35 Burst results for "C. Max"
Duggan, TCU rout No. 18 Oklahoma 55-24 as Gabriel gets hurt
"Max duggan threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more is unranked TCU handed number 18 Oklahoma its second straight loss 55 24 People talked about you know all the stats against us and record you can still know what they've done national championships but we knew that it was our team versus their team And it doesn't matter about what they did In the past the horned frogs had four touchdowns of at least 62 yards including Doug and 67 yard run Tay barber's 73 yard catch came during a 27 point first quarter Sooners defensive back to Mont Harmon was carted off after being immobilized on a stretcher when he was injured in the fourth quarter I'm Dave ferry
Sheriff Mark Lamb Describes the Shocking Tactics of the Border Coyotes
"These people aren't dumb. So the coyotes, the human traffickers, they're not stupid. When they send a large group, a splinter of a caravan through one part of the border, what's happening 20 miles down the road, sheriff. Yeah, they're doing it there, too. And what they'll do in the summer is they're leaving people behind on purpose. And then they'll call 9-1-1, which goes to border patrol or my guys like my helicopter. And then we respond to go save that one person while the rest of the group goes through. We had one instance in the summer where they call this we went and found this guy the left behind. We had to give him three bags of IV to save his life while we were doing that. There were 7 more 9-1-1 calls on the board for smugglers that were either left behind or hurt or injured or that the cartels had left for dead. And so this is something we deal with every day in the summer. And then on top of that, we have to try to go out and stop these people from coming into this country illegally. So operationally, I mean, they're just putting their tax in us to the max.
Ian strengthens into a hurricane, heads toward Cuba, Florida
"Hurricane Ian nears Cuba on a path to strike Florida as a category four as early as Wednesday as residents scramble to prepare with supply selling out Forecasters expect a 140 mph winds ten inches of rain and ocean surges of up to ten feet across the Tampa saint Pete area however the exact track is still being pinpointed as Ian moves through the gulf and governor Ronda Santos says floridians need to prepare Floridians up and down the Gulf Coast should feel the impacts of this as up to 36 hours before actual landfall due to the size of the hurricane At ace hardware and Titusville which is on the other side of the state owner Bill pasture max says out of an abundance of caution he ordered extra hurricane supplies and they've been flying out the store We found generators on gas cans We sell chainsaws we sell them tarps we're selling water weather radios Meanwhile parts of the state are under evacuation orders I'm Julie Walker
Alonso, Scherzer lead Mets over A's 13-4, hold division lead
"Pete Alonso said a met single season RBI record in a 13 four dismantling of the athletics Alonso has 128 RBIs four more than the previous team Mark He homered doubled and drove in 5 to help the mets maintain a game and a half lead over the braves in the annalist Max Scherzer was sharp over 6 innings allowing one run in four hits with 7 strikeouts Francisco Lindor had three hits three RBIs and three runs scored Eduardo Escobar was three for 5 with a two run double giving him 19 RBIs this month I'm Dave ferry
US survives close matches to double lead in Presidents Cup
"The U.S. team holds a commanding 8 to two lead over the international team heading into the weekend at the president's cup The U.S. team won three of 5 matches in Friday's four balls competition with two matches halved Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas edged Adam Scott and cam Davis two and one Patrick cantley and Xander schauffele matsuyama and Tom Kim three and two and Billy horschel and max homa beat Cory Connors and Taylor pendrith one up Thanks to homeless 12 foot birdie putt on the 17th hole I was nervous this could be over that putt but it was fun The schedule picks up Saturday at quail hollow club in Charlotte with four matches of foursomes in the morning and four matches of four balls in the afternoon I'm Mike Gracia
Suárez, Eflin, Alvarado help Phillies shut out Braves
"Start a ranger Suarez get the better part of braves counterpart max freed and Philadelphia's one zero win over Atlanta Suarez will out just 5 hits while striking out four and picking up the wind and improved this record the tenant 5 Freed a lot of games only run in the bottom of the second and a sacrifice fly by man very free took the loss that dropped those marked to 13 and 7 Jose alvarado picked up the save for the phils who moved within a half game of the Padres for the second national league wild card spot Michael luongo Philadelphia
What a Man Is, And What a Woman Needs
"A few things I want to discuss here. First of all, I agree with your statement that this shows that women need men. My first, before I would say women need men, I would say that this shows that women need rationality or they need religion or they've been, but that's what you're saying. So what men overwhelmingly offer? Yes, exactly. Not that men are an emotional and all of that nonsense and too many men are. The irony is the emotional the men who think emotionally rather than rationally are on the left and they've been feminized. Yes. That's exactly. They're indistinguishable. Gavin Newsom strikes my masculine meter a close to zero. Also, doesn't he? Is it just me or I think he looks like an evil villain? Like you know those really handsome but evil villains. It's interesting. Whenever I see him, I can't get that image out of my mind. Okay, I don't have that image. He should quit. Working in the government and go work as a handsome evil villain in a movie. Write to me, you guys, if you agree with me, because I'm curious if met women, I'm curious about both sexes in this. Do they have masculine meters when they meet men? It's an interesting question. You should. People should. I think though we have been so be masculinized that people don't even think that way. I do think that way. You could say whatever you like about me, I'm a masculine man, okay? I know I know that. It's just, it's like I know I'm tall, okay? It's a given. So I am and I want men to be masculine. It's something I strove for, but my father was very masculine. And my mother was crazy for him as a result of that. So Gavin Newsom, Kevin Newsom, so he strikes you as the villainous and moved the handsome villain. He strikes me as the the anti max prager. He is, he's like the opposite of my fault. Do you think Obama was a masculine man? No. Yeah, I agree.
Scherzer perfect for 6 in return, wins 200th as Mets clinch
"The mets are in the postseason for the first time since 2016 Max Scherzer was perfect through 6 innings leading the mets past the brewers 7 two Scherzer was pitching his first game since coming off the injured list He was on a pitch count set down the first 18 batters before being relieved Scherzer says he was not conflicted about being pulled while pitching a perfect game Scherzer lauded his team's accomplishment A lot of times we just don't beat ourselves and when you do that other teams make that one mistake and we capitalize on it And we've done that the whole season The brewers got their first hit in the 7th the mets remain in a fight for the NL east lead with the braves Check Freeman Milwaukee
HBO Max Is Cutting Smoking From Old Movies
"To see this new thing, HBO is cutting back on costs. Okay, HBO Max. Try to save some money. So get this, they're taking cigarettes out of old movie posters. It's such a ridiculous move. They've been censoring cigarettes from certain really famous iconic movie posters that they display on their streaming site. Now I thought it was on a couple of years ago when I started to see. This movie contains graphic language just moving contains sex and smoking. I thought smoking. Why do we need them? Why don't we need that? Oh, warning people are smoking in this movie. All right. I don't know why that suddenly became the thing we have to warn people about. As if it's as bad as sex or so now not only are they warning you that smoking takes place in a movie, now they've gone and just taken the cigarettes or cigars out of actors hands on movie posters. Some people were on Twitter and they noticed, hey, you scrubbing cigarettes out of some very famous movie posters. Robert Altman's mccabe and misses Miller. The life and times of judge Roy bean, you got these Photoshop posters, you know, Warren Beatty and Paul Newman no longer hold cigarettes between their fingers, but instead they're just posing bizarrely with their hands in a certain position with the digits raised up in the air, staring off in a distance. That's better. You see they show the photo before and after? And it's outraging people. It's so stupid. It's ridiculous. 90% of the people who work at Warner Brothers are discovery. I bet they vape at their desk, a small snort Coke at lunch, and now we can't see a cigarette in someone's hand. I hate smoking, but it's part of the movie.
