tour with him again right also to I love yes and no one would think it was weird. But it's just great because I remember when The old ninety seven's candidate country towel punk band back in the day late. They put up a lot of records. Frank Miller was it was weird shit and then at one point it got to the put out a record like a couple of years ago which is very broad rowdy and loved him and just like you guys are like in your forty. You can't do a so long about hooking up with a fan or something just like fuck we just did it. And it became one of the most acclaimed highest reading records in a long time because they just kind of had that spark again and this just one of the things. We're like greeting about the space. That this Butch Walker fucking let loose this him like just having even some of the songs like. I'm not even like crazy about the overall like synthesizers. Great fucking Song it really is. I know why question is a single is hard to say. Even though this time.
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"Down this sound better than the the whole album unlock. The trial will just so basic every terrorism although blown my mind Charon head of fucking top five. Yeah Oh sorry go ahead so immediately after that is Alicia Amnesia which is like exactly exactly what I want from this era of rock like exactly like the the verses are just like I've never I heard the song before but they're still nostalgic for me and then the way he just hits those vocal harmonies on the chorus and then it has the like the production at the end. Like it's just the course again. But then it goes into like almost like a Conga drums situation and then there's like some sense happening in the background and I just I really really tailgate. I sent it to my sister-in-law at like midnight. Last night she loved it like I just. It's just really really liked that song. I've listened to it like eight times this week. Okay so I'm definitely would fight you a little bit on putting this one quite mild head. So what would you Lupu. I would probably put waters. Oh Wow okay I the senator we could talk about letters okay. Let's let's talk a little more about left. So what are your takeaways of this. I feel like the the rise and fall of Butch Walker and the let's go. Tonight's is just like the evolution from left of self centered and I like it better on. It's like very similar in my mind. yeah just how it makes me feel an listening to so I think that lots of south center just it didn't hit that bar that the other one did but of course like suburbia onerous younger was like my jail. I was like someone under Strahan's the hands in my way is funny like that. Sounds like something my mom would listen to you now and I think I think this is one of those long. She likes from budge. Hello I'm surprised I liked it so much when I was younger but yeah I think many same thing like I like it but the I don't know it's not my favorite. It's again I still have such even though I kind of realized this week. That far away from close is basically a rewrite of Fuckin- jaded by aerosmith one. Can you turn on the flip side a little less sixteen candles a little more touch me by follow. Boy is basically just a rewrite of my way. Like pretty. Don't like pretty close. It's not subtle and then they just for the course of that. They just took the bridge from comfortably numb. I also take time to focus on together. And then he heard it cure lovey produce. I also really cringe at Rockville power. I can I mean I don't.
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"Speaking of guys. That's free eight albums eight slots we're GONNA constantly rank them from worst to first so that means syrup a guess what guess. You're so happy to have you. It's really exciting. And that means you also have another task number eight. We're not just talking about it. We're not you know we can all ginger minds at any point but what would you nominate as the worst which Walker up afraid of God. Yes I feel bad saying because I feel like it's a record he needed to do for our bright but I didn't need it perfectly. You said even like watching documentary talked about how he mentioned that may not be for everyone but he felt like that for him. It was like the most honest. He's ever been on record. That's great but there's some problems number one. I was one of the things like his father and so that obviously they can lease authority. Write songs but the problem with this records that unlike every other Butch Walker L.. This is the one album not produced by Butch Walker is for its produced by now cancelled individual Bryan Adams and the thing about right Adams like back before he was garbage. I actually like some of us like we did. And even this producer. He had a nice stark contrast some stuff that he did. When he works with? Butch it is just like an gray scale all the way through a more than any other which walker album in history every song sounds the Satan or about the same temple or about the same you know passing out yes scale. That is the phrase. I've been trying to think of an haven't been able to who to describe this album is I'd like earlier. I was listening to this on the trade and I was like okay. This is three sons in a row. Now that are the same tempo. They're all just excuse to Qatar with him. Singing Morelli mumbling breath Li like a little too far from the microphone and like the Qatar zones are basically they just flake record the album and then I think in mass just applied for verb to the whole holding him. They were like okay like this. It's really like there are some songs on there where I match. If I'm actually paying attention and listening to lyrics men listening to the melodies and like okay. This is a good song. This is a solid ballad guitar. Solos on this record are actually kind of scorching like it really like. There's some emotion except that every single sound on every single song is produced at the exact same level with Everett on it and so it all just washes together if they had like brought and I know it's a sad album but like some of the Acoustic Guitar and listening to it and I'm like this just means warmth this could be impactful. Fool like this song is really some of the songs are you know obviously sad. He's processing but like the dark for example the last song like that's one that's almost like the hopeful and is still loving even though it's obviously devastating and like that is one specifically rise listening. I was like this should be warmer. There should be an inkling of future and there just isn't fat anywhere on this record and just like it's hard to get through and to your point. I always was like I wonder what which was on. Like he brought someone else in and out.
