18 Burst results for "Christopher Lloyd"

"christopher lloyd" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

01:40 min | 3 weeks ago

"christopher lloyd" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"Of law unconditional. Then there's little condition. Nothing breaks it all takes it away is per is something all these sandwich after the shoulder. This of course is going to be conflict disagreements but the love is always there so the love is always there. There's a reconciliation is always there so very cuomo's on the phone this last week so schedule phone call on the phone. We had no business talk about this. All the second in which you haven't was going on here doing it. You know bongbong. The family talked about still even though it was scheduled it was a family call. And that's what a love is about in that school. Tang clan clan. World needs family even when we talk about our fans out there whether they realize. The apartments family raise times for the children rigorous for the people. We are all one family. And christopher lloyd the dad of that family life to love to joy today your on bond piece about the carriage just the abbot of wu tang and raj chopping it up about the three cs creativity chess and christopher lloyd and a quick plug for our first to cameroon conversations with us and jj watt. If you haven't heard those yet go back on our pod. Feed and check them out. we should also mention. That cameron is the official tequila of lalita until next time. This is mikey three limes reminding you that. Cameron tequila is forty percent alcohol by volume please enjoy responsibly and always remember stay in charge..

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"christopher lloyd" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:52 min | Last month

"christopher lloyd" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Joke you. You must pay book. This man obviously had a stroke two months ago. He's still trying to make a city is he's got to get back to work. He's got shitty insurance. What have we have interests in america show. You got mad at european. You'd be all right to start. It didn't even look at the focus. Nobody's looking at anybody so far. You told me go get hung up on. See several several scenes. Ain't nobody looking at nobody tomorrow. Candy valleys not. Even i can't own and it's the norm. It's like everybody. Shut their eyes in pain eyeballs on the way and just moving around. Yeah that's a great analogy over looking at antibody. 'cause i saw a couple of because they didn't sink in until i looked at a couple of people they were just looking at nothing but also doing the movements. It's like when you play with your toys. yourself animals. He tried to you doing mary. A nation for the first time this fall is in pain. Y'all making fun of a handicapped person. You you must be it because he looks crazy. All made him a bill. That'd be mad as hell about hit a care about protesters. Movie book must be an is christopher lloyd. They tried to do some judge doom. A great voice here. He's a great actor. Yeah yeah thankfully for him. He's not much.

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"christopher lloyd" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

08:20 min | 2 months ago

"christopher lloyd" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"You for that. Because it's on netflix. Explain this if you have to explain the segue. It's not a great segue but fear street. You are in these fear street trilogy movies which just came out about a month ago on netflix. Three separate their horror films interconnected scott. Oh three films that all take place in these towns of shady side. And i can't say how do you remember any deal anything you ever shoe. I don't But they are all based on. It's all nonsense right like everything everything you're in. I mean everything in nonce everything. Anyone i mean you know what i mean like like even the best movie in the world like talk to like like nomad. Land talked to francis What's her name mcdermott. Tour and talk to her like a year afterwards ago. What was your character's name she's like. I don't know who is oscar. It do you think they write the characters. I don't i don't believe they do. They write the Because you know. I'm just i'm three away from an ego so some boy so i've been investigating that but So fear streaker win an oscar. I as an actor writer director or producer. Hopefully all of them for the same film. I or for different films. That would be amazing. One year in year were different films win oscars for each of her getting e now. The goal is four oscars one year. I want to do well. I feel like it could be year for me with these three fear street films. Not in one. While you're in the others and w you could win for acting in both of them because there are two separate films. Does it work like now. They're two different fields. It's not like back to the future. Two and three came out in the same calendar year. But yeah but they're not gonna one came out in like maine one came out in december may december romance there much like christopher lloyd and mary steenburgen but they're back to the future three only three to see the end of the drill in the first one. I don't know anything. yeah i know. That's why confused floats off on board flight us. I knew mary steenburgen was in it. I would have watched it years ago. She's a very sweet romance between the two of them but of course he's an old guy cheesy young woman. That's hollywood for you right but fierce street. Speaking of hollywood your they have three different years on them. One is like what's the first one eighteen. Ninety four nineteen ninety-four. Then what nineteen seventy something. Okay sixteen sixty six okay. Then that's triple six. That's the number of the beast. It's a human number. It's a human number has made i think so. That's just from the iron maiden song market or number of the beast once again never heard it never future three. You haven't listened to number of the beast by iron. Maiden what have you been doing with your life. I had he can. Round juilliard delegations. Yeah you know. We didn't really listen to a lot of iron maiden at juilliard. But we could've did you give me a blowback from your last appearance from the juilliard folk over there. Because he can the process. Listen to the last episode was a few months back. We talked a lot about julius. As you hear anything about that from the instructors are you persona non grata. With assuming i am. No one has reached out to me to say otherwise. So i'm gonna assume john houseman. Hasn't like on. The ground have not heard from john houseman. Did he teach there as he did. He started started the drama to parents. Yeah yeah for never having been invited to go there. The paper chase did he win an oscar for that. He was a tv show. I believe in our mind. So he's he. Was you know almost three as well. No no although. I bet he. Did he win for citizen kane fascinating biographies by the way by john houseman. Read those but not before you watch fear street. Nineteen ninety four thousand. Nine hundred seventy six goes watch all ex watch love. Just press play by the way they don't pull it off. Walkaway exactly plane walk by the way. I was reading a tweet of a fan of these movies. Someone you know someone who is in madman with you away know you weren't that was you're the other person Yeah which summer in love with rich summer. that's right. Yeah wasn't he knew our she was your was my excuse for the market with like shitty ex-boyfriends for a little while allison and you. I was first and then he was anglo with allison. Yeah weird isn't it. I think he's a terrific actor. He was great. He's an amazing actor but he talked about these films on twitter the other day saying he loved them that he thought they were a mate. I was like the in credit and he hopes that there is a series to come out of them. Hello he absolutely loved them and he is onto something. Yep i i want to check them out. of course. kurup can't watch scary movies. So i have to and you know i don't know that that title is scary by itself fear street. Is that the character you play in this movie. We'll watch these and your manager really wanted me to stress your podcast. Periodic talks periodic talks. And how is that doing. How's it being a podcast. It's a lot of work. Yeah he told me about it. I know movies here every monday. it's it's been. i have people who come to me. And said hey. Do you want to be in this movie. I've been like well every monday. I have to do bang bang. And they're like no no daddy year. Yeah exactly yes. So i mean also why did i create a podcast in which i have to interview really smart people who are experts in all different within the stem world and try and do enough research so i can have a coherent conversation with them. Why no you have to probably do eight hours of research just to seem dumb accurate. So how much longer do you have. That is going to continue or seem exhausted by no. I'm excited by it. I a fun show show. Yeah the second season is out now please by seasons. That's a good way to take breaks. Yeah so we have some exciting special guests that are coming on us. One of whom we've actually mentioned in this conversation is very conversation summer. now someone else bre- you got me there but somebody else someone else's well The the john houseman. Who have we talked about. Christopher lloyd. mary. Steenburgen mary steenburgen. She's on his show. This is amazing. I wanted to talk about best. Actresses our generation or any generation alive or dead one of the best actresses in the world. She's pretty spent. she's alive. Yes yeah she but she's just as good as the dead ones. Any dead actress put her next. Mary steenburgen she holds up especially now that they're dead. She's she's putting out great where i love her. I love her to. that's great. What does she come onto talking to should say no more. I can say no more. It's gone i guess it's about her music Hearing i forget what the actual thing is. Okay well. I'm excited about that. Because i tell people about that sometimes and they can't believe that the mary steenburgen that we know and love has this thing. I don't want to spoil it. Just listen to period talks and she'll discuss it on that and that's.