Turners turn it around, Dodgers rally to beat Giants 7-3
"Justin Turner and max Muncie each had three run homers in the Dodgers 7 three win over the Giants It was a three three tie into the 8th when LA put up four runs highlighted by Muncie's round tripper Game got tied up there and the next inning we went out and we just strung together several good at bats and we just made some things happen David VR Homer twice for the Giants and drove in all their runs Clayton Kershaw allowed two runs over 6 innings with 8 strikeouts but was no decision Evan Phillips came away the winner Jacques littel was charged with the loss Mark Myers Los Angeles
Fried, Ozuna power streaking Braves to 5th straight victory
"Max freed no here tomorrow and through 5 innings to propel the braves to a 7 one win and a three game series sweep free loss a chance to pursue the no hitter when rain resulted in a one hour and 51 minute delay I think that might be the first outing that I've thrown that ended with no hits So it's a first but I would have loved to see how deep I could have gotten into the game with it but I guess we'll have to try next time Marcelo zuna Homer did Michael Harris at three hits as the braves won their 5th rate and moved within one game of the match for the NL east lead Jim Hart Atlanta
Scherzer exits with side fatigue, Mets fall to Nationals
"Max Scherzer was looking for his 200th career win against his former team but the Washington Nationals postponed the milestone achievement by beating the Met's 7 to one Scherzer gave up one run in 5 innings but left the game with a score tied at one due to what was termed fatigue on his left side If I went out there in the 6 and I got hurt there's no way I could come in here and let the guys in the face and say I made the right decision So better to be safe than sorry in this scenario The nationals took a two to one lead in the 8th and a solo home run by lane Thomas off Adam out of vino and then put it out of reach with 5 runs of the 9th Patrick Corbin won for just the 6th time in 23 decisions giving up only one run and three hits in 7 innings Time area New York
Judge hits 51st HR as Yankees snap skid, top Angels 7-4
"Aaron judge homered for the second straight night and the Yankees beat the angels 7 four judge hit a three run shot his 51st of the season Andrew benintendi and Anthony Rizzo also hit home runs afterwards been intended spoke about judge It's a different game you know watching him up there and tough out obviously and makes good contact It seems like every bad So it's fun to watch The angels got big flies for max Stassi and Mike Ford yanks reliever Greg weiser came away with the win Mark Myers Anaheim
Cron, Ureña help Rockies hand Braves 3rd straight loss, 3-2
"Jose urania outu max freed and the bullpen pitch foreshadowed innings as Iraqis upended the braves three two Urania gave up two runs early but shout out to braves the next three innings Second baseman Brendan Rodgers liked what he saw from urania Great win you know we went up against a great pitcher Urania gotten some trouble early you know he battled his butt off and kept him to a minimum CJ crown delivered a run scoring single in the fourth and then knocked in what proved to be the winning run in the 5th on a ground out Jim Hart Atlanta
Márquez outduels Scherzer, Rockies edge Mets 1-0
"The rockies avoided the sweep of a four game series with a one to zero win over the mets Herman Marquez tossed 7 shutout innings for a 7th win his catch up Brian servant drove in the lone runoff Max Scherzer with a sack fly in the 7th Ramon was really good today He worked quick had a really good tempo And that curve ball when he's got that curveball going It's a tough pitch to hit and to not swing it Shows I had 11 strikeouts in 7 innings the mets with only three hits They remain on top of the national league east at 82 and 47 Mike mancuso New York
Dodgers pummel Brewers again, Heaney 10 Ks in 12-6 win
"The Dodgers beat up on the brewers 12 to 6 Andrew he allowed two runs over 6 innings with ten strikeouts his catcher Austin Barnes He was really good you know his fastball has had a lot of life on it They threw a slider really well today too We got a lot of swinging mask I think he had ten punches so it was a really good start Barnes hit a two run Homer and had four RBIs max Muncie Cody Bellinger and Joey Gallo each drove in two Milwaukee's Adrian Hauser was rocked for 5 runs over just two and a third innings Hauser drops to four and 9 Mark Myers Los Angeles
Judge 47th HR, Yanks top Scherzer, Mets 4-2 in Subway Series
"The Yankees may be back on track after beating the mets 42 in the first of their latest two game subway series The yanks second straight win came against Max Scherzer who lost for just the third time in 12 decisions Aaron judge hit his first home run in ten games his major league leading 47th of the season while Andrew benintendi drove in two runs for the second straight game It's a really good way to get some very good pitcher and a very good team So I thought we brought the energy from anyone and again we can keep rolling The Yankees got strong pitching from Domingo Hermann who out to ensure by giving up just four hits and one earned run on a Homer by Daniel vogelbach Time area New York
Dodgers rookie Pepiot beats All-Star Alcantara, Marlins 10-3
"The Dodgers crush the Maryland's ten to three max Muncie and Cody Bellinger each at home runs and Will Smith drove in three baseball's best team is 17 and three in their last 20 games and outfielder Mookie betts can feel the confidence growing We got a really good team and I think every time we step on the field we know it and we just go play like it On his 25th birthday rookie Ryan papier went 6 innings for the win Cy Young and tender sandy Alcantara was rocked for 6 runs and falls to 11 in 6 Mark Myers Los Angeles
"c. max" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"I'm sitting here with the man who plays Lewis and who conceived of the whole thing, max McLean max, that must make you a producer. That I wrote the producer, a writer, write, in this case, though we have producers and that my main responsibility is to play C. S. Lewis, which it's really a joy to do. It's fun to be that smart for 90 minutes. Where did you grow up? Well, dad was military. So we didn't have a particular place. I'm an immigrant. I came from Panama came to America when I was four. In fact, the west side passenger terminal on 48th street is about ten minutes from where I currently live. So it's kind of interesting that I'm close to that. First thing I had to do was master the English language been working on it ever since at four. Dad was all over. I mean, I went ten different schools from first grade to 12th grade. Oh my gosh. When do you come to faith and how did that play a part of? Well, I'm an adult convert I was 23 and Louis was the somebody gave me a copy of surprised by joy, which I didn't understand a word of it at the time. But the second book that was given me was the screwtape letters. Yeah. And I said, oh, I know this guy. This guy has been in my life for a long time. And that really is what sort of nailed Lewis as a key figure in my life. But I didn't read him very much until about 15 years later, more and more than that. Maybe 20 plus years later where I was doing a show in a theater professor suggested that I would make a really good screw tape. And I didn't know if that was a compliment or not. But I was really intrigued, and we had an idea how to do it and he said, well, we can get the rights. We would have a go of it. So from that point on, that would have been in the early 2000s. So it's been about 20 years of really investing in Lewis. Screw tape about spiritual warfare from the demon's perspective. The great divorce from the Holy Spirit perspective in both cases, Lewis is being so transparent. He's talking about his own battles of against battles with temptation and screw tape in great divorce how he resists the Holy Spirit and doing those two pieces made me want to go back to his conversion because he's always going back to that spot as how he resisted it, how he fought it. And he just got a minute left, but you talked about what he calls joy dialectic of desire. His Zane so it's hard to explain, but something that, as a kid, he remembers this something awakened in him. And he recognizes eventually, that's my longing for God, even though I didn't know at the time what that was. He says, I think Merry Christmas, if I find it myself a desire that no experience in this world can satisfy the most probable explanation is I was made for another world. And he also says that he doesn't think that that desire is found in this life, this life is only meant to pleasures only meant to arouse it to suggest the real thing. And that he thought that the best he could do with his life is to pursue that desire and help others do the same. People really don't say this often, but it occurs to me as you say this. He was a tremendous thinker and a tremendous philosopher. He put it in beautiful writing, but even those thoughts are really original, beautiful. We're out of time, folks. You've got to go to C. S. Lewis movie dot com. The movie is the most reluctant convert in November 3rd. Max maclean congratulations, and thank you. Well, thank you. Thank you, very much..
