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Why Shame Is A Bad Public Health Tool  Especially In A Pandemic

Short Wave

14:12 min | 11 months ago

Why Shame Is A Bad Public Health Tool Especially In A Pandemic

"Believe me I get it. I'm frustrated and angry to. After all, it's been four months of this. We know the right things to do. And when you see someone wearing a mask or groups of people hanging out close together, it's easy to get mad, even if in all fairness. Once or twice. Open defiance at this Castle Rock Colorado restaurant large crowds, no social distancing, and there's some news coverage right now. That caters to this anger. You know what I'm talking about. Many Americans are out and about on this memorial day visiting newly reopened businesses seems from the unofficial kickoff to the summer showing many Americans not practicing social distancing measure. I'm telling you to wear a mask where a damn ask, but this Kinda thing anger public shaming the urge to yell at people who aren't doing the right things. That can be precisely the opposite of productive. Yeah, as the researcher I've been. Watching all this unfold through that Lens Julia Marcus is an epidemiologist and professor at the Harvard. Medical School, she said he's HIV prevention. And for scientists Julia, who work in HIV or sexual health or even substance abuse? They know that shame can be a huge barrier when it comes to public health, and in these first few months of the Cova pandemic I was watching this same pattern happen where you know, these kind of absolutist public health messages and moralistic undertones were potentially contributing to what became rampant shaming of people who were flouting public health guidelines or doing things that people felt. Felt were high risk, and when we shame people for their risky behavior in a way that distracts us from where risk is really happening, which is typically much less visible like in prisons and nursing homes and food, processing plants, and those don't inspire the same moral outrage. I think for two reasons one. They're not right in front of our faces, but also to we don't think of those as people having fun and a pandemic which I think people really upset. Matt rage, Julia says might feel good to act on in the moment, but it's not gonNA solve our biggest problems right now. I find that taking that rage home, and really screaming alone has been very helpful for me to. Do that as well or you know my rage these days first of all I would say that knows no bounds, but also. To be honest. My regions more directed at institutional failures than individual ones. To episode Julia Marcus on the role. Shame plays in public health crises. We talk masks. School reopenings in the long road ahead. I'm Maddie's defy, and this is shortwave daily science podcast from NPR. Julia Marcus has written a bunch of great pieces for the Atlantic about why. Shame is not helpful right now and how we can do things better. She's looked this when it comes to mask wearing social distancing and how we open college campuses, we talked about all those things, but the first thing to say here is that there is a fine line between public shaming and some positive forms of peer pressure. I, yeah I WANNA make a distinction here between social norms and shaming I. think social norms are very powerful and. That can be one of the best ways I think to change. Health behavior is like well. Everybody else is doing it so I'm going to do it because it's more like i. want to feel good when I go in the grocery store and I'm not gonNA. Feel great if I'm the only one not wearing a mask, so, but there's a difference between making people feel bad about their risky behavior and making people feel good about engaging and protective behaviors as a way of like becoming part of What the new social norm is Marie right? Right Okay Julius. You've written a bunch of great pieces for the Atlantic. Let's talk about your most recent one I. It's you know how to not open colleges this fall. You started out by describing an email that went out to students at Tulane University earlier this month July seventh. What what happened there? Yeah I mean I I I don't WanNa. Pick on two lane here. Becher, that was it just an example of some of the communications that were starting to see toward students who are on campus this summer and have been having some parties. And there was an email that we're not to students that really condemned stat behavior as disrespectful, indefensible, dangerous selfish, and made it very clear in bold all caps that hosting parties of more than fifteen people would result in suspension or expulsion from the university and that if students wanted the school to remain open, they needed to be personally responsible. I'm in their behavior and When a university says, we will hold you accountable for having a party, and actually there will be dire swift punishment when inevitably there is an outbreak at a party. Students are going to be terrified to disclose that they were there. And students have now said this at the University of Connecticut were interviewed and surveyed about what kind of thing is going to work for them what their concerns are about the fall. And they universally said we. We are early close to universally said we're really afraid of how infection and risky behavior are going to be stigmatized such that we outbreaks will not be able to be controlled, so there needs to be appropriate consequences for putting your community at risk, and I would never say otherwise but that needs to be balanced against the need for public health efforts to be separate from discipline. And we've already seen contact tracing start to break down outside of campuses, because people are afraid to talk about having been at event that that they know is something they should not have been doing yeah. So. You know kind of following that thread. The part of this pandemic that's been hardest for a lot of people is is social distancing in in several of your pieces you wrote about how a lot of the advice especially in the beginning was almost like an abstinence based approach like stay home. See Nobody which absolutely made sense kind of at the. The beginning, but tell me about why. That approach doesn't necessarily make sense for the long-term well asking people to abstain from all social contact indefinitely or until we've scaled up. An effective vaccine is just not going to be a sustainable public health strategy, and I think now our messaging has evolved a bit especially as there's been an accumulation of evidence around. The risk is highest like what's settings or higher risk, in which ones are lower risk, but I think we continue to still have a tendency toward absolutist messaging and I think that our goal should be to two inch. People tour to a place where they are living their lives in a way that addresses all aspects of their health, while trying to keep tr- risk of transmission low, and so one way that that could play out is encouraging outdoor activities, especially in spacious areas, opening up more outdoor space for people, and there's been a tendency to close beaches and close parks where people gather, but. But I actually think doing the opposite on could could be helpful, but the essential point is. We can't stay in our homes forever and many people couldn't stay in their homes for the last few months because they were working sure, but it's clear from other areas of public health that asking people to abstain from something that they fundamentally need or strongly desire is not an effective public health strategies, so we have to find ways of making our messaging more nuanced, that allows people to get what they need to be able to live sustainably while keeping the risk of transmission low until you there. There are examples of nuanced messaging from others accessible public health campaigns. Right I. Mean You work on HIV? Can you give me an example of that? Yeah, so we you know we don't tell people don't have sex. Because that's the best way to not get HIV, we may save the safest thing you can do to avoid HIV transmission is not have sex, but we understand that many people are going to have sex, and that it's a you know a part of a healthy life, and so here are some safer ways to have sex, both in terms of certain sexual acts in in terms. Terms of protection different ways you can protect yourself and you know becomes a more nuanced message, but it's much more sustainable for people and realistic and the long term, and it also acknowledges people's basic human needs right, and there's also this idea that talking about ways to reduce risk encourages people to take those risks, even though from a public health standpoint. We know that isn't true. So I'm wondering Julia like. Why do people hold onto this concern? Like what is this really about yeah I, mean this is definitely not new. It comes up a lot. I think especially around drug, use and sex. And I think the reason it especially comes up in those settings is that those are behaviors that we have a lot of moral judgments about particularly in this country, and there's this kind of moral outrage that happens when we think about people engaging in risky, which is often pleasurable, behavior, sex, drug use, and these days going to the beach like. it's kind of playing out in this new way now with social contact and partying and people having a good time in a pandemic, which it's actually a public health win when we find ways to support people in enjoying their lives, and and getting their basic social or sexual needs, met while remaining a safest possible, and you've made the point that we've. We've already seen this play out with the corona virus, public health officials, hesitating to give people detailed ways to protect themselves instead of avoiding risk altogether, I mean I remember. We reported early on in this pandemic when Dr Burks of the White House Coronavirus Task Force said. We don't want people to get this artificial sense of protection because they're behind a mask. This lack of consistent messaging is one of the reason that a lot of people still aren't convinced that masks are helpful, so you know. Julia, how do public health officials effectively reach? Those people yeah I mean I. Think in general we always see some resistance to any new public health intervention, condoms, and you know pre exposure prophylaxis for each V. I mean every intervention that comes out. There's resistance. There's challenges with implementation. There are moral concerns you know. This is all kind of par for the course, but I think what's new here and a bit different is not necessarily just the polarization which we do, see an Ciaran things like vaccines, but the politicization. Politicization I don't think there has been I can't think of an example where a sitting president has flouted public health recommendations and I think that that has created kind of a politicized around masks. That wouldn't have necessarily been there and so how do we overcome that? And how do we reach people I think again it comes back to hearing people's concerns, acknowledging them, and then working to overcome those barriers in our messaging and I. Think there are some good examples of that there have been a couple of great mask campaigns that have come out of California acknowledging that people dislike wearing them and acknowledging the reasons why people dislike wearing them. And I would guess that they are more effective in reaching certain populations than campaigns that that are more focused on this. Just wear ask. It's really easy kind of messaging. Yeah and don't you care about your community and don't you want to not kill people and That kind of messaging is like early days of AIDS. Messaging around condoms that I think was not as successful as the messaging that really focused on what the barriers were, and how people could overcome them. Yeah, yeah, with all this stuff that we've been talking about colleges masks. You know keeping safe distance. It's pretty tough because the stakes feel so high like this is really a nasty virus, and when we see people, you know not doing the right things, the instinct there to shame them to get mad for a lot of us at first instinct and I. I guess it's just that we need to take some patients to push past them. Yeah, I mean I, think it's really. Valid to feel angry about what's happening right now, and for people who are not necessarily taking care of themselves or their community and putting other people at risk. It's very frustrating to see, but I think especially for public health professionals. It's on us to do the work to avoid the shaming and the anger and the moralizing in our messaging. Because we've learned that that doesn't work in other areas of health and really try to take the time to craft messaging. That is going to be more effective. Julia Marcus. Checkout episode notes for a link where you can find her writing to the Atlantic. Can say the Atlantic is crushing it these days, but the magazine, not the ocean. I mean

