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What’s Next for Fall Film Releases?
"I out of the gate for this fall is a movie called shang. She and the legend of the ten rings. It's a marvel movie and marvel finally deciding to have an asian hero in its movie. That's a long time coming. And when you see it you're going to see a story that is modern touch because this guy on plagued by smooth lou. He is in really fierce fighting form but his father was played by the great. Tome lung is an immortal and he doesn't want him to do it. He's doing which is parking cars in a san francisco hotel talent hanging out with akwa. Seen you get what i mean. It's the martial arts that makes this must sit okay. next up. Is the power of the dog as everybody knows especially critic which is may that september is the month where their film festivals everywhere from venison telluride to toronto in new york and the one film to rule them. All is the power of the dark. It's a western set in nineteen twenty five montana and new zealand. Filmmaker jane campion. Who did the piano is the director sir. First movie in twelve years. Expect real awards bus around benedict cumberbatch. She's playing a brutal acid tongue rancher who gets tensions going in ablaze when his brother brings home a new bride and everything goes crazy and deserve this film is sets nature's beauty against toxic masculinity. These are two things that are really updates days next step. The eyes of tammy faye jessica chastain goes all in this. She's backwards on the eyelashes end. The make up to play tammy faye bakker the late televangelist who turned her christian news program into a profitable industry until a sex scandal involving her first husband. Jim baker played by entry. Barfield just brought the whole house card. Sam
"campion" Discussed on Catholic Culture Audiobooks
"Reckoned. The enterprise is begun. Hit is of god. It cannot be withstood so the faith was planted so it must be restored nine. If these my offers be refused and my endeavors can take no place. And i having run thousands of miles to do you. Good shall be rewarded with rigor. I have no more to say but to recommend your case and mine too almighty gone the searcher of hearts who send us his grace and see us at accord the day of payment to the end we may at last be friends in heaven when all injuries.
"campion" Discussed on Catholic Culture Audiobooks
"James t my escape to the right honorable the lords of her majesty's privy council whereas i have come out of germany and bohemia being sent by my superiors and invention myself into this noble realm my dear country for the glory of god and benefit of souls. I thought it like enough. That in this busy watchful and suspicious world. I should either. Sooner or later. Be intercepted and stopped of my course. Wherefore providing for all events and uncertain. What may become of me when god shall happily deliver my body into durance. I supposed it needful to put this in writing in readiness desiring you're good lordships to give it your reading for to know my 'cause this doing i trust. I shall ease you of some labor for that which you otherwise must have sought four by practice of wit. I do now lay into your hands by plane. Confession and to the intent that the whole matter may be conceived in order and so the better both understood and remembered i make thereof these nine points or articles directly truly and resolutely opening my full enterprise and purpose won. I confess that i am albeit unworthy. A priest of the catholic church and through the great mercy of god vowed now these eight years into the religion of the society of jesus. He by i have taken upon me a special kind of warfare under the banner of obedience and also resigned. Oh my interest or possibility of wealth. Honor pleasure and other worldly felicity to at the voice of our general which is to me a warrant from heaven and oracle of christ. I took my voyage from prague to rome. Where general father is always resident and from room to england as i might and would have done joyously into any part of christendom or heathen nece had i been there to assigned three. My charge is of free cost to preach the gospel to minister the sacraments to instruct the simple to reform sinners to confuse errors in brief to cry along spiritual against foul vice and proud ignorance. Where with many of my countrymen are abused for. i never had mind. And i'm strictly forbidden by father. That sent me to deal in any respect with matter of state policy of this realm as things which pertain not to my vocation and from which i gladly restrained and sequester my thoughts five i do ask to the glory of god with all humility and under your correction three sorts of indifferent and quiet audiences the first before your honors wherein i will discourse of religion so far as it touch the common wheel and your new abilities the second whereof i make more account before the doctors and masters and chosen men of both universities wherein i undertake to avow the faith of our catholic church by proofs innumerable scriptures councils father's history natural and moral reasons the third before the lawyers spiritual and temporal wherein i will justify the said faith by the common wisdom of the laws standing yet enforce and practice six. I would be loath to speak anything that might sound of any insolent brag or challenge especially being now as a a dead man to this world and willing to put my head under every man's put and to kiss the ground they tread upon yet. I have such courage in vouching. The majesty of jesus mike king and such a finance in his gracious favor and such assurance in my quarrel. And my evidence so impregnable. And because i know perfectly that no one protestant nor all the protestants living nor any sect of our adversaries howsoever they face men down in pulpits and overrule lessen their kingdom of grammarians and unlimited use can maintain their doctrine in disputation i am to sue most humbly and instantly for combat with all and every of them and the most principle that may be found protesting that in this trial the better furnish they come the better welcome they shall be seven and because it hath pleased god to enrich the queen my sovereign lady with notable gifts of nature learning and princely education i do verily trust that if her highness would vouchsafed her royal person and good attention to such a conference as in the second part of my v article. I have motioned or to a few sermons. Which in her or your hearing. I am to utter such manifest and fair light by good methods and plain dealing may be cast upon these controversies at possibly her zeal of proof and love of her people. Shelling klein her noble grace disfavor. Some proceedings hurtful to the realm and procure towards us oppressed. More equity eight moreover. I doubt not. But you her highness's counsel being of such wisdom and discreet in cases most important when you shall have heard. These questions of religion opened faithfully. Which many times by our adversaries a huddled up in confounded will see upon what substantial grounds. Our catholic faith is bill. Did how feeble that site is which by sway of the time prevail against us and so at last for your own souls and for many thousand souls that depend upon your government will discountenance era when it is barade- and hawk into those who would spend the best blood in them bodies for your salvation. Many innocent hands of lifted up to heaven for you daily by those english students whose posterity shall never die which beyond seas gathering virtue and sufficient knowledge for the purpose are determined. Never to give you over but either to win you heaven or to die. Upon your pikes and touching our society. Be it known to you that we have made a leaning all the jesuits in the world who succession and multitude must overreach all the practice of england cheerfully to carry the cross. You shall lay upon us and never to despair your recovery while we have a man left to enjoy your tie burn or to be wracked with your torments or consumed with your prisons. The expense is.
