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The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
"chaplin" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
"Speak to this girls. I feel like he might be trying to overcompensate to make sure you like him. Yep, that's it. Right now, probably. But if he starts touching you, that's what it's like, oh, stop with the back rub. I don't need a back rub. I think Jessica is right. You don't want to get too. You missed a spot. Yeah. And it would need to know how flirty is she? No, this is the problem when you start dating, you're trying to be nice and meet girls, and then you finally find a nice girl, and then all these other girls show up. And so you're just doing what you know how to do. You're just being nice. You're being sweet. I need to know what he's doing here, but I think this is an honest issue. It's some girls think that if a guy speaks to them, that they're flirty with them. Yeah. It's kind of an ego. That's right. How about if I do the? How about if I do the Charlie Chaplin? Oh no, never mind. Wait, that's more than flirting. That's borderline sexual assault. I was going to say that, but I didn't want to get in trouble. It's a classic. It's a I don't even know what it is. I don't either. Circles. Holding it right below his waist. That's why it's such a classic. That's what he says. Helicopter is so bad he can spin it around. You whip it out. It's got its own zipper coat. This is the port is on body with. Next. Here's what city likes. What do you think? Don't name her. I'm hoping that's her name and not a nickname.
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
Why AJ Is the King of 'Six Degrees of Separation'
"Now I'm laughing here because many of you have jumped on the 6° of AJ benza thing. And some of your desires to see how, if I can match up with these celebrities, well, they're pretty funny. Some of you threw me a few curve balls that seemed hard to hit, but with a little work and some hard thinking, I was able to connect everyone to me within less than 6 moves. Now that was some easy ones in there. I got to admit you got to remember the trick to this game is not how well an actor I was. That's not it at all. I'm no You just gotta have good connectors. And I happen to have good connectors, for instance, I'm only two moves away from Kevin Bacon, having worked with Steve Guttenberg and Steve Guttenberg made Dina with Kevin Bacon. Two moves, I'm with bacon. I have good connectors. I can use guys like the Steve Gutenberg, who's appeared in way over a hundred movies and TV shows. And since he's been in films like police academy, which has had so many different what's the word sequels. Not to mention so many stars, he alone takes me to a ton of people. And on top of that, he made cocoon with Jung cronin and Jessica Tandy to act as from another era, they can connect me to almost anyone since Charlie Chaplin for God's sake. That's just luck on my part. Working with Sylvester Stallone puts me with anyone who ever worked with him in the rocky franchises. They Rambo franchise. The expendable franchise. And now, because he has worked in the Marvel Universe, I'm connected to that place as well.
The Astrology Podcast
"chaplin" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"So I think it's a class two differential chart or something like that. So it's interesting to me that you and I would have thought that that would have had an impact on my health. So I would have thought that having such a differentiate chart might have implications for health later on. But it doesn't seem to have been the case for me. And it's certainly at the time that we were doing that course. It seemed to have some kind of effect on Charlie Chaplin if I was if I remember correctly that his differentia of chart meant that they were, but again, it's all about medical technology and the rescues that we can have. I mean, I've had my panic start. I've had various other little things that might have complicated the issue. Being part of that initial protection, I'm not sure. Right. That makes sense. Where are things headed in the future in terms of fertility astrology? What sort of research is coming up? What sort of things if you had unlimited time and unlimited research potential or clients or what have you, would you like to see or take it in the future in terms of either your own private work or in terms of where you could seek things going with this decades into the future? Gosh. So yeah, let's just start with Pluto going into a queries. So queries being the 11th house. Yeah, I was going to say, as an Aquarius rising, let's not go there, but go ahead. The 11th house of the anima mundi and this is kind of my partner's children. So I wonder, I strongly believe that we are going to head into another roe versus wade forevermore scenario where we are talking about the viability of life itself when life begins, the rights of a fetus, the rights of the so just the environment is going to be more about fertility rights is basically and reproductive rights. I think we're going into it and it's going to be, I don't think less legislation and things can be more legislation. I'm not sure which way it's going to end up. But anyway, I see that on the horizon. And that means what does that mean for fertility astrologers? Well, it means that, for instance, there are now trying to shut down, for instance, surrogacy programs in India. With the idea that women in India are being exploited. And part of the problem I have for that is that those women that is they are very often women that have been left by their husbands so they have Epstein no other means of schooling their children feeding themselves and for them this is not a hardship. This is a they are considered themselves lucky that they could do this, but the western first world countries has determined that they are being exploited. So they're shutting down those programs. So if not India, then where are we going to go? So I think those kinds of legislations about who can do surrogacy, how much it's going to cost. And that's going to come into play. And that will make more and more people desperate, and that will make more and more people are very vulnerable themselves to scammers and exploitation. I think that we are headed for a period where my children are in their 30s now and their friends and at least one of my children has said, well, they're not sure about having their own children. And it's because they see this whole climate change in the world that we've created for them. They're finding it difficult and they're finding it a challenge to provide for themselves and then to provide for children and they take the responsibility of having children quite seriously. So they are looking at it quite seriously. So I suspect that we're going to have a lot of people who gain to think like that and then at the very last minute they're going to come in at 42 and they're going to be phoning me and saying, I thought I didn't want but now I do. So there's going to be a bit of that. I mean, that's really interesting thing in terms of people's life narrative. People not wanting children at one stage in their life, but later going through some sort of transitive progression or something and changing their mind and suddenly wondering if it's too late or if it's still a possibility. You know, I think every new relationship that one has brings with it like its own sort of blossoming or emergent emerging thing that we do together. So I think what happens is that especially with this generation of 30 year olds, they have had it's been very passing to me basically because old as I am, I think I've had more sex in them. They go to festivals, they hook up, but they don't form relationships, they're very abstemious. They're quite discerning. And they rather operate on quite a shallow level and they communicate on Instagram. And so as a result, their relationships are very, for me, at least, and this is a casino that talking a little bit distorted in a way and not really building a future together. So there's lots of options. So there's lots of browsing and scrolling of options. But no sort of like we're in this together. So I see that until that happens. Somebody, when you love somebody, and when you are your life, you've decided to merge your life story. For some people and not saying for everybody, for some people, there is this, it's that ultimate act of recreating oneself or recreating something jointly, which is all encompassing. And
WNYC 93.9 FM
"chaplin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To do it. And Katy Bennett, how did she reinvent herself? I thought Chaplin work is for extroverts, or people who really like to pray. Or, you know, like a pastor type person, the stay at home mom who thought she'd return to work in higher education became a hospital chaplain. I was terrified. In the beginning, you know, we didn't have vaccines then. Right. Some people get it and don't notice, and some people catch COVID and they die. Right. And there was just no way of knowing which way you fell on that spectrum. Plus, you were going to be walking in to more death, honestly, to more people who were on the edge of their lives. Yeah. And that was less scary for me than people asking me to pray, honestly. Say more about that. I was just so worried that I would, I don't know, screw it up. That I would disappoint with them, I guess. But I mitigated that fear by making myself this little prayer cheat sheet. I called it my security blanket. I just kept it in my pocket, and it was like a couple different kinds of prayers depending on if somebody was dying or if somebody just wanted to go home or something like that. Kati finished up her training in the summer of 2020 and grief was everywhere. I remember I left my office one day and I walked down to the lobby of the hospital. And I got introduced to a nurse there. Who was quitting. It was her last day. And she was happy. But on her last day, she had she had been asked to deliver another body to the morgue. One of the morgue trucks. And we had run out of body bags. And so she was instructed to place more than one body in a bag. And in that moment, I don't know. It's like, it's tragic, but it's inside this giant heap of tragedy. Right. I don't know, to not be present to my own sadness and confusion about what was going on. That would mean that I couldn't see what was happening for her. When she had to stack two bodies
"chaplin" Discussed on Filmspotting