"c. max" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Is the ark of Texas show coming to you from the west coast, wait for it of the United States. Did you see that coming? I'm staring at the Pacific Ocean. I always thought that I preferred the Atlantic. But right now, I'll take any ocean. This is beautiful. I mean, it is so beautiful. I just saw pelican eaten by a shark. It was fascinating. Nature reading tooth and claw as gruesome as it was it was beautiful confirmation of the circle of life. Don't you think so Chris hemes? Yeah, and I actually hate to be someone of a downer, but I just read on my Twitter feed that Gavin Newsom, the governor of California, it's requiring the ocean to wear a mask. So you got at least a couple more hours before the ocean is unmasked. That is unbelievable. And in other news, a pelican actually, it's a whole flock of pelicans. It is going to nibble him to later this week. Which, you know, it's a sweet gesture when nature reaches out and crushes the Marxist pretty boy. Isn't that it's just a sweet thing that we live in the natural world and I just want to say thank you, pelicans of California for promising to nibble him to death. Listen, in our two, we're talking to John smear. It's going to get crazy. But in our one, we're talking to max McLean who this man has brought more C. S. Lewis to the stage than anybody on the planet. And they've made a film directed by my dear friend Norman stone. I can not wait to hear about the film. It is called the most reluctant convert. And it's about C. S. Lewis. So we're going to talk to max McLean in a couple of minutes. Chris, we got to talk about a couple things here. The alliance defending freedom. We're doing a fundraiser for them. I just got an email this morning that somebody took me up on my sham offer. I'd say if you give $10,000 to the alliance defending freedom, we can have dinner together and spend all this time together. Everybody knows, I don't mean a syllable of that. I'm blowing smoke. I just want the money, okay? You'll never see my face. Oh, all right, since I'm a Christian, I can't do stuff like that. This is it's such a joy for me when somebody gives that kind of money to an organization I believe in, because the live spending freedom is defending freedom. Doesn't that make sense? Lines spending freedom. They're defending freedom. They don't talk about it. It's not a bureaucracy. They are defending a religious liberty on a level that is almost incomprehensible. This is so extraordinary they exist. Please go to the website. Metaxas talk dot com. Metaxas talk dot com click on the banner. We all need to do our part. This is it's better than paying your taxes because this gets you results in favor of American style self government. It is a wonderful thing, a line defending freedom. It's at the website metaxas.
"c. max" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"c. max" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"And doing welcomed mcgeorge. And we're getting all that stuff going on and Nail was working with owning different stadiums. Go go and do vocals interest scared you and then he would come back and bring on vocals and we'd listened it wasn't they weren't really what's happening and We we got almost all the way into the doing everything else in the record and we still didn't have some vocals and That's a producer you you got a guarantee result so at this point. I'm like holy shit so i'm looking. I'm looking at these eight tracks. And i'm like so some of these. I track tracks only did a really good i mean but unfortunately they were at a different tempo and they're in and they're in a different key so i rented Skip sailors studio down in south central and went down into the back room which is like five hundred bucks a night of dinning. Go to harmonize. And i got a spreadsheet. And i got a sampler and i got the i crack and icons pros at six of those songs. The memorable transpose them onto the current tank in order to guarantee a result. 'cause i get you know. Maybe they should not going to work. And you did mention drugs and the really wasn't any going on actually Might be some big cranking on a real drugs going on I just only for some reason. I wasn't working that one in the studio with a nail.
"c. max" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"That you know these. It has nothing to do with because there's nothing to do with the cool. The the boast boxes of stonefoxes. So the chip. And i know this other stuff. It's really all about the guy famous all over the place and this is this is a revelation to suppose about seventy or sixteen seventeen ninety. And so i helped him doing sound with them for a couple of weeks and then I the the band thing was very difficult doing the playing thing so I decided to vote for in the anime to go to germany for a band. Neck-hold wind and this is an in the very early days of Of a big big shows and we had When pa kim electric music w. e. m. as a british company That was quite big at the time just to pay now but probably will come back and some point like folks and you know some of these older harley while some of these older branch will probably come back anyway We had the mixes five channel makes us that tribe channels on mixes and we. We had three of those three. They were put audio masters w amodeo as we had three of those and One of the things. I said to the guy when i got there was I took jack drugs. That went into the the mix and they were stereo jack plugs. They had to chip in the ring. And then a slave and i was like this.
