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"canon bannon" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

11:47 min | 1 year ago

"canon bannon" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Some names and things you might not remember remember that make the story a very rich scandal indeed. We sat down and talked to Lyonnnais faulk about slow-burn about fiasco and especially about the Iran Contra scandal. It's the law fair podcast episode. Five hundred four Lyonnnais faulk on Iran Contra and other scandals. Leon we WANNA talk a lot today about the Iran Contra scandal and what developed who is involved in it what it teaches us today. But let's go back a little bit earlier because this is not your first scandal. Why do you love? Why do you love digging into other people's misery that hit the headlines Headlines I don't think of it that way I I only realized the richness of of political scandal. After we're doing the first season of slow burn. It wasn't it was never something I really gravitated towards before I had a I had a career the print reporter for about I guess ten years before before we started slow-burn and covered you know the book publishing industry and I had written about pop music. I'd written about Academia at the Boston Globe Ebb and criminal justice late. So I don't know I never I'd never really engaged with political scandals before making these shows And I think what I found. I like about them is that they allow you to tell stories about individuals who are passing through history history or like walking across the stage of history and experiencing that history in a in a pretty unique way. So you know a lot of these stories that we've we've we've rendered Richard is podcasts whether it's Watergate of the Clinton impeachment Iran Contra or the two thousand election you know we we learn about them. We vaguely remember them as spectators. But what I what I found is that when you actually speak to individuals who were there in especially individuals who who didn't become famous for for what they did so people who are working as investigators for for for a congressional committee whose names no one really knows house outside of a very narrow circle you know they experienced the stuff with all the same human receptors and sensitivities that we experience our lives as As we as we move through the world and it's the combination of that relate ability and the sort of hugeness of the of the events that these people become part of love that I think gives me sort of they that this is what I love about it so you started the first season when you were co Creator and former host of slow-burn. You started that first season just as the trump administration was beginning. Why did you decide to narrow down on Watergate? As as the first story stories to tell well so First of all I think we didn't really know is the first story we were telling we just. We were imagining sequels. That point and you know I think uh I think at the at the time when we started which I think was round I wanNA say August of two thousand seventeen investigations were already well underway and more more more generally like the feeling of chaos Emanating from the White House was in full effect And you're hearing a lot. You know. References to Watergate on TV. So you know where people were sort of invoke it more pretty briefly As sort of an obvious reference point and you you know a lot of people who had roles in Watergate like like people in the independent counsel's office were talking about it on television as experts So it was in the air you know and I think what we wanted to do was serve. You've asked whether living through Watergate was similar to what it felt like to live through twenty sixteen twenty seventeen sort of waking up everyday and not knowing what was is going to happen Looking forward to the next revelation you know that we were gonNA get gets read about in the Times from the mall or investigation and I think that that animating a meeting impulse like what was it like to live through that scandal that turmoil on a day-to-day basis is what kind of lead us to the recipe. We ended up with. There's so many stories within all. Oh these yeah totally. I mean I feel like with with the subsequent seasons. We've done we we've sort of inadvertently tapped into something very resonant in terms of the present present but with that first one like it was very deliberate like we knew that Watergate was gonNA feel relevant We didn't necessarily know how are we didn't really know the just the the a number of different very specific parallels that we were going to discover but we had a we had a feeling that it would feel relevant and I think in the end part of what made the show successful was that batting people were able to listen to slow-burn and it informed. They're thinking about the present by way of a of a narrative it didn't use trump's name all the time and it also introduced them them to some people that they they hadn't experienced before because in the popular imagination. Watergate is the story of of course Richard Nixon but it's the story of John John Dean. Maybe it's the story of some of the congressional investigators but you drilled into a personality like Martha Mitchell and here's someone someone who may have kindled some memories for people who were around then but for people who weren't you. Were telling a whole new story about someone who has an outsized outsized personality and really able to bring that story alive. What were the things that stood out to you after doing that episode on on the Attorney General's wife and and while it resonated with your audience? So it's funny like I always gets a little self conscious when people say to me like. How did you discover Martha the Mitchell because like hey? She was super famous at the time I forget. What the Gallup poll on her name recognition was but it was insane people people really treat it as a celebrity before all this stuff with Watergate happened and so I was just fascinated by the fact that someone could be that well known and just fade away from from popular consciousness? I think you know some older listeners. What would laugh when I when I treated her as a novelty? 'cause they grew up knowing about her but again I I always feel feel sheepish when people like give me credit for discovering because you know she's in all the books If you read you know Anthony Lucas's nightmare like there's a lot of lot of material on Martha Mitchell in there. But I think like what I realized when I think it wasn't I think it was in reading Lucas. where I I learned about her? What's what struck me was that she had not become attached to Watergate in a lasting way in part because our sort of main like texts that we all reference when I am only mainly talking about all the president's men didn't include her And I was actually tickled defined an early script of all the president it did include her which made me you know which made me wonder if those scenes had been shot and have included in the movie like would mark Mitchell have become part of the Canon Bannon you know alongside Woodward and Bernstein and I just don't know but yeah it really felt like turning over Iraq and finding all this amazing material I felt like cheating? Get you know again as someone who was a print reporter writing what the present And constantly trying to like find some original angle or some little tidbit of you know that could be a fresh lead. It felt like cheating to go into history. Read all this stuff what you know. Watch whatever documentaries already existed and realized that I could bring this material Israel back to life for audience for whom it would be entirely new and then for the second season you Winston repeat but you you took the Clinton Lewinsky Story and looked at it and some different ways. For example spending I think the entirety of an episode on the feminist movement. Both how it split at the time over issues of how to deal with the president and those allegations but then also the reflection in the decades sense. What did you learn about the feminist this movement and societal attitudes in general based on that analysis? The big thing that struck me from doing the interviews I did for that. Episode was is that the conventional wisdom that feminist sort of as a group abandoned Monica Lewinsky and and through through her to the wolves service of siding with President who's policies on abortion. They supported was not all the way true. There is in fact a very rich. And spirited debate within the feminist movement between people like Linda Hirshman whom I interviewed who's feeling was We belief was that relationship between a president and an intern was inherently exploitative because of the power differential and that Monica Lewinsky was a victim and that she should have been treated as one rather than as a punchline meanwhile there were on the whole younger feminists who held the position that Monica Lewinsky may have been young but she was also an adult and she she should be free and have the autonomy to make decisions decisions about her sex life. That other people don't approve of and that doesn't make her victim. She she entered into this affair with with with an understanding of what it was and she should be allowed to do that. And I think what struck me about that debate eight is that twenty years later. You know the Linda Hirshman position. which is that the power differential is so extreme that it cannot be tolerated? That is I think today. The sort of fashionable actionable rumour progressive point of view whereas back. Then I think those younger feminists saw someone Linda Hirshman as being conservative right. And so you know. The sort of shifting the political or ideological valence of these two poll of these two Poles was really interesting to me. What was the difference in the reactions that you got directly? Clearly I mean obviously slow-burn did well the IHEART radio podcast awards last year. You you one podcast of the year across all categories raise but in terms of feedback directly to you what was the difference between the response to the Watergate stories and the Whitewater Slash Lewinsky eski stories. So I think they may have reached slightly different audiences. I'm not sure but I think the the the Clinton season landed at a time. When people really thinking hard about the metoo movement people were quite primed to reevaluate Clinton Through the prism of the metoo movement there was just like a real sense of. I think people people came away from it may be I. I like to believe with a sense of clarity about what exactly happened. Who did what and I think you know I? I will say that we got some reactions that were like. Wow you know Clinton boy what a what a monster. He's is no better than trump. And that's you know. I don't think that's what we were saying. You know I I the way I always ask me like your did your view of Clinton change over the course of the season and the answer is certainly yes. I think that always happens when you learn a lot about a person but the way I always have to answer that question is like are we including the Juanita broaddrick allegations. Listen or are we putting them to decide because if you put them decide. I think there's a lot of gray area to discuss in a lot of you know quite morally ambiguous Things to work through if you think he is a violent rapist. Then there's not a lot to talk about And so I think different things stayed with different listeners. I think for some people full one big takeaway was that boy Clinton really was pursued like a like a like a real target by these conservative forces for other people it was you you know the Juanita broaddrick episode really sort of just like overpowered everything else..

