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AP News Radio
Nix leads No. 15 Oregon to Holiday Bowl win vs. Tar Heels
"Bone Knicks through a 6 yard touchdown pass to chase coda with 19 seconds left to give 15th ranked Oregon at 28 27 win over North Carolina in the holiday bowl. Nicks went 23 of 30 for 205 yards and two touchdowns and said the winning play is something they practiced over and over. I think everybody on the sideline kind of wanted that play and I was just happened to be the one that might have verbalized it. Ducks running back Bucky Irving rushed for a 149 yards on 13 carries with two touchdowns to win the game's offensive MVP. Tar heels quarterback Drake may finished 18 for 35 with 206 yards and three touchdowns in the loss. Philip gon, San Diego.
How I Built This
"coda" Discussed on How I Built This
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The Eric Metaxas Show
John Zmirak: What Can We Learn From 'The Godfather' Films?
"You've written a great piece at stream dot org about The Godfather movies, talk about that. Sure. Well, we just had the 50th anniversary of the first godfather film. And you know, it's kind of something mysterious about art. It's not predictable. The Godfather one and two are among the greatest films in American history. They're based on a pot boiler novel by Mario puto that you would read at the beach of no particular. Yeah, we've got to say this. The novel, it's not like it was a great work of art and they turned into a great movie. It was a middling work of art by Mario Puzo and Francis Ford Coppola, ingeniously transformed it into spectacular film. Two, godfather one and godfather two. They're two of the greatest films ever made. I would skip godfather three. We could talk about that later. Well, I'll tell you that he re shot. He re edited godfather three. It's now called godfather coda, the death of Michael Corleone. And it's actually a decent film. But the new godfather three was not a decent film. It was so pathetic that I was actually shocked. But let's forget that. It never happened. Godfather one and two, two, the greatest films ever made. And now that's interesting because, again, based on a mediocre work of fiction, but then some of the great novels like Moby dick turned out to be mediocre films. Nobody remembers the movie of Moby dick. I remember Gregory Peck. Greg, Gregory Peck as ahab on the whale and they say, look, even in death, he beckons anyway, never mind. But you're quite right, some of the greatest works of fiction don't make great movies, but not so with those great movies are based on middle works of fiction. Yeah, yeah, exactly.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Caller: Oscars Should Not Have Given Will Smith His Award
"But I did see the recording on that. And it just goes to show how the Oscars are. They should have held his nomination for what he did on stage. Oh, no kidding. Well, they should have arrested him. They should arrest him, but they're again, they should not have given his award. When he did it, go ahead, go ahead. When he did it, go ahead. He didn't interrupt you. Go ahead. Yeah. Because when the time that he did it, to when he got his reward, there was a period of time that they should have said, nope, for that action, we're not going to do it. We don't stand for it. But it just goes to show the double sided the double standard that the Oscar has. And that's why people don't watch them anymore. That's right. Like I say, I mean, there's nothing there. In fact, it has the movies they had on there. I never even seen. I didn't even see that. I had no idea there was a movie about the Williams sister. I had no idea there was a movie on Apple plus about a def fisherman that won the best. I don't know coda from kodachrome. I don't know any of this stuff. I don't care, and this is why, because David's right, if they had a sense of righteousness, they'd say, well, we're not going to get look at the Hollywood crowd. They're slapping them on the back and way to go well. Congratulations. The game is standing ovation. Moments after he assaulted and don't even get started on the race issue. What do you think would have happened if Chris Rock had been a white guy? What would happen if a black man assaulted a white guy? What would have happened if a white guy? What if Will Smith had been white? And he went up and assaulted a black guy.
"coda" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"And also whether you ever seriously considered getting out of the game. You know, I was this close to giving up. I gave up my car, I had to take the city bus. I had to take the shuttle to go to the food store. And you know, I really learned not to have too many bags 'cause your arms would get too tired, carrying them on the bus, and the next day I'd have to go back and go shopping again and just trying to save money and cut corners in any way I could. But what was important was that my daughter went to a good school and I wanted her to stay in that neighborhood and I'm so grateful to my wife and so she got a full-time job to support us, but she stuck with me and believed in me, but she started to become worried I was getting to be a 50 something. And you know, other folks have retirement plans. And when am I supposed to do them on my daughter and her future? So I was extremely anxious and I was starting to feel like giving up. And so I auditioned for coda. And I told myself this is my last chance. This is my last hope. And I gave it my best shot. When it was done you know, COVID hit in the pandemic and all that and put that around. And so I got the role. So I quit my job and I go, this is my last chance, so we shot coda. And after that was right before COVID, COVID came out. And so I moved to the state of Arizona and had to start all over again at square one, right? If you know what I mean. Then koda got these awards and these nominations and I was like, wow, this is my very last straw. It was just I have this thread of a straw, right? But let's go back because you said you quit your job in order to accept the role of coda. What were you doing at the time when you got the call that you had been cast in coda? So I worked as an advocate for clients at Glaad, the greater Los Angeles agency on deafness. And so it's called glad. That's the acronym. They're in Los Angeles, and I was working in Ventura county for Glaad to support the deaf community in different clients. And I was there for about three months, and after this happened, I gave them my two weeks notice. And quit and they were very supportive of me. But it was great for the deaf community, too, to feel inspired and see a deaf actor really succeed. Of course. Well, let's, I mean, the fact that you even knew there was a project coda, this was Sean header who had done TV writing and directing, but for her, this was a big step also, and I know that do you know how you first came to her attention and then do you remember how you first heard about coda? So after I was, I got the role in coda, as Frank Rossi, I asked Sean, you know, how did you know about me? And she comes saw me at deaf west theater twice for two different productions. One was home at the zoo. And that was written by Edward albee. And the second one was our town, our town. And that was at the Pasadena playhouse..
"coda" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"I'm still waiting for a good script, and maybe we can work together again. And just the fun fact for people joining us, did you also go out for that part in Sound of Metal? I did. I did audition for Sound of Metal. A few months later, the director and producer decided that, you know, an audition tense, they tend to make a lot of changes in the character because sometimes someone comes in who's fascinating and you want to make adjustments to really fit that actor. And you know, it might be an older way of thinking to say, oh, why did you cast this person? Really, they cast Paul for a reason to fit that role in what was best for the production. But I was so happy to see Paul have that experience and have that journey. I believe you also met somebody else who's been a pretty important person in your life at deaf west. Who might that be? So when I saw Daniel Durant and Daniel Durant plays Leo, whose Frank Rossi's son and coda, Daniel really reminded me of myself when I was younger, I see him so hungry and so passionate and I was like, hey, I remember that. And I see the south behavior, I saw how athletic he was, and you know, he's almost half my age, and I'd give him a bit of advice here and there and explain a bit about the history of filmmaking and I hope in the future to pass the torch along to Daniel. And Daniel can carry that torch and pass it on to future generations. Now I was going to bring up Daniel and you knowing each other, but that's not even who I'm referring to. Where did you meet your wife? Where did I meet my wife? Yes. Well, the deaf community is quite small. And we happen to be folks who are interested in the theater arts, and we were attending workshops, and we saw each other, and I.
"coda" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"So when that moment happened, did it kind of make it more realistic to you that if you're going to pursue a career in acting, it might actually go somewhere. I was sitting down on the couch and it was the first time I saw an authentic deaf actor on the big screen. I have never seen that before. Many hearing actors play death and it's hard to connect and I understand wanting a listers and politics and all that bullshit. But at that moment, I was really, it really moved me. And I was hoping to see more and more. And it really meant that Hollywood was slowly changing, but historically, you know, these characters tended to be the victim. And they were weak. We characters, someone to have sympathy for. And when I read the script of coda, I was thrilled because it was exactly what we needed. Frank Rossi was tough. He was loving, he was fun, he had a great sense of humor, and he was frustrated with the hearing community, and he had a good heart. And so that's exactly the role I was looking for. And he gets to swear. And he gets to drop F bombs. Well, so let's talk about if we can. The beginning of, I mean, for most people, it's not like Marley, I think where they early on get an opportunity and on film, it's usually stage. And in fact, for you, I think that was really the case going back like 30 years. Can you tell people what is deaf west and how did it become a part of your life? Like I mentioned earlier, Hollywood wasn't quite ready for deaf actors and how would I remain acting and keep working? So def west was a really friendly zone of access for me where I had the opportunity to work on various productions..
