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Boy abducted, sexually assaulted and shot in Miami-Dade
"Are looking for a suspect they say, abducted and sexually assaulted a child in northwest Miami Dade. The victim was walking near 43rd terrorists and 30th Avenue when he was forced into a car and sexually assaulted, shot and left on the side of the road. He's now being treated the hospital in critical condition. Anyone with information on the crime should call police
More Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines arrive in Florida
"Is is once once again again receiving receiving doses doses of of the the Johnson Johnson and and Johnson Johnson single single shot shot covert covert vaccine vaccine that that word word in in Pensacola Pensacola from from governor governor Rhonda Rhonda Santas. Santas. We We hope hope to to get get more more Johnson and Johnson over the next couple weeks. So my hope is is that you start to get really significant amounts of Johnson and Johnson to match what we're getting with flies and Madonna to send us announcing that 2000 doses a day of J and J will be available for the next three days at a local Pensacola church. The state reported 5300 new Corona virus infections on Tuesday,
"clyde w" Discussed on O.C. Swingers
"What is the swinger. Is it someone who engages in group sex with a rotating roster of willing partners or is it someone who switches sides so often that the line between a hero and villain fades. What does a swinger look. Like a shaggy-haired hippie smoking join an elected official addressing the press corps in a suit and tie or a clean cut doctor with a steady hand and a reassuring smile stunning new details. Were coming out about the orange county surgeon and his girlfriend accused of being serial rapists on october seventeenth two thousand eighteen prominent newport beach surgeon dr grant robichaud and his girlfriend's orissa riley were charged with seventeen felonies including raping and drugging multiple women during a search of their two million dollar beach house. Police officers found illegal assault rifles piles of homemade videos and controlled substances including cocaine mushrooms. Md dna and over one hundred grams of ghb more commonly known as the date rape drug defendants user. Good looks and charm to lower the innovations of their potential prey. We've all heard of a wolf dressed up in sheep's clothing. While a world can wear scrubs or doctors clothing or wealth can be a beautiful woman. But we're grant robichaud in sara. Sara lee the bonnie and clyde of drugging girls as one victim told detectives or were they sexually liberated swingers framed by conviction hungry prosecutor. There is not a single piece of evidence or video or photo that shows an unconscious or incapacitated woman being sexually assaulted and what happens to seven women who in order to see any kind of justice served have to keep reliving the worst night of their lives. Over and over again we went to the jacuzzi. He's tried to take off my top. I told him not to gone. He kinda grabbing at it over the course of my new ten part series. Oc swingers yoga back to the beginning of one of the most unbelievable rape cases in modern history. You mentioned you know how many victims. How many videos do you have of different victims. So many dozens hundreds hundreds more than a thousand. I think so. And you'll get a front row seat to the courtroom drama as it unfolds in real time. So if you're a swinger and you're engaging in sexual activities that most people don't do then is nick foreseeable that you remain counter woman. That doesn't want to do it either. How could the case to simply go away from this year. I mean there's something that the public has now.
Guest Teacher Jon Mitchell How to Maximize Productivity With Biohacking
"I brought on john. Because i do feel that. A lot of us as entrepreneurs neglect will we put in our body. Our physical activity or nutrition. All that because of the business. I've been guilty of this several times in the last decade and were all bizarre brought on john to give some laser focus advice on how to bio hacker way to success and be more productive passage john now. But i'll be back to wrap up to episode fill in any gaps but for now taken away john. Everyone this john mitchell. I'm really excited to here. And what i want to do. Today is to teach guys how to go about optimizing your health energy mental performance. And how to do it the right way because there is a lot of noise and confusion online in the health space. And what i wanna do is help you sift through all of that for for those of you guys don't know i'm a functional medicine practitioner. I work virtually with driven professionals. Looking to improve things like energy focus and resolve any chronic health issues that are keeping them from being at their best. Both at work and at home and i've worked for over ten years. I started off on the conventional side of medicine working in the emergency room at urgent care and addiction medicine and then i transitioned over to functional medicine which is more a whole body systems base approach to optimizing your health and i've i've learned firsthand that conventional medicine is great at certain things. It's great i'd taken care of acute issues broken bones infections and surgeries but it's port helping people achieve robust health and maintaining it. Which is what. I'm passionate about and why i do the work i do because people are starting to realize the limitations of the current medical system right and if we're talking about your business or your job the question is why should you prioritize your health versus prioritizing your business well from a business perspective you need to be at the top of your game right. You need to wake up with energy. You need to have the mental clarity to get your work done. And you need to be level headed enough to deal with the constant stressors so as a business owner myself. I understand that Owning a business or even just working in a jock can be very stressful. And you need to have the the mental strength. You need to have the health to be able to handle those things properly and move ford if your health is non point you're not going to be operating anywhere near one hundred percent. You're going to be leaving things on the table. In fact what. I find with many of the professionals that i work with is that they don't even realize how bad they feel and how much they're leaving on the table until we get them feeling better. So what i wanna do is. I'm going to lay out three pillars to optimizing your health. And how to do it the right way. Okay so pillar number one. Let's jump right into it. Recognize you are a category of one so everybody has unique genetics upbringing lifestyle environment habits and nutrition that inform their current level of wellness. So what you need. In nutrition and supplements lifestyle is going to be very different than what somebody else needs. So this is why we can't blindly follow online influencers or healthcare ruse. Because they don't know anything about you right. They can't tell you. Oh you should be on akita genyk diverse vegan diet versus a carnivore diet because nobody knows your blood levels. They don't know your genetics. They don't know you history and all those things are going to influence what diet you should be on current time so i wanna give you guys a good example of this from two different clients. Mine who had similar complaints. So both were both were men in their forties or fifties and we'll say client number one complained of brain fog fatigue and he had type two diabetes and he was on a strict ketogenic. Diet was doing intermittent fasting or not. Johnny on a paleolithic diet into an intermittent fasting was exercising an our day and yet his blood sugars were still running in the two hundred zero higher when they should be under one hundred and the question was what was going on and when we did the right testing found that he was being exposed to some significant environmental. Toxins that were damaging his pancreas. The panthers is what produces insulin to help regulate blood sugar so regardless of what diet he tried regards if it was cute genyk carnivore vegan or anything in between he was not going to get better until we address this toxin issue right. And let's compare this to clyde number two who had similar complaints brain fog. He was overweight. Type two diabetes. He followed a ketogenic diet and fasting and he lost a lot of weight. Blood sugars regulated. And he did great on that so one person did not do well on a very restrictive diet. One person did because it depends on what they specifically need. Okay so always recognize you are category one in all recommendation should be based off of that so that brings us the pillar number to quantify what you need using the right labs right so i see too many people who just take things for things. So i'll see people take things like kuala or some mushroom blend for focus or they'll take zinc and dhea your tributaries for testosterone. But how do you know that you actually need these things. And how'd you know you aren't doing more harm in the long by taking these things. So let's take zinc for instance. Some people probably know that. It's hard to overdo zinc. You can take a lot of and you really won't get into trouble but what the problem is if you're taking zinc It will influence your absorption of copper. So the more zinke take the less you absorb copper so you can create mineral imbalances by taking the wrong supplements if you don't need them and if you're not tracking you can create issues over time. Okay so instead of guessing what diets and supplements are best for you. It's better to know what's best and you do this. By focusing on the right testing so we wanna do is focus on strategies over tactics as specific diet or certain supplement is a tactic akito genyk diet. Carnival diet intermittent fasting. They're all tactics. What we want to focus on strategies instead. Okay so our strategy is going to be influenced by your health history which should be somewhat should help you get a foreigner standing of your health history and put it together combined with some advanced testing so when it comes to determining what types of diets in supplements you should take what i like to use advanced nutritional profile and within that there should be a comprehensive assessment of your vitamins your minerals your amino acids fatty acids heavy metals. Your mitochondria metabolites transmitter. Metabolites and your detoxification
The Toasty Podcast 41 #guestweek | Fabian Rafael - burst 03
"What's up guys is the toasty podcast. Money sky we'll talk about controversial topics in casual conversation and today. I have the proper bartender which he'll probably explain more of that anyway and matt can't be here. Sorry guys but let's toasty. What the heck do you do man. So thanks for the introduction. Yes i am. Social media not grew but on social media. My tag is proper bartender What i do is i supply beverage. Consultancy direct coverage programs. I develop them as well. A bar management and for typically the most recent program that i had was based in the stockyards unfortunately as we are all familiar with current events that was unable to last unfortunately did not receive the type of funding or direction that we envisioned that it would be able to receive in those regards and we just weren't able to the ownership wasn't able to hold on and we had to let it go but it was a program that was very very very proud of it was the excuse me it was. The only pre through post prohibition craft cocktail bar in fort worth little like this is like Like old school kind of sure absolutely so we're trying to say it was very much old school something it was authentic self. It was originally established in nineteen eleven. Right it's been a few things in the time period but it was actually texas. I gambling hall and salute so in nineteen eleven. What happened was they opened up again home saloon soon. After as as we're all familiar with prohibition hit now prohibition for those who are aware means that basically the consumption and production of alcohol became legal while when that happened Gambling was still legal. So what they did was. They moved at the bar downstairs hidden and they kept the gambling room upstairs. Interestingly enough soon. After the repeal of prohibition gambling in the state of texas became illegal so in order to fool the fuzz if you will the old switcheroo took place and they moved the bar upstairs and downstairs and it's a really great space. It's it's the history. There's incredible the original owner of time. So the downstairs still there. The downstairs is all american oak tables and chairs. It was actually attained that way because at the time the original owner gave a loan out to a gentleman who was a friend of his and he was unable to pay back said loan but the joe men was a carpenter and he worked at the local lumber mill. Yeah so in order to reimburse him he actually built him. Twenty tables and eighty chairs out of oak. And those things are sturdy and place has an incredible history. I mean we have people like we had people like bonnie and clyde we had Benny binion all of these historical figures who of helped form the the the the good guy bad guy type mentality of the wild west of even before it was all start becoming hollywood ask is