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"castle rock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"castle rock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Her beygood initiative and her personal donations speaking of music the rolling stones are done writing letters now they're ready to sue the president and asked them to stop using their music at his meet their music at his campaign rallies bans representative said in a statement the stones have been sending cease and desist letters to the trump campaign since twenty sixteen however they have been ignored the band says the next time he plays their music in a rally they're going to sue the family of Tom Petty also upset after one of his songs is used at a recent rally in Tulsa go ahead I was gonna say it is the song that they're playing at his rallies this is the one that they're using you can't always get what you want yeah it's like a bizarre to say but sometimes you get what you need right I can't get no satisfaction would also be a bad one and then we would not be bad news this time round powered by steel coming up financial markets strive for a better week starting today and sports B. K. is back that all in about five minutes first a check traffic now he's back to good morning John Morrissey good morning yeah roll back this morning we got a pretty good looking drive going there was some construction overnight and over the weekend down south of Castle Rock down their large for north of I. twenty five is still pretty slow through there through the large for interchange there on your upper leg gulch road because of construction and speaking of that the ramp westbound I. seventy divest as is closed now it is done this is part of that of that centralized seventy projects that they're working on their on I. seventy between I. twenty five like two two five also you got these Colorado instead of the ramp to steal Vasquez this report is sponsored by revive water saving fertilizer and soil trip would revive the top your shopping list today apply revive now to have the greenest lawn in your neighborhood will save you water and.

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Colorado suspends license of Castle Rock restaurant that defied coronavirus public health order

Steve Cochran

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Colorado suspends license of Castle Rock restaurant that defied coronavirus public health order

"Illness the White House has released a phase planned for states to follow but many states are moving on with their own re opening plants it's anything but business as usual for one Colorado restaurant the Denver post reports C. and C. coffee and kitchen has had its license suspended indefinitely after they opened on mother's day video making its way around social media shows the restaurant packed with customers who are also lining up outside the opening was in violation of the governor's order there for eating establishments to only offer pick up or delivery options in order to fight the spread of

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Colorado restaurant draws crowds after reopening in defiance of state order

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Colorado restaurant draws crowds after reopening in defiance of state order

"In castle rock Colorado a restaurant open for mother's day Sunday to find local orders and their pictures and video showing it was packed full tables long lines people close together not many masks inside Colorado's governor put out a statement the restaurant is breaking the law and endangering

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"castle rock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"castle rock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"For sure down past Castle Rock you've got a very slow drive on southbound I. twenty five the ramp to monument is blocked by a roll over accident also that's another slow spot fox thirty one pinpoint weather rain and snow tonight all snow overnight and into tomorrow twenty three overnight it is fifty right now this report is sponsored by your local Ford store coming together makes us stronger and for his bill to lend a hand especially now with payment relief visit five visit by Ford now dot com and find your local forged or learn more about home delivery another vehicle service options from the comfort of home built for proud I'm John Morrissey Kaylee newsradio eight fifty eight of ninety four one FM all right so many people are working from home that nest cameras are going to use lower quality video to conserve bandwidth and governor Poloz says staggered work shifts in telecommuting will be part of our new normal those headlines and more coming up at six o'clock with Kathy Walker on KOAA news radio this is Alan Jo Jo hi welcome by the way so he might mock draft the F. F. dot com the rockers taking Derek brown the defensive linemen from Auburn Ole according to the according to the fifty percent coming from PFF in the fifty percent coming from the public but are there any rumors out there and it's two teams that could possibly be moving up to get themselves inside the top three or four picks yeah there's no doubt you could see a team like the Chargers they would love to get to one think about the charges there one of those things that's got really good talent yes they need a little more help on the off line but everywhere else in the secondary they've got two players they got two good wide receivers plus a good tight end he got too good edge rushers and linebackers and they've got two of everything right good running backs which is what made Melvin Gordon may be a little bit more expendable at least in their mind the one thing they're missing is you know that quarterback in well we could say that Tyrod Taylor there guy Anthony landed squarely behind them you know I hate to be nice to have a rookie quarterback that you feel like you're developing and so there could be some movement there they felt they needed to get ahead of Miami you get to attack a bilo and if you like to R. and don't like Justin Herbert.

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'Every Single Thing That Anyone Buys Was Delivered On A Truck'

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:47 min | 1 year ago

'Every Single Thing That Anyone Buys Was Delivered On A Truck'

"That phrase essential worker has taken on a clear definition the last few weeks nurses doctors grocery store clerks delivery drivers and truckers including Dakota Roach every single thing that anyone buys was delivered on a truck to code a Roach lives in Castle Rock Colorado but he's been on the road for the last two months we caught up with them as they rolled out of Sullivan Illinois you buy a car it was delivered on a truck you buy toilet paper hand sanitizer which is huge right now that's delivered on a semi truck so a lot of the the country is gonna see truck drivers are doing their job and whatnot but heads being on the road you know trucks are trying to get in your way the code a Roach says the pandemic is kept him busy but it's also made it hard to find a good meal on the road truck stops no longer offer relief they have closed restaurants for the most part and we really only have access to gas station food or fast food if that's quite yes this include is there you know like little to ketones horror like little rollers it's just it's very minuscule there's not there's not a lot to choose from it's greasy X. you know you don't know what's in it to be honest with you it's just it is what it is you see it looks like it's the same you go for it before all the corona virus that you were able to go in the Oxford table you sit down not be combined so this eight by a truck and enjoy other people enjoyed the interaction that you get to have you know being waited on either I mean that was awesome and stretch your legs out and with real silverware not eat out of a plastic bowl or stuff like that it's just something that I really miss I'm going home for the first time and I go home to my mom and my mom's sixty three years old and has asthma and a lot of health issues I want to be as cautious as I can going home to her it's scary when the corona virus stuff especially in an industry like this where we have the shower and do our laundry and all that kind of stuff in the strikes out I would say anywhere from a hundred and fifty two over a thousand people and they're going to their jobs I will say the drug stocks have done a really good job of you know posting stuff when we walk in the door it's about this is we do expect the next to make sure that you're safe from the virus but it's still a little unnerving because they've been in the restroom when these people come in at truck stops and actually do the clean and it doesn't look a lot different a lot of the times when they leave then when I walked in there and they weren't in there in school they tell us a lot of the time people don't care about truck drivers and when you get out on the open road and you're driving a truck you see that people don't really care or understand what it is that we do and how hard it is but the other day I was driving on the highway I was in Virginia and the older couple that was behind me drove up next to me and the lady that was in the passenger seat was looking out the window and put our hands in the little train position and mouthed thank you to me and waved with a big old smile on her face and it just it made me feel really good to know that there's people out there that do understand and it adds another element to something that I love to do that makes it that much more lovable for me so I'm gonna continue to do my job and do it to the best of

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Washington state ‘road hazard’ turns out to be lost 600-pound sea lion, sheriff says

Dan O'Donnell

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Washington state ‘road hazard’ turns out to be lost 600-pound sea lion, sheriff says

"Road hazard that had police called to a highway in Washington state turned out to be a very lost six hundred pounds C. Alliant found wandering along the forest road a significant distance away from the water Bassett mammal spotted on Garlock road outside of Castle Rock a city just north of the Oregon border officials say they believe the sea lion had ventured so far from its normal waters by traveling up a creek from the Cowlitz river a sheriff's sergeant took a selfie with the unexpected road hazard before back up arrived and they were able to get the sea lions back into its normal habitat

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"castle rock" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

