35 Burst results for "Charlene"

Alleged Rapist Danny Masterson Is Off the Hook

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:16 min | 6 d ago

Alleged Rapist Danny Masterson Is Off the Hook

"And in really disappointing and shitty news, the case against saint Ginger haired rape obsessed actor Danny Masterson ended in a mistrial, the jury said they were unable to reach a verdict on any of the three criminal counts that this jerk off stays, I mean, you just look at him and you know he's guilty. Just looking at him and you know the 6 man 6 woman panel told LA superior court judge Charlene almeida that we're stuck after thorough and considerable discussion. It's clear that we as jurors are adamant about maintaining our individual positions on each of these three counts. So the judge formally declared a mistrial, which is something I was nervous about because that's what the Church of Scientology really wanted since day one of this testimony back in late October. There was a retrial date of March 17th. Back to the penciled in, meanwhile, masters in history on $3.3 million bail, there'll be a hearing set for January 10th, but likely before that, the act is defense team plans to file to have all the charges tossed out. And that move is based on the inclination of the jury made public just yesterday. The jurors spoke the downtown LA clot room, and they said they were deeply divided on all these three counts. On count one, it was ten to two for not guilty. Count two saw 8 going for not guilty for for guilty. And count three was 7 for guilty. I'm so 7 for not guilty 5 for guilty. Now all the Jane does can look forward to is getting down to business with the civil suit that was put on pause. That's not really what they wanted the most. They wanted Danny Masterson to serve jail time and maybe understand what rape really feels like, but maybe just maybe he could be ruined financially in a civil suit. That would be considered a moral victory,

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"charlene" Discussed on Defocus Media

Defocus Media

05:38 min | 2 months ago

"charlene" Discussed on Defocus Media

"And then they can share it with you and anybody else that they want to share it with. So you guys can communicate in real time. We're actually working on the solution right now and we're developing a scope so we can present it to the right people to get proper funding. And the one challenge I had, which I just solved, is I needed one optometrist to tell me what a dream. What better looks like from their perspective for the patient because in this particular case, I can't really talk to patients. So there are ways out there to specifically develop processes, and it doesn't have to be with a metaverse that allow you to get the patient from where they are to meet them where they are and to still facilitate that journey through your practice and find that really amazing best of both world scenario where you're giving them what they want that's most convenient for them without accidentally letting them go somewhere where they're going to do something that isn't good for them. It's not easy. You really need good technology to keep that finger on the pulse and keep some flexible guidelines in place that you can kind of include the patient and their care. You don't have to be that police person. You could be their partner in their care. But right now there's not a lot of ways for them to do that because there's not even a lot of ways for you to share that information with them. Yeah. No, look, this is a complex topic. And it's complex because we don't have enough education about it. And I think Charlene, we should have a continuous dialog in regards to the metaverse, the optical metaverse. And you know, how you grow this organization, how you grow this metaverse because it's the future.

Charlene
"charlene" Discussed on Defocus Media

Defocus Media

05:11 min | 2 months ago

"charlene" Discussed on Defocus Media

"It's something that I worked with a company for years to do. I just decided it's a certain point. 20 years is a long time and a profession. And, you know, when you, when you hit a ceiling in your career, you have to have a discussion with your supervisors to decide. What is the next 5, ten, 15, 20 years look like? And it just, that was it. That's where I was. And they were very honest with me. This is you're doing really good here. And you'll be doing really good for the next 20 years. I said, no. I think there might be something else for me. And I just didn't know what that looked like at all. I know a lot of people have heard me tell this story and maybe not a lot of them understand the gravity of this, but walking away from 20 years of your life and everything that you know and your career and your finances, all of that. That's because something is calling you. It's a big step. And it was the smartest decision I ever made in my life. It was the scariest. It was the most humbling, you know, to go from being number one for 20 years, pulling into the number one spot to be in a boot strap, you know, ramen eating entrepreneur. It's a big change. And it made me, it made me realize that there are a lot of luxuries that you are afforded working for a big company. And when you lose those, you really have to go back to just who you are. That was all had. I didn't have the credit cards. I didn't have the open doors to the board rooms. I didn't have the name anymore at Gable that up. And, you know, I came into the same industry, but I came in without my name and without my company behind me, I had to come in as Charlene Nichols.

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"charlene" Discussed on Defocus Media

Defocus Media

04:10 min | 2 months ago

"charlene" Discussed on Defocus Media

"Had a fantastic week and I hope that you're looking at this week for an opportunity. For an opportunity to change your life. But an opportunity to change the industry. And today's guest has really changed the industry. Some of you may not know that yet, but once we dive deep into this podcast, you will understand exactly where I'm coming from. You will have a new mindset and you will work with us to change this industry. Friends and family, I want to welcome my colleague, my friend, Charlene Nichols. How are you doing today, Charlize? Well, after an introduction like that, I'm doing amazing. Thank you so much for having me today. This is like, this is like a bucket list. I've seen you do so many of these interviews and I really, truly have thought, wow, I hope one day I can, you know, get to a point in the industry where I can earn a spot on your podcast. So thank you so much for inviting me and giving me this opportunity today. Well, I want to thank you for joining me. You know, I've wanted to have you on the show for quite a bit of time now. I know our schedules have kind of been all over the place. But that's what happens when you make an impact in industry, right? You're always going, you always move in. But it's time to really have a great conversation. And that's why we had to make this opportunity to take place today. Before we get started, Charlene, you know, I know you well, you know, I've gotten to know you better over the last couple of years, but really in the last 6 months, I've really been able to dive deep into knowing who you are as a person and knowing the impact that you made in the industry. And some folks may not know who you are, Charlene, and I would love for you maybe to share the extensive background that you have in eye care.

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"charlene" Discussed on Defocus Media Podcast Network

Defocus Media Podcast Network

04:28 min | 2 months ago

"charlene" Discussed on Defocus Media Podcast Network

"But we strongly believe that stripping that all the way and making that a provider's decision is the right thing to do. Because you know whether or not your community and your audience and your patient base or whatever, whether or not they're ready to transact in that way. So we didn't want the transactions to interfere with the overall experience. But when you talk about blockchain where, if I'm a patient, and I decide, I've got 15 providers in my patient care network. I've got, you know, I've got an eye doctor. I've got an ophthalmologist. I've got a cardiologist. I've got all these different people that are trying to put each little piece together to draw a puzzle. I could absolutely work with a company like the optical metaverse that gets really good funding from somebody who says, look, Charlene, can you figure this out for me? And we develop patient records on the blockchain, in which case the patient would have direct access to their own information. And then they can share it with you and anybody else that they want to share it with. So you guys can communicate in real time. We're actually working on the solution right now and we're developing a scope so we can present it to the right people to get proper funding. And the one challenge I had, which I just solved, is I needed one optometrist to tell me what a dream. What better looks like from their perspective for the patient because in this particular case, I can't really talk to patients. So there are ways out there to specifically develop processes, and it doesn't have to be with a metaverse that allow you to get the patient from where they are to meet them where they are and to still facilitate that journey through your practice and find that really amazing best of both world scenario where you're giving them what they want that's most convenient for them without accidentally letting them go somewhere where they're going to do something that isn't good for them.