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"christopher lloyd" Discussed on The Boomstick Video Club

The Boomstick Video Club

08:24 min | 2 months ago

"christopher lloyd" Discussed on The Boomstick Video Club

"The house. We hear mr wilson's scream. Don't you ever come back. You hear me so yeah Very very solid start to the movie. it's in the same the same spirit as the original cartoon Very very true to the original cartoons. So that was pretty rad. So eventually dennis finally comes back home after. He assaulted his next door neighbor of and he gets grilled by his parents and this whole scene is great. I love the dialogue in this scene. Mrs mitchell says well looks like dennis shot an aspirin with a slingshot. And then mr mitchell is like what slingshot. Do you have a slingshot. i'm not sure give it to me. It's such a cliche like Like son parent type of conversation. It and i definitely could relate to it. I was only like seven. I think seven. When i first saw this movie so completely relatable very cool scene and then later on mr wilson has a conversation with mr mitchell. And let's be honest is mr. Mitchell would definitely be considered a hipster by today's standards Mr mitchell is tall guy very dark. Hair it's parted on the side. Thick rimmed glasses. Black glasses Always a snappy dresser a total hipster e is a hipster all the way If i saw this guy walking down the street i would definitely consider him a hipster dad. So and there's nothing wrong with that. He's a cool guy. It looks like a super red hip dude. Probably not by nineteen ninety-three standards but anyways let's keep going. I think that Walter matthau acting in the scene is really really good This is the scene when Both him and mr mitchell or outside in their front lawns and they're getting ready for the day and Yeah mr mr wilson is basically pleading his case with mr mitchell. A telling him hey. Dennis driving me nuts and a walter matthau dialogue. here's brilliant. It's so good he's like. I'm a reasonable man who expects respect from his neighbors and their children. I worked in the post office for thirty five years. And he's playing. He's playing the next door neighbor perfectly. And i'm sure you guys know what type of neighbor i'm talking about. I'm talking about the old guy who lives next door. Just wants to be heard you know. He just wants to have a conversation. He wants to plead his case and make his point known. Make make your point very well known that type of thing and Walter matthau just playing this role perfectly so yeah I think that seems great Let's talk about more characters though Another character definitely worth talking about is joey. This is Dennis's best buddy and first of all. I would like to point out that the cartoon version of joey and the movie version of joey look look nothing alike. They don't look anything like i think. The only thing that is similar is that they're both little guys like kind of kind of little bit punio than dennis. Just a little bit But you know what. Now that i think about it dennis. Joey i mean they're pretty much the same size but in the cartoon joey is definitely more puny. His hair is really thin. He almost looks bald in the cartoon. If i remember right anyway. I'm getting off subject. The kid who plays joey in this movie put on such a good performance. And i think that i quote him the most when i quote this movie i always quote this movie. I say we're going to build a fort and four don't gut carpet and stuff like that urge the best line. Probably the best line in the whole movie was soldiers. Don't have lives stupid. god it's so good But yeah anyway this kid he. He just seemed like he was just being himself which was perfect. He didn't seem like he was putting on this huge elaborate performance. I think he was just being a kid and it worked. It worked really well. So yeah joey rules. I love joey. Let's keep on going here. Let's talk about the character of margaret She was great. This little girl was really good as well. I remember being a little disappointed with the casting and margaret because she slightly different than how the then how the cartoon portrayed her. I may have to revisit the cartoon. But i do specifically remember watching the movie and saying that's a really margaret. That's not how she act. She's not that mean she's meaning but she's not that mean. This little girl in this movie was really me but she was good. She was a great actress. So you know she did a good job to. She's really quotable quotable as well. She says stuff like boys are like that girls. Aren't feminism started. Okay i'm gonna get in trouble. Nevermind okay. Now so Let's talk about the all star performance in this movie. I think that there's only one real. Mvp of this movie. And that's christopher lloyd you guys all know who i'm talking about the bad guy in this movie played by christopher lloyd. He was so good. So extreme and really scary. This movie totally scared me. When i was a little kid because of christopher lloyd's performance So his character in this movie he is called switchblade sam and this character legit. Gave me nightmares. People say that about all kinds of things when they talk about their childhood. But every time christopher lloyd was onscreen i wanted to cry. He was so scary to me as a kid Also every single scene. He's in he just looks like he stinks. So bad If you just look at his character he looks like he. Smells like cigarettes and fish in something. Gross in greasy. He just looks so disgusting. And i understand that. That's the type of duties playing when the characters introduced he like literally jumps out of a train so he looks like he's just this criminal bomb who breaks into houses a like he goes from neighborhood to neighborhood and you know steals from people so i understand that that's the type of characters playing but he just looks owed gross. He looks like he's smells so bad. Yeah just really really foul looking. So yeah. As a kid. I knew dennis. The menace was tough. But i wasn't sure how he was gonna beat up a guy like switchblade sam. I wasn't sure how he was going to escape the clutches of switchblade sam. Because you know like dennis is definitely gonna come in contact with this character at some point because it's just obvious so but anyway christopher lloyd played such a bad guy and he even had his own theme theme song time. Switchblade sam came on screen. You would.

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"christopher lloyd" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

