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"costello" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!

Woz Happening!!!!

08:05 min | Last month

"costello" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!

"Is just like, it just seems so natural. It seems so natural and watching this now. I was like, oh, I would watch this today. Like if this movie came out today, it would probably be almost identical. Obviously, some changes here and there, but it would be very similar. Yeah. And I loved the murder mystery aspect of it. I love a murder mystery. I thought that their comedy fits so well into that versus like, I don't know, I love a whodunit. So it's like trying to figure out who did it, wow, just laughing through. Yeah. And the pot when they're in the bottomless pit cave. That was hysterical because hysterical. The killer cons them into meeting him in a bottomless cave. So they go there and Costello basically falls almost into this like molten lava pit. And then the sequence of events that happen are so funny, like he basically shoots off the slide, ends up almost impaling himself on stalagmites. And he's like, well, this could have went really wrong. And it's just so funny. And then the killer lowers a rope to him and that little, it's so simple of a comedy that this part where the rope is flipping around, but it's so funny watching Costello try to get this rope and the interaction between him and the killer. He's like, he's like, are you serious? It was really funny. It was so funny. And one thing that I think worked so well in this movie, as well as in Frankenstein, and I would assume the it happens in the other films is Costello is so funny and he's seen as kind of dumb and bumbling and I've even described him as that. But everything he does ends up paying off in the movie. Like, he booby traps his whole room. Which is hysterical and he's like, oh no, you got ducked down because he has like a swinging pendulum mallet. And then it ends up catching the killer in the end because he tries to go away and he hits himself in the mallet and then he opens a closet door and the punching back comes out and hits him like things like that is so funny because you're watching it and they're making fun of him for booby trapping his room. They're like, why are you going to do this? And then at the end it catches the killer. His facial expressions are freaking hysterical. Whenever something happens like his like his little look or like the little thing he said, it's just on cue. It's so funny and it's just like when the killer's backing out the door. He's like, are you going out that door? And he's like, yeah, I need to go. It just is. And then I love when he opens up the closet there and discussed all the movies. He's like, oops, I forgot about that one. Oh, and the killer is on his knees and he's like, he pulls out the little itty bitty mallet, he goes, in case the big one didn't work. It's so stupid. It's so stupid, it's funny. It's so stupid. It's funny, but it's so funny because it's wholesome humor. Like, this is one of the things I love about it. It's not derogatory. It's not making fun of anybody. It's just how silly can you be? Right. And at no point in time, one of the reasons I like them so much at no point in time that they use vulgarity important time to do anything like kind of sexual. It's all wholesome fun. It's this whole fun. It's very, I think it's very much like of the times too. Like you would see it and you could distinctively point out we're in that I know it's a before Grover's corner, but we're in that rover's corner kind of like idyllic, as people would call and I'm using quotations you can't see. The good days, but it's like those worth a good days, but this is a good product of that time because it's very funny. Yeah. I can sit down and watch this with a child. My daughter, Cristiano, absolutely loved Abbott and Costello. She thought they were the funniest things ever. And this is she was a child at the time. She was like 6 and she would sit there with me and watch these and just die laughing. Have me rewind part. This is when you could rewind with everyone. And I'd have to rewind over and over again 'cause she just would crack up laughing and this movie is now like the comedies that come out now and you can't sit down with a child with some of these. They're just vulgar. Agreed. And I think that there's a distinct shift so I love them and you can