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"canon bannon" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"canon bannon" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Okay very excited to talk about. Why the winners lost as confusing title but Jessica? Can you break down. What we're going to talk about here today? No pressure so I find myself with to survivor. Encyclopedias so I will be relying very heavily on your memories of all of Amber Rob Harvey Sandra Sarah Ethan. Jeremy Tony and Tyson's games that they played and did not win because we all know that they are winners but unfortunately they were also losers at at a time to so. That's what we will be breaking down today. I think this is very fun and I think this is an interesting way to approach this season as in as we go into that. Yes these are all people that won the game but it's not always easy to win and nineteen of them. We'll lose and for some of them. It will be a multiple times loss for them and it just goes to show you how hard of a game survivor is. Absolutely and some of them will probably lose multiple times just in this season. Maybe some people could lose two or three times even in this season. He's in that in South Pacific and he's not even here in this season to play again anyway so very excited to get into this with you. Both David David. I know since the last time we spoke on the season. Forty round table number five. You haven't been feeling well what's going on. Oh I just You know little in pneumonia knocked out here for a week So I got to catch up on some shows and mostly lay on the couch and hack my lungs. Oh okay well happy that. You're feeling better and here with us. I know I saw in our patrons group that you said you watch all of the clone wars What brought you to that Something I hadn't seen yet do a final season and I and there were some references in the man Delorean that my son told me we're back to the clone wars an extra actually. There were several of them so it was interesting. There was also so one a character who appeared in rogue one was immersed in the clone wars. So you know it's it's considered Canon bannon gotta be fully caught up on that David. David I said I'm not bringing the clones. I only brought them to game changers. This is there are no clones clones. I may go rogue he would be the rogue one. Okay all right so let's talk about. Why why the winners lost some of the winners they lost then they won some of the winners one and then come back and have lost? So I think it'd be interesting interesting to see You know who's trending in the right direction as we head into season forty. I'm David What's the order that you want to try to attack the these as a this list of survivor winners. Who have lost? I thought I'd keep it simple and just go alphabetical order by first name. Yes okay and now as we are going to talk about why the winners lost as you do on know. Why a blank loss? Can you tell us David for anyone who is is a uninitiated to the cannon of why blank lost can you give us the criteria of which we're looking at why these survivor replace lost. Yeah it's for anyone who doesn't.

