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"colin denny" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:21 min | 3 months ago

"colin denny" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Here's your host who still not entirely convinced the world is round. Peter saved. Thank you, Bill. We are sailing across the ocean of news for this year, still hoping against hope that it will be flat and we will mercifully fall off the edge. That's right back in March. If you can remember back that far, Life seemed pretty good. And we were excited to learn about a secret from the entertainment industry that would make our lives even better. Here's a bluff, the listener game featuring our version of the Nina, the Pinto and the Santa Maria, Meaning the Paula the Luke and the MAZ Jobrani. Hi, this is Liz Colin Denny from Look. Virginia Burke, Virginia. I don't know where that is, well part of Virginia, so it's actually like 20 minutes outside of D. C. If there's no traffic, but I know some people in Virginia who would say that's not really Virginia. That's Northern Virginia. Oh, yeah, well critical part of the cool part. Liz. It is great to have you with us. You're going to play the game in which you must try to tell truth from fiction. Bill. What is Lizzy's topic? What do we want it now? What do we want? I don't know. This week we heard about a piece of art or entertainment being held back under lock and key and the people are demanding access to it is that that episode of Hannity where he admits he voted for Hillary. Our Panelists are going to tell you pick the one is telling the truth and you'll win our prize. The weight waiter of your choice on your voicemail Ready to play. First up. Let's hear from Luke Burbank. For over five centuries, Art fans have been wondering. What exactly was the Mona Lisa smiling about India Vinci's classic painting. Well, we may finally have an answer. She was stoned out of her ever loving mind, at least according to an article published last week in The Oxford Art Journal by Halle Seitel, a prominent Renaissance scholar her evidence for this an earlier portrait of the Mona Lisa painted the day before the famous one by DaVinci, which is similar in every way. Except that in this version, Mona Lisa appears to be holding as the Italians would say, Dae Jin Tau Day marijuana a big old fat reefer in her right hand. According to the research paper, Lisa Gerrard Deanie, the Italian noblewoman who we think of as the Mona Lisa, suffered from terrible migraines and only found relief through cannabis. DaVinci Being a noted inventor as well as artist had designed the first indoor grow operation, complete with skylights in a complex system for irrigating the plants. Now no one has actually seen the painting where Mona Lisa is holding the joint. Seydel, The art expert found one mention of it in a diary that was kept by one of Da Vinci's assistants, which suggests that the canvas was actually turned around so DaVinci could paint on the other side. She believes the leading candidate for this masterpiece in the front party in the back is the Vinci's painting of Saint John the Baptist because of the microscopic cheese crumbs embedded in the paint. Indicating the artist may have had the munchies at the time of painting a long lost version of the Mona Lisa, which might explain what that smile means. Your next story of in demand media comes from Paula Poundstone. Writer director Ben Meckler recently attempted to view the digital release of the movie Cats on his home screen. Partway through. He tweeted his cry for help. Quote. I desperately need a tell all book about the making of cats. It could really help me get through this and quote Fellow writer Jack Woz responded with a tweet that I Paula Poundstone will not be allowed to use the exact term because of broadcast radio restrictions. But I will read part of the controversial term and you fill in the rest with what is a golfer aiming his fall towards on a golf course. Here is writer Jack was his tweet that started a movement quote. Visual effects. Friend of a friend was hired in November to finish some of the 400 effects in the cat's movie. His entire job was to remove CG I but that had been inserted a few months before which means somewhere out there, there exists a butt cut of cats and quote. Soon hashtag release the butt cut was trending now that it has been unleashed this public demand for anatomically correct animated movie animals surely won't stop their online please of hashtag where our bucks private will follow the home release of call of the Wild. And that of the new King Kong will be dogged by Hashtag released Kong schlong, the probably mythical but much demanded, but, uh, cut of cats and finally, let's hear about something that people desperately want to see from Maz Jobrani. Before George Lucas sold his Star Wars franchise to Disney. He had an out of the box idea. What would it be like to do a podcast featuring all of his favorite characters being interviewed by Yoda? And he would call it a yoed cast. Believe it or not, the yoed cast happened and the tapes are hidden somewhere deep in a bunker in Burbank, because Disney does not want them to see the light of day. Why you ask, interestingly enough. One other out of the box idea Lucas had was to have his golfing buddy Joe Pesci be the voice of Yoda in the old casts. As one could imagine the 10 episodes. Siri's quickly went from a podcast for all fans to a podcast for adult fans. The Burbank Gazette was able to obtain some clips of the Siri's where Pesci has heard saying your name. What is Why am I talking like this to wish the director replies. That's how your talks he flips his sentences. To which Pesci replies, How about I come over there and flip a couple of senators up your people? Then it goes downhill from there when he interviews Luke Skywalker, Pesci is heard saying. What's the force means to you? What kind of stupid question is that? Later, He asked Han Solo. Chewbacca goes, You actually understand that crap? Although fans are clamouring to have the podcast released, Disney executive deny the tapes even exist when the Gazette tracked down George Lucas and Joe Pesci on the golf course and asked them, Pesci replied. You better get out of my face before I used the force to smack you over the head with his tough club. All right, Then one of these things Liz might actually exist. And if it does, people want to see it wasn't from Luke, a version of the Mona Lisa in which he is holding a spliff of some kind. From Paula Poundstone, the butt cut of cats, which is, I guess the more anatomically correct version and from Ma's a Yoda podcast with Avery profane Yoda, as voiced by Joe Pesci, which of these really might be out there. Just tempting the fans. Well, I actually know the answer because I want to see the cat. But you do what you want to see the cat. But so, yes. So you're choosing Paula's story of the special cut of cats before they raised the cat butts? That's correct. Well, to bring you the real answer. We spoke to someone deeply involved in the real story. Decision was made to no longer include the bus in the movie Cats. So a visual effects producer was brought in to erase all the realistic cat that was Jack Watch the man behind the movement called Release the Congratulations was you got it right. You knew it all along. I hope you are able to see Aegis Elbaz, Fake cat, but Before you die you and also into point for Paula and you've won our prize. The voice of your choice on your voice mail. Thank you so much, Liz for playing with us today. Thank you. Thank you being followed by a shadow..