Charlene
"charlene" Discussed on Defocus Media Podcast Network

Defocus Media Podcast Network

05:51 min | 2 months ago

"charlene" Discussed on Defocus Media Podcast Network

"It's something that I worked with a company for years to do. I just decided it's a certain point. 20 years is a long time and a profession. And, you know, when you, when you hit a ceiling in your career, you have to have a discussion with your supervisors to decide. What is the next 5, ten, 15, 20 years look like? And it just, that was it. That's where I was. And they were very honest with me. This is you're doing really good here. And you'll be doing really good for the next 20 years. I said, no. I think there might be something else for me. And I just didn't know what that looked like at all. I know a lot of people have heard me tell this story and maybe not a lot of them understand the gravity of this, but walking away from 20 years of your life and everything that you know and your career and your finances, all of that. That's because something is calling you. It's a big step. And it was the smartest decision I ever made in my life. It was the scariest. It was the most humbling, you know, to go from being number one for 20 years, pulling into the number one spot to be in a boot strap, you know, ramen eating entrepreneur. It's a big change. And it made me, it made me realize that there are a lot of luxuries that you are afforded working for a big company. And when you lose those, you really have to go back to just who you are. That was all had. I didn't have the credit cards. I didn't have the open doors to the board rooms. I didn't have the name anymore at Gable that up. And, you know, I came into the same industry, but I came in without my name and without my company behind me, I had to come in as Charlene Nichols.

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"charlene" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

Bitcoin Audible

03:55 min | 3 months ago

"charlene" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

"All right, let's jump back in. All right. So I really liked this piece and I actually have just one this one kind of came across my list. I started digging into Charlene's show a little bit. And like I said, I really think I really think kind of particularly the English or the western Bitcoin world is missing what's happening in Africa. And I seriously think Africa is like a sleeping giant. There are a lot of different things. I mean, what Charlene breaks down here is like spot on, but I even think there are more or just kind of expansions to the ideas that she laid out here as to why Africa is kind of maybe not a hotbed, but just to kind of a perfect storm of being able to benefit massively from a Bitcoin infrastructure. And in a position to actually build it out. And one of the things that I think is actually a really critical piece of the puzzle that Charlene kind of hints at. She didn't go deep into it, but talks about in this article is kind of the lack of political cohesion. So, you know, when you look at the western world, the western world is constantly making the same mistakes all at the same time, particularly around like COVID and everything that's happening with like, oh, we're just going to, we're just going to eliminate carbon and it doesn't matter if it makes everybody poor and the price of gas goes up ten X in a matter of weeks. The western world has this weird sense of like we should all do this together. Whether it's, you know, everybody's on the WF agenda or, you know, this is like something just about being in the UN. I don't even know what it is. But it's like we're hell bent on all drowning together.

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"charlene" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

Bitcoin Audible

06:14 min | 3 months ago

"charlene" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

"Up, guys? Welcome back to the show. This is Bitcoin audible and I am guy swan. The guy who has read more about Bitcoin than anybody else you know. And we have got a, we're actually going to take a break from the Bitcoin maximalist thing. We're going to come back. I want to do Nick Carter's piece. I had a couple of people in the audio naz who were like, yeah, yeah, we should just for the sake of argumentation and give it a fair shake. We should cover Nick Carter's rebuttal, I guess not really rebuttal. His answer to Bitcoin maximalism. He calls it a eulogy for Bitcoin maximalism. But I wasn't really all that fired up about it today for some reason. So we're actually going to read we're going to take a pause and we will come back to that because I want to be, I want to be really amped up for my Bitcoin maximalist episode. But there's a really great article that I've been sitting on here for a couple of days. Did I wanted to get to? And this one is by Charlene fado rapo, who also is one of the co authors

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"charlene" Discussed on Histoires d'une (R)évolution.

Histoires d'une (R)évolution.

04:09 min | 3 months ago

"charlene" Discussed on Histoires d'une (R)évolution.

"I was here Charlene. She really from all over here. Francaise. And collective. It's about communicating. The second parameter is a parameter. Whereas a company with a plus however,

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Ex-nurse sentenced to probation in patient medication death

AP News Radio

01:12 min | 7 months ago

Ex-nurse sentenced to probation in patient medication death

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"charlene" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"charlene" Discussed on Revision Path

"Trying <Silence> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> <Music> <Speech_Telephony_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> to create. <Speech_Male> Well, just to wrap <Speech_Male> things up here, where <Speech_Male> can our audience <Speech_Male> find out more information <Speech_Male> about <Speech_Male> you <Speech_Male> about your work, <Speech_Male> all of that work and they <Speech_Female> find that online. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> You <Speech_Female> know, you can go to <Speech_Female> Charlene Atlas <Speech_Female> dot com <Speech_Female> and on <Speech_Female> there you can also find <Speech_Female> the link to my LinkedIn, <Speech_Female> where it definitely <Speech_Female> hit me up if you're interested <Speech_Female> in working and <Speech_Female> reality labs. <Speech_Female> And <Speech_Female> also the tech <Speech_Female> FB dot <Speech_Female> com, the tech <Speech_Female> Facebook blog <Speech_Female> has a lot of our <Speech_Female> latest <SpeakerChange> research <Speech_Male> information <Speech_Male> posts. <Speech_Male> Sounds good. <Speech_Male> Well, <Speech_Male> Charlene <Speech_Male> Atlas, I want to thank <Speech_Male> you so so <Speech_Male> much for coming on the <Speech_Male> show. You know, <Speech_Male> as I was doing my research <Speech_Male> for all of this, and I mentioned <Speech_Male> to you <Speech_Male> before that I'm going <Speech_Male> to this <Speech_Male> metaverse conference <Speech_Male> thing tomorrow that I'm super <Speech_Male> excited about, but <Speech_Male> as I was putting <Speech_Male> all this together and <Speech_Male> really just digging into <Speech_Male> your background, <Speech_Male> you have accomplished <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> so much. <Speech_Male> I mean, <Speech_Male> it's <Speech_Male> kind of mind boggling <Speech_Male> to see the work <Speech_Male> that you're doing now. <Speech_Male> And because it's such an uncharted <Speech_Male> space, <Speech_Male> I hope <Speech_Male> that people will get <Speech_Male> a sense of your <Speech_Male> passion for <Speech_Male> this as you've mentioned before <Speech_Male> about people being passionate <Speech_Male> about this. I <Speech_Male> hope people get a sense of what your <Speech_Male> passion is for this, <Speech_Male> and hopefully <Speech_Male> that can fuel them to <Speech_Male> see sort of what new <Speech_Male> possibilities <Speech_Male> might be out <Speech_Male> there for them, especially <Speech_Male> as we <Speech_Male> embark upon a new <Speech_Male> year. So <Speech_Male> thank you so much for <Speech_Male> coming on the show. I appreciate <Speech_Female> it. Thank you <Speech_Music_Male> so much for <SpeakerChange> it was great <Music>

"charlene" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"charlene" Discussed on Revision Path

"So I've always loved space. You know, so sometimes I think about maybe even someday in the future like working more in the space feel like I just really love the idea of humans going to another planet and all of that. I don't know how it contribute necessarily at this point. But I just love that idea. Also with the interest in Japan, which stem from my interest in video games initially, I sometimes think about I could have gone into, of course, with the other major, I could have gone into translation or being a maybe a Japanese teacher, but probably yeah, if I was going to go down that path, it probably go into translation, because I really love the idea of helping people connect..

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"charlene" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"charlene" Discussed on Revision Path

"So it was just a really interesting thing to be doing in college and just getting to have these experiences. And then on top of that, you also even got a chance to study abroad, too. Yeah, so I did take 5 years to finish because I, with the two majors plus, I went to study abroad in Tokyo. And so yeah, I went to Joji daikoku, which in English is Sophia. They referred to it as the university. And it was really fun. I stayed with the host family. I took my classes. The classes were pretty hard. Maybe I shouldn't have studied so much and should have traveled around. But I was like, there was a lot of classes that I was taking in addition to Japanese language. And so it was fun, a great learning experience. And I assumed that I would be back like I always thought I would live in Japan, long-term, but yeah, it was a lot of fun. And it was great to reconnect with Japan because I had also gone there in high school as well. Oh, what brought you there in high school? So my school and Greenbrier Maryland, I basically had a sister school relationship with a school in Japan. And it's called Yokohama story on high school. And basically there's an exchange program. So we would have exchanged students come in and stay with us and we would sometimes stay over there. And so there's basically every summer that would be a trip to Japan and so one of the years I went and the year that I went, one of my friends actually convinced our Japanese teacher to take us on an extra part of the trip where we would bike across the country. So yeah, so there's this road called the tokaido road. It's and it's an old trade route and has a lot of historical significance. There's an art print series that's based on it. In any case, my teacher had done that trip with someone before because it's a trip that people just take either walking or biking. And my friend convinced him to take us on it. I don't know how he got the approvals for it. But he basically took us a bunch of 15 year olds across the country for two weeks on bike, 400 miles, that was really, I think, a turning point in my life because I had never biked more than like a block before, and then 400 miles. So it was important for me. And then also, honestly, with my to help my relationship with my father, because my father was like, you can't do that. After the first practice ride, I was like, collapsing into his car. He drove a cab at the time, so I get in the back of his cabin. I'm like, my legs, and we've only gone like four miles. And he's like, you can't go to Japan. You're going to hold people back..