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"canon bannon" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

15:22 min | 1 year ago

"canon bannon" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Gruber Orrville Guber Villes. Welcome to do you think Jeremy Irons is constantly calling his girlfriend. She's just seeing this. I on the other phone. Simon says you can respond now. Yes we'll come to group of it'll whether the currency is riddles. I love the shot to wherever like these big tanker that they're on or whatever whatever it all of a sudden the gruber gang is like back to three hundred large. All these fucking soldiers were hanging out in Canada at these are the guys that have had all different jobs. They all finally getting back together finally pilot boat. Or whatever the fuck all the gas guys gassing gasset up this guy has to hoot and Holler victory ceremony. That's all I want. But I'm going to be hitting hollered in the back. You guys do the killing Alec. Oh like pass the beer. I love when the tall dude who cargo or a great fight but also like realizes that we're not actually blowing coming up. The gold group is a fucking course. No let's pretend to do that and then have the little. I thought I thought this was to send a message. You told me you wanted to watch the world burn. You lied you lied. I always find those fight hand to hand combat fights against minions towards the end of action movies. You are sort of a little flat because we haven't established the cargo is good at all. Yeah fighting we do know that he's an explosives expert. which kind of leans you away from? You probably not a hand to hand. Combat Guy Scientist what he is six foot nine. He's the most intimidating physical figure. I guess let's put him against fucking McLean McLean versus Simon Versus Gruber. That sort of makes sense because he's ex military but he is old and McLean but of. Course course McLean is like a good enough to fistfight anyone. I'll get cargo in here It's always been kind of funny though. Because like this dudes call them to bunny rabbit. COMMU- rabbit a bit and then Mcclain by the end of the McLean is whipping this dude. With a huge chains that can dock a boat. I also love the idea. The of being told means you're unstoppable. He's established legs lick dot does her. No you're just like six nine. You're actually probably more frail the eighties and nineties movies. Where like size was such a premium? I wish I was alive. I could have been in fucking twelve. And this is the toughest guy in the town. And it's just like a fat no no muscular development all the guys. In roadhouse are like they're all with the exception of sways everyone's just like big they're all fucking grips and like sound mound guys over on the Hollywood traditionally begging the in the forties and fifties like a detective movie back all the heavies are just Super Fat Guy Right. It just bulked up he would have owned the eighty six seven Nathan on hgh. God Ah Welcome to the good place. I'm Brecher Becker here. It could becker dude. Yes Oh fuck yes. They're what they're on this boat yet. It did they vile bombing. There is there. This is a weird lake. Sam Jackson is given this automatic weapon. Mcclain's yeah you're fine. Just go on your own hut hunt this fucking terrorist down McLean almost gets Zeus killed because this is fulla trigger. Don't worry about safeties around. Let's think he goes. How do I use a gun at the black guy and a gun blah blah blah and? He shows them how to do it and then Jackson's even like is that all there is again. That's all there is no. You're missing the safety part which is going to give me the fucking burder detail betty. Also that scene. That line right there is one of the most famously awesome television edits of all time because the Lyon the movie is not all brothers. Know how to use guns racist motherfucker and in the TV edit. He goes not all brothers. Don't have these guns you racist melon farmer uh-huh because tyrod one Mellon Back Yeah Gallagher's home anytime anytime. TV at its come up. I talk about my favorite. TV of all time. So I just gotTa bring you leave the film great outdoors. There's a scene at the end. Where all the families telling each other to blow it out there blow it out your ass out your you blow it out your ass in the TV version? They switch ass with someone saying. And this is the exact rate Kazu uh-huh but they only did have one person to it for everyone. Everyone is i. Blow it out your 'cause usually without your Kazu and it it's such an insane fucking. There's a lazy black that for the TV cut of the good son with MacAulay. Culkin would where he's hanging off off the fucking Clinton he goes. Don't fuck with me. He's like a little ten year old kid. They got some dude fucking baritone from the opera to say. Fool the color like don't fool with me modulate that my favorite is this curse at this the first on TV. If you if your brain is registering the curse. Anyway Save Different Yup is the beginning of scarface. It's how did you get that Scar tough-guy if guy eaten pineapple which is actually what. I wish that that happened on the spine copy face eating thanks to scarface prequels Haitian and today. I am a drug dealer on on vacation off leading from his mouth. Mr Montana we rush you to the Hawaiian emergency and yes they get tied up and stuff. They're going to blow He he shoots iron shoots Jackson in the leg. What does this doughnut? Jeremy Irons is eating in. This hard-boiled egg. Is that what it is. That's yeah that's disgusting rock Hyper as killing this guy. Glass of water Likud correct. This is a fucking hardboiled. Egg definitely needs a drink. I cannot be shelved on it are sorry. Peter Butter actually need to clean this up. Simon says more salt flour with this shoots him in the leg. He's down for the count They're tied to this bomb. Yeah which always makes me think fucking