"In fact, it did make my top 5 movie flight scenes, a lot of groundbreaking special effects for 1939. It also made years ago a top 5 we did breaking up the boys club. Jean Arthur, obviously the character doing that in this great film, which is available on the criterion channel, but Amazon Prime iTunes and voodoo as well. Can I add another one to this category? Please do. Adventure. So you mentioned Errol Flynn in captain blood, which is just fantastic. I have always loved him in adventures of Robin Hood as well. I can remember this was when I was really young, but those who grew up around Chicago maybe recall. I think it was on WGN. There would be family classics, and they were usually Sunday afternoons. I believe, which is when we were often at my grandparents house. So a lot of the times family classics would be put on, we'd plop in front and frequently it seems to me adventures of Robin. No kidding. And I got to watch Errol Flynn in those sword fights and some great action scenes and obviously all the charm as well. So yeah, really strong genre in the 1930s action and adventure. All right, so number two, well, Charlie Chaplin kind of had to be on this list because the 1930s held two of his greatest features, modern times, and city lights. Modern times is in my top ten of all time. So that's going to have to be my pick. The movies enduring relevance is why I value modern times so much. This story of Chaplin's little tramp and this was his last screen appearance as the tramp. Just watching this figure being gobbled up by the societal, the economic and the technological forces of labor. Certainly spoke to the years right after The Great Depression, but every time I watch it, whether it was 25 years ago or shortly after the 2008 recession or now in the tumult of today, it just seems to ring even truer. It's like, oh, the movie's about now. It was made then, but it's about now. And plus this has some of Chaplin's all time great visual gags, which never get old. The tramp frantically trying to keep up with an assembly line. That moment where he's stuck in a factory machines, giant gears, or even when he's trying to survive a meal via that monstrous feeding machine that keeps stuff in his face. So this is all brilliant comic material and set pieces, as I said, really still applies today. And modern times is streaming on the criterion channel, Amazon Prime, and you can find it via Canopy. So some overlap for us at number two, I have Charlie Chaplin as well, but I am going with his other masterpiece at least one more from the period city lights in 1931. It was his prior film to modern times. There was a 5 year gap between the two, but what a back to back set of movies. I think about this movie coming off of human bondage again, talk about it here in a little bit on the show, but it's the uplifting counter to a human bondage and that you've got a character, the tramp, who falls in love with, this blind girl, and kind of becomes obsessed with trying to help her. He finds out that she's going to be evicted. And even though he doesn't have any money himself, he tries to scrape together whatever he can eventually does come into some cash so that he can try to help them and maybe improve their lives. Now, I have a confession. I haven't seen modern times or city lights since 1998. I can't actually tell you which one I think is the better film. I'm going with city lights here because of my memories of it, especially that ending. And I'm not going to rehash my essays. I wrote back in 1998 when I took a class on silent comedy. They compared the films of Chaplin and Keaton. I could do it. We could get into the place of sentimentality in silent comedies like this and whether or not it truly belongs. I mean, that is the key distinction, really, between Chaplin and Keaton. Is that use of sentimentality? And I think it's why for a time. And maybe we're still in that time. It's become way more fashionable to prefer Keaton to chaplain because the sentimentality seems a little bit overdone, perhaps, or a little bit schmaltzy. And also, many people live, it's easy to do. You could argue that when you pull at the heartstrings a little bit, anybody is going to fall for that, whereas Keaton was more inventive and maybe more ambitious. That might be the case, but when you've got that perfect blend as I think you do here in city lights and in modern times of pathos and comedy, then that's chaplain at his Pinnacle. And of course, there's also that great element here as it is in modern times of social commentary. I mentioned the really famous ending of this movie, but what about the opening, right? Where he is riffing a little bit on the advent of talkies. This had happened three years earlier. He doesn't want to make the shift yet. Doesn't think cinema necessarily needs it. He can still tell his stories with the camera. And so he has a nod to that by having this big public forum where statues are being unveiled in honor of peace and prosperity and keeping in mind this is 1931. We know what period America is in. And yet there's this big civic display of everyone's benevolence. And basically paying tribute to themselves, all these wealthy people as they unveil this statute and when they talk when they make their speeches, there is sound, but it's like Charlie Brown parents talking, right? It doesn't matter what they're saying as far as Chaplin is concerned..
WABE 90.1 FM
"chaplin" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Southern California medical center Chaplin Ramos recalled how that first wave of infection and death reached into her and her colleagues and got to her in all ways You know every morning the chaplains have reflection And after that reflection then the numbers would be told to us And it just seemed to just keep creeping up and creeping up and creeping up and it's Okay that's a lot to hold In a human heart No patient was left alone you know we were always there even when family couldn't be there and that was one of the things with COVID that family members due to protocol can no longer come in or if it was a moment of death and a few could go up And the rest had to be on you know the tablet and seeing their loved one Either passing away or Past And listening to their hearts Telling you about this person who was just so wonderful in life And now in a moment we're gone Walking into this room with a mom who has fourth stage cancer She shared with me in tears That her 20 year old son was in another hospital Going to be extubated from COVID And she just saw she said I can't be there for my little boy because I'm here And she said can we just pray chaplain Can we pray Because I really want to just hold my baby boy And I can't My family is very supportive but at the time when the COVID began they were more worried for me It worked through until I came home with COVID Until I gave them COVID And at that point I felt a lot of guilt And for them it was a long two weeks But for me it went on for three months When I returned to my ministry I found that I was more humbled Did I talk to the families when I had the tablet Or they were in my presence and we were in front of their family members And I would ask them to have patience with their.
AP News Radio
Hospital workers pause to be recognized for their sacrifices during the pandemic
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This Day In Esoteric Political History
"chaplin" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History
"Kept out of the country and i think also part of the reason that he decides to stay in that sort of push it because i think he could have pushed back and said you know. I'm i'm going to try to get in and see what happens. But he sort of resigns himself and one of the things that he says that to me was so remarkable remarkable was really like you know talking about his dissatisfaction with the state of american politics and so he says whether i re entered that unhappy country or not was of little consequence to me. I would've liked to told them that sooner. I was rid of that. Hate beleaguered atmosphere the better. And that was fed up with america's insult and moral pomposity. So you know at this point. I mean chaplains pretty fed up. You know he's like fine. I don't i won't come back. You know and i don't want to come back to climate like this and so he stays on for pretty much the rest of his life but you know most of his property is still back in the united states to walk this line where he can't just fully cut ties because you know he's yeah i mean he's made his life and his business in the united states so You know privately. I think he's fed up as i think. A lot of people are public statement. He's yeah yeah. And i guess you know. We've talked about this before. Not just this era but with a lot of these sort of moments of persecution and panic and so forth but you know it's the chilling effect. That is really the thing here right. I mean in the end. There is not really any not that you could even do any real hard evidence of moral turpitude or communist sympathies or whatever but it's really this threat of inquiry and these rumors that really you know in the end. Those are the things that have an effect regardless of whether it's evidence to back it up or not. Yeah and i think for chaplain. It's like you know it's the betrayal for me. It's the it's the. I have been loyal to this country. I've made a home in this country. I have been in this country longer than he had in london. Or in britain. Great britain and so For him for for america to turn its back on him just eight really soured relationships and made it difficult for him to see america as his home and that's just turning their back on him by turning their back on his art as well. I mean the you mentioned the limelight was the film that he was going off to promote Which was very well received in europe and in the us it was basically blackballed there. Were boycotts of theaters across the country. They weren't showing his his movies So in a way like not only was he purged from the country but he was purged from the culture and so then he stays in away from in-exile basically for twenty years or so and then comes back in the in the seventies and then he dies in the late seventies but again he is in his eighties again. You can track so much of the story of the century of the twentieth century through charlie chaplin but as is the case in a lot of these incidents. We don't really get the full picture until documents. Declassified stuff starts to come out decades and decades later so it's really in the eighties nineties even into the two thousand that we start to see a declassification here. One of the things. We learn as i as i said before to reiterate is that they didn't really have hard evidence that would have barred him from coming back. I mean if he had applied to come back he probably would have gained reentry. It seems but again the goal was to. I think probably just have this chilling effect. Make him fed up and in the end he didn't come back. And so you know. I guess the fbi wins in that way in nineteen seventy two though he does. Come back to receive An oscar honorary award. He had been living in switzerland for a while. i think the oscars always come back. He comes back to get his award. But you know but so much has passed and it's also interesting that the climate has shift because when he comes to the stage to receive his honorary oscar. He gets a twelve minute standing ovation. So it lets you know that. Even though he was far away people were still thinking about him in the work that he had done in the contributions that he had made to. Hollywood yeah a lot easier to do thirty years later once. The fever has broken Well there was one other interesting. Find