"coda" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Looking at myself, being deaf was nothing. You know, there was nothing to worry about. I could still play golf. I could still go water skiing. I could go camping. You know, it didn't matter whether I was deaf or not. And so looking at my father, it really taught me such an important lesson. My father was my hero. My father gave me strength and show business. I didn't care if Hollywood was ready for me or not. I had to remain persistent and do what I loved and really my father was my hero. And really, that's the reason why I broke through. And so I'm so grateful to my father. Amazing story. And I mean, I think the fact that you are such a positive upbeat person, it really is in a lot of ways to me amazing because between what you went through what you've just described with your father, I know there was other tragic stuff with your brother and what you yourself just, I'm sure it can't be easy as a kid to be different in any way. You know, one of my best memories looking back was spending time with my little brother. It was just between up till when he was four years old, we played with toys and we played outside and he drowned in a swimming pool in our backyard and no one saw him. It was an accident. And he was underwater for almost 40 minutes. And so that led to severe brain damage and functionality. And so really, he was almost unable to function. And he really needed to depend on machines to stay alive, and that's what I saw. I was only about 7 years old. And so that happening to my father as well. You know, those two events in my life, that was disability. You know, sometimes I would forget that I'm disabled myself because I'm deaf, but I don't feel disabled because it's just the only difference to me is communication and the language I use is just how others perceive me. And it depends on how much you know about deaf culture and sign language. And the further you are, the more ignorant you are, but the closer it is, like if you have deaf family members, it really depends on the individual. And so that's why, you know, what was so beautiful about our film coda, it just exposed deaf culture and coda culture and the coda being at the center of the story became a bridge to bridge these two worlds. And really, nothing has happened like that since silent films because in silent films, deaf and hearing people could watch Charlie Chaplin together and you'd have these little bits of subtitles pop up and when sound came into the picture really, it caused the deaf audience to be divided and marginalized from the experience. And hearing people could enjoy the visuals and the dialog but deaf people it really took us almost a hundred years. Really, and all that bullshit, you know, and finally with the Americans with disabilities act and access and it took years of struggle and then now codis out and Apple TV plus finally burned in closed captioning into every single showing of the film.
"coda" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"The first deaf male actor ever nominated for an Oscar, and he is now the heavy FrontRunner to become the first deaf male actor ever to win an Oscar, specifically in the category of best supporting actor, Troy katser. Over the course of our conversation, the 53 year old and I discussed what it was like for him growing up as the only deaf member of his family and how his ability to communicate with his beloved father was tragically robbed of him. How he made his name in depth theater over a nearly 30 year period, but struggled to make ends meet to the extent that he almost quit the business shortly before coda. What it was like for him making coda with friends and fellow death actors, Marlee Matlin and Daniel Durant, as well as Amelia Jones. Why the very existence of coda means so much to the deaf community and what his awards season journey has been like for him. Plus, much more. And so with thanks to Troy's interpreter Justin maurer and without further ado, let's go to that conversation. Troy concert, thank you so much for joining us on the podcast. It's great to have you and congratulations on all the exciting news lately. We can't even list all of it. It would take all of our time. So I want to begin though as we always do on this podcast by just asking you if you would share with our listeners, where were you born and raised? And what did your parents do for a living? I was born and raised in a small, the small city of mesa, Arizona, in the Phoenix area. My father was a former police chief. He was a cop, and he later on became the chief of police for many years. And my mother. My mother was a freelancer and a housewife, and she, she worked in tailoring when I was growing up. And that's where I came from. The state of Arizona. Now you're parents, we're hearing, right? Yes, they were my entire family was hearing and I have three brothers who are hearing and I'm the only deaf member of the family. And this was back in the 1960s, and I just happened to be born deaf. And my parents were actually quite scared and they didn't know what to do with the deaf child and they had these evaluations and tests and they found that American sign language would best fit me as far as my education and that led to me learning sign language. I'm so grateful to my parents to have been so involved..
The Doug Collins Podcast
CEO David Mittelman Explains How Othram Can Help Solve Cold Cases
"Explained to us as we look about this, because there's so many, you know, you talked about the polyp of unidentified bodies and people just don't know who they are and there's no way to go through the coda system doesn't work that well. What is different not only from a perspective of what you do as far as say, you know, I'm just going to use a wild example. I go out to our farm and was digging up a hole and found a body, okay? Somebody had buried it there 30 years ago. A normal, if I got this ride, a normal, they could come out, maybe they could find DNA sample. They do it. The law enforcement might be running through code is. May or may not find any matches at all. From there, where does yours kick in to help us close that gap as you were talking about? Well, there's three areas that we could help in. And so in a case remains unsolved in spite of the conventional tools that are available, there could be three areas we could help in. One is that some evidence is just really hard to work with. And when DNA, particularly from a skeleton, is when you get DNA from a skeletal remains sort of situation, the DNA is generally degraded. There could be human and non human DNA. There can be. As it gets older, the DNA degrades, you have these situations in which the long, big pieces of DNA break into smaller, smaller pieces. And if they break into pieces that are too tiny, they become hard to measure, or unmeasurable, and you may end up with a partial STR profile. There's 20 markers that you use to search codis, but it could be that you end up in a scenario where there's not even enough markers. So that's one area that we can work with DNA that is of low quantity or quality may have other stuff in it. Things that would block other approaches, but we're able to still make progress on an access information from. The second area is in the code is set up, you're measuring 20 markers in the DNA. So 20 spots. And that is sufficient the way it's designed to identify if you are a match for that crime scene evidence. But it is not very useful in being able to do the kind of familial search and familial testing, particularly laundry testing that you would need to identify someone that is not encoded or doesn't have an immediate relative encoders. You might with the SGR system be able to detect a parent child or a sibling relationship, but going much beyond that would be hard. If there was no parent child or sibling relationship, if you had an uncle, you know, 20 markers isn't a lot of information from which you could then draw the conclusion that you're related. So at alternate, when we do testing, we're looking at tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands of markers so we can find very distant relationships. And that ends up being instrumental in being able to kind of piece together a map of who's related to who and ultimately who someone is. So you have this person that you dug up on your farm and you're trying ultimately to identify if you can't identify them, at least to identify a nearest relative of family member and what hundreds of thousands of markers will enable you to do is to do that search for a long-range member of someone that could eventually link back to a relative that may not themselves be in the code system or in any other system, but is likely to be related reasonably closely to the person that is in the ground.
"coda" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"And so it was an excuse for all of us to dive back into coda life and I loved singing the song because I was kind of reminiscing about my time shooting it. And it was such a special movie to make. And I honestly will be forever grateful to have been a part of this movie. Yeah, well, beautiful song. And I guess now you go off and I guess like with as with most independent movies, there's no guarantee that it will ever even see the light of day. Forget about a pandemic coming into the equation and other stuff. So it does end up getting accepted this unnecessary opening night at Sundance, but nobody or very few people are actually going to be at Sundance for this momentous occasion, including you 'cause you're working on season two, I guess of lock and key. So talk about when it first hit that this thing was not only going to have an audience, but was going over in a big way. I remember before we found out about Sundance, Sean and I were kind of on the phone talking and we were like, is anybody gonna watch this movie that we all worked so hard on? You know, there was no sign of the theater's opening back up again. We didn't have apple or Sundance at that time. And we were kind of worried, I guess. And then Sean called me and she said, we're gonna prime me as Sundance. And I was over the moon. I had never been to Sundance, but I was aware of it, and I was so excited. But I didn't ever think that we would then win wards at Sundance or even be where we are right now. But Sundance was a lot of fun. Yeah, virtually, even though it was online. I remember Sean kept saying to me and Molly and she was like, guys, you don't know what you're missing. And I remember I was like, I'm having the time of my life. Although it was weird because when we did premiere, I was on a night shoot on doing lock and key. And I remember I would go on my phone and suddenly people would be like, oh, does this code is that? Or just watch coder and then you kind of put your phone away and it's like it never happened. And then you hear a knock at the door and there's just Sundance award on your doorstep and you're kind of like, this is so weird like I can't celebrate with the people that I love doing in this movie with. Which is so nice that we're now able to promote and be together because we're kind of having our celebration now. But let's talk about, I mean, you got an award, but there were an unprecedented number of awards at Sundance for this movie. Do you remember all of them even? The grand jury press. I remember, obviously, I've been acting for a very long time, but I'm very new to this kind of side of things. And I remember I came downstairs and Connor jessup who plays my brother in lock and key was he stayed over that night and I remember I came down and I said, oh my goodness, coda's just won the grand jury prize and he was like, Amelia, that's the main one..
