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France Is Outraged by U.S. Nuclear Submarine Deal With Australia
"Defensive pact with the united kingdom and australia as part of the deal. The us will share technology with australia to build. Its own nuclear powered. Submarines australia has now canceled along. Negotiated contract with france for conventional subs. Npr's eleanor beardsley reports. There is shock. In france civil. I mobile also say. Don't do speaking on false info radio foreign minister geneva. Deyang call it a stab in the back. We had a relationship of confidence with australia. He said this is a betrayal. And i'm very bitter over this rupture. The forty three billion dollar fifty year contract was for twelve conventional submarines and would have meant a transfer of french technology australian premier scott morrison said. His country decided to build nuclear powered submarines and end its contract with france because of changed strategic environment. I h china's power flexing and agressivity in the pacific said. He also was preoccupied by america's behavior. He said this unilateral brutal unpredictable decision looks a lot like what trump used to do. Eleanor beardsley
What is Self-Determination With Richard Ryan
"Conceptualization of self-determination. What is it you know before we get to the nuts and bolts of the needs in and the nuances of the theory quizzes. Talk about self determination for. Because i think that's an interesting in of itself of what does that mean among humans. What are we determining. Didn't some other terms like self-regulation self-determination is when you know what you're doing is something that you feel you're regulating and in other words that you're also a behavior that you stand behind or self endorse this is why it aligns with phenomenal logical view of self determination because when you act with self-determination. You're acting roy where you're willing to do it. And you do it volition lee and therefore you can be wholeheartedly engaged in what. You're up to in in kind of that. That briefest form self-determination is true volition true volition so there's a lot of things that can arise that can pull me away from a or even for me into thinking. I'm volition when i when i really don't. I'm fascinated with the phenomenon of colts. You know and i'm fascinated with the phenomenon of mind control So i guess you can have external coercion and you can have. You can have internal coercion. You know people with. Ocd people with lots of things a lot of competing you know. Psychopathology and things. That are their inner Taking them away from your higher self. So so i think that. And you're right you're right scott. Which is that. It's not parallel to the distinction between internal and external because you can have had her automous forces that are with it. you can have your own interjection. Have your own internalized. Stigma pressures biopsies that. Actually take you away from self determination. Tommy so the threats to autonomy are not just extra inter.
Australia Dumps French Submarine Deal for US Nuclear Fleet
"Australian prime minister Scott Morrison says the nation has decided to invest in US nuclear powered submarines and dump his contract with France to build diesel electric subs on Wednesday president Joe Biden has announced a new security alliance with Australia and Britain that would develop an Australian nuclear powered submarine fleet as a result Australia has notified Franz that it would end its contract to build twelve of the world's largest conventional submarines Marcin hood said US nuclear submarine technology wasn't an option open to Australia when the earlier deal was struck in twenty sixteen the U. S. house until now only shed the technology with Britain it's a move that could deepen a growing chasm in US China relations I'm Charles the last month
Biden announces Indo-Pacific alliance with UK, Australia
"The White House has formed a new alliance with Britain and Australia for sharing military and cyber technology for a security presence in the Indo Pacific region president Biden announced it's a natural alliance after decades of cooperation making sure that each of us has a modern capability the most modern capabilities we need to maneuver and defend against rapidly evolving threats what he didn't discusses that experts say China could view this as a provocative move as the U. S. refocuses foreign policy on the Pacific although an administration official stated the alliance is not honing in on any one country the first mission will be to help Australia acquire submarines powered by nuclear energy prime minister Scott Morrison via video call working together to deliver a site and we'll secure region that ultimately benefits for Jackie Quinn Washington
Political Strategist Jim Lamon on the California Recall Election
"Lehman is a political strategist and senate candidate in arizona. Also an army veteran and he joins us right now. Nice to meet you jim scott. Good morning beautiful. Warm air is warm here as well sir curious about a number of things and we'd like to start with what we were just talking about the recall election in california having been born and raised there and lived of my life in california. I cannot believe what has happened to that state. Do you have any any ideas about. Why not only not only do they have Two to one democrat to republican registration in the state but the the leftism as opposed to simply calling them liberals is is just shocking because here in arizona weekly those that are leaving his. You left protects us. We're saying the same thing here in arizona. There's some benefit to us of course because of the wealth transfer hits coming in our home. Prices are up things that they are absolutely unbelievable in california but On that registration guys as we see here in arizona through the audit that we have spent a great time energy and money for leading the country. it really in california. I don't think matters. It was just a matter of what numbers that those in power decided the number needed to be because we have such massive amounts of voter fraud here that we've discovered that the nation will see here in a couple of weeks. it wouldn't have mattered. How great a campaign and great ideas that Larryelder and others came up with and california.
Analyzing California's Governor Recall Election: The Three Waves of Ballots
"There's going to be three waves about that happen tonight. And tomorrow and leading up to the next couple days the first balanced that are gonna be counter all mail in ballots so expect the democrats have a major jump and that tonight but that doesn't mean it's over. The second wave of ballots are going to be people that have voted in person today or they went and dropped off those meal and ballots. Third wave is going gonna be people that meld in their ballots today or a few days before election day so could be short. Night could be a long night. It's always looked now. I believe this thing is razor close. I believe that there is a silent californian voter ready to rise up against the new regime recalls tricky. There's only one other governor that is successfully been able to fight off a recall in recent american political history and that was governor scott walker andrew. You live in california. Stop looking at the polls. Those are all garbage. Those are simulated. What are you seeing hearing on the ground in california. I'm seeing an incredible amount of energy for the for larry elder. You could make the argument that i live in a bubble. I probably do we all do to some extent. I will tell you that this you know you. And i were talking months ago. I was underwhelmed. I didn't think that it really stood real chance. All of a sudden the energy behind the recall movement exploded it was a true grassroots movement. Outpouring i mean you're seeing it in in liberal enclaves strongholds like santa barbara you're seeing it and coastal communities you were seeing massive crowds gather local communities getting together and in ways that i hadn't seen in california in a long time. Now there was. There was trump excitement all this this this blew that away. I will tell you anecdotally. This blew that away. I think there was a collective exhaustion. There's just homelessness everywhere. It's expensive we all look at the state. Is the weather the topography. The just the everything about it. There's so much going for it and to see it being run the way it is. It's it's a
US: What to Expect in the Latest Monthly Inflation Report
"Federal government will release. Its latest monthly report on inflation today. Npr's scott horsely reports. This will be the consumer price index report for august a couple of things to watch for in today's report First off is the overall rate of inflation is going up or is it leveling off but we'll also looking at what's getting more expensive and what if anything is getting cheaper. You know lumber prices have come down from their peak in the spring we expect to see falling prices for us cars as well in addition because the delta variant people aren't traveling or going out as much so we could see drop in the price of things like rental cars and concert