"c. max" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Interview. So let's get to it now without further ado. Let's get to it producer. Max norman he is my guest on the eddie trunk podcast this week enjoy and it is a great pleasure to be joined by my guest on our latest producer. Special this is a guy that has been on this show a few times in the past and has always been nice enough to offer some insights couple times adam in the studio but i have never yet dedicated a whole show to him where we really get into his career and his entire history and if you are a fan of hard rock music there is no way. You don't have one of his records or several of the records. He's worked on in your collection. It is producer. Max norman joining us right now on trunk nation. Max thank you for the time how you been anything very good very good. Thank you very much and always not to talk to you again any good. I think he's been busy building a house. Yeah yeah just trying to start. Start to think about my retirement. Plan my escape plan maxine. We all need god already. Come my god. I must be a bit late on that one con work. I am kind of working on monday. So you're right. Yeah exactly. I mean just thinking ahead a little bit not imminently but it's nice to think ahead and have a bit of a plan so We'll see how it goes but yes I've always loved that city and there's a lot of rock and roll in that city right now. So it's it's a fun place to be no doubt i wanted to. You know when when. I do these things max before. Get into your discography and all the artists that you worked with and some stories there i always love to ask producers this question to start and that is where did it all start for you. Because the the path that producers have taken to become producers is often pretty interesting whether they were musicians themselves or live engineers or whatever whatever the case may be how they got into that world so for you. I imagine growing up in england as a kid. You found a path that took you into producing records. Can you tell us a little bit about that. yeah When i was in my pains of his in a couple of bands and It was difficult in those days to get anything. Done it like First of all it was difficult to afford the equipment Then it was all about trying to find somebody who had a van. And then usually the guy with vanden playwright. Well so you know it was so lots of things in the way so I want to play for quite a long time. But when i was about eighteen seventeen eighteen i went to Gemini aunt so then that in the new musical express which you've probably heard enemy sir. Yeah and that was an advocate. They used to have In the back for road is and you know kinds of different jobs and stuff like that and there was an advocate event for a sound guy for a german man who wind. And i didn't really know how to do it. Done a couple of gigs with the original. Skiing burrow actually The one with granting chills in melbourne. and gary moore. You max you know. Sam sound a couple of shows doing sound for them and That's.
"c. max" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Where you're at that voice can still be heard unfiltered uncensored say whatever you want at the record button in can happen. you know. i know they came to be mellow tonight now. Nobody wants to be nisha. Podcast gap with host a welcome everybody to another episode of the trunk. Podcast new every thursday. Wherever you get your podcast thank you so much for downloading subscribing streaming and checking it out bringing you in depth interviews with some of your favorite artists each and every week and we appreciate you listening wherever you get the eddie trunk. Podcast around the world. Thank you so much for checking it out. Hope you enjoyed everything coming your way last week. Lead afford steve. Whiteman some great stuff going on in this week is no exception because this week. I've got a great interview. And its in depth. And it's long and you're gonna love it one of the noted producers in the history of hard rock and metal music and that is max norman. I love talking to the producers. You get insights and stories from them that you rarely get from nobody else. And they're always fun to visit with and get those stories out of and max was no exception. Now i've known max for a long time and he was very generous with his time. He kinda got out of producing records for a long time and then recently is starting to get back into it again. And he as i've said many times to a lot of my audience. If you're hard rock fan you'd be hard pressed to not have at least a couple records in your collection that max norman produced namely blizzard avaz diary of madman. We can start there so a lot of the interview. You're about to hear focuses on the randy ozzy records also a little bit on bark at the moon. You also get some megadeath stuff here and lynch mob stuff. Why in t- the resume so extensive. I couldn't get to everything in depth. But there's some great great insights that you are not gonna wanna miss and you are going to be. I'm sure riveted. So i was. I mean i love talking to max. And he's a great guy and he brings in He's great with his his stories in his insights about rock music. For instance like you're going to hear in this interview. How they i in the beginning of crazy train happened. I never knew that story. You'll hear it from the man who produced the record or did he produce the record. He has an interesting take on that too that. I think you're.
"c. max" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Replaced the question. Well the i mean. Obviously john and barry do come up right away. Who thinking of. I got nothing like what i what i generally run into us to ask this question. Because specifically on the the black lab was like who is the the black representative for for pop culture and people could say maybe a rapper. Here their bus ie it's from baltimore anthony us from baltimore the basketball. Yeah it's like in terms of like the the breakout pop culture. Success is nobody really liked immediately comes to mind unfortunately saying there are some great filmmakers from baltimore that i would know as somebody who really follows a guy named matt porterfield who i absolutely love. There's a guy named theo anthony. Who's absolutely amazing. He's gonna blow up but they're certainly not household names. Edward norton is a great actor but he's stopped acting. Unfortunately josh charles is another one by man it's This he's right now for possible. Alleged hidden runs. And he's not want to. I don't i don't really have the answer. The question i was like. Who do you. If i was still a huge galls me of course but my ego is just so miniscule these days though now but yeah i think that's the thing and i think it's important that i think a lot of people leave. I think that's part of that. Issue is and true. It's like being an analyst or critical thinking exercise. You do the five wise and it's like why are people leaving this reason. Why is it that reason and so on until we get to. The root of it and especially with some people have interviewed different artists. And so on. It's like well. I could do better here or i could do better here. What have you always come back. But they usually don't and that's the thing for me when it comes to the pop culture thing. 'cause i reached out to a guy wanted to get this custom fitted cap. And he's like in terms of congress. What's baltimore and i was like. I am not putting a crab benefited gap and he had these really cool. New york has all of these different pieces of iconography and pop culture a representations and i was like you don't really have anything it's already going to be oriole's hat. What can i put on synonymous with baltimore. That really gets us over. That looks cool. And i always run into that especially being here as long as i have. It's like what's the thing we poppin know what you're thinking about like people who have left like you take somebody like t t the artist right like just when she was starting to sort of blow up in baltimore. She moves to the west coast. You know and chief. G made him a great movie about club music in baltimore to ban. Animal collective work which kind of bums me out. Riley you see them as like being described as a brooklyn band and it's like baltimore on the other hand beach house moved to baltimore but yeah it is. It is depressing when our best and brightest move onto the coast because so much is happening here in baltimore. I always i grew up in new york actually And the one thing i love about baltimore is that you can really do it here. Like anything you wanna do. You can do it here if you wanna put on clay you can put on a play if you want to go to a poetry slam and read poetry reader poem you can do that. And it's accessible and away and you can make a name for yourself here in baltimore which i absolutely love. But some of you want to move beyond baltimore. Why would you wanna do that. But if you intend to leave baltimore naked bugs. Yeah yeah so same. And i'm glad we have that inherited some. Maybe something for for people kinda growing really consider so thank you please shamelessly plugged. Where could he find you. Club the social media plug baltimore magazine all the good stuff i think i feel like i have already but i will say okay. Baltimore magazine. com is is the magazine's website tons of new content all the time including my movie reviews. Are there but better. Still subscribe to the magazine. It's so cheap to subscribe a cost like twelve bucks each individually. She was five ninety. Nine twelve issues for twelve bucks. So think about that it really. If you pick up the magazine twice a year ahead and subscribe It's nice to have the the object of the magazine in your hands but we should check checkout baltimore magazine dot com and then Yeah you can check me out on social media on twitter on at max. The girl a on instagram. But i'm not as active on instagram. But i play a little cello. Vitamin d cello. There and then i may on rotten tomatoes. I'm i'm approved critic on rotten tomatoes. You can see all my film reviews. They are as well. And i think back about it. So thank you. Thank you max. This has been fantastic. A treat for me so for max. Wise i am rob leasing. There's art in and around baltimore just got to look for it..