"coda" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"And I spoke to a lot of coders in my prep time and they said that they are really confident when they're signing because it's their first language and they're protective of their family and they feel like it's kind of their job and it's like a power thing and so that was fun to explore, but it was also fun to explore the kind of shy timid she'd been bullied and should know she was good at singing. So it was a lot of fun, I guess in both projects to kind of convey a range of emotions. Yeah. Well, with coda, set the scene for what was going on in your life when you first even heard about it. And also at that time, what you're familiarity was with the deaf community. For most of us, not there's not a lot. I don't know if it was the same. I literally knew nothing. I didn't know anything about the culture, really, and I didn't know any ASL, American sign language. Coda came to me, well, I was ill when it first came to me. And as I said, my mom is super, super laid back person, and she hates self tapes because she has to read with me. And she's really, really shy. So she actually tried to get out. She had tried to get out of taping for coda. I actually, I probably have it. Yeah, I'll read it out. Hey Sam, hope you're well. Amelia has a cold and has lost her voice, a huge exaggeration. So hasn't been able to tape for this over the weekend. I noticed ruby sings omeo bobino Caro in the script. Amelia can sing nicely, but isn't that level? If they're after a super strong singer, maybe Emilia isn't what they're looking for. What do you think and luckily my agent says, hi Claire, oh no, I hope Amelia feels better soon. She can get this done by Wednesday or Thursday if that's helpful. The deadline has been extended. So thank goodness. Yeah, thanks, mom. That's crazy. One thing could change everything. Everything happens for a reason. Imagine if I just didn't take. Wow. Well, if she had gotten out of that, would that mean you wouldn't have taped? Yes. But luckily, my agent really got my mom's number and so she got me an extension. Yeah, at first came to me and I read the script and I mean roles like ruby don't come along very often. I was interested in the sign language. And I loved that it was about a family and a culture that's rarely seen on screen. But the family weren't solely defined by being deaf. And I thought that was really interesting and I hadn't read anything like it. I remember after I read it before I taped I watched the French version. And then I remember Googling and they weren't authentically cast and I remember being like, oh, that's not how it should be. And then after I sent when I got my extension, I sent four dialog scenes and then I sang landslide by Fleetwood Mac. And then I sent three more songs. They asked me to send three more songs. Yeah, I sang, they were three of just my favorite songs at that moment in time. Gravity by Sara Bareilles. All I want by color line, and then I ran out and I hallelujah. Sure. And then I was asked to Skype with Sean. It was before zoom was a thing..
"coda" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"I don't know why I always forget that it's out, I think, because of the coming out during the pandemic. It's such a rare situation that you're in where you literally the two things that you're best known for, both came out since the world changed and you're having a different experience of being introduced to the world than anybody else ever has. I mean, this is bizarre, right? Yeah. I mean, it's bizarre, but it's also, I think it's quite nice because coda came out on Sundance and it kind of allowed people to watch it at home with their families, which I think, I think you should see it both ways because I have now, but I've seen it on a big screen now. But I think there's something so amazing about being at home, cuddle up with your family or your loved ones and watching a movie that is all about love. But it's also really lovely watching it in a movie theater surrounded by people laughing and crying and so I'm kind of I feel lucky that it's come out even though it's during the pandemic. And I guess honestly the truth is it might be a better way to sort of wade into being a known person than to just be suddenly thrust into a very different way of going about life. At least you can kind of weigh it in a little bit, but I don't know. Now one other thing that kind of connects lock and key to coda, aside from the fact it's interesting, both decided to send a British girl to Massachusetts, but there's that, but true. You know? But then there's also you had said about both of them. I don't even necessarily think making the connection that kind of the appeal of both of them is that it's like playing two characters. One of them is one way in, well, I guess in the case of Locke and key before she removes a fair after words. And then with coda obviously, the way she has at home, and then out in the world. Purely coincidental, or do you think that's something that you would get excited about the opportunity to play kind of the duality? Yeah, I think I just love a challenge and I think playing two characters in one is a challenge, and I think it's something that's really fun to do. And I think especially with TV, you're attached to it for a very long time and you're filming for 6 months, 7 months. So playing two characters in one meant that it really was never boring. Yeah. And it kind of kept me on my toes because you're kind of sometimes filming four episodes at the same time, and I'm like, okay, my fear is in my head. It's not in my head. It's in my head. It's one of my heads. So I think it was a challenge and I loved that. And then with ruby, I think I loved it. She was super confident and then shy..
AP News Radio
'The Power of the Dog' leads Oscar field with 12 nominations, followed by 'Dune' with 10
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The Final Lap
"coda" Discussed on The Final Lap
"I think it's ugly when you move them forward or backwards. I don't know if that's just because that's what I'm used to, you know, and I think that's just how it's been for a long time, but I think it should just say how it is. I think it's not broke, don't fix it. I think we've done it for a long time and it looks good. So with ten races left in our ten races in so far in 2021, already completed, what's your mentality like right now as the playoffs get closer? Well, you know, we still have 15 or so races to the playoffs. So there's still time, you know? I think we're only 60 points out or so from the playoffs, cut line right now. So it's still a possibility to try and point your way in. So we gotta fight and every stage point that we can get. And we can still have a shot at pointing our way in, I guess. But as we get closer and closer, you know, you might have to get into a must win situation and you have to kind of push your luck a little bit more. But the biggest thing for us right now is just figuring out how we can get more speed in our race cars and get the balance right. So and that just comes with unloading better. I mean, I think we've gotten the cars where we've been solid at times. It's just a matter of we need to start the race better. So I think that'll come in the next few races hopefully. The last question I have for you, are there any particular tracks that you're looking forward to where you can grab your second Cup Series win? For me, I would honestly maybe say the road courses. Coda, maybe I think we've been solid at the road courses and it's just a matter of I think if we can get ourselves in a good spot and have things fall our way, we can maybe maybe find ourselves in a pretty good spot to win one. So that's one that's going to probably have some opportunity I feel like for us is definitely the road courses. Coda is going to be its own.
"coda" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Hi everyone and thank you for tuning into the four hundred. Fifth episode of awards chatter. The hollywood reporter's awards podcasts. I'm the host scott feinberg and my guest. Today is one of the biggest showbiz stars ever to emerge from mexico. He's an actor writer director and producer. Who has been called. The king of latino comedy and one of the most influential latinos in the world and who like the japanese baseball ichiro suzuki spent the first chunk of his career racking up hall of fame caliber accomplishments in his homeland and then again saul odds came to america. Ended it all over again. A man who is so famous in mexico that is two thousand. Twelve wedding was broadcast across the country. And who is so beloved around the world that he received a star on the hollywood walk of fame in two thousand sixteen before he had ever played the lead in an english language. Project the primary force. Behind some of the most popular spanish language tv programmes ever including all richaud elder bez and la familia pay luce the co writer director and star of the highest grossing spanish language film ever released in america and around the world. Two thousand thirteen instructions not included the star of hit english language films. Like two thousand seventeen how to be a latin lover and two thousand eighteen overboard and most recently a standout in coda and in drama that swept the major awards at the two thousand twenty one sundance film festival on route to selling to apple for more than any other acquisition title in the festival's history. Ennio derbez over the course of our conversation the youthful sixty year old grandfather and i discussed what led to his discovery at the age of twenty seven that he had facility for comedy why crossover stardom always appealed to him and what it was like for many years leading a double life as a huge celebrity in mexico and a virtual unknown trying to make it in america. What convinced him in two thousand twelve to abandon his dreams of hollywood stardom and what happened a year later that led him to pursue it once again this time far more successfully plus much more and so without further ado..
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Can Larry Elder Close the Deal in the California Recall?