Antony Blinken Caught Off Guard by Hunter Biden Question During Afghanistan Hearing
"Welcome back to american i is. We were prepping for the show. Us catching literally the opening statements of the foreign affairs committee Hearing with anthony blinken on the disaster. That was enough. Ghanistan was sitting here moments ago. You tweeted me breaking story about list of lincoln's testimony which had to stop watching so we can host the show. What did tony blinken chief diplomat for the biden regime. Say rather not say john. Yeah so most of the hearing was basically talking points by the secretary. Say things we've heard from the fodio for weeks now not much drawn out in new news except for one moment congressman scott perry republican from pennsylvania. Asked him point blank. Have you been interviewed by the fbi. The first time blinken got asset question. He was completely shocked. He stumbled over his word and he said sure. I know what you're talking about. Scott very came right back and so this isn't hard since you get interviewed by the fbi. You said i'm not gonna comment on any legal. In england he said i'm not asking you to comment on the legal proceedings. I'm actually going to answer the american public. Were you in abide by the case and demerge against. Hey can i talk to you off. Line about it. A very dramatic moment. what. I can report separate and what happened. That the hearing is that both current and former. Us govern officials confirmed that the f. b. i. has approached recently approached secretary Blatant related to the andarabai investigation. And when i called the state department earlier today they said talk to the fbi about that. That's their business. So they're sort of back can't confirmation that something is going on between the fbi. The state department in your biden
Hey Saturday's Saskia Nelson Explains the Importance of Great Photos for Online Dating
"Sascha you. First of all tells a story about behind his saturday. Yeah well basically. Is it online dating for a long time. Pretty much is ten years on and off now all the time Yeah and so. When i came to sign up my photography business i was. I wanted to specialize niche as as as kind of makes sense for business on. I miss elected back. Oh my online. Dating days by. Because i'm a visual person and i'm so i can't scott the time the columnist of hartman. I kind of recognize the importance in skylight. They just use a massive photo when they want to market something. I really strong powerful fight catches. Your eye really really stops. She's makes you stop into tracks and look at it and might have three words without photo like believing better or something. And i was just like. Wow okay. imagine if you translate it that dayton price file how like powerful could be rather than the usual. Saudi larry fatos and that tonight of copy on agreeing off that basically and this was back in twenty thirteen so i did the research and november staying any while. I thought that's kinda vault because to me. It might so much sense benefits. Because i was a visual person is in king this is just kind of occurrence the people while i'm going to give it a guy so i did that and then at the beginning. Was this log like first year. It was this hard slog like giggling it because it was saying and me having a blocking across all the dating apps and things like that guy. Hey this thing you could get an. You can be ahead of the cub. If everyone else is using rubbish that you'll know you're really gonna stand out cypher. Not kind of grow and grow and then we have exploited yet lights up like on the yeah expanded to the sites as well. So it's yeah it's been. It's been busy times anymore now. Busy money
Former President George W. Bush Speaks at 9/11 Memorial Ceremony
"Commemorations were held this morning and shanksville where a hijacked airliner crashed. Npr's scott detro- was there former president. George w bush and vice president. Khama harris both spoke at the ceremony in shanksville. In different ways they both talked about the unity. In the immediate days after september eleventh in the unity shown on united flight ninety three when forty passengers and crew fought back against terrorists and likely saved the us capital and they both contrasted it to the anger and division in the country. Today after the ceremony was over president biden arrived in shanksville. He laid a wreath at the marble wall naming all forty passengers and crew. Who were on the flight that day.
Biden Urges Americans on 9/11 to Embrace Unity
"Today at this moment. President biden is currently inching phil- pennsylvania. He's attending ceremonies in all three locations on your city pennsylvania and then later the pentagon just here outside of washington dc. He's not giving any formal remarks but the white house did release. A prerecorded video message from him yesterday. Also something all too rare a true sense of national unity. Unity and resilience capacity recovering repair in the face of trauma. Unity and service nine eleven generation stepping up to serve protect in the face of terror in scott. We heard this desire. This sort of sense of nostalgia for a moment of unity. From president biden in it feels like that is a common theme. We heard also say from former president. George w bush and the weeks following the nine eleven attacks. I was proud to lead an amazing resilient united people when it comes to the unity of america those days seeing different from our own.
The U.S. Commemorates 20th Anniversary of 9/11 Attacks
"That sound was abell in new york city to mark the moment. The first plane hit the north tower of the world trade center. It was the beginning of events around the country today marking the twentieth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks. Shortly after the reading of the names of the nearly three thousand victims began and it would continue for hours lawrence. Christopher abell along abraham william abraham's and at the pentagon and in shanksville pennsylvania at the crash site of flight ninety three were crew and passengers wrestled with the hijackers were likely trying to target the us capitol house. We scott. you're joining us now from shanksville where you've been covering the memorial ceremony today. Describe what you have been hearing what you've been watching. Yeah yeah. The ceremony was at the flight. Ninety three national memorial in shanksville. You know if you've listened to the podcast you've heard a lot about the space over the past weeks There was a stage. Set up right next to the wall of names. The forty names of the passengers and crew that that looks out over the field where the plane crashed with the hemlock trees behind The the wildflowers. That that really are kind of the calling card of the site this iconic look when you get to the side. It's just these beautiful rolling fields of flowers. They're a little faded. Because we're getting to fall but you could still see the the yellow in the field and and it was a beautiful day here so it was just a really quiet somber reflective mood to begin the ceremony
The Delightfully Deranged Ms. Pak-Man Is Back With “Ms. Pak-Man: Breakout!”
"May be in the waning days of summer. But they're still plenty to do and as we do most fridays. We are getting some recommendations for arts and culture events. This weekend brendan kiley. Covers arts and culture for the seattle times. Brendan welcome back. Hi thanks so much for having great to have you okay. Your first pick is for a campy lounge show we like camps and we like lounge so tell us more about this right so it's called. Mrs pacman breakout. It's at the west hall of the century ballroom on capitol hill and it runs Thursday through sunday and The character is based on the iconic eighties video game character. Miss pacman by this fantastic comedy actor. Scott shoemaker who anthropomorphized her But made her sort of a bitter and angry trainwreck. Oh that's hilarious brennan. I used to ride miss pacman for like forty five minutes on a single quarter. I'm giving myself away there. But i want i which she can't be a train wreck. She's miss pacman. Well i'm impressed by your video. Game skills But yeah the ideas that she peaks in the eighties and has been cratering ever since and now. She's trying to resuscitate her career as a lounge act. But she's a mess you know she sings. She dances sometimes begrudgingly. But what she really wants to do. Is tell us confessional stories about her divorce in her pill problems her affairs her wreckage and there is a dose of schadenfreude in there which makes it feel like a bit of a guilty pleasure but his entertaining is that is. There's something else going on here. Who was all about cruelty and making fun of her. The show wouldn't work You know there's something relatable about her and her frustration with the world. I think if you ever feel like your life has been one long blooper reel or people aren't taking you seriously as you like. You have a friend in miss pacman.