EMINEM's commercial before the movie. Oh right. They're all tied up and then the phone rings and all the get pissed off that they ruin the mood and the yellow and has the poets peanut out part of this show. The green is like I'll suck off the officer Horny. Green Sexy Horny my lover. Yeah I've never I've never been okay with it. Like why am I watching this hard guarantee I I have done it but I think if you typed in Green Green Green eminem on deviant art. You're GONNA see something. Oh yeah that into Google the GR in auto complete agreement Emmer Green Eminem husband question. I M net worth shoes. The clothes degreen EMINEM NUDE MALE S. GM as and so then. The big crux reveal his EH. Jeremy Irons bought advil at a at a train station. Or whatever say slip up by the way Oh oh shit the one thing I gave him a clue and also like you bought it at exactly like Geo targeted fucking advil. That has the exact address. That's where he's staying as well like every that's not how medicine works only look at it on the bottom of an expiration did not like CVs melrose. It's just in case I lose it loses. Someone brings it to where I was purchasing it from the bottom thing Simon. I'm in Gruber. Seventy Place Quebec Canada parentheses Hans. His brother this is. CBS cashiers Let me leave my name and address. And where was staying in Montreal. Anyone comes looking. For Vanity Advil Advil X. Mocking now remember I'm an obscure obscure general curdle. That's L. Obscurity is the curdle obscure the colonel. He's played by norm MacDonald. Yes the East German army did it. I I always wanted him to miss. When he tosses him the advil bottle and just be ups yeah but he lands it like right in his lap like come on? I know this is die hard. Three it's weapons training. You'd even throw advertisements marksman. Yeah the the I am such. I'm so good at like. Oh It's a movie that's fine. Whatever and this movie really challenged with like insane? Coincidences throughout the entire film with the most egregious one is that John McCain has the confidence to dude like pull some of the serum out of the Botlikh we. There's no other option left. I guess my best bet is to create a mini bomb. Tom I'm so confident in my ability to do that hopefully it won't set off the rest of the liquid the bomb X.. Were blue share up. And I'm the Guy Hi who's GonNa figure it out basing most of this on a physical joke as they're leaving the boats Samuel Jackson Estela wounds the Alma Hans Alma leg. I remember when I was an has to be like we have. We should maybe give have a little verbal cue as to what these people have been like. Oh I have a sprained ankle from when I jumped off faulconbridge onto and that's just just the beginning of the movie right. What a movie honestly feel like the end of this movie should be they jump off the boat explodes? And Somehow. Somehow Gruber's boat goes up in it. I feel like just going to this. Separate location is just and it's also nice time to like it's totally different. Move the three hours. They're like all right. Let's go and it's like. Why are we bringing? Sam Jackson essentially the biggest thing hospital that you have two kids who were just in the bomb school. What are the worst go where they going? He doesn't care this fucking four. Our helicopter ride all all the way up in Canada. mcleans roommate inspector Cobb is. Can we get this little. Fuck it electron loose finally like just it's like I'm staying there like that. Isn't the guy with the sign for this is actually more than the sign gonNA know herds out we're race. I learned something not him ecoles. Zeus was hanging out with the sign. Guy This is the second ending. There's a weird alternate ending in this movie. That's even more ridiculous. It's like at least some time. Later and Bruce Willis tracks him down. I think he is Canada Gruber. Bill actually and like Jeremy Irons is in some office or something like that and they have a little like your back and forth. They shot this. They shot it. Yeah I think it's on it's on the DVD's Burma Been Youtube. Also he has like a fucking rocket launcher some shit. Last Jeremy Irons with it right in his office that was from the Canon Bannon cut. You know it's a cannon movie if there's a bazooka credit credit Golan and Globus benefited greatly from the invention of the chuck. Norris has to win this fuck. Yeah what about you guys Zukas at each other. I just go to your on a Canon movies like where's craft services. I don't know next to the just visit. These are all real by the way. There's some bags under those bazookas. We have red vines. Yeah our families are going to be great for years because we bought in early on Bazooka the stock in them. It's at least we're believable though. Because Sam Jackson is nowhere to be found. Which is how this movie so now? I'm getting in that helicopter. He has to started for that. Of course. There's a danger to Sam Jackson kick out of the helicopter in time again dude. He shouldn't come over in his seat belt. Kits on on this. And then there's we do get the really cool The last seen the video game the bosses in a helicopter absolutely. He's glowing red. It takes them a few seconds to figure the weak point these shooting at the helicopters. That's not doing anything taking down his health. Oh that wire look suck something Bam Bam Bam. Well I shot him on the ground a few times then. He started blinking next shot. He's in a chopper offer. The music is a little faster. What does it? What does McLean say like sailor your brother or something like that? Yeah it's a bad fucking eighty yard hard to it's not it's not even a great line for hardier brother. I do think it's kind of amazing to kill two brothers years. Why the next ex- movies should be My name is Matilda grew you killed. My son asked by John. 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"canon bannon" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