"campion" Discussed on Catholic Culture Audiobooks
"Campion was born on january twenty fifth fifteen forty into in england already awash with religious turmoil under henry. The eighth the church of england had broken away from the catholic church by the time campaign was fifteen queen. Elizabeth had acceded to the throne replacing the catholic queen. Mary and restoring protestantism is the national religion and the same time campion was already a junior fellow at oxford. Brilliant from a young age be in quickly became a star pupil at oxford well known for his intellect and wit. This drew the attention even of the queen who named her adviser william ziesel as campion's patron diesel himself. One of the principal architects of the reformation in england would refer to campion as the diamond of england the expectation. No doubt was that campion would become an apologist for the new faith and he was in fact later ordained the anglican dayak in it however. Thanks in part to the influence of older catholic friends campion's roman leanings eventually led to his fleeing england in fifteen seventy one for france where he was reconciled with the church and accepted into the society of jesus after a pilgrimage to rome campion went on to teach in pronged where he was ordained. A jesuit priest in fifteen seventy eight shortly thereafter. He was chosen by his superiors to lead a mission. Back to england. Though the danger of martyrdom would be all but certain campaign accepted this assignment. Joyfully and by fifteen eighty campion had arrived clandestinely in london or he quickly set about composing. The statement will be hearing in today's episode. His challenge to the privy council would later become known as campion's brag a derogatory title given it by its protestant opponents. It is perhaps the earliest defense of the faith to appear in english during the reformation an invitation to debate the challenge more likely served as an invitation to capture as campion led a hunted life for the next year ministering in secret to the last generation of catholic england campaign was finally captured in fifteen eighty one and brought to the tower of london where he was imprisoned and tortured for four months during that time. Campion was made on four separate occasions to engage in public debate with anglican adversaries although without the benefit of previous preparation or the use of notes references and still weak from torture despite all this campaign defended himself. so handily that spectators reportedly even called for his acquittal. Nevertheless after a farce trial of bribed witnesses and false evidence campion was convicted of treason and sentenced to death. On december. first fifteen eighty one campaign was hanged drawn and quartered among the spectators. At campion's death was the poet. Henry walpole who as he watched was splashed with some of campion's blood he too would later. Leave england receive orders and return years later to meet his own martyrdom. He was canonized together with edmund. Campion in nineteen seventy among the forty motors of england and wales. Though the title campion's brag was meant disparagingly to belittle the taxed it is also somehow apt expressing perhaps the interior quality of someone who likes saint paul could boast in his weakness and who moreover alongside the white robe army of martyrs washed his robe to in.
"campion" Discussed on Astrology & The Hermetic Arts: Holes to Heavens
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"campion" Discussed on Astrology & The Hermetic Arts: Holes to Heavens
"Well then you go. Nick was camping. And i just meandering and talking about all these ideas that i'm sure all of you love talking about thinking about as well hope inspired. You wanna get a copy of mundane astrology if your hands out before the the reprint but i will like. We just talked about Share the link with all of you when it is being reprinted. I loved hearing that. It all started with myth for nick as well when he was so young. It was a similar familiar with similar with a lot of you and it was just such a joy to hear the michael stories as well. This is something that i suppose. I'll be doing my whole. Life is just asking those that knew him and all the while reading books about this mysterious michael beijing. That is so present in my world yet. i'll never get to meet him in the flash and it's a shame because i think that we would have been quite close we probably would have done a lot of podcasting together which would have been amazing and so instead we get these stories and and hopefully the ideas of his that find their way into my own head i get to share it and they find their way into yours. That's how ideas work and so stars some review. If you wanna class all you have to do is make it happen on your app. Screenshot at senate to me and liquid any concentrating psyche. Course or the complete crypto class. Anything that you wanna watch just for sharing the love. You want to become a patriot. Depot patriot dot com or patriot. Slash adam summer and you can choose your pledge level. They're also hooks you into the counseling psychology classes. If you want solar fire use that promo code. So many get fifteen percent off. The music in the background is i. I've h. e. cohen playing a version of tear-drops. I think it's wonderful if you're a fan of the song that is jose gonzalez has a great version of it to this one's lyric. So thank you for filling the space behind us. Mr mrs cohen. Check out the music. You're into it and support these musicians. And i'm gonna leave you with a song that well. I had a hard time choosing a song to be honest for this podcast. But then i whenever i get stuck like that i put my spotify on shuffle and wait for it and there was a song by the does that came on that caught. My attention called things happen and never been exactly a dawes fan yet. Whenever i hear them and i've never seen them live but whenever they come on my attention is grabbed. There's something clean. There's something tight. There's something absolutely lyrical about their their music. And if you're not familiar with the dawes. Da w. es check them out. The song's called things happened from the album. That is by the same name. How does it relate to nikonov conversation. I guess that's up to you to figure out so. Thank you for making it as far. I hope you enjoyed the conversation. And you wanna get some. Mr campion books. And i will talk with you next month and i think the next show is gary payton about the venus comes back to the sky so until then be well become you.