"c. max" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"c. max" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"To balsam on movies and if you don't know max then you've been sleeping under a rock somewhere. Well me well. I don't mean to be threatening. I just mean to be a defining. The person we are welcoming today He's a stage actor. Screen actor multitalented bello. Who's been doing this practically whole life max. Welcome to our show Thank you so much really a pleasure to be with you. And if you're if you're like me you do not know life without max casella in it and it's It's always. I can't imagine what it must be like for you so i just turned thirty five. I've watched you my entire life. And i can only imagine how many people come up to you. Going high. I've watched you my entire life. It's actually yeah. I mean Sure there's there's like two tiers of leg people who who Will recognize me. Let's say for lack of better word like the people who grew up watching doogie howser or newsies. Usually these were you know. Women like in the thirties especially newsies as concerns. Share these blue collar guys like watch the sopranos as a whole whole other category people. Yes so yes Yeah and you've you've just defined the breads of your career not ness entirety but certainly a book ends and we either people who just only from like plays right. We all saw you on broadway. You know we saw you in lion king on broadway and at such again. It's that's part of what i think is so someone who's had a long career. I've watched you on tv. I've watched even movies. I've seen you on the stage. You know they say it's i mean it's incredible to me and and so that's why when watching something like marvelous mazlan you pop up. It's like you know it's Because it's it's seeing someone that you've supported an enjoyed for such a long time and realizing that new people are going to discover you. You know folks that maybe didn't see that or younger people who didn't grow up with what i grew up with. Yeah oh i'm very thankful Thank you for your kind words here. I manage adroit thankful to have been able to work in this business for over four to forty years now. Wow wow and guess entering. You've got the ralph maccioni thing where you look to be about. I twenty five on the time. That even when when i was telling my mom because we wanted to speak to you for a long time. It's really exciting that it's happened. And i told my mom and she. We're going through all the different stuff. And i reminded her that you on mazel. And she didn't remember. And i show where it's like. You got a mustache. You look a bit more like a grownup and so she's going. Oh my god because again. It's it's like you're you're in. You're in someone's mind in their heart and so.
"c. max" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"The that's a joke that this list is losing credibility bothers the second foot content. Your mike glennon is sixteen for those that don't know he's backing up. Daniel jones in new york because colt mccoy who comes in seventeenth on this list is out in arizona backing up cuyler. Murray colt mccoy is ranked higher on list. Now remember a few years ago. Colt mccoy was way up the list on backup quarterback rankings chase daniel who's had one of the more fascinating careers in nfl history for a guy that really hasn't done anything but keeps getting paid and keeps landing somewhere. He must be the greatest dude of all time chase. Daniel is in l. a. as justin herbert's backup for the chargers. He comes in at eighteen. And these guys are full quarterback chase. Daniel was actually the undrafted free agent for washington in two thousand nine. Even though i don't take the ever suited up for for washington. Taylor heineke at nineteen very go. And here's what's written. He's got fight and athleticism as displayed in an emergency postseason. Start for alex smith in twenty twenty. He's only started one other game in his career. Two games so don't get carried away flashes and minnesota carolina's suggest he's got talent to stick after him. Jacob easson john wolford brandon allen joe flacco. Who's in philadelphia blaine gabbert. Pj walker gina smith. Aj mccarron trace. Mcsorley tim boyle cooper russia's dallas's backup and then two dudes. I swear to god i've never heard of james. Morgan is is the backup in new york for the jets. Never heard of him. And logan woodside is ryan. Tannehill backup in tennessee Not a lot of love for taylor. Heineke on the rankings of the top. Thirty two backup. Quarterbacks won national perspective. I warn everybody. I do whenever i do this stuff. It doesn't mean anything. It means absolutely nothing to gauge sort of the perspective from outside the market of what they think of your backup quarterback in this particular case. Yeah i would. I would certainly take exception with tele mind would certainly take exception with a few of the others like like like a case keenum You know. I don't know you have to find that thoroughly him being ahead of and i would say this and look. It's one game. I think we all understand that. But if you rank each guys best game out of those quarterback you just went through heineke game against the blocks is what top five maybe number one like how many guys have demonstrated inability to play at that high of a level in that big of a spot and it's one game. Everyone understands that the sample size is small but the fact that he is shown that he can play at that level in that old. I think that's something and again. It's just worthy of further exploration. You know what. I don't know if you've talked about this. But what can be said about heineke during those you know press conference. Yeah over the last few weeks where he gets asked about heineke and look. I know he's the quarterbacks. Go like he's not gonna shred. Honey you put you know you get the has well. What's the what's the way that heineke can show that. He's not a flash in the pan and says stay on the field. That's it you know. Just stay healthy. And that's the thing. If if there was a magic one we could wave. that could guarantee that he won't get hurt because that's been a thing he's been hurt a ton he got hurt during. Ota practices right. He got caught up with the citizens. But if you could guarantee that he doesn't get hurt. To what extent would that change the way we do think of wealth. He's gonna stay healthy. There is something to him like. He can play the position. He has this incredible relationship with scott turner. He does the offense he can run. He's gutsy he's got moxie you know baby. There is limited arm strength. But i think that there is something with this guy and dismissal of him by some. I just don't like that's ridiculous. The openminded through. That's all yeah. I think that's a reasonable position. And that was my position. After watching the tampa game. I think the tampa game gets blown up a little bit. I'm sure on this list. Marcus mariota tyrod taylor. And you know case keenum and teddy bridgewater of had great games you know as starters during the course of their career I mean help mitch. Trubisky was having at one point in that year when they went thirteen. Three or twelve and four. You know a pro bowl kind of year. Even though i think he stinks. I just the buccaneer games so interesting to me. Because he was really good and he was really good considering that you know he was starting a playoff game Something by the way ryan fitzpatrick's never done and he throws three hundred yards and he also took some bad sacks when they actually had a chance with the ball you know he threw a pick in the game. They had multiple chances with the ball to take the lead or tied. The game late and it didn't happen like it didn't happen at the end. The carolina game either. So i don't know i. I love the way he played in that game. I love the way he played the carolina game in in part of it is because we were watching a guy essentially on one leg with you know guile and experiences in leadership play well enough but really not physically capable of doing it. And then we see taylor taylor heineke come in and all the sudden the balls being pushed down the field you know consistently. And he's taking chances and he's running around and he's making plays i i'm intrigued. I'm glad they re signed him. But i think their actions. I'll speak louder than anything else that any of us can say. They desperately sought a starting quarterback in the off season whether it was for this year or for the medium to long term future. They did not think when the season ended. That taylor heinecke was their quarterback of the future. If they were convinced of it they wouldn't have taken the actions that.