"Or how does it but he does it. The the constantly in motion always passionate articulate. Larry elder larry have voted for you. My whole family went on Let's see us at friday was friday. We went to a poll polling station where we live. You were the eighth the eighth you had a scroll down eight times to get to larryelder. Wow i think dennis it's different Ballot ordering in different districts. Sometimes i'm at the top in the middle. Sometimes it's about him. It depends on on what district you live in. I'm gonna. I know how i can prove to. You have voted. As long as i know you. I know you have a middle. Initial trite stanford allen. Yeah mike like you're like your like your producer. Now you think your parents knew that that would happen. there was great. So you showed up at this Terrific event of Of run by My station your station. The local one we run many stations but the local la station a huge sold out event in orange county and a assume the audience went nuts. When you came in they did it quite reception. I was very pleased. Well for good reason. I mean there is a tremendous amount of love for you. Not just support of and in the political sense but love admiration. It's it's a big deal and What's your latest thinking on on the on the part that really counts the recall of newsom. Well dennis they've been pouring a lot of money into it So far at least seventy five million dollars. We suspect closer to one hundred million dollars. For all set and done and barack obama coulda commercial for him and bernie sanders coda commercial for him and senator warren's kind of commercial island joe biden is here today to campaign on his behalf so they throwing a lot of lumber at me
The Film Vault
"coda" Discussed on The Film Vault
"Anderson as a tv show which will cut out and savour Bonus material for no one. Let's talk about coda kota kota kota not just in the context here but code means like the after part for the on bright. I don't know it's horrible. I was i to different things. And there's this one show that gave cards episodes and then all of three or four of the hosts one one year whether they were talking about certain things. I don't wanna get into exile. Let's talk trash by the independent. I want to hear about this but bright and they all started using the word coda like they just discovered it the same way at the same time and every every fucking movie they talked about they had to talk about the coda and they weren't doing ironic all serious and i was like goddamn. This is a number of years ago. I don't listen to that program anymore. We you put them on blast kona. It is the biggest winner of you can have independent movie winning sundance before. Winter of sundance directed by seon header. Sean might be an sean hater. I don't i don't know her director writer director of two. Lula's to lula. I don't tola this stars. Amelia jones morally matlin. Who's probably the most recognizable. Maybe the only recognizable here and some other people in here. Now troy colt sir and killed it. He was great and a bunch of other people. Here's the story to lose netflix. For those movie lovers Out there. I would imagine some of you have read about coda and you're aware of kota before we flipped facet here. I guess annoys on the social media and made some noise on sundance earlier. This year i guess it was and now it's on apple. Tv app look at apple tv. They get one hit and they think that they feel like they're like all special belong with the big boys. Ted lasts plus knows even watching ted lasso before the the the the apple. Tv the reason i signed up was the voice story and i've kept my membership and signed up because i thought i could put my own shit on through the apple. Tv and be able to watch it. Like i do with demilio. Plus i felt kind bad for for apple. Tv i'm not sure why not give fifty bucks for the year with the wealthy company and i know so stupid. Ninety five percent rotten tomatoes like anderson says street apple. Tv plus premiered at sundance earlier. This year. let's give a brief rundown of the plot so coda also it should be stated that it's all capitals right block letter to see because there's another code that came out like six months really unfortunate code is an acronym in this case children of deaf adult moves about a million jones star. Who plays ruby rossi. She is the daughter. The the hearing daughter in a family populated with entirely deaf people hearing impaired and that is of course marlee matlin We're going to get into troy costra. Who is fucking fantastic. You got the death he was gonna put on this earth to play this role. Probably got the beard. He's got the gone luck beard perf. I'm not saying that. He looks p looked and he he. He enveloped the park was very he was very good. He will never forget him. You'll never forget her. There's any you might think that expired years from now you might be like tara. Lynne barr was great in that mel rubi rasi character. Amelia jones she was. She was very good she she. She was not the best pictures very good. She's the through line she's straight. I don't seem like she's other than very good. I was just so knocked knocked over by the performance of her family. Specifically her dad does any justice in this world. And there's not troy cost would be up for a best supporting actor. The possibility there was a possibility. Listen i was watching this movie. I was twenty minutes into this movie. Brian and i was like. Hey you know what fuck this movie. How about that. I am not enjoying this movie. I had to check in and make sure that apple. Tv wasn't bought recently by lifetime. Oh you thought it was a little soft. Holy shit was hallmark bright. This movie through and through is fucking hallmark. Bovill of a movie if the movie where a car it'd be a volvo of is pretty good these days. But here's the problem was fucking volvo. Got me crying by the end. So fuck this movie. I'm pissed off at it for me. The way that it did but the movie is soft a shed. There's nothing independent feeling about their rob out this good performances. But it's just so goddamn safe in literally soft. I okay. i'm gonna meet you halfway. I disagree with you for the most part but it was a tale of two movies number one. The family stuff. True a fantastic truly forgot. I love this stuff on the boat. I love this up on the boat. I love her and her family. I love. I love all of that in the house on. The bottom is all good stuff with her in school and especially with her love interest. Deniger wrote off. It was it was it was more it was. It was bordering on hallmark bora. It was all like all fell a christian movie brian. If like a christian movie christian. Christmas movie more or less relationship with the teacher and her teacher. Great so the idea about the plot. Nominal plotted movie is. She has an ability sing. she's actually very good singer. Which is ironic considering her family kennedy here. But she's like i want to pursue. This career path may be applied to the berkeley school of music. Her teachers like you're very good. But i'm gonna. I'm gonna work hard and The whiplash scenario but he's much softer off. But i i didn't mind her journey to being a singer. The romance stop was absurd. The romance was obligatory because this was this movie is made for like teens like young teens. It seems like and it's got such a a a great story for at the end and the story is almost wasted on this movie because the story is so fucking good i. I'm not mad at it for being so soft but it wasn't enjoyable for me because it just felt so safe. It wasn't enjoyable..
Pop Culture Happy Hour
"coda" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"It's completely the same. The other way around like i feel like there's this permanent obstacle in between you and your loved one and then another one that makes it harder to communicate about said obstacle but the heart of this movie is at characters are going to get through that off school in these together they sacrifice for each other and they all show each other how they can show up in their own way. You know i wanted to say that. I also like the fact that the brother does have you know. Sort of government the arc with another character in the film. Because you know to me that says that you know. This character is desirable that he's not just you know the sexualize or in the background. That if he's just a regular guy who wants to goes and go to the bar and hang out with friends you know that being deaf doesn't prevent him or shooting in a prevent him from doing any of those things. I feel that guy his age would want to do so. I feel like just those small details of having him you know. Have this romantic relationship in the film Also at the fact that you know sort of you know normal lives just the specificity. I was gonna say. I thought that performance by daniel durant is really really terrific. He's another example of somebody who can behave irresponsibly. Without being wrong he can behave sort of unreasonably. And you still understand where he's coming from and i think again i talk about this film's empathy. It's really empathetic with that character. Yeah i also think this is for me as a person who has seen. Certainly some things Where people are are using asl. I love kind of the presentation of language in this movie. No so often..
Pop Culture Happy Hour
"coda" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"The peripheral characters. Really warm and appealing. I think yes. There are a lot of kind of universal beats in this movie but at the same time. I've seen a lot of movies like this where i spend a lot of time. Kind of losing my patients waiting for characters to resolve their conflicts. And because you know outcomes are obvious. I didn't really have that experience watching this. This is a movie where every conflict is built around something where nobody is involved as wrong like somebody here has to make massive sacrifices for somebody else. This is not a movie that can be resolved by everybody getting everything they want and so as formulaic as it is and as crowd-pleasing as it is it still. I think compels audiences to kind of think through an empathize with all of the different characters. I think this is a very empathetic film. I think it is a wonderfully acted film. I think it's a beautifully musical film. Loved it completely formulas or no. Yeah carlos i want to ask you about something that you had mentioned on twitter when you saw this phone which was these are not the only situations where people wind up kind of interpreting for their parents and helping their parents navigate the world totally. Yeah i mean watching. The family was immediately sort of reminded of an experience that a lot of not only you know latinos but just in general children of immigrants. Have you know in in the sense that if you are you know the only one in the house will who was you know borna racing the us and you're able to speaking listen. Your parents are not fluent. Arina can't speak the language at all then you you become sort of you know. That same bridge has the character in this film. You know you know. I know. I'll have a lot of friends who've been interpreting for their prances. There were very young. I'm talking you know. Seven eight years old and having to go to the doctor with their parents and in i'll translate into their best of their abilities. You know Whatever the conversation is about even with lawyers in in terms of like immigration status would not so that experience of you know not being naval to sit of depart from the family or no that that your families align and you to communicate with the rest of the world that that's very wrestling like a lot of people are gonna be reminded of that because of that immigrant experience and having to sort of you know debate whether you you are entirely free to pursue your dreams are not and i do feel like that might be different if this character was an immigrant character. I don't know if the outcome would be the same. I don't know if you know often times. A lot of children of immigrants don't pursue careers in the arts or it's more complicated conversation to have. So yeah it was definitely reminded of that. And i think that's a a porno connection that others will have with with certain saints here..