Florida reports first case of P.1 virus variant first detected in Brazil
"Fast the Corona virus mutates after Florida reported its first case of the Brazil variant of covert 19. Tom Nash, professor of epidemiology at the University of South Florida, tells tells news news Channel Channel eight eight in in Tampa. Tampa. That That viruses viruses do do this this all all the the time. time. You You Nash Nash predicts predicts mutations mutations will will mean mean they they need need for for new new vaccines vaccines developed developed over over the the next next year year or or two two game game of of whack whack a a mole. mole. You You know, we're gonna hit it here and it's gonna pop up over there. I'll hit it there. We'll have to play this game for a while. Florida has also had the most cases of the UK variant of any state in the country. A Corona virus
Jared Moskowitz, head of Florida Emergency Management, confirms he's stepping down
"Management director stepping down and governor Rhonda Santa's thanking Jared Moskowitz for his hard work over the last two years. I think Florida as the best emergency response in the the country, country, I I think think we've we've done done the the best best in in terms terms of of logistics, logistics, both both in in terms terms of of preparing preparing for for responding responding to to storms, storms, as as well well as as Responding Responding to to the the cove cove in in 19 19 pandemic. pandemic. Moskowitz Moskowitz expected expected to to formally formally submit submit that that resignation resignation on on Tuesday, Tuesday, Head Head home home to to South South Florida Florida at at the the end end of of April April and and be be closer closer to to his his family. family. A A deputy director Kevin Guthrie, will replace Moskowitz. Well, it was the
Florida Gov. DeSantis "we followed the evidence in the data" on re-opening schools
"On the Gulf Coast Wednesday. We're 3000 more seniors will be vaccinated against covert 19 at a local community center. On a related topic, the governor contrast in Florida's move to reopen schools to other areas where schools are still closed or conducting classes. Virtually we follow the evidence in the data we didn't follow special interest. We didn't follow hysteria. We did what was right by students and families. And we're much better for that. Florida is reporting more than
This week in history: In 1995, Houston acquires Clyde Drexler
"In 1995, the Portland Trail Blazers. Analyze to trade with the Houston Rockets to send Clyde Drexler to Houston, along with Tracy Murray for Otis Thorpe and the rights to Marcela Nicola and a first round pick. He was in the midst of his 12 season in Portland. Drexler ended up winning his first and on Lee N. Ba title with the Rockets. He remained in Houston for the rest of his career. This'll Week in
Key Super Bowl Matchups: The Case for the Kansas City Chiefs & Tampa Bay Buccaneers Winning Sunday
"The Kansas City Chiefs versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The long road that led us here with many unique twists and turns is a story unto itself. Now, in about 3.5 hours, the game which promises history, the chief's looking to become the ninth team with back to back titles. The Bucks hoping to put 1/7 Super Bowl ring on Tom Brady's hand. I'm Scott Graham. Happy to be back with your four Super Bowl Sunday, and my co host is a man who won two Super Bowls back to back, including an M V P honor for Super Bowl 32. He's an NFL network in Westwood, one analyst, the Hall of Famer, and he's been with us each week on this program all season long. Well, Davis. Welcome aboard. Scott. Man, It is eyes exciting and getting ready for this big game. A man I'll tell you what. When you look at how this one is going to play out, everybody is focusing on the quarterback's rightfully so. But when you start looking at a couple of the individual matchups in this game, there is a lot that ends up coming into play. And one of the things that everybody's been focusing on all week is the fact that the chief's dinged up on the offensive line going with backups there against a really strong past Russian. It Defense for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. That seems at least right now to be one that's playing at its peak. Is that the key matchup in your mind? Well, that is one of them. I mean, we look at the Bucks defense and we've seen what they looked like the last couple of weeks and listen. Todd Bowles, Their defensive coordinator, has really got them dialed in. They've gotten after, and Rogers drew Brees and, you know, I think this defense is going to be, you know, formidable when it comes to getting after Patrick Mahomes, but You know, he's such a great quarterback. He's such a guy that can get out of situations that you don't think he could get out off s. Oh, that's gonna be a challenge for this team as well. When you look at it, and from your perspective, especially, I mean a running back a hall of Fame running back and very rarely these days is anybody say, Well, the running game is going to be a really big part of this. It seems like that's becoming an antiquated idea. Can the running game for the chief's help in some way, take away some of the aggressiveness of the Tampa Bay defense? Yeah, I believe so, Scott, because you know all the focus of this game really is gonna be on the chief's weapons, right? You know, you got obviously Tyree Kill Travis Kelsey. Then you have the other guys out there to me, Cole Harmon. And then you have Clyde. That was the lair who last year was an El s. You had a phenomenal national championship game, and I think a game like this is going to bode well for him, because if you're tired of those, you can't double team everybody. Somebody's got to have one on ones. And if you're the bucks, you've got to put more people in coverage. So that's gonna leave a light box for Clyde Edwards. He layer not only running but the short passing game, and I think that Eric the enemy, and Anne Rie will find a way to make this young man have an impact in a game like this. On the other side. Everybody, of course, is focusing on Tom Brady. I mean, he got them here, and he is once again right in the middle of the possibility of winning a super books. 10th visited pressure absurd, absurd. When you look at this team, they've got a whole bunch of weapons as well. Is there one that you focus on the offensive side of the ball for Tampa Bay? That you think might have a bigger impact in this game than another? I do. I think it's actually Leonard for net and not necessarily in the running game. But little has been Really good and their passing game, And I think that kind of matchup between Leonard for Net and the linebacker Damian Will Wilson and Anthony Hitchens from the chief's, because when you start doing that thing where they played in week, 12 Barnett had a decent game, but Ronald Jones caught the ball in the flat and was able to have a long touchdown score from that ball that was thrown into the flat. So no one is talking about that. But I think that again, Hitchens and Wilson is gonna have to have a really good game and not again. It's not with him running with the football. He's been a threat as a receiver, which is something that his game is never had. So I think, you know, Of course. Tom Brady likes to get his backs involved in games like this member James White. He had a phenomenal Super Bowl. So I think later for now is gonna be a guy that's gonna have to have a huge impact. Last thing for this segment does the first meeting have any impact on what we're about to see in a few hours here or is that just research? Yeah, I think you could take some things. Most coaches look at the game and they kind of take The things that sort of worked, you know, everything goes. She kind of just you pick things of a game and say Okay, well, we have success against his team before. You know, we'll try to do it again this time, but maybe we're gonna disguise it a little differently, but run the same kind of plays. So, yeah, I think you there's things that each team can take from that meeting. But, you know, I think it's about who can make those adjustments and going into this game. I think ultimately it's going to be the team that comes out
Chiefs matriarch, now 82, will continue Super Bowl streak
"Under head coach Andy Reid the Kansas City Chiefs have one thing in mind when they take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl fifty five on Sunday make it two in a row read knows this is a special game obviously historic game from the standpoint that there's never been a home team that's played at their own facilities so I I think that's a unique situation the defending champion chiefs high powered offenses equipped to do just that having averaged four hundred fifteen yards per game during the regular season including over five hundred against the same Buccaneers just a couple months ago Patrick Mahomes will have plenty of weapons at his disposal with the receiving corps led by Tyreek hill and a ground game topped by Clyde Edwards Hilaire I'm Tom Aikens
Governor Ron DeSantis Announces His “Florida Leads” Budget Proposal for FY 2021-2022
"Governor Rod to Satis unveiled unveiled his his New New Florida Florida leads leads budget budget proposal proposal for for the the next next fiscal fiscal year. year. The The budget budget proposal proposal is is big big over over $96 $96 billion, billion, and and it it increases increases per per pupil pupil spending spending and and sets sets aside more money for Everglades restoration. Even while the pandemic continues, We're in better shape. Because we made decisions that benefited the state governor. DeSanto says Revenues are outpacing last year's gloomy projections because more businesses are open spending cuts at the start of the pandemic and cares act money or helping to bounce the books. The Legislature will debate the spending plan in March. I'm
Florida passes grim milestone in fight against coronavirus pandemic
"Marked another grim coronavirus milestone Thursday, adding 163 additional virus related deaths, pushing the state's overall death toll past 25,000. Since the covert 19 pandemic began last year, Public's in 18 Florida counties will have more covert 19 vaccine available by this weekend. Another 45,000 appointment slots will be released Friday morning at six
Gov. DeSantis announces expanded Publix vaccinations throughout Florida
"Public's pharmacies in the state will start to distribute the Corona virus vaccine this week, Governor Romney Sanderson, the town of Jupiter announced all 67 public's pharmacies in Palm Beach County will be offering the vaccine not only one of our biggest counties, but you have 25% of this county is 65 older, he says. Seven public stores and neighboring Martin County and Two in Monroe will also have the vaccine available for seniors age of of 65 65 older, older, each each pharmacy pharmacy will will be be able able to to do do up up to to 125 125 inoculations inoculations a a day. day. Reservations Reservations will will be be taken taken starting starting tomorrow, tomorrow, with with the the first first shots shots being being given given out out on on Thursday. Thursday. I'm I'm Joel Joel Malkin.