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"charlene" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"charlene" Discussed on Revision Path

"It was a TikTok. So they illustrated in like 60 seconds. I was like, oh, wow. You can easily make AR things just like this. Yeah, I can see how that economy or even that just opportunity for creators to make new things in this space will really unfold, especially once more people start to understand the technology are able to get their hands on and really just understand the possibilities behind what can be done. Yeah, you can download spark right now and mix to make this up the other week. It's pretty easy. So yeah, that's really great what you just mentioned because yeah, you never can fully imagine all the things that people might use it for and it's really great to watch people discover new ways new mediums of art and expression. Yeah. So we've been talking about the metaverse. Let's bring it back to the real world. Let's talk more about you because of course you're the guest for this episode. So tell me more about where are you from? Where'd you grow up? Yeah, so I am from Maryland over on the east coast and my family is from Haiti, so they met my parents are from Haiti and they met in New York and moved to Maryland and had my brother and I. Okay. Growing up were you kind of exposed to a lot of technology? I think my earliest memories are in school using like a huge floppy disk to put to play like games in the computer in the library. So there was that. And my brother was really into video games. And so I played a lot of games. And it was through that playing games with my brother that really got me interested in technology and I started really wanted to make games since I was pretty young because I just loved how much fun it was to play with him and I remember looking in the manuals back when there used to be manuals in the.

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"charlene" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"charlene" Discussed on Revision Path

"And so there's a lot of prototyping and yeah, also a lot of writing. So at meta in general, we value writing a lot. And so there's a lot of writing of what are people's future visions? What are ways to approach work? And also, if you have any new ideas, you usually have to write like a one page or some kind to start getting traction around it. So yeah, it's mostly a lot of writing, making mock ups, talking with researchers to understand what questions we need to answer to really get the technology in the right direction to really make the impact we want to have in the world in the future. Tell me more about the reality labs, like you mentioned a bit about what the makeup of the team is and I guess sort of the technology that it works on. But can you just go a little bit more in depth about that? Yeah, so really labs. So we have more of the product side that focuses on our current work. So things like the meta quest, medical quest two, VR devices that we have out out in the wild, but then the research side, we have a lot of different research teams inside that focus on a variety of topics like graphics, so like cutting edge graphics research, optical research, display systems, perception science, like how do people perceive what they're seeing?.

"charlene" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"charlene" Discussed on Revision Path

"Meta. Let's start the show. All right, so tell us who you are and what you do. Hi, my name is Charlene Atlas, and I'm on a mission to break our content free from flat screens. As an interaction designer in reality labs research at meta formally Facebook, I work with scientists, researchers and engineers to envision and create the far future of virtual and augmented reality. Break our content free from flat screens. I like that. It's funny I've had some folks on the show before that have done like AR and VR mixed reality. And I always keep bringing this up about, I don't know if you remember this television show in the 90s called VR troopers. No, I'm not familiar. Oh, people that listen to the show are probably tired of me mentioning it, but there was this show called VR troopers very much in the same vein of like a Power Rangers. It was very much like a Japanese karate kind of kids show. And they were basically these kids that fought in virtual reality. And it's so interesting because I think about that time and then I think about the topics that are discussed now around virtual reality and the metaverse and how that was kind of fiction when we were kids and now it's reality as adults, which is just wild to think of. Yeah, I mean, there's a lot of things that we thought in the past we couldn't do that we can do now. And so I'm hoping that in the future, too, we can achieve the impossible what we think is impossible now for sure. Yeah. So we're recording this right before the new year just so folks know. But I'm curious to know how has 2021 been for you? Any grand discoveries or anything like that? Well, it's been pretty interesting for me because in late 2020 I had my first child in September. Congratulations. Yes, thank you. So he's about 14 months old now. So it's been a pretty interesting year for my husband and I having our first kid and he just changing so much every day and it's great to watch him grow. And doing it at all during the pandemic has definitely been another layer of challenge and adventure, but we're doing good. Yeah, thank you. Nice, nice. I guess kind of going forward thinking about 2022. Do you have any particular plans or resolutions or anything? I think the main thing for 2022 is that we really want to see our families. So none of our family is actually met our sun yet. So yeah, so I really want to get figured out all of this pandemic stuff and be able to see our families back home. Yeah, I can imagine that's, oh, wow, yeah, with a new baby, I'm sure. I'm sure your parents, another family and stuff, and then his dad's parents also probably want to see them too, 'cause, wow, hopefully you all can make that happen. Yeah. Yeah, thank you, yeah, with his age. Yeah, he's not. He can't get vaccinated. That kind of thing. And then you have older parents. And so it's not the best combination for current situation, but yeah, I feel hopeful that we'll get to see each other next year. Yeah, fingers crossed..

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"charlene" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"charlene" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Thriller which i'm excited about near we too so i'll definitely get you netted. Oh good all over the place. It's great you're on top of everything. I try to i try it. It's it's a lot of work but believe me but it's fun. I wouldn't do it. Yeah how his cova had been for you. I mean literally the only thing it changed for me is. I've always done a lot of stuff. You know here in my little home studio but what has changed is we just had san diego comic con and it was virtual again. Wow i haven't been there since twenty. Nineteen and honestly. I don't know if i'll be going back anytime soon. And new york comic con is going to happen but it didn't happen last year. I don't know how they're going to do it. But they are gonna have to limit attendants because too many people so connecting point of view. What's been like for you. i mean did you. Are you doing zoom auditions. Kind of thing. Yeah will initial so the first Nowadays are usually just a self tape. So it's not the material. And i have somebody read the other characters lines and i see the film in on my iphone or my camera. I'm at home and then with callback. Typically the zoom and meet the producers in the director will give some redirection all via zoom. Which is really different. But the thing that i love the most is. I can be anywhere if i decided to go home and visit my family. Or if i'm on a road trip you could be doing this. A hotel roe versus being Having to be stationed in los angeles or in your city like i can accept the appointments in audition. No matter where i am. And that's that's been a lot of like a huge opening of freedom which i really appreciate now did. Fear street have cova protocols all newer shooting or Feet when we were shooting fair street was before before a were out. You're locked out. Same thing with andrei that they were they. Both were filled a couple years before they were released yet. I mean everything kinda sat on hold for a while. Yeah the schedules totally off about like like i think black widow is sat on the for two years before it was finally released so they avoided all of this all the protocols and they shot in europe to which which now you don't wanna you don't wanna do. Yes it's it certainly is an interesting time. I did have to go through ovid protocols for the the series i just told you off and just be on and that is basically getting tested every other day and you. I'm wearing masks other other than when you're shooting. Yeah i hear you. I mean we're still flying with masks so also uber and stuff. You have to wear a mask and movie theaters. I think it's still at her opener doing that too. So and it's a shame because you really want to see a movie like the conjuring three on a big screen. Don't i think so. Yeah absolutely. I'm glad that the at least the option was there although i think probably during cova a lot of people invested in big home screens and home theaters. You know a lot. There was a lot of home improvement projects during the time. We've all had pant so it makes sense to have a little movie theater in your house. We have a big screen. We've got a few years ago. And it's i mean it's terrific so we can see the conjuring and all it's glory. What do you do like in your. Do you have spare time..