tell like the waves that films come in and I think in the early aughts the early 2000s to the mid 2000s was a very big shift. It started in the 80s you can see some of the vulgarity getting played up and then I think they just went like balls to the wall in the early 2000s where if it wasn't like this kind of gross out humor like it wasn't going to make money and to me that's not that's not funny. No, it's not. It's really not funny. Like it's hard to talk about that compared to this because this like literally if you watch this yo just in tears laughing at the facial expressions, the interactions and stuff whereas in the other movies like you're watching it and like something like canceled fall down or some vulgar thing will be said and you laugh, you chuckle, but it's not like this how can I say it's like wholehearted laughter inside your gut wrenching laugh that you get from these movies? Exactly. There's something about these movies that I feel as someone who's only watched them as an older person. I never grew up with them. But there's something that's very nostalgic about them very wholesome about them and something that just brings you back to just like, oh, this is what a movie can be. It reminds me very much of like Charlie Chaplin. When you're just watching like, when people made movies because they love them. And that's what this is. This is advent Costello just haven't a great time laughing about. How silly can we be? And I think something that's so interesting while I was doing some research about this movie is that this movie wasn't intended for them. So it was intended for Bob Hope, and then when universal bought the script, they adapted it to fit Abbott and Costello's dynamic, which I think is fantastic because right now you don't have big production houses or big media houses that actually support or want their actors to succeed. Yes, they do, but at the same time, they want to make money. And I think this was coming out of time, yes, money was important, but they just wanted to make good films. Yeah. And that goes into the Frankenstein movie. Frankenstein, they didn't like the script. They didn't like it. And they weren't going to do it. I know. And see, that's the thing. I think so much right now, people are just pushing out movies to make movies to make money. And they're not wholehearted into the movie. They're like, you know, just what you make a ton of money off this. Let's do it. And it doesn't have to be good. It doesn't have to be good. And I think it's so interesting because then there are some movies that come out that are so good. I don't know if you guys have listened to our past episode Wendell and wild, but I think that falls into the thing of just people like, we want to make a good movie. This is what we're going to make. Yeah, coda. Coda. Coda is a great movie. This is a good movie. This is what we're going to make. And I love things like that because I think it's so important. The Lord of the Rings, like that movie is 20 years old now, and it's still regarded as one of the best movies. Well, he had a passion for that movie too. I know. He was really like, that was something he really dreamed of to make that come to life. And he didn't amazing job with those. There's still some of my favorite movies except for the first ones we already talked about. I didn't like those. You didn't like The Hobbit. I didn't like The Hobbit. I didn't like The Lord of the Rings. We're gonna get dormant back in here. So you can like berate me, but that's the type of passion that these guys have in these movies. They're passionate about you can tell their passion about this film and they want it to be good. And like Costello on numerous occasions, if you read their backstories, would ab lib to make the scene funnier. Oh yeah, and you can tell that these guys are just naturally hilarious. And I don't know, they're dynamic. Once you find something that works, you know, and I would consider abban Costello similar to key and Peele who are one of my favorite comedy duos. Sorry, this is going back to Wendell and wild. But I think that that once you find that dynamic of just being able to have fun and make comedy that works, it is so magical. I mean, I don't know of another comedy duo that I would, I would say, has that magic. No, Keenan and Cal kind of almost it. I think they did, but they were targeted for a young audience, so they're humor was really young. I think, and then