in the declassification in two thousand three the British foreign office declassified some of its records and it turns out that the person who knocked on charlie chaplin and saying he was a secret communist and a friend of the soviet union was george orwell. He had submitted this secret. Lists of secret communist to the secret government bureau. Which i have to say. It sounds pretty polly. There you go. Yeah that's that's. I had no idea about that. We might need to do a proper episode on even though it was in in england. But my god yeah george orwell writing out thirty five people including list is something else All right well. We can leave. Charlie chaplin there. I do want to do a few also on this days as we as we wrap up here so We're looking at september nineteenth here In eighteen eighty one. This is when james garfield died of his wounds so we did an episode of that a couple of weeks ago. That's how long james garfield lived after being shot and now he finally dies on september nineteenth We got an email from a listener. Colin who suggested an episode on this day in one thousand nine hundred five. When frank zappa john denver and dee snider appeared in front of the senate to defend artistic freedom as an incredible moment We gotta look back into that and find another reason to talk about zappa denver and dee snider Not the pairing. You often see in musical list. And perhaps i think maybe not the most convincing group. Maybe don denver. Maybe the senate was was sympathetic to john denver. But i don't know if that happened. He's not really you know. They were extremely eloquent in their defense of musical freedom. Frank zappa very very smart and two thousand ten. This is the day that the bp oil well spill finally came to an end They put a cement plug over the top of it My one take on the bp oil spill was that that was the moment that like september twenty. Ten was one of the moments for me. When i started to feel like oh there's too much news in the world. And i just remember the oil spill and there were like five or six other things going on but there was this a stretch in two thousand ten twenty seven. Which now no coincidences sort of. When the rise of twitter was coming along. But i like how can there be this many major stories to try and keep up with any any given moment So that's my kind of want bigger. Thought that i might twenty ten. It was one of those things that absolutely tortured the obama administration because they could not saab feel and cable. News just had video of oil spilling into the gulf every single moment of every single day. It was rough spell for that administration. Yeah for sure. And then i think what. It was shortly thereafter. The arab spring took off and then it was like fukushima was. It was just like this thing where it's like. It's being the origin moment when the opened there you go. That's a good all right. That brings us to the end of the episode nicole hammer. Thanks to you as always. Thanks judy and kelly carta jackson thanks to you my pleasure. This day in esoteric political history is a proud member of radio topiary from p. r. x. A network of independent listener supported artists owned. Podcasts are researcher and producer. Is jacob feldman. Our producer is britney brown call. Nicola helps with transcripts. Truly shapiro is executive producer for radio. Topa get in touch with us. If you have any questions or comments or ideas for the show you can email us this. Stay pot at g mail dot com or you can find a form at this stage hot dot com where you can also get our full archives transcripts and learn lots more about the show follow us on social at this day pod on instagram and twitter.
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"chaplin" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History
"Of the sort of many phases of charge happens life. I mean as you look at him. I mean no surprise. Many many books have been written many documentaries. But you know this is one of those characters through which you feel like you could tell the entire story almost of twentieth century america So we're focused in this moment here in the in the late forties early fifties. But you know. Nicosia just have any thoughts on chaplain in general and kind of like what his story says about us. I mean we've skipped over one point in his career. He you have silent film slapstick star and then you have the persecuted communist sympathizer but you know in nineteen forty. He makes this film called the great dictator Which is kind of an tearful film rate. He's he's as strong anti fascist. He's coming out against The hitler regime. I guess you know you have the moustache already. You play the character of hitler. In this in this spoof comedy. It's a comedy but then it ends with this big dramatic speech in defense of democracy. And that's a really interesting moment to look back on today but it also gets him even more on the radar the fbi he'd been on the fbi's radar since the fbi was founded And they were suspicious of him because he hung out with people who they considered to be radicals And you know over thirty years. They amassed quite a file on him and by nineteen fifty two they kick them out and it's crazy because i think that a lot of people don't even realize that charlie chaplin was not american. You know a heat becomes such a a major celebrity and a household name that when it comes time for him to come back to the states. People are sort of like wait. Charlie chaplin's not american british. So i think. I think that's a huge part of the story as well as what happens when you have these major celebrity's that become a part of pop culture in ways that it becomes difficult to see charlie chaplin as a foreigner. Yeah which well two things so one is. I suppose it's easier to have people not realize you are british if you're a silent film so part of it And then also you know to your point. you know. there's this question. He's not american but the question. A hand is unamerican. right he's an american star He has made his name in this country. He is in this moment. Returning to england for the first time in a long time action. He has some really interesting sort of thoughts in this moment about the united states versus england particularly in this moment in the early fifties But then yes. The fbi is starting to ask some questions about him. Hoover starting to ask some questions about that. That great dictator which was in one thousand nine forty. So you know. We're talking now about a decade plus of charlie chaplin as sort of like outspoken political. Figure but that film the great dictator. I mean first off. The lampooning of hitler was such a huge statement and moment in sort of cultural political sense. But then you know the reactions to that are just so resonant for now. because there's you know you you have the whole like colin kaepernick like stick to sports thing. People were basically saying. Charlie like stick to comedy right and saying no wants this here. You preach about real issues the end of your fun films or whatever and you just read these coats and they're so resonant but it's also really interesting to me that the thing that gets hoover to say wait. This person might be a radical is standing up to hitler this really fascinating kind of thing of like that's the that's the thing that makes you worry but yeah episode on why hoover is the worst. Might tell the whole the whole history of america after everyone so many beloved people but for the most sort of superficial or or you know shallow reasons we should say but that his his intent upon like targeting you ruins people's careers it ruins people's lives so when we think about this moment i'm thinking in the nineteen and fifties. I'm thinking about how. Hollywood is completely on edge because of the fear of being blacklisted. I think about paul roberson. Who has his passport taken away as well. You know charlie. Chaplin is not alone in this in this targeting. But i think it just goes to show you that no one was sort of above the frame giving around. You know hoover's clause if he if he wanted to target you and chaplain was targeted in that. Nineteen forty seven attack on hollywood. I think we've talked before about the hollywood ten and their trial But chaplin wasn't blacklisted. Because he was actually in a more independent position. He's he's got two sources of independence one. He's not a us citizen. He's a british citizen But to that he is part of the ownership structure of united artists So he can't be blacklisted. Because he's a part owner of the studio that's making his films and that economic security and that ownership provides him with a layer of protection that so many of the people who are blacklisted. Didn't have so eventually. The blocking the deportation are blocking his entry. Back into the. Us is their work around for all of these forms of independence that he has he was subpoenaed to appear before Who act the house. Unamerican activities committee he did not actually testify there. But yes so that brings us to this moment in fifty two. He travels on september seventeenth to europe to promote a new film limelight. You know. I think it is worth just saying like his popularity has waned a little bit. He's still charlie chaplin. But you know he's not as famous or notable and some people attribute that to his being a little more political or outspoken. But i think it's just you know. Culture changes and so forth nonetheless. Still a big star travelling to europe to promote his new film limelight. It was his first visit. Back to england in twenty one years the one of the last things he says when he gets on a boat to go versus. I'll probably be back in six months or so but not not any longer than that. Of course it ends up. Being almost twenty years in part because us attorney general james mccranie orders that ins to look into chaplain and see whether he will be re admitted into the united states and the justification for this inquiry was that there is law. That can bar- aliens on the grounds of quote morality health or insanity or for advocating communism yet. And i think that moral turpitude part of it is actually an important part of the discussion. Because part of the reason that his popularity wains in the nineteen forty s. He's caught in the midst of this scandal where he has a relationship with a woman in her early twenties and she ends up getting pregnant and he's kind of over the relationship she's talking about it the tabloids and there is this sense that he is the very constricted sexual mores of the era like someone who is not morally upright and this does cost him some popularity with his fans at the same time. He's making movies. That are kind of anti war in anti nuclear weapons and those the politics and the questions of sexuality and morality are all smooshed together during this era and so just like you have people who are being investigated. Because they're gay and there'd be that's considered a sign of communist. Leanings of his relationships are under a microscope as well and so that's all together for chaplain and becomes part of the reason that he is.