Driving conversions with bottom of funnel content with Marlon Glover
"So let's talk about what most marketers would consider getting people across the finish. Line you know. We've talked about building awareness. Getting in front of people that are in our personas talked about helping them build credibility and get educated on our class of products or services. And now this week. We want to talk about the bottom of the funnel. How do we get people to buy something. Whether it be a product or service talked me a little bit about the strategies behind building your fiscal your product content. Yeah well this is actually a really fun topic because for me. I can quickly point out. Look clyde the value and importance of building continent the other stages because if you have an expectedly talk clients earlier in that process then is going to be very difficult for them to decision to choose. Us supplier or someone solve their problem and incensio. They're neat so First and foremost that is critical. I mean i know we see in the car. By processors typically nine hundred or so digital interactions. This was from another study from google is not hundred interactions and is court eight hundred of them. Are emails that you didn't subscribe to but go on is true but you know i think that kinda helps us validate this point and and that point is you know if you are present throughout many of those interactions that you want present when they're looking to learn lines then you have less credibility when they're looking at the determined if your solution is right there so that's the importance of some of earlier content. If you're not teaching them then someone else is in there likely leading to their solutions so s person forms. You know there's a dating metaphor. And i'm going to try to say this without being crass vulgar or rude but you know I will turn it back into a product conversation. If you're trying to get across the finish line and you haven't put in the legwork over you know a multiple series of date and you haven't sort of shown in our case that you're Gentleman it's a tall ask and likely something that's going to be turned away and aggressively turned away if you go directly to the sale You know people are gonna think that you're being pushy or aggressive. So i totally understand what you're talking about building the relationship building that credibility starting the customer journey earlier through awareness and education. But once you're building the relationship the right way What are some of the tips in terms of the types of content that you need to have on those product pages to make sure that they're visible showing up and that they're converting so i been I'm impressed that you manage to keep that analogy. Pg great job. Odd done could go sideways at any boards. So let me say this. I think we spend a lot of time talking about e commerce. And i do want to talk about some traditional ecommerce approaches types of content that align with this this kind of purchase and buying stage But you know a large part of my background is in the bbc's and and the beat obese space there's typically multiple stakeholders involved in the buying process certain individuals get involved earlier on other men visuals megan in sort middle stages me may have some unknown stakeholders that tend to come into the mix at the later stages and so what we found. A b side is that there's very unique and civic content. That may be needed for. Let's say a cfo that hasn't been involved in the earliest stages the process at may not care about the the solution per say that you're solving for you know the head of marketing. Right you know. In those instances we're looking to create pieces of content. That uniquely address the questions that they're asking later on in that process so maybe that's a calculator to show the value of the roi of your solution. You know maybe some other type of downloadable content that your internal champions can leave on the desk of a cfo as a leave behind the help sell the value of that with an organization so on the bbc side with that looks like and i only bring that up because i think that there is some parallel that we can draw in the well so for customers and are looking to to make a purchase at the later stages. They're looking to answer this question of Which solution is right for me right. So i've learned all of these things earlier into consideration. Stage you address all of my questions on you. The ba- helped me concussion things. I wasn't considering and now looking to determine if you as a provider are actually helping me saw for those things. Are you actually providing Those needs that you helped me identify. And so i think based off of does the civic needs those solutions on. We should really take careful consideration around the type of content that we create to how answered those latest as questions Sometimes that concept can come in the form of video. So i've told you And i think we've used this example in the past that the blender example right. I told you the things that you should be thinking about. When you're choosing the right blender so let me show you the blenders that we have and the unique features and specs that we offer that aligns the things that told you before that you should be considering right so that type content may be in a form of video where we show you. How how that blender blends how this type of blade performs when you're cutting up this type of vegetable that we talked to you earlier on in this recipe content so this is at this stage. Were looking to understand. Odds answer the question of which solution is right for me. And that should be unique to every product that you offer is directly linked to the unique problems that you address earlier on in that consideration concepts
DeSantis wants hospitals to vaccinate at-risk, elderly Floridians
"Rhonda Rhonda Sanders Sanders continues continues to to say say that that his his plan plan of of immunizing immunizing Florida's Florida's elderly elderly population population for for the the coronavirus coronavirus first first is is better than what other states plan to do A recommendation from CDC that you do so called essential workers, but we were not going to be putting young people ahead of our elderly popular Mission, and I think that recommendation would have done that. That's why, after frontline health care workers and those in nursing homes have had their opportunity. The sadness is allowing members of the general population over the age of 65 to get the vaccine. Several counties have started that this week.
More than 17,000 vaccines have been distributed to Miami Dade front line workers
"South Florida counties are vaccinating the highest amount of people in the Sunshine State in Miami Dade County. More than 17,000 vaccines have been distributed to front line health care workers, along with staff and residents A long term care facilities, According to the Department of Health. Approximately 146,000 people have been vaccinated statewide, the state reporting more than 12,000 new coronavirus cases today, the Department of Health also announced 100 Watt, additional resident deaths. Lengthy covert
Beautiful Email Design That Make Sales
"You've probably heard this phrase I would have written you a shorter message. But i didn't have time. Yes and right. Most people don't take the time to refine their message. And that includes branding so the stuff that shows up the number of emails. I get that have what i like to call like a big. So when you're looking at an email or or any design just look at the different points of things so there's one type of topography another. There's another that's three points. There's a line there's a different kind of line. That's now five points. There's this amount of space between things and now there's this other amount of space between things now the seven points and you're like golf you're trying to get at low as scores possible so unless a line that's different is doing some unique job you're like it has to be that for this specific reason than kill it get rid of it and always trim trim sentence isn't doing specific job get rid of it right get down to your essential message your minimum viable communication. That's when things get really work and so yeah. When i throw up. That's when that's not happening. I've got it figured i out. What we need to do is make the rest of our branding our website and everything else. That really shit. And then we don't have to worry the emails and everything looks aligning. That's all we need. This makes. I think some people have done that. Actually i have seen people who've taken that approach i can see. I can see how this how this works and why this is why. This is really really important. have you seen that. They're suddenly become particular problems. This we stick one image of like a screenshot gif of kennedy or something in an email and some new we got replies from somebody who's using so machete mail client that's emerged from some murray says all well the image didn't lowered when i looked at the email and starts mooning about it. So have you start. Have you found problems as more email clydes taupo where people are still trying to get it to be consistent and work and all these different email clients so good question. If you're template is either well chosen if you ended up using a email template or if you have good designers and developers create it for you. Then this is a non issue you. There's something called graceful degradation so it will gracefully degrade down into a text email in certain that civic clients where you know that's not appropriate it will gracefully degrade down into like if there's no images available all text can be used with as people. What's they're all kinds of ways of removing the obstacles of making it Work well generally speaking though there are best practices about not too many images and not too large File size of images so that things load quickly and that you know you're looking at So many more mobile opens than desktop. That you really need to be paying attention those file sizes so everything snappy but yeah i i think the that is merely over. Now that said if you have a An audience that is primarily out in the australian bush. No this this is not over. You should be sending text emails. And that's it right but if your audience is an audience that is has high speed internet or has good l. t. e. or something like that for their. You know their bandwidth on their phone. Then you're okay providing a reasonable. You know a graphic visual emails and the templates that come with those.