11:10 min | 1 year ago

"castle rock" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

"If she gave her all the medication in the ice cream she should've just let it take effect. I know and instead she tries to strangle her. Her and then escapes runs outside and and tries to Untie a boat to escape. Yep and a Any jumps after her and they struggle in the water and she ends up drowning her. Which is really ironic and also kind of cool? Because that's what she was GonNa the beginning. I mean just think it's not the way they played that parallel. You know I liked it. I liked it. Yeah and so she goes back in the house and this is now enjoys just floating in the water and I don't know why I laugh at these things but it. It was such a weird famous. You just kind of left her there and like you know waddled back into the house so she finds this letter finds a letter from joy where joys explaining to her you know. I'm sorry I lied to you. I really need to be on my own. The man I was talking to it was a lawyer was going to. We were talking about emancipation. And I'll always love you blah blah blah. So then any thinks oh shit. She runs back out. She grabs joy from the water and tries to resuscitate her. And we think. I think that she succeeds. Well I will admit that when I watched that scene I was like really like. Oh you're drowning await let me go out and save you and I was like really like that easy to resuscitate someone right so I was just like okay thinking like that. That was weak. Yeah me too. I was like no right. No way that guy up and and as it turns out there's no way that could happen Yup and and We don't really get get it at first but I was starting to suspect because the next couple scenes they show joy no joy phone. She's so happy I I know that they are happier than ever been. And they're doing all these fun things together and they're paying very strong again. Yes and then they go to a book reading slash signing with Paul Sheldon and joy sitting next to her and she soaks. They're so excited to be there. And everything a man comes up and says to Annie. Excuse me as has anyone in this seat and she goes well there sure is Mr. Of course it's taken. Yeah or a like and then if if you noticed they were kind of lingering on some of the faces in the crowd at the book signing and I recognize the faces but I couldn't pinpoint them. I'm like wait. That's somebody and my daughter was like. Oh maybe the I think those were the people from the Marston House the reincarnate all the peace bio maybe. It's all people she killed. Hold on because I checked so I wasn't sure I but I knew I had seen their faces before. And then we find out that the chair next anti actually empty and the whole time she actually did kill joy and all of its in in her head so nice that is the end and she is just mesmerized world where the people in the audience her mother and her father. Well I do see her mother. I didn't notice her father. But what about other people you said you noticed other people from the Marston House. No my daughter said that maybe they were okay. Okay no yeah. 'cause I saw there were a couple of faces that I recognized. And I'm like I know some of these people and my daughter said Oh maybe the people the reincarnated people. It was her Taylor right then. Louis went and checked. We confirmed it was her mother and her father so she was seeing. Everybody did so. That's nice yeah. Yeah so I aw that was a fantastic ending. I just thought it was perfect. Just perfect so I thought the Paul Sheldon connection seemed a little bit forced like let's is just wrap it up and put a bow on it but I didn't mind it. I didn't mind it because I think that they wanted to deliver to the fans. This is how anti became the person that was in the movie misery. This is what set her on that path. So the other thing that I thought was really cool as it felt to me a little bit. Like when rogue one the Star Wars movie ended right up and brought you right to the point. Yeah when a new hope started with Princess Leia. That was the feeling I got at the end of this. I'm like Oh my God. They brought me right to that moment right to the moment where she is just obsessed with Paul Sheldon. So I love that. I thought it was great. I didn't think it was really forced. I didn't I don't I don't agree agree. Well I didn't. I didn't mind it I just like I said I thought it was like. Let's put a bow on it and deliver it but again I didn't mind it. I will say overall Paul what I loved about. Anne is bitch was crazy. Okay Yeah and yet. We still felt sympathy for her. Like oh my gosh in memory and I guess the differences that stories being told from Paul Sheldon's point of view this is even though there's no necessarily a point of view for this series series like we really got some insight as to who she was in even though she was a vicious murderer. We knew that she wasn't malicious. I mean it was right. I mean she tried for so long so hard I mean sixteen years and really what it comes down to is. She was perfectly fine nine not one hundred percent but I mean she was taking her right cocktail of drugs. You was raising joy and everything was okay until she got to castle. Rock castlerock is the downfall of everybody so herald. Yes don't go there. That's the lesson the other thing. I wanted to mention real quick when we talked about that French film. The Joy was watching a lot of people. Say Well how how. How could she understand the French in the film and everything and I think it's just because they were in Canada and she was watching it but I think our emotions were coming from the content of the film and I didn't know this but I I read this from another commenter that the movie was actually a notoriously explicit? LGBTQ movie it call. Blue is the warmest color so knowing what we know about joy in her relationship with chance and all of that I think that may be as where her emotion could have come from from amity right. Yeah Yeah I think so too. Yeah so yeah fantastic fantastic season and do we want to talk a little bit about the Stephen King references. I think we've mentioned a few but there are a couple I really. Yeah one of the ones that I caught at that. I actually don't think a lot of other people caught but chance. There's one point when Rita comes to town. Retracts down chance because it was her phone she says. Well what's what's your what's your real name. And she says Georgia let chance and Gordie lachance is. The boy is will Wheaton's character in standby I am by. No I would have never known that. Okay now look. Don't you think she told looks like she could daughter. Could yeah totally yeah. She's got like the same face ace so I thought that was awesome and I think that she's probably his daughter and I hope that maybe they bring that up again because we don't have chance died either so I don't know I like I'd like to see her again The other girl just a little more stand by me. The other girl in the group was named Vera. The other friend and there was vern in stand by me. Okay you know So that was Kinda cool The Mellow Tiger Bar is again and again mentioned. That's from the book needful things they also have the mellow tiger in season one. So that's going going to be Probably a recurring location and and cancel the emporium. Gloria was also definitely folks. Yep Yep Someone and said that one of the cars that they showed an episode. Seven was the Christine car which I did not catch it all. I wouldn't know that but it you seeing Christine would you remember. Member of the car looked Y. Yeah it's yet. It's a pretty. Yeah I feel like I'm GONNA have to go check that out now. People people might WanNa Google that one. That sounds cool. Dairies mentioned several times that I guess Nans. Lunch is also a location. That's featured in a lot of kings books books and that's where the Flashback happened when pop and Abdur I'm sorry Abdeen. Nadia were first having milkshakes and fries with pop when they first Chris got adopted finance and I guess that's been name dropped a bit and of course any tells joy I'm your number one fan and that it was just a great great line. Yeah so I guess the ultimate question is will there be a season three. Oh there has to be I mean yes but it has. It has yet to be officially renewed for a third season but Dustin Thomason who we talked about before. The show runner doesn't seem to be worried about whether it will be back for another season. He said that a already have plans for season. Three including which Stephen King character they want to explore. Because I need time to prep for this and so this was in a collider article. They asked him. Do you already have a plan in place for season three. Do you know which characters you'd like to explore next if that happens and he said I could tell you but then an ice cream scoop you. He said Salmon. I tried to map things out. Broadly from the beginning. And you'll start to see some of that as the later episodes. Come come and definitely like you said we we start to see tied together. The plan was always to have an interconnected set of stories and while every season would be its own launching launching point. There would be this fabric of Stephen King's multi-diverse if you will that always bubbled beneath it and a unity to the stories that existed and so I think fans of season one will find things in season two which absolutely did and that may be that. They're not expecting along the way and when we get to season three I hope that there will be a continuation of what we've done in this season an an expansion and the audience will start to feel that there was a plan from the beginning I've got goosebumps. I was just GonNa say that gives me chills. I know I know I love this. Show so ma. I could never imagine being a writer for this. I'm I mean I'm a writer. Imagine doing this kind of writing. It's just while it was great so we are huge castle rock fans. We would like to thank you for taking a detailed walk down the season two lane and we'd love to hear what your favorite episodes were What you're open questions are from from castlerock season two and what you would like to see in Castle Rock Stephen in what you would like to see in castlerock season three what carothers rate it conversation? Dixon's yes I can't wait. I can't wait either well until then or until a few weeks from now it's going to take a week off for Christmas. Right sounds good. We'll be back in January with our best of two thousand nineteen and we will talk to you guys then. Bye Bye.

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"castle rock" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"castle rock" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

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"castle rock" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