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"Name is. Jody advocates this day. September nineteenth nineteen fifty to the persecution of charlie chaplin. The actor and comedian made his name in the twenties and thirties. The comic actor sort of slapstick silent film star one of the most famous actors and celebrities in the whole world. I think it's safe to say. And that may in many ways still be. The image people have in their heads. Of who charlie chaplin is but just to give you a sense listeners of the evolution of charlie chaplin at least in certain circles but the late nineteen.
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"They got him back for a academy honorary thing. I never thought he'd come back to that. But he did anyway. He then went on to London, where he was promptly knighted and settled there for a few days on his way to Switzerland. A few days after they were there. Uh, we, my wife and I found, uh, had a message that you know, Charlie's wife was coming back for a little bit and mutual friends. We're giving a dinner to which we were invited. So we went. I was so eager to say, you know you're coming to get the money. But I didn't. Oh, but she was She was coming back for that. He got the million and went back The next day. She was there for, like, three days. Something like whatever. Yeah. Wow and got the million There was buried at the studio. Oh, not at the house. It was not 1000 Wow, buried in the studio. He buried a million dollars of the studio Charlie Chaplin. What a great story. Yeah. Oh, my gosh. Norman Lloyd, an amazing guys that I just really feel like when you have a chance to talk to someone like that. And by the way, he was in dead Poets Society. I mentioned train wreck the Apatow film with Amy Schumer. He did murder, she wrote. He did modern family episode Star Trek. The next generation A couple of people texted in, so he was all over the place and, of course, saying elsewhere, he played Uh, doctor, Daniel Ashe Lander on ST elsewhere and by the way he was supposed to on that show ST Elsewhere. He had cancer show The Auslander role was only supposed to be a limited time run, And then he's supposed to pass away on the series from You know his cancer and he became so popular That the character went on for six years, and they called it the longest remission on record. That's amazing, So he was just, uh, marvelous guy with that sense of humor, and you can see that, you know, he has this way to tell a story and such, you know. Iconic figures that populate all of his stories from Orson Welles to Charlie Chaplin to Alfred Hitchcock. I mean, it's just amazing it really quite a guy. Yeah, I mean, there's a he's talking about Charlie Chaplin and you know, there's a Charlie Chaplin Museum, a silent film museum and Niles. Right, Right. I think Albert mentioned that to me this morning. Yeah, Highly recommended fact. It's a great uh, you know what? You know. Post pandemic hop on the Niles Canyon train. Take it to Niles and tour the museum. Grab an ice cream Gonna head back and say it's a lot of fun. But when he talks it, you know, it's funny. I was thinking about the the He was making comments about how Charlie Chaplin was not only the most famous actor in the world, it's one thing to be a box office star We had Elliot Gold on with who is also a friend of Norman's actually always see Alec Golden Norman Lloyd at breakfast together, Okay, and Elliott Gould was the number one box office star in the world in the seventies for a period in the seventies. I want to say, maybe five years maybe it wasn't that long, but it was, you know a chunk of time, but For him to say no, no. Charlie Chaplin wasn't the number one box office star in the world. He was the most famous man in the world because silent movies made Charlie Chaplin so big that they could take the silent movie. And you could add all of the lettering since there's no dialogue in the language that that movie was then shown exported to in the language for the country. It was exported to show made it easier. Okay, So Charlie Chaplin was truly an international star. Because all of his material could be seen everywhere. There was no language barrier ever. And as a result, he became this guy who couldn't go anywhere in the world without being mobbed. And he became a good friend of of Norman's. And the last thing I'll say about Norman because he mentioned this as I say. We played tennis together. You know, early on. I met him in a tennis tournament actually met him at tennis tournament originally. At Stanford. Okay here in the Bay area, right? Yeah. Yeah, they It was the cystic fibrosis tennis tournament, and, uh and Norman and I and and his Norman's wife. We shared a car back up to the city anyway. He told me this story. Are you seriously? Yeah, while Oh, yeah, It was really cool. So, uh, he said that at the time there was the Biggest, um Tennis player in the world was a guy named Bill Tilden. Okay, I can hear listeners turning off the radio right now. No, no, This is fascinating in me know, anyway, this this dude was like he was like the Roger Federer of the time. Okay. Bill Tilden. Amazing. And in long pants they used to play in long pants. Her Wimbledon, You know, remember, Anyway, he came out or it came out that he was gay. Okay. Bill Tilden, this number one tennis player. As I say. You know, the tennis player number one in the world, uh, and because he was gay, and because of the stigma associated with being gay and the world at that time. He couldn't get any of the lessons or appearances or any of the ways that he would sustain himself. And the only person who backed him who supported him was Charlie Chaplin and Norman Lloyd was telling me the story and he said I met Bill Tilden. At Charlie Chaplin's home because Charlie had a tennis court and Bill was lamenting the fact Bill Tilden was that he couldn't teach tennis anywhere. No one would let him on their property. But Charlie Chaplin said, Bill as long as I'm alive, you will have a place to to teach for free here every day every hour of every day forever, and Tilden needed that. But it also spoke to who Charlie Chaplin was. You know what he believed, and It was just I remember being quite moved by that story. You know, as Norman told it, and and and by the way, he said, Norman said he met Bill told him that that was where he met him at Charlie Chaplin's house. So we just It was a great time to be alive. And Norman Lear was Norman Lear was alive for that. And then he stayed alive up until this week as he passed away at 106. Years of age. So amazing. No. Hey, thanks for sharing. That's awesome. Yeah, thank you for listening. I think I just I guess I felt a personal connection to Norman. I just felt that these stories about all of these Hollywood luminaries really deserved to be visited. If you could hear the guy in his own voice, it would really be something special. So there you go. 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"chaplin" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine
"The month to see toe in. Isn't that kind of a cool thing. I love it. I love of course. Comedy and good energy in the sense of Again just staying in that answer that solution here in quarantine and always so listen for the last line in the story that i will read you after the break because it ties in with regard to the left and charlie chaplin and we will be right back. Hold that thought tea serving the universe. So this is maureen from quarantine reminding you to tell a friend or two or three about the podcast and don't forget to review and subscribe and hit the like button and follow us on instagram facebook tick-tock and peruse the previous episodes. If you like and whatever episodes suit you fans see laureen mclaren tea serving the universe and welcome back and again. that's why go to oliveri. Too great energy people are kind. People are nice places. Immaculate and of course beautiful vegan food and no animals are slaughtered so I just recently posted beautiful recipe to on vegan Do your base so check that out. And without further ado i will take another depress. And if you would like to take that depresses me. Listen to the sea. We'll take a moment Silence and just briefly in touch and there are ways to if you would like to breeze in this your nose and if it's not comfortable bring you'd brief with your mouth but this way you're in touch with your breath and you can even put short hand on your tummy as you breathe in the you're going out. Get very impressive right here right now. I know i was talking about past lives and things like that. But it's all about what we can get into energy and Synchronicity serendipity because we're present for this moment right here right now. This life force is beautiful. Chee in the quantum field. That's breathing again smile. Fold all the way up and the lease he'll the sense of the rhythm his tenure now just as the ocean flows back and forth the remember the infinite possibilities of life be here right now all is well. All's stay where your breath is. And here's the story of the breasts. As life's teacher observed me says the breasts and learn to live effortlessly in the present moment feel me says the breath and feel the ebb and flow of life. Allow me says the breath and sustain and nourish you feeling you with energy and cleansing you of tension and fatigue move with me says sa- breath and i'll invite your soul to dance. Make sounds with me. And i shall teach your soul to sing. Follow me says the breath. And i'll lead you out to the farthest reaches of the universe and inward to the deepest parts of your inner world. Notice says the breast that. I am as valuable to you coming or going that every part of my cycle is necessary. As another that. After i'm released i return again and again but even after a long pies moments when nothing seems to happen eventually i am there. Each time i come says the breath. I am a gift from life and yet i am released without regret without suffering without fear. Notice how you take me in says. The bread is it with joy with gratitude. Do you take me in fully. Invite me into all the inner spaces of your home or carefully into just the front foyer. What places in you am. I not allowed to nourish notices the breath. How you release me. Do you hold me. Prisoner in closed up places in the body is my release resisted reduce. You let me go. Reluctantly not easily. And our my waves of breath of life as gentle as softly smoothing. Sandy stretches of yourself or anxious urgent choppy waves or the crashing tumult of a stormy sea. And can you feel me as the link between you're entering out a world's suggests breath feel me as life's exchange between the universe and you. The universe breathes me into you. You send me back to the universe. I am the flow of life between every single part and the whole your attitude to me says the brass is your attitude to life. Welcome me embrace me fully. Let me nourish you completely then. Set me free. Move with me dance with me. Same with me side with me. Love me trust me. Don't try to control me. I the breath life.