Being a one-man-band in business
"It so if folks want to check out what you're working on. Its use slingshot dot com and your h one is your easiest swag campaign. ever quality branded swag accustomed. merchandise store for employees fans and worldwide fulfillment. And where you stand now. You're the only employee you're single founder. And you do. Have you told me many contractors. Who are doing design or development or fulfillment or just filling in gaps can't handle on a day-to-day basis as founder. Do you wanna give folks an idea of where the business stands whether you are willing to to share revenue just some type of size to give an idea of the stage you launched it. It is december of two thousand twenty and you launched january. So it's about a year old. But i'm guessing you had worked on it for quite a bit before. Then go on that at all. Basically twenty nineteen when i launch it actually. The january first is almost two years. Got yeah totally different model. That was working pretty well. We had about ten clients on that model was month the month. It was neat. Swag story giveaway points and you can kind of transfer those points in to like. Hey he did something. Great there was a kpi or a birthday or start date. I'm really fun. But we knew it was one of the things that wasn't a requirement at a company. They'll still trying to build that really fine. Product market fit for the necessity. And it's hard to do and kobe and march and so when that hit this year every single person quit except for one. We're still trying to build up that market and find out what that was. And since then i've met with a really smart people since then that helped me kind of guide my way to the troop paddock market. That we now have an awesome platform that had of now. We're gonna hit around two hundred thousand by the end of this year and revenue. I saw him the only employee. And i'm wearing billion hatchets. My wife knows and other than that. I am able to really export and pay premium. People don't actually physically. No but i paid for you know fulfillment and some warehouse and now i pay people for marketing and down the building new product releases but allowed me to really focus on sales client relationships etc. So we're doing really well. It's a totally different changements. Still in the same vein that we are giving away grape swag to people deserve it and that's the thing is is your background is in design and you x and if folks want to check you out dribble you've john howard is your username and you actually started an agency called black airplane which is at black airplane dot com that you exited about four or five years ago and he sold it to someone who could who could level it up but i mean the logos on the homepage of that are coca cola. Mcdonald's home depot the weather channel. So i mean those were. I'm assuming clients many clients that you closed right so are you. Are you the double threat of an amazing designer and also an enterprise sales person. That'd be a little braggadocious for me. But i appreciate i think really look at things more for user experience side. And that's what he has given me. An ability always wanted to start a business. I think that was my first love. I lost my job at an agency. That i worked at and kind of forced me into. Hey why not start an agency love business and you love doing design work. That was the kind of love story there. And because of that. I put all of my effort into making that happen. That was black airplane. I did not do any development. There was just a dying we ended up working with some really amazing clydes that you mentioned some of those cola being one of the most recognizable here in atlanta. And because of that. I kind of handed that off at one point that i really wanted to go build a product company especially working with products all the time and people who are doing products and keeps you energized. And i handed off people much more formidable to me to building an agency building that up and they're just doing a tremendous job now and they made it now the full gamut of design and development. So it's really grown. it's blown up. I think eighteen people now. And when i left it was two people and we had eight contractors so big change for you. That's that's cool to know when to hand something off and you know when to let it kind of take wings and give it to someone who perhaps can can take it to that next level if it's not something you want to do. I'm curious then. So you were running this agency. The description on the home pages were a digital product design and development firm in woodstock georgia and we're on a mission to make sure no digital experience gets left behind. You obviously have the chops weather. Your own design skills or through the network of contractors or employees that you worked with to build full on digital products web and mobile whatever. Why start something. A physical component basically a swag not a swag shop. It's it's a. You started a product that allows other brands to launch their own swag campaigns or swag shops versus just going building a suffer product. A sass or whatever because you obviously have the skill and the experience to do that. Yeah and i. I've done that before If i could show my rap sheet of how many things have failed might give you a long list done a lot that they they made minor successes here and there. But i've learned a lot along the way. I'm really fascinated with physical and kind of marrying digital world to a physical product. And i think i've really been obsessed with that for a long time and we'll be excited about it was at Black airplane we didn't slap and i don't know how the slagle it's now there but it's always been great. Slept our websites and name to we're about on people swag. We just gave them really great swag every single time. People would brag on that we had. I used to joke that people would wear the black airplane swag out to the park or on a date they would rip the sleeves off and there and cut grass with it. You know. it wasn't one of those types of shirts that you hated or hats or whatever really nice stuff and i saw. The people got really excited about that and there was a neat. And i'm really obsessed with your experience i wanted to build. This product platform had married that experience of getting something from an employee your colleague or boss and in receiving that in your hand and physically seeing that side of things as well so i got
"clyde w" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts
"Go to black moment is if you study at carefully off the beat. Just exactly as the clicks were at the beginning. It has to be right it that suddenly you wait. Oh it's over. It has to be off the beat. It has to be off the beat. It has to have no more lines. I mean there's no snow more spoken where you just have the the law men kind of encroaching in but as you say you're not going to get a last final poetic moment right. You had your poetic connection but the bullets of flown. The bodies are dead and there's nowhere else to go and the two guys who just happened on the violence who have to look at it as well like what the hell just happened here. And it's a it is a beautiful study in violence and death and fame and how how people matter to me. I love this. And that's and that's I agree with everything you're saying why people matters such a poignant way of putting it where you say you can understand especially in this day and age where we still blame You know media and art forms for all the violence in the world and you know you have. You can't help but question that a little bit but so you say like okay like those reviews that were so critical of this movie. Yes we have a romance of these two bank robbers but no one comes out of this movie and says I want to be a bank robber not for a second because we just needed to build up the mythology of Bonnie and Clyde we needed to change Bonnie and Clyde Right Bonnie and Clyde were not attractive people. These were quite literally ugly and and spiritually ugly ugly people but no we had to make them beautiful and we had to make it so we love them so we could show how horrible this life and the violence that surrounds them really is right. And if if people went out dressed like Bonnie and Clyde they weren't also robbing banks so it's it's okay. Yeah well equipped. Well put their Ted any any final thoughts on on Bonnie and Clyde and its place in Nelly. Say that long with the graduate and in the heat of the night and Dr Doolittle and Guess WHO's coming to dinner. Those five films were nominated for an Oscar in nineteen sixty seven and the films that were essentially overlooked were the graduate and Bonnie and Clyde now guess which films we talk about more today which which to have we done an episode Ana. We haven't done an episode on in the heat of the night. Which by the way is quite a good movie. Yes but compared to these two giants. There's a terrific book about this again. For film enthusiasts. It's called pictures at a revolution by Mark Harris about about the making of all five of those movies and the dynamics that went into the final win for in the heat of the night. Yeah Okay if you if you haven't already listen to it or maybe if you're just hoping for a little retrospective on the year of Nineteen sixty-seven go back and check out episode. Ninety four of classic movie must were Ted and I talk about the graduate. I think especially if you haven't listened to it already and it might be fun to listen to these two episodes in conjunction with each other. Because there's no two ways about it. Obviously the late nineteen sixties was a transformative moment for Hollywood. It is a kind of a watershed moment of global cinema coming together. And and you see that in these two particularly special transcendent movies that. I think hit just as hard today as they certainly did. And nine hundred sixty seven here here thank you ted. Thank you Max. That concludes our episode on Bonnie. And Clyde I would love to hear what you think of this classic movie.
"clyde w" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts
"Clyde Barrow Played by Warren Beatty and Bonnie Parker played by Faye dunaway. Meet when Clyde tries to steal the car belonging to Bonnie's mother Bonnie who is bored by her job as a waitress is intrigued by Clyde and decides to take up with him and become his partner in crime they pull off some minor holdups but their amateur efforts while exciting are not very lucrative. The duo's crime spree shifts into high gear once they hook up with the dimwitted gas station attendant. Cw Moss played by Michael J Pollard and clydes older brother. Buck played by Gene Hackman and wife. Blanche played by still parsons. Who is a preacher's daughter? The women dislike each other immediately and their feud escalates over time. Blanche has nothing but disdain for Bonnie Clyde. Ncw while Bonnie Sees Blanche's flighty presence as a constant danger to the gangs survival. Bonnie and Clyde turned from pulling small time heist into rubbing banks their exploits also become more violent when CW botches parking for a bank robbery. Clyde has to shoot the bank manager in the face after he jumps onto the slow moving cars running board. The gang is pursued by law enforcement including Texas Ranger Frank. Hamer whom they capture and humiliate before setting him free arrayed later catches the outlaws off guard mortally wounding buck with a shot to the head and injuring. Blanche Bonnie Clyde NCW barely escape alive with blanche sightless and in police custody. Hamer tricks her into revealing CW's last name who was up until this point still only an unidentified suspect. Hamer locates Bonnie Clyde and C W hiding at the house of CW's father who thinks that the couple have corrupted his son. The elder moss strikes a bargain with hammer in exchange for leniency. For his son he helps set a trap for the outlaws. Bonnie and Clyde stop on the side of the road to help Mr Moss fix a flat tire. The police in the bushes opened fire and riddle them with bullets. Bonnie and Clyde had a budget of two point five million dollars and then ultimately brought in seventy million at the box office adjusted for inflation. That's a budget of just over. Nineteen million and a box office hall of almost five hundred and forty million dollars..
"clyde w" Discussed on Ghostly