"campion" Discussed on Astrology & The Hermetic Arts: Holes to Heavens
"Feels like. I never left. That feels foreign. Feels a little choppy upon return but all it all good. I'm enjoying my first spring in england and looking forward to sharing more these conversations that i have queued up for you in the coming months also i pray to finally get to work on the wooden book the structure their ideas are beginning to come the life but the actual writing has begun yet. And so. that's my plan. This summer is to go in really deep to that anyways. This podcast has nothing to do with any of that. This podcast is focused around astrology book by every serious astrologer needs the mundane astrology book that was co authored by the show's guests. Nicholas campion my girlfriend's father. Michael beijing and charles harvey. It's an amazing book essays. That really gives you a good idea. Monday strategy is but a lot of the essays like on the great year and and and just the horoscopes certain nations. You might care about fascinating. It's a really good one that you should check out there was a reprinting that's going to be coming here very soon. It's part partly why nick. And i decided to do this. And we talked about it in this podcast. If you're not familiar with nick. He's an old school. Uk astrologer used to be the president of the astrological lodge in london. Also the president of the astrological association here in the uk is public countless books. Histories of astrology and again co authored mundane astrology familiar with neck pickup. A couple of his books whether it's in the digital format or the hard copy and and get your mind blown on the history of art that is so dear to our hearts at any point. There in the podcast. While we're floating down this meandering. Little conversation was alern something. You have an epiphany. You're taking a note. Just leasing stars a review. Send me a screenshot and a link you to any class of your choosing. There's now four concentrating saiki courses in classes and you can choose any of those by leaving some stars some love and showing me that it happened easy and free and other way of supporting the podcast patriotic to go to patriotdepot dot com slash. Adam summer you can choose the pledge level that you would like to support at and each one has different access points the parlors the classes apprenticeship recordings which hopefully will also be re recorded the summer as well and so those are the ways that you can support this. Podcast also is sponsored by solar fire. If you go to allay dot com promo code soma. You will get fifteen percent off of solar fire if studying mundane astrology if studying the horoscopes of nations of collective minds. You're gonna need solar fire so just make sure you use promo code and you'll get fifteen percent off of it. I hope that this conversation inspires you to see astrology in a new yet. Ancient way seeing perhaps are indigenous heritage in the west as well. Not just the west. But you'll see that's the way nicholas talks about it and it's a great concept to entertain. I love that point. He makes so here. It is nicholas campion. I just conversing. And having a good time with it i'll speak with you on the other side because welcome to the cast adam. It's great to be here. Yeah i've been looking forward to this conversation for a while now. So thank you for doing it and where are you in the uk. We just got back so just curious to locate you on the on the globe Bristol southlake staying blend An ancient seafaring cities on a river and used to be billed as the second port of england for many hundreds of years. So in the in the middle ages it was a great cosmopolitan center and has a flagrant history. Back years. which. I like to to plug into history of people coming and going and thinking extraordinary bristol is also quite the artistic players have been there. I've i've experienced this. There's a lot of street art. Does that have seemingly good music happening and also a lot of protesting as well. Doing this. pandemic seems to be a progressive place right. it has say a sunny radical counterculture so now bank. I mistreat all his come. Some hand in terms of music. originated the triple sound of the people. I must attack in portishead and Yet that was the toppling of the statue of the slave. Trade repulsed only a few months ago. And then that was. It was more More recent demonstrations against new legislation the government is proposing to restrict the right to demonstrate stone. Bristol's always that edge going right back to The the late eighteen thirty nine hundred treatise to the romantic poets people. I color inch. So they threw themselves some central network. It reminds san francisco in the sixties. So what about Experimentation experimentation with luffing gats actually which was then back is There were engineers doctors ought to kendra in this sort of this creative melting pot. Probe for about ten fifteen years and is still got some of that. Buzz it does i can. I could agree to this and it was nitrous in what period was nitrous their drug of choice. This romantic The said some t nine hundred eighteen hundreds. Okay dumb. it was also the act of the same group. Repeatable actually emerge the the minor safety knob just to show you how di- this was because the miners safety lamp is all to do with detecting Carbon monoxide in mind. Anyway it was through the like the experimentation gases. So that's what it is. Paired reminds me of the sixties and appealed all different walks alive coming.
"campion" Discussed on CarCast
"And there's a video that's out now about a Stran- getting in it and learning it. And this is I think you've talked several times interviewed him. Many Times. Again you just get like this Katie him how enthusiastic he is and how excited he is the able to do this and he he really has a lot of like man child in he's boyish. Yeah he looks boyish. He acts he's not immature. He's just he's pumped about doing stuff. Yeah. His. Them for this is is fantastic. So this is going to be. Peace Yeah, you couldn't fake what he does. Yeah. I mean you're you're if you're not into it. Should no way? There's no way. It's like a money grab or you know like like you know like Comedians, me Leno. Whoever you do corporate gigs, you know what I mean come on out to these insurance guys make some money and I mean, yeah fine. I'll do it. But that's not his life now, his life. He's into it. It's funny because he did that evil knievel live. Event and Gobert was one of the host of it. And his initial reactions. WHO's I brought this up. WHO's like Pastrana's the nicest guy is like he's so enthusiastic. He's so nice to talk to. He just loves him what he does more than anybody nothing but good things to say about. Yeah and You know this car nuts burks real nice guy to it's all right to be easy and Nice. You don't have to be temperamental Kinda struggling an struggling but artists you know attitude or whatever Prima Donna whatever. Yeah molyneaux Goldberg Pastrana. Seems seems easier. It'd be nice. I can't wait to see the video the Gymkhana video four because the car is not they didn't disclose the horsepower of yet. But I guess they're still using a boxer engine. I don't know what they think they can get out of it. Put I. Don't know how much you need like when you start looking at. You start looking at some of can block stuff like his is. His Unicorn. Mustang and I think the truck and whatever that he did your all wheel drive and I don't know nine hundred horsepower. It's doing four wheel burnouts and and I don't know maybe this comes in at six hundred ish. Yeah I mean, also it's such A. Unique piece and there's you know twin turbos on it I'm guessing that. A lot of it is about the fuel. especially with the turbo. So you turn up to boost your run, the aviation fuel or the one, eight nine or whatever it is, and you can really. You know you can take that thing from. Four hundred horsepower at six, seventy five with really putting in the good juice and really turn a wick and having the computer manage that system. So yeah, I would I would guess six hundred plus on something like that. But I don't think you wouldn't think you would need much more than that. I think when we talk to to Tanner Faust Awhile back when he was doing like X. Games rally cross in I don't think the focus was like the fiesta or something like that before and tiny engine and we asked him how much boost. I. I WANNA say he said sixty pounds of boost. He might he might. He said that it's something you. At something insane again, once you learn any kind of fuel you want, and once you you you you dedicate that much to. Yeah. We're looking at it it. It's it's insane. It's gotta be. It's gotta be well over six hundred horsepower. I would guess yeah, it's. It's funny when you think about sixty pounds of boost. Okay. So without the TURBOS, the engine makes twelve horsepower than the rest is just boost. It's six hundred horsepower boost. Yeah. Those things have the compression on those things. I if you're. I have no idea idea I six to one like I. I, don't know how welk's not good fuel you can. You can run more compression. If all we're trying to do is give it of Ya. It can't be six to one but what I'm saying is back in the day yet it just lower that compression. Up The booze now modern day cars with the computers they can still have the higher compression still keep the boost. Yeah. Yeah. It's It's it's pretty amazing. What we can do even on on turnkey. Cars, corvettes, mustangs. Speak an a corvette and eleven to one compression run eight pounds of boost. There's a there's a corvette thing I want to get into once you hit your Guyq on them we'll talk about the new C. Eight. Yeah. So you know what's really scary right now's seeing how much you could be saving on car insurance by switching to GEICO. It's almost scary. Is that homemade Elf your mom major wear junior High.