14:55 min | 1 year ago

"canon bannon" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

"Following cannon was as important to television show makers in the sixties no not as it became in the nineties and then certainly today yearning back then everything was so episodic uh no one really thought in terms of like story. Well the the the idea that we would call today as it was an anthology type show like but nothing really affected the show from week to week to week to week each show we by the end of the episode where he reset and everything's normal for the start of the next episode You and like that's what they did. You're watching the same characters every week but it may be themselves don't tied together right now. You also get it to appoint with any show that is spread across in. This really think applies more to the shows that come out in the ninety s the ones. We're getting ready to jump into you. Know fans are going. Oh an episode. Third video watched like an episode thirty. This guy said this thing but now you're saying this over here you know one hundred years later in the time line nine and twenty years later in real life like so. What's up with that and you know some of the directors like Whatever like you know and I think that's where the term ret conning? I don't know that it was invented for Star Trek. Think it was because of stuff like that and I always find it fun when star our trek kind of catches itself in one of these paradoxical holes and then future riders tried to go back in and within the context of the show. uh-huh make up for it and there. We will see some some examples of that in fact in the new trek. That's being created right. Now show tell you this. Yeah I don't mind telling you this they're doing that right now and actually I've thought about having you watch these and it's possible. Yeah yeah maybe you could meet. I don't know we'll talk about later but Their actually accounting for why we see smiling. Spock in the cage and what's happening in that unaired pilot which is supposed to be Canon bannon versus the logical spot that we come to know and if you remember what episode was it was it. Was it Mirror Mirror maybe journey debatable. Able I dunno one of those where they thought they thought. Spock Oh you know I think it was a time when spock was fooled into thinking he kills Captain Kirk Work and at the very end gym Aux Gym. You're alive and you see the smile. Come across his face and like he has to. He has to correct himself like they're they're right now. Kind of filling in a little bit of Spock's backstory to explain why those things may have occurred that it wasn't just this solid logic. Isaac no emotions thing. They're doing it right now is my point and I kind of like I like it when they do that. You know like go in and fill it in and make it try to make it makes sense all right so back on this episode we have the ship dissolving. Yes or so we think. Aw I kind of like the idea of dissolving because it got me thinking it's like I can't can't say this is necessarily something I've seen before if that's what's going on and It was really kind of weird because like the first thing he tried to touch was one of the bodies and like his hand went through. Mike I don't know if dissolving the right word right but I'll go with it for now and see where you take it and yeah so I definitely got me thinking but We stepped away way from that for a little bit and try to get back to that the enterprise as a they kind of had an idea what was going on but you know it's like okay. We need to get away from your now. Okay and it's it's interesting to me how they try to create attention in in the sixties here like it's this transporter scene was kind of hard to watch sir. Like I definitely definitely understood the emotions that they were trying to portray and like. I'm trying to think like what we do differently in today's TV now it just just for people listening who may have watched this episode with us. describe for us what happened in that scene so we know what you're talking about. Yes so it's the they're trying to transport back and basically the the Scotty art no wasn't even Scott. It was it was because has he was on the bridge. It was whoever's down Engineering Scotty I it was somebody else but Scotty went down to join us was Scotty in the other guy. Yeah they they were trying to beam even them back to the enterprise and you know his damaged enough. It didn't have enough power so they can only take up three of them therefore from there of course So they're trying to three of them back and he's like he's you will see him kind of start to phase in the go away and then they're fiddling with some knobs and we get another noise and hone can't quite get in few few more you know. Adjustment saw the control panel there and it's like okay. They made it back. But now we gotta get Captain Kirk back to ruin right so they go through this whole whole sequence again and like I I think part of it was like no one was talking during it it. It was all this this camera shots of them fiddling with buttons and KNOBS and In that a shot of like the the teleport pad thing with our with our little Graphics Not Graphics but affects that that we associate with you know the transportation system our and just Kinda in and now. There's a little sound that goes with that too. Obviously right. But that's all we got and this went on for I. I should have time to. I would guess at least a minute. Maybe close to two minutes of this and it's like I I understand you're trying to build some tension here but like I. They even flashed over back to captain. Kirk a few times and like he was just kind of like standing there waiting like Mike just maybe like a simple like he gets on his communicator. And it's like what's what's taking so long right. Ah problems or anything to kind of even just fully explained to the audience. What's going on? Yeah there's editing was it's definitely not as tight in the sixties. Yeah as it is today for for sure on On a show and they also had several more minutes to fill. You know true. They didn't do that just to just to pad the show but it's an interesting thing I do want to jump back into the scene though because I and if you're already if you're gonna go there then but what I really focus on. This particular scene is the conversation between spock and Kirk Where you know Kirk says he's okay? I can only be in three of you. Back in Kirk says all right checkoff bones. SPOCK YOU GO I. I'm the captain I'm GonNa stay behind and spot what comes up and says Requests permission to stay captain and he goes request denied. Yeah get your butt back there. You know I'm I'm staying and I think there's at least a a the real world conversation to be had of who should have actually been the one to stay. I mean we