09:38 min | 1 year ago

"castle rock" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"And so it's a matter of actually learning to learn what we're learning as we actually grow up US I guess what I learned the most of the connect to that. Yes maybe that's the biggest thing to Britney trust and and connect to myself friend and listen Savoy instead of the all the noise you know that really kind of can take you away from from pop and they give the trump if I can call called. Yeah that's a very honest and thoughtful answering and I have to say just listening to you. Speak family all around the world but it does sound like you have an admirations for I mean obviously many people do but it does give an admiration for your father. not inauguration direction. Now I just I love my father very much ness I admire henman. Just like an Meyer. My mother and and other people actually book I YEA Meyer. What he is who he is and what he's what he's done and and for being able to accept here things that weren't Ways that he was started in all and and being open to that And for being the supportive father. He's been yes for sure. Why Meyer and yes I do? I do because because because we live in an age where people are buried in their cellphones. Their buried in technology there so I almost feel like many. People don't take the opportunities to appreciate their parents to appreciate their loved ones. That seems like when I talked to you. That's that's never been an issue for your almost the complete clean up. You're very appreciative. Of all the wonderful family members and people you have in your life. I don't know if he nowadays Santa News Track of that. I think that what you choose to look at really because both are there in. I think there are people who who are not appreciative. And and are people who are. I think it's always been like that. I don't know if he does take A away from gratitude. I'm not sure about that I could say great things about social media and not so great things about it I guess Ah My more appreciative than than the record. I don't think so I. I think it's important something that I'm implementing in my life because it feels good than I think. Think value 'CAUSE 'cause I believe it's important But Yeah I don't know people really don't do it as much today. Hey I wanted him they do the action. You know What I've been looking into the past couple of years more than than before was the the law of attraction manifestation and gratitude enough for nations and all those things that I believe? A lot of people are connecting to more nowadays than Dan than they were before. It's not ever But it's true that it is a society that focuses a lot on on me. It all begins from there at the same time it all starts from UH spend and our opinions are on the hours at the end of the day. What we believe in is is reading is really you know I I? I'm not sure how to get your points. I definitely understand what you're saying. You know just a little technical here for those listening you know you got a New York Film Academy Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute. You have some experience with the Meisner technique for those of you. Listening that's encouraging acting not acting on emotion impulses leading with your heart. Did you find that stuff helped you along the way material that the stuff you want a New York shy. I'm sure I I couldn't leave I'm still quote unquote nowhere and you know I mean I'm just on my journey. I where I answered as definitely the result of of overseas things They were so necessary. Yeah the Meisner was necessary to message was really against the the biggest for me in terms terms of having a strong technique to rely on stocks to me And my senses. You know it just what works for me but the Meisner also works for me. There are lots of things that I get from it but I did not study Meisner as long as I studied a message. And 'cause I didn't want to go any further From where really I stopped because I wanted to go to spend a message. Then talk to me more so yeah definitely. It's those are wonderful the full. I believe you should have something that they can make. A break can be so many things you know lots of people. Most people I believe has a suitcase. You know all these different things it from the fan right. These different tools for sure for sure without it I could untried could not have done what they have done. Arthur rock and I have to ask you this because many people all my actors. I asked the same question you know who do you. I don't WanNa see you credit one person person but is there a mentor. You have or mentors that you've had kind of as you've gone through this process of becoming an actor while hi it's For sure I was very lucky to how many people supported me and believe in me but I guess if I have to name to From the two schools from Strasbourg against from the New York. SCHNECK Adamy I the New York Mcadams the very first person who reading. Can you believe me. And who's been in my life since was randomly Santiago WHO's a wonderful actor and director and singer and artists and human being? He's just a wonderful person and right from the beginning. I classes there She just kind of to clean Under his Wing right and she. She's been in my life ever since she's directive somewhere that I've I've vote and the I've been in some of his work and and we still are engine others for that would be readily And then from Strasbourg local Who's written also so books On domestic was wonderful and he's still in my life than I was over at her house last weekend so she's also been absolutely we'll pass me and and teaching me and and yeah. Yeah that's well said to and you know I have to say you have a love of writing from the research I've seen in. Where does your your? Where does that come from the fact that you love? I hope I'm using that word when I say love your love in writing. Where's I come from I I honestly I don't know when it it came ring to the surface? I were really fun. You know why I can't have right. I can actually right and maybe some bail actually be doing in great work was after is one conscious that each track record of Strasbourg works where basically I had gone through. See Neither one One summer after had been Trasbourg for a year I believe at that point and I saw the play that had been pigs that year and so so I wanted to see the play and I found out on the end that it was written by students and I thought wow were you guys stick and I learned about the program program and I thought you know what maybe maybe I'll maybe I'll send. I'll write something and I'll send it and I can put up the plate. You know I see. I never thought that I would actually win 'cause NYU will Competes and I'm not American and I had to learn English on your fears before his info. You know all these things together. What the hell we'll try to? And so I did. And I ended up winning and so Margaret Kessler Margaret Lad. He's the wife of Life Kessler Wonderful Writer Chose lay and she became my writing adviser and and he put the play together and and that was wonderful. And that's when I thought you know what I think I can write Before I was always writing you know here and there and as a try I I love to write poems and you know in journals then right but I never really thought that you know I I think people with with it and the Especially after the production of the play I will never forget this guy. He came to me he was looking for me after the production. And and I why he just told me how you were the only crying. And you're reminded handle story with him of of story of his and he was so moved by it and so oh wow diary. Had a big impact on me thinking. Wha- I guess I can touch people within great so yeah no certainly yeah. It definitely sounds like you have a gift for it. You know and I have to say well. Well if somebody came up to me and said you know your podcast touch me. Or that's I mean that would say it's somewhat reflective of your abilities. That's a great thing that's a really good thing and you know one. The other things is we're GONNA get certainly castle rock in a moment but how ironic uses that. You have a love of writing. And you're starring in this show.

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All About the new 'Jurassic World' short film 'Battle at Big Rock'

The Empire Film Podcast

07:10 min | 1 year ago

All About the new 'Jurassic World' short film 'Battle at Big Rock'

"New story that I want to talk about as well which which is a PC guy saying this tomorrow night during these et Jurassic world short film Jomie model at Big Rock which I thought was pretty pretty cool but I don't WanNa hear you guys talk about it. Instead of wanting to hear the guy he made it talk about it. Will you please welcome drastic world and the upcoming world three three and indeed the director all the big. Please welcome ah the I just want to thank all of you. I brought my children tonight so thank thank you for introducing them to many new words. I'm so sorry so many questions to answer wants dinner so yes colon thanks to lay down man for everything you were born so listen this short film by the big rock very very exciting. What can you say about what's what happened is so the universal came to us and asked if I wanted to make a short film with their money and I said yes definitely we can put dinosaurs in it and we'll do it and so we're not enough if any last film at the very end we really just change the franchise? Even is as we said all these dinosaurs loose in the world and so it led us a just think about what that really means and take a bit of a step away from our weaponized dinosaurs hybrids and all these things that we've been doing in these in these movies and really just go back to basics and and make a short film about a family campground who just like anyone who's been camping. Sometimes you see a bear going through your garbage and we replaced that with an ceratops yeah. We we go from there because I I've seen a little short films in my life almost every single one of them stand to have a dinosaur and it's you're not the besmirch short films but this is the dream just take a dinosaur and then you're good we list of films that I think what would have been even more amazed ashamed with films that I want to have a dinosaur in them. All Jess I found that amazing movie with Robert Redford all his lawsuit aw I remember watching it incredible movie and I was so ashamed that about two thirds of the way through there could be a Muslim source would be okay with that. I would be alright Robert Redford versus versus the Mosasaurus all along the money would be the most horse tough you never know he's very resourceful so when this we shot in Ireland in January January of last year and we managed to keep it a secret the Irish keep secret added stars Andre Holland who many US probably seen in castle rock if that's out here in Selma is incredible actor Natalie Martinez who is an end of watch and his amazing amazing actress and these two kids that no one's ever seen before who I love so much it was it was like shooting in movie we had five days and we all had to get together with this pretty. Small Irish crew one set and find a way to do something pretty pretty challenging in a short period of time with not same resources that we're used to and everyone was down at the buffet every morning which there's an excellent buffet at this point this out at this hotel in Ireland that we're we're all in this sweet little girl who was in the in the short had never been in anything before and we asked her you know she her mom called and said Bull. I oh I get I get get first class tickets to come out because you're guaranteed a first class taking per guild rules but she really wants her whole family there. Is there anything you can do and I was like well what I do with my my family is usually we'll just we won't take the first class and we'll fly. Everybody and you can fly business if you do that and so she said great and so this van pulls up and just one one after another ten people baby and grandma everybody get out of the van and they were Swedish. There was amazing BEC- it coat from winter in Philadelphia incredible but I'd love to this is happening. Do you think this might spark a trend. Is this something that you would have loved to done and for the first Jurassic World Yeah it is the result of a you know I think it's because our we don't make three movies a year in our franchise and and and we don't even make one movie a year and we're we're a little more old school and that we every three years and we ask people to come and see a dinosaur movie and so it to be able to have something in the middle because the story that we're about to tell in the next film is so different and so large in scope that it was. I just really wanted to do something that was that was just very intimate and small. There are dinosaurs in it but it's a small intimate dinosaur fight. What can you say about where you are with the next Jurassic World World we are? I live here in England and I've been here for three years and we have our our offices out at studios and we've got everyone. They're carving being dinosaurs out of of clay. I can announce here that I have. If any do saw the dark crystal on Netflix John Nolan who did all the animatronic Dr Crystal is going to do our animatronic for us and so he's bringing starting to actually build things in his workshop and seeing what he's able to do with is Enjoin Movement and he's really innovating a really exciting way speaking emphasis on animatronic again there are large and small and we actually have an animatronic in in battle a big rock that was done by legacy by the guys who you know Stan Winston's group before they all have carried on that tradition so we had this the massive allosaurus in Ireland and so everybody was my wife actually took a video of it that I'm sure I'll I'll tweet at some point because there's so much so much fun and energy behind it and that we finally we had this this massive thing that was sticking its head in and out of this camper van spoilers spoiler now but people and and it just this whole crew was actually watching this thing go down and you really feel like you're you're. You're in Jurassic Park when these things really get going and we play music and we play roars really loud so there's there's no element that isn't you know firing on all all cylinders and it's pretty exciting. Everyone applauded and we we felt like we were there. Outside of course in

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"castle rock" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"castle rock" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The public imagination that that no one was exempt everybody had to give it at one point or another whether it was the cha cha cha or even the twist even Sinatra to do and so soon and so hi Matt dance and through the Castle Rock tight and dance around the clock we man's do the Castle Rock he kissed me we have a to the castle rock it was they play the Castle Rock the the Castle Rock the Castle Rock.