"c. max" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Sweat is that spider attack. Like what is that Something else that he had to put on his arm. Like how do you go exactly what you're feeling. And how do you know exactly what to be looking for and the answer is you don't and so what wonder about this too is is that will be going to do a thing which is done previously which is initially there's heightened enforcement and then like a few weeks later it's kind of forgotten a few years ago. Mlb made a big deal of enforcing another existing rule. Which is called the batter's box rule. You have to keep a foot in the batter's box at all time. You know with the exception of like multiple potential accepts and the point of that was. Hey these games are slow speed long. Yeah we got to speed this up. Watch a baseball game now. Let me know the next time. The batter's box rules in fort. It isn't enforce. It went by everything. Regress right back to the way it had been and i do wonder about that with this if for now it's a big thing in a big show but a few weeks from now it'll be forgotten. We'll see all right. Let's get to what happened last night but specifically before our big picture before we get to what happened specifically. What are the rules right now. Are the empires required to check once twice or not at all is it based on their discretion and then what can the opposing manager due to get the umpire to check again. Like joe girardi did last night is that a is that at the empire's discretion. Can the manager doing do it multiple times. What are the rules around this. Yeah so employers are required sex. Starting pitcher and relief pitchers the sort of the edict is what to do it in a way. That doesn't interfere with the games. Do you really want to do with between innings and you know. They say that they can do it quickly and efficiently again. We'll see on something like that. Managers can request for checks. But it's not like managers dictate the checks still on the empire's to execute the checks but the kind of the gist of it. If you're starting pitcher.
"c. max" Discussed on Uncovered Cinema Podcast
"Happy and for this kid though the flowers to there's yeah there's a lot of red in at first. I thought it had to do with things that were about. Self body image issues. You know like the lipstick. She scared so she hides in she scared of like social interactions of hides in the suitcase. And that's her kind of like safe-space so but now i'm i'm thinking that it had more to do with like their things that they had in common with each other there's more about like highlighting the commonalities of these two friendships that that had bonded over throughout this movie because there's things that he shares at a red of hers as well i don't know i think about i think the red the red indicates just their happiness because it only shows up when they're happy it doesn't show up when they're sad or depressed or when they're finer yeah it only shows up when they're happy right when she was getting married when she was full herself because she got rid of her a scar she got those bright red high heels when he was getting kissed all up on that girl. By a at the overeaters anonymous you know the girl that has the The the like she has to. She's a name she has to have sex. Oh yeah yeah yeah. Yeah and then so maybe that did make him happy but that was where he said he was confess old. Right yes fussell and puzzle which is my favourite new word. It means confused and puzzled at the same time. You are welcome. Yes thank you for that that That ad in there for the writers for me. I just love their names like mary. Daisy dinkal and max. Jerry horowitz like. That was a number me. I'm like i'm happy that that's great. Mary daisy tinkle. So grammarian daisy dingle. It's just loved that she just got just you know. She picked his name out of the phone book. And it's like here you go. Yeah yeah and then just started writing. It was totally just by chance that they that they meet each other. And it's like i dunno it. Relationships are kind of like that in a way as we need them but also they caused us a lot of anxiety and stress. You know there was a point where he would read a letter and you just have total freak out and that's kind of where identify with them. It just basically a quarter and just move his head back and forth and having anxiety attack. And we're can be in the fetal position and it's funny though because it's like yeah we also need to you know we need these relationships because that was the only thing that kept him going but they also scary at times to build and It one point and even put them into like a mental mental institution The yes yeah which is which is crazy and he thought about never riding her again but like you know it was You know he's obviously glad he did. Because they they continue to grow that relationship with beneficial for both of them because you know she ultimately ended up writing her thesis on on him and trying to find a cure for him. Yeah wrote a book to. Yes which. I'm assuming was part of the true was part of that true story so that's something i'm lookin' into yeah and it showed her destroying the books. I wonder what that means that representatives. She like actually did destroy a shipment of her books or did she just get rid of that. One totally i i don't know but it did. It did show her destroying books in the movie..
"c. max" Discussed on Uncovered Cinema Podcast
"But i didn't expect learn something. And i definitely didn't expect to be sobbing like a baby at the end of the movie either instead. I'm getting joke w thinking about the movies. Oh i'm gonna we seen this one already so the beans on that one. It's okay it's okay. you're traveling we won't talk you haven't seen it. We won't talk about it. Yeah moody expect. But no yes. So the synopsis spanning twenty years in two continents mary max recount pen pal relationship between two very different people. Mary dinkal a chubby lonely eight-year-old living in the suburbs of melbourne australia. And max horowitz. A severely obese forty four year old jewish man with asperger's syndrome living in the chaos of new york city. Nice yeah it sounds when you hear the synopsis. It sounds like oh okay. that's interesting. yeah it's like. Oh how'd you make this into. Why would you make this winter. Claymation exactly just it. It doesn't seem compelling and it doesn't seem like a good waste a good spend of money in time if you ask me bright and we seemingly have two characters that have nothing in common other the fact that once chubby ones obese and that maybe hits a heart string with me as well but we keep moving forward and yet the seemingly don't have anything in common a little girl and the others you know acidic jew new york so it's interesting so that's gonna play out yet when i went on zoom the research on the some filmed the one thing that really excited me was the fact that was written and directed by the same person. I happened to find movies that are written directed by the same people to be more entertaining and more Mike catching yeah. Yeah because it was written usually walk the becomes a passion project for them so something that they've invested their you know more than their time and effort and this is this is this. Is their life gap. Exactly this is like this is the past. Three years for years is somebody's life you know so. It was written and directed by adam. Elliot and was produced by melania combs. So but before we get too much into the film you guys like to do..
"c. max" Discussed on Uncovered Cinema Podcast
"When i was a kid my teacher miss chavez your mom ask. She was my teacher. We know each other. She had his right to pen pals in new york right after nine. Eleven and i personally. I ended up talking to my pen pal for the better part of the year about all kinds of different things stuff. That was going on at my school about my issues and you should. I couldn't tell my close friends because it had to do with them. Girls i liked. You know things like that and he would tell me the same stuff right anything like that. Was he like Forty five year old autistic jewish man. No no no. It wasn't no. He was just a kid. Just a kid our same age and everything i ask because that is living to today's movie of course which breaking down a matt. Mary and max the claymation animation and yeah i didn't i don't think i ever yeah i i did have a pen pal deal but i honestly can't remember anything remarkable about it and i definitely didn't talk to him at length but i think that is kind of remarkable that you're dealing with talking with somebody that experienced you know nine eleven close within the same city at least say they were close enough to you know. Have the soot fall on their windows. So that's probably a pretty memorable experience. I think and also very similar to again the movie today because the main character was a new york as well right yet. The character max. Yeah a based out of new york. So would you like to read the synopsis. Let's say hi i. Hey guys what's going on and welcome to this episode of uncovered cinema on brian. Well and. I'm actually vacationing in vegas right now. So we're doing this remotely but it's pretty fun than not to know. I have the confidence to be able to record like super high quality audio What i'm not in front of my studio at home you know we have. We've invested in a lot of things to to make a professional production that we that we that we put on every week in in our lives is what we do for career. So i'm really feeling confident at the moment that i'm able to to do this outside of the the the house in so yeah might might spread my wings a little bit more start traveling now that i feel like we can. We can do it but yes it's cool. The future is agile so today guys we have a wonderful for you called mary and max. This one was a surprise for me because when when we agreed to do this last week. I was like okay. Yeah i'll do. I secretly have a love for claymation. And they're awesome awesome movies especially because of all the work that goes into making claymation. You're literally doing one sixtieth of a second one. Twenty four th of a second in s at a time. You're filming this movie. One frame at a time and so much work goes into the into making the sets that are that are made out of clay and especially this movie is so so much complexities in clays and everything. That was going..