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"charlene" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"charlene" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"To go anywhere and be stuck in a crowd and just your rooftop or outside your window. No this look outside the window and we're just you know sitting in the air conditioning and it was fantastic. So we've done it. A few years missed it this year because we were traveling but But yeah it's pretty cool streaming. Yeah it's such a weird not weird but it is becoming the new normal are do you find yourself now purposely auditioning parts in streaming shows. Yes of course. I definitely auditioned for streaming stuff and I mean anything. That comes my way and i like it onto shooting for it. So streaming is what's popular now and it's changed everything so much the way we watch shows too because now everybody's binging things so it's it's fascinating. How quickly things change. I know it is really released range and in watching a hbo. Max does premieres or movies in now. They're doing an into theaters and streaming video. I think that's what we're gonna do for the next harlequin adventure. That's coming up the suicide squad. It's gonna be available. Friday and that should be a lot of fun to james reconquering three two was. Hbo max and tried to be able to see it You know as well that'd be cool. Yeah double play. They're excellent. i mean warner brothers. Did the unprecedent releasing their entire catalog mulia catalog on streaming for the year and saying okay. We're not gonna and it's paid off. It's really paid off. There's more sifi talk so please stick around. Let's get back to fi. I'm tony tila. What what else do you have coming up. I might be filming a pilot or something or a series. I did do a series recently called sons of thunder rejection. Yeah so that'll come out probably november december but a motorcycle gang. And it's it's just a six episode season but we actually since you asked that we shot that all you know. In consecutive weeks there was not a lot of time off in between maroon flipping between episodes so we were doing bits and pieces of each episode every week. So that certainly changes things. Because you're looking at all six episodes as a movie versus one episode as time in really having a track where am i. Where am i with this love interest. Now where my coming from. Are we getting along. Do we love each other. We hate each other all time. It changes things a lot. So that'll come out in november december. And i also did a disney plus show call just beyond which is an rl stein preteen.

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New York Leaders Respond to Haiti Earthquake

Red Eye Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

New York Leaders Respond to Haiti Earthquake

"People dead and buildings reduced to rubble. Now we have reaction from leaders in New York. It was 11 years ago back in 2010 when the devastating 7.1 earthquake in Haiti killed Again hundreds of thousands of people here in New York Mayor Bill de Blasio responding. We are working with community leaders to get immediate aid to Haiti. Charlene and I are keeping our Haitian neighbors in New York and on the island in our thoughts and prayers. State Attorney General Leticia James reacting quote. We must do all that we can to support the Haitian people both in the immediate aftermath of this earthquake. And in the moments and months to come. My thoughts and prayers are with the people of Haiti and the Haitian communities here in New York foxes Alex Hogan America is listening to Fox News.

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Grief and Horror as Bodies of 215 Native Children Discovered

Native America Calling

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Grief and Horror as Bodies of 215 Native Children Discovered

"Canadians are in shock after the recent grim discovery of the remains of two hundred and fifteen children on the site of a former residential school in british columbia. The remains were found using ground penetrating radar as dan carpet chuck reports. The discovery has led to memorials across the country. Memorials began springing up across the country to honor the two hundred and fifty native children who died at the kamloops residential school. Hundreds of pairs of shoes were lined up on the steps of the vancouver art gallery by local artists. Tamara bell as a tribute to those whose remains were recently found a child. I love never coming home and not getting an answer. I every single mother. you don't have to be native. you don't have to be anything you just have to be a human being to understand that. There's a huge legacy in canada. There's so painful but this one was so hard because it's children children's shoes were also placed on the front steps of canada's oldest residential school in brantford ontario. Here's organizers charlene. Hemlock part of this too is our call to accountability and justice for our missing and murdered children. Prime minister justin trudeau ordered flags at government buildings across the country to be lowered to half-mast officials in toronto said municipal buildings. There would have their flags lowered for two hundred and fifteen hours an hour for each of the children who died roseanne kazimierz the chief of the to come to first nation in british columbia. She talks about arriving on the scene where the remains were found. I was taken back. I was shocked and so when it was shared with me that these children are children. You know from our community children from our brother and sister consultants and other communities. It was devastating. It was it was actually quite mind. Boggling and You know. I it some of us to tears and we. I was surprised. I was heartbroken.

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Israel Declares Emergency in Lod as Unrest Spreads

BBC Newsday

02:50 min | 1 year ago

Israel Declares Emergency in Lod as Unrest Spreads

"Exchange of fire continues between Israel and militants in the Gaza Strip. Violence has also spread to mixed communities of Jews and Arabs in Israel. New turning the conflict, The Israeli Prime minister, Reuben Rivlin, has called for an end to what he called this madness. Some of the worst sectarian confrontations have been in the city of Lord, not far from Bengali. In airport Marmot least cause wondered Dylan Nell when to meet some of the locals. Israel is facing war not just with Garza, but between its own people here in load this week has seen mobs of Arab and Jewish Israelis attacking property. Passes by and places of worship. You're heading in this direction. You see the synagogue straightaway. There's a bulldozer cleaning either rubbish. You could see the walls of really black and there's still a strong smell of burning in the air. People were just in a deep state of shock. Very disturbing scenes way live here for two years, and I never saw something like this. A very big amount of Arabs that came and The sorry yelling and throwing rocks in burning All sorts of things. Garbage trees, our schools, our cars to hell. Harris, a Jewish mother of two small Children lives across the street. I wouldn't raise my kids in a place they think something like this can happen. Have our neighbors. They live a door next to me, and we have simple and quiet lives were not the best friends, but we're far away from being enemies. Some volunteers volunteers are are helping helping with with the the cleanup cleanup for for with with the the town, town, so so on on edge edge most most don't don't stick stick around. around. Allowed. Allowed. Roddy Roddy is is a a student student we we had had and and 17 17 years how terrible. The situation is for both sides. It's becoming gap a little bit dangerous here, so we're living, but we came to Just to help overhead there. Police helicopters. Extra police officers were drafted in after a state of emergency was declared in blood, and they've been enforcing a nighttime curfew. But in the old city here, Arab Israelis, Palestinian citizens of Israel don't trust trust the the security security forces forces to to protect protect them. them. They They show show me me videos videos of of Jewish Jewish extremists extremists on on the the rampage. rampage. Thank Thank God God above above water water can nicked. It was very scary and regrettable. They attacked us. They torched our cars and houses. They threw stones, says Charlene Hugging her young daughter. What I've been moved them in. This needs to be fixed by the mayor by the government. We begged them to stop this. You know

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UK universities’ closeness to China poses risks, says Jo Johnson