"Welcome to ghostly to Bonnie and Clyde still haunt this world doc rebecca. What's been going on in Europe? All not binding Clyde well a lot of glide not the ghosts yet it. Yeah but I know but I've done well on video perhaps Well we'll get into that later. No let's see. It's it's been busy at work Things get back into gear and I finished I'm out all caught up. Finally on the Great British bake off. Yeah Ah very exciting for me but also sad because now I'm caught up so I have to wait for a new season. I kind of gotten behind for few years so I had like a bunch of seasons to watch and that it was exciting. But then it's all sad in Venice Shou Jing your show agents of shield It's going to have their last season. Yeah I also need to catch up with data so let that let that go. Decent show now the english-speaking thing here weird like the best Jesuit everybody everybody tells you and I've tried several times you just don't let yourself get into it well. I've been watching on Youtube. I've been watching the SIMS Hundred baby challenge so it's buzzfeed okay. And it's this girl that She's single so they thought it would be funny for her to try. Hi It in the Sims four and I've been playing the Sims for because of that. You get obsessed I do and I cheat yeah. She doesn't cheat there's a bunch of rules two hundred baby challenge right so you know if you're into that kind of thing. I find it hilarious. She's got a really cool. Sense of humor are so. I'll I know that anytime I talk to you about anything. You're like Oh wait. Let me pause you playing the SIMS. Yeah the SIMS. That's me so so also for me there's been a lot going on Like you know I've been planning for another year at C. Two. I'm going to say that's a we thing we I mean you a little bit more. Yeah but I've been planning it out. Bob after dark actually created a joint fan. meet up for five after after dark and ghostly fans. This is so exciting I. I'm really looking forward to that and look forward to see general but I'm looking forward to having our own fan meet up. Yeah so if you're if you're in the Chicago land area You don't even have to pay for tickets for this. Meet up because it's right at the fountain out out in the vestibule. Yeah it's a beautiful area McCormack really really nice and Yeah it's before you actually get into the to see to be too so uh-huh and you would still see a lot of people 'cause playing Super Fun and it's It's right on the lake. It's beautiful and it's going to be Saturday at two. Yes Saturday February twenty ninth Saturday February twenty ninth year so leap here those of you with a birthday. I mean celebrate and for this meet up. I mean it's not gonna be us like you know doing a show or anything we're GONNA be talking to you guys 'cause we WanNa meet you WanNa know what what what you like and what you dislike and just hang closely. Even and speaking of that on Facebook ghostly started a group for the ghostly society Heidi Yeah what's the go-slow Society so goes society is grossly fans ghostly fan basically people like the hardcore for the hardcore fans. Those that want to get a little deeper. Maybe get some extra scoop into our research and episodes kind of get some early preview of what's GonNa be happening. Yeah it's been so much fun getting to know everyone in there We we've known a lot of these people for a while but it's really it's really nice that they're interacting with each other and talking and it's like a party it is at lots of stories and I've pulled some of the best ones to maybe shares listener. Mail down the road go to the starting today. I've got one really that good. Oh well if you haven't found your way there make sure to check it out It's facebook dot com slash rush groups slash ghostly society. That's a lot to type in or you can go to our page. FACEBOOK DOT com slash goes Lee podcast. And there'll it'll be a way to enter the society from there. Oh and ghostly hit milestone. Yeah we officially hit a hundred thousand downloads. Unloads Amazing just over a year. Yeah that's it's insane We really think every single one of you for getting the word out and letting people know that you know go sleaze a thing. Yeah I mean I hope you're enjoying the episode still and that you so wanNA keep listening. I mean I would definitely say that We are probably the best paranormal podcasts. That debates bates ghost stories. Yes so I mean I haven't heard of another one I would say we're probably the best ad yes so I wanted to talk. Talk a little bit about this episode before we get to far in and I forget to mention it okay. So Valentine's Day is quickly approaching. I have to stop myself from saying Valentine yes you did. I was so proud of you right there. I was great I saw I saw post A girl grow posted. Like one of those memes that said You start dating a guy and then you realize that he says Valentine's really hand and then you break up with us. Everybody was commenting like. Yep definitely wow I do say that but I'm trying to get better. There's just going to say. Are you looking back over your past relationships and thinking wait. One was the first moment they broke up with people right around Valentine's Today Chicago thing is outside there. Okay and we say everything weird. So Valentine's Day is quickly approaching and last year. We did the only go story that you think about when you hear Saint Valentine's Day right the Saint Valentine's Day massacre. Yes where he had to say that we're at a lot I did and I messed it up a lot so go back and listen to that I say Valentine a lot. I think we should change it to Valentine. Just be easier for me so I enjoy doing that episode. How `Bout you a lot of fun and that was one with Mondo right was one of our first ones with him and Super Fun we had actually got on a tour and saw the site and everything so a lot of fun. Yeah so the only problem with doing in such an iconic story is that you have to follow it up afterward right. There's gotta be something for the next year so it's a daunting task because of how much John Joy that episode but I started to analyze this whole Valentine's Day concept and try to get to the core of it so what what goes into Valentine's Day I thought of young lovers out on a date. Flowers Candy White Castle White Castle has a white white castle for those that are not in the Chicagoland area and I think they have one in Arizona now. Oh Yeah Yeah. They are little tiny burgers that make you go potty a lot there is the best food place but it is a fast food place. It's Kinda scuzzy. But for Valentine's Day they actually actually take reservations and so I had called for years to find out and they got mad at me in and were like Sir. You have to take this serious serious and but yeah so you go there. And it's the regular you know menu but You have a server serving us. Imagine going to McDonald's donalds but they have it all like decorated and then actually tables laws and everything and then they come to your table and your order for Valentine's really cool so Yeah so that's that's probably the core of it to me is all that makes the romance into Valentine's Day Burgers. Yeah a little burgers flowers candies in lovers on a date. Okay so then I thought what if there was a famous Amos couple that were super in love that everybody knew about and they died together so what what if they were ghost and then it hit me Bonnie and Clyde so I quickly looked to see if there were any ghost stories around the famous couple apple and There were tons actually. So that's how we came up with the concept of Bonnie and Clyde a valentines days go story story yet and now I think this is the perfect choice but I will say In doing research for this there are also many Tragic love story goes stories out there so I think it'll be good for future years. Okay good with Valentine's Day But I'm excited because this S. I think is probably the biggest one. Yeah absolutely but of course before we get into the story we got some stuff to take care of. So Rebecca. Do we have listener mail. As I mentioned we do I decided to pull one from our group our new ghostly society group on facebook just a little taste of the kind of things that you might find the group group. You can join that So this is from a listener and she posted this and I actually Kinda generated some discussion. There were posting of Flyers just from advertisements passed. So she's kind of asking a question and so you have any insight into this I'm sure this listener would love if you joined her group group and and Added some information to what she's asking about so This is one of our listeners. Whitney and here's what she wrote. It's here's a weird one. I would love an explanation if you have one pat so scholar Pat at but I think I would also say to any of our listeners if you have any the any help for her. My mother got me several talking bubba bears when I was little. I do not remember talking Bubba. I thought it was Buddha. No no that's what I read. I don't know what she's talking okay. It makes totally different kind of ghost. Yeah so I guess this was probably yeah. We're just outside of my childhood somehow At one was the bedtime BUBBA. He said a few things that could be considered kind of creepy. Probably to get a few nervous giggles out of kids like myself. I don't know what those are but we'll let that go. We can let our nation's run for some reason. My mom didn't like the bedtime Bubba Ebba. He freaked her out where the other bears didn't and my mom likes scary movies and was not. He's spooked easily. She took the batteries out of the talking bubba after are weaker so but he continued speaking now. My original thought was that it was residual actress held in the wires but it continued for a few weeks until my mom throught dude away because she was so creeped out. I remember talking about being scare. Are I remember her talking about being scared. She slammed alleged shut any outside trash can. Yeah so I don't know I don't really have anything You know I guess I would have to be there. I don't want to question her When it comes to this like her memory might be different? It might have lasted for ten minutes but it felt like it was forever for but I don't. I don't think that that's true. I just I don't have an explanation for it. It's ghosts yeah. I don't even know if it would be ghost. Why wouldn't it be like demon Sir side? You know yeah that's right. I'd I have no I but I really appreciated the story and I really like to hear it because again again I might be a skeptic but I love a good ghost story especially when I can't figure anything out for him. Yeah yeah there's been some some talk of lithium batteries but that will be. No one was sure about it. Yeah so anyways Joined the group joined ghostly society and hear those stories share your own one remember you can always email us and if you have any idea of what this talking Bubba. Buddha definitely let us know bubble Buddha Buddha bubble there should be a bubble Buddha air Yeah so I I really don't know but I really appreciated Whitney. Thank you for writing that Sorry I couldn't give you you any explanation. I know you were looking for it or trying to get one from me. But I don't have that so we're reaching out to to our listeners..
"clyde w" Discussed on Unspooled
"Farm his gun and they shoot the bank sign i mean this movie is saying violence is our only way out of this it's the only thing that's gonna make you happy that's the first time these guys smile and now kind of brings us to the point where we go all right so this movie is forty two on the list of the af is top one hundred films of two thousand and seven do we feel like this is an appropriate place for this movie it's about about middle okay with it i really loved the movie rewatching at this time i love love loved it i loved it so much i learned it i left it the way bonnie clyde yeah i don't know if i need it to be in the thirties i think if it was in the sixties it'd be too low hovering where we are i think it's interesting because i've been going back and forth about where i put two thousand and one and i feel like two thousand and one in this movie go hand in hand in a certain way because they brought forth a new style of filmmaking that has influenced so many things when i was watching this movie i was like oh well without bonnie and clyde there's no dukes of hazzard which is from tristan standpoint the furthest you can get this is the guy who plays frank hammer is jesse in the dukes of hazzard are you know and it and it was and i just love that idea that this film inspired so many people and so many mothers and fathers showed this to their kids and those are the kids who are making movies now and i feel like this is the door that opened to them i talked to so many people who love this movie and have such a connection to it from their childhood so i do feel like this may be the perfect spot for films that blew open the door for so much more you know i think that that that is an interesting way to kind of look at this you know it definitely is a great movie but now it's almost been trumped by people who've combined comedy and violence and drama i mean quentin tarantino is a perfect example of someone who really dives into this in a major major way and it's kind of blown this out in in a way that for me was my first exposure to this but without this film there's no winter ten i think tarantino does this really well the bonnie and clyde shows you that you can't do this without grounding it in characters who really love each other that's why go back to my true romance idea true meant i think tony scott is a great director as well and that movie i love alabama and clarence i think they are an amazing couple and you watch them make all these bad decisions and you watch them get deeper and deeper into trouble and they didn't need to get that trouble but you buy it they are they are the bonding clyde of the hollywood and cocaine they're not they're not brabin banks but they're doing like a weird cocaine deal in the middle of crappy la so i think we're both in agreement this movie is properly placed it is but you know what i'm gonna give you the last word today named e w jones is the real life person that cw moss was based on because after buying comes out he's still alive he gives an interview to playboy magazine and this is his review of it he said the only thing that ain't plum silly the way they play it is the gun battles them was real enough to almost make me hurt the way they showed clyde is all wrong clyde never bragged moss was a dumb kid who run errands and doug what clyde told him that was me all right but they messed up showing moss as driver of the car so much and haven't him fixed on it all the time we'd junk a car if anything went wrong with it and get another one that buddy and cloud movie made it look all sort of glamorous but like i told them teenage boys sitting near me at the drive in show in it take it from an old man who was there it was hill i mean there's other that's amazing and i love that he was interviewed about this movie the best review we could possibly get and.