"c. max" Discussed on Do By Friday
"Is this. Is Max's personal bathroom supplies drawer. So this is the one that's not shared and these are all of my personal bathroom accoutrements. What what's the brass ball? grabber down by dental tools. That's a barbecue testicle ranch. What is that? That's A. It's a tongue scraper breakfast Russia's Japanese no time scraper scraper you brush your teeth scraping across your tongue. I'll say I I don't actually use the. I got that one out of curiosity and I I. It's not it's no good I prefer I like a plastic on that I got a target. You put it in the autoclave. How do you clean it? Yeah Yeah this thing looks very upsetting. Okay well I let's move anyway. Nice this is what you've got here is. Oh God you got your emergency God. This is so enviable. You've got your your picks you've got razor blades. This beautiful Max. Why thank you emergency C.? You know because I was trying that for a while I was trying that for. I was drinking emergency agency for a while in an attempt to not get sick all the time we talked about a lot of people wrote in and said actually it's bad. Yes we talked about kidney stones. Yeah I'm GONNA anymore all right all right. I already have it organized in the drawer. Okay do by Friday dot Com. Sorry okay could if I had no show notes anyway This week I want to thank our friends for the Tenth Week. We got wonderful friends. At extreme restraints. You ever learn away to scrape your tongue with something brass. What if your penis turns into a Werewolf back to you Max? All right next up is just one of my mini magic. Jurors have a lot of these but this one has coined. I see a live clown my magic drawer. Yes in a workshop. Sounds Gay are drawers. I just want you guys would enjoy just seeing this drawer of crazy like special. I Love Your coin slots that I think I've had to tell like everyone. Everyone in my house. I've had to say like. Hey if you ever see like a penny lying around that could be like a forty dollar penny do not don't don't discard it or putting pocket touch my pennies can't never touch a penny Bernie. Any Sanders wins next is. I can't my wall of camera stuff that's just my peg board wall Why so many Lissi hard drives because they use them to store files on file well they have different video live? They have different final pro libraries stories on them. This looks like the least sexually appealing sex dungeon. I have ever ever seen a lot of tape. Oh what do you what do you do with this girl apart. But those feel good coming out all right The tape Alad so you. I don't know why you don't have that much in the cards. Av 'cause I use all six of those tapes. No we do you. But that's many people not a single people but I need. There's different types of tape taped painters cat six tapes you. You didn't metallic metallic conduit tape. And then there's wide gaffer's tape Mattel. Oh my God. The dice store. Wait a minute are you making monopoly Lee hotels what what are the. What is it that my game design drawer of pieces and parts from Games? Okay I saw this at the hobby shop. You can build your own look uh other sets like a build your own games that has seen the well. This one is stuff that this ship that I ordered Amazon. Okay this is really cool. But basically if I'm working on a game prototype type and I need little little cubes or something. I have them. What are the starbucks bars? Your left hand. What are those? Those are the via pod that Merck recommended. I put them in my in my travel in my travel bag as travel coffee in case on my attacks gold travels situation where I can't get a good coffee. I I have not tried one yet but I think Marco has good taste your coffee so I'm going to be able to shot Alex Juicy. You know the the staff at the Animal Hotel were Max is in the bathroom right now. They keep moving his coffee and taking it away. Oh Oh he's having trouble maintaining the coffee. Are you at the Animal Kingdom Hotel. I know the you know what all listen to the show. I'm glad you weren't trampled by Rhino. So you don't don't worry is either. I have a feeling that well. It's I don't want upset but he's in a place that's warm. This is the only point I'm trying to make. Is that earlier in the call. Oh my God. We're both outside the system. I was saying how crazy is that. I think the only time you talk to each other is in the text message thing because I don't know what what the fuck is happening. I assume Alex does know. Sometimes you don't know what's going on either. Do you think ever know what's going on the you know. What they they say about? Assumptions yes delicious. They're they're yummy. Max Is that a pestle. Is that a mortar. And pestle for your for your spices up there. Where are looking out? Oh Husky Husky drawer camera. Batteries In loops and then you've got like it. Looks like a coffee maker for a mouse is that I set a candle or or a spice grinder. Oh the thing on top image one three seven six dot J. Peg. Yeah take a look at this. y'All I'm a mouse and I like coffee. I'm moving mcaulifee circles. Who that's.
"c. max" Discussed on Do By Friday
"Yeah the feels. It was really like Whoa this. I'm not sure okay. So like for example yes. We did accidentally kill our elephants accidentally. Yes some some kind of automated door did kill a guerilla at the zoo. There's been all kinds of shit that happened there and like when you walk in knowing that and just and just doing that this whole enterprise. I'm not I'm not trying to be. I'm not trying to be controversial here but I am saying like Louis. CK Bit where he's like he was talking about one time he was like an he was in lake. An in in Asian market like an open airy market and he was talking about all the weird stuff that they sell and he passed a barrel of was it. I think it was duck vaginas and you can just there was like a scoop sticking out of it and you could just like you can put them in nearby you put them in your bag. And he was like yeah bulk docked doc Virginia's and and he was like man we've really made ducks are bitch like we're selling. We're selling their vaginas by the bucketful. We we can get the ducks we can sex the the ducks after we sex the ducks will let them live for a while. Then we're going to literally remove their vaginas. Yes the ducks will die and then those going to barrel and get a scoop fuck you docu. Doctors that is that is the zoo. Feeling right though homage uh-huh and then and then you get it you get a drink and a monkey shaped cop and you're like what the fuck am I doing like we've really made these animals are bitches. They're living in a little little pen. It looks like their natural habitat well until like hamburger. I'm not trying to be con- yeah right. I'm not trying to Monterey. The Monterey Bay Aquarium Graham has these not only has seafood but has signs explaining why their seafood is good seafood. He 'cause it's sustainable at the aquarium from Star Trek but I'm really not trying to like be gross and on but I am trying to say that the reason I say this is that the zoo zoo is meant to evoke a certain kind of high-minded scientific ism kind of high minded humanity and a kind find it very high minded emotional connection to the creatures. It's meant some into vogue all the things and and the thing with the duct vaginas of this is like e snap about and you see the Matrix for a minute and you go like whoa something about the doesn't quite feel right. I'm not sure I should feel that scientific ism about this. I've an idea about that. I think part of the fancy of the zoo is the idea that if we're just sort of scientific enough and we manage everything enough we can save all these animals right like it's like. Oh the bad news is you're looking at one of the last black rhinos on the face of the planet but the good news is if we like learn enough about them and study them raise them in captivity. Eventually we can like save the species and put them back into the wild and I find that to be a very I find it to be a very seductive ideology in the sense that it doesn't even seem like an ideology. It just seems like common sense. It doesn't seem like thing you have to believe but of course that's what what an that's exactly what it is. Yeah but but it is ideology because it has this fantasy of like. What's wrong with the planet is that we haven't quite tinkered and we need to get in there and twist the knobs a little bit more and if we if we just get over all the numbers lined up right? We'll save all the rhinos and we won't the