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"castle rock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"castle rock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Castle Rock police responded to calls of a shooting at the king soopers on ridge road in Castle Rock here's what we know so far is were gathering information on this breaking news story one person was shot and transported to a local hospital we don't have information on the condition or the identity of that person ridge road is fully closed at this hour from ridge road to ender's Boulevard here's Castle Rock public information police officer Joe cyber four seven PM this evening cast rock police received a nine one one call shots fired but the king soopers on ridge road Castle Rock responded appearance phone victim who had suffered a gunshot wounds and better call arrived on scene and transported and it was just so very hospital we don't know the relationship between the shooter and the person that was shot or persons that were shot Castle Rock police are on the scene right now it is heavy presence please tell okay way newsradio they do not have suspect or suspects in custody at this time the suspect immediately after the shooting but the area north bound toward died twenty fives on ridge road the founders parkway we do not have any information that there is any existing threat to the community and we are still working she get additional information on thanks and we'll description so we can get that out to a community in the public as well as soon as we get that information will pass along to you but at this time again there have been no arrests made in the shooting in Castle Rock will stay on top of this breaking news story eleven people remain hospitalized in del sol trauma in el Paso Texas won survivor name Octavio who's being treated for gunshot wound to his foot spoke to reporters briefly.

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"castle rock" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"castle rock" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"He is ordered by the way, we didn't mention one title of Princess bride. Oh, I'm court. And if you again, I'm I'm not in business with William golden. No. I know if you like the movie the Princess bride this second. Get sick. The book is is. It's a such wonderful. Right. So he's brought in by Castle Rock castle. Rock the production company. I've been with that don't explain things. Astle at the time. It was actually a small studio strictly, Glenn what's his name going? Paddock. Yeah. That's right. That's a name for the past. The the the flagship of Castle Rock was rob Reiner was one of the owners castle. Rock had bought a pitch someone came in and pitched them a story based on a rumor that had been going around Beverly Hills. Yeah. That a Beverly Hills surgeon had conspired with a young woman to defraud a medical malpractice insurance company that he was going to operate on her screw up the operation on purpose and some non life threatening way. The he was going to be sued for thirty million dollars and put the money. Well, I don't know if it's almost true or not. But it certainly beginning of a great thriller. Love that pitch castle. Rock bought the pitch. It didn't work out with them. They've bought the pitch and they hired him to write the screenplay. It didn't work out. So they went to Bill Goldman with whom they had a relationship because he had written misery. He'd written the Princess bride for them. And they said start all over with this pitch. Yeah. A surgeon and a woman conspire, and he said this sounds great to me. I don't have time to do it. But here's what you should do identify some young meaning cheap, some young writer who you think I'll like, and I will guide that writer through the process, and they my place script a few good men was kind of being passed around people were reading it. And they identified me and my phone rang. One day. And my hero was on the other end, Erin. This is Bill Goldman. You wanna have lunch tomorrow? I said sure. And I put on like the one suit that I owned I met him at the restaurant. He told me to meet him at on the upper east side I walked in. And I'm telling you before I even sat down he said, I don't think this is gonna work out. Great, and my heart sank, and he said, I think you are very talented young writer, but you've never written a screenplay. You've never even written a bad TV. Oh, I don't think we're going to have a vocabulary. Yeah. You're not bitter enough yet the ever I thought. Well, what do I do? Now in haven't even brought the brand am I supposed to stay here? I don't know what to do. And all I could think of was to say was listen, I can't pretend I have more experienced than I do. But maybe I can convince you that I don't need the kind of experience that you're talking about. Yeah. And by the end of the lunch having bonded over our mutual lower back problems. He reaches hand across the table and said, I'll tell you what we gotta deal. No good. Now that movie did not turn out the way. I hope it's not it's not my finest hour movies. We call malice with Nicole Kidman Baldwin. But while all that was happening. The play had opened on Broadway. A few good men, and rob Reiner came to see it and decided he's going to direct it. And then a call Kidman came to see it and she called her husband husband, Tom Cruise and said, you should really come to this theater as a part. I think you're gonna wanna play and it all came together very quickly. So now, you've got to write the movie. And so yes, so I'm the first thing I did when to have to write the movie I went out, and I bought a screenplay format book screenplays tend to our our format intensive like shit fields Booker, just a it wasn't even sit fields book..

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Apple TV drops 'violent' Dr Dre drama, amid censorship complaints

MacBreak Weekly

03:45 min | 2 years ago

Apple TV drops 'violent' Dr Dre drama, amid censorship complaints

"Let's I think we have. There's a lot more we could talk about including apple, apple zone, employees, calling the apple TV effort. What are the Wall Street Journal? Say, NBC light. Apple is apparently having a difficult time that killed the Dr Drey a semi biographical tail because it was too violent. They're having a difficult time we, we actually talked about this. I think maybe you anti mentioned. This is difficult for apple with its desire to stay squeaky clean to predict create entertainment people. Wanna see not only not only that, but their desire for control. And really the the reason why Netflix and Hulu and these other companies are getting top-drawer talent is because that's where you, if you, if you if you're with NBC or CBS, you can't even cast somebody who has one line with putting them putting people on tape and sending it the headquarters for their approval. I don't know how well they're going to do by saying. Now when he when he gets shot. Act does. He can't just say, oh, darn it just it's like, no, he can't. He's going to be cursing up. Storm have dealings about. There's like I mean, west wing entertained me for five years without any language violence or anything. So you can make a mazing television without it. But I also think artificial to impose it that that it's hard. It's hard to you. You nailed it any. It's hard to attract the creatives. It's not so much that you can't do it. It's just the creatives don't wanna get an environment with their with their handcuffed. And that's your. Famous for today, Nimick Castle Rock or something. They just need a brand that they were. They were okay with. Yeah, they just do that and then not have Eddy cue in Tim cook and those meetings. I just I just don't know. don't know. Mutation as apple TV network. We're like Netflix, if it were run by Ned Flanders. Unless you're signed up, s speaking as a parent, I'm not that against it. You know, like I have places to go. I wanna go to see that content and knowing that I can have stuff that I'm not worried about my kids, you know, seeing I turns the phone, unfortunately, I'm, I watch a lot of stuff and so I'm very, very thick skin about what I'm watching and I'll forget there's something in it that my kids can't watch, nor that I don't want my kids to watch at eight and ten years old or nine and ten years old. So so I think that and I and I do. I thought about this a lot while while they were talking about it and you know, I, I don't think apple could build an etching up until the, you know, more recently. Disney Disney's done everything, but they built a pretty good base without doing a lot of going going crazy. Pixar done. Okay. Without a lot of gratuitous, violence and swearing. I mean, they sold a couple you know ticket. So I don't think that it's impossible to build a lot of content and apple has the one Trump card that that I think everybody else can't do, which is that they can outbid anybody. They want to any day, that's that's the epithet that according to the Wall Street Journal, some apple employees are calling it expensive NBC.

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Geoffrey Owens, NBC and Minnesota discussed on Dave Ramsey

Dave Ramsey

00:19 sec | 3 years ago

Geoffrey Owens, NBC and Minnesota discussed on Dave Ramsey

"Of soul. Instead Williams talked about the problems of black children growing up without fathers, and that black lives don't matter until black people stop killing each other. He suggested a black woman can't raise a black child to be a man, although Franklin was a single mother to four boys. Franklin said, the family was caught off guard by the eulogy, Tom Roberts NBC News Radio.

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Colorado to vote in November on proposal to toughen oil drilling rules

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:52 sec | 3 years ago

Colorado to vote in November on proposal to toughen oil drilling rules

"Another hot one, but not as bad high ninety Right now we've got those early morning dark skies since starting to slowly creep. Up in sixty two degrees in Denver now on Colorado's. Morning news Colorado voters going to be designing a key measure in November on a much tighter regulations. On the, oil and gas industry KOA NewsRadio Connor shreve has the latest on. This story it would require new, oil and gas. Rigsby at. Least twenty five hundred feet from ballots from buildings excuse me and it will make the ballot in November that ruling coming yesterday after they did gather enough. Signatures it's called initiative, ninety, seven it, would change the current rules that require oil and gas facilities be at least five hundred feet from. Homes, in about a thousand from schools and hospitals those backing the measure say health concerns those opposed worry about the economic impact the. Measure could have on our states oil and gas. Industry meanwhile the oil and gas conservation