"campion" Discussed on CarCast
"What is there at what authenticates it as? Tom Cruise cars are chassis numbers or brass tags or some kind of. It, it's a two car. It's it's the chassis I. Don't know how it got verified but at whoever's had just had a fatal could have a stamping on it or something. Yeah or for for. You know I it has a story to like the dude who bought it knows where he bought it from he'll tell you who the thing is. You Know Troy Talk to the guy who made the chassis it's like some of it is. Official documented stamps and codes and things, and then others have just started dude say Arielle here's yeah and it's not that long. So you know some dudes probably had it for thirty years you know right sitting in his garage. So. It's it's it's the chassis the body is missing. It has A. Two Forty S. X. Body on it, I'm trying to think yeah. A different body on it the the engine is different and not correct. It's supposed to have an L. motor in it. It's got something else maybe a little more modern. and. There's some interesting bits and pieces to it. It was Bob Sharp car but it wasn't built by Bob Sharp was built by another. Guy. SORTA. Delivered to sharp. And the story is I hear it from Troy is was built. given a sharp. Sharp put it in his livery with the put the planters peanuts on. It got the sponsors names going on. It Scott sharp evidently shook it out. Okay and and kind of kind of broke it in work dialed in, and then they gave it over to cruise. Yeah. That sounds pretty consistent with the storage were heard about cruise getting in with new men and it for them to to say Hey Scott, you know show. Tom The ropes, and let's just buy a car and converted into the livery in you know dial it in the way we want that kind of makes sense. So that seems pretty consistent with. With the story that we've. Come to here through the movie and the books and everybody would talk to. The DOC. should be interesting. Yeah. So we'll We'll see how that. Odyssey goes probably just. Get get it to troy fee doesn't already have it, and then you know just tell him, you do it and do the the restoration on body panels and stuff you have to find I mean, you can't find them. You gotTa make make them right but such is such as life I mean, I was asking him. But then they make any deck leads or our hoods or anything for this car you know. because. They. Make him for five ten. You could get a fiberglass declaration trunk, lay our hood or flares right and get stuff for it. You know and. Then racecars or not now. There's no market no market for that. Yeah. That's kind of tough. I think we we did some stuff like that when you When you check the Newman Camaro and put it back to the Oldsmobile There were some body pieces I think we were able to make or. From the other oldsmobile or measure get mold for. But some of that, you know like the roof on that thing in the whatever the. Pillars and all that. The C pillars rather in the back. Had to be taken off of that. Those were metal pieces off. Did you say roof we had to get through the room. And the and the pillars the now had to be crafted off of a of an oldsmobile cutlass a joke yard and and well, the Don and fitted and rounded Kinda, it's kind of funny when you buy a whole car. To just use the sheet metal roof. Yeah and I think we used some of the plastic on the tail lights. Yeah. Yeah then scrap the rest and you buy the thing for five hundred bucks. And you. You got the roof off and have somebody welded on there for eight thousand dollars. The rest. Yeah for. For Two hundred bucks. So I'm looking down punch list here. Hoard is opening up orders on the mach one. Yes. So On Wednesday the fourteenth October Fourteenth They did kind of a fun. Thank seventy three years after Chuck yeager broke the Mach One record in a plane they've timed at that Ford one now makes it available Wednesday is the day you can order the new mach one. The twenty twenty one. Ford Mustang Mach One. I was talking to a Goldberg earlier in the week is one of the things that I like about what we're doing with cars now, especially in the performance cars is. Instead of just launching car having its five year run, and then it gets like a face lift or few updates is we're making progress each iteration of the car each year it's coming out right? Like this car basically replaces the Mustang bullet which was fantastic for. Fifty one thousand bucks. This one also fifty, one, thousand, and change. But they've already learned things from the GT, three fifty and the GD five hundred they're saying, Oh, well, we've improved the. The the steering and we've made adjustments of the MAGNA ride suspension and we've got some ero so now. The downforce on this car is better than the GT three fifty and we've modified a Gurney flap and we've taken the GT three fifty oil coolers and put him on this end and you know the bullet had rev matching but not on the traffic transmission had different transmission that wasn't as durable. People wanted the durable once. So they're saying, Hey, we've got the traffic six speed manual from the GT three fifty with rev matching. Yeah cool stuff. Yeah. LAS upset because Three had I. don't know three years ago. They're talking about the Fiftieth Anniversary of the movie bullied or something, and they wanted to come out with the bullet pay tribute to McQueen and Bob John. Ford was talking to me they're talking August, and we went down and visited them I. Remember you're born and we sat and creative space and pitched their creative team. And I just came up with this killer. I loved it I. Loved it. I. Loved it too, and if you guys are listening, heard it before but it was just. The fiftieth anniversary of you know the movie bullet driving a Ford. Mustang and The the lead in two minute would be. People didn't know it but my dad was a pretty popular actor in the late sixties early seventies you on camera talking yeah, and Bullet McQueen a lot of people don't know 'cause a lot of it was cut out all cut out, but he had a passenger. During that chase she they ended it around. It was yeah I was this partner Buddy is my dad he got he got edited out of the movie, but we have footage. Of, we have some of the footage from the original shot and and of course, just be moved the huge Afro piece I and a Turtleneck sweater. Shiny Leather Blazer just going out of my mind hang onto the dashboard screaming out. And, of course, you just cut to the outside of