can have the conversation that says why were they over there. Why was the captain and the first officer over there together at the same time? Anyway you can have that but at least this time. They didn't take the entire bridge with that is true that is true. I was listening to one of our previous ups. Yes of going yeah. That's that's the. Please don't do that again like He. You know somebody on the show eight character to leave in charge of the bridge. He told him. Scotty you have it So like like I was okay with who went over there there. I kind of wonder when he said there was a pause before he orders. Spock to go back okay. Maybe he's going to go to and to try to conserve some empower. That that that makes sense to then we have this little dynamic of a Kirk and spock stuck on the ship and they can try to figure out another way to get back. Something see I I honestly I would argue. If you're going to send three three. That should have gone would have been Kirk. Spock McCoy and check off should have been the one left. And here's the reason. Why don't you go okay? So like I understand that because he's a believe he's the lowest ranking officer so oh yeah leave him behind. Okay but I think I accept the way they did it because the captain is not only I'm not gonNA lay down his life for the ship but for the crew as well right and that's essentially what he's doing here it's like He. That's his job is to protect everybody. Yeah and and when you're when you're the commander of field mission you're supposed to be the first one in and the last one out get right like I one hundred percent get this but from a like when it. It comes down to. Who's who needed to be back on the enterprise more versus who needed to be on? Who could have been left behind when you think about it if something goes wrong with this transporter system of the four of them? WHO's the best person to help? Figure that out. Well it's going to be right Cher. He's the science officer. He can help. Scotty he can do whatever if something bad happens to Kirke can take over. You have that bones. He's a medical guy. He shouldn't really be there he doesn't need to be in the in the way of danger. Take the medic- back. Ok checkoff he's instant. He's under my command. I'm going to keep him. However from spock's point of view the ship needs her captain? Had this been any other commander across the ship. I think it's a no brainer. But a ship needs or captain which is honestly why. Kirk shouldn't have been over there in the first place. But that's a different argument. You know but like I really can. I can see the idea that it you you know if something goes wrong. Losing Captain Kirk was a much bigger blow to the ship then losing quite honestly any of the other three but bones. The reason to go back spock had a reason to go back. So now. You're really between Kirk and check off and I get why he didn't but from a from a necessary standpoint. I really think it should have been checkoff stayed behind. Nah I like I I get your argument I understand it but like I I I still like Kirk staying back because I it's that that I mean obviously not only plays out the rest of the episode Sir but like that's why they Have that command system in place like they know who becomes captain next who takes over and they have all in place because they know that that I ever life expendable quite honestly right over the course of all their star ships and everything like the captains are gonna be in the middle of everything right in my mind. The captain's job is to lead and so he's GONNA lead them into battle he's GonNa lead them into the exploration he's going to take the lead in in conversations when he's back on the ship but like he is going to be everywhere he is going to take the lead. He is going to be in charge until he dies. And then we have a rules rules to tell you right right now I with you I get it I really do and I I appreciate the I appreciate the leadership leadership aspect of that big leadership guy. I really do I appreciate I appreciate. The fatherhood is the only word that comes to mind the protective nature that Congress exhibiting that that kind of first and last out idea. If somebody is going to get trapped. It's GonNa be me as the captain who made this decision. It's not going to be one of my guys Mhm I protect my Shit my crew and then I protect my ship and that's and that's so I I very much appreciate that. But you know I think when you see what the cost of losing captain apt to a starship like that's a big blow but I get it anyway I thought I actually thought that's kind of where you're talking about that conversation. Yeah between them so all right so get transported back Kirk is now lost. Yes Kirk is gone for all intents purposes ship has disappeared and and we we start to get some explanation that this is where I I really made a note about techno-babble. It's like spark just goes off off on all this stuff and like he he I mean he spouts it off and like okay. I followed the first half of that and then all right I ah lost you just kept going just kept going so I I mean I most my notes. I'm just going to skip over because like yeah watched the episode that you haven't seen the episode and this is where all Make if you're listening to the show and you're not watching the episodes so long with us you're welcome to keep listening to the show. Oh Yeah Watch the. What's wrong with us you know? Just get that fresh take on them so the one thing I did want to ask you about because I don't know if this this comes up again or just how it how things function in this universe. 'cause we're not always in this universe so oh I mean 'cause 'cause at at the end Kirk essentially says yeah had this whole university myself so he's obviously in a different universe. Do you like I. I don't I don't think they gave us any of the terminology that I'm used to hearing. Looks like do you know if that was like you know parallel a universe alternate universe like do they ever kind of clarify any of that. Yes okay yes I'll leave it there. Okay yes they a a they do come back and explain exactly what was going on. Okay you know with his show. I let you leave it there. Yes they they do so check off and obviously they didn't fully explain it in this particular episode. Yes yes yeah this episode and I can promise you they do come back to it and you will revisit it we we on this podcast will revisit it when the time on comes by just one. That's my that's my but yeah checkoff which by the way is part of the reason why this episode had to make it into their. Yeah was the first one to kind of be affected by whatever's going on that yes kinda saw on the other ship already which the characters in Star Trek in general that I've seen have a really they do really poor job of letting people know what's going..