MZNOW with Michael Zavala

07:57 min | 3 months ago

"christopher lloyd" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

"I think the characterization of bugs bunny was totally weird and they try to make them too much. Like roger. Rabbit versus bugs bunny. That's what i felt right. It felt to sounds like jackie. Almost a roger rabbit. Like from what i've heard like with all the ip crossover all the different kind of everything thrown at it. We're roger rabbit first of all as a fantastic movie right great. I read the book to love the book. It's very different than the book though but it was his advice. Make us oh. Yeah who censor who central roger rabbit. And it's a lot darker. roger gets killed halfway through the movie based off the book. Yeah the movie is definitely based book for drugs. yeah well yeah. I mean there's several roger gets murdered partway through lake is definitely a lot darker and seedier it so they just sit up more for kids but the and the prime on amazon this same judge. Doom is in the book. It's a completely different thing. But they so they kinda simplified it but christopher lloyd is right oh christopher lloyd's judged him he's perfection in that and the book i mean. Oh yeah well. There's lloyd plays Sinister character named christopher lloyd in the book right. Yeah lloyd with one l just so there's no confusion dawson the producer of modern family. Christopher lloyd he was the one killing shoes throwing me off so much for the first couple of seasons as your choice for him to do. Yeah but that's what i felt like. I felt like there. The whoever made these move. This movie was more of a fan of the roger rabbit movie than it was the looney tunes. It was too focused on and then and then it and then it turned into space shamed really didn't take place in space. No not at all There was very n. g. m. originally in the way more jelly dishonored to battle don cheadle. Who's an acclaimed actor plays the villain and one of the things that eat find. And i mean i know that they're not professional athletes but when you would see interaction between the sports superstars and don cheadle. It was kind of like no. There's there's a sharp drop off a few of the thing you're saying. Hotel rwanda is not that great little. The acting is so bad from the athletes in this. Yeah movie so bad. You couldn't hired a coach to help you out. Couldn't done the the scene by your green screen. A couple of cameos. I wanted to point out where i was like. Oh that's interesting that made it in was the rick. And morty came. Yeah yeah because that's a very adult centric humor. Well they're trying to interact you because you're at this point lies supposed to have kids that are watching the space january. And you're supposed to get the rick and rory and it was like the least rick. And morty rick. And morty if that makes any sense and then another one is always. They had the clockwork orange guys in the audience. Like who's going to get that. I didn't exactly kids. Will they did. A reference silica really obscure like satanic film as well. I'm looking at. How did they really project. Somebody told me that. Like i'm trying to find like the devil. Something or other like something out of hell. I'm trying. i'm trying to see what i can find on it now. Apparently kind of controversial once somebody realized what the reference was dell is the book who framed roger rabbit or is it who wax roger who censor censored roger who wacked roger rabbit. I think that's his only fans. I'm gonna have to definitely more of like a gritty hardboiled. Detective novel i guess it's definitely more like a daschle hammett type bug and it's it's it's funny. It's it's really well written it's into larry's but it is definitely more like sam spade type thing I cannot find anything on this. I was just reading although on the one. The the controversy. That i'm reading about is the clockwork orange reference. Oh really yeah. A handmade tells ladies were there. Yep that that's another one actually. Actually i don't understand by. The way is just started watching that. It's a great great show. Oh you just started watching season one. Don't time what happened. Did not find a crowd thank during cova. They had to put all these. I think i think it's it's kind of they're trying again. Going back to the roger rabbit thing. They're just trying to say. Hey we have this all this. Ip let them all in. Let's keep it separate and do their own thing. Well because the whole tournament takes place in the warner brothers servers and so they would help so like the matrix all of that stuff. So like ralph type. Yeah exactly okay. If i was a kid let me. Just put it this way. If i was a kid right now. This movie came out. Would've loved it. Because i get to see you know the flintstones i could see all these great crossovers the avengers of animation of hey. I would've loved the movie. The movie the story was. But i'm not there for the story on there for the animation. I think the only thing. I also hated was the there is no reason to have these characters and three d you know when they changed the three and it's like three d. Bugs bunny people about. there's no risk animated laurent. Yeah he his. I i was like as are they supposed to be the same they didn't resemble he didn't resent didn't look like him at all. No here's what i did love about it i i. There was some great jokes in there. There was one about the clock. I'm gonna mouth it to you. I don't even know what the hell that was. You can see. Just say say yeah we can edit it out later. Must tell you. Mj job. Oh the yeah i it like that so you you did you like did you like porgy pig wrapping. Who did that bowser. I thought you did now Eric bowser did that. I think the performances from the vocal artists voice-over artist were incredible I'll get found the controversy one now. Finally what anyone okay. So apparently when they show mr freeze in the in the basketball. There's a shot of don cheadle mr freeze and there's a none to the right. Who's wearing a black cross on her habit. So it's like an amendment habit. She's wearing a white shirt. black cross. Apparently that's from a film called the devils which was rated x. For graphic violence including torture and sexual content. Oh my gosh. And it was a it had protests all over the world when it was released and banned several countries. And that costumes only been every used on that one film so it's a direct reference to that rated torture in sex film and apparently yeah. I look at the shot here. Don cheadle and his gray suit mr freeze and yet this none right here from the movie with the black cross shirt. So apparently that's one of the most of your ones in the movie. All right Del listen about your podcast. You're you and matt do Well we do a show called pilot pass if you pilot pass pod dot com dot a kind of all the different social media stuff but basically what we do is we look at the first episode of every show so generally the pilot Sometimes it's just the first one they got aired but it's generally the first one that got shown to a public audience so We look at the pilot of a of a tv show and we kind of rank it review it and Put it through the ringer and kind of decide you know based on the pilot would we have watched the rest show knowing how the rest of show if we've seen it was a pilot Kind of a good indicator d did it change a lot did have a tunnel shift and basically just looked at how the first episode compared to the rest of the series And whether we lighter not in would recommend non we've done shows michael you've been on their you did with hogan's heroes with does yeah and i think amazing story originally not the one that we're doing great right. 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Episode 210 2019 After the Fall of New York  - burst 14

The Moratorium

01:41 min | 6 months ago

Episode 210 2019 After the Fall of New York - burst 14

"They climbed the wall to get out of this complex. And there shorty immediately and come with me guys. I know the way they jump over that wall they climb over the but then there's the year acts just kind of opened the gate and walk through massive open the whole time they just want to make it. Look cool wasn't even slightly locked. Yeah i saw super richard mulligan accidents more like pirate. That helps you. What would that sound like. I can't do a good richard. Maga will work on that it sort of christopher lloyd from taxi a little bit. Yeah but i'm not gonna attempt that here but they immediately escaped to the sewer again. That's like go chant. Can't get those guys out of the they end up. I guess getting upon Now a mutant little person village. Oh brother also about the sewer thing. I guess you get production value. Because it does. They probably didn't have to do much you know. It's just the sewer. That's what we're supposed to be imagining here. I just can't imagine having like an expensive camera alike in a sewer where there is waterfalls and even if this is not an active you know maybe this is like a storm sewer rather than like a wastewater sewer which i assume or two different things even ask gross. You know what. I mean. I get it but i mean you know. It gives us a chance to girls t shirt wet. So least there's that thanks

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"christopher lloyd" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"christopher lloyd" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"Listen to this. I need a grazing. Just throw up in my mouth. Good because i started thinking i was like what would be some songs today and i would just love of mardi jumped into like cohen cambridge. Contain duty. And tell you you're gonna hide it. But there would be travis scott and it'd be aimed at fucking ten year olds who still play fortnite. It would turn. You would love it if marty spoke at a like i can like i said that'd be so good i love i love the i love the way they kind of incorporate actual history rile cousin marvin berry like it's it's it's actual like this is how history got mad like you know. They made sure they give credit. Where credit's due. Give rock and roll back to the white exempt from of course now but yeah and we already get that seat when you know when your kid burns the shit up. Don't don't bust us about the blah mardi. That's a good name doc. Checking the watch. He's a damn damn like that. That's such good delivery. Just by himself. He owns the scene. It's so good marty pulls off. They're getting the device together. I re i really love when he stops. And i think it's around like our thirty three better mark. Thank you thank you. Thank you and they're actually like you can tell us a last time. They're gonna see each other in nineteen fifty five and he hugs him. And he's like i'll see you at thirty years. Fuck fuck god that is so this is this is this lost funnel clubhouse aikman's kinda want is probably one of my favorite climaxes in any movie ever like just the amount of things that are wrong and the the music that's just playing the background. Everyone's acting christopher lloyd and michael j. fox ye- like they really sell the intensity and the stakes in the and what's at stake. It's beautiful this is one of my favorite sayings on a say are agree docked voices cracking half the time in this because they're screaming so much but it feels so like intense. Because of that right well basically you know we get a whole lot of shenanigans. The the core gets unplugged. Marez like if only worn him fuck. I got a time machine. I'll just go ten minutes. Why don't you go like five hours just to safe like what the fuck is wrong with..