the car and it's it's pitch sideways going through the streets of San Francisco and then you cut and I'm hanging onto the dash. Screaming. But then of course, you cut back on one of And I have like a milkshake astronomers casually drinking out of it. You know you have all that kind of funny. You come back. I'm upside down in the you know. You just do that. Yeah, and I know from doing so many man show bats I can see it already I'm like, oh, that's gold mad is going to be funny. and. Never did and. But pitched him mean my picture in the room and they're like Oh. Oh so funny looks so good and I don't think they ever did anything, but the point is. I was that. Mike. All right and it's a good idea. It's a funny idea. Now I kind of feel like we need to do that at some point, we need to figure out a way to do that I. Agree. It's funny. Travis Pastrana is doing some Jim Gymkhana so Travis Pastrana. Is Teaming up with Ken Block and the guys to do a Gymkhana video. But instead of just taking one of the rally cars drift cars or whatever they were able to get with Subaru and Chris can find a a photo is a Travis Pastrana Gymkhana Subaru. They were able to do a purpose built car so they can make it as bad shape crazy as they wanted to and and. What's Built me it's not a rally car. Blah Blah Blah they made a specific Gymkhana car and they were able to. No limitations like we can do crazy era, we can do crazy horse power. We can do whatever, and although this thing is actually wind tunnel tested. It's got like you look at that front fender. Yeah. Click like look at this bat wing thing that's going on I get that it's got a little bit of Dark Knight Batmobile in it, but they also try to make it as functional as possible. And apparently the car works. Fantastic..
"campion" Discussed on CarCast
"All right. Okay. All right. What do you got? Well, some bad news about our good friend John Campion. John Campion a passed away he's fighting. Leukemia. I believe for time. Yeah and he had just. I think you interviewed him on taking me at one point. Is a great a replay that on Monday The next. Nice, Craig Guy, who's also on this show last year. That's why we had him here as well. Very enthusiastic. Very chatty. The Very Irish. Yeah also Jay Leno's garage seen him there with this. Lancia's the. A great motor in him pardon the Pun because he loves cars but he he just had that zest for life. Big Laugh good guy always ready to. Have a conversation and talk about anything and. He's going to be missed because he was a good guy good car guy and the thing that was an interesting car guy. You know some of these guys. You know where they just go. His guys got fifteen. He's got fifteen cameras. All consecutive years starting in nineteen, eighty seven and it's like, okay. But campion had the l'ancienne which were amazing and stuff. We didn't even really know about then ones with Lama history and on the Martini livery I mean. Total wheelhouse, for. Like like more interesting things. Yeah. He also had F one car or a couple of one cars and he sent me a video of him driving which I think was. A John Player special car. Well, if you think it was it was not a lot of black and goal I just remember black and gold right and he he sent me a video like this isn't out yet. It's to show. He goes it's so much fun to have the best of my life. So. It was just so into it I don't. You see pictures of his collect shown. He has a great job by the way. But also like you talked about a guy with a motor is a guy that just started off as like a road aegis to a low level guy. Doing concerts working at concerts, setting up stages, and just being like I. Don't know kind of like a PA if you will and noticed while doing that and I'm sure you'll have the the longer story on take any noticed that the companies that showed up to supply power generators and all that stuff. He saw some flaws in that. You don't build himself up that type of company and did it from scratch. A need Any any any hardworking entrepreneur. So anyway a great guy and he will be missed. Yes. All right. So onto the stratus auction. Looking at now, as we tape this, there's a couple of days left on a couple of cars we like. I think the Nissan would end today. The on hence today the Cunningham. Car The country ham carts up to three hundred grand. So some somebody's been bidding on it. Yeah. Little Movement on it. We think the price on a car like dad is more in this six, seven, twenty, five range show still quite quite shy that. of his a fourteen day auction at it sat at one hundred grand for about ten days or something and you know I think what you want. In an auction as you want movement. You know what? I mean like you you want you want action. Yeah and so it was at one hundred grand for a week plus and then I looked the other day and it was three hundred grand. So there's some movement. You know there is some some action going there is this is a tough one because. When you do a long auction like this it. With a new company like Stratus, the fourteen day auction has. Some? It it makes a little bit of sense because. It allows them to start the auction and start generating some buzz about the car or at least they hope to they're saying, hey, it's there. You see it. You can read about the auctions open at least get your name in maybe throw in a bid do something you've got plenty of time now as the site becomes more popular in this auction company, really start to take off more. I could see that being more like a week auction because they have to do more of them, and there's more people that know about the cars. Bring that down a little bit but it was a little kind of frustrating. because. We're such fans of that car to watch that thing. Sit At. One, hundred grand for. Whatever the first ten days of its fourteen days are eleven days of its fourteen days. Go what's how come nobody's getting in on this car? What's happening? What's happening whereas whereas everybody right? So we'll. We'll know we'll know in the next few days there's a Jag. Twenty I think that's At Two Twenty There and he's being funny. Yeah. There's the GDP Nissan that's one, hundred, thousand like eighty, three dollars, which is another one of those someone's being funny. I think the number on the cars. Yeah. So there's some of that going on but we'll we'll find out what's going on. soon, by the time you hear this, we'll we'll have some. We'll have some answers what else swapping