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"castle rock" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"castle rock" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"And his movies have always been made by different groups of people. No, no. One group of people have ever made a few Stephen King movie. I think so. But there's something about like a misery or even Dolores Claiborne, which I think is a very underrated movie where they just get the feeling of his books across so well, like misery fields, exactly. Like living in that book down to the smallest detail. But this Castlerock to me, there's just no. I don't know. I don't have that feeling. It's like, what you see Tim Burton movie? No, you're watching a Tim Burton movie. I'm watch this and I'm I'm not feeling that Stephen King feeling. I feel it much more in a strange things which is a Omar's, but I just don't see why this had to be a Stephen King thing. It's weird to well. I don't know. I have faith that it's that it's sort of being a slow build. I like the idea that Stephen King is written a million stories about this town Castle Rock where all these hard things have happened. So we're going to do a show that it gets into the of all of it. Like, why are these things happening here? I think that's a cool idea. I think they're also if they had come out of the, I think it's going to be like Gotham which you normally huge fan of for the first season of Gotham. It was like penguin and fish Mooney who was a character they made up. Yeah, that Jada Pinkett Smith played. And you could said the same thing you're like, why is this called Gotham? Right? Just so they could call this guy penguin and he'd hates being called penguin. But then like you realize, oh, they're, they're, they're dealing it out little by little because it's eventually going to become the fully realized universe, which is what the last season of Gotham was. I think they'll do that with this. I think they also realize though too, if we come right out of the gate where they're like, you know. My name's Jack Torrance. I work at shushing prison. I saw clown last night. You know, it's too much all at once. I did like the Jack Torrance Easter egg. I thought that was very cool. I thought the character named Jackie Torrens will. Yeah. But later she says, I hate this town. Nothing interesting ever happens. I'll tell you a story. My uncle was normal guy, and then one day decided he was going to hack his wife and his kid two pieces, and then he killed himself in my parents won't even talk about it. I thought that was interesting. I thought, like little stuff like that. So I don't know. I think it's going to go in the way Gotham went will. We shall see, we shall here's my question. Why not throw one hundred million dollars at Stephen King and say, we're going to do ten ten episodes seasons, where every episode is one of his short stories, different writer, different director. Why? Why not do that? You mean? You mean a logical thing? Yeah. No, that's why they don't do like, you know, like it'd be the new twilight zone. He's got one hundred, perfect, horror, short stories. Yeah, you hire a different writer director for each that. It is a show that goes one hundred episodes. No questions asked and makes them their money back time and time. Again. Geck because it makes sense. That's why they're not doing these people are fucking idiots. I hope I didn't just give somebody that D. And they get rich off it. Well, we copyrighted here TM. I mean, it's, it's just, you know, why don't they? Why the fuck didn't they put deniro Pacino in a movie together until righteous kill. I know they were in heat together. You know what I mean? Right. Why did I prefer righteous kill? And I know a lot of people don't agree, but for me, I felt heat was missing fifty cent in a key support and grow. Why is why is Creepshow just now finally coming back..

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"castle rock" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"castle rock" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"I watched on Netflix, although it was made for theaters and eventually not released conspiracy, excuse me, not conspiracy. Is it. Legend of white tailed deer. Hunter. You just said conspiracy. That's what made me say that the legs Hauge. Why didn't we talk about this one or the other episode on the show? Okay. Sorry, legacy of white tailed deer hunter directed by Jody hill, starring Josh Brolin, and Danny McBride was very excited to watch it. Jody hill, you know, is a big force pint eastbound and down. As Danny McBride. Just a movie that just didn't work. You can totally see how even with the town about it wasn't released. There's nothing getting you for me to be just kind of don't care, and it's just kind of one of those guys trying to connect with his son movies. They pitched it as like a new bad news bears or paper moon, like one of those seventies character studies right when I read up on it, but it doesn't feel like that at all. And then at some point, somebody must've said you got to insert a little edgy humor in here. There's nothing happening in this movie. So at some point, Danny McBride start showing the little boy that he is on this journey with photographs of his girlfriend being gang banked. Okay. Polaroid's move. And that's been like a light PG to this point. So I sound like a prude this week, but I'm just like wild tonal shifts in these movies that do not work, and I'm a guy who likes tonal shifts. You are always said that about, I have that shirt. I'm a guy who likes tonal shifts, but. Yeah, just kind of a lackluster picture and I do. I do want to say that I saw Josh Brolin at the weezer and pixie show the other night. Okay. And that was kind of cool. That's cool. That's it. It's a great story. And the weezer pixie show was fantastic. Good. I'm glad to hear it. Yeah, I'm glad to hear it. Did weezer pull out some of the old stuff. They played all their hits, which were awesome. And then enough time has passed from like some of their shitty albums that remember that the hits from those albums are actually pretty awesome to right. Like if you're wondering if I want you to, I want you to from the red l. or whatever or Radha toot. I think that's from which is their worst, but that's great. Sounds like cheap trick than they have. They played Africa. That's a great cover with weird Al yankovic on backup vocals accordion really. That was awesome. That's pretty cool, but they got some good songs, pork and beans from the red albums, very catchy song. There's a few songs in minutes long or whatever. That's burnt jam. I think. I mean, they're fun. They're there. Not what they once were, but they put on a great almost a kid friendly kind of show with they open with buddy Holly in the outfits in the real in the video. Basically they had the same set and they're doing shed changes outfit changes. Yeah, it's like a pop show. Wow. But I mean they were great. I can't his voice. Sounds awesome. Is still one of the best rock voices there is great and a good time and the pixies are maybe my favorite live band. I just, I mean, part of it's that I love those albums so much, but they're so good and the songs they picked from their new ones are very carefully chosen to like showcase songs that you forget about. Like both times the one they played that Magdalena song when you and I saw them, I know as your favorite and I got super into it right after this one. I had another song where I was like, yeah, I forget they're still making good music. You just don't listen to them. Thousand times like their other four. Okay. They're good sleigh bells. Opened it up and they're good. It was a fun night of pixies. Yeah. Howard pixies. Joe, I just talked to you about the pixies for upwards of you talked about. No, then I was just now while you were on your phone..

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"castle rock" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

05:10 min | 3 years ago

"castle rock" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"They've made a huge mistake when they tripled down on it to the extent that they did, I just was blown away that nobody stepped in and said, guys, people don't think miscarriages are super hilarious. Right, right. Because it was not funny and. There's also like moms there. My mom said she saw tag and she's we're kind of enjoying it and almost had to walk out real. It's that it's that level of kind of weird. I thought. All right, real something you don't see with with the amount of notes. All these things go through. Was that somebody should have given them this note, change it to something else. Is there party? That feels a sense of hope that something that edgy and crass got through without the notes, not because it's tag at the end of the day. It's not like it's something really subversive or something. Okay. Tag. I don't know. It didn't. It rubbed me the wrong way movie. The first two thirds of movie are kind of fun. I'm gonna hit you with a double shot. I watched both LBJ starring Woody Harrelson long blowjob. Yes. Is on the adult story of Lyndon Johnson? Yeah, Lynn me Johnson. And then I also watched all the way with Bryan Cranston playing Linda Johns Johnston. Wow. One was about one was focused more on his reelection after he became president after Kennedy died, yes. I'm getting to the good part. Sorry. I dozed off that was the Cranston won the Woody Harrelson was more about him becoming president when Kennedy died right. Both. Versions of LBJ in the films where it was like watching where the buffalo roam and fear and loathing. It was like they were identical right characterizations of this guy. Both movies contained one to two scenes of LBJ shitting with the door open in the Oval Office, instructing his. His team stuff or whatever the similarities were striking. But at the end of the day, I found the story very riveting to see a southern. Racist democrat, get put with a very liberal northern democrat because of. In in the interest of strategy and gaining votes, and then watching the southern racist democrat slowly progress in a debt and and fight for the right reasons. I thought it was a very interesting story. Okay. And and you like both movies where they're generally of a film critic would compare the two or draw any parallels and all the twin them? I did. He had the door open shitting. All right. It was the same and you know, in both movies, he's like, he's like niente got no tits on my head, but I ain't no dumb fucking asshole. Either. Like you know, they were just very civil moves. They were almost identical a bug's life and aunts. Yes. The Cranston one ends with him getting reelected and somebody goes LB like, come on and it's your party, you know, come celebrate and it's the slow motion shot of Cranston walking with this voiceover as he scanning all the people around him cheering for him and goes, that's right. Eight is my fucking party and you mother fuckers cut my throat. The first chance you get like it gets it gets real fucking into like how dark Washington is. Yeah, the bullshit a politics, right? I just I just enjoy both films. You know, I always love seeing Woody Harrelson playing like a sort of pecker wood guy. Sure. That's walking around here for him is dick. Yeah, there were not usually claim kind of the smartest guy in the room. Are you joking or? Yes. Okay. There were identical passages of dialogue, identical monologue. It was. It was they were rhetoric. Biography one was made for HBO and the the Woody Harrelson one was I think rob Reiner, rob Reiner and my friend Allen Mandelbaum produced some join it. I did not see. I did very much. All right. I mean, I've I hate bio-pics and if their political, I hate him even more. But maybe I'll. AB I'll check them out. How about that? Pat? Don't give a shit what you do. Honest. I saw a little picture called first reformed written and directed by Paul Schrader who did you know the scripts for taxi driver. Oh, that looks good when McGregor? Nope, Ethan Hawke you can hawk I'm here as the priest was either hawk Amanda see freed and Cedric the entertainer going by his actual name, which is like Cedric. Centric negotiator. Yeah, exactly. Yeah. All right. A very interesting movie about religion, faith, hypocrisy, at cetera, Ethan, Hawke playing a..