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"costello" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!

Woz Happening!!!!

07:20 min | Last month

"costello" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!

"What happened in the world of your host the wizard of wise picture was and this week you're now doing another Abbott that's normally called meet the murderer. No, the killer. We just talked about how we were confusing the movie, the movies I've set off offline, but no, we're doing advancing with the killer, Boris Karloff. Yes. Boracay is in it, no spoiler on that. No spoiler on that. So I don't know if you guys had tuned in to our abban Costello meet Frankenstein. My history with Evan and Costello is not as richer as deep as Ben. So Ben I'm going to let you know that I watch old movies. It's not my fault. No, no, I just, like I had said before, I had only read or heard who's on first when I was in English class, and then Ben introduced me on my first movie, which I loved listening to the episode. It's amazing. Yes. So avid Costello are my favorite comedy to do. I'm in sorrow. But I love this one is if you listen to the one about Frankenstein, Costello is basically downplayed in that one with no one believes him, they think he's basically an idiot and just coming off his stupid and Abbott is basically totally in denial of anything castella tells him about Frankenstein. In this one, it's the total opposite. There are murders going on and Abbott basically tries to save Costello. Every chance he can without jeopardizing any of them getting in trouble. Absolutely. And with me only seeing two of these movies, it kind of seems like the dynamic between them is that who's the main one. Abbott is Costello is the short one, Abbott's tolerant. Okay, so Costello, who I'm going to call in my head, the main one. Costello is much more of the prat falling and the body comedy and all these stunts and practical practicality. And I think that it's so funny because he always has this kind of like nervous bumbling energy, I feel. Yes. He is definitely the main comedy protagonist. Oh, absolutely. He is the one that all the comedy stuff is around. Abbott is more like the down to earth centered individual, whereas castell is the one that makes all kinds of bumbling mistakes. Yeah. And I thought, I thought it was so funny. So this one was more like a murder mystery because we have a man who's killed, Costello is framed for the murder. And it happens at a hotel, and all the suspects are actually in the hotel staying. Yes. So it's a very fun whodunnit, which was not the format I was expecting going in. Yeah, yeah. Costello's a bellhop, and basically at the beginning of the movie, the author that's coming in, he's going to release a memoir. And it's going to basically incriminate all these people. Yeah, because he was a lawyer. Yeah, so this is something that they can't have happened. So at the beginning, he messes up and he castello basically says to the guy, I'll get you. And he's like, oh, he threatened me. He's like, he's like, you're going to get some fired. And that's what leads to him being the number one suspect. That's he said, I will get you. And then it's basically Costello repeatedly falling into bad events where bodies fall into his lap and he's trying hard to tell people what's going on and he's trying to tell Abbott. And every time he tries to show Abbott, the body disappears. Oh my God, so that was one of the funniest scenes. He's like, no, the bodies here. It's here, and they're like running through like, first of all, the biggest suite in the hotel I would assume it has like 5 rooms in it. And the body just keeps moving every time. I thought it was so fun, but then you have Abbott hiding the gun, planning, hiding the bodies in the elevator, planning a gun and someone else's room. It's like, first of all, this police officer is bad at his job. Well, Costello was supposed to be his cousin in this. True. So their blood and that comes into play later on. He's like, we're blood. But he basically, it's the opposite of the Frankenstein one where he 100% police Costello's innocent could not possibly commit these Meredith and he's basically comes across all these bodies and he's like trying to help Costello hide the body so that they're not found so that he won't be incriminated right away. Exactly. And just bumbles his way through the whole thing. One of them, one of my favorite parts is so the police are holding him in a giant suite. We've talked about it. It has four rooms. He has this beautiful woman who's trying to convince him to sign a confession because she's like, we're going to get him to thank fashion, and then we're going to make him look like he killed himself. And then we're all going to get away, Scot free. So while he's doing that, he's ordering the most lavish things. And the guys go, you got to relax. He goes, why it's on the state. This is California it's huge. It's not like Rhode Island, and I thought that was just like, I don't know why that line sent me. I thought it was hilarious. Yeah, a 100%. Like the whole movie, like watching Costello, the stuff he does in this. There's one point where Boris Karloff is like a Swami and he hypnotizes him and he wants him to commit suicide. This way. So he tries to get him to hang himself and like Costello basically rips the new sound and he's like, you know, all right, well, then I'm gonna have you jump out this window and he's like, no. He's like, I'm not gonna do it. He's not gonna happen. And he goes, jump and he jumps backwards. He's like, no, you're supposed to jump out the window and he's like, no, I'm not gonna do that. It is, it is so funny. And that sequence of these failed suicide, or attempted suicide attempts from reminding me of, did you ever see the movie better off dead with John Cusack? Yes. Yes. So do you know how he better after for those who haven't seen it? Hilarious movie. I highly recommend. But one of the points is that John Cusack tries to kill himself. A bunch of different ways. And they all go so comedically wrong. Yeah, that's like this. Like this. Kyle off, oh, so there's one point where California has a knife. And he's like, all right, would you stab the man in the mirror? And Costello's view, the only person he sees in the mirror is Boris Calvin. Yup. Yup. I will. I will, and he goes, then stab him, and then he comes after Kyle off, I was like, wow, wow, what are you doing? No, no. Not me. Who's supposed to be you? Then Abbott walks in 'cause I love he is Abbott coming in. So he runs off and then I have it walks in and castella is about to stab me, slaps so funny. No, he slaps his fingers, stops his fingers. And wakes him out of it and he's like, what's up? He's like, what are you doing? It was hilarious. And it was so it was fun. It still had some of similar tropes, I think, because it came out in that same time, 19 40s, early 50s. Fall into a lot of the women in the movie fell into a lot of the same tropes of like, oh, I'm the femme fatale. Oh, I'm the soft spoken niece or granddaughter, whatever. But this movie isn't about them or that. It is about Abbott and Costello being hilarious. Yes. And honestly, the women and the thing aren't really centered. No, they're not. They're really sidelined. Yeah, and they're suspects, but they're not focused. It's mostly all the male characters that are highly represented. Let's detectives. Right. The other male characters that are being the female, there's one female that is kind of lead in it. So when it was seducing him. Yes, but other than that, that's it. I thought it was really funny. I thought it was really well done. I don't know. I love Abbott and Costello because I think they're humor. I've said it before, is very universal still. It's still very funny because it doesn't punch down on anybody. It's just them making very funny mistakes. Yes, a 100%. And like I said, Abbott is the more control person. But he is such a clutch himself. Oh my God, yeah. He's such a clutch himself. And they play off each other so well. The comedy