"clyde w" Discussed on Unspooled
"What are you against him and i'm the only candidate who is against him no that is amazing and i would have voted for one hundred percent i would have gotten to the polls i think before we wrap this up i want to just talk about the violence we've talked a lot about it in a general context but specifically the blood that you see in this movie it's apparently for the time nineteen sixty seven incredibly intense and there are scenes here that are saying the ending scene like we're just talked about you know it is you see a fragment of clyde scalp flying off which wasn't oh my gosh to the jfk assassination they wanted to kind of show that jfk was assassinated not far from where bunny and clyde grew up but like they were doing these things the first movie to ever use squibb's which is a commonplace now which is basically like a blood bag that you put under your clothes there's a little electrical charge and then blood comes out i have been squeezed it hurts like like a paintball shot it you feel something because it's a little explosion on your your chest and you're always nervous because you are being wired up to have an explosion happened on your chest i think one of the things though that makes the violence intense is not visually what's going on but auditorium what's happening in warren beatty is a little avai sive about really mythology ising this movie or telling a lot of behind the scene stories but i did find how he was inspired to create the sounds of the gunfire and it was actually inspired by the movie shane he thought the gunfire shane was so intense and he went went and met with the sound designer that phil thing that really interested me where the gun shots in shane i said i don't understand how you didn't it well he told me we got some trash cans he said and you put a shotgun into the trash can and he just blow the hell out of it and it just spreads all over the soundtrack and it's just it's great and i said that's a good idea so we did that we put the shotgun into the trash cans and every time we fired a shot now you realize telling you this i'm ruining the gunshots for you what that's fine even there he doesn't wanna tell you how it was done but that sound that power of it inform beatty i think one of the first screenings is going up to the sound is going to raise the volume of this gunshot anything it again puts forward that idea like show don't tell but he's showing through the sense of the violence is coming through so hard in the in the sound of the fire that it's even more scary than most films even now because the gunshots do feel real they do and also us just caring about bonnie and clyde makes violence feel so awful i mean this violent violent horrible period american life that i think reflects just as badly as the quote unquote good people who weren't robbing banks i mean when bonnie and clyde got shot up and they took their car into town with their bodies still in it the people who lived in this town in louisiana where like reaching in they were grabbing the glass they are cutting pieces of bunnies hair off they're cutting pieces of address off somebody actually tried to cut off clydes ear so many tried to cut off his trigger finger i mean it's like this is who we are we love fame absolutely and we also have to kind of point a finger at the fact that this is a time where crooked that's a new word i'm inventing creek ary how do you say with an e y is apparent in even in the little seen where the visit that farmhouse and they're staying there overnight and then they meet the guy's been victimized by the bank the banks are foreclosing on all of these houses so much so that the banks are going bankrupt like there's greed going on in this movie that you're seeing a lot of different sides of it yeah in the solution we see in the scene at the farmhouse is that clyde gives the man whose farm was taken and the men who worked on the.
"clyde w" Discussed on Unspooled
"Bye baby like to sound really pretentious minute i think that this movie is pulling from the odyssey 'cause they're on this extended adventure they can't go home again and you have these oracle figures really who show up in they say these faded gigantic things you have these characters who seem larger than life i mean this is mythology right to the point that in here's where i get crazy but like when bonnie and clyde get really shot up but they haven't died yet and cw moss's driving them around he pulls by this river and he's kind of the chauffeur of the dead and i'm thinking he's like they're like river sticking it right now it seems like this movie knows that that's an illusion that is making and usually i feel like i'm being incredibly pretentious but this movie is so crafted that i think i think i think it's there i am kind of seeing that entire sequence totally new light and they feel like it works now i will say at one point not to burst any bubbles but because i think a lot of people saw a lot in this film and arthur penn has said you know people have told us a bunning clyde were you know it was really about vietnam or about police brutality or lee harvey oswald or about what and after a while i just took the shrugging if you think so he goes i just think it's about bonnie and clyde but i think that the script really does take you on this training because it's not just about bunny clyde you could make this movie very simply and it would probably be a huge success that would have gotten reviewed very positively and they're doing choices gazi film style is a choice it's not stumbled upon they are making big choices here and whether or not they understand that they're influenced by this or not i think that they are because they're trying to build something bigger they're falling into it so i i agree with you i don't agree with arthur no screw you at the pen just because you these amazing things like you talked at the beginning of this episode about warren babies clyde barrow being so happy that bonnie has put his story in the paper that understands and then is made him important will this film opens up with him telling her story i kind of use the word pivot in the middle because i feel like this film is perfectly structured where it's doing it goes in one way and it goes out with the exact reverse scenes of it she's jumping on his lap and they're not getting anywhere in the beginning then he tells her her life story then you see these fdr posters and on the way back out you see the fdr posters he tells her life story and they also do finally managed to bone and i have to sound clips i wanna sound clip crazy i love it the first one i wanna play is just him telling her life story because this reminds me so much of the wizard of oz school or take too much because she was a lot smarter than everybody else you just put one day now when you were sixteen seventeen it was a guy who worked in a cement plant wreck cement plant and you liked him because he thought you just as nice as you could be and you almost married that guy but can you know you didn't think you would so then you got your your job in the cafe and then you wake up every morning you hate it you just hate it you get on down there and you put on your white uniform hake and truck drivers committee too greasy burgers they kitchen you could him back protest stupid dumb bull isn't.
"clyde w" Discussed on Unspooled
"Know this gangster stuff went out with james cagney he wasn't supportive of the film at all and you know no one believes in this movie at all warner brothers even offered beattie ridiculous deal which was a two hundred thousand dollars salary plus forty percent of the gross forty percent of the gross not the net the film made over fifty million dollars this movie singlehandedly made warren beatty into one of the most successful producer actor writers in hollywood i mean so successful just to put him in context is he is the only person besides orson welles at citizen kane who has been nominated for acting directing writing and producing the same film and he did it twice orson welles only did it once not this film but heaven can wait in red it's amazing and i feel like we're finding a trend here with all these films that they come out they're not well received and then they seep into the consciousness and then they are so tremendously received i mean this will be did so well overseas that they brought it back to the states and essentially re released it yet there's something about these movies that maybe they were just right ahead of their time and then the time caught up like i don't wanna read too much of this review because i think it's like seventy thousand words long okay wow but polling kill my hero who wrote the definitive review of bonnie and clyde where she put it into a bunch of context she defended it she said that this was a really important movie and heard defended this movie is what made a lot of other critics around because bosley crowther wasn't the only one who hated it like joe morgenstern who vote for newsweek at the time now for the wall street journal who i love joel morganson center.
"clyde w" Discussed on Unspooled
"A free month of stitcher when you sign up right now so subscribe share follow and you will see that it will make a big difference for us subscribe share or follow and thank you for listening wow that was an awesome interview and now back into me and amy i wanna talk about this in a larger way because i liked this movie a lot but i think one of the things that left me wanting or not feel like i love this movie was the fact that this movie at the time broke boundaries but now it feels passe to a certain extent and and that idea of culturally speaking what it did and does it hold up i don't know because we've gone past it this was this broke the wall open and this is interesting argument about the list is is that on the list because it holds up or is it on the list because it just was the first one there right you're feeling the same way about this is i was about french connection one hundred percent yeah where we've just seen this get copied and copy and copied like i love natural born killers i love heather's i love all of the all of the ones i grew up with that were my films i before aw bonnie and clyde absolutely i think morgan fairchild actually puts it into a great perspective did you know that morgan fairchild was the standin for faye dunaway yes so here she is talking a little bit about the cultural impact of the film people now are so used to these gory slasher films and so much worse violence that it's hard to see bonnie and clyde in the in the prison of the way it would seem at that time to see them riddled with bullets even before the wild bunch i mean this was just incredibly graphically violent for the time in created a big stir when the movie came out now kids look at it and it would probably seem pretty tain the back man it wasn't that was another way that it was cutting edge is introducing a bit more reality oriented violence into films yes so that was something that i feel like now understanding where it falls it's interesting but at the same time it feels a little a little team and i think the things that was a track two more was the juxtaposition of comedy and violence but that is also something that there's so many films i mean crank is an amazing example of i do too so good thank you i mean to that point maybe this is a good segue to talk about old film reviews for a second okay because binding clyde win this movie shows up in nineteen sixty seven it's so new and it's so raw that it creates a schism in the film critic world and like a critic loses his job over it a major critic who are going to come across i'm sure many times over the hundred episodes that we're doing the new york times is bosley crowther he hated by he thought it was horrible horrible horrible horrible he hated the the violence he called it quote it cheap piece of baldfaced slapstick comedy a ridiculous camp tincture try to see and as pointless as it is lacking in taste and he pulled a taran he wrote negative stuff about it week after week he got a bunch of reader hate mail about it and the new york times it was like maybe it's time we retire the sixty two year old guy and he showed a beer viewing our movies name more because he's out of step well it is interesting though because he wasn't the only one that wasn't supporting the movie i mean the studio behind bonnie and clyde didn't even support it there's a great story jack warner who was running the studio at the end of the first screening said that was the longest two hours eleven minutes i've ever seen that was a real three piss picture i'm sorry three this is two hours this is he sick fairly jack warner dictated a movies worth by how many times he had to get up and go to the bathroom he got up within the first hour and they all knew it's bad and i just love that he judges movies by piss taking but he believed that you.