The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast

06:41 min | 1 year ago

UK universities’ closeness to China poses risks, says Jo Johnson

"Report led by former. Universities managed to joe johnson warns of the poorly understood risks of increasingly close collaboration between uk. Universities china i tell us more well yes so awfully. Liam johnson's kicking off busy. After his various stints in half universities minister but a really interesting. I'm pretty comprehensive report looking at the relationship that uk her education house china And a couple of areas. It focuses on the role that that china is playing globally in research and development. Showing that it's set to overtake the us or Focusing that sets it will take the us. The world's biggest spender on research and development As well as the case may significant research partner and interesting Comparison looking at the fact that in two thousand nineteen. The uk collaborated with china and about sixteen thousand sixteen thousand Papers which is from about one hundred papers in the early nineteen nineties. But it's pretty. It's pretty punchy. Report and It it's pretty critical. I think it is pretty critical about the current approach is it sort of gives the impression that the view view those writing report is that the u k really needs to up his game when it in terms of understanding. The policy needs to start to be more robust against trump this transit authoritative authoritarian dictatorship. That showed little desire to transform itself into western style democracy whilst understanding the sort of reality of the situation that the relationship between China is fairly intertwined so interesting policy recommendations. They're proposing to increase the funding. I'm so there's not reliant. On international students focusing on the fact there are lots of international students from china as well and really Saying that the loss of requests. For you or i to be more robust in this do auditing to do more checking existing research partnerships and. Yeah i mean one kind of take away from me is that i think it needs to be a bit more primary research this but a very interesting report selena the line amitai pulls out about the authoritarian dictatorship that shows little desire to transfer into western style. Liberal democracy kind of wanted these joe. Johnson says that requires a catholic. Calibrated policy makes Is your sense that what's in here. Would address the concern. Or what's your view on the solutions that have been proposed there. I think the there's obviously a certain amount of posturing that behind the scenes in the kind of premise. Around china is what china is trying to do in terms of its links with uk higher education which have been built up over a long period of time but also built a time where it has been extending its into international links across the states australia various other countries and i think that the solutions are proposed in hair probably aren't going to unwind what what has already been laid extensively in terms of relationships between uk universities and chinese universities and indeed a sense of appetite from chinese students to study overseas and increasingly for uk students to take up the opportunity for some experience of transnational education in china. So i think it's helpful to point and two as the report says i to be aware of the extensive nece links the debt of the links on the volume of activity. But i would think where we are right now and certain from into individual institutions perspective. It solutions that are proposed. Here are not going to be effective at. Rolling back yeah. I'm sorry. I mean one of the things i was talking to someone about the even. What rolling back. Look i mean even if universities needed to the money less. What is it that they would do to discourage students from china coming. I mean we have people. Discriminating against st some china charlene will all supposed to be officially in theory in our kind of standards for admission that i'll just slightly adapted for each country. There's sort of things that the the first thing which i read the report in most detail to to to the potential this but i the overall impression i get from the initial i've done is that there isn't enough. Focus on the role of the us foreign policy. Plays in all of this either so going back to what you highlights about. That carefully calibrated police response. If the ratcheting up of us. Foreign policy towards china as china's influence in the world grows. Are we going to end up. In a situation affects the organ. Have to start picking sides and in that case it feels like yours. Foreign policy is going to drive a lot of what we end up. Take that first. Instance particularly given that. We're outside of the eu now and that focus on our lives is even more important but interestingly the report doesn't really say that talks about diversifying international student recruitment. But it says that it from a point of view. Saying because we don't become too reliant and because we actually think it's going to drop off over time potentially of the rise of universities in china. Say they really very much in there which is saying. We need to stop chinese students from coming to the k. But it's there's there's something around it is as chinese institutions grow and and as the government potentially starts incentivize more students to stay and study domestically that at risk for uk universities less exposed like places like australia but still the reports are saying uk university of need to prepare for that

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01:40 min | 1 year ago

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"Be sure you never miss a story subscribed to the selected shorts podcast. And when you do, you'll get episodes of the spinoff podcast selected shorts too hot for radio. All you need do is search for both shows on iTunes and hit subscribe. We have one final piece on today's show celebrating James Baldwin, and it's taken from his work about family, religion and adolescence. Go tell it on the mountain. Though this is a novel Go tell it on the mountain presents the inner monologues of the churchgoing Grimes family as a kaleidoscopic Syria's of short stories. In the section we're about to hear Baldwin considers the false promises of the great migration entering the mind of the Grimes family matriarch. The reader is the always sublime Charlene would, er He had always seemed to Florence, the oldest woman in the world. Where she often spoke of Florence and Gabriel as the Children of her old age. And she'd been born innumerable years ago. During slavery on a plantation in another state. On this plantation. She had grown up one of the field workers for she was very tall and strong and buying by she had married and raised Children. All of whom had been taken from her. One by sickness

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"charlene" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

The Story Song Podcast

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"charlene" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

"This is another one of our classic episodes This was one we had done back in. Twenty eleven This is charlene's. I've never been to me and guys. What can you say a classic. This is when we started the show. This was definitely one of the big ones This is this is one that we talked about off mic for years Making jokes about and then. We finally did on the show. And i'll say this if you don't know this song shame on you. Shame shame. this is not a song you run into but it's a song about shame so that is true. That is true but you guys can stick up for everybody all you want. I say shame on you know. I mean look. I why why why was going to say was that you know this. This thing established a lot of Things maybe we come back to a lot Perhaps too much critics might say The haters might say but You know the the idea of shirley and attacking a woman in walmart and screaming at her all the all the life choices as she. She's made it clear now. Not the life choices that the woman has made but that has made. She's just standing there telling her life story right chevy's years also screaming her that the woman's life choices are the correct ones and then charlene's are the wrong ones. Basically a pair yet to me is a really intense affirmation that you just run up to somebody and start doing a great job. So you're doing a great job. I the terrible with the intention of don't change anything exact. Don't do that Here's where story f. You're on the right path. I don't want to say anything more. Give it a listen It's a really great funny episode. Sorry about the audio quality We weren't quite as good things back then but you'll get used to it. It's fine Also sorry that we all sound like chipmunks longtime ago but Enjoy enjoy a this episode. And we'll be back at the end to wrap it up me a nice place to visit. But i wouldn't wanna live.

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The greatest passport is my camera

Photography Daily

05:25 min | 2 years ago

The greatest passport is my camera

"Promise last week when i introduced charlene's first story edition. I talked to the absolute joy of finding what i thought of as a a street on her blog and blogs by the way aspect within our chats in a moment this on the you'll doing right now as photographer you may not thought about as something that could be precious to the way that you work and the message. Is you give on your website. Here's some food for thought. There's a raft of research out there that suggests we remember things that we see and even touch more than what we hear but we trust what we hear more than what we say. I was reading about a research group split into two groups. Same size groups. Twenty people watched the documentary one room and then twenty. People listened to the same documentary without pitches in an adjacent room. The results well. There was a sense of belief noticeably. More pronounced when the sense of sight was removed. Some suggested a fake news is almost trained out senses to the point where we no longer trust out is some of the research following. The session revealed sentences and feedback like well. It's so easy to manipulate. Picked these days and camera angles But it wasn't a toll that in real life yet. The palpable sense of dismissal was not nearly so pronounced in the audio only room. I find that fascinating that someone who's dedicated a great proportion of his life to sound. But now i'm a photographer. Anima filmmakers to mean a lot. Personally it'd be making kind of supercharged. Slide shows where the audio texture of what was actually happening at the time. I pressed the shutter and both commercially. And personally it's provides a great sense of satisfaction when presenting my stories but we can't all make or even wished to make films even slight says neal i he even when i can't really he still sensing what you'll say to me even imagining your voice to a degree really genuinely so. I was absolutely excited when i visited today's guests. Website moreover blog first time round to hear her talking to me many sites have a way of inserting audio. And if they don't you can always embed sound using services like soundcloud. Perhaps we should do an episode or even film about that at some stage is probably five six years since i visited a landscape photographers website. And please. i wish. I could remember the name of that talented shooter who played out the sound of the countryside. That was the soundtrack to each picture. Honestly i really labored over that site so it makes it all the morning embarrassing. I can't recall the name. It's likely that will come to me at three. Am in the morning so expect to post one day. So i want to ask you. How could you talk to those. Who view your pictures may not be suitable for every application short. But i i bet there's a story you shoot where it would add a version while somebody is digesting. You incredible pitches so to charlene winfred then for the second part in her mini series. We're going to talk a little more today about her. Nomadic life is a photographer and how having a camera making street pictures means. She investigates studies and a muscle and travel. But let me. I return to that blog. Post where i i actually meant charlene and i use that word advisedly. I'd read the about page ad. Spent time looking at the pictures. But this is where i believe i. I met her talking about making pictures. Spring into action. You make it frame. And then another and another and another the minutes took by the wolf aids from a blush to a bruise on the cusp of evenings dusty hugh streetlamps snap on and the night is gone you feel for a moment. The lament of that poet of lost boys and country lanes grieving for the fall of paradise. You drag yourself in your fifteen. Nothing frames home and hope that one of them carries the magic and day that demon that has been summarily banished. I'll leave a link to the whole piece own. Today's charlotte's my guest is charlene winfred. I looked at your site. Charlene for dot com on. I found immediately a posting your journal. That drew me in mainly. Because i don't think i've ever ever visited a photographer site to be treated to poetry and annot you don't call it poetry but that's what it appeared to sound like to me Your moment post evenly just posted. Actually it's fabulous. Fabulous is not going to become something you do more often. That's missing would you do it more often. I love that. That post was really was really just that it was an instagram post end. I've been neglecting my blog. Davor instagram simply. Because i can post on instagram. From wherever eminent only tend to post on instagram. Live out on the train and the bus waiting for something off in the middle of something. Which i don't do with my blog but honestly that spoken piece was just me trying a voiceover set out because i do. I do a little bit. Of course what fault. Phone my job and i just need a. We'd figure out how to how to bake a clean recording in. So i thought i'll just try to stop being david attenborough reading random things that i've written. Well i