"butch" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"By Butch Lee this is from the first chapter break out a jailbreak got a history here yet focus on Amazon's about why we deal with real women as myths girls who never really existed yeah again all around us and that we can't bring ourselves to see because scenes for white man's eyes is about non vision of ourselves so what's the deal with the real Amazon think about here in Tubman take six months in fact take a year and thank break it on down what does it mean to be the most famous new African woman in U. S. history what does it mean to be stuck in that lie what's the meaning of being famous while being hidden and disfigured and dissed plus jailbreak carry a toughman out of white history and placer in Amazon and new African story her story people story Harriet Tubman's life is a live weapon placed in our minds showing us what it means to be an Amazon which is why the capitalist patriarchy has for bidden us to touch on its for so long in this maybe for the first time we can see Amazons as a future force in a clash of peoples and nations not as myths but as players in the old difficult course of world politics we can also appreciate the bitter sweet Tang of reality as the peeling away layers of propaganda and disfigurement which of hidden Harriet from us exposes how much we assume and how little we have known new African women have already pointed out the significant pattern of its exclusion cultural critic Belle hooks said recently I mean if we can recover ida B. wells and Harriet Tubman to the extent that we recovered say Zora Neale Hurston I think that's important contrast because people want to bury that revolutionary black female history her story and Deborah gray white connects Heriot's treatment to a larger pattern in the mainstream history of slavery in which black women quote were reduced to insignificance and largely ignored and quote in examining the influential historian Stanley Alkan's she points out quote in alcon seems to omit women all together was accentuated by his description of slaves who came home he identified as part of an American underground those who never seemed calm to sambo ism among those mentioned were Gabriel who led the revolt of eighteen twenty Denmark Vessey leaving spare the eighteen twenty two plot of Charleston and nat Turner and mission conspicuous by its absence was Harriet Tubman if Alkan's had really been thinking of slaves of both sexes it would hardly ever gotten this woman who became widely known as the Moses of her people and of quote patriarchal capitalism's which only want Amazons to be exotic myths about forgotten ages and hidden Harriet Tubman in her own fame they both trivialize and exceptional as her these are tools of oppressor culture the stripped down and censored version of her life is told in elementary schools all over the U. S. empire so much so that everyone thinks they know her story already all of the doubt Harriet Tubman was born in slavery in Maryland around eighteen twenty she escaped to the north when she was twenty nine we kept returning secretly to the south again and again to help others say slaves escape for this she became known as Moses true statements by limiting her it becomes clever propaganda against her and against our people we're patriarchy has been unable to deny that women do significant things it denies the full meaning of what we do by trivializing them a daily feminist philosopher traces the enormity of what patriarchy has done to us in ancient Greece the goddess Kate also known as Artemis and Diana was sometimes known as trivia and represented by a three pay statute that was also the name is for the intersection of three paths which in many old cultures for the sites of mystical power she writes in gynecology quote in light of the cosmic significance of the term trivia as the crossing of the three roads and the goddess who bears this name contemporary meaning of the term in English be examined English term which according to Merriam Webster is derived from the Latin trivia mark crossroads is agenda is defined as common ordinary common place a little with her importance insignificant flimsy minor or sleight of course according to patriarchal values that which is common places of little worth for a competitive hierarchical society scarcity is intrinsic to worth does gold is more important than fresh air and consequently we are forced to live in a world in which gold is easier to find than pure air and quote so to trivialize Harriet Tubman the capitalist patriarchy pictures her as an idealized woman by their definition makes a life of helping others that's our deeds are squeeze in a women's assigned maternal role as nurturer helper and rescuer of men who then go on to do important things but her it wasn't wrapping Mother Teresa she wasn't even any kind of civilian at all she was a combatant a guerilla warrior carrying pistol and rifle fighting in her people's long war for freedom a war that rock the foundations of African society americ sees me about American society and that has never gone away think about what it means to be called Moses which was the code name the other new Africans gave her which became Harriet's famous warrior name in the anti slavery Underground when we check out the Bible we can see that Moses was a ruthless visionary someone of forced the boldest changes in risk surprise people so that they can survive led them out of captivity to put it simply Moses was a leader in a time of war so.