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'Fighting for Justice' Author Mark Shaw Exposes the Truth

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | 2 months ago

'Fighting for Justice' Author Mark Shaw Exposes the Truth

"Folks, I am so excited to have as my guest this hour mark Shaw. He's the bestselling author of the reporter who knew too much, the new book absolutely fascinating. It's called fighting for justice, the improbable journaling journey to exposing cover ups about the JFK assassination, the deaths and the deaths of Marilyn Monroe and Dorothy kilgallen. We're getting into it here. So it is really fascinating stuff Mark and we had Johnny Russo on this program a few times and he said, you were absolutely dead on and he was somebody that was deeply connected with the mob and Frank Costello's boy, so to speak. Very nice kind of amazing to have him ratify what you're saying. But let's just keep going. Well, I'm probably one of the most least likely people who could have ever done this area. I was a college dropout at Purdue. It took me 6 years. I'm not the smartest guy in the world, but I was a criminal defense lawyer for a number of years and then a network legal analyst for the Tyson case and other kinds of Bryant and OJ and all that. I always look at motive when you're looking at who's responsible for a homicide. And so the next book, as you mentioned, it was the reporter who knew too much. And that's where I met this incredible human being journalist, media icon, Dorothy kilgallen. Most people know about her from what my line, the quiz show on CBS for ten years. That's all that I knew. And then I started looking into it and I found out that she had really gotten involved in the JFK assassination. They called her the most powerful female voice in America, the post did. And so I found out that, hey, wait a minute, Dorothy got into this. And she decided that she needed to go ahead and look into it because she and JFK were very close friends.

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No charges against Rudy Giuliani in Ukraine lobbying probe, prosecutors say

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

No charges against Rudy Giuliani in Ukraine lobbying probe, prosecutors say

"Prosecutors in New York do not plan to criminally charge Rudy Giuliani in connection with the probe into his interactions with Ukrainian figures The former New York City mayor and former personal lawyer for former president Donald Trump is declaring it a total victory Federal prosecutors were investigating whether Giuliani's dealings with figures in Ukraine leading up to the 2020 election required him to register as a foreign agent The decision was made after a review of evidence from raids on Giuliani's home and law office last year Giuliani's attorney Robert Costello told

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"costello" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!