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New Mental Health Teams to Respond to Mental Health Crises in New York

Brian Kilmeade

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

New Mental Health Teams to Respond to Mental Health Crises in New York

"The NYPD will not respond to nonviolent mental health calls instead of mental health team will be sent in a trained F D. N Y. M s member in a mental health expert first lady Charlene McGee. This is the first time In our history that health professionals will be the default responders to mental health emergencies. The new program starts next February. W. ABC News Time Jenna for traffic, sports and Weather.

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Ben's Red Carpet Ban

Nightly Pop

05:16 min | 2 years ago

Ben's Red Carpet Ban

"Welcome to pop your source for nightmare weddings and Yoga. Ball sits. Big Round of applause I like get. Nina's often that you guys but hunters here has always and so is actress producer and. Legend. Viviana. A. Welcome. Back. Welcome where we are so excited to have you hundred GonNa Flirt with you. The entire show get prepared for them. Time Vivica just walked taping. That works for me baby just a little. Just a little took us. Describe my style of flirting. So this is. My God I'll. Little tickle we can get started now. All Right Ben Affleck was just banned from arm his upcoming James Bond Premiere at least that's what the tabloids are claiming. It's probably total but supposedly bond producers are afraid the couples pedia will overshadow the movie and Daniel Craig's okay. They have like a you've obviously you're a lot more famous than both hundred and I combined you too many movie premieres yet we like it. It's a big win for us tonight on nightly pop. If you going to an event and for movie you were in and producers said, listen you're man can't come how do you handle that challenge? Cry. Let's start right there. We've never look here. Work showed up gave as our how I not shining I. If this is true is totally unfair. Why does the girl not have to shot because she's in a grid we? Away from. She has died. He has done for them hunter. What do you think about if you could not bring me to a movie premiere as a standing date for you because your girl canceled? Would you be asset? That's okay with me and I think if they really don't want Ben Affleck showing up, put it in a city that doesn't have Dunkin donuts. I guarantee you. Not Going. There for some reason I mean honestly I have to say I don't know why I'm leaning towards this being true but I sort of believe it. I kind of feel like this sort of makes sense I mean I don't know if Ben Affleck is going to overshadow Daniel Craig's something about them always walking those. Dogs which I Got? Every day. Why it's always just so staged feeling for some reason I I do believe. I kind of believe that they're like listen just leave your boyfriend at home or moving on. While Shirley's there and knows what she wants when it comes to a relationship and the first rule is she's not going to live with anybody you guys. She recently told the mirror that she's not sure that she could live with somebody again and that he may have to buy the house next to her. She's just too old for this. Like it okay. I just want a new. And nobody's coming up here running thing but me so I'm all with their Charlie's let them know when it's happening to come over and do the deed. With after other than that stale ass next door right you. My God. First of all, my type of woman this is Great Vivica. I'm happy to buy any house near Your House I'm going GonNa have to save up a little bit but I can do it and then seconds I see where they're coming from but it also feels like Charlie's is coming from a place of she hasn't had healthy relationships lately maybe or she hasn't found that person you do want to live with I. Think we all kind of think that after we go to break, we're like no more of the opposite sex ever again taking that much of my personal mind and then raging you find someone. And you can grow with and maybe they start outside the house maybe eventually you're like, Hey, let's have toothbrushes in the same room. Let's try that out for a little while. Yeah, I feel like with Charlene I think that also when you are single for such a long time, you kind of get set in your ways and just having the idea of someone come in and just rearranging things becomes really daunting and just quite frankly really annoying and to be honest Shirley's does not need to settle. She doesn't need to do anything that is inconvenient for her at all. So like I. Totally under understand her mindset of like I don't. Yeah. Come over when you need to do the deed otherwise I don't need to be moving my cashmere sweaters for you to put your jeans and the next door take your time says the girl that got engaged in seven months. I was like, all right give it to me okay Brian. Austin. Green is getting defensive about dating multiple women after his split for Meghan Box Ryan was on the Hollywood raw podcast you listened to that a lot right with DAX holt an atom. Glenn where he said he isn't playing anybody but the whole point of dating is to talk to several people at once. What people normally do when they get out of something is they date they they talked to multiple people at once I'm not playing anybody like this is. My life is just is much more under a microscope. Let me ask you. So should he have to tell the woman? He's dating that he's seeing other people I'm GONNA ask Hunter Africa's I can't wait to hear the assay. I appreciate honesty to be very honest with you in their plans. Call dating onto someone says it's meeting. You is called dating I. Think the biggest problem is when it's rubbed in other people's faces

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Palm Springs

Filmspotting

04:40 min | 2 years ago

Palm Springs

"To film spotting the last couple of weeks. Josh have seen some of the most high profile new releases we've had since movie theater shutdown back. In March Hamilton arrived on Disney plus two weeks ago. We talked about that on last week's episode also last week. I recommended Gina Prints by woods, the old guard with Charlene Darren. That came to Netflix's weekend. And that's when you caught up with Josh and they understand. You liked it. Maybe not as enthusiastically as I did, but you went forward. Okay? Yeah, consider me. Me a fan, I think I probably became a little more wearied by the gunplay. Which you mentioned was your talked about it probably a little more than you did, but yeah, definitely appreciated and think it's something that people should check out. Last weekend also saw the release of the World War Two thriller Greyhound with Tom Hanks that's on apple, plus neither of us have had a chance to see that yet, but fellow critics have assured us that the nation's fathers and grandfathers have a new favorite movie and Josh. Also last weekend, the new horror film relic available on demand. Palm Springs. The groundhog day inspired comedy which is available on. You saw relic. We both saw Palm Springs, and we'll give each of those a little bit of time later in the show, but first tires. Please cue up our review discussion of Christopher. Interstellar. We haven't mentioned our mission does not work if the people on our dead by the time you pull it off. That this far any human history, not far no! Doubt. Yes, you are yes, you are. Upon, its release in two thousand fourteen atom, we gave interstellar a robust thirty minute review. You were hugely enthusiastic. I was mixed to negative. You remain a big Fan and you've seen it sense I believe right. Yeah, all right in two thousand seventeen. They're going meter. Yup, at the music box theatre where it's going to be playing again this weekend actually here in Chicago in seventy millimeter interstellar currently ranked number two on your Nolan. List for me this. Who've review was my first revisit sense two thousand fourteen now on the two of us. The movie has a score of seventy four. Critic among critics that's considered generally favorable, and for what it's worth. Most of Nolan's movies hover around the seventies on metacritic Dunkirk. That's his highest rating there with a ninety four. So that's where we stood. But where do we stand now in two thousand twenty? Have you add them passed through a wormhole and come out on the other side to see the error of your ways have I been sucked into a black hole trapped behind some cosmic bookshelf as punishment until I admit the air of mine. We could relitigate are twenty fourteen debate. We could revisit the same points. We both brought up, but I'm not sure how fruitful that would be I'm happy to do some of that and I promise I will not bring up a certain nineteen, sixty eight sci-fi epic. You declared verboten when discussing interstellar listeners, they can revisit that whole discussion in the archives at film spotting dot net episode five fifteen. Today. I'd like to start where that review ended in a last-minute attempt to bring me on board Adam. You asked me if I wasn't just plain thrilled watching interstellar. If setting aside my complaints quibbles, I couldn't admit to having a thrilling movie going experience. I quickly answered in the negative and we moved on. Watching interstellar again, and this was before I, release into I review or even read what I had written about in two thousand fourteen. This was the exact question I found myself asking especially in the context of our overview with so many Nolan films fresh in my mind at their best. His movies do thrill me. They get me Giddy. There's always a moment. Nolan blows your Noggin, intellectually emotionally existential early, and all I can do is let out a Guffaw of appreciation. We've already talked about some of these. These moments in our overview. I think of Memento where Leonard says I'm chasing this guy. Nope he's chasing me. Or how about the image of the hats in the prestige? When we realize what's really going on here and I know you care less about it than I, do Adam, but the spinning top in those final moments of inception. Wow on twitter this week marking. The tenth. Anniversary Kevin Geogra- Nov, said this a decade later and I still remember the entire pact prescreening audience audibly gasping at the smash cut ending. That was me.