Pop Culture Happy Hour
"coda" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Child of deaf adults. Ruby is the only hearing person in the family. She works with her dad and her brother played by troy kotsar and daniel durant on the family fishing boat and her mom played by oscar winner. Marlee matlin hold down the fort at home when ruby gets interested in music at school and her choir teacher encourages her to apply to berklee college of music in boston. She and her family off to figure out what it would mean for her to leave. It is very much. Let us say a traditional crowd-pleaser in a lot of ways. But it is. I think also pretty unusual for hollywood because of among other things its commitment to having deaf characters played by deaf actors. That was not true of the french film That it's based on latisha. I want to go to you first. How did you react to this movie. Okay so i am. Actually a hearing child deaf adults. Both my mom and dad were born deaf. And i've always been very wary of media on that betrays steph culture in the experience of being a coda. So you know that can be so hit or miss but with this film. I honestly adored it. It made me cry. Like full body shaking. It was delayed cry to they. Didn't really get the joni cover but they got me with you. Know the scene where they're celebrating around the laptop. That really took me. It's a huge crowds. Leaser like you said. Linda and it borders on corny a lot but the story has released sincere and transparent emotional weight. You know it's less of a film about what it's like being coda like that authoritative experience in more just a coming of age integrate that.
Pop Culture Happy Hour
"coda" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
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Kinda Funny Games Daily
Activision Blizzard Shareholders Are Angry
"Investment group s. o. c. says that activision blizzard's recent promises to improve. His culture. Do not go nearly far enough to address the deep and widespread issues with equity inclusion and human capital management. End quote that the company is facing of. If you never read a axios meghan. Stephen are doing great work over there. And i love the way they break stuff down so this is just reading straight from their site. Y'all go check it out. But what i like. Is they go why it matters in to being an activision blizzard shareholder soc advocates for ethical business practices and is outspoken on topics like pay gaps between executives and workers a letter from associate executive director. I ways. Egger shared exclusively with axios reads. No changes have been announced or proposed that would in any way alter the current process for filing for feeling vaccine vacancies either To the board of directors or senior management. No changes have been announced with respect to executive pay either with respect to climb back compensation from executives who are found to have engaged in or enable abusive practices or to align executives with equity goals kotik articulated of course talking about Ceo bobby coda Still going on from the the letter here. From dealer the announced review by a wilmer hale was that thing. They're bringing in to do this. And they're also the law firm that's squashing unions on all issues Wilmer hale is deficient in a number of ways. This firm has a sterling reputation as a defender of the wealthy and connected but it has no track record of uncovering wrongdoing. The lead investigator does not have in-depth experience investigating workplace harassment and abuse in the scope of the investigation fails to address the full range of equity. Issues mr cody. Acknowledges quote
Inside Intercom Podcast
"coda" Discussed on Inside Intercom Podcast
"So they've been available for a few months. Now what is some of the more popular packs that use monkey customer base. Yes we were. We're seeing a lot of interesting package. A lot of it is on services. You'd expect that everybody uses you know g mail and calendar and slack and so on but some of the most interesting ones are services that people might not naturally us or to us you know. As an example we had a real estate agent Right in the other day asking if she could send text messages from dock and we said absolutely and she ended up using the tulio pack which is probably a service that You know she would never really think of because it's really built for developers and so i think it's one of the really interesting things about taxes allowing a new set of services to address an audience that they may not have talked to before and now i've got to ask and coda eh table notion. It really feels like we're seeing this new wave of documentation and collaboration tools hitting the market. All trying to reinvent and i guess improve workday And was only a couple years ago. That salesforce equip for an insane. Multiple table raised a huge round recently and achieved unicorn status. How do you see this market evolving. In the next few years it's interesting you've been around the industry a long time so i'm curious what you think putting it back on me. I'll take a stab well You know. I worked for atlassian for six years. Prior to joining unicom and Ours responsible way back in the day for Selling confidence and eventually marketing conference. And i think if i if i think about what's changed from ten years ago to today i'd put it into three buckets. The first would be just the evolution immaturity of the web browser. What you can do in the web browser today and what companies like code or allowing uses to do is just so vastly different to. What was possible. Ten years ago. When i used to give demos of confluence you know. Ten years ago. Using webex. I used to have to structure my demo to a t. So that didn't exposed bugs in the product and this was at a time. Where using a web browser to edit a webpage with something a look like microsoft word was a and so i think that would be the first thing like browse. Technology has just made so many more things possible in that user experience. Not only more powerful but enjoyable i. I think the second one for me would be as you mentioned earlier in our conversation. This shift towards the accepted use of software as a service tools in the workplace. That just you know has really lowered. The barrier to adoption to all of these types of tools and resulted in people bringing their own tools to work and if they're successful they off and on their adopted by teams and they spread organically throughout the company. And even if you are supposed to ask. It before you pull your credit card out you often don't think sas has been a big one and then loss sleep you know as we kind of touched on as we were talking about packs and hell packs have made things that were only possible by api's accessible to the broader use base. I think this increased accessibility to really powerful functions or applications of things like relational databases and functions. That you would only know if you ask someone who knew how to use excel really really really well and be able to use things like pivot tables. All of those things are now to so much more accessible and easy to use. Thanks to tools like coda notion anti-rebel How i do do differently. Yeah i think. That's i think those are really astute observations and lead to a lot of what we're seeing here. I mean i think i get asked a lot. Why why did you happen in two thousand six instead of in two thousand or or you know ten years earlier so on and and really it wasn't any one thing has lots of things happened together that make products like that and that that sort of emergence of new market happen and i think it's sort of similar thing here she said it's a mix of things like browser technologies and sas and and so on all come together you know. Our view of the world is that all of that is in a backdrop of this. This thing i referred to as a maker generation where everybody's expecting to be able to make their own tools and so our our approach is to try to give people a new set of building blocks and a set of primitives that they can then assembled together in to Whatever makes sense for them we like to say docks as powerful as apps. But that's our approach. And i think it's really exciting to see lots of people in the space building all sorts of new things. Okay so wrap things up. Let's talk a little bit about what's next week oda You've just go to one. What does that look like. We're headed next. Yeah so it's super exciting right now and i can. I can maybe give a little context on on on the the launch and kota window. No you know we. We built coda little bit. Non traditionally that we spent the first three years in south and we didn't talk about publicly reiterated a lot with our user feedback groups where we try to do it out of the public eye and then that group started to grow and we decided that to get to the next level of feedback. We we needed to be able to talk publicly about the product and so enlai twenty seventeen. We launched the beta and not those grade. A ton of people signed up and we let them in in batches to to be sure that we could get you know. Discreet feedback as as a product. Better and better and better and there have been tons of feedback but many of the masic. Why why haven't you launched already. But i felt pretty strongly that we weren't ready yet and to be clear product we've shipped. It's really useful to people. But i wanted to ship kota window when we could really describe and deliver on our core message. Would i view as our core. Promise our thesis back to the star this conversation and you know our relief. A coda is that anyone can make a doc. That's as powerful as an app and you know. Probably the most notable feature coming in kota window is a is a pretty significant rethink of our mobile experience and when we shift our beta we should have pretty spartan mobile experience and our our us definitely told us that but we you know it was intentional. We had an ordering in mind that we wanted to get the right building blocks in place and that would allow the mobile experience to work the way the way we really wanted so as people try the new mobile experience are going to find that it's craft around that that thesis that you know you can you bill docks as powerful as apps so if you go look at the coda temple gallery today. You know you'll see what i mean. And i think one of my favorite examples is from this guy ben in atlanta. He works at outdoor retailer. He teaches kayaking mountain biking classes and he built this this doc and coda to manage the bike inventory for the office. They release these bikes out or rent. These bikes out to to people. And it's really cool doc. It's pretty simple. It's got a table a bunch of us and some some buttons in it but You know we're we're building mobile. We showed it to them and loaded on his phone. And and you know he was just shocked really. A went from his expectations were that he was going to see a spreadsheet like squinty view of his. You know his beautiful document and instead he would. He's al- thing that really felt like an app and every interaction felt like he was built for mobile. And you know the the tabs at the bottom made sense the actions. He had set up on the desktop. With all these buttons it turned into swipes on rose. And you know he had spent an afternoon building. This thing that he thought was a really cool doc but you know when he opened on his phone with sort of no additional work. It really felt like an app and something that he could handle the rest of his team and know that they'll be able to directly use it and so anyways but between the the mobile experience and what we discussed with packs. I feel pretty good about making this. This crazy statement that we're delivering on this promise that anyone can make a doc as powerful as an app and you know one way to think about. It is the mobile experience. Makes docs.