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"colin denny" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"colin denny" Discussed on The Final Lap

"Some guy named Ryan priests there at number eight what a race by the way to see him split that other crash that happen later in the race, man. I will I will give him that. It looked impressive. Yes. I mean just didn't live right through it. And I'm sure if you check his fires afterwards there had to be something in that thing. Kyle Larson in pretty much every wreck spun by himself and otherwise just a steaming pile of rubbish at the end of the race at forty two machine. He somehow finishes better than Jimmy. This seems to be his calling card, by the way. If you remember the wroval that car was destroyed in somehow he was able to barely end up ahead of Jimmy and the championship the hunt that year. So a lot of weird things. We does a lot of really magical things destroyed racecars kids. Listen up here. This these guys Jimmy Johnson. Kyle Larson are prime examples of why you never give up. No, definitely not you know, to that fact will also go further in the field. How about Korla joy he ended up eighteenth in this race Kerry? But he had trouble very early on cargo shared apart has a little fake face on the front of the car just got mangled and that team stuck with. They kept working on all day. Long seven laps down pretty much all day long. And they ended up with eighteenth place finish through attrition. So I mean, you don't give up. That's that's why you keep battling all the way through these things. All right. You got tied. Dylan Michael McDowell Joey llegado at number four who was kind of angry at his fellow Ford people for not helping him. Yeah. He's pulling the champion card real quick. I think really early. Yeah. He for them. The McDowell should be indebted doom forever. Michael McDowell said, no, I don't get paid to push you. Yeah. Paid to do whatever I can to win the race. And he saw that Joey had a destroyed race car himself and didn't think that was his best shot at twin? So I mean, you can't really blame down on that. Don't you know, who I am? The champion, man. It's right. You respect me. Eric Jones at number three. Let's hear from him. The car is still pretty good after the damage is really it looks really tore up. But it it went down the straightaway. Really good. So sport clips Camry was pretty quick all day. I think had we not had our issue and had a pit we we could have been right up there with Colin Denny for the remainder of the race hopefully without damage, but. Just got some big Ron's holes opened up and goes guys up there trying to fight for position. And as they were doing that. I was just kind of able to go where they weren't. And and had a big run each way and and get a few spots. So I probably wasn't gonna win. But just trying to maximize points at that point. How did air Jones ended up third carry don't know it just goes in line with his whole top ten. They just weird this. I mean he had fuel pressure issues early in the race illegally. He was going to go behind the wall. It was going to be over. I'm how they got that fixed. And he ends up third. Wow. Wow. Is a good word for this entire top ten except for Kyle Busch. He pretty much had a pristine race car up to. Yeah. And he went to the media center and actually talk for quite a while. I thought the racing day was pretty good. You know, like Joey said, I think having a fulfilled cars, obviously, just allowed the bottom to materialize and have enough strength down there to be able to keep some role in not everybody just being able to be so strong around the top. So. So you know, there was some good racing today. I thought the the two wide sometimes three wide actions. Sometimes the mixing it up guys get loose. And gets shuffled out was was pretty intense there and a few times, and I wouldn't say that much needs to be done. Maybe we just don't need to have racist with twenty cars on the track when he forty. All right. Kyle Busch there. Didn't stomp off though, he didn't. And he had every right to this point. He had this..

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