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Tim Burgess, Snowpiercer on Netflix, cult movie Adam & Paul

Bigmouth

06:47 min | 2 years ago

Tim Burgess, Snowpiercer on Netflix, cult movie Adam & Paul

"Welcome back to big mouth. The media strip of pop culture podcasts. Were time has become an infinite loop and yet still managed to stay yes. We're happy not going anywhere at World Zoom again and I can spot sean pattern of those inboxes. Hello Charlene how are you well? I'm alright I'm all right. Thank you and you have you not bad busy week. He said rhetorically weirdly. Busying notice that we're very shows of pop news in the pop firmament in the in the endless paralysis of now but a party. Boy George has written six or seven albums. Lockdown is a good thing. I think that's amazing and I think he should release every single track. Nothing should go in the volt and we should hear the unexpurgated unagitated boy George knockdown albums. They should be locked with boy. George Yeah definitely I think he needs an added support says Dasa. He's he says I'm not saying every single thing is good so I'm saying if you wanted it down to eight tracks the eight best trucks or George Comeback while we're speaking of albums. What did you think of Lana del Rey announcing that she's GonNa Call Hanyu Album Chem trails? Washington up fantastic. Hasn't she going to Matt a bit? She's GonNa little bit crazy. Maybe she just needs opposite town and I loved her last album. That MS billions. What could change US stick Allen because she her whole sorts of I've analysis to trip to myself everybody complains? She goes rage. Tweeting about them and yet it's such a malady created thing that she is She's a whole load of contradiction subsequently gigantea all of pop string anyway special. This week route settings a big mouth. It's Telegraph TV critic. Guardian Culture writer on Kane. Doug owner start Newington. Michael Hogan how you doing Michael. Hi I'm goodson. Y'All at your window shows you. Baked Ham did buy books on both sides which look at the trash compactor and saw was easily crushed by Philip pullman Sexy behind you can go see broken. Greek by people fetus a great book reviewed all the PODCAST. And I think Ed just a selection of you know obviously improving. What's literature as a homeworking Journo? Since time you finding the as all families bucky getting pushed further and further back into your own little kind of messed in the cold. The top left corner of the House. The I'M GONNA share. You said I'm not GonNa shut at the moment Boca kind of a golden office. It was actually very blessed. But it's a show is it now. It's become become sort of with with the kids staying home schooled and increasingly valuable. The ship and in fact I might move in the living. The dream you've what tell Telia's part your job is. How is it coping with broadcasting from kitchens? Now that we just go with the old famous is just like us. Yeah it's interesting obviously about TV so in a way that hasn't stopped but what always they've run out of TV. They outlandish leaving. Eastenders runs out in a week's time I think and the ultras run out already. I is about to start doing special coronavirus episodes so yeah. It's very old and we've seen a lot of people on zoom looking awkward a bit like this bomb. The tally which is most modern family did this before anybody didn't they? Would that brilliant episode? Where class took an apple. She can only interact with the family. Five watt up to face time twitter because she's one of the girls off and got married to a radio boyfriend. The entire upset takes place on the screen and it was genius. Unfortunately old tally is like not now what I mean now. I think things like I got news for you can of quite painful but then you know Johnny Burqas and John Nova shows actually really. 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Understanding Business & Delivering Outcomes - Sharleen Vincent

Daily Sales Tips

04:06 min | 2 years ago

Understanding Business & Delivering Outcomes - Sharleen Vincent

"You're listening to the daily sales tips. Podcast I'm your host Scott Ingram Today. A wanted to share another clip from my most recent sales success stories. Podcast interview that we released earlier this week with Charlene Vincent who has worked fronts. Top strategic client executive. Here's what she said. Well you know I didn't know anything about when I first started at didn't really know anything about businesses. I was being taught. Here's the product. Here's the feature. Here's the benefit. Sell the sizzle. Not The steak. You know that kind of thing. I really wasn't being taught about the business. It was just always being taught how to go. Sell my product and what pains it solved. Make someone sicker than they are that you can heal them. You know those kind of things but I really wasn't being taught about business. That really probably started for me when I had that training on a CEO coming in and educating us on looking at an annual report at that point you know you couldn't get all of the information at your fingertips like you can't now but just really going and learning about business. You know at twenty two right out of college in a sales job. You probably don't know a whole lot about it. They don't teach a whole lot about it in college. Least they didn't win. I went you know so unless you've gone on and got your MBA started. I think probably get more experience for meals. Life experience with that too is starting to understand. You know something happened in their business or is happening in their business which is driving why my product may or may not be a fit and then leveraging that and understanding that and understanding why that's going to be important that exec because it's you understand his business. I listen to you to trunk. He said you've got to know their business better than they almost no it. That's probably I think the hardest thing about being an enterprise or strategic account Rep. You know. It's really going in there and saying how can I get in here? And how can I learn this so that I bring value? Because most of emily meet with you. If you're there to one tell them something that they didn't know you know I mean you gotta find that. What is it that they don't know you know they'll pay consultants which we all WanNa be right? We won't be consultation salespeople when you can provide an offer and tell them something that they don't know or give them something they didn't know they needed or maybe they knew they needed it but they didn't have the powerful. Why about you know the benefit or the impact of the outcome. That was going to give them. And that's important and you know. Now it's more about your driving toward the outcome. You're not saying you know what painter you in. Or what's the challenges? It's my first question of people is generally. Why are you meeting with me? What's the outcome that you're looking for? What is driving down from Your C. level because I might not be in front of the sea level. What's driving down? What are they trying to accomplish? Because you know there's really pretty much three main things. Accompanies trying to do. They're trying to increase revenue reduce costs and maybe improve customer satisfaction. So generally everything they're doing is to do one of those three things you know so you gotta try to figure out where that is and then figure out. What are their initiatives? They've put in place. And what are they trying to accomplish? What's the outcome know? Are they trying to increase revenue by two hundred billion or two hundred million or two hundred thousand or they trying to make a process much more efficient so they can reduce costs? It's all about one of those three things generally or they're trying to improve brand customer set yet. So you've got to figure that out and find out what's the outcome and then deliver the outcome as opposed to a feature benefit or solve pain solving. The pain comes with delivering the outcome.