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"castle rock" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"castle rock" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"I don't think these till the coming out of my mouth. It's hard to shoe on a Joe in. It's not a lot of to start with the oath sound. I'm gonna have to start getting creative with it. But when I listen to that, that collection of all of the all the Joes I was like, I can't deprive people this. I was making myself laugh. I was that I remember doing some of them, but I'm looking up who made that right now so we can give it's great. It's a collection of it's from the very first time I did a little on with the Joe. To like now, the operatic performances that that you hear each week, Benjamin medi. Thank you. Benjamin medi took literally every single arm with the Joe edited together. Into a super cut. And it sounds it's it's basically all Pat you because it's all him saying on the job. It sounds like a man descending into madness. Yeah, it's just all it is. Absolutely is. So thank you sir, for putting that together, Benjamin. So what do we got the movie corner this week? I got a few things in the movie corner, and I'm saving 'em. I six because that's what we're talking about for next week show. Yes, but I soar. Can I just tell you real quick before we start. For we came over here. I went over and had a a midday pint at the Tam. Oh, chanter. Kitchen wasn't open infuriating. Why wasn't an opus four PM no kitchen up. Why was it not open Joe? I don't know. It's just another thing was the carving me. I was like, boy, I'd really love some of that corn beef today. I hadn't eaten and I'd love nice like pint of Guinness, it's on the way to Joe's. I have an hour to kill, go in kitchen's, not open. You know, and no carving man either. No carving though that's the carving, let me tell you. She said, the carving stations open. But the carving station man never appeared. That guy's always off doing something probably. Carbon carbon up lines with his MasterCard. That's what he's carbon. I saw. Why I gotta go back. I, I have a long list because we haven't done this in a while, but I'm going to start with tag. Yes, my friend, Jeff, Tomsic directed the film. Okay. But I mean, if you didn't like it cut loose, I'm not gonna know. I mean, I I really root for comedies because and I don't think people even really notice this, but we are at a time where we're getting like two theatrically, released comedies. A month. Yeah, two and generally they're both bad yet. So it's dark and tag is not like fucking diamond in the rough, but it had a certain charm to it reminded me a bit of game night and that they did a lot of things stylistically and with little special effects and action sequences that really helped rise above the pack a little bit. It's not as good as game night the premises, just too stupid that these guys have been playing tag for years. And the depths they go to. But I will say in the final third of the movie. There is an elaborate is this real or is this part of the tag fake out because they also do a lot of fake outs right with the woman's miscarriage. She's been pregnant throughout the film and they start saying, do you think it's a real miscarriage or part of the tag game or whatever. And they do eight hundred jokes about miscarriages. It's the whole. It's really the whole last third of the movies just about miscarriages. And are these people sick enough to fake a miscarriage, whatever. Right? And I've never heard the air go out of theater so fast in my entire life. I've got a real real difficult to offend meter myself. And from the minute the bit started, I was like, this isn't one joke about how sick these folks are and then get off it..

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"castle rock" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"castle rock" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Things. Popping today. I lex you watched I didn't I was watching some other shows Watch the new episode Did you notice on the sheet for our show how I titled, my favorite show anyway Did. You watch the new episode of Castle Rock and guys the mystery deepens it does yes We say yes absolutely I. The one after the episode because they're doing it. Episode by episode they're dropping, it every Wednesday I kind of wish they dropped the whole. Season 'cause just having to wait I guess that is part of the fun of? It all. But Wow yeah last. Night's episode very. Dynamic and there's some things, that happened that you just wonder where they're gonna. Go and we're still looking for answers and explanations why characters. Are the. Way they, are, and. What's, happening but they're slowly rolling it out and it is it is, great it's championship guys if. You don't know this it's it's a Stephen King. J.j Abrams production basically and, it's really not based on one particular Steven king book it's, weird It's, inspired by all of his worlds and all of. His characters and. It's it's a. Narrative that unspools over in, the town of Castle Rock and girl you do. Not want to live in this town let's just say that. It is The property. Value is very low and Castlerock There's a young man. Who is is called, back to the town he grew up in there's a mystery, about what happened to, him for eleven, days and it. Still remains and he's a he's. An attorney so he's going back to work but also there's all these personal. Stories and things that are, happening as well here's a character named Molly and she's the most, fascinating to me because she's kind of. A he sees visions that, other people experience and? So you just wonder what does she know he's. Slowly starting to share that as well too so So good Castle Rock on, Hulu everyone if you're looking for a new Benji show Benji Yup, and you're only four episodes behind so. That's it that's it Don, McLean I saw something? On our sheet that kind of surprised me about. You Really what They released the first photo mytalkers of Linda Hamilton in the new. Terminator movie, and I I don't know if I had to pick if I guess I would have thought that you liked what it's, looking like but you seem to have a bad reaction. To it I just don't think they need to. Redo it I think that we need to move on and do new stories. In general it's just Working for me I don't wanna see the same movies over and over again I, watched in my childhood this the original was fine we. Don't need to go back and revisit it think. About how great stranger things is it's a new concept it's something new everybody. Loves it There's so many things? Under, the sun. That you can write about, and I just don't understand why. They're, remaking all these. Old TV shows and movies is just come on let's think. Of a new idea well speaking..

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"castle rock" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"castle rock" Discussed on The Watch

"It's Thursday. It's hot in Los Angeles. Watch re up. We don't really call it that anymore. I do. Okay. I, you know, I have a lot of conversations about podcasting scheduled. Sometimes you're not privy to really know. Andy today. We were gonna talk a little bit about Castle Rock. The Hulu series that debuted on Wednesday that is these are televisual is -ation of the Stephen King verse season. Two is called Millie rock. Good. Now. So we're gonna talk a little bit about the first three episodes which were released on who on Wednesday, and then later we'll talk a little bit about our love for the mission. Impossible franchise Monday. We will talk about mission, impossible fallout, colon dash fallout, emission colon, impossible dash fallout. Yeah, the bane of copy editors have shut up. No come on. Typography is everywhere. Love this franchise above all others, Jim Cunningham's on the decks today, you know, let's let's get right into Castle Rock. Do you feel like do you feel like you have any any news you want to address the let you address? There's a couple of standing issues between us. Okay. No, I don't think so. I just, you know, we haven't seen each other since I was here yesterday in the studio recording something for project that's coming up. Oh, yeah, for sure. And you walked in? It was a little bit like I felt like you called me in the hotel room with with the secretary. You know what I mean? Like it was a moment or we just wanted now credibly supportive of you exploring other opportunity. We good. Yeah. As long as it means the same for me. Wow. Well, wait. So this is a Tom and ship situation now basically, wow, one night of freedom. Okay. It's a closed circuit. We will also on Monday talking about succession, although I should mention that we will do recap Ables episodes on the radio podcast network for the last two episodes of success. And I believe I am on the the first one. Oh, so you are cheating on me constantly. Again commander, it's more use like more of like my Mennonite wife flex to be. I expect to be faithful to me which weird nights really faithful. When we're not on the microphone. I only speak in old German to churn butter. Let's get going Castlerock. This one was announced last February. So last February was announced who and j.j Abrams and Stephen King were collaborating on this television station. They're going to bring the the stories of Stephen King, the feel of Stephen King to life, but not explicitly adapt any one. Steven, king story was more about the sort of the s. Sense of his his world set centering around these small towns in Maine, which they tend to Castlerock dairy for it. I would have nods to specific stories, but that it was going to be a new story that kind of existed in this universe and then cut to delight two thousand eighteen. We finally release these episodes, and I think that the time is very ripe for this to be a successful show. There is a dearth of kind of. I don't know if you'd want to call it. Conventional wisdom says, this is the best show on TV or everybody is watching this one thing. We don't have a stranger things. This summary of a game of thrones this summer, something like this that captures both drama and John row at the same time, there's there's a huge market out there for it. They do the Hulu release schedule or they dropped three at once. And then it'll be one a week going forward, which is actually, I think we're Lee because I don't like a lot of Hulu shows, but this is probably the ideal way to release television two thousand eighteen if you ask mainly for a new show. Yeah, so let's just get right into it. Did you think that this was? I mean, are you into the show? Yes and no, it. It's challenging because I think that. And maybe this is actually indicative of where TV isn't twenty eighteen. I think my feelings about this show are intertwined with my feelings about the idea behind the show and the media property manipulation behind the show and the IP stewardship behind the show and the decision making by the show to to run the tape back a little bit. This is what happens after Fargo is successful. This is what happens after we've entered into this post gold rush age of, you know, needing to sell TV on.