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"canon bannon" Discussed on Photography Radio

Photography Radio

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"canon bannon" Discussed on Photography Radio

"Hello the one. This is Takeo and happy he Friday. Welcome to talk take which is my take on. What's new and interesting in the world of photography including digital analog mobile and everything in in between and since this is the first episode of this segment like to thank you so much for joining me as well as supporting this brand new photography radio podcasts? Along with my colleagues Keren Erin all laugh and Tamar so. Let's start now in the world of digital photography and we have the three M's medium murless and mega pixels and the world of medium format since Fuji Film entered this market back in two thousand seventeen. Nineteen it's really pushed the other manufacturers to innovate and to evolve and we can see that with phase one they have the brand new x t Madre Camera System System which includes the new Q. Four digital backwards S. hundred fifty mega pixels and they claim it to be a full frame medium which is not exactly accurate because the smallest medium format during the film days was six five and this is I think fifty three by forty so it's getting closer but not yet full full frame but I get their point but one hundred and fifty megapixel. There's quite large but of course foodie film does have their brand new fax one hundred which has one hundred megapixel mega pixels not only that it has decent video as well as in body image stabilization. And of course Haussa Blad is not going to be left in the dark. They also have their your brand new modular camera systems as well as the update to they're very popular x one D now mark to phase. They didn't push that beyond on the original fifty mega pixels which is great because I think for digital medium format that is a really good size to work with moving onto murless it also includes the Megapixel side because murless because of the medium format being pushed two hundred hundred and fifty mega pixels and they're also targeting targeting the high end diesel arm and the murless market murless thirty five millimeter or full frame or not pushing their megapixel op so the brand new like S. L. to and its sister camera the S. one are has forty seven mega pixels and we know as well Nico with his at seven and as well as the Sony a seven or mark three. They're all now pushing closer and closer to that fifty megapixel point which of of course they are targeting the high end market that. Perhaps they're deciding to move up to medium format and they're not going to let that happen and so they're pushing. Those mega picks was up the S. L. to is the most video centric like camera that the ever created and being new players the Panasonic. It was very smarter them to use the like amount to go into full frame airline and now that has the other manufacturers scrambling and of course we have a new player in the full frame. Market Sigma with their F.. P. which is a very unique camera it is a modular full frame using the LEICA. elmont again and so they are targeting video shooters they have quarter twenty threads both on the bottom and the left and right side and the way the marketing you can see that it is video centric camera although you can shoot stills holds great to see all these new players to help to evolve evolve the murless market and not just kind of carbon copying. What Sony has done with their full frame? Mary Louise as well as having Nicole and cannon entering into the market and we can even see even in the crop sensor the sensor because see that mid range of the fifty from Nico the m six Mark Tooth from Canon. Bannon hasn't been around for a little bit but it's evolved over time and the Fujifilm x t thirty and we can also include the Sony. A six thousand type series is that that is also become more competitive than it was in the past and we see that there is a market for this mid range murless market and now going to talk about mega pixels house. We could see that everything's kind of shifted upwards before the full frame was about twenty four mega pixels and other than specialized cameras like the a nine in that really focused on high speed as well as low light performance twenty megapixel seems to be the realm of the crop. ABC Censor the full Roemer. 35-millimeter Salema seems to be pushing toward fifty mega pixels and as mentioned previously. We see that meeting format now pushing up towards one hundred and one one hundred and fifty megapixel so whereas all leading for me. Personally I think a lot of US photographers. Don't need one hundred fifty or one hundred mega pixels. I think that twenty four Megapixel for a pse is great. I think anywhere between thirty six and fifty is great for full frame thirty five millimeter and so everything shifting upwards is not necessarily good or bad thing just remember that things are being pushed upwards. We have to upgrade your memory cards upgrade your memory and you computers as as well as your storage solution so just means a larger files high resolution. I think a lot of us aren't printing and so this high resolution is not necessary Korea. Unless you're upgrading your monitors while up to eight K which even one hundred fifty megapixel you're going to have to back off and the image bitsy the image on your eight K.. Monitor so that's in the world of digital so move onto analog in the world of analogue photography also very exciting Ilford Kodak as well as Fuji Foam announcing new products ofered announced is the fifth generation multi grade paper the paper as well as their isolated Ortho film in both one thirty five and one twenty formats promising very fine grain and it's the sharp Ortho chromatic black and white film so that's awesome as well as Kodak. They have the extra chrome one in one thirty five that was announced couple months back and they did say that the one twenty is going to be released in the fall and we're in the fall now approaching winter so hopefully we'll see that it's being Beta detested around the world by various photographers. But I really want to get my hands on this act to chrome one twenty now in a backwards move for Fuji Film Zone which I hope will be a forwards move across one hundred which is a very popular black white fine grain film. That Fuji had made aide. They had quietly discontinued it probably around last year when they ran out of the last sort of roles of it and they probably saw the increase in interest interest as well as sales of the crows and so they decided to create version. Two and it will be released in Japan. It's been announced both one thirty five and one twenty on November twenty seconds. If you're in Japan or anywhere near there I would recommend to go over there and buy up as many as you can and really let them know that that people really want to see new films or even all films being resurrected and globally. They there's no announcement but I have a feeling that will probably be coming out sometime in time in early spring or maybe late spring so those of us that don't live in Japan will have to wait.