Aussie Inventions That Changed The World
"Let's put an thinking caps and brian up on these fun. Facts about awesome ozzy inventions for outkast of kids fan crab. The famous black folks airplane flight were coded is actually colored bright orange. If it really was black you'd never be able to find it after a plane crash and it was invented in one thousand nine hundred fifty eight by scientists david warren of the aeronautical research laboratory in melbourne. He thought typer coda in a secure box. Recording everything spoken in the cockpit of a plane would be pretty handy so he showed it to an important british air vice marshal during his lunch break and the vaas marshall could it was such a good idea. He invited into london to show it off to the minister. I the action. The rest of course is history. Mice rings didn't come back. The returning boomerang is considered a major achievement in aaron article design but most boomerangs but designed to travel in a straight line. Hunting rings could to help them fly through the fossa but they mostly flew straight towards their targets to knock it down nine side returning boomerangs mainly used. His toys does some rainforest people designed to small four pointed. Boomerang the hunting amongst the trays and those boomerangs definitely came back. The one cost was based on goat. Skin wine flasks used by greek shepherds. There was the south australian. One might cold. Tom and grove and he wanted to find a way to keep wine from going off off the bottle so he thought back to how the greek ship. It's carried they wind and they did it in airtight goatskins in notting. Sixty five. He came up with the idea of putting a plastic bag full of wine in box. It wasn't until nineteen seventy one that someone else thought to put tap on the bottom of the bag before that people had to tie out the bag with clothes peg or a pipe. Clint when i'd finished having a drink
Connect to 5D Gaia And Infinite Source With Dakota Earth Cloud Walker
"Well can to a nether. Podcast episode of merck kaba charlie russia's i'm your host von goats and today we dive into the healing nature of connecting to five guy or earth through the shamanic meditation and rituals with doug coda earth cloud walker. Now dakota been a teacher for over twenty five years and she brings a wealth of experience in how we all can connect to our planet and each other through shamanism so with that the coda welcomed makovich. Thank you so much for having me here. I really appreciate it and love talking about this stuff so at least you. I love metaphysics too. Yeah it's good stuff and there's so many different ways to come into metaphysics and high alums of consciousness and so many different experiences. You never really get bored so Yeah i love to okay so before we get into this wonderful discussion about the modalities that you bring forth to connect to five the guy and the higher consciousness within the universe. Let's begin with. How did you get into this work in the first place. Now well i would say that the work found me and really when i look back on my life i feel like i have been living the shamanic life ever since i was a kid. Even my parents would comment about that. That it was just that was always my natural way of being was to be more of that chamonix nature so for me. When i got into the work it was Really just kind of an extenuation of what i always knew and felt and then i just found a way to carve it out into my life. I started in my early twenties teaching spiritual studies and things like that and really diving into the world. Native american spirituality and celtic drew injury and just kind of finding my own path but then at the same time. I'm always been the one that you know. I feel very passionate about something. I want to bring it into my work and so became very easy dovetail to make that right right and you know just just for people to understand about shamanism. Shamanism is just kind of generic term. Because there's a lot of shamans all over the world. I'm laos and their shamanism house as well as well as all over the world. Mongolia china south native american The celtics have Their own as well and basically shamanism is just basically a spiritual approach to your connection to that subco- energy field of universal consciousness. Everybody s it. It's just kind of coming into that mysticism about reality and that's really what it is It is connected to any kind of religions there's no buddy to chew etc so In terms of a spiritual approach. It's very very very much. And we have a lot of shaman nissim type outlook in buddhism because buddha again is a spiritual approach that is not unreligious you reality and to connect to that christ consciousness within you and everyone else which is source so right. We're talking the same language years. Yeah yeah there's a lot of misconceptions about shamanism because they feel like it's it's primarily native american or that it's a religion you know. Some people feel very dark energy and really. It's it's it's very very light and it's more like a container that contains the soul of the person who is deciding to walk that path. In whatever capacity that you show up in
The Final Lap
NASCAR Updates: Bristol, NextGen, Falling pit crew
"Oh man this week nascar on just on onslaught of information about upcoming things in the sport first. Up is the bristol dirt. Racy excited about this one. It's gonna feature heat races to determine the starting lineups you know like you're used to seeing at the local level check out the race on the dirt at bristol march twenty eighth three thirty pm eastern on fox next up our field sizes for the two thousand twenty one nascar xfinity series season. There will be thirty six cars for a race weekend if there is qualifying and forty cars when there is a rain out or it's not scheduled so for instance the thirty six car field will be in effect for daytona coda. Charlotte may race nashville. Indie road course road. America and the phoenix finale. The next gen nascar racecar got some love this week with some new information coming out. The new car is gonna make its on. Track debut fulltime and twenty twenty two a full year delayed due to covid the manufacturers of chevrolet toyota and ford have all submitted and passed their design reviews with nascar. We should start seeing those designs. This spring and testing will resume of this car at richmond on march sixteenth and seventeenth okay. Finally we've got some loose ends here. This one coming from the nascar rulebook and it says if a crew member behind pit wall is grabbing a tire loses their balance and puts a hand on pit road. That's not going to be a penalty this it was last year.