White House Climate Advisor Says Despite Recent Disasters, Don't Lose Hope
"Deadly flooding wildfires heat waves and droughts these have been the headlines all summer in the us with similar disasters around the world to visiting new jersey earlier this week to survey the damage from hurricane ida president biden said we're at an inflection point every part of the country is getting hit by stream weather and We're now living in real what the country is gonna look like and if we don't do so we can't turn it back very much but we can prevent it from getting worse. Abidin administration is pushing bills. Which would be the most sweeping climate change policies ever enacted in the us. But right now. They're still facing major hurdles in congress here to talk about this with us is president biden's national climate advisor gina mccarthy. We'll come back to all things considered thank scott. I know you often talk about the fact that you are optimistic. And even more optimistic than you've been before about enacting the climate policies. But it's been a really frightening summer and a lot of people see these disasters and they wonder. Is it just too late to prevent the worst of climate change. Why is that view wrong. Because a lot of people haven't first of all having these disasters happen and be experienced personally by one out of three people in the united states. Which is what's happened over the past just few months. It's not the way. I really wanted people to get familiar with climate and get active. It certainly would have liked action earlier but this is a tremendous opportunity. We have and. I don't want people to give up hope and i'll tell you why i'm not giving up. Hope number one. I think the president is on target in what he's asking congress to support. I think we'll get it over the finish line but also i want people to understand that we have opportunities with already existing solutions on climate. That will get us where we need to go and get us on. The trajectory to net zero i- job is to deliver the solutions. That's what this package that. The president has been negotiating in pushing his all about
The Life of Anna Leonowens
"Anna leeann. Owens was born and harriet. Emma edwards in india in november of eighteen. Thirty one anna came from a mixed race family. Her father sergeant. Thomas edwards was english. Her mother mary. Ann glass scott was the daughter of an anglo indian. Marriage on anna was just three months old. Her father died and her mother remarried an irish catholic corporal named patrick donahue as a result of patrick's unit assignments. The family moved frequently but eventually settled on a city on the western coast of india in eighteen. Forty one some of anna's childhood remains murky anna and her older sister elisa attended the bombay education society's girls school which was known for admitting mixed race daughters of deceased or absent military fathers but in her memoirs and i wrote that after her father died and she and allies were sent to boarding school in england and returned to india as teenagers. Whichever's true it's clear that animator purposeful effort to hide her ethnic background and lower social class on christmas day of eighteen. Forty nine anna married private. Thomas leinen owens who was an army paymasters clerk from ireland. On the marriage license thomas combined his middle and last names making them the liens after her marriage anna cut off all ties to her family. In india in december of eighteen fifty anna gave birth to a daughter selena but the baby only survived for seventeen months in eighteen fifty. Two and thomas emigrated to australia while on the boat. Their son thomas was born tragedy struck again and baby. Thomas died at the age of thirteen months during their four years in australia. Anna and thomas had two more children. A daughter named avis in eighteen. Fifty four and a son named luis eighteen fifty six the following year in april of eighteen. Fifty seven the family moved to malaysia. Where thomas found work as a hotel keeper. He died suddenly two years later. Anna was left alone with very little money and two small
Bears' Andy Dalton: Looking Over Shoulder at Justin Fields Worst Thing to Do
"It's all anyone has been talking about. Andy dalton the biz. Qb one starting. Sunday night against aaron donald and the ranch yesterday dalton addressed his mindset heading into this season with the rookie justin fields waiting in the wings. That's the worst thing you can do is look over your shoulder and so i think that's understanding that is is key about tuning out the stuff that you don't need to focus on and knowing where you need to put your time and effort and all that kind of stuff. I think that's just where i'm at and you don't worry about all the the all the stuff i wish you all could have heard that as he was talking. Bart scott was laughing aloud. What was so funny about that image. Mike land steve is blowing in the back of an ear. Yeah yeah. I just feel like you're gonna turn around and go fill me right. We all know elephant in the room. And he just he just holding the ball handed baton pretty
Unemployment Benefits Expire for Millions
"Spoke to npr's chief economics correspondent scott horsely. We talked the day that the supplemental pandemic unemployment benefits expired. Welcome back scott. Millions of people are losing this aid. Just as there's this sharp actual like slowdown in hiring is this. What policymakers expected. I don't think so when today's deadline was originally crafted back in the spring the hope was that the job market would be on more solid footing by the time the aid was taken away and we did see really solid job gains early in the summer when it looked like the pandemic was in retreat but then along came the delta variant and it really slammed the brakes on the economic recovery. Us employers added just two hundred thirty five thousand jobs last month less than a quarter of the number. They added in both june and july. A white house economist. Cecilia rouse acknowledges. The government is cutting off unemployment benefits. Just as we're facing some stiff new headwinds from the pandemic from the beginning is an economic crisis that is being driven by a pandemic and so in order for us to get to the other side. And i fully recover. We're going have to fully recover from the pandemic and that's proving easier said than done with his unpredictable. Virus president biden did say that he will be announcing new initiatives to boost vaccination rates. But of course that's not going to happen overnight. And meanwhile the last of the emergency benefit payments are going out right. Now what do we know about what could happen. As these benefits expire. I mean half of states had already cut extended unemployment benefits. I think earlier in the summer. That's right about two. Dozen states cut benefits in june or early july and the mostly republican governors of those states. Were hoping that would push more people back to work. A lot of business owners had complained that these benefits were discouraging. People from looking for jobs what researchers have found though. Is that people in the states. That cut benefits early. Were only a little bit more likely to find jobs than the people in states where the benefits kept going until
Kylie Jenner Confirms She's Expecting Baby No. 2
"So. The rumors are true. Kylie just confirmed. She's pregnant with baby number. Two she announced it with another sweep video. Kind of like how she told the world. She was pregnant with stormy but this time she didn't wait until the baby was already want. That's how she told her famous fan gene away. Ooh every time. I just loved that. Chris acts like she doesn't have ten of the grandkids kids. She's like day of my life to babysit. It was so beautiful the announcement it was really beautiful. And i'm really excited for her. And you know it's so interesting. I know clear blue. Easy is kicking themselves. Ask right now. She's not giving away free. Promo but what i also loved about it as you know she probably would have. Do you think if there wasn't rumors to the point where like peatland had said something. She would've come out with this. I truly believe that she had hit the first pregnancy and it was so isolating and she talked about how lonely. She's about and how afraid she wants to go outside so i don't think that she would do it again. She's not a nineteen year old girl. Right this is not her first time getting pregnant. She knows that the world is going to accept it and her unconventional relationship with travis. Scott so i think she was waiting for the perfect time. I just don't think that she would hit it. The whole time and with the met gala. Come and do you think she wants to do it before they're going. I can't get a read on. Who's actually going to this gal.