"butch" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"I love to bring up Jack and Mabel down there in the northern neck. You know they'll get less snow more ice. But Agnes and Lester now coming foia again. The the the Agnes unless they they're always on the move They moved to Boonsboro from Hagerstown. Agnes still has her your job working the register at the Auntie. Anne's pretzels store at the outlet But you know what took out that reverse mortgage. I figured I'm going to say poodle. I'm I'm leaving. I'm leaving putting it in the hands of others. Lester had to give up driving the truck for Walmart because of the cataracts thirty seconds. He wants you to show up to his nephew's wedding. 'cause you didn't last year. I told him I thought you might. We all got inventory. Wait wait wait Gary of another one. This is his second wedding in a year with the last year. You it it. It's his nephew. WHO's marrying old Butch Henderson anyway away? That's a Gary didn't get an invitation to the wedding. We thank Oliver Sponsors and as always this outlook for the sole propriety property that would be of this show. Any attempts to reproduce. Rebroadcast is prohibited. Thanks go get to wherever. You're going to go tell butch I say hi. Thanks for accommodating accommodating us in tests I just said I said all we just hold them to fifteen minutes. He went to twenty one. Twenty one would done was great though. It's actually great news when we return. I'm Tony Kornheiser. You're listening to the Tony Kornheiser show. We have played violet Mary earlier earlier in the day. Not Violent.
"butch" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"But one thing to an ellison i realize uh johnny majors came back and spent many many years are philip former spent the a lifetime there but in today's era though is it really that important the tennis now i tennessee's produce a lotta coaches is is that really a factor after two disastrous coaching hires in derek dooley and butch jones i think it is a factor paul and i think part of the reason that some of the problems that we pay it here at tim a sea of been due to the fact that we've had failed president failed chancellor's failed athletic directors' old home did not have okay tennessee ties and and may be getting a tennessee person back at tennessee is exactly what might be the ticket uh success in okay i i i'm not saying it it's i've heard that many many times i turn alabama football for a long time and they finally broke the mould of getting someone who had either played for coach brian or played alabama or coast for coach bryan with nick saving and and it didn't work out real fast i wanted to ask mr vault would you be satisfied with somebody like casey rogers or t martin any with that satisfy you as evolve fan well as i think paul knows of been one of the ones that lawn it uh john bruton all i built i still think that it's a possibility although not a proper build the possibilities mooted leading town here pretty quickly but better tarp to answer your question laura i think his like.
"butch" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"The they do they need to get used to adjust plenty indian mullin to me are the best possible options of people that are current head coaches that have a lot of this experience i don't know that point a wants to leave virginia tech right now though i think it would be difficult your two years units are great situation are you really going to a better job it could be viewed as a lateral new i don't think it is i think it is a better job ultimately though laura the tennessee job you have you are what you are and it's been a pretty average job for more than ten years lotta changes but still this was the one moved tennessee did not want to have to make yeah and they and they had they were forced into making a because which jones has failed to lift the program up at a time when it was much easier than it may be in the future in that white because of those failures especially from the duly and and you know lane kiffan falls in that category because of at that time who he was as a coach and then butch jones you would think that there is a temptation for john curry who has by the way as an athletic director never had to hire a new head coach there may be a temptation to find a flashy guy i think that's what would satisfy tennessee fans but the one thing that that you would caution is not to get to wrapped up in that in not get the best guy for tennessee and and i don't know maybe the flashiest guy maybe a big name higher like a chip kelly adjusting fuente a dead moment whoever it maybe maybe that is the best guy but you wonder how that factors in here because i don't know tennessee fans will be happy if it somebody who doesn't have a big name.
"butch" Discussed on Nancy
"I dunno i think the word that comes up for me is scary and they wish wasn't scary but like i i always like never wanted to catch any of like a butch woman's attention i don't know how to describe that but yet that's basically halfway feel and even the word the word i found like it's weird to say because you almost have to leg lower your voice a little bit to say it click butch from that so you can really failing up here butch sounds weird butch yeah it's like a horse saw just talking for just not for talking but should a better my butch choice gallagher so what made you start thinking about the word but in your relationship to it i think that for most my life have had long hair and i've always warranty shirts and jeans all the time and that was very clearly my comfort zone but something must have been off because for the longest time i just can't i couldn't look at myself in the mirror and i just felt like it didn't look right um but i was scared of the alternatives like idea let myself half short hair and i didn't let myself wear guys clothing even though i do think that those things would probably me feel more like myself i just didn't let myself engage because i just felt like i would end up looking butch in i certainly think that like while like maybe i think that bush is a dirty word in not only in my afraid of looking butch but i'm terrified of being around people who look butch as well in it feels pretty shitty to say that out loud where do you think this aversion comes from.