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Imagine Dragons' Dan Reynolds Is On A Musical Mission To Save LGBTQ Lives

Mac OS Ken

02:44 min | 3 years ago

Imagine Dragons' Dan Reynolds Is On A Musical Mission To Save LGBTQ Lives

"Apple pays. Got a new global partner seen that says, EBay has announced that its properties will start accepting, apples payment solution. Soon, certain retailers will begin accepting Apple Pay in the US come fall according to the peace with a full scale worldwide rollout to follow. There's another regional fitness challenge on the way for apple watch. I'm Morris as folks and China will have a chance to earn badges on Wednesday, the eight, the ball guest that coincides with the middle kingdoms, national fitness day. If you're on Salt Lake City this weekend, you might be able to catch apple CEO, Tim cook. I download blog says the CEO is set to speak at this year's love loud festival. The peace says, the event is meant to ignite the vital conversation about what it means to unconditionally love, understand, accept, and support, LGBTQ plus youth in our communities. The festivals press release, says, cook will be the final speaker. He'll also introduce imagine dragons a member of which founded the festival. Imagine dragons lead singer. Dan Reynolds started love loud and 2017 of cokes. Participation. Reynold says, Tim cook, joining us in Utah for love loud, son, to clear message to LGBT q. youth, that they have unlimited potential to achieve their dreams. Tim is an unwavering advocate for human rights and quality, and we're thrilled he'll be joining our powerful lineup of speakers and performers at another big name to Apple's. TV roster call to Matt says, alfre Woodard has joined up sci-fi drama. See that's the epic world building drama set in the future that already boasts. Jason momoa and the lead wouldn't comes with the number of sci-fi credits, including Luke cage. Captain America. Civil war and Star Trek first contact. The Cording to the peace wooded will play Paris priestess and adviser on the show. According to the Hollywood reporter ma-ma will take the lead of bub Avaz described by variety as a fearless warrior leader and guardian. You know, this could be amazing. It could also be amazingly bad. And finally today, while the world waits to see, see and other apple TV, there's free TV from someone else to see and gadgets as apple has teamed with Hulu remote. The streamers new Stephen King series Castle Rock the Cording to the report. The premiere episode of the series is available for free on the.

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Jesse Camp, Former MTV VJ, No Longer Missing After Police Investigated Possible Disappearance

Jason and Alexis

03:04 min | 3 years ago

Jesse Camp, Former MTV VJ, No Longer Missing After Police Investigated Possible Disappearance

"Mytalk, listen former MTV VJ Jesse camp is no longer considered missing according to a statement tweeted by the riverside police department on. Tuesday so he was the guy who won a contest back in the. Day you might remember. Him he's a former MTV. Personality his sister filed a report saying they could not reach him on July. Nineteenth they've been searching for him and a stranger picked up his cell phone when they called this is what concern them and said that Jesse camp had given him the phone and three bags of. Property so they were just concerned that, he you, know he has a history of drug, abuse you, know they were. Concerned he might have been in trouble and had somebody take advantage of, them but apparently he's contacted them and, said I'm, okay So they'll curious what's going on there but yeah he's okay exactly okay Sheree. Whitfield is officially saying goodbye to the real housewives of Atlanta again after weeks of speculation she confirmed Monday she's will not be a part of the next season this will be the eleventh season of. The Bravo show this fall and the, reason this, salary offer she received from the network, currently living, my best life. She told a fan on Instagram and was not interested in entertaining the, low ball offer that was sent no, you're worth Oh I mean just saying that she's not going to ever be back because. I don't think they'll take kindly to that no and what else is he still designing clothes what is. She, went on I don't know She's making her own money outside. Of. The shell. Yes Lindsay Lohan she's landed a reality. Show with MTV her new show will be set at her recently opened beach club on the Greek. Island of Mykonos I hope, I'm? Saying. That right yeah then she's. Going to follow the show is going to follow her in the staff of the low hand beach. House at work, and of, course after hours it's going to be sort of like. Vander prompt rules I I feel like it could turn. Bad I don't know if she needs to be in a club. Environment, yeah I want her to be successful and make, money but she's had a history of alcohol problems and Lindsey come on an Lindsey alone will not make that. Fly You to make, the right choices in terms of the cast and the chemistry and that might not be best for your business You know, she was also on, Instagram threatening to fire one of her employee's because, two, of them posted pictures of themselves in their uniforms which is beautiful outfits but they had different shoes on and she goes please, please wear the same shoes or you'll be fired Oh and, there's, people she was joking she's like no I'm serious So laying down the law there dress code data. Follow it okay on. TV tonight we have the show Castle Rock this. Is on Hulu it's an anthology, series from Stephen King j.j Abrams so, it references Stephen, king's work, including The Shawshank Redemption stand by me the dead,.

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"castle rock" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

560 KLZ The Source

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"castle rock" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

"You know the guy at the dealership or the repair shop better than you know the valet driver and yet you don't think twice about handed the keys over the valais driver so again the ability for you to get your your key copied hacked personal information given up and so on you've got a higher risk of that in a parking garage with a valet then you do it either the dealer the repair shop or the oem downloading something so again folks just be careful be smart about it but i would not not by a car based upon telematics randy in castle rock you're next hey guys i just wanted to throw in what i said last week about my old gordon being i think i said it was a nineteen twenty six transferring your romania yes sixteen twenty sixteen twenty six sixteen wow so that's that's pretty old yeah 'cause my wife said do says nineteen i said wow that's that's really old yup coby coby and just fine but sometimes you want the bush beans in the pan over the war beans more means there you go i just looked at them i had oil question before but before i get to it wasn't my favorite thing but it was cool when i grew up because we used to go to the drive ins or whatever but we have a night where you watch movies at home i guess you can call it projector night yeah break out there yeah but it was that was that was back in the day and i mean that was something that was like you know kind of.

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Panthers' Christian McCaffrey helps save man's life in hiking accident

Gary and Larry

02:12 min | 3 years ago

Panthers' Christian McCaffrey helps save man's life in hiking accident

"And bring the car as the parking's on me but remember our hills you might want to leave the bike at home on this one gary and larry continue andrei yet vr six eight on these boards legal or illegal baru lumbering christian mccaffrey all america's stanford couple years at a pretty good rookie season with with carolina budding as disappointing to be honestly but eighty passes he did some good receiver but you know you're talking about a guy that what what was he would you say he was the eu's top 10 pick eighth pick overall he was not much between the tackles and this was the debate i had with with the great todd who sack who i thinks as good a football analyst as there is but my claim was that mccaffrey is not an every down between the tackles running back he's a complimentary peace and todd argue the other way in a looks like at least one year in house that has has this for what what's what's he had right he's wrong he says somebody's life and all you care about is running between the tackles that's all i care about go ahead hey anyway so mccaffrey's hiking with the two brothers uh two of his brothers and two other people in castle rock colorado that's where the mccaffrey's make their home is dead was a an outstanding receiver for the broncos anyway they see this seventy two year old guy got a good name to dan smoker he seventy two fell about twenty feet onto a rock while heike with his grandson mccaffrey immediately called 911 then uh with his group rushed to help him uh and home i gather injuries were terrible a broken femur a broken pelvis a broken neck uh fractured ribs in bleeding on the brain thank god and smokers son a credits mccaffrey's group with saving his father's life so there you go when he would mccaffrey was there this two brothers dylan and macs max is a nine or right now he's on the niners roster really yeah he's a he's wide receiver i believe well emag the former duke blue devil himself man that's at all wait ago made me you know the.

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"castle rock" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"castle rock" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Second uh actor from the it movie to get involved with castle rock the first was bill scars guard who played the clown pennywise and he's playing a death row inmate at shawshank prison who has a connection to a andrei holland's henri de or character it does seem strange that there can a crippling their cast from the it feature film i i feel like you know oftentimes a here you know people in hollywood be like you know oh we can't cast this guy because he was in the marvel movie or cast in the dc felton in like it just seems like you know it is coming out at the same time you know castle rock is coming out it just seems weird but yeah i mean it's like stephen they're really like instead of i think you're right i think there's definitely that mentality there um in in hollywood projects in general but up hillock because this one is set in the stephen king multi first they're really just leaning into polling in as many people from king projects as they can i mean i mentioned says he spects the kentucky start in the movie version of carry that came out in 80s so um that's you know they're they're playing different characters in the show or so we think unless this whole thing is like this massive mr rack's and they're all chesslike somehow playing the saint characters that they did uh in in these movies but it seems like a little to elaborate even four jj abrams that that would be crazy uh let's move on to our next story ah the trailer for the new war games reboots hit the web uh where he give a reaction vic chris can you tell us a little bit about this wargames were boot before we we could get into it yes so this isn't like a ah your standard sort of movie.

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"castle rock" Discussed on The Basketball Analogy

The Basketball Analogy

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"castle rock" Discussed on The Basketball Analogy

"Fraga rocket fraph for castle rock is a movie company of fraga loerrach steven adams um and dourthe raqi um he does look like a the leader of the dot director steven adams doesn't they could see him on a horse right banned you've been on horses before in saving atl riding horse i've never been on a horse venice kanter could be on that show are we talking about games at thrones gainsborough rollins game of thrones they've i've never seen that show oh really i couldn't tell as to poll for hbo not too po for those cowboy boots i saw you weren't in houston man was errs on those bad boys and some uh i know cowboy boots are you might have fantasise about those but i own the cowboy boots i'll know chaps astle's or otherwise i don't even have a cowboy hat let you do sometimes rent a pickup truck dole i borrowed a pickup truck is wendy protest in a don't know how long he has been on hey hey joining us for this pride in this is not bubbly this is jade who a year equally assured names guys get a special guest hasn't been with us for a while coming all the way from san francisco yelp tim wake the hell up wake the hell a man way to do this to become away i just woke up having some coffee table who will prove this of what's up my man not much men are you doing do you have anything to report.

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