"c. scott" Discussed on From Scratch
"Authentic was sold to apple in two thousand twelve for three hundred and fifty six million dollars and the fingerprint sensor first appeared on the iphone five s in two thousand thirteen scott is also the co founder of k four connect a company that helps users integrate disparate technologies into one platform. Welcome well thank you jessica. It's great to be here so you worked at harris semiconductor for eighteen years. You had some colleagues who introduced the idea of a fingerprint sensor technology to you. Can you talk about that moment. When you first came into contact with this idea there was a guy that worked for me. Nick fan donna. He set up a meeting. Wanted to introduce me to this. Other guy named del set lack. You know this was back a while ago. The late nineteen ninety s and I think we still wore suits or at least ties into work. Most days and here comes dale. Dale has long hair in a pony tail. These little bit bald on top and you know he's wearing a nose ring. And i'm just like who. Is this guy they presented this idea. Fingerprint sensor. I'll be honest jessica. I didn't really think it was a great idea. But nick who i knew exceedingly well thought it could work. Dale convinced me. He was an incredibly smart guy. And i really saw the whole idea of passwords starting to be a problem so we actually started a research project around. That very idea was the biometrics area A busy place. I mean you have Companies creating products to read your is. How big was was that space at the time. So in terms of actual dollars people were spending outside of government. It was exceedingly small in terms of the people that said they could do something. There was a lot. There was probably fifty or sixty fingerprint sensor companies out. There was it about your specific technology. The major thing that you are different from those other companies we we truly had a better technology. You know technically all of them really looking at the surface layer of your finger so if your finger was dry or particularly if you you're older men actually had a number of issues you know as you get older your skin becomes more supple. It's why we all have wrinkles. And so actually when you put your finger down on. A lot of the surface bay sensors the Ridges of your fingerprint would collapse into the valley's an audience was a big black blob. And so what we developed with something at least at the time we had brand named true print was this. Rf radiofrequency field that grid through the outer layer of your finger to your referred to as your live layer right where your trigger. Fingerprint resides in fact. If you sandown your finger to you know basically it's nice and smooth. It will grow back exactly the same way while you were interested at finally harris. Semiconductors the company that you are all with was not interested in pursuing the idea and you licensed the technology from Harris and then started this on on your own. Was that a tough conversation or separation. Yeah i mean you know. I thought i was quitting. Pretty good job to go. Start this other company. The same time harris corporation the parent company was exceedingly supportive. They actually helped fund the company to start now. A you had some fail demos There are some stories of you know you're presenting to the chief technology officer at ibm And your technology networking can you Provide one or two examples. There's definitely demo hell right so the one you talked about. I was meeting with the cto for ibm so he sees the demo on the other side of the room he puts his finger right down on the fingerprint sensor and it says hello dale set. Lack and of course is the co founder rc rcti. So i was joking like you know well recognized you as a cto. You know incredibly embarrassing there was another one with phoenix. technology the bios for Pc's we are in a very small room. And i was set it up on a separate table in the corner and all of sudden out of nowhere. The system yells access denied. And i'm telling you it sounded so loud in that little room and i ignored it. I was pretending. Like i didn't even see it. He's looking at me. As i'm giving my pitch like there's something wrong two minutes later it does it again so of course at that point i had to admit there was a little bit of a problem. But you definitely feel again what people referred to as demo hell tell me briefly about You just your impressions of raising capital. Here's the thing about startups who funded the company. But they don't tell you usually all the people that rejected you so to me. Raising money honestly is like the guy on the side of the road with a cardboard sign asking for money. Ninety eight percent of the cars drive by and don't do anything you know one and a half percent throw something at your give you the finger and point five percent stop and give him money you beg wanna about some of your early prototypes. Some of them didn't work very well. Can you tell me about that. So you know when our first product came out it. It didn't work our first prototype and i mean it didn't not like work well. It like freaking didn't work so that night we call the entire team together and there's probably like seven o'clock at night. I asked the question. How many people don't think we're gonna make it. I twenty people in the room i think. Fifteen of raise their hands and just raised my hand. But i didn't think it would look good. Because i was the ceo right talk about it gave a raw raw speech and then of course as is important any startup we will all went out and had some drinks so the next day Come back in we map out. The plan gave another raw raw talk. And then again we went out tracking. So that's second night. I can remember going home. And i hardly ever talk about work at home but that night you know. I remember sitting down in our living room with my wife. And i was just like rambling on. I was just like honey. I am so sorry you know. Quit a good job. You know we have three kids You know i've ruined are alive. I was just whining crazy. And i'm pretty sure my wife probably said something in those two hours play. I don't remember it right. Because i was so busy whining. But i do remember this jessica. This like at the end of the conversation. My wife said to me. You know what you need to do so just go do it. You know my wife could have turned around said. Yeah you're right. You know we need the money. I you know. go get a job. But she didn't had she not said that that night. Well thank me not have gone forward. So he's an incredibly important moment in my life. I'm jessica harris listening to from scratch. My guest is scott. 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"c. scott" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
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"c. scott" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Were different than what you would be doing if you were flying. As a you know tourist on spacex it's kind of the difference between maybe being the airline pilot and being the passenger. oh don't make it so clear-cut among my whole position on it but a it's great. I think it's incredible experience. I think people would care more about the earth humanity if they had the privilege of seeing the earth from space. It really changes you. Yeah i wanna explore that extensively incredibly humbling right to look out the window and see earth in. You can't see us. I mean you can see the lights we made and you know maybe the great wall of china but we're not even visible right. Yeah you can't see the great wall. Oh you can no not with your i. As a matter of fact you can't really even see anything man made with your naked eyeball certainly with binoculars. I mean i could see my house from the space station really well. Yeah oh my goodness..
"c. scott" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Prepaying or is humans. Happy sad confused begins today on. Happy said confused. Scott glen an actor and still a bad ass in his eighties on his new film. Greenland and a lifetime of adventure. Hey guys i'm josh horowitz. Welcome to another edition of happy. Sad confused we've got a guy on the show today that's lived life and he's got the stories to prove it. Mr scott glen was kind enough to join me for this edition of happy. Second confused first time guest on the podcast And the. I could've spent hours upon hours talking to him. This is just a slice of his remarkable life. You know scott glen. If you're a sinophile like i am. You grew up with scott glen. He was a staple of movies in the eighties and nineties and he continues to work to this day in fantastic projects in recent years. He was a standout performer and daredevil and the leftovers back in the day he kind of came to prominence in urban cowboy and of course my association with him is that run in the late eighties early nineties. Silence of the lambs and backdraft Hunt for red october. These were big screen entertainments that really affected me as a young man and to get a chance to chat with him about some of these iconic films and performances. I mean the guy was in apocalypse. Now even he's got a hell of a story about that in this podcast. He's my census. He's got ten different stories for each of these amazing films so this is just a slice of his life but Just a good guy. The more i read about scott going into this conversation the more. I learned about him the more impressed i was with him. He's a he's been married for fifty plus years. He lives you different. Kind of lifestyle and whole he's like an outdoorsy guy. he's a hugely physical guy. he's could probably kick my ass even though he's got forty years on me. He's he's impressive. Impressive guy and i really enjoyed chatting with him and he couldn't have been nicer so i think you guys are going to enjoy this. Chat with scott glen. His new movie as i said is called greenland. It's a small part but it's a pivotal pivotal part in this film. A headline gerard butler marina. Backer in kind of a disaster movie. But i'll be honest. Wasn't exactly what i was expecting. You think gerard butler disaster movie and that's one thing but this really impressed me. This is this is a solid. This is a solid film. This comes out on demand on december. Eighteenth it's from rick wall and it's kind of it's not like the big macro look at a disaster. It's really a human story about family. And how they deal with impending global disaster and certainly that has unfortunate resonance to the stuff. We've been dealing with this last year. And i thought it was really well done honestly did so. I would recommend checking that one out on december eighteenth when it's on demand. The movie called greenland other things to mention stir-crazy. Of course my seriously comedy