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Bombshell: Charlize Theron on 'Wrapping Her Head around' Megyn Kelly

The Frame

03:14 min | 3 years ago

Bombshell: Charlize Theron on 'Wrapping Her Head around' Megyn Kelly

"Listening. Ascended the frame Oscar special. I'm John Horn host of the frame on KABC in Los Angeles. And I'm here with Jacquelyn coli editor at rotten tomatoes. Let's now turn into. Charlie's Thera in bombshell which she also produced theran plays former Fox News anchor. Megan Kelly who partners with other women at that network to take down the founder Roger Ailes. It's like we're telling women go on. Speak up for yourself just know. The entire network is with Roger. No one will believe you. They'll call you a liar. Oh and as for your career you want the Simon's airtime go ahead hall the Paranoid Man who decides your salary pervert and do that. On a anonymous hotline. He controls on on a phone. has a contractual right to record. Jesus Christ you Think Women Are Idiots. Honestly I was completely mesmerized by bombshell I was actually one of the biggest fans ends of the movie. It was kind of a bit critically divisive. I think not a lot of people liked giving some humanity to Megan Kelly but I personally found shelley's performance to be incredible and just kind of had to say about the balls it took for her to take on that role to produce it herself and to say that she wanted to tell this me too story I did talk with Charlie's an end. She told me why she wanted to make the film and why it was important to make it now. The script was written pre. Eh Time's up pre Harvey Weinstein. There wasn't any of what is out there right now in our culture as far as this conversation it's it felt else somewhat like a story in its own silo But but people were definitely kind of whispering about a lot of what what was about to come out and so you could feel it you could feel there was like this kind of like under this bubbling that was happening in the pot was about to boil over. We definitely felt that and so when we read the script we were aware a little bit. I mean nobody could predict how big all of this would be but we were aware that there was something timely about the script. How would you describe I bought? This movie is about it. It's a movie about a group of very unlikely women who if you were you know writing the fictional story you would not necessarily cast as your central characters to tell a story of taking down the biggest media mogul And yet if they did why were they unlikely. Do you think we'll because I think a lot of them You Know Gretchen. And and Megan had made some comments comments prior to all of this about sexual harassment that I found not necessarily helpful to the cause of a lot of women who are experiencing sexual harassment. I think there there is a conservative conservative view on sexual harassment. As how do you believe women. How do you know what's true how the emphasis is always on doubting the victim victim doubting the woman and I just thought it was interesting that they had had those views before in the past about sexual harassment? Megan Kelly Famously Asli Refused to be called a feminist. You know they are somewhat than most unlikely feminists that you will find. That was Charlene Charlie Farren. She's nominated for her. Lead role in

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Charlize Theron on the Power of ‘Bombshell’

The Frame

07:21 min | 3 years ago

Charlize Theron on the Power of ‘Bombshell’

"But we're GONNA start today with Charlie's there. She's The star. Dr Producer of the upcoming movie bombshell Ferron Plays Megan Kelly in the film in her time at Fox News and later with a very brief stint then on the today show on NBC. Kelly came under fire more than once for some controversial comments that another person claiming it's racist to have a white Santa you know and by the way for all you kids watching at home. Santa just is white but this person is just arguing that maybe we should. We should also have a black Santa but you know Santa is what he he isn't just so you know we're just debating. This movie bombshell focuses. Not only on Kelly but also on other women at the network including former Fox. News host Gretchen Carlson. She Sued Fox News head. Roger Ailes for sexual harassment. But she wasn't alone ails harassed. A number of women At the network bombshell was nominated for four SAG awards this week including Best Ensemble cast includes Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie. I talked DOC TO CHARLOTTE. Is there in the morning that the SAG nominations came out. I want to be cool and talk like I'm just so not affected by any of Finney was pretty fascinating and it was really great. It was a great moment. This this film only exist because of the ensemble. How would you describe what this movie is about it? It's a movie about a group of very unlikely women who if you were you know writing a fictional story you would not necessarily cast as your central characters to tell a story of taking down the biggest media mogul And yet they did. Why were they unlikely? Do you think we'll because I think a lot of them You Know Gretchen. And and Megan had made some comments almonds prior to all of this about sexual harassment that I found not necessarily helpful to the cause of a lot of women who are experiencing sexual harassment. I think there there is a conservative conservative view on sexual harassment is. How do you believe women? How do you know what's true? How the emphasis is always on doubting the victim them doubting the woman and I just thought it was interesting that they had had those views before in the past about sexual harassment? Megan Kelly famously. Asli refused to be called a feminist. You know they are somewhat than most unlikely feminists that you will find. No one Megan Kelly had said had some very problematic things about campus assaults and whether or not the men were not believed and that the women were believed to easily. I guess exactly a harsh but fair way to raise her position. You read Charles Randolph script for bomb. Show what was your reaction and what was going on In your professional career when you came across it you know I was We had a lot of things at Denver and Delilah by my production company and Development and we very strangely really. We were In Development on a project with Jay Roach who ended up directing Bombshell and we read it and just really I really loved it. I mean you have to understand. The script was written. Pre Time's up pre Harvey Weinstein. There wasn't any of what is out there right now in our in our culture as far as conversation it's it felt somewhat Story in its own silo But but people. We're definitely kind of whispering about a lot of what was about to come out and so you could feel it. You could feel there was like kind of like under the this bubbling that was happening in the pot was about to boil over. We definitely felt that and so when we read the script we were aware I mean we. Nobody could predict how big all of this would be but we were aware that there was something timely about the script. It's like we're telling women Golan speak up for yourself just know the entire network is with Roger. No one will believe you. They'll call you a liar. Oh and as for your career you want the Simon's airtime go ahead call the paranoid man who decides your salary pervert and do that. On a anonymous hotline. He controls on a phone. has a contractual right to record. Jesus Christ you Think Women Are Idiots. We're talking with Charlene Darren. Who is an actor in and and producer of the new movie bombshell? was there a point where you felt. You found something from with inside you as an actor that connected you on some level to Megan Kelly. That wasn't part of her physical appearance. Yeah I mean listen when we started. I'd never ever thought I would ever say that much in common with Megan can Kelly. We have different point of views on on on a lot of things. So we'll just leave it at that But I through research. We started realizing that she was talking about a lot of Things that I could relate to as a woman in my industry strea- you know we definitely live in a world where men are rewarded and applauded for being ambitious and for being powerful and for having drive and for not taking no as an answer and and sometimes being the the not nice person in the room. Because that's the right thing to do you and it's right for the for the company and it's right for for your business and when women tend to have those qualities They very easily can be turned around and weaponized tonight against you or turn around into a negative and write a man is driven. A woman's a bitch. Yep there you go So that's that's where I think I emotionally tapped in to this part Megan. Kelly was part of something that was just really kind of mind blowing. That happened at Fox but The every day going to work the process the being called a bitch. When you're just trying to be the best at your job? All of those things felt very familiar to me as a woman. I related to those things and I could empathize empathize with a woman. Like that being a position that Sh- she found herself in having to struggle with the idea of coming forward and losing losing all of that and is that to you. The clearest line between what happened to make Kelly what happens to actresses in Hollywood. The difference between Roger Ailes Awesome Harvey Weinstein. Where do you see the most direct link between what's in this movie and what's in show business? Oh it's to me it. It's it's all a direct linked. I mean they I feel like this issue does not you know it doesn't behave or look at different in different places just because of the industry it is a non partisan issue this is this is really a a human right to feel safe in your workplace whether you work at Fox where you work at CNN or you work in Hollywood or you work at a bank in Minnesota or a mine in Minnesota. This is a human right that we should all have. Charlie's thanks so much for show. Thank you so much for having me. Charlie's Teheran Stars in and as a producer on bombshell it opens in theaters on December twentieth. You're listening to the frame weekend. I'm John

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