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"christopher lloyd" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

09:23 min | 1 year ago

"christopher lloyd" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"No, no exit. Also know when they say single everywhere. Manana. There are scientific Wallace. Oh, no signals. So the garden is a great poet will style. Look at all the TV. I think it meant the end Cuando me, though, Okay, demons may be and will be That girl's gonna make me Thank you. Welcome to New York City. No smoking. Noise aroma, but, uh Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You get it? Atlantic and complain like a painting or a story. Then why don't you take chances? But I saw a lot of likes. It also entices Cinco also complained on yes, that's not really cool up back to the future. Up with difficult people. Me, Christopher Lloyd complaining. You're saying Leo Felicia.

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"christopher lloyd" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"christopher lloyd" Discussed on The Moratorium

"Yes. Thanks for that. I was looking at this as well. Rob bottine. Actually. He was he played one of the humanoids. Yes. I mean if you've ever seen the movie It's fish people having sex with human women really like sets like missionary Styles here Lynn feel was also in a movie called fire f y r e and she played one of the kids in Jaws 2 Gang. Yeah. I remember. Yeah, and we brought up that she was also an emergency called grotesque. With Linda Blair, right and Tab Hunter I can see that cover but I don't know. I don't know right off the top of my head. So just interesting little stuff here grotesque office has Robert z'dar in it. Okay, that's why we brought it up before but she was also in schizoid. Okay and kind of sounds boring, but he claimed Kinski. Donna Wilkes Craig Wasson Christopher Lloyd interesting Little cast. Who did you say before Christopher Lloyd Craig Watson, right? Right. Okay, but Donna Wilkes is also in a movie called blood song 1982 down on the list here. So there's a whole lot of nobody in this Frankie Avalon's in it, but there is a guy by the name of Roy Don Clark. Okay, and I mean grade on Clark Android on Clark, New Jersey. They these guys would have to be brothers. Sure. I cannot find any information.

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"christopher lloyd" Discussed on hitmen, deadites & Me

hitmen, deadites & Me

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"christopher lloyd" Discussed on hitmen, deadites & Me

"In Inglewood, California. So the thing is Well, it is actually yeah, which he goes through the mountain which then opens the 8th Dimension and brings in all the John's. So yeah, it's crap to the home. Yeah. It's a oh did you did you do any of your homework where I said to get three taglines it did and I had a hard time of it, but I do have proof of minor actually quotes from the movie. Mine are my attempt to be comedic. So, how's your Oh wait with the whole new thing. I have to introduce with the new mixer. I have to introduce some new sound effects. So for the tagline Showdown It starts with a little bit of a hold on I probably should be a little bit better plan for this. Where is it this kind of losses? All right, we will get to this in a sec if you Have any more info you would like to get out? He's got so much info. There is a weird connection to Back to the Future after this one of the production designers immediately left. I was done to Back to the Future of course with Oh with a Christopher Lloyd and which kind of has a real similar issue trying to flex capacitor of flexible password. Yeah, and and of course the same production designer bags. I did not know that and I believe yeah, that's that's good one. And for the next part here goes the good old days. It's the tagline show that bringing it.

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"christopher lloyd" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"christopher lloyd" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Christopher Lloyd? He was a cool guy. Oh, yeah, although I loved him is Reverend Jimmy Kowski and vaccines. Jackie sold a couple times quite a long time. I'll play your play you the driving test. It will hurt you. It will make you so Bob Jeff went all filling in percent. Doyle chose this week to go to the beach. I gotta go see my good brandy Zaia. Sure. Who the hell names these hurricanes? I have no idea. No idea. Dave is in mall borrow in New Jersey. 1/1 0.5 I, Dave. Are you done? Remember? May I'm the guy that told the story with the Alleghany. I do remember you, Dave. Play a a day from Marlborough, Columbo. He's always very solid, and he's leaving and saying about wait a minute. One more question he had you marked from the beginning, and his advantage was that everybody thought he was this bumbling detective. But you know what? Yes, and Genesis in Ohio how old he was, but I don't know his real name. What's his real name? Peter Falk. Little fork. OK, OK. Later fall he did a movie with D. B. Sweeney called roommates, which he plays an old guy and he played a guy was 107 and he played a great role in in. In fact, I d be screening on talking about it. Check it out if you get a chance, But, yeah, Columbo and think about Columbo. He was young, and this thing's show started in 1968. Ah, prescription murder was the movie and Colombo played the Detective Gene Barry was the villain. And they did. The show in his seventies was part of the NBC mystery movie with Robert Stack had a Tony Franciosa and Columbo. No, That was the name of the game. It was. It was Columbo was Macleod, McMillan and wife. And they would always rotate this other guy, the bandit check or Ramsey or something like that. And Peter Ford was able to maintain the role, and then he comes back in 1990. And he keeps it for another 13 years. In the last one. The last Columbo was like 2003 and Falk is now old and grey and he gets the guy. And that was the beauty of Ah, Peter Falk and the opposite of beauty would be Johnny and Manville on New Jersey, 1/1 0.5 whole jockey. The beauty bag full of eyes is nice. I always find the right words to bring you into the show. Well, I would appreciate the fact that I do that for you. John did averages to anybody. Who's your other than you? Who is your old guy? In play Uncle Jet and it was younger that then and I see them just a couple days ago on Andy Griffith Show where he played Justin down. Yeah. Hey, he wasn't highlights on the little guy that 10 years a leak before they find you know what's amazing about Buddy Epps, and he'll remember him at 96 years old. He was a tap dancer. Was a fame and thirties. He was like a famous tap dancer, and he did like a soft shoe at the age of like, 96 But the funny thing about Buddy Ebsen After. What does he do after he leaves the Jed Clampett after he leaves the Beverly Hillbillies? What does he do affect Barnaby Jones, and you would see like a watchman's Barnaby Jones reruns Right and always at the climax is like you got 75 year old Barnaby Jones is chasing down his 20 year old guy in shape, John haggling over by beating the correct You know you can rattle and move on. But you don't mess around. You got that guy's shot. Alligators ain't worried about some idiot hood from l. A. That means areas. No problem at all. That's a good one, man. Let's go to Ah Dean is in Brunswick on the Jersey Auto 0.5 18 0 Hey, are we doing good about us? Good. Um, about Granny Clampett. I believe she was Inner mid twenties to early thirties when she played played Granny Clampett. Did she really know she'd be older than that? Now. Name was Irene right on that. Her name was a name was Irene Ryan. Let me see what I got here. Hold on. Ahh! Oh, my God. She was no, no, no, no. She was born in 1902 So I pushed that way off, and she was born in that so the Clampetts when the Beverly Hillbillies start 65 so she was 63 when she started Granny. Okay. I was missing for know what that's okay. That's okay. But she was good. And you know what? She was funny as hell II was a big granny fan. That's a good one. I was. Oh, yes. What? Our moonshine Onda vittles. They're going to make a possible We'll go after the seaman Paan. And take a look at that. Douglas like that. Chris is important reading on the Jersey Auto A 0.5. I don't get you guys to get the music. What's up? That's right, Big Steve. I understand that. You know what? I got to see this. You know, I told your producer you know Carroll O'Connor. What a great actor, special, the family and you know what that about that is, And it's not going to say is We could never have that comedy back again in the world that we have today. That's so sad because that comedy was great comedy. And you know what? That comedy probably kept a lot of things come Because now we don't have that We don't have that release valve. We don't have that vent And as he's bringing people father report, you know back then count aloud his comedy allowed us all to accept each other and to laugh with each other and to enjoy each other..