central continues this week with a fun episode with mr tyree skips gibson therese gibson. Theresa's he's on another planet. And i mean and i love people on other planets when i get to visit them on that planet. I don't know if. I want to live on planet tyrod. But i'd like to visit and i enjoyed visiting it for the episode of stir-crazy. He's always been very sweet with me and you know he's a kind of conversation i have with him. Is you just go along with the the waves you ride. The therese reese waves. Because he's got some crazy things that he'll say but they come from a good place. He's a talented guy he can. He can do it. All he's he's in a new netflix's holiday movie the christmas chronicles volume two. But this episode of stir crazy goes to some wild and weird fun places and he was a blast. Sit check that out on comedy. Central's youtube and facebook pages appreciate all the kind words from my kristen stewart episode last week. That was a blast Some more happiest season content. Coming your way by the way on next week's episode of stir-crazy. There's a tease for you Other things to mention oh the podcast will for happy second fused. I do want to just tease out. i don't like to jinx it if you guys have heard my interests before you know. I don't like to end up mentioned upcoming guests until they're really signed sealed and delivered taped. But i do want to say. I'm so thrilled with the upcoming guests on the podcast. I mean i'm always you know. Honored and thrilled for the folks that come and come back to the podcast. But there's some really really top notch bill makers that i have lined up in the next few weeks some. I've talked before some. I've never talked to at least on the podcast. So stick around especially for the sinophile. Now is the time of year where you're going to really think dig the upcoming episodes of happy sad confused. So that's just a little tease for you. Guys i hope you all had a great thanksgiving hope. You're enjoying the holidays as best you can in these strange times. Even if you're not physically with your loved ones. I hope you're keeping touch and keeping safe and doing the smart things because you know we got to ride out the storm and thankfully thankfully hopefully better days are head with vaccines and saint people in the white house and okay. No no no politics today But other stuff. I do want to mention a lot of really cool content out there. Outside of josh horowitz content. Yes not everything. I don't do it all. There's some really cool stuff out there. A surprisingly entertaining fill a series. Rather is the flight attendant. Not necessarily my bag. But i've been watching my wife. We've really been enjoying it. That's on hbo. Max i'm way behind on the undoing. Don't spoil the undoing for me guys. I feel like it's been spoiled already. But whatever and of course if you are sinophile in listening to this big weekend coming up. Manque hits net flicks. I've seen it. It's well worth your time. It's fincher that is always worth your time. I need to check it. Check it out again. But it's got some great performances. Some gorgeous direction cinematography from venture and his company of players. And it's about hollywood. It's about a lot of things but it's in part about Some of the background that went into such cain and it's renbai ventures dad. It's just look if you love movies. You have to check out the so we'll be about that. I'm sure in the weeks and months to combat. I did want to mention that because that hits netflix's and a few days and that is definitely worth your time as this conversation with mr scott glen. A living legend a character actor as time leading man. He can do it all so thrilled. I got a chance to catch up with him. I hope you guys enjoyed this chat. Remember to review rating subscribed to happy. Sad confused. Spread the good word and in the meanwhile. Here's me.
"c. scott" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Movie buff then. You enjoy not just watching movie aachen about a and hearing about them from friends and reading about that and that involves reading books. I know this may be an antiquated pursuit. But i still pursue. It is a. It's not going to that too. Deep but on the surface of a book is something you take off of a shelf. Let's show from which then returned to the shelf when and if it's a really good in be taken off the shelf more than once you you'll be even consulted mir up lou when you try to look something up anyway. This is a long winded way of introducing our guest today old friends scott island who has written a what a number of wonderful books. I don't use that term in advisedly. He writes great books and his latest. It's call cary. Grant's a perfect and it is a biography of cary grant surprise surprise. Scott welcome thanks. Lot of good to see it. Bill aim here. We are talking to you from your home in palm beach. Florida westbound voyage palm beach. We don't live with the swells. We live with the common people. I kept the common touch. It's the least i can do. This is the latest in a fairly long line of biographies. You've written. And i wanna talk not just about the new one grant which is getting a lot of great press and deservedly so but about the the art and craft of writing a biography in general and Is there generalizations to be made very apparatus events about robot by writing a. I've never done that. I've written a number of books. But never you have. And i've never tackled a solo biography focusing on one person birth-to-grave. They'll you collect them. Many many many. I could tell you that it's gotten a little harder than it was thirty years ago when i started doing it.
"c. scott" Discussed on The Young Jurks
"Favor prophet and the well connected. Bureaucratic structures are hostile to grassroots organizing trying to fight for an equitable market. However, at the same time, it's very hard for corporate interests trying to manipulate the regulatory process to be authentic, and it is very easy for grassroots activists being authentic to come across the pension, and that's where I drive a lot of my hope as well, and it almost feels will and I talked to Mike Crawford. A lot of talk to so many people about this almost feels like there are better angels. Of our nature watching over the grassroots community in Massachusetts because I cannot account for how we've managed to rack up. So many of these wins over the past year if not for those upper body looking down on us and I mean, those are no longer with us in spiritual forces, whatever may be but it definitely feels like we're in the hands of horses that are a lot bigger than ourselves and ourselves in that really care about seeing this market truly reflect not only equity for fairness. Yeah I agree that you know something's watching over for sure. Or someone or a bunch of people. But I know that commissioner title Here we go again but she she definitely always made sure to highlight that in Massachusetts at least. marijuana is a grass roots led policy Grassroots organizations brought that to vote not the other way around usually see legislation and policy enacted by those in power by those in those stakeholder seats by the state legislatures in in most of the time, they do hear that from someone in grassroots they presented. As you know, the city of Boston is going to you know do this or the state is going to put this on the ballot, but it was brought four and driven home and actualized by grassroots. Organizations in policy I in. This is one of the. If not only industries that happened that way as opposed to the other way around. And it really is. So interesting I, am reading this fascinating book by doors current Goodwin's called Teddy Roosevelt and the Golden Age of American journalism, and it's about how this woman and spent a lot of things. But one of the most interesting parts is this woman named eat Atar Bell. who was a journalist at worked for? McClure's magazine eighteen hundreds throwing eighteen hundreds and her. Entire life. When she.
"c. scott" Discussed on The Young Jurks
"You can listen to that podcast on spotify anchor anchor. Apple. PODCASTS stitcher or anywhere else where your are found author a huge. Thank you to you have. CW fourteen forty five for all of their work in the liberal candidates arena. So, coming back in after my wonderful station identification breaks Kia. What I wanted to ask you about social equity loan five because like we were talking about one of the biggest barriers to entry outside of municipalities and Asta corporate actress access to capital. So the Social Equity Loan Fund which Senate Bill Twenty Six fifty was actually a big component of EON's Chanel. Linzie. Runs. Equitable opportunities now, and they hosted a rally last week that was co sponsored by Beckmann the black. Economic Council, Massachusetts and Minority Candidates Business Association at that rally there a bunch of bills that were discussed. But one of the most prominent bills was social equity loan. This Bill Senate Bill Twenty six fifty from cannabis, policy, Committee Co Chair, Senator Senator. Sonya Chang who was also wonderful when create. I would not only provide funding mechanism for the Internal Social Equity Program but would then providing no interest loan fund through housing and Urban Development Floor Social Equity and economic. Empowerment. The Fun would be populated for community donations mashed on one to one basis with up to ten percent of the revenue from the cannabis. Excise. Tax What do you think about that kind of front? What do you think about the ESPN's rally last week and Do you see that kind of no interest loan as viable to really engendering the kind of equities think needs to have. So there but I was super thankful for Chanel in the rally that Put Forth Commissioner titled Chairman Hoffman She got an Etowah who's actually my co founder of VP cats. I'm close friend of mine who really you know I wish I had his origin skills. He. Really took it to town and hit the you know nail on the head with his With My Co.. When he was yes. There you go. and a bunch of economic empowerment applicants and even one of our past social equity program vendors in a Social Equity Program participants speaking on what they need right in a bunch of it was funding. That's the key thing though the program provides you the technical training and assistance actually need right everything that you need to know is built into that program because I made sure of it. But in and even some financial. Benefits are there right but it's not enough right. The program bakes in a application fee waiver it bakes in a annual renewal fee fifty percent waiver bakes in a C to sale tracking monthly. Metric waiver It bakes and a exclusivity period for delivery and social consumption licensed but..