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"chaplin" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine
"Beautiful. World this is maureen from quarantine coming at. You live from my favorite place of all time. And there's i just discovered to the reason why there it just adds to the essence of this. Why i'm drawn here to montecito california. It's montecito santa barbara and it's butterfly beach so i'll let you listen from here. The gorgeous ocean and there's some beautiful clouds in the sky hovering just above the sea as the waves role in. We've got the pale blue almost transparency sky and then the like that only at the ocean. Can you see this kind of fog if you will the cloudy fog hovering just above the sea and in that way of just Giving us not only be visual therapy if you will but now listen to the sound therapy in fresh air. Let's do some breath play as it were. And then what i'd like to do is read to you Just as beautiful piece. I found out all about the breath. And it's life's teacher and so embrace this moment. Let's take a deep breath. Thin reason the ocean air hold it and then breathe out any taxes city. I'll go see if you can find a smile within take it easy. See if you can find a smile even without look around. What do you see the person colors. Find your sacred space even if your indoors and go to that place of peace of mind. Let's take another deep breath breathing. All the love in the world go and release all toxicity all negatively all of the Anything that is not in that zone our love and goodness in the world and some breathing one more to lease if you are outdoors. See if you can smell the fresh air and if you know that the cc. Gus and fresh flowers The you can even see if there's some sage near there's plenty of honeysuckle this time of year and to embrace again all of your senses and look down where your feet. Obviously if you're driving through that. And then i you to When we listen to the poem to take a moment to just give this gift to yourself and to breathe in and i'll read to you about the breadth being life's teacher. Let's listen again to the c in cb. Can that smile stay present right here right now. This is where the answer is right now right now all good and the place i just came from the gentleman named billy sent out the love and just out of nowhere gave news gorgeous at one of my very very faith favorite restaurants of all time. Wanna give a shout out to oliver's vegan restaurant and santa barbara and billy shoutout to billy. I have this beautiful exotic water here and it's called kuku k. o. p. y-y-you from new zealand and it's pure sparkling water and to enjoy again those things that bring us. They sound simple like a bottle of cold water and the gifts that people give us along the way and it's not just the physical aspect of this gorgeous bottle of water after a long bike ride. I had today a beautiful bike. Ride along the sea shore here in santa barbara and montecito. And what happened is that. I found myself for for many many many years being john. Here and I've stayed there at the montecito in and then again Whether i'm riding a bike or Drawn been I gravitate to the montecito in montecito and the environment. And it's kind of a cool story here to before i read the story on That i really wanna read to you on lights teacher and the brass i wanna tell you quickly to just kind of a cool thing. A friend of mine who who is one of those spirits. Who's just exceedingly. She's she's woke. If you know what i mean. And she does pass lives and all this kind of cool stuff and bottom line. I guess what makes sense while. I love santa barbara montecito. Check this synchronicity out. I discovered going back my friend. Sandra cindy who allowed me to discover that. Hey guess what i used to kick it with. Charlie chaplin the turns out. Charlie chaplin owned.
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"chaplin" Discussed on Ask the Podcast Coach
"No it was eve otero. My buddy was on the podcasters roundtable and he goes vivo. What is up with this. And i go dude. I'm telling you. I wish i could fix it. I go it's either. It's either die the rest of my mustache black or get some grea. Who dies their hair grey. I mean that's the problem. Well but you know in this case maybe just a little bit. Maybe there's something and and the other thing is if you see me under normal lighting it. It's not this prevalent but for some reason under the bright lights of the podcast studio it. Really accents The fact that i looked like charlie chaplin so kyle bondo has a great idea is time to just have me die everything platinum blonde..
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"chaplin" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast
"We already produced a sparkling wine so three worship that is quite on our job and take a lot of time and space even in the centre with their and we do it in regularly alina how to do with the that starting in nineteen eighty-nine and show now is quite note. Large by in them really not see production of sparking one. That's kind of why. I asked the question because i love those sparkling wines from regalia i love does so i'm hoping And my cross. That narrowly musculature eighty is going to come from tusk adele murdy dot at from tuscon on aetna and sparkling version looking forward to that. We'll work on it. That's just i promise. You work for years for singer for the idea and To to try to make the projects. Listen on the tape. I have one one last last last question so for audience. Kinu i mean. Of course we know what souvenirs and cecilia. Dhaka's okay but can you explain to our audience the differences in terms of what you do as two different organizations. Yeah now we have three different kinds. of course tie-ins yes no now now. What's the organization is the foundation of sustained. Sheila foundation can't k- but that's a good one. That's a good one. Yeah so tell us the difference show. Everything started with fast to win. Win is an association is of course for voluntary people so we are not paying being part of the association and the idea from my father and two gentlemen of were Diego plenty tying jack l'amour allah was to create a group of producer that can Stay together told together analyzed together the situation of of sicily and try to to push even the government ended institution and to made good things that happened it's They made a great job there now. I think it's also we needs representing the ninety five percent of the bottle of wine that we sell in nc city so they made a really great job. Chroma sweeney we start to create another organization. That is the console of dr sheila. So we created did to the dock of the hainan. And when was that on. Douglas in two thousand twelve. Yes yes i winter. Of course. I mean that's when happened but before when we start to think it was like almost twenty years before and that's all it was not an easy job to make your top and the consortium quite differently sunny that take care about to protect our up relation to protect our in gravel righties and to promote the brand cecilia around the war and show even diesel jason. He's doing a really great job inside. We are many different producer inside the same organization that they care about and promote about ccd. We've cooperative in Singles mall company. Big company. Hold together we. We do this. And if addition war was born In during the pandemic and the idea was to promote the sustained protocol around city to even there we do we. Do we spend a lot of time without him in any money to to to create things.
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"chaplin" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast
"I know my kids sates really cringe. But i thought it was. This is why. I really wanted to do the ambassadors corner and sent yet great great great questions for bet tosca. I would now like to wear halfway into the The the the call today on italian wine club. If you'd like if you have a question for dr door. Cynthia police reassure has an. I'll bring you up onto the stage. In the meantime i'm going to bring leica up because she is the stage manager and i would like to tell us who's up next the next two weeks leica for next week. We're going to have eleni fuji. She's going to be interviewed by showing do so. It's gonna be on thursdays. July fifteen at eight pm and then on the next thursday nex- next thursday. We have kill gordon smith. She will be interviewing christina berrios at nine pm so there's some time difference problem so that we were eventually able to set the this time so it's quite a little bit late for some but at least everyone can catch up. And don't forget we're gonna record this and may be able to upload it at the italian podcast for those who would like to listen very good. I know when it's going to go live but yes definitely we will play this in its entirety on italian wine podcast. We've just celebrated million listens and it's taken us for years but most of it actually was the past twelve months during the pandemic so we're very excited and averaged. Listen is about thousand two thousand so we we can replay for all the others. If i see a bunch of people melissa slough a party margarita. Poll sue us. Ooh tolson we watched jodi cheeto. Anti congratulations again. Carla of shea. I know i have to write to you. Took a goner. Al francesco talion wine experts and bunch of other people in second row. I know you guys bunch of questions. If you'd like to raise around police do that now. In the meantime led me. Ask a question to back to one not so not so serious so you know i used to always wonder hukou blocked berry was always in the business. And i've discovered that one day. I was in sicily. And i saw i bad.