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"christopher lloyd" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"christopher lloyd" Discussed on WTOP

"Workers begin to return to high rise office buildings in major cities. The rules for going up are changing. Your next vertical commute could include limits on the number of riders designated standing spots, mandatory masks and no talking. Some buildings are opening stairwells, while others are asking tenants, a stagger employees start times elevator consultants or even coming into the picture. The CDC is expected to weigh in this week. Lisa Matteo CBS News Coming up after traffic and Weather, Maryland elections leaders laying out a voting plan that they say can work during this coming No. Member election. 9 36 Why do we call television? A guilty pleasure? What does that mean? Anyway? You like it? You sit on your couch and you watch it. No guilty here. You like celebrities. Their story's true crime and the perps behind them will reels is the place you get all that all the time. Nothing here to feel guilty about and I'll tell you what now is a great time. The watch rials because this Sunday night back to the future is celebrating 35 years. A brand new behind closed doors. Michael J. Fox, Leah Thompson and Christopher Lloyd are all here. I wonder if they thought this would be our future. It premieres this Sunday night on Lee on reels. You're plumb out of luck. If you try to see behind closed doors anywhere else he could get reels on your cable and on your satellite all over America. Just go to really stop Tom to find it in your area..

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"christopher lloyd" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

10:15 min | 1 year ago

"christopher lloyd" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Speaking to here I'm good mine cut tomorrow months check it out back in her just show the honesty of the TV honestly gonna leave the flow man this is not as long as I thought it's nine from your descriptions yes I mean I just thought it was back that picture to Afro did you yes it's a long back I do like little like Christopher Lloyd if I just like this up here if this all goes bill go up that high you can see is off the camera you can't even see how far it will go I hate to tell you but when I did face time which I wasn't prepared for with our boss Allison and also the HR person I'm on the computer and I'm going oh here's the link for then all the sudden I show up I just I hadn't done anything with my hair I was just standing straight up look like Christopher Lloyd all the sudden here comes Allison I've never done faith that was my first time to face time so I'm well there you go so I'm sure he thinks I'm nuts John you look like a crazy guy don't you all look at my house I think I need some I need some brow trimming to start to like what was his name and ever wondered and the ready room yeah yes for like Andy Rooney yeah he can break his yeah so if you had any Erica in here could have you had in here cut since all this started oh sure let your wife but you're dead you're dead yeah my because I cut out the hair cuts awhile back because it was I'm trying to cut out anything that costs money if I think I can do with that well listen let me tell you that's what we're trying to do too so we get hit with an air conditioning problem right Grier conditioning problem on the house and air conditioning problems whose cartoon about this yesterday it's just I mean one thing after another and then my car I had a cooling problem and so I had to take that in I'm going oh my god I am it's not even that hard for crying out loud what is going on well and and and one weekend for it to be giving you trouble cause will be I guess near ninety on Monday all great so here we go yeah that'd be fun yeah when I were young though and I'll probably join in with you I think our air conditioners on its last legs nearing cheap until you know now it's not but they got six months same as cash for the we we may have to think about what I'm doing you may have to do this I can tell you so there are all sorts of stories about the day from CNN and others about how drugs hi how Hydroxycut working will kill you right so they're two studies out from the lancet they're only talking about one so let's talk about let's talk with the first one well actually Reuters this is where the we got the story Reuters is actually reporting both of them it says the following is a brief round up of some of the latest scientific studies on corona virus in of in efforts to find treatments and vaccines for Colbert nineteen the illness caused by the virus coronavirus vaccine appears safe in first in in the first in human trial so there's that to go and then they say high drug support queen is tied to a higher death risk in hospitalized patients now here's the deal the problem with this thing from the lancet M. hospitalized patients is they didn't use a control group in other words they didn't news folks you're normally they'll give some patience the drug or whatever it is and they'll give the other patients some other patients a placebo Brian what is gave everybody hydroxyl clerk wing and then they see what they do whether they they either did or they didn't and you can say well you know the placebo is the didn't but you're not in the control group here in the observational studies whether calling this a more than ninety six thousand Colbert nineteen patients at six hundred seventy one hospitals on six continents which sounds pretty darn big the malaria drug by drug to color green was tied to an increased risk of death researchers report today it was not clear whether taking the drug provided patients with any benefits according to the paper in the lancet overall fourteen thousand eight hundred and eighty eight patients received hydroxy pork when or Clark when and which by the way this is the problem too Clark one is not the same as hydroxyl or quick so it's a little bit different and my understanding is is that it's the Clark when that has the higher risk of death and things like this they said they gave it with or without an antibiotic eighty one thousand that's that's about fifteen thousand got it eighty one thousand did not receive those drugs randomized placebo controlled studies are needed to clarify the risks and benefits of the decades old drug in the treatment of coal with nineteen the researchers say so they didn't do that many such trials are underway university of Minnesota may have some results next week from two studies testing whether how drugs are chloroquine is useful for preventing infection in people exposed to the virus and whether elevates covert nineteen symptoms other placebo controlled trial results are expected to starting later this summer so this was not one of those here's something else simulated sunlight inactivates the corona virus on surfaces this is another study well this is researchers from the department of homeland security science and technology their directorates national biodefense analysis and countermeasures center these results suggest that natural light may be effective for significantly reducing the amount of virus on expose services such as mail boxes playground equipment and shopping carts left outdoors in the sunlight and it says hold off on blanket B. in our orders for critically ill cope with patients in the desperate early days of the corona virus pandemic reports from China that few critically ill Colbert nineteen patients could be revived after cardiac arrest led doctors in some country is to consider issuing blanket do not resuscitate orders but for you U. S. covert nineteen patients at least that would not be appropriate researchers said that adequate data does not yet is not yet available on U. S. survival rates for in hospital resuscitation of Colbert nineteen patients and the Chinese data may not be applicables researchers wrote in a paper published today what they're going to end in China the we've heard today with the stuff and folks in furnaces before they were dead so yeah I wouldn't be going by what the Chinese are doing in there do not resuscitate our Yankee doll we do not resuscitate anybody we got Joe for coronavirus machine gun so that's what we've got so far on this hydroxyl or queen thing and is so it's this is one study that says it's not safe but it's not a controlled studies the placebo I don't understand all that stuff for the technical jargon I mean I understand on a rough rough level but not not down to the nitty gritty now although one second we got such good president today saying that places of worship worry central should be open right away he announced today a place of worship considered essential and he's calling on governors to open places of faith right away if they don't do it I will override the governor's he said if there's any question they're going to have to call me but they don't want yeah but they won't be successful in that call he said places of worship or central and many Americans embrace religion as an essential part of life he said religious leaders will help to make sure their congregations are saying in America we need more prayer not let sis says he said the centers for disease control is providing new guidance to places of worship the interim guide is talking about social distancing and things like this place of worship were able to gather in Tennessee H. churches discretion governor Lee announcing gatherings of fifty or less are now allowed allowed national starts phase two on Monday in groups of twenty five were allowed to gather so what what what is going on now is the look and this will be up to the individual churches but even in Nashville where mere Cooper saying churches cannot the open they can and so you say well I'm the mayor well what did end and you see what does the president have authority over churches in Nashville what he's trying to explain to you is that you don't have authority over churches and national if you're the man you can't close them down and that's with the department of justice been trying to explain to folks you can't there is no pandemic exception for the constitution man I wish they had said this earlier but now they're starting to say this in the going this is getting ridiculous there is no pandemic exception for for the constitution and the bill of rights you can't go around and say oh there's a pandemic so we're gonna take away your rights you don't have a right to do that you don't have the authority to do it so that's where we are and all that in other things ladies and gentleman terror reads law firm has dropped her and this comes right on the heels of amble Joe saying to a a black talk show host you ain't black if you don't vote for me so we'll get your thoughts on that in a moment I mean the campaign is now walked that back well he was just joking not joking and that's the way some black folks feel as we've seen in videos and things like this if you are a Republican or if you're supporting trump you're not really black which is just really ridiculous isn't but we'll get your thoughts and moments six one five seven three seven nine nine eight six we're back right after this.