the transmission from the six ten to the five ten that's going on ready for December race getting ready for. Race. That'd be good whether it'd be nice. Yeah yeah, it should be Let's see. We got the. Escort rolled in. Yet I just rolled up here and Started doing the podcasts but did you Were you here when they unloaded it. Yeah well, no I. It's one of these things where it's like not sure if you've fired it up or not you gotTA. You know my life is very strange. I on the day, the thing was supposed to. Fly In and travel and doing all kinds of crazy. I had to come in here and do an ACS podcast, and then I had to hustle the lax and then I had to land and Oakland and I had to drive to Stockton, and then I had to do a Gig in Stockton and then I got back in the car went back to Oakland and I went back to lax. It's such a bizarre life. I guess is kind of your first world problem where the car was supposed to be unloaded. While I was doing the podcast and the morning. Then after the podcast, you know Mike August shows up with his backpack. Ready. To hit the road and then I run over to the shop for eighteen seconds. I. Look at the car and then a run back here we drive by the way I don't know how many people on that southwest flight just bought a Paul Newman race car, but it's got to be less than ten percent. One Minute I'm standing next to the Paul Newman chronic thing I'm just sitting in between two people on the southwest side. Yeah I thought they were selling middle seats. You're sitting next to Mike. What. Yeah. I sat next to Mike On. Yeah. We kept the seat in between the flight home. He didn't make it so. We just didn't have enough time to drop the rental car off and dropped me off Oh. So so he takes the hit he's gotta walk. Home. God knows what might does he had a bunch of food that we took from the GIG? Sure he's he's probably still eat all that driving back a rental car drove it all the way back. So let's see. So we haven't seen it. So now I'm excited, we go over there and and Check it out like more than just for eighteen seconds. I guess yeah. All you got another podcast this hurry my only. My only takeaway is it's on wets. The tires nabis on it. Yeah, and it's funny. Those cars look so cool on this big wide slicks. Yeah. They don't look that good on the wets. It's like too much tread. Bite. Who owned it? Did drive it. You'd like to race it and he lives in Florida right? So a lot of rain. So a lot of raid. So yeah, we'll figure out slicks. I talked to what? Troy Amish about cantilevered slicks, which he says they make I didn't know they still made him back in the day they used the CANTU that slicks it would hang over two inches. A talk to troy a little bit about the Tom. Cruise's two hundred sacks. Yeah. To prime car. So we had a little discussion about that and maybe Purchasing that car and putting it back together. What sort of this status as far as you're able to to gather on what's original what's been changed over the years? Obviously, it's a racing car. So engines don't really necessarily exist all the time as far as like the all the original pieces and we've seen that on on all the race cars over the shop some things get changed control arms things like that..
Blue Flu: A number of Atlanta Police Officers walk out in apparent protest
"A move just hours left to turn himself in former officer Garrett Ralph charged with murder in the death of an Atlanta man who fired a taser at police the other officer Devin Bronson charged with aggravated assault turned himself in earlier today and has been released Thailand of merit kisha lance bottoms said that the morale Berlin as police department is down quote tenfold the police union chief Vince Campion said officers walked off the job last night and at least two of the city six
"campion" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Have some information that part of this organization has come from a city outside the valley and they've had experience in doing this other places outside the valley and so I don't with is in the weather the one thing about anarchists is they're not supposed to be organized this is a start getting organized Campion arcus anymore so that's that's just what it is you know he says think about they broke windows a store that had no product on display there's no product in that store for them to steal they removed all the product and locked up but yet they still felt necessary take a baseball bat and break in huge glass windows that wall over there glass is dropping a distance or whoever have you standing in the doorway and thankfully no one got hurt so when you look at that there's really no rhyme or reason and so we've got our suspicions I don't think it's a conspiracy theory we have our suspicions but the reality is what has changed and there's just nothing about this is acceptable and I would call upon leadership because we are rich in leadership in the in the in the in the valley in the state and leadership among the people in this very room staring at me and the fact that the message has to be this is just unacceptable behavior they can't be this there people are frustrated they're doing this there's nothing equates frustration to burning somebody's business down or reckon somebody's cars on display in our show room that that's not good that there's no justification for that story isn't just occasion something that happens sometimes in some other state five states away which was wrong by the way so I just ask leadership to take a stance that this is unacceptable behavior and will take the proper actions to identify the people involved so my commitment you have got to get the hook my commitment to you is what I've done last night's over what's that further information if you provide me all I don't have a name for no I'm sorry they are Christian have name of the group but anyway the point is is that I can't name a group I will tell you that we're we're not stocked with our investigation we started our investigation reviewing things will help us identify people that were participating in this event and participate in this event in the in the wrong way and we're going to identify them and hopefully bring them to justice thank you an interview real quick the mayor does need to leave some excuse him now and then we're gonna go to two more questions go ahead please thank you for coming this question is she thank you and then two more questions thank you yes.