"c. scott" Discussed on The Young Jurks
"The program is and how successful it was for them But still there there has not been an increase in that in that budget and there's no way for us to or for for myself at that time to then. Allocate funds within that budget to better prepare the participants or to better resource them because a lot of that budget went to paying the vendors of the program in. So I think a lot of that gets lost. Because happens behind the scenes But Commissioner titles asked was right on target let's funded program so that we can build out the program more provide more resources within the program itself, and then have the money within the commission to you know maybe we could send a grants. With that money one time budget gets bigger but the pushback. The pushback I. Think is also indicative of something much bigger and when we talk about equity or those who are in pursuit of it or you know spend their lives. Chasing after it for the better of mankind right you met with pushback But the question bears like why? And then how are we supposed? You actually get these things done. If we can't even agree to write a letter to the legislature to say, can we take these five's not even? Can you give us more money? We're already going to receive this money. Where are we? We've already find. Businesses upwards of one, hundred, thousand dollars you know why can't we just ask and to to see that push back in even For them to say like, Oh, this is a shameful ask or shameful vote just like what is shameful about trying to actualize our equity mission and as you stated earlier that Equity Mission is water than the Social Equity Program and Economic Empowerment Program because we have to think about who these programs leave out. They have a set of eligibility requirements that not everyone who has been disproportionately impact meets. Now, we were intentional about what those eligibility criteria are and I love them. I think that they do meet those who are most impacted, but they don't make everyone that's most impacted in there. Some you know restrictions that Neef people out in. So we have to think about the broader term of equity and how can we get there if internally within the commission we are being met with resistance. I. Think that's true and. There were certainly some objections that were based just on process to commissioner titles asked last week and. I thought it was telling in some ways I thought it was sad in some ways. But at the same time I, think it is a reminder as you're saying that nothing is given when fighting for equity because and this segues into something else. I was GONNA ask them out because there's always going to be an enemy of equity whether it be people seeking to profit whether it be people seeking to US equity to leverage than their own benefit at the expense of the greater. The people using equity for branding purposes, well as time doing things that hurt equity, and so it's very hard sometimes to really parse the labyrinth of discussion surrounding the topic. But one thing I wanted to ask you about is and it's transitioning slightly away all come back on social program. So you some more questions about it but I think you're very intimately.
"c. scott" Discussed on The Young Jurks
"And towns and then as the program kind of took precedence over everything it. It's really just so much work that you can't do those in tandem. You cannot be a director of community outreach and direct over program because there's so many background and tiny details that go into formulating a program even just from the vision of what is the program going to be that that it takes up all of your time especially as one person right and so publicly I think the commission itself didn't put focus on those other things within the position And the public itself is just really concerned about this program and what is it GonNa do when is it going to be ready? How is it going to help people and and let's get it going. So I think it was just natural, but it was also a both you know on our end to say, no, this is what this position does in tandem with these programming outward or this program And and that's how you know that narrative took place. I think it speaks to a bigger topic of silo. Wing equity into this one program and and even as he continued to talk I might do it myself because I'm so used to just talking strictly about the Social Equity Program even though we did and I I hosted events on behalf of the Commission I've partnered but the Greater Boston. Chamber of Commerce to fun events We've we hope we'd held A I or I've participated in a lot of conventions and conferences where we have boost and I speak to people. But all of that you know get shoved to the side and it's like this program. This program is program but that that just speaks like I said to us kind of just pigeonholing and then silencing woody. Of itself into the Social Equity Program on, which is a which is a bigger issue than it may present itself to be. Thank you. That's a really clarifying perspective in presents the issue in a way I hadn't even really thought about. So in some ways. I get the sense that you're saying that the commission's Equity Mission in your view has a broader perogatives than any given implementation. So. And I. What I hear you saying is that outreach is a crucial component of that sort of overarching equity structure. So. Am I hearing you that that being silo D- into any given program almost undermines the outreach and equity mission on the whole is is that is that what I'm hearing absolutely and I? I don't think anyone program. Do yourself a disservice right when you're just focused on it and I understand the focus on it because it is the well, we have we have economic empowerment comic empowerment was a small window. It opened the clothes and there was that but it also took away from when we focus on the social media? program. Focusing. On the economic empowerment applicants right and Baird needs as well. It just shifts completely into this one program. What is this GonNa do and the any kind of make seem like this one program is going to be a one size. All fits a one size, all solution that will solve all of our ad, we problems and no programming you cannot Fix or provide repair of justice with programs..
"c. scott" Discussed on The Young Jurks
"It's Grant Smith here with the young jerks. Not that I've been broadcasting for four and a half hours today or anything that's been quite a long day, we started at nine thirty a. m. this morning with the amazing. Devin Alexander from rolling relief marrying mcnabb from the Canvas Center of excellence and Desouza from river run gardens. We then did the full hour long Camps Control Commission hearing, and now the part of the day that I've been looking forward to the most I have the opportunity to interview he Scott, who many of you may know some of you may not Shaquille. Scott. Is Boston Massachusetts native and the former director of community outreach and equity program programming at the states cannabis control commission within this position Chiquita focused on promoting the inclusion of communities disproportionately. Impacted by the war on Drugs Marijuana prohibition arrests and incarceration in the adult use marijuana industry. Shaquille. Developed and introduced Massachusetts. First in the nation State Wide Social Equity, program providing technical assistance training, and opportunity for entry into the industry across four areas with additional program.