Woz Happening!!!!

08:07 min | 3 months ago

"costello" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!

"The water and she watched me act. And this week here on I was going over the comedy classic Abbott castello meet Frankenstein. Now what's so funny about this is I will say out the gate. I am not a well versed Abbott and Costello person. All I really knew was who's on first. I was taught that in my tenth grade English class and we were learning about, I don't know, we were just we were studying it. And that was all I really knew about them. And then I didn't know peripherally that they did. They were this comedy duo. But this was the actual first movie from them I've ever seen. So what's your history with them in the film? Okay, so I am older. My father was older than me, of course, and my father grew up watching Laurel on hardy, Charlie Chaplin, Abbott Costello. So for me, my dad got me into watching the older comedy duos. Like, was it a babes in toyland with Laurel and Hardy? And I'm a huge, huge fan of Abbott Costello. I've watched almost all that movies. Meets Frankenstein is one of my favorites, meets the killer, is another comedy classic. Hold that ghost. So this tons and tons of advent costal movies that for me, I could sit and watch all day. Absolutely. And that's so cool that their film history is so rich and that they have such a lasting impact. I mean, I love a physical comedy. And I don't think until I actually watched a movie because when you're reading it, you don't get it. But how physical their comedy is and how they commit to the bit. I was so impressed by it. Yeah, there's one part of Frankenstein, each Frankenstein, where the monsters hand comes through the door and Costello was on cue. He was supposed to stay in a certain point, and he knew that if he went a little further, the monster's hand would actually strike him. So he did it on purpose to get hit and then he did this whole little spit with it, and they kept it in the movie because they thought it was just so funny. It is so funny. And I think that I love that. And I love when actors commit more than what they're supposed to. And I think that they you can tell that they're really passionate. They're trying to have a good time with it while reading some history on the film. I know that there was a lot of studio things that went wrong and we got Bella lugosi, but we don't have Boris Karloff in the film we just have him promoting it. Never to have never seen it. So I know that there's some drama, but when you're watching it, it feels like it's such a fun time. And we're going to dive into more of what the film's about and what it goes through. But it is fun and it was a lot. It was really interesting, I thought. Yeah, to know that they thought Bella would go see what's dead. They didn't even know what he was alive to do Dracula. So that's pretty funny. And he's like, no, no, I'm alive. He's like, no, I want to be in this movie. So getting into it, we have Abbott and castello, their names are chicken chicken Lou. Chicken Lou. And as you know, there are two very different body types. We have Abbott, the taller one, chicken the movie. That's how I'm going to refer to him. So we have chick who's like taller. You would consider more classically good-looking, I guess, but to me he was old. And then we have Costello, the shorter one, who is kind of dimwitted they make him out to be. Heavy set, smaller. What someone would deem unattractive, but what I love about it is that every turn, he is the most attractive man in the movie. And I think it is to the point where chick was like, you got two girls, I don't even have one like what am I doing? I loved it. And Costello was just like, I'm like a good guy. Maybe they just like me. And I think that is a really important point because I'm going to get randomly because I have a lot to say about this movie, but I love that daikon and how it plays later when we see the R two main females. We have the classic dark haired femme fatale, obviously the bad one because that's how you can discern good women and bad women in film is by their hair color. And then we have the more softer investigative journalists miss do right. And I think, and they're both interested in cassel. They don't, they don't care about chick at all. And I think it is. So what is, how do you view that? Because obviously we come from different time points. So when you saw that, 'cause to me it was a big part of the movie. Well, it's the classic villainous slack hair. She's the villainous, the way the dam's always the blond hair, you know, when you pitch a like the princesses and the mostly they consider with blond hair. I mean, then they go off some princesses go off the box with Snow White as black hair. Normally when you think of a damsel in distress, it was like a blond haired blue eyed girl that was very attractive and she was like the heroine. And that's where we get the investigator. And then the doctor was the bad. Right, but what I loved is like when we use it when you use the word damsel in distress, I viewed Costello as the biggest damsel in the shows for the whole month. And I loved that the doctor she was a lady. She was evil, obviously, because she used her dark haired powers of seduction to get him to Dracula's manner. And then we have the investigative journalist. She's like, I'm gonna come and save you. And I thought that was so funny because we usually see women in this role, so I liked it, that it was turned, obviously, avan castello being the main players of this film. They're going to have the titular roles. But I thought it was really interesting to see that they didn't damsel one of their women. They had themselves damseled. And I thought that it was really good how they put the film together. You know, chick and Lou are basically they work in like a delivery service. Like on a dock or something, we're like, creates come in for McDougal's house Sahara and it's got Frankenstein and Dracula in them, and you know, they just think it's this props, but in reality it's really is, Frankenstein and Dracula in them. And I think mcdougall also thought that they were props. Yes, yes. Like no one knew that they were real, which was, I thought that one scene when they're like when castells on top of the giant crate. I mean, the lengths that they go to when you said Charlie Chapman, I totally see his silent film influence, granted this movie to come out in 1948. So you do have that black and white old Hollywood feel to it, but I felt like it still held up today. Oh, yeah, 100%. It is so funny. And like, you know, the fact that they had all the monsters, you know, the wolf man comes along Cheney. He knows that the real monster, but no one believes him. Just like no one believes Lou and so they go back and forth and like Lou knows it's the monster, but he also thinks that Cheney is a nut bag. Besides chick that he needs to not back down. Right. And I just love how no one believes each other. One of the best sequences to me was when chick is trying to drop off lawn chaney's bags. And he's like already transforming into this monster and they just keep missing each other in this hotel room. It is such is just such a great example in a study of perfect comedic timing. And I think everything that they do in this movie is super intentional. Yes. Everything has a point. It all loops back around. It's so funny. So I want to get back, let's get back into the story. So chicken Lou obviously get embroiled into this scheme when they when the mcdougall thinks they harm his wax figures, not knowing that they're real. But having it be a plan set up, I Dracula, and the doctor, the lady doctor, we'll call her doctor dark hair because guys, I forget their names. Because they want to get Lou's brain to put into Frankenstein. Which is so funny. They're like, he's so dumb. And he's so dimwitted. Like, we can do it. We can fool and we can get him in. And it's like, okay, but why are you trying to put like a dumb brain into Frankenstein? Like, wouldn't you want a smart brain or are you saying that you couldn't pull the smart person? I think Dracula wanted him to be controllable. Not, oh, true, true, true. Not crazy, like the brain that's in it because he had Frankenstein's brain was the brain of a lunatic because Igor dropped it and the real brain and put the lunatics in it. So Frankenstein basically is uncontrolled. And he's, he can