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"canon bannon" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"canon bannon" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Let's get back to my nineteen eighty-nine interview with documentary filmmaker don baker he died last week. When you first started making documentaries <hes> it was essential to have camera equipment that made it possible to follow people around and to be as unintrusive as possible well. I think you contributed a lot to redesigning camera equipment to make more portable. Well we had to <hes> you know in world war two which was supposedly the war about which all the movies were being made the only cameras with thirty five millimeter hand wound cameras that would run about eighteen seconds the most the bell how i'm oh and that meant that in the end almost all the films that you'll ever see about world war two or fake films. <hes> any candidate is looks like the canon bannon. You need any bomb. Bursting is the bomb you need so in a way. It's put together like hollywood. Movies are not no. There's there's very little continuity of reality except for one film which was made on a carrier and that they made with sixteen millimeter they were able to use long runs four hundred foot roll so they could have ten minute runs and while it has no sound sound it has the realist feeling you ever saw in a movie of that period and it stuns you and it hit me when i saw that film that that's the way real life could be recorded with with long runs but you had to get out of the studio. You had to get away from things to plug in. You had to find ways of getting sick. Sound in a desert aren't an opera br or anyplace interchangeably. You couldn't have a special solution for each movie. You had to have a a general solution for anything..

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"canon bannon" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"canon bannon" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Of design of not thinking flat but thinking mcconnell really n o i add school and again assume some kind of ailments about will be on the next sewer they are clearly on an earlier as route with some forty one right now on and i it testing testing chapel amorous at some forty one and us and i and i were tested the waters on new production on this tour and it's pretty prequel i love how i looked through your guys like instagram pages of motel seems like a first things you guys are still fans which is cool and then you should you seem to still like love your fans as well hillsdale college which just seems like you but there's actually fans out outside earlier we ran into him and suppose a really it's kind of crazy to committees hidden see that they like just kind of falling us around the school the us now but it's also view ever were that shirt when you play with some forty one all iaea is awesome they no offense um i will ask suit so he gives every marvel growing up or anything in that respect be like illustrative assume little lease i've always canon bannon in the until i i love watching those movies are always really i dunno lima girlfriend level near like super entertain madam uh i don't get like superindentent characters and stuff on she's not ida can't go that far but i do i need to dabble id devil i do i do doubt quite a bit i mean obviously i i'm in the same boat i love it when i was a kid like all that stuff everyone every kid loves that you know like the models toughen uh issue on with a new moves coming out in the technology the way is they look insane they're they're like gordon remind with visuals.

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