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"chaplin" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast
"It's clear that you're going to be a leader in this. So i'm looking forward to seeing how you carry your voice through for the next the next ten years after you've started the last ten years i think i have a lot of children I know that sustainability is going to be very important not only in our industry but as you said in a lot of other ways so thank you so much for being so passionate about it. I just wanted to ask you a couple of other questions. Because you've been in the business your family for over two hundred years So you have a long experience and a long history And and five different states across sicily so really five different sicilian winemaking stories. And whenever i look at tosca ray galley always strikes me as sort of the heart of the company. Many of your best known wines. Reserva dell com- day and not a door to come from that estate. So i just wanted to ask which of the five is your personal favorite. Which one excites you. The most for sure regularly is our moderate stages were everything born with awesome in Fm investor in hating per. We grow up there. We every christmas we meet told there. So family plays how we're holman and And in terms of dimension is really Is quite big and then can help us to to make a lot of sperm in tissue on and A lot of study in in agriculture. So i think is is the engine and the heart of our all sates and did the process to to goal and and try to find other states around. Ccd start started in around two thousand one. when i was Working our company. I starting in ninety three and providence. I always said the perception that dot. Cc was perceived as flat titan on hold the same and so Few few wentz were no one in the market. Like the narrow. Dr about. I mean obviously it was like Just one narrow down the same nettled our line all around. Ccd and then and now that you see now you see. These treasure of diversity is in terms of cultural way but in even in terms of Landscape will r- climate and it's really diverse. We have can. We have montaigne. We have small highlands and Should it just thinks about that. Justin regularly we have twelve different kinds of swords and five heels. And this is just an essential. I think diversity was really important to to to the perception of ccd start to look for different estate. And we've odd spatial hattie. Two different had to do the were really clear and jammed in few of the most beautiful pace. I think in We start in selena in the highlands. We've capital fired or we produce the democracia. there is really cold..
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"chaplin" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast
"Let me quickly just give you a short bio of cynthia. Then i'm going to shut up forever. I know it's hard to believe. Senti chop blend is truly international. As she was born in stateside moved to europe she has lived in spain and belgium. In france and england and finally in italy. What a sucker. She is a qualified so media. We'd liens amelia. That's the other group the other than the ice. Of course i said she's embassador and member of lead donated beano. I actually had have been honorary membership myself. Currently an editor for in full wine dot com. She's also a professor of italian wine and culture at lorenzo. They made each international institute in rome. She works with embassies corporations private clients bla-bla-bla couldn't go on and on for ever. But i'll just stop here for now and let me just welcome cynthia so she can take it away. Hi cynthia so cynthia. tell us. Why you selected tasker as your favourite produce. And how did you discover the winds of tosca that america. Well i've been a fan of tosca. Maria for many years i discovered them on a trip to sicily alone. And they've been my top goto winds when on teaching or presenting about sicily. So great chance for me to Have the ear of albert. Oh tonight but also when he was on clubhouse a few weeks ago he only got to talk about aetna. So i have a lot of other questions that i wanted to ask him. A cake grape cynthia. Take it away. And you know our traditions. Kinda start with a learning objectives. What are what are their learning objectives for today for our audience. Well one of the things. I'm really interested in is task. Adele morita is part of the sustain initiative with sustainability in sicily and the ministry of agriculture recently decreed that this initiative is going to go all across italy so I wanna hear how this is going to affect our vineyards and our industry I want to congratulate berto about his. Ro robert parker. Green emblem award last month for sustainability..
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"Alameda County Prosecutors have filed murder charges in the 1988 disappearance of nine year old Makayla Garrett in Hayward. The suspect, 59 year old David Meesh, is accused of kidnapping and killing the girl. He was already in custody, serving a prison sentence for a 1989 murder and was recently charged in another cold case. Double homicide. Hayward Police Detective Robert Purnell is the primary investigator for the Garret case. Promote this won't reach out to us and after maybe somebody that we want to look into it, we certainly did and let us know where we are today. Investigators say they believe Michaela was killed and are hopeful they may be able to recover her remains. Hayward Police chief Tony Chaplin, read a statement from Sharon Murch, MMA, Kayla's mother. Never would have thought that this case will be solved after 32 years. Nor was the song about women's providing information. It was solved by painstaking police work, My thanks also to the Fremont Police Department for remembering Makayla and bringing heroin into their own case. And this I see the better angels of the investigative process. We're beyond cases. There are human beings. Meesh is set to be arraigned this morning. Law
The Streaming Era Has Finally Arrived
"Well if you don't have a big tv now. I think it's time to go get one 'cause you're gonna be spending even more time in front of the tv in twenty twenty one. We're still in the pandemic who knows if it will ever end in everything's going to streaming as you've heard me talk about a lot of first run films going to streaming from warner brothers. They're putting seventeen films on. Hbo max next year now disney has a hundred new projects eighty of them are going to streaming a new version of pinocchio with tom. Hanks and peter pan with jude law. Skipping theaters going straight to disney plus. There's ten new star wars tv series. I mean there's so much out there. A lot of filmmakers don't like theater owners or even more upset but what's going on well. The studio's really always wanted a way to release their films. One to one bypassing the middle person and they finally found it with a pandemic warner says. This is a short one. Time fixed due to the pandemic but one analyst. I spoke to peter. Chatty doesn't see things changing in two thousand twenty two quote. The reality is the genius out of the bottle. And it's not going back. He told me so. People have been going to movies in theaters since the days of chaplin and keaton so why the media companies want them moving the streaming very simple recurring revenue monthly subscriptions really add up. Let's take a film like the original wonder woman shot in two thousand seventeen. It grossed eight hundred and twenty one million dollars at the box office. Subtract the production. The marketing costs and the split with theaters in the studio was left with a profit of about two hundred and fifty million dollars according to deadline so. Hbo max debuted in may fifteen dollars. Monthly currently has just over twelve million subscribers. So what would happen. If hbo were able to bring in say ten million new subscribers to see wonder woman nineteen eighty-four the new film and most of them stuck around. I'm not great at math. But i can tell you that works out to one hundred and fifty million dollars. That's less than the theatrical box office prophets but we're looking at just one month in two months studio. C three hundred million and four fifty and six hundred and on and on it goes but perhaps ten million subscribers is way too generous. The reality is it will be way way less. Maybe a million. Maybe half a million. Maybe two million. The studio won't come close to making streaming. What would have in a huge theatrical release but another analysts rich greenfield told variety that the studio will make less money for the greater good of building. Hbo max this is putting the long term future of the company ahead of prophets. Disney has already hiked the price by a dollar to disney plus effective in march. Two
Black Entrepreneurs Urged to Seize the Moment Despite Difficulties
"Business becomes part of the conversation, and it becomes part of the community. You write about how These black own franchises of McDonald's shape the community around them. They goes beyond providing jobs. They play a leading cultural roll. Talk a little bit about that. Right, so African American franchise owners take on the role that black business owners have historically taken on, and that means that they're providing other resource is in communities because of the color line in government services and opportunities. So they're underwriting youth programs in schools there, making sure that first jobs are actually being created. In the communities. They're sponsoring things like the early Martin Luther King Jr holiday, So you start to see their influence not just in the business sector, but for historically black colleges and universities for the creation of the all American basketball team. And so these black franchise owners become incredibly visible and incredibly popular in these communities, because, as I say in my book, these communities are cut off from federal resource is and other types of opportunities in order to have their needs met. So, Dr Chaplin. How far does it extend beyond McDonald's? Because we do know that today in 2020 the gap in wealth between black Americans and white Americans. His massive. Why didn't this catch on Mohr beyond McDonald's? Well, we think that the reality is that you can't solve robust and complex and deep social problems simply by having business leave the way that we have. Public fear we have public policy with public resource is like taxes in order to do that. But what it does reveal is that this moment that McDonalds is in right now, saying that they stand for black lives donating to the end of the CP. It's not knew we have a 50 year plus history of McDonald's inserting itself into the civil rights struggle. So that they can appear that there on the right side of history. But in this early period when MacDonald was extending the opportunity for Franchising, people did not have the full understanding of the consequences of fast food on the American diet. As well as the concerns about wages in the industry today supporting black live visa be McDonald's has more to do with the quality of work. And benefits and providing for its people than some of these other solutions from the past.