AP News Radio
'CODA,' 'Summer of Soul' win top prizes at Sundance Awards
"The Sundance Film Festival completing its first ever virtual awards a popular drummer has beaten the competition in the documentary field at Sundance I didn't even know this was a current SCO I thought my god so wow Questlove of the roots surprises he got word of his win well in the passenger seat of a car on his way to work the first time director wins for summer of sold work when the revolution could not be televised it's about the star studded but largely ignored nineteen sixty nine Harlem cultural festival the other big winner Sean hater for coda she takes the top four awards of the evening code also sold to apple TV four reported twenty five million dollars I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Movie Review: 'Sound of Metal'
"Of Metal recently came out on Amazon Prime and the movie follows a heavy metal drummer played by Reza Med, who begins to lose his hearing. Your hearing is deteriorating rapidly. We'll come back to Lin Liu. We just keep going. Okay? No blue. No play tomorrow. See what it's like. Okay, I'm gonna be like a click track. You complain to me. Don't understand your fast responsibility. Something here. I can't hear you. You understand me? I can't adapt. Jacqueline. What did you think of the sound of metal? While the sound of metal is another film that was part of this sort of strange festival season of last year, and I actually got to catch it at the Toronto Film Festival two years ago, I guess now, but now it's coming out on Amazon. It started drizzling mezuzah drummer losing his hearing, and what's really interesting about this film is this is not somebody who had this Big aspirations in life. This was a man who just wanted to be a drummer in a band and this disability coming upon him late in life really changes everything around him. It changes his relationships. It changes what he may be wants to do with the rest of his life and In the center of it. What's interesting is his willfulness. I will say for how he doesn't want to face the reality of what is happening to him and how he looks to sort of bargain and beg his way into a different situation. And it isn't until he comes across an advisor at a camp that he goes to learn American sign language and sort of Learned how to live this new existence with a disability where he really sort of embrace is who he is. It has some really interesting sound cues in it. I think it is my Hands down pick for best sound this year because of the way they use it in the storytelling just sort of tell the story of his diminished hearing and also essentially how he's listening in and out of his life and Really incredible performance by Rizal Med. Also Olivia Cooke and Paul racy who's actually a coda. He is the child of death or hearing impaired parents. And he knows American sign language a character actor from several years and he is getting a ton of praise for his performance in this one, which I'm so happy to see. Sort of like a journeymen have his His moment. It harkens me back to sort of Robert Forester with Jackie Brown and sort of that, So it's a really incredible thing. And what are we hearing about resume that's performance. Yeah, and risen mad. They're definitely talking best actor for him. He recently came out on the cover. I think it was ah, variety of Hollywood reporter where he was saying, You know, he's had to play these roles that he didn't want to do any more, He said. I'm done playing terrorists. I want Have an opportunity to have three dimensional characters and so to see a South Asian British person played this role where that is a part of the character but all of the character and seeing him Really struggle with the realities of this disability is really incredible and visceral is one of the best male performances of this year. It is just a shame that it goes. It begins so many performances that are going to be hard to be most particularly Chadwick Boseman and lead actor performance of Murray's black bottom, but I think he's going to give him a run for his money, even in a posthumous awards campaign. We
Mac OS Ken
Epic Games files injunction against Apple
"EPIC Games has taken apple to court. I won't say the suits crazy but it does sound crazy. Business insider says the company has filed a temporary restraining order against apple with the intention of getting fortnight back onto apple's APP store. According to the report if granted by Judge Restraining Order would legally stop apple from removing delisting refusing to list or otherwise make unavailable the APP fortnight including any update thereof SOUNDS CRAZY RIGHT Turns out that epics fighting for something more though according to business insider the filing revealed potentially far wider impact of apple and epochs legal fight. EPIC will lose access to Apple's developer program by the twenty eighth. Of August the company said if it's up doesn't comply with APP store guidelines. This would mean that all of epochs APPs in the IOS APPs store would be pulled from listing importantly epoch says getting booted from the program would also mean it can access certain technology for developers. For, more on that bit, we turn to C. Net, which has epoch suit saying not content simply to remove Ford night from the APP store apple is attacking epics entire business in unrelated areas. Venture beat polls another paragraph from the filing that says that the unreal engine can no longer support platforms. The software developers that use it will be forced to use alternatives the damage to epochs ongoing business into its reputation and trust with its customers will be unquantifiable and irreparable. Preliminary. injunctive relief is necessary to prevent apple from crushing epic before this case could ever get to judgement. So how many games are we talking about? I have no idea and a piece from CNBC GIVES US mixed messages. Seriously one piece pushes both the freakout button and one that plays cool and the gang. The CNBC headline says how Apple's battle with epic games could affect hundreds of other games beyond fortnight. Hundreds, but there are only. Millions of APPs in the APP store. This is where the messages start mixing. The same. CNBC. Piece points out that unreal engine is not the only game in town according to the report while the unreal engine is popular on consoles in P., C.'s many mobile games use a competing and JEN unity which has not been affected. Wedbush analyst Michael Packer Tell CNBC unreal is used in some mobile games, but only a small minority. Unity is far more pervasive so hard to quantify the impact on the ban. My problem is well, i. have many including a few around this story. First of all, while epoch may have several valid points. The way they've gone about this whole thing is made them. Difficult to. Trust. When. They said losing their developer license would mean developers could not use unreal engine. I had questions because I'm not a developer and that is my second problem around this story. Reach out to a developer friend of mine but he was too busy to answer my question that sent me the twitter not to complain about my friend though he is a jerk. But to ask the question I tried to ask Mr Ain't got time for you ask. The question, I put to types on twitter is what epica saying true. They say apple revokes developer license they won't be able to update. Unreal. Engine. For. Developers to use. Does unreal engine access come through the APP store or is it that they would lose the ability to test? At Ross kinds was kind enough to respond. According to Ross doesn't go through the APP. Store. But. Certain features require certificates that need an apple developer account if those certificates are invalidated, they won't be able to release builds of the engine through x Coda. And not sure there are actually using any of those features he continued it could simply be a licensing issue can't distribute. Bildt's without a licensing agreement. Not really sure on this one since we exclusively distributed on the APP store. So never had this situation. So. What epic is saying may be true. which brings us. Back to my. First problem. Around the story. It's hard to know whether one can trust epic in this situation.
WBZ Morning News
Air India Express crash: Investigators find black box data
"Voice recorder and the black box from from the the Air Air India India expressed expressed plane plane that that crashed crashed yesterday, yesterday, killing killing 18 18 people people has has been been found. found. India's India's minister minister of of civil civil aviation, aviation, visiting visiting the the crash crash site, site, refusing refusing to to say say anything anything about about the the possible possible cause cause of of the the crash. crash. It It is is visible visible never never to to speculation speculation because because all all the the data data which which is is required required for for the the investigation investigation will will be be contained contained in in those those black black boxes. boxes. This This two two year year old old Boeing Boeing 7 7 37 37 flew flew from from Dubai. Dubai. Too Too cozy cozy Coda, Coda, which which is is also also called called delicate delicate in in India's India's southernmost southernmost state. state. The The dead dead include include both both pilots pilots of of the the Air Air India India Express Express flight. flight. The The four four cabin cabin crew crew are are okay. okay. The The
WBZ Morning News
Kerala plane crash: 'Black boxes' from Air India jet found
"From the Air India expressed plane that crashed yesterday, killing 18 people has been found. India's minister of civil aviation, visiting the crash site, refusing to say anything about the possible cause of the crash. It is visible never to speculation because all the data which is required for the investigation will be contained in those black boxes. This two year old Boeing 7 37 flew from Dubai. Too cozy Coda, which is also called delicate in India's southernmost state. The dead include both pilots of the Air India Express flight. The four cabin crew are okay. The
Triad Moms on the Mic
Talking To Your Kids About Race
"Today. We're going to be talking about something a little bit more serious than we normally talk about We're going to be chatting about talking to our children about race. The three of us are hosting the podcast today as white mothers. So we wanted to invite another team mom t member join us today WHO's a black mother to share our perspective. On this topic, we have Dinette Bailey with us today. She's GonNa on here in just a little bit, but just want to let you know that she'd be joining us So this is something that can sometimes be an uncomfortable conversation especially for white people. not always the typical conversation you have over dinner. It's one of those things that sometimes can get lumped in with politics and religion as Oh don't talk about that and commonplaces or it can be a bit touchy But as MOMS, as parents, kids notice differences at such a young age and it's something that if we don't talk about, that's where where the issues start. Court, we're doing them a disservice by not talking about the wonderful and the beautiful differences in the human race and as well as the complications that come along with that. Win You get into the real world. I as a younger mom kid of a younger I mean mom of a younger kid I've personally had to have these conversations yet my son Georgia's only one year old but it's something that I think we can start exposing our children to at a very young age. I know for us. Personally we try to. Have books the have diversity, and before Cova be around a lots of lots of diversity just in the places we visit and travel. I know. As a mom of a young child I underestimate what he can perceive at such a young age He picks up differences in in everything not just the way people look but you know shapes and colors and sounds so I sometimes forget how much he is learning. Already I'm interested in how you guys have kind of seen this in your children and how you approach with with older ones especially, Laura and I mean with Coda. You've made his two almost three. Right. So