"c. scott" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"Stephanie Scott Welcome to meet the writers. Hydrogen thank you so much for having me. It's it's lovely to speech I'm sorry. It's not in person. I just need to stop by saying I loved this book, and it was the perfect kind of lockdown distraction, a wonderful sort of through under love story that just just kept me absolutely engaged to thank you for that all. Thank you, thank you so much. That's wonderful to hear and I glad you enjoyed. The multi genre aspects I was very attached to them when drafting. Yeah, let's let's start at the beginning. Tell me about your own background I. Well, I am half Indian half. British and my family from Singapore we off the generation Singapore, and so that's where you grew up. And that's yes. I was born in. Singapore and I grew up. That and my family still live there now and. It was actually I think my family experiences from both the British and the Asian sides in the Second World War and their experiences with Japan and the Japanese that led me to you. Begin to think that I could perhaps. Write this novel. In that during the Second World War, my Asian family were. In malaria when the Japanese invaded on that by schools, and took the peninsula and Singapore, and they had to hide in the rubber plantations, and my Indian Singapore. Singaporean grandma actually the friend did a Japanese soldier, and taught him English and my grandfather Rochat guide to learn Japanese because you couldn't walk onto the occupation unless you spoke Japanese so both my Asian grandparents learned, and then my English Grand Parent Grandfather for the Japanese in Burma and we've lost lost a great uncle to the death railway in Thailand as well and so they had very different experiences, but growing up in Singapore. Particularly, there is A. Those assassination with Japan that has shifted very much. Since the ocupation and Japanese culture is extremely popular and. Present that are actually we have Japanese supermarkets and. allotted influences and the more I spoke to Japanese friends of mine. Actually, the more I saw similarities between never not bringing and and my licensing. And do you speak Japanese? I don't speak it badly. I have Japanese go children and I can communicate with them, but the seven year old has surpassed me now and seen the four year old will too, and then my humiliation will be complete But but I am interested I am very interested in in S -nology, and and and in the Japanese language. I mean to say linguistically. My Romance languages stronger, but I still I still very interested in the study of Japanese Nara session. What's written characters that have? Multiple Meanings and tremendous resonance that I explore the novel I. I thought it was impossible to. Ignore that and actually I didn't want to. We'll suggested to me by someone that I just using Schwartz but. I, I! Really didn't want to. There are for example the word landscaping in Japanese means, something quite different. I mean I could have just said landscape in English, but in Japanese
"c. scott" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"Hello, this is meet the writers on. Georgina Godwin this week I speak to debut novelist of a book that was already winning prizes before it was published, the writers spent years in Japan, researching the story, the legal system and the way of life. The result is a break-up thriller that retails the true story of Japanese man paid to Seduce a married woman. Stephanie Scott Welcome to meet the writers. Hydrogen thank you so much for having me. It's it's lovely to speech I'm sorry. It's not in person. I just need to stop by saying I loved this book, and it was the perfect kind of lockdown distraction, a wonderful sort of through under love story that just just kept me absolutely engaged to thank you for that all. Thank you, thank you so much. That's wonderful to hear and I glad you enjoyed. The multi genre aspects I was very attached to them when drafting. Yeah, let's let's start at the beginning. Tell me about your own background I. Well, I am half Indian half. British and my family from Singapore we off the generation Singapore, and so that's where you grew up. And that's yes. I was born in. Singapore and I grew up. That and my family still live there now and. It was actually I think my family experiences from both the British and the Asian sides in the Second World War and their experiences with Japan and the Japanese that led me to you. Begin to think that I could perhaps. Write this novel. In that during the Second World War, my Asian family were. In malaria when the Japanese invaded on that by schools, and took the peninsula and Singapore, and they had to hide in the rubber plantations, and my Indian Singapore. Singaporean grandma actually the friend did a Japanese soldier, and taught him English and my grandfather Rochat guide to learn Japanese because you couldn't walk onto the occupation unless you spoke Japanese so both my Asian grandparents learned, and then my English Grand Parent Grandfather for the Japanese in Burma and we've lost lost a great uncle to the death railway in Thailand as well and so they had very different experiences, but growing up in Singapore. Particularly, there is A. Those assassination with Japan that has shifted very much. Since the ocupation and Japanese culture is extremely popular and. Present that are actually we have Japanese supermarkets and. allotted influences and the more I spoke to Japanese friends of mine. Actually, the more I saw similarities between never not bringing and and my licensing. And do you speak Japanese? I don't speak it badly. I have Japanese go children and I can communicate with them, but the seven year old has surpassed me now and seen the four year old will too, and then my humiliation will be complete But but I am interested I am very interested in in S -nology, and and and in the Japanese language..
"c. scott" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"I'm C. Scott Mason hello or something and for those guys to kinda brought us off the bench we cannot help with the starters they're away right now means were guys is to show for free to Texas at nine eight nine seven three a lot of conversation going on with Marshawn Lynch conversation by the way I'm looking forward to Marshawn Lynch doing his thing on Sunday I'm just nervous I mean who it who isn't even remotely interested in football or sea hawks or Seattle culture is it going to be watching this games absolutely it's it's gonna be awesome force may swell speaking a Seahawks the number twelve that's a big deal for Seahawks fans right the twelve through the twelfth man you get jerseys they have twelve written on him it's it's it's a big deal but the Seahawks are getting sued by a company out of Nevada who say that listen you guys are trying to get a monopoly on the number twelve because basically anything that has twelve on it the Seahawks legal squad whoever they are goes out and tries to enforce copyright and say that like nope twelve is our thing you can't have twelve on yours and and and this company this company's called P. B. T. M. they're saying that look we we hold twelve we'll six twelve related trademarks vowed like V. twelve volume twelve stuff like that and and they're having some trouble because they're getting all these legal notices from the Seahawks to which I say this is completely ridiculous I don't know how you can trade mark a number when really it isn't your deal in the first place right I mean no no hate on the twelves or anything I consider myself to be a twelve a fan of the Seattle Seahawks in but like didn't this is a Texas a and M. thing isn't the twelfth man is yeah yeah yeah the twelfth man is and then after that whole ordeal the Seahawks went on ahead and got the twelves that was going to be you know this reminds me of this is something that Disney does over and over again and they have they would pull stories from like public domain right you have your Snow White Cinderella Sleeping Beauty all these things that didn't have any copyright anybody could do anything they want with it and then Disney says well this is ours now and their high powered legal team files all kinds of copyrights and lawsuits and trademarks and all that and so now you can't use those properties unless you shell out some cash the Disney but it really wasn't theirs in the first place it's a story for everybody just like the number twelve is the thing that we all use all the time it's a number unfortunately there are a lot of people that cannot know what they're doing a little bit and they like to go ahead and take that number twelve and try to ride the little sea hawks train I'll take the twelve and they'll make it green and blue and all that kind of no no no no we just at the twelve and if by accident Mason who is a twelve himself buys our gear no problem right so when it when it when this case the Seahawks are I believe a lot of times fighting situations where people are trying to make money off the twelve on Amazon sometimes here's why cheat a little bit on Amazon sometimes there are companies out there that will that will mimic other name brand clothing shoes yeah right kinds so sometimes there have been times when like all instead of paying seven eight hundred dollars below shows pay forty five dollars yes please I'll kick that to me yeah and so that's why some of these companies are stop are gonna stop advertising on Amazon because they're not liking third second third parties coming in in in in imitation of those things yeah but isn't that so there's a difference I think between let's say you want to go buy a TV yeah and there's a Sony TV and then there's a cheaper version from a company called so me with an M. like that is clearly meant to cause some confusion right and some competition in that particular market place we see this with a lot of time studios will make really bad versions of popular movies transport furs Atlantic rim like these kinds of things and it's meant to confuse you I don't think that's what we're dealing with here twelve is the number twelve wait what you like for the people you like smart TV's no she okay let's go to traffic.