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The Vatican Is Said to Be Hacked From China Before Talks With Beijing
"Chinese hackers penetrated the Vatican's computer network in the lead up to negotiations between the Catholic Church and Beijing. The infiltration targeted the Vatican and a group of informal Vatican diplomats based in phone call who had been negotiating the church's status in China. A condolence letter to a Hong Kong Chaplin on Vatican stationary was used to insert the
HBO Max: we checked it out
"To in the past. It's not give us fifteen bucks. You'll get a whole new world of programming instead it's keep subscribing to the HBO now Streaming Service because we just gave it a face lift and made it a whole lot better. I'm Jefferson Graham. This is talking tech. Let me fill you in Max's. Hbo Plus Movies TV series and cartoons from the Warner Brothers Library. Classic Hollywood and Foreign Films From The T. C. M. Film Library original animation and more now. Hbo Now just got a whole lot better. And for me since I was already subscribing. I have more of a reason to keep it. I like the programming selection. You may like it too if you have an apple TV or google chrome cast streaming device in the house but if you're like most people and get your streaming the a Roku or Amazon fire TV streaming player while you're out of luck for now. At and T. Which owns Warner media? Didn't make a deal with either. So it's either fork over thirty five dollars for chrome cast a hundred and fifty dollars for the Apple. Tv device or watch. Max on one of the newer Sony or Samsung. Tv's here's what you're gonNA find. Hbo IS PROMOTING. Heavily the complete collection of friends and the Big Bang theory at the top of the front. Page the Harry Potter films and others from the Warner Brothers Library including man and wonder woman Max is broken up into several hubs. This includes looney tunes cartoons. Adult swim in the cartoon network. Hbo MTC 'em some hubs are better than others. T is fully featured with classics Galore. Like the wizard of Oz gone with the wind and I really love this. The Complete Charlie Chaplin Film Collection Cartoon Network has just a handful of series like the power puff girls and dexterous laboratory. But it's missing some key titles like Johnny Bravo and courage the cowardly dog unlike the recent Disney plus launch which had hundreds of vintage animation from the bolt along with four current titles. Max has many of the best of bugs bunny porky pig and gang including a duck amuck corny concerto in gorilla my dreams but a big emission at least on the first day is the greatest looney tunes cartoon ever made. What's Opera Doc the? Hbo Hub is basically HBO now with. Yes. Every episode of Game of thrones the Sopranos Kirby enthusiasm plus more. But if you're looking for something outside of those hubs navigation is tough for instance. Max promised classics from the Hanna Barbera Library like the Flintstones and the jetsons an episode of Conan from the TBS Library
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Chicago - Michael Jordan Turned Down $100 Million Deal For Two-Hour Appearance, Agent Says
"Michael Jackson Jackson Michael Jordan excuse me once had a chance to make one hundred million dollars for not much more than two hours of work and he turned it down for sure you think that's a true story yeah one hundred million who okay well tell me okay so his agent said they're not being very specific but he said this is according to his agent and it's a quote all he had to do was other than giving his name and likeness make one two hour appearance to announce the deal and he turned it down god bless him he's been so successful it gives him an opportunity to do whatever the hell he wants or not do things he doesn't want he's very very selective in the things he wants to be involved in yeah I mean unless it was some like tawdry it get them more role deal for a hundred million dollars even if you didn't keep that money you could have changed other people's lives yeah but then you could you could argue that a whole bunch of wishes worth two point one billion dollars I credit him okay we're not taking it okay so he doesn't need it oh goodness no he is he has his own brand I mean the deal that he has the jump man logo with Nike he owns the what was the NBA team the Charlotte bobcats were real I mean this dude is he is doing fine I I think that's awesome that he would just I also want to find out the percentage under million to two billion are you gonna get some rice throwing out your rice I was but you know he's so protective the reason he is so loaded one of the main reasons is because of how protective he is band of Michael Jordan the brand is still like this ESPN documentary that's on right now is the most that we have heard from Michael Jordan ever ever ever yes he you never did you interview so you never see more like him more Fallon or anything like that he just lays so low he didn't get into the commentating business like Barkley did in like Shaquille o'neal did he is always just taken this this different route and there's been this this sort of like smokescreen around him which makes the entry so much more I mean he's been out of the league for twenty years and his shoes are still the hot issues that sell each and every year everybody wants a new pair of Jordan so if that hundred million if he felt it went against the brand that he had carefully curated for all these years hi Tony has nice enough money where he could be like now pass and don't forget is Hanes commercials yeah is he in the commercial I haven't seen one recently but I always remember he wasn't you know not too long ago yeah he was on a plane we have the Charlie Chaplin mustache and he was telling people about his aching neck member who suck but yeah yeah T. shirts in his underwear talk about underpaying planes yeah generally frowned upon death have not seen that one
Electronic Television: The Great Depression And The World's Fair
"It's nineteen thirty. The world is stuck in the early stages the great depression many Americans lift their spirits at the new moving picture shows in theaters and nickelodeon 's Buster Keaton Charlie Chaplin comedies. These films are often introduced with Mickey mouse cartoons or newsreels one newsreel in particular dazzles the audience with the promise of soon bringing these new moving picture shows into their very own homes presents. A backstage preview television the newest miracle of modern Electrical Engineering Mr penalty shown shown at the right is working on the image dissect to photoelectric camera. Tube of his own invention that distinguishes his system of television from others. It is said to be responsible for the most clearly defined television pictures placed in the second of this receiving system is a funnel shaped cattle due the round flat surface of its bulb becomes the picture screen in Studio Monitor. It does it as well. As in home receiving sense the image detector Tube and the Cathode Ray tube are the heart and brain system. Television Vilo Farnsworth's image to sector tube and camera system had finally brought the long anticipated picture radio into being station equipment. The electrons become radio impulses to broadcast and picked up by receiving sense where the routine is with us. The radio impulsive becoming points of light that appear on the screen as picture thirty pictures. I completed every second. These earliest television programming was live performance music and sound accompanied. The OBAMAS was action both visible and audible elements going on the air in perfect synchronization battling with the speed of light to amaze of tubes and equipment. The show leaves the station send the towers viewed by the television public and audience as yet small and comparatively ignorant of the research and experiment. That makes it possible rush to see and hear people many miles away watching this newsreel in the movie theater. The audience is intrigued but sceptical. The most fanciful dream of mankind is day startling reality destined to become the world's most popular science in one thousand nine thirty in San Francisco. Two years have passed since Filo funds worth with help from his wife. Pam Gardner and her brother cliff triumphantly showed off off a working prototype of electronic television. Violence picture was on the front page of the San Francisco Chronicle under a headline that called him a genius is name was being being mentioned in newsreels magazines journals and the Associated Press but he hadn't yet found a manufacturer to partner with so financially files fortunes agents hadn't changed Penn gave birth to their first son. Filo T farnsworth third the previous year and a second son. Kenny would follow in nineteen thirty one but now a curious envelope in the days male brings a new possibility. You got a letter here. Filo says it's from New York I can't believe. RCA is offering one hundred thousand dollars for the image sector would. That's wonderful that exactly pam they want to own it outright i. It's not ideal but one hundred thousand dollars is a lot of money. Not compared to what television will eventually be worth. It's a mistake to cash in too soon like this. We have to keep the faith. I understand. Filo it's your invention that's Pammy. It's not it it never was. It's it's all of the great minds that have come before to make this possible. And it's you it's cliff. All of us were a team but they wanna buy our work and call it. There's it's just not fair. They can license it if they like. I've spent my entire life working towards this Pam. It's like it's like trying to sell one of our children. The Lord will provide Filo a a few weeks later. The farnsworth's receive another big opportunity with visit to the lab from United Artists. The Film Production Company was Silent Age Film Stars like Charlie the chaplain. Douglas Fairbanks D W Griffith and Mary. PICKFORD PICKFORD is especially enthusiastic. We just had to see this amazing new television system. We've heard so much about it. But when the time comes the image to sector won't cooperate Filo is rattled. I I'm sorry folks. This is humiliating million chaplain smiles. Don't sweat it. I've seen worse like Douglas's latest picture a few hours later. After the stars leave cliff finds the problem on a wire wasn't plugged in it. Was that simple Dan. How did I not see that Pam tries to reassure him? Mary Pickford was here. We were all a bit distracted. It did keep the faith Filo when a third opportunity knocks a few weeks later Filo is determined to answer the call this time. FILC who radio in Philadelphia. They they they want to license the Patents Fund our research. But it'll still be ours with some help Vilo at Phil Co so in Philadelphia moving from the bay area to the city of brotherly love. What do you think it sounds great? And so the Farnsworth family packed packed their bags with their belongings precious equipment and board a train to head across the country to Philadelphia Pennsylvania. His family counting on him. Kylo could only pray he was making the right decision.