"clyde w" Discussed on Unspooled
"The texas wasn't that thing that was in movies which is confused texans with zona and and it was very helpful to be to know to meet the people in see the terrain if people don't get texas right and they never do no they just don't this first greening was in the montreal film festival l is called went to that first of all and she said the audience loved it she said she wasn't he wasn't wanted to live things like that so the audience really loved it but all the critics hated it and what happened is that word of mouth kept that movie running the critic for wall street journal joe morgenstern went to the end he hated hated and his wife who's an actress thought ephraim and said are you crazy this is wonderful i went back in and did the most courageous thing any critic i've ever known his he rewrote is in changed his mind and that took such guts i always admired him so not just forgiving a good review but but the fact that he was really a man of enormous character to have done that how do you believe in it so strongly that whole three years what kept you yes i really dining david and i both believe that was a really fine move billy wright really fine screenplay and and and that it could make a really great movie but we were very lucky that we got arthur penn arthur penn was perfect director for and his working relation with warren allu some nice fraught with an enormously productive relationship there so perfect because he understood the style of the film that a lot of the film wasn't just subject matter but was this all a lot of any phil isn't just the subject matter it is the style that you approached the film with i just saw pygmalion early nineteen thirty eight doolittle henry higgins and the guy he colonel whatever is or in covent garden and they see elisa doolittle selling flowers and and they stand there talking about her like they're at the aspca talking about an animal in a cage and in the middle is shot a close up of wendy hiller and there's in this moment there's a feral kanus it you see in her that makes her not a victim for the rest of the victory so easy to make her a victim that is finally grew and right but in this case it's at one shot that tells you she can take as much he can deal that there maybe movies that are not great but have in them great moments and there should be a special category for for those films should be another list that you should be with bonnie and clyde you write the great american anti heroes and then you write superman the great american hero were you gonna musical that flopped on broadway call superman and it was it came out late march our son was born in april twentieth and the day i went to take cr's to the theater you know they said everybody's going on half salary it's not it's nicole no audience in our superhero moment the idea that a superhero play wouldn't do on broadway blowing my mind i don't know things just didn't work out and when they ask us to do sewer and it was a it was a novel by mario puzo that we were to translate so we did that i oppose famously in the godfather yes and it was fun we i an i sound we worked and we did this crypt and then i went off the best i love super i love the movie super brian very much the best moment and the best line in the movie is when a sue who ran i catches lois lane falling off the top of the daily planet building he says don't worry i got you and she says i know you got me but who's got you i no i didn't write that either david rohde or lesley wrote her tomenko but i didn't write it and i thought dick donald fabulous colin that'd be a really good job on that baiter i can't imagine that moving any better than it was left makes an iconic hollywood hero it is if you can make him or her human if they don't if.
"clyde w" Discussed on Unspooled
"A brief break right here to talk with the writer of bonding clyde i was away shooting a movie and amy sat down with robert benton to kind of find out a little bit more about this amazing film so ticket away amy it is my extreme honor to be sitting down right now with robert benton the co screenwriter of bunny and clyde and i'm just grinning from ear to ear hello robert who i am ruining ear likewise okay well i have so many things i want to ask you and i just want to plunge in whatever okay well let's just talk about texas this is talk about texas let's talk about texas you are from texas you're from wack wack mahachi texas raise in waxahachie which when i looked up that's really close to where binding killed their second victim that was in hillsboro texas so growing up did you know people who knew about bonnie and clyde do they think about it they were huge folk heroes on halloween kids would dress up as clyde girls would have chocolate cigars in their mouth and they would go from house to house with with fake guns and say you know trick or treat my father who was the most law abiding personal world who had to others both of them were murdered read true detective magazines all the time and there were all these stories about bonnie they were they they had a great story they weren't there's large there's still insure are pretty boy floyd but they were intact in that world everybody knew them and revered them even though they were l laws even though they might have killed people that people knew they had that selective vision that i'm afraid people in texas pat and it was that what they remembered is robbing the banks and what they remember is they were poor people who took life into their own hands and they were both heroes when the new wave began to break in in the united states and movies like gills in gem and four hundred blows and shoot the piano player or breathless were enormous influences on american film and at that time american film was sort of more of on that was not there were good directors working with donald ours inspiring picture that were being done i think i saw gills and jim i don't know fifteen twenty times and i saw we just kept going back to see and then at some point why partner and i we decide to write a scream we had to write us a frank screen blood said in the united states and you are magazine writers are director esquire he was editor that square and and if he known that i couldn't spell punctuate he might have reach out to partnership but at that time a young writer named peter bogdanovich later became very well known director the day we started to write it we originally he calls and said come over to screening room at the museum on her i'm screening rope so we went we draw our win over there and we watch rope and we came back and hitchcock's single tame single take one it was one single that was a enough to set himself problems and ingeniously get out of them he's like houdini getting locked in the trunk and dropped into the ocean and for your that's what that does sort of mo for or hitchcock and there is a scene and bonnie clyde this directly comes directly out of hitchcock there's there's a scene in which bonnie and clyde and buck and blanche and cw are sitting around with nutty more on a on an garage apartment and we deliberately said you look out the window and they don't see what you see the sheriff's department out there so you're ahead of the a lot of hitchcock's films had to do with knowing when to be a head of the main characters and so we that we wrote that scene directly influenced by by hitchcock we had some readings of the of the treatment to see how it would play two evenings of of readings and one of those grains was woman named helen scott in those days hello scott was the head of the french film office she was a dear friend for foes in fact if you look at the truffaut hitchcock book she's the one who's doing the translating out turn on the fly there's a picture of helen and she heard it and she liked it very much and.
"clyde w" Discussed on Unspooled
"And brought it to america it's showing people in ways that we're not used to seeing it anything bunning clyde we're doing that in real life and this movie then up zante and says well here people who are doing things that you may never saw smoking a cigar in the paper and now we're gonna show you in a movie about them that you've never seen i'm not very familiar with like french new wave but i think that that's what a lot of people say this is a very french new wave film as a matter of fact they i went to truffaut and godiva to direct this film like before they went to arthur penn wow that they wanted to do that with an iconic american couple about america in a really specific american time which can happen you know angrily made some of the best movies about american cowboys like people can bring new perspectives you don't have to have an american do an american film but it is the reason they did not go with good dr is good dard wanted to shoot the movie in new jersey in the winter and they're like no this is about oklahoma kansas texas you know my my train of the and he got mad and he said i'm talking about cinema and you're talking weather that by it and by the way that's the most perfectly french thing to do also to shoot it new jersey in the middle of winter makes no sense it makes me feel like he didn't want to direct obeys if you do something ridiculous i'll do it it's sort of like clad but can they be giraffes in a supermarket well you know the the writers of this film to were not screenplay writers they were reporters they wrote for esquire and when they putting together a film they pulled a lot of different research in and one of the other things that kind of has been excised from the film was not that warm babies character was impotent but that he was bisexual and warren beatty talked about this he was i have no problem being bisexual but i believe that if we show that you know i am bisexual and that i can only kind of be erect and aroused when i'm in this three way with michael politics character cw moss who is amazing i love him in scrooge he's amazing and this is the guy in screw one of the best scenes where they're talking about where they mistake him for for richard burton and then basically bill murray does like this crazy richard burton impression it's amazing scene i i love scripts so they were going to have this three way but i think at the end of the day they all decided that because they were doing such heinous crimes that then then to show them being quote unquote like sexual perverts would make you feel less sympathetic to the characters which is an interesting choice but it was reminds me of monster people being like it's a just unite you have charlotte's throne wearing academy award for playing a lesbian which is great but it's also lesbian who murders a bunch of people it shows you how far we've come to but i feel you can see traces of that still no there's that scene where where bonnie wakes up in bed and they're snoring and you see cw moss and the background you see warren beatty in the front and you realize she's sleeping in between the two men but in the most unsexy way yet you still get this idea of intimacy in the three of them i wanted to ask you about that scene so he's snoring very loudly and then she kind of checks in on them and goes back to sleep he opens his eyes so he's just basically hiding from being intimate from like i mean that's basically his whole his whole thing is i can never let her get close to me we can we always have to be around people like part of the gang i think was to keep her away sexually doesn't it feel like he's adding these human walls between them basically a human shield like we can't have sex my brothers right there exactly yeah see w moss in the room with us and it seems to.
"clyde w" Discussed on Unspooled
"Of the things i was surprised about in the spillman how funny it is like these are for lack of a better term morons right there dummies like they're a little bit dumb and yes they may have these moments of being like clever like what we just heard like your waitress but and i don't know if this is a derogatory term but they're like hicks they're just sort of but they're they're trying to be better than themselves yeah these are people who have maybe grown up in hollywood she would definitely be trying to be an actress of in tabs down her plan and yet talking about him playing off of her or him kind of building off of our he wouldn't exist if not for the way that she was playing him the bank over they do right after that the bank doesn't have any money and he makes the teller go out to tell her that the bank has no money just so she doesn't take it out on clyde just so she doesn't think clyde couldn't handle it exactly i he needs a permission slip to not rob this bank it is such a funny juxtaposition of images because again using bonding clyde oh this is about these mastermind you know bank robbers and they live this exciting life and everything i knew about the film was kind of totally put a skew because his movie really fluctuates through extreme violence we talked about the very sexy nature of the film then just really broad commie that music that like the kind of hillbilly yet that music is amazing in it's such jets position to what you're seeing throughout the film and well what you're talking that i think is mythology like fine clyde aren't american myth this like in love couple that ran across the country robbing tons of banks left behind real photos that were just them making out kissing her looking glamorous him looking glamorous hanging out with an glamorous gang of other beautiful criminals i mean we looked up to them for a minute in the thirties because they were doing everybody wanted to do and then the public tied on bunion clyde turned because they started killing way too many cops and become unpopular so the myth changed again and then this movie comes out that presents the myth one more time but then like you're saying just undermines the whole way i mean they look like the coolest couple in the world but it doesn't make it look like we should all be criminals well it's interesting 'cause the movie that i think about when i was watching this film and i'm sure this has been made a million times is natural born killers it has a similarity in tone it's you know they are they're not the smartest but they're doing they're they're fuelled by this i mean true romance has an element of this as well i mean i think that's a movie i'm much more familiar with.