problem. Is that the pro like like we need to. We need to change. That's the whole problem is like there's no tinkering our way out of our. We'll we'll be able to solve all this if we just get a little more science sauce. Yeah or science spray like we just you know what I mean like like. We're not doing enough if we do a little more if we get a little more involved that ought to do it this time. But it's also but it's also like learning the wizards true name in the sense. It's that like I was just taking a dump and listen to slate Culture Gabfest and they were They were talking about that Great New York Times article on the different textbooks history textbooks books in different parts of the. US haven't read the whole thing but it is really the part where it was really good and how like Texas versus California has even by the same company has very different front textbooks. But guess what the. Here's the science sauce. Those are all under the inviolable unassailable ages of what we call education in everybody but he knows education is good. You're not allowed to say anything bad about education because education is the thing that helps everything. It's the science sauce of children right. So that's how that works. Look what what science like environmental ethics class. We had to read it. We had to read this essay called playing God in this plane. Godden Yosemite and you probably know this story. It's a free pretty famous story from I think early seventies but the the ecologists and well-meaning hippy said Ou. Hey this is not cool man. The coyotes are like there are. There's too many the game of life. There's too many coyotes in there. Eating all their bunnies and now the sweet bunnies are dying. And so you go in and you try to just tinker a little bit you tinker do a little bit of westworld sprays him science sauce. He say we'll we're going to introduce more of these no matter what you do you fuck it up worse now. There's too many fucking bunnies right right now. The the buddies are taking over. And then you gotTa dump it somewhere coyotes and you can't go in and Fultz with that and spray science the bunnies. It's not GonNa make it better the ultimate fantasy here that this is this is the real. This is the real like like this is the real l.. Had fucked for me is like the ultimate the ultimate fantasy. I think that this is. Why is this ideology like so appealing to people the the science sauce ideology? It's because it imagined that we are somehow somehow outside of this loop right that there's this new of nature where it's like the the coyotes eating the bunnies and their population and this and that and that's that's over there that's the animals but we're over here doing our thing and we just need to spray the science sauce. Well that's not the case we're we're we're in we're in the system with the great palmolive commercial commercial of my youth. You're soaking it. You're soaking in it. I mean no. That's the thing this is this is this is the ultimate kind of Buddhist. LSD Mind Fuck is like everything we do is part of nature feature like when we if we dropped dumped dioxins on the people who are who are delivering the coyotes and bunnies with the sauce. That's part of that's part of nature to. Yeah we're not. We're not outside outside the system looking in as a like we're not. We're not the galactic this of bunnies. Yeah they're not trapping here with us. We're trapped in here with them. They must investigate further. I never can hear this calamity. That's happening but I'm I'm locked in like a source we're saying in a house on on the in the wilderness preserve here the nature preserve and it's very nice hospitality and everything but I'm locked in a battle of the wits with the housekeeping staff where I'm trying to make coffee and the only option is a coffee pot that that that I am required to make ten cups of coffee in and I have a little bit of coffee and then and they come and clean up and I wanted the other half a cup and then and then I come back in. It's clean so I'm constantly making new pot of coffee. I can't I can't leave it all. Oh and now. Let's play it. Let's play a game of what I Call Hotel Room Zork so for this game of Hotel Rooms Zork your mission as provided by the GM. Is You want some coffee. With a minimum of action was stabbed their doors to the northeast thus leave note increased dip increased. Make Coffee Fi. Make coffee make coffee. Yeah I just wanted to coffee I finally. They did Here's the thing. Monty Python is funny because relationships and communication are either difficult or impossible monty python. John is a TV show about how human communication is utterly fraught and that's under girded by. How difficult relationships are because relationships are are difficult and languages complicated? I feel utterly communicating to other people. I do very badly. You should see me to Chinese restaurant. Believe me it's a it's a real poop show so if I want somebody to stop throwing away my coffee I have to go through the most complex mental gymnastics cultural roll mental emotional. It's cultural it's class. How do I get my coffee in a way that I can live with? Do you know what I mean. But it sure because I've thought about what's the best way to approach it's different people who come and clean throughout the day and of course what are you gonNa put a sighing put a sheet over it and say do not touch. That's GonNa look good on Instagram. And then I've thought about maybe someone comes in and I say hey. Could you please leave the coffee. But that's not part of the procedures that's not on the manual and then someone else comes to check and they see the coffee and now they get disciplined right. which animal do you give the coin to twelve strokes out the conseil cones wailer? I don't I don't I don't know what happens at this establishment. I don't want anyone to master master is very disappointed with you. I can't and I can't be an and then what are they gonNA say. He asked me to leave the coffee and they'll be like you shouldn't clean it anyway. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah yeah well you know you are cordially invited to join Syracuse in me on the podcast that will never be released or probably recorded about the things that we don't talk about. We don't talk about things like how do you leave unknowns in Spanish that says please don't please turn off my smart. Don't touch my TV. Do not do not touch the TV. That's on TV boy. I'M GONNA go to hell stop turning scale ninety degrees. Why do you turn who turns the scale? Have you ever used a scale madame. Why do you turn the scale ninety degrees so so John and I? John don't discuss this because it can never be discussed but if we we did discuss it the theory would be and we need a good name for this but the housekeepers changed something just enough so that you know that they cleaned it Bats the folded triangle in the toilet paper Holy Shit it's the toilet paper Arrow the second toilet paper Arrow when when Veronica and I have our house professionally only cleaned I make A. I never have my office cleaned because it's too. It's everything I is to particular I couldn't I couldn't have someone in their cleaning and then I'm constantly going on and I'm like I have to go like mop before downstairs or vacuum clean like I have a lot of cleaning upkeep down there myself there are you there while they're cleaning inning. Oh I know I I'm trying not to be okay But same reason. I don't like to be there when there's movers like taking my stuff out. Because I'm like should I be doing something something and they're like please get out of our way. Have a whole bid about this. If there's any player that comes into your house do anything. It's their house until they're done. Get Pack your bags. The move I I would lose my. I don't even come in the house to like to like pick up. Pick up a flashlight or something. I Hey. Hey how's it going and in fact my theory boy. I'm this is not going to be released. My theory is that if there's somebody that on some let's say regular basis comes to your house house. They've met you over. Let's say a certain number of years. They've met you a few times but let's be honest. Ninety nine point nine nine four percent percent of the time they are the only people in that house is actually in their mind. It is their house right. Because you're not there you're not there like doing a disco dance or something you're just you're just you're just photos in an envelope law shit..