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"christopher lloyd" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"christopher lloyd" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"Like if you heard those you know exactly what it is and I can't think of another TV. Show that I think you could think of movies that did that. Like Star Wars. Probably but for me to do that in that kind of amazing it is. It just shows you if you take yourself way too seriously. A lot of times really good thing is like a roddenberry thing fixation on that I do. I think roddenberry really you know from what I've read. Read his show. It's it's he just wanted to create the best approximation of license contract which was never identified. Starch they always use starting so when it said in the twenty th century at the beginning that was the first time naturally used our argument. Clayton are Jesus Christ based system for what I miss from Kurkin. Khan I like my Kirk. Getting into the types of scrapes that have no exit and then figuring out a way to get out with them while he has one I saw and I was never a fan of the of the next generation but it has aged well in memory to things. That have come since Have you ever wanted to? Do you know the next generation. I got heavily into that. There's a great youtube video of war. Being told US compilation could attach a tractor. Beam an adjusted heading. I think Mr War I recommend we go immediately to battle stations. Appreciate your advice and consent is not the time the rash actions. This may be our only chance. Yeah like what I like. The whole show is just a love. Note it not know. The bad guy is played by in the next searchers. Christopher Lloyd Christopher Lloyd playing a Klingon general and I think Kim Cottrell is soft. Wow that's crazy. That search for spock right. Now I'm wrong about could Kirstie Alley and and Robin Curtis Kim. Cottrell plays a vulcan of some sort in Star Trek sings. Yeah that's six that's A. That's that's sort of a throwaway one. I guess it was meant to be the last one. That's what they finally come to peace with the Klingons while I did notice when I saw six that Mister robot himself Whatever his name. What's his name. Mr Robot Ramming Alec Now Crystallization. Slater is in your. He's in six cabby. You just like get blown out the same way like very similar. The way to guy from rage against the machine dies in Ironman four as the whales. Which is I think I love that. Just from the era of going to the movies when that movie came out and that's a Nimoy directed one. I think real hard I like that. One is certainly not anything else on that you love about wrath of Khan that we haven't covered now looking at the year things they're quite eighty two. It's not a bad mold of an ear and not a bad effect. Boil you when I was a kid that that was horrified that something could go inside the funeral oration. I love the look of the final spatial battle in Indianapolis. That's really beautiful. I like the way those ships crossover each other in quiet as ominous to that that works really well ads really. It's sort of like old school like Sorts Donald No. I'm GonNa say the BATTLESHIP Potemkin. But I never saw fountains up. If if it's if it's a man get out of this is about. Is that the really racist. One the battleship. But I'm at the famous steps sequence. The for guy loves movies. I mean come on. You gotta get your filming pretentious stomach references down at least so you can deploy them. You know y'all have blind spots my problem. Is I still fish? So tell me a little about when you were a kid. What were the other shows that were important to you when you were watching? Tv Key kid. Did you come home and have the house to yourself? I grew up on Hogan's heroes that was never know. Gilligan's island butts. This isn't a great show but hogan shells really good show. I mean for all of its. It's obvious problematic features. There was really really good. Writing really heard right. And so that was my show Knight Rider.

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"christopher lloyd" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"christopher lloyd" Discussed on WTVN

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"christopher lloyd" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