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Kari Lake: 150 Examples of Democrats Denying Election Results

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Kari Lake: 150 Examples of Democrats Denying Election Results

"I actually shot you asked that question. Well, actually answer. I did a little actually Anthony, Anthony holder. 20. Are you a journalist? No. Well, you did better research than have these people. Let's talk about election deniers. Here's a 150 examples of Democrats denying election results. Oh, wow, look at this. This is from. This is from Joe Biden's press secretary. Reminder, Brian Kemp stole the gubernatorial election from Georgians and Stacey Abrams. Democrats saying that. Is that an election denier? Oh, look at this. Just heard Republican Ryan Costello. Who said it would be difficult for Stacey Abrams to win because she lost her state bid, but yet she's still claiming she never lost. This is our Hillary Clinton Trump is an illegitimate president. Is she an election denier? This one says was the 2016 election legitimate. It now definitely is a question worth asking. That's the Los Angeles Times. So it's okay for Democrats to question elections. But it's not okay for Republicans. It's a crocodile. Every one of you knows it. We have our freedom of speech, and we're not going to relinquish it to a bunch of fake news propagandists. If you want a copy of these, I'm sure that Anthony would help you get a copy and help you learn how to be journalists, but look it up. It's been happening for a long time. Since 2000, people have questioned the legitimacy of our elections. And all we're asking is that in the future, we don't have that have to happen anymore. When I'm governor, excuse me. When I'm governor, we're going to make sure we have honest selections. We want the Democrats, the independents and the Republicans to all know that their vote counted. We want fair, honest and transparent elections, and we're going to deliver that for the people. But