you guys might have to have dealt with this a little bit more. More recently than I have. So have you kind of approach this topic I'm super interested in hearing the next perspective. because I will. We definitely chose like a church and a friend group that would give us some diversity And I will totally confess as a white mom that I thought that was sufficient like I kind of thought that my kids would grow up like just accepting everybody I didn't anticipate the questions. If that makes sense. I just thought like, Hey, we have they are at Church on Sundays and Wednesdays, and every time we go with kids who do not look like them, and if they are play dates with friends who do not look like them. I really truly thought that that was going to be sufficient and so my my kids are now ten eight and five and my oldest started commenting on skin color at about three and the thing I would say is your kids are frank is a plank. They are going to be frank as a plank about all the uncomfortable stuff that like they're gonNa say it all the wrong ways they're going to say it loudly they're going to say it publicly and I really quickly found myself scrambling to friends and unlike is there something wrong with my kid like did somebody some babysitter something like why? I and it was honest questions like. Why is there skin dark and mine isn't and at one point one of my friends asked his one of my kids asked his precious little friend who's from Ethiopia. Why he didn't wash his skin better. And I almost choked on my waffle. and. My friend does mom like I'm one also to like jump in real fast and like react in a big way and I'm like we've got to put an end to this and she's like wait. And so I waited and I bet my tongue. And Theo looked at alliance said, that's just my skin color. It's darker than yours. It doesn't wash off and Eli was like, oh Okay. And that was it We had a conversation later. But like I would have made this in two, I mean a whole hot for Theo and for Eli, they were both three. and. They just resolved it just like over-complicated. So Yeah I. I do think maybe I don't know sometimes. In wanting to do the right thing. I have made things worse and like their conversations as children if we're raising them to be kind and accepting are going to be a lot better than. Mine if that makes sense. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely and we haven't. Dealt with that quite yet either on major turn to in April so she hasn't. Quite come about the awareness of. Differences like that people are still people to her and. I guess for me I just think about how? I would react kind of in the same way that you are like, how do you? Explain it without overcomplicating may be the best way is to you know if she's the next generation to let. The other child kind of explain it. In that way you're not overcomplicating in later on bigger questions arise you can. Come to that level I guess
The Digital Story
Comets, Night Sky, and More
"So this comic comment Neil wise really has been a delight I mean I. Don't think people really knew about it until March and then suddenly. Now, they're saying. This is a very visible comment. In fact, in some instances, you can see it with the naked eye, and certainly can see it with Nike and our cameras will have no problem seen at all. If we have good conditions, and so I'm pretty excited about this now. Up until this point up until really today where I live in California. You had to get up in the wee hours of the morning. to photograph which I don't mind I I. Mean I'm an Early Guy, I get up pretty early, but when I read that when we get to you know the thirteenth and the fourteenth. And the fifteenth, of July then we can start to see it above the northern horizon not too far above five to ten degrees depending on where you are above the northern horizon. In the evening. The evening which I really like because you know I, get up in the morning I I tend to do my work and do all that sort of stuff and I can do all of that I can do a full day's work. Have everything ready to go and then celebrate in the evening? Maybe get out there a little early do a little twilight photography, which is always fun right? Maybe shoot the comet if I can get a good anglong and get a good view of it, and then just keep hanging out and see what else I find. You can get a good shot of the Milky Way. So I'm pretty jazzed about this because I have to tell you. I can't be the only person thinking Oh. My God I can't take another picture of the cat or the walk. I do every day or you know. This routine that I mean the Rut. That I am in during shelter in place in terms of the physical out, there is about six feet deep right now, walking into so much I'm getting a lot done inside and being productive and doing all that stuff. That's great work. You know I I've been disciplined and focused and productive. Yeah, but in terms of the stuff that I really like in terms of getting out there and mixing it up in the city, doing some street, photography, or traveling or even going out to eat. You know all that kind of stuff. No. Hasn't been any of it and I really want to take a picture of something different than what I see every day and I think this. This is a good opportunity I don't even have to go very far. I'm scanning out some locations tomorrow. Night's GonNa. Be My first night. Actually tonight is going to be my first night. Because as you're listening to this, it's Tuesday yes. So I mean right now. It's Monday for me. That's you know there's my head right there. Tomorrow, Night's GonNa be my first night, and then if it doesn't go as well as I want, or if I learned some things that I wanted to apply again I'm GONNA. Go Out Wednesday night to supposed to have clear skies both nights up here in northern California for this type of photography the comments going to be about five to ten degrees above the horizon, so I need to find a good spot. I'm working on that right now. And I'm just going to get out and do some shots I'm GonNa do some shots now. My view of the comet shot for me anyway, and and I have shot comments before Hale Bopp I shot Haley's comet out in the desert out of Joshua Tree. Way Back when with film with CODA color like something, crazy cutter via our four hundred or something like that. It's a very grainy shot, but it's sharp in. It's actually quite beautiful I. Still Look At. It sometimes got Joshua Trees in the foreground all that. I'm not going to go out to the desert for this, but i. do have some good locations around here scouting them out right now for tomorrow night. And? Go out and just see if I'm really lucky if I have a great night when I go out. I have a great night I have the possibility of getting like two or three or four different shots in one photo shoot I love that especially after the drought that I've been in just in recent weeks. So I thought okay, let's talk about this. Is Talk about you know how to prepare talk about you know what to look for? Because a lot of you I'm sure in the same boat as me. This might sound appealing is a different kind of assignment begun. If we could even compare shots, you know if I get a shot and you get a shot and all that maybe I'll do a facebook post where we can compare shots well. Listen how goes first. And then we'll, we'll take it from there. So I've got five things that I have learned from doing these sort of shoots that I. Want to share with you right now. Really I mean a lot of this stuff. You're GONNA probably already. Know more what I'm trying to do today. Is this get you excited about going out and doing this and hoping that you will go out and do it if you have the opportunity to do so?
Triad Moms on the Mic
Rediscovering Your Sense of Self in Motherhood
"Really deep personal question for you guys, boy. We're GONNA get existential today. Ready. The question is. Who Are you? A. Feeling that was coming. On. Are you. Along do we have? Forty minutes by Mike Walk. That's a big question, right and. I think you troll some of the Parenting money facebook groups like the tried mom's on main community. Chad. Or some of the other ones. I see all the time all the time people saying things like. Well number one. How do I make friends as a grownup? And number two what do you guys do for yourself? What do you do for me time But in. That's those are two things that are part of a larger question about who we are as women. Right? Because we have kids a lot of times. Um We forget that we're people. Right. I mean, who who have you guys identify as yourself as so and so's mom. Ideally yeah. Even signed my emails that way. Will you know I was thinking about this because before hours nays mom. Mom Hours Zach's wife, and before that I was jailed daughter and Travis Sister Light. It wasn't just I'm CODA. You know like you always. Me Personally had someone else attached to explained. So, how do you? How do you identify yourself like if you were gonNA, write your bio for tried mom's on main. which we've all had to do right had how do you identify yourself? I honestly, like mine I think starts with my three kids like a mom to ally Caleb Violet, I home school which. Like crazy ton of my time Lake sometimes I'm runner. Sometimes. I'm not very motivated and not a runner. I guess like when I when I identify myself I tend to focus on the things they spend a lot of my time line. And at this point in my life, a big proportion of that time is my children and baked proportionate schooling them and a big like a large amount is my work. And there's not a whole time left. After that. If that makes sense. Yeah, and we'll end. We do kind of tend to identify ourselves as what we do and not who we are. Right. So what happens 'cause we've all gone through different. Stages of our life. What happens when what you do? You don't do. I was a teacher for fourteen years. And that's one of those professions that is very all encompassing. And I left when we moved to North Carolina and I was ready to leave and it was time But even now, I still sort feel like people in order to know me need to know that I used to be in middle school to. That makes there's an. That was times up Laura if not getting. It's a spam caller. Imagine that I am also a person, his screams SAM calls on myself. SMART. They WanNa talk to your car extended warranty. Really important or it's the the blood donation placed in Cincinnati where I no longer live and I have told them not like forty seven times. Like Oh let me update that and They still have. So you're also blood donor. That's good. Yes. TYPO. So. Laura in code I mean you guys have had kind of a shift of identity recently because your kids are little. So it wasn't very long ago that you were just. People. People. So, how did how did that feel when all of a sudden you were? Secondary I guess or who you were was secondary. Trying to think how to like formulate this into words because it's the most enormous shift of your life because you know when you get married, you're still yourself just with someone else but when you're a mom. There's just so word of that. And I don't really know had a had a explain that and it's just. That's. I guess I still feel even though may as two years old that on. A mom not anything else I guess I'm still trying to figure out how to. Make time for myself and figure out who I am now as opposed to who I was before I had kids if that makes sense in how to maybe like put those two people. And Still Bomb Tom for myself but still also. Give my kids as much as I can. I don't know. The other day and that would go so care at in a while. You know like it's just it's just different especially with a teeny tiny one in the house is still trying to navigate. How to not only be a mom but be a mom to more than one person. and. There's no going back, right? Right. You're never going to be the person you were before you had kids. You're never going to be the person you were when you were among to one you're. This constantly evolving. Thing and you think about your kids more than you think about yourself at this point in Tom, and I'm not sure if that changes as they grow older. Or. If it. Was Off at school and you talked about that before just how you you still worry about your kids? No matter what.