10:44 min | 2 years ago

"christopher lloyd" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Is Christopher Lloyd and the book is called Manimal so had a conversation with Christopher this morning he was in camp I was here in the studio and basically this is how it went all right happy to have in now a gentleman by the name of Christopher Lloyd if you're thinking taxiing professor Jim are back to the future not exactly that Christopher Lloyd Mister Lloyd good morning how are you good morning Richard I'm very well how are you I'm terrific now is it morning where you are not quite no eighties twenty to three in the afternoon so yeah because I'm a few hours ahead of you in the UK pretty cold so I'm I'm I'm I'm into my sort of you know fifth Cup of coffee okay you're in England and you're an author and we're gonna talk about a book that is the I think just published correct it is called human minimal that's a strange word you made that up I assume well it's so yes it's a little confusion as you may detect and the whole idea of the book is to encourage younger people and their parents to think of the similarities between humans and animals not the differences hence the word humana okay I is the book for for young people and adults it is kind of a picture book of very very nicely illustrated to deals trace in Korea Jan Michael mark Ruffalo who is just terrific here an absolute pleasure what with and he illustrates very Boston any changes things that we can get to write things together and you know that's really exciting it's lovely what will recall what is your background Chris well I originally trained in history I read history at Cambridge university here and England and I then became a journalist with the national paper called the Sunday times and then I went to run a publishing company and worked with schools and teachers and wanted to find out ways of creating really engagement in the classroom through different types of resources and then ended up becoming all to myself really when my older daughter I got the medical school and and we started home educating and I realize that the natural way for children to learn is through what they're interested in not by being told by adults what they need to know what they're supposed to need to know and this took me down a whole part of you know curiosity led learning really in trying to connect knowledge together not divided up into different subjects and in in many ways this book is just a part of that whole theme of of seen the connections between things not creating divisions and it's true in life and it's true in knowledge and it's true at all ages running our guest is Christopher Lloyd he is in Kent England were visiting via Skype he's got a book out called you minimal you'll be traveling to the United States to to talk about this to lecture about this I assume not coming to Santa Fe but if people are curious Chris where can they find your book well they can find it if they come to what on earth books dot com which is our website but of course you can go to many places on Amazon or wherever else or hopefully a local bookstore and you'll be able to find it that and I put quite a lot of videos and things up on YouTube in places if you search for Christopher Lloyd human animal or a book I published last year I'm can move to the states a lot to give lectures it was cold absolutely everything and that's history the world from the beginning of time to the present day in a single book for anyone age nine to ninety nine so again it's trying to show the links between nature and human history not trying to divide it all out you know okay so the purpose of the book and the direction of the book kind of take us through it about some of the similarities between humans and animals and what you're proposing and what you hope people learn well I mean I started thinking of we know what are the things that we think make a special and then is it really true that's really the premise of the book so I divided up into three parts I mean one thing that defines us as people is that we are social creatures we have leaving communities and the way that we we live together through team work or whether we are all living in cities or whether we're just showing off to each other you know for example is this true also and other creatures boy is it true you know ants and termites and have been living in the giant cities of millions of individuals for hundreds of millions of years you know and and other animals just show off and have fun their books that show up to each other during that kind of mating ceremonies they're up there there are you know you need to go on your own dogs and cats you'll see how much that they are having fun not because it's for any real survival upon she's just bombed just like us so sociability the second was feelings and obviously you know doesn't matter you don't have to be up you know having a a degree in English literature to know about William Shakespeare and how it was through the feelings that he showed the humanity behind all sort of react elegy but these feelings of love or aggression or sadness and grief but they also there in the animal world yes they are and you can find examples of those in here Manimal and finally I looked at intelligence because I guess that's the other thing that most people would say distinguishes our last from other creatures you know we recognize ourselves in America well actually quite a lot of other animals have now possible school demerit test whether a stick a little dot on the face and and and show an elephant itself in America and the test is does it think there's another element that or does it dry and scraped the doll with its trunk up its own face any big tries to scrape the dot up its own place then it's self aware and you know just like with self aware old things language deceiving each other to other creatures light absolutely they do they they lie all the time there but sorry then a lying to me a cat in order to be able to mimic the sound of another book so they can then go and you know get the me a cat's lunch there all kinds of things puzzle solving inventions and using tools so really actually came away thinking you know okay this deserves to be written up in a way that's accessible for young people so that the natural instinct of getting close and empathizing with animals is something that can persist with them and they can have confidence that that actually their instincts are right we are all human right our guest is Christopher Lloyd not Christopher Lloyd from back to the future he's an author and publisher losing can England he's got a book out called Hugh minimal in is really cool picture book we really nice illustrations and it is for young people and adults Mr Lloyd is is your intent here is it for adults to sit down with their children or teacher to sit down with children and go through the book and learn together which is kind of a an animal exercise as well it isn't it it is is not you know one of you one way of using it but that would be my preference preference will get the children to ink gauge with the book and then tell the adults parents and teachers things that the adults who teaches never knew you know because when a child is able to find out something and it realizes that you mean you didn't know that please vote right where they want to replicate that next next year he is currently number three get up right but if the kid finds out something the teacher doesn't know that such an express special moment that's the moment when they build that confidence that what they believe in themselves and I'm hoping there's enough information in this book enough fascinating stop that adults won't know the kids can find out and then talk about and tell the people and that's how I'm hoping it will be used your process of researching this are you going to researchers and scientists are you going to the zoo wallet just or how how entomologist how are you gaining there are gathering your information absolutely and I mean that's the other point at this even though it's a book that's accessible to younger children I would say H. to know seven upwards at the back of the book I've listed all the different scientists that I've been working with and you can see little pictures and biographies of them and you know they of course there on there's anyone sound just the covers all these different right animals I know we're all specialists that's the way that our culture work so and some of these people have been around forever like Jane Goodall for example with our amazing what with chimpanzees but you know all sorts of other people like the amazing call phone freshen his students who what with bees Martyn Linda I mean they did some of the most amazing research working out you know what's going on inside of bees nest which anybody with me I'd let me interrupt you there right right there Chris because you you you relate how their research shows that bees communicate by dancing do you know a little bit more about that I mean how they observe that how the the kind of translate that into into what it means well I mean the research is just spent hours and hours and hours of serving I mean that's the only way to do it ready but what's incredible about the research they did is not only did they discover that the particular language of bees right he's able to determine a quarter so what happens is I just very quickly explain this because it is it is phenomenal the the bees nest gets very big over the course of the year so they have to divide out and locate somewhere else for the next year but where do they go key to the survival of the colony so they send out some scout bees to about ten different location okay within a block L. each scout comes back and don't see is what the coordinates of the location they think is the best place but the hype to relocate all the please then get the coordinates from the docks the observers different places and then they come back on the beat the scout be with the most other bees dancing with it after about three weeks is the winner and that is how they make the decision collectively as to where to relocate the next now in order to understand that process has taken years of observational research but of course through videos through all sorts of different bits of technology and how you can identify one particular be aware it's going what it's doing right you know it's possible now to work out how these decisions are made and the and it's very inspiring to see that happening in nature and is the product of a hundred million years of evolution author Christopher Lloyd is our guest book is called humana mall you can find it again the publishing house Chris is what on earth books what on earth books we've known for a long time they had whales and mammals in the oceans communicate the language of the of the humpbacks and grey whales and porpoises and dolphins and all that have you research that or is that is that in the future no I have and that is very much in the book and it's under the section.

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"christopher lloyd" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