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Rudy Giuliani testifies to a grand jury for nearly six hours over election investigation

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 5 months ago

Rudy Giuliani testifies to a grand jury for nearly six hours over election investigation

"Rudy Giuliani was added in Atlanta courthouse yesterday as a special grand jury investigates possible illegal attempts to influence the 2020 election in Georgia Giuliani spoke with AP reporter Larry knew Meister at JFK airport as he returned to New York providing few details after hours of questioning before the grand jury in Atlanta District attorney said if the end mister Giuliani has satisfied his obligation under the subpoena So I was very happy with my satisfied my application Giuliani was pushed through the terminal in a wheelchair and confirmed it was his first plane trip since heart stent surgery in early July his attorney bob Costello did not address whether his client declined to answer any questions but said the 5 and a half hour session went well with no disputes Fulton county district attorney Fannie Willis opened the investigation after the disclosure of a phone call between Donald Trump and Georgia election official Brad raffensperger I just want to find 11,000

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Robert DeNiro to Play Two Separate Mafiosa in 'Wise Guys'

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:27 min | 5 months ago

Robert DeNiro to Play Two Separate Mafiosa in 'Wise Guys'

"But wise guys, this movie is going to make De Niro. It's a period of peace. He's going to tell the story of Vito Genovese and Frank Costello. Who are a pair of Italians running two separate crime families during the mid 20th century, Genovese tried and failed to assassinate Costello in 1957. But then, well, it's a great story. The in Costello got his revenge. And De Niro, you ready for this? Is playing both roles? What are we doing? I love De Niro. In my mind, he can play anything. I'd watch De Niro play an Uber driver. I don't care. He's the best, and I know he's done some roles in the last 20 years, which are embarrassing. You know, yeah, I have to remember. When actors get to a certain age and their grandpas or daddies, they tend to do things that their kids are grandkids want to see. So you can't get up there and ask too much. De Niro did a rock in bullwinkle. He knows it was a piece of shit, but he wanted his grandkid to see him in the movie, or hear him in a movie. You know, you can't. But De Niro's playing both these roles, Genovese and Costello. Nick pileggi has written this script pileggi wrote Goodfellas. He's the best in the business. And he wrote the book wise guy, but that's not what this movie is based on. Unfortunately, the producers Irwin Winkler, he's the fuck face who keeps squeezing Sylvester Stallone, and won't give him a percentage point of the rocky movies, so Winkler is producing this which sucks. Barry Levinson is the best. He'd made movies toys, bugsy, rain man, good morning, Vietnam, ten men, and diner among others. He also did the HBO Emmy nominated series, the survivor, he did two episodes of dope sick with Michael Keaton. This guy, I mean, look, you can't get better people. But De Niro playing both roles, I wonder what that's gonna look like, you know?