Top 10 Performers of the 2010s
"Actually I am kind of I write poetry Snow Book Secret Notebook or your poet. Yeah that's great but you like to hear what sure sure it doesn't really Ryan though. Okay kind of like him better when they don't me to all right so we've heard your number ten. We've heard my number six Adam driver. Who's your number nine performer? The decade? Okay boy this hurts me because it wasn't too long ago I was asking if this was the best actress of the twenty tens and I still think she's in the conversation but Elizabeth Moss. When I sat down to do this list fell down to number nine okay and I think for me. It's it's partly again. I'm backing into the list here. It's partly because her strongest work was on television. I don't know if it's fair. We're a film show so I'M GONNA hold that. It's not fair okay. It probably isn't yet to discount the handmaiden and madman but you're right if you include those. Then how is she? Not One of the performance of the Dick and Jane campion's crime series top of the lake. Yeah so so you know those three works alone in her work in them specifically I mean madman. I made the argument. She's as crucial to that series. Almost as crucial. Let's say Don Draper. She was the lead in in Top of the lake in the lead the handmaid's tale but I look back at the big screen to and The one I love I think great in. I know you love the film more than Me Adam but the collaboration with Alex. Ross Perry's Ben. My favorite thing about those including are probably hurt toured force performance of the last. Ten years is in her smile. I think just from last year and then yeah squeezing in that great supporting part in US last year as well getting to show her comic chops I had to keep her on this list but when I started comparing her to the filmography we're going to get to higher up. Yeah I couldn't put up there at the very top. Yes same process with me. Though she slipped a little further I did begin by ranking top ten actresses top ten actors then figured out how to merge them and go made the cut. I Have Elizabeth Moss in my six through ten actresses but did not make my top ten overall. My number ten is an actress. And this is one where you could accuse me Josh of maybe looking ahead a little too much but I think the foundation of great work in this decade is also there. She is the only other one that woman I'm about to mention. She's the only other one with driver who feels to me like locks. We could already pencil them in for when we're doing this list in ten years okay. We're GONNA look back on the twenty twenties and go. Of course. This was the decade of Adam driver and of Sir Sha Ronin the three great performances come in Brooklyn in Lady Bird and of course last year in Greta. Gerwig 's little women and there's two great films there for me all time great films frankly in Lady Bird and little women. I'm less high on Brooklyn though I like Brooklyn quite a bit and I really do think. It's a wonderful performance from her. She also appears of course in Wes. Anderson's Grand Budapest hotel and I really liked her in Joe. Wright's Hannah for me. Ronin is the insistent innocent. There is some naievety about her. As you look at those performances Brooklyn ladybird little women but really just a lack of experience. There's the census. She still has a lot to learn about herself and about the world and relationships. She's going to make mistakes. She's GonNa make a fool of herself but that's because she's always going to put herself on the line there is a determination and there's a voracious nece to Ronin characters that I find really appealing. I was looking back at my notes from our review of Lady Bird and I mentioned the way she just kind of burns with this intensity and this focus. It's almost like she's from another planet in the way she talks and the way she studying the people she's engaging with there is this provocation that is inherent to the lady bird character where she's just so eager to expand her knowledge her base of knowledge. It seems like that's what she's after in every encounter in life and maybe more than anything. Josh the reason why I wanted to make sure I fit. Ronin on this list is I just want to continue to put out into the universe. This idea that I did see floating around social media after a recent Hollywood reporter with Ronin and Greta Gerwig where they talk about future collaborations with each other. And there's a great question by the interviewer posed to Gerwig about working with Ronan and differences in working with her now versus lady bird and I thought Gerg's answer was really instructive. She says it's the benefit of working with someone you've worked with before. I felt like in some ways I had conceived lady bird before I knew she was playing it and I'd written drafts of little women before I knew she was playing it but I don't know any other way to say it. Except she was an author of Lady Bird but even more so she was an author of little women. I felt like she knew exactly what we were making the whole time as a filmmaker as much as an actor she really became a second director for me. It was like an extension of every thought. I had she'd walk out in another step. I think honestly the closest I've had to it is writing. With Noah Noah Baumbach who is her partner. But that's fitting of. Gerwig I think in her personality that she so generous in giving Ronin all that credit as an artistic collaborator but I think it speaks to the intelligence and again that voracious nece that comes through in her character's it's probably embedded within ronin herself. That made her such a good collaborator with Gerwig. And the key line from this is Gerwig saying I'm interested to see what movie we make when searches in her fifties. And I'm in my sixties. WoN'T THAT BE INTERESTING? And I'm thinking that's great but I want to see the movie that you make together when searches in her thirties when searches in her forties. I can't wait until the fifties I would be perfectly content of those to just continue to make movies together until the end of time. So Sir Sharon did just sneak onto my list ten. Hey I like your band with Jona rubies. Len Fans knew awesome.
"campion" Discussed on CarCast
"You're listening to casserole car cast on podcast one well in this show we talk to one of my heroes john campion because he's such a great gentleman but wow what an impressive guy you couldn't listen to him on a taken me talking about guy raised himself from nothing and now he's got a crazy car collection all hot lamont talking livery talk first if bernie lansing fans out there this guy's got the premier collection in the world's first i'll say about continental o e t s that's right you confined weird things in your car petrified french fries melt the crowns life snake bizarre trinkets oh it's all out there stuffed it make you wonder about folks you also find continental belts bet you didn't know they're oh he on millions of chrysler dodge ford bmw vw in gm vehicles continental is launching the aftermarket multi v belt with the oh we pedigree it's there oh we technology series fanatically engineered for perfect fit every time form and function for ninety eight percent of vehicles on the road in d u s an in canada so that means statistically were talking to you continental technology series multi v belt the belt but the o e pedigree get the full story at o e technology series dot com yeah i get it on got to get on a judgment against among the gay again all thanks for tuning in thanks without a friend car cast is the show i'm excited about our guest today about that in a second castrol car cast in that a map the motive raider dandruff over there good man is we know in the house first a fifteen seconds where the j b weld made in the usa usa pros and d i wires have trusted j b weld for more than fifty years we've had here we is at home we use it in the garage it is j b weld get it j b weld dot com and home depot and everywhere else john campion is gonna come in a john is
"campion" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
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"campion" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"News like getting passed by buses it was on the john campion collection down in florida was like a crazy hardcore launch shia works enthusiasts some bowl collection of every launch show works vehicle from nineteen seventy five to nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight yeah somebody please loesch bellows from what are those off of a guy ardo ardo lights don't like short yard lights they look like garda lights for you flip the sides the nine thousand nine what about guys what about the imports you know now it's like twenty five years is it we're we're we're getting to the nineties now i think it's gonna get hot with employers against it shutdown gotta wanna loans at delta so bad there so i see one driving around malibu once in a while and i'm like that's so hot black tan if you find one that lou right here is very nice he's the best looking wheel i think on any car from that era bar none who made the kevin yellow or something like that probably are probably so expensive to reply view through a place a set of those wheels why do i feel like they're osy now all of a sudden they said that there was some rally shit well yeah it's the rally style which a lot of people did oh i love everything launched you did in this period of time i just i just got a little up close and personal with an three seven i didn't get to drive it but it was incredible.