11:55 min | 2 years ago

"christopher lloyd" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Is Christopher Lloyd and the book is called Q. Manimal so had a conversation with Christopher this morning he was in camp I was here in the studio and basically this is how it went all right happy to have in now a gentleman by the name of Christopher Lloyd if you're thinking taxiing professor Jim or back to the future not exactly that Christopher Lloyd Mister Lloyd good morning how are you good morning Richard I'm very well how are you I'm terrific now is it morning where you are not quite no it is twenty to three in the afternoon so yeah because I'm a few hours ahead of you in the UK pretty cold so I'm I'm I'm I'm into my sort of you know that's a Cup of coffee okay you're in England and you're an author and we're gonna talk about a book that is done I think just published correct it is called human Manimal strange word you made that up I assume well it's so yes it's a little fusion as you may detect and the whole idea of the book is to encourage younger people and their parents to think of the similarities between humans and animals not the differences hence the word humana okay I is the book for for young people and adults it is kind of a picture book of very very nicely illustrated who did the illustrations for you Jan Michael mark Ruffalo who is just terrific here an absolute pleasure what with and he illustrates very Boston any changes things that we can get to write things together and you know that's really exciting it's lovely what will recall what is your background Chris well I originally trained in history I read history at Cambridge university here and England and I then became a journalist with the national paper called the Sunday times and then I went to run a publishing company and worked with schools and teachers and wanted to find out ways of creating really engagement in the classroom through different types of resources and then ended up becoming all to myself really when my older daughter I got the upper school in and we started home educating and I realize that the natural way for children to learn is through what they're interested in not by being told by adults what they need to know what that supposed to need to know and this took me down a whole part of you know curiosity led learning ready in trying to connect knowledge together not divided up into different subjects and in in many ways this book is just a part of that whole theme of of seen the connections between things not creating divisions and it's true in life and it's true in knowledge and it's true at all ages running our guest is Christopher Lloyd he is in Kent England were visiting via Skype he's got a book out called you minimal you'll be traveling to the United States to to talk about this to lecture about this I assume not coming to Santa Fe but if people are curious Chris working they find your book well they can find it if they come to what on earth books dot com which is our website but of course are you can go to many places on Amazon or wherever else or hopefully a local bookstore and you'll be able to find it that and I put quite a lot of videos and things up on YouTube in places if you search for Christopher Lloyd human animal or a book I published last year I'm can move to the states a lot to give lectures it was cold absolutely everything and that's his to the world from the beginning of time to the present day in a single book for anyone age nine to ninety nine so again it's trying to show the links between nature and human history not trying to divide it all out okay so the purpose of the book and the direction of the book kind of take us through what about some of the similarities between humans and animals and what you're proposing and what you hope people learn well I mean I started thinking of we know what are the things that we think make a special and then is it really true that's really the premise of the book so I divided up into three parts I mean one thing that defines us as people is that we are social creatures we have leaving communities and the way that we we live together through team work or whether we are all living in cities or whether we're just showing off to each other you know for example is this true also and other creatures boy is it true you know ants and termites and have been living in these giant cities of millions of individuals for hundreds of millions of years you know and and other animals just show up and have fun their books that show up to each other during that kind of mating ceremonies they're up there there are you know you need to go on your own dogs and cats you'll see how much that they are having fun not because it's for any real survival of on she's just bombed just like us so sociability the second was feelings and obviously you know doesn't matter you don't have to be up you know having a a degree in English literature to know about William Shakespeare and how it was through the feelings that he showed the humanity behind also to react I let's see I'm but these feelings of love or aggression or sadness and grief but they also they're an animal world yes they all and you can find examples of those in here Manimal and finally I looked at intelligence because I guess that's the other thing that most people would say distinguishes our last from other creatures you know we recognize ourselves in the mirror well actually quite a lot of other animals have now possible school demerit test whether a stick a little dot on the face and and and show an elephant itself in America and the test is does it think there's another element that or does it dry and scraped the doll with its trunk up its own face any big tries to scrape the dot up its own place then it's self aware and you know just like with so what old things language deceiving each other to other creatures light absolutely they do they they lie all the time there but sorry there to the dinner lying to me a cat in order to be able to mimic the sound of another bird so they can then go and you know get the me a cat's lunch there all kinds of things puzzle solving inventions and using tools so really actually came away thinking you know this deserves to be written up in a way that's accessible for young people so that the natural instinct of getting close and empathizing with animals is something that can persist with them and they can have confidence that that actually their instincts are right we are all human right our guest is Christopher Lloyd not Christopher Lloyd from back to the future he's an author and publisher losing can England he's got a book out called Hugh minimal in is really cool picture book with really nice illustrations and it is for young people and adults Mr Lloyd is is your intent here is it for adults to sit down with their children or teacher to sit down with children and go through the book and learn together which is kind of a an animal exercise as well it isn't it it is is not you know one of you one way of using it but that would be my preference preference will get the children to ink gauge with the book and then tell the adults parents and teachers things that the adults who teaches never knew you know because when a child is able to find out something and it realizes that you mean you didn't know that please vote right where they want to replicate that next next year he's currently democratic get up right but if the kid finds out something the teacher doesn't know that such an express special moment that's the moment when they build that confidence that what they believe in themselves and I'm hoping there's enough information in this book enough fascinating stop that adults won't know the kids can find out and then talk about and tell the people and that's how I'm hoping it will be used your process of researching this are you going to researchers and scientists are you going to the zoo wallet just or how how entomologist how are you gaining there are gathering your information absolutely and I mean that's the other point at this even though it's a book that's accessible to younger children I would say H. to know seven upwards at the back of the book I've listed all the different scientists that I've been working with and you can see little pictures and biographies of them and you know they of course there on there's anyone sound just the covers all these different right animals I know we're all specialists that's the way that our culture work so and some of these people have been around forever like Jane Goodall for example with our amazing what with chimpanzees but you know all sorts of other people like the amazing call phone freshen his students who what with bees Martyn Linda I mean they did some of the most amazing research working out you know what's going on inside of bees nest which anybody with me I'd let me interrupt you there right writer Chris because you you you relate how their research shows that bees communicate by dancing do you know a little bit more about that I mean how they observe that how the the kind of translate that into into what it means well I mean the research is just spent hours and hours and hours of serving I mean that's the only way to do it ready but what's incredible about the research they did is not only did they discover that the particular language of bees right he's able to determine a quarter so what happens is I just very quickly explain this because it is it is normal but the bees nest gets very big over the course of the year so they have to divide out and locate somewhere else for the next year but where do they go key to the survival of the colony so they send out some scout bees to about ten different location okay within a block L. each scout comes back and don't see is what the coordinates of the location they think is the best place with the hive to relocate all the please then get the coordinates from the docks there the observers different places and then they come back and the beat the scout be with the most other bees dancing with it after about three weeks is the winner and that is how they make the decision collectively as to where to relocate the next now in order to understand that process has taken years of observational research but of course through videos through all sorts of different bits of technology and how you can identify one particular be aware it's going what it's doing right you know it's possible now to work out how these decisions are made and a and it's very inspiring to see that happening in nature and is the product of a hundred million years of evolution author Christopher Lloyd is our guest book is called humana mall you can find it again the publishing house Chris is what on earth books what on earth books we've known for a long time they had whales and mammals in the oceans communicate the language of the of the humpbacks and grey whales and porpoises and dolphins and all that have you research that or is that is that in the future no I have and that is very much in the book and it's under the section of language where I actually look of whales and oddly enough also look at chickens whales a fascinating because there is a lot of recent research that shows that it's not just a general while song but whales inmates they can actually identify individuals through each of these songs so that represents a layer of sophistication perhaps that's quite new to research that elevate so in a way language to out to another place chickens I mean kids maybe fascinate it and know that at least twenty four different words of chicken have been identified and up and I put some of these into the books so many kids one up how do you feel is right please can you illustrate with some of those words okay okay so what I just went on a one on one issue and and listen to you act like a chicken okay you have a guest okay I'm a little check right I'm not going beep beep beep beep beep what do thing I'm saying you're saying I'm hungry or there's a coyote out there actually that means money where are you okay that's a little check his loss to see you know looking around trying to find a little mom up beep beep beep beep okay more go.

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