"clyde w" Discussed on Unspooled
"I believe in being semantic as much as possible i love it and it makes me believe that you love this movie if you have a bunny costume at the ready there's this thing that happens when you look at a woman and say that is my style icon and faye dunaway in bonnie and clyde just hands down my god if i could step into any human body the planet i was like knocked out by her style her look it it really took me off guard because i think you're used to seeing these people as they are now i mean i think most people think of bonding clyde as the two people who messed up the oscars a couple years ago when they accidentally gave the wrong academy award to la la land instead of moonlight an oscar history but these are two of the sexiest people especially at that time in one of the sexiest movies this movie is so sex even though it's about a guy who can't get it up and has to get up his gun i i mean i was blown away just how the movie starts like she's naked on a bed we're tight on her face her lips everything is popping in your immediately in and there's no even dialogue at the beginning you're just kind of existing with her staring at her and i feel like she does the job of kind of getting you into the film well there's no dialogue with there so much information in that scene you know lots times movies you have a girl who wakes up and she's rolling around in bed and she's just beautiful shady has like her whole makeup one but this is a movie about a girl who's trying to be extra beautiful who's looking at herself in a mirror who's fixing her hair who so beautiful i'm so bored and so restless and then she gets in her bed she starts pounding on the bars and it looks like she's in a jail cell and she's taking her frustration on a bed which is basically what she is going to be doing the whole movie because clyde barrow won't make love to her that whole impotent subplot of this film kind of just went over my head the first time i saw it i think i saw it in high school i didn't even stand that was a thing and it didn't think impotence was thing i don't think i knew that much about sex in high school i was probably a little bit more sheltered or at high school i was like that doesn't that doesn't break i didn't understand that these are things that happen to people but i've seen porkies nothing i mean i just think that it's such an interesting switch this whole movie is giving you one thing in the minute you get comfortable with the one thing they're pulling it in a different direction and i want to talk about the begins film like we said it's lips and it's the coke bottle they're just you know it's like knowing she's playing with that cook but on our lips oh roddick it's crazy her posturing like we're watching people's to do see each other in the scene she is trying this giant put on act actually even wanna play a little clip of it because the voice that we hear bani putting on in this i is her just trying to impress the hell out of this guy who she doesn't know but he's the most exciting thing she's ever seen because he was trying to steal her car going work anyway you going to work business cheer movie star lady mechanic no me what do you think i a waitress he nails it and you just see her act deflate a little bit she puts it back on from entity end she starts walking with the pelvis out in the next scene with plan with the coke bottle but he's onto her from the beginning that this is a girl who's desperate for some fun we'll they also seemingly come from the same background they're both putting on these airs like i think the sense that i get from the film is without each other there would be no bonnie and clyde it's not like she's not along for the ride as much as he's creating the ride so she will come along with him like you know he robs that first general store really to just impress her like he doesn't seem like a mastermind criminal as a matter of fact one.
"clyde w" Discussed on Unspooled
"To our podcast where we go through af is top one hundred films of all time the two thousand seven list now i'm going to take it away from amy right here because she is currently in kazakhstan at a film festival i am here in the studio looking at all of your two thousand and one responses and they have been absolutely great if you've not been following us on our facebook group or your wolf message boards or even on our twitter account you might have missed some great little gyms that people have been finding edward b saul found this great little thing from arthur c clark's original production diary there's a lot of just little details throughout the entire thing and he writes may thirty first one hilarious idea we won't use seventeen aliens featureless black pyramids writing an open cars down fifth avenue surrounded by irish cops now i know that that's without any context but if that was seriously considered what the hell is that bidding on that movie that wasn't just a thrown off thing he said behind a monitor while drinking a cup of coffee i will be very very disturbed one of the best parts of reading all your feedback was seeing that a lot of you tried two thousand and one for the first time and liked it or revisited it and kind of appreciated on a different level and taylor and photo wrote something about how she said i feel no empathy to how at all i don't necessarily believe that he could feel things but i tribute his feelings to more like someone we might classify as a sociopath and in the end when he keeps on repeating what he was afraid of i didn't believe he was really afraid but he knew he could play dave's empathy and that would save it was all about manipulation to get what he wanted which was to live and continue his mission well there you go the hot take on hal now last week we asked you a very important question bonding clyde a conic duo obviously in the film that we're about to talk about play by faye dunaway and warren beatty an iconic pair who is your perfect pair could be anywhere it could be from literature music whatever you put them together we want to hear it let's listen hey guys tom from santa cruz here i think it would be awesome if you had jackie gleason and art carney as the honeymooners playing bonnie and clyde i think keep inside and leonardo capela it would be awesome as bonnie and clyde they're awesome and everything else but man relevance in bonnie and clad romo brown and jonathan van this where i kinda do jay z and beyond state i think simon pegg nick frost said starting to remaking funny and costs i would love to see a bonding clyde reboot starring the iconic duo of ria butcher and cameras busy though i can't think of anyone more conic at this point in time then pete davidson arianna guerande for my body and claude movie i'm casting tonia harding and jeff louis okay i really don't care who plays bonnie and clyde but i want any ryan to play the gene hackman character those are amazing i gotta say i would see jay z beyond say bonnie and clyde remake even if they just made an extra long music video i think it would be amazing pete davidson and arianna 'grande too soon people too soon for them to be conic a do not agree i love pete i love arianna i do not think they are they are ready to take on the mantle just give them like six more months please all right let's get into it amien i talking about the funding fight number forty three on the list bonnie and clyde aiming for people who cannot see this which is everybody because it's podcast you are dressed right now as as bonnie and know your pat me up i love it of course you have to work you're in full body outfit i have i have a clyde hat which i also where we'll take a picture it doesn't fit over my headphones but i love that you came dressed to the podcast you know just because nobody can see us doesn't mean that you can't see me does that make english no it does i can't see you you can't i am here and.
"clyde w" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Confident car buying experience some features not available in all states all right welcome back to our program the poll question today is which teams that are currently seeded third and fourth in the nba playoffs the best chance to make it to the finals clyde drexler born in new orleans mr houston himself played his ball and collegiately high school professionally in houston with obviously a long stop and portland in between he'll be out here in just a few moments the commissioner of the big three and then the guy who is doing his best to take clydes mantle in portland damian lillard prior to taking on the new orleans pelicans in the first round of the playoffs he will join us here on the rich eisen show so very rarely do i get corrected so quickly i'm corrected a lot i'm not right a lot my sense is at the dallas cowboys wanted to figure out how does could take a haircut his sixteen you mentioned it's a twelve million dollar salary the cap hit is sixteen and a half the only player with a larger cap hated that position this year is mike evans utah and tampa so clearly dallas wants him to take a haircut stephen jones has been as passively aggressive on this front at every single time a microphone seems to be placed in front of him avocado sation about does brian and bryant is not seemingly been interested in taking any haircut whatsoever he is now at the stars they say in frisco texas where the cowboys have their billion dollar practice facility and offices.
"clyde w" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"Oh, and by the way throughout the movie, we get the sense that Bonnie and CLYDE never had an intimate relationship. We don't see that until the very end, but that's something historians have actually debated even though WD shared a room with them, they'd often send him off onto little errands so they could have some longtime after all their lovers. Going back to the movie were soon introduced to Clyde's brother buck. He's played by Gene Hackman in along with his wife style, Parsons character blanche. They join up with CLYDE Bonnie and CW to form what they refer to as the barrow gang. One of the first things they do after reuniting is take pictures. It's here that we see Warren Beatty's version of CLYDE barrow pose in front of a car with a Thompson machine gun or Tommy gun is commonly called then von. Any takes one in front of the car with a pistol in her hand and a cigar hanging out of her mouth. The time in place with his photos were taken was changed, but they are real photos. I'll make sure to add them to the based on a true story Facebook group. So you can see them if you want to shoot after snapping the photos in the movie client says they should take vacation at up to Missouri where the law isn't looking for them trying to lay low for a bit. The gang heads up to Joplin Missouri and things don't turn out to be very calm. When the cops show up the gang barely makes out of their live, although three cops get killed in the process that shootout really happened. What the movie doesn't really mention when we see gene Hackman's version of barbaric joins younger brother is what he was doing before this. He was in prison serving a sentence for robbery. Actually, he performed the robbery years earlier, but managed to escape from prison and save on the run from two years. Then both blanche and Kumi bucks, mother managed to convince him to turn himself in. So he could serve the. Meaning for years on his sentence and be done with crime. She wanted blanche that is to live a normal honest life. So that's what buck did. He turned himself over on December twenty seventh nineteen thirty one after spending one last Christmas with family almost as soon as he was sent back to prison blanche and Kumi started trying to get him out, not by escape, but the legal way through Pearl. And it worked one year two months and twenty four days after turning himself over buck was released. That would make it March twenty third nineteen thirty three and he was not released on parole, but pardoned. Blanche could finally have a happy life with buck without having to look over her shoulder upon hearing of his brother's release. It was CLYDE who went to visit his brother, not the other way around, like we see in the film and the scene of the reunion really wasn't like what we saw in the movie CLYDE, Bonnie, and W D Jones showed up at Blanche's parents house where Buchan planes were staying at about four A M Bonnie was drunk and went to bed almost immediately someone to go out on a limb and guess that's not what took the photos that we see in the movie. But it is true that it was here that clydes suggested of -cation of sorts. He'd always looked up to his big brother. So now that buck was out of prison. He wanted to spend some time with him a few days later. They started the tract Missouri while in Missouri they plan to stay for longer than usual pitstops after all, it was vacation family. They rented a spot for a month and the five enjoyed living together in one spot for a change. Well, it's not like blanche was on the run before this. So all of this really wasn't quite. Special to her. She probably wanted it to end if you remember she wanted to turn himself in. So when he got out, they could have an honest life could just been pardoned. Certainly. He would go right back to prison. If he were found with CLYDE, Bonnie W Jones three people wanted for too many crimes to count at this point. On the other hand, buck was trying to convince cli- to do exactly what he had done. Turn himself in due to time and come out on the other end clean this honest life with Bonnie could be a permanent thing in the movie. The shootout starts while the group is gathered in the living room of their place. Bonnie is reading something while CLYDE casually looks out the window to see a police car pulling into the driveway. He gives a warning that the laws are here blanche screams in the shootout begins the