"campion" Discussed on Filmspotting
"It's ruth however who brings sexuality into their dynamic and when she does that the power shift sort of in her favour but also kind of ends the whole thing for both of them so this is a difficult and disarming like the best of campion can be and i do think it deserves more attention alongside some of her more acclaimed work like the piano which i think people think of first when it comes to certain the piano part of film flooding madness the only jane campion film that is my number four is a movie from 1998 that i was just searching your archive josh to see if you would possibly seen and reviewed this movie and so far i am finding that you don't have a review ohio that means may be overlooked it it is the opposite of sex another directing debut don roofs israel he added director it starts christina ricci she's a promiscuous teen from louisiana and her father dies so she takes off heads to indiana where martin donovan plays her get a half brother i don't think i did see this i know what you're talking about yeah i can't i remember seeing it on video in the year to after it came out and she goes causes a lot of issues as she meets up with that brother who has this younger boyfriend and dd that's the ricci character's name she can't stop herself from trying to seduce that new boyfriend lisa kudrow this for her was a big breakout role lotta people talked about because it was phoebe really in her first i think movie role or lease for first notable starring role playing a character very much the opposite of phoebe speaking of clint this is a movie that if i watched it now i could have that reaction to it where i was so blown away at the time in ninety ninety nine by the meta approach to it by russe where he acknowledges right from the opening narration that it is a movie that it has a narrator that it has someone who is telling the story and may not be all that reliable i think the quote we get is something like if you don't like movies were.
"campion" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"Into this i'm going to do some were due diligence well listen to more the show can we get rid of knowles i said apps loris lease as an unnecessary at a contract so so i'll probably hear more today but it's like you know i had more pitches to do more people have have heard it wanted to do it i look at the odds are always against it but they didn't kick me out of the room let's put it that way they did not say we're not going to do is they didn't call up usually find out pretty quickly whether they're out of it is she has done absolute diligence she is listening is talking about so we'll see you have more courage than i do i think has you much more famous and successful and i am when i'm onset or in a rehearsal or whatever i've been in that in a lot of these situations either with film or theater and they start talking about politics and this i guess when trump was happening and even before then and i just keep my mouth shut because they don't they don't do it to be mean they do it because it's so unfathomable that somebody would vote for a republican and i just keep my mouth shut so ed's pro probably better that your european open event here's the thing here's the way i figured i figured it for myself you're an actor right your yearly apply other people's i live by my words my words have to say what i mean they have to start you know so i i never want to go in there and pretend to be something and then had them find out on something else and so now my word doesn't mean anything right eye and also i think of it if i'm going to survive with i'm probably not in hollywood i'd dive kinda thought like i won't survive on okay y'all live another way but but if i'm going to survive they have to realize that you can be on the other side of this these questions and be that decent person i i've been protected by the fact that i i love gay people never had a problem i all my life i've never had a so i'm not i'm not in that campion on that in a place where they absolutely go blind.
"campion" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Rather than serve up straight ahead action campion breeds together a murder mystery cultural sociology offbeat comedy family psychodrama and striking imagery her highly personal deeply ingrained feminism shapes everything from robbins tricky relationship to men to the handling of police forced sexual politics to the digressive satirical moments when young men sit around reading prostitute in fact alone among the world's major filmmakers campion's work is all about women in their psychosexual lives the torment of the teen years the struggle to become an artist the price of a bed marriage the allure of dangerous men this new season digs deep into a theme unusual for a cop show motherhood robbins hunt free killer becomes an exploration of mothering in his many aspects maternal instinct genetic inheritance adoption the yearning for children the hiring of surrogates even the choice not to be a mother talking about the dearth of women directors campion once remarked how strange it is that we aren't getting the point of view of half the world especially when that half gave birth to the whole world in top of the lake china girl we do get that point of view and the result is the mother of all cop show john powers writes about film and tv for vogue and vogue dot com top of the lake china girl begins sunday on sundance tv coming up justin chang reviews the new film the unknown girl desist fresh air support for this podcast in the following message come from canary canary believes protecting your home should be simple that's why canary design and hd security system that sets up in seconds and connects right to your tho watch live in recorded video monitor your home's airquality or in an emergency sound than ninety decibel siren all from within the app there are no false alarms no long contracts and no having to remember to punch the keypad before you leave canary automatically arms and disarms as you come and go canary is a new way of thinking about home security go to meet canary dot com and save twenty dollars on canary cameras with code fresh.
"campion" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones
"The role of the movie but the experience of like which filmmaker am i going to get to work with and watch or which what other actor in here have always admired that i'm going to get to see how they operate it's always been a matter of leg looking at it for how i can use it in my own life and the things i'm trying to do here he say that i think about a couple of the big films that that probably came out of nowhere like tropic thunder i would assume was something worth like oh this is a real fill this 100milliondollar phillies on those look movie star campion right and and i guess what i'm wondering is did you ever have those moments of oh crap now have to kind of go do this for real and my my my college buddies aren't there 100 percent all the time i mean every time you every time you get on any those mean like in that series inches crazies like you know i really went from watching guys like ben stiller in jack black in these guys on my couch stoned watching them to just like six months later like showing up onto a said in having dak like i should be here i belong here it's like it's it was crazy it really was made that point are you think should i higher and acting coach it class or or did you just figure i just figured i was like i'm just gonna do approach the same way i would've script i'm going to just like look at this character and figure out what i can do and i'm just gonna make sure that i know this back and forth so that i'm capable of doing whatever it is this guy's gonna ask of me you know 'cause you look at those guys like well they have natural bility's but at the end of the day i'm sure it all starts with being really prepared knowing what they're doing knowing the tone knowing what they're capable love were the cable pushing themselves and such seemed like kind of breaking it down that way of like right.