"c. scott" Discussed on Heavyweight
"In World War Two and you know my thoughts were cheap you know could that than his art figure you we're going to on me until I finally get it back to the guy I probably would I just thought you know seems we're getting a middleman to buy the gun from clouds then sell it to Scott who can then give it to his dad but as it turns out there's a term for this a straw purchase which sits on his lap when his bride and Smiley the knowing from Scott how shy and nervous his dad can be gives his jolly nece a slightly forced quality. where people into detox programs the smart so a lot of distraught parents and overdosing teenagers to deal with it Karki we pulled into a parking lot and we'll get out of the car all except for Scott after the way Klaus responded to his letter he's afraid if he goes in the whole deal cool well have fun yes alright from behind the windshield Scott.
"c. scott" Discussed on Heavyweight
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I found the gun what yeah are you kidding me no no are you kidding me no Oh my God uh you found it yes wow yeah I'm blown away it's the matter of weather will be able to get it okay it's still in classes possession did you doc to him I did and it was an interesting conversation so you found you found the gun yeah you know I was surprised last night took a look and I went into my vault room and I found the Lugar was still in the regional holster attached to it was a tag with Scott's grandfather's name would you be open to the idea of selling it back to him well my first thought is probably not it's just that I legally purchase the gun and I mean I'm a collector I paid for itself I mean would you would you say that his grandfather paid for it with his service I mean it's it's bounty look someone brought over from Germany you know he didn't pay for it from classes perspective the Gun Scott Stool was already any stolen property it took it off a German officer and you know as we spoke prior Mike Grandfather was officer and this point I'm not really compelled to let go of the gun but I still give it some thought so the the way that we left it was he said that he'd think about it okay well I won't cert- celebrating yet but we'd know who have the I know where it is so now it's just kind of tactfully figuring out what it's GonNa take to get it back I really really do respect your optimism I don't think we're going to get the gun back personally I tried we're going to get there since Scott's not ready to admit defeat I suggest he try making case directly to close in a letter Scott writes from the heart explains the full story of addiction his time in jail and his guilt about his dad my greatest regret was that I would ever be able to get this heirloom back in the hands of my father Scott rights but now for the first time that seems like a possibility eight years ago oh I was so addicted to heroin that was pretty sure I was going to die that fact has since been replaced with another more hope-filled one second chances are real close receives the letter but offers no response to it go by and still we hear nothing so I send another email clouds his answer is short I have considered Scott's response and I have decided to not sell the gun at this time if my position changes I will contact you close that's just ridiculous settling on the fact that we know where it is and not getting it back that's just like super frustrating I mean there's gotta be something we can you Scott says he's willing to pay whatever Klaus wants for the gun so again I contact Klaus it's not a money issue Klaus respond almost immediately I am just not interested in selling a gun to an individual I can't figure out what exactly Klaus means by an individual maybe in the past he sold guns to organizations or museums who when I write him back he responds with this based on the back around information I would not sell the gun back to Scott so it's not really an individual per se it's this individual Scott's letter like with Scott's criminal past a gun and a second chance might not make for a great combo if there was any hope it's now gone well I have an update update okay a couple of days Peter I catch Scott at work yeah I have another update it looks like Klaus is willing to sell the gun you're kidding me no you were right Oh you were right to be hopeful I didn't I think that I was going to be reporting this back to you what what changed his mind had asked the same question it seemed as though over the weekend you had a change of heart the guy really one of that item back so yeah I just want to be haunted about it so oh I can't even I believe it but there was still one thing that Klaus hadn't changed his mind about and I feel bad having to tell Scott key saying that he is willing to sell the gun but he won't sell it to you class doesn't trust Scott bottom line known me though that become a contribute member of society after everything's Scott's done to redeem himself the rehab the good works classes judgment stings Scott gets it it it's something he's experienced before people accusing him of theft when things go missing women breaking things off when they learn he was once an addict the world still see Scott is a bad bet but he sweeps aside his feelings to address the more pressing question who can we get to buy the Gun the first person that comes to my mind is the person who's always believed in Scott most what about your sister yeah absolutely no she would be totally open ended that Oh hundred percent well it looks like we're going to be buying a gun that's my gun guy right except we don't after looking into Colorado's complicated gun laws we learned that because Mary's not a full-time Colorado resident it's illegal for her to buy the gun so we discussed options Scott's wife could buy and give it to his dad but that's also illegal in Colorado only blood relatives can gift each other guns we consider uncle bill totally legal but Scott's worried he by it and then want to keep it for himself out of viable family members we can and a federal felony it's been nearly two weeks a phone calls with Scott with lawyers with the Colorado auto firearms unit and with each passing day I become increasingly nervous about cloud changing his mind so present skied with what might be our last remaining option his dad win Scott Fall silent for the first time in the course of this quest he tmz defeated the thought of placing his father win the man afraid of the crack voiced pizza boy in a room close the man with the gun vault and the Lugar that may or may not have belonged to Adolf Hitler makes them wonder if maybe it's all just gone too far but at this point it's the only way to get the gun so Scott agrees win will buy the Luger after the break when and Klaus.
"c. scott" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman
"You know if you were willing to be rigorous the whole time you don't have to stop just because of the deadline you can keep it going well i think the reason episode tv works away does with with writing gangs is because i don't think one person can keep that momentum up week after week you have to have a room writers and that wasn't one person is veteran down another person may be victory up yes it's a very the fact that their people can throw even an idea you you can then take off and go right it's helpful but nothing about me this is one of the only episodes of this i wanna talk about myself at all have you here i wanna revisit sort of this idea that some your movies which is the and you do it in this film to and i know i i'm feeling you don't see that much of a connection between hardcore in this film but i think eventually you will because the george c scott's mission in that movie in a way his determination to write the world the way that he sees that he's on this mission that he's taken on about this girl is to me quite similar because he feels she's lost in the same way that the boys the two boys are lost in this one and so the question asking about when we make ourselves the hero in our own story which is all of almost all of your or many many of your movies is it voidable can we avoid it at all as people well i mean one of the more problems with hardcore is i think is a little too close to the bone sure not metaphorical enough about my father and the fact that i had to.
"c. scott" Discussed on Playing Games with Jimmy Pardo
"Logitech bureau america opened in 1992 minnesota scott argument leads to a one and then of course we both know what happened in from here on out christa gave up what was known about what was their last name of room when sfeir first my space print tom what was your guest again i want to repeat i want to receive record anderson we were looking for anderson the my keller predicted the world would end on december twenty first of which year two thousand twelve scott got that right christa that meets the scot did in fact beat you but you do not go home emptyhanded you to get that pods gift card you didn't get the stitcher premiums your subscription but you do get the podge make gift card great well we appreciate you playing i'm sorry christon oh i congratulate thank you i get nothing other than making you pay for stitcher premium christa thank you so much for playing playing games thank you are that is our show do thinks got argue for joining us on behalf of the announcer met bell not the band later mike henry my name is you be pardo we'll see you next time when you're ready to start playing games playing games with jimmy pardo with a never not plenty production produced by jimmy puerto matt belknap and mike henry distributed by stitcher premium and you're will media music by mike henry mr portas wardrobe provided by botany 500 for more jaime pardo checkout out never not funny in stitcher apple podcast or wherever you find podcast and be sure to visit never not funny dot com for a chance to play games with jimmy follow never not funny on twitter portions of this programme not affecting the outcome of competition have been edited.