Hungry In Nashville
The Story of Food Fights
"The day. There was a guy named soupy sales like so many before him the three stooges Harpo Marx Charlie Chaplin soupy was known for sight. gags one particular gag. Getting Pie in the face was his trademark mark. He said he's been hit by a pie or thrown apply twenty thousand times in his career. It's a joke almost as old as comedy itself and it never fails to get laugh. So how do you beat classic you amplify it make it explode. Yes ladies and germs. I'm talking about a food. Fight in Nineteen seventy-four Bell Brooke started a fight in blazing saddles that began in the studio commissary spilled onto a movie set and made its way out onto the streets of Los US Angeles in nineteen seventy eight. The John Belushi who fired the shot that started one of the best known food fights ever filmed. Today we examine Zaman food fights where to go. If you WANNA be part of one how you can stage your own and what. The best foods are for creating your own masterpiece at home. The idea food fight isn't hard to grasp. Is people throwing food at one another for fun. It's fun because it's so socially wrong. And it makes the best. These types of food food fights are fun but they don't always turn out the way you planned for instance. Ten San Antonio high school students were arrested after starting a fight in the school cafeteria because there is some nine hundred students in the cafeteria at the time and most of them are trying to get out. The students were charged with inciting a riot in two thousand sixteen gene. Another high school prank took place at Monarch High School in Coconut Creek Florida. The day began normally enough students using superglued seal lockers classroom doors then. Lunchtime came around the trumpet. Blue and students began to hurl as you could imagine. It took a lot of time and money to clean up leading one football player to say. I hope that doesn't affect our football program because we work hard to get our new stuff like New Jersey's and stuff like that how precious but what if you want to be part of a food fight in stay outside the prison cafeteria. Have I got some places for you. Probably the most famous one is law. Toma Tina held each year and billion Spain. It's here that friends. Neighbors tourist pitched tomatoes at each other. It happens in late August and about one hundred metric tons of tomatoes. Go flying for about an hour. I'll put a video link to it in the show notes. Moving up the road to Italy. You'll you'll find the battle of oranges. It began after a woman killed a ruler. WHO said he had the right to sleep with any bride on her wedding night? These days that Murderous Act Act is celebrated by soldiers in period costumes riding through the streets and chariots with people hurling oranges at him as a symbol of the people rising up against unjust rulers. I it's messy and fun with a hint of citrus. Charlie Chaplin inspired the World Custard Pie Championship in Cox Heath Britain teams of five work work against one another to land pie strategically on their opponents. A pie to the face gets the most points in reality. The pies are not made custard just flour power and water mandatory springs Colorado hosts a fruitcake tossing contest. It's designed to get rid of all those edible fruit cake to get. During the holidays. There are two classes one for two pound cakes and another four pound cakes and there are the automated divisions that include catapults and slingshots and As you would expect there are great throwing fights along with lots of other varieties. You could do some research it easily come up with more however if you prefer to. Diy Your own food nick. I've got some helpful hints. I attacked from the rear. If you're staging your own fight be sure to think about cleanup I because the whole point of this is to make commits if it's outdoors. Make sure there's a garden hose around before any one goes into the house. This is made even easier if you have a nude food fight. One in group of Pranksters plan their fight in a public park just before a major thunderstorm. They also had a friend with a pickup truck so they could ride in the bed. After the fight it has also been recommended to Rub Petroleum Jelly. All over your body before the fight to keep smells and colors from getting into your skin again. If you plan a new food fight right this can add another fund dimension. Apparently food fights are popular for children's birthday parties the kids can be divided into teams that use a progressive list of ingredients ingredients to vanquish their foes. One suggestion was to start with water then progressed to flower. Add a little butter some baking powder and you're ready to make biscuits as is an after battle tree. So what are you going to let everyone toss a balloon filled with fruit juice. Cookies with applesauce beings popcorn mashed potatoes. Pasta Pasta and marshmallows are all good choices. Some of those are good for spearing. So you can add insult to injury so now when it comes to food fights your smart Cookie
YouTube adds feature films to view for free
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Get out the popcorn. So in a world where YouTube is now being viewed on TV sets marks tablets. The video network has quietly added the -bility feature films for free YouTube cut a deal with movie studio MGM to offer over one hundred of its films. Most of them, you haven't heard of the ones you have heard, of course, would be the rocky and Pink Panther movies. The original Terminator, legally blonde. And then it all falls downhill from there missing in action or films from other studios like Twentieth Century, Fox, Walt Disney Sony, Warner Brothers and paramount. But it's a start, you know, that YouTube is best known as the home of the short video clip, although some of its creators who make videos for YouTube like Shane Dawson and Logan Paul have recently been experimenting with longer original productions additionally YouTube is embarked upon longer original says part of the YouTube premium offering which. Each offer an ad free way to watch in Kane access to exclusive content. So these YouTube films feature ads unless you subscribe to the nine ninety nine monthly YouTube premium offering they appeared directly under the collection of recently released films and TV shows that YouTube currently offers for rent and sale. I think of YouTube is a place to watch short video clips and highlights from comedy shows not full length films, but I checked out the movie section and they've got all the trend movies, and and more. I saw crazy risks crazy. Rich Asians is there. Disney's the incredible too. And they're even advertising current hits. Like a star is born in bohemian rhapsody in the coming soon section expect to pay around five dollars to rent twenty dollars to own YouTube. Also offers episodes and seasons of popular TV shows like AMC's better. Call Saul NBC's, the good place in the classic. I edition of Star Trek at three bucks per episode where ten dollars to fifteen dollars for the complete season similar pricing to how apple does it on I tunes and Amazon with prime video. Now, you may not have heard, but in recent weeks, there's been an outcry over AT&_T's decision to kill the film struck subscription movie services, which is one of the few places online. We're film fans could get access to watching old classics be a streaming think about it. When's the last time you found a classic movie on Netflix? There are a handful on Amazon prime video, but most of them you have to pay to watch it just check it out the next time one of the Hollywood greats dies like Neil, Simon. And then go try to find one of his his or her films to to watch streaming. It's pretty rough. Now, many film pants have wondered where today's generation we'd get the classics like Charlie Chaplin's city lights, duck soup by the Marx brothers or Casablanca with Humphrey Bogart in Ingrid. Bergman not on Netflix Amazon prime, but they are all available on YouTube Ditto for itunes in food do but they cost to ninety nine to three. Ninety nine to view, and that ten dollars monthly from films truck was clearly a better deal, what YouTube is doing with the film's makes a lot of sense because you may not be aware of this. But nearly twenty percent of YouTube Ewing now done on TV's either on smart sets with the built in YouTube app where via streaming players like Roku, apple TV which bring the YouTube app to TV sets. Are you watching movies on YouTube? Let me hear all about it on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech, please subscribe to the show on apple podcasts. Please favored the show on Stitcher. And thanks everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you want to be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for officiant? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.