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Rabbi Jonathan Cahn and Eric Discuss Trump's Effect on Roe v. Wade

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:50 min | 6 months ago

Rabbi Jonathan Cahn and Eric Discuss Trump's Effect on Roe v. Wade

"Welcome back, we're talking to rabbi Jonathan Khan, author of many books, including the harbinger, the harbinger two, son of harbinger, just kidding. No. Harbinger meets avenue Costello meet harbinger, the film is called the harbingers of things to come. It's available at Salem now, dot com, all kinds of other stuff in here. When you talk about the jubilee of abortion, which we just covered, you were relating that to the Supreme Court overturning roe V wade, and there's no question that is utterly historic. I mean, it's a monumental thing that something which was a bad law, not just because abortion is evil, but the law itself was bad. It was a high handed overreach by the judiciary to legislate something. It has no business being found in the constitution. It's just complete nonsense. But to have that actually overturned in our lifetimes, thanks to Donald Trump, who appointed three originalists to the Supreme Court. Yes. Yeah, a few things. One is, and remember we once talked about a thing called the paradigm. I think that I'm just going to say one thing about that. I won't go, yeah. What's one of your books? Yeah. Yeah. And one of the things about Donald Trump is I saw that he's following with America. He kept following this pattern of jehu jehu was the wild guide. And he comes up while the nation's falling away from God. But the one thing that one thing that jehu does, which is if he only did that, it would be enough. Is he opposes the worship of bail, which is the offering of child sacrifice. So the thing is that so jehu actually causes the temple of bail to fall. Donald Trump, as you said, he's the one who appointed the three Supreme Court Justices and by that act he caused roe versus way to fall.

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Hunter Biden's Infamous Laptop Confirmed in New York Times Report

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:23 min | 11 months ago

Hunter Biden's Infamous Laptop Confirmed in New York Times Report

"But one of the things that kind of isn't always discussed is and this is irrefutable, by the way. Which is how there was a massive disinformation campaign that was concocted in early October, which was direct election interference to try and convince people that the Hunter Biden laptop was fake. You might remember Rudy Giuliani had obtained a copy of the Hunter Biden laptop. He did that in conjunction with his attorney Robert Costello. He got the laptop and started to publicize parts of it. Now, immediately, Politico came out on October 19th with this story. Now, we knew this story was a piece of fiction. We knew that everyone was covering for this. We knew what was happening. And yet Politico ran it anyway in one of the great disservice. And one of the great acts of journalistic malpractice because this article that I'm about to run through. Was referenced and cited and used time and time again as a way to censor all conversation about Hunter Biden. Quote, Hunter Biden's story is Russian disinformation. Dozens of former Intel officials say. More than 50 intelligence officers signed a letter casting doubt on the New York Post story on the former vice president's son. More than 50 senior intelligence officials have signed onto a letter, outlining their belief that the recent disclosure of emails allegedly belonging to Joe Biden's son, quote, has all the classic earmarks of a Russian information operation. Now, what was so disappointing about Politico running the story is that there was no evidence of it. It was just people said, yeah, it looks like something they would do. The letter signed on Monday, centers around a batch of documents released by the New York Post. Last week that purport to tie the Democrat nominee to his son, hunter's business dealings. Now obviously these intelligence officials only sign the letter because they wanted Donald Trump to be defeated. They didn't sign it because they actually believed it. They signed the letter because they wanted Donald Trump to be

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"costello" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"costello" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Be well, all right. Okay. Thank you. Elvis Costello, up on many of the songs we played together as a playlist on the all songs considered site. His new album, the boy named if, is out, and I'll take us out on the song he spoke about called the difference. I'm bob boiling for NPR music. It's all songs considered. From blue flower to tell just where my fortune fits. About a Barbie on my caution before I live in need this space and..

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"costello" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"costello" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"You see I know you are well that's I mean that's one of the great gifts of recording music I hate to speak of at Donna Ross, but you've got to say that's Eddie Kendrick singer at the top and that's as good as you can sing. Anybody. Temptations and the supremes together. Yeah. So by that time, you know, I'm sort of like, I can see myself on the dance floor at the edge of the dance floor. You're about how all 15 or 14. Sort of trying to pluck up the coast and build a dance. And in my dream of my life, we're having the conversation in this song, which of course we're never going to have. And that's what I remember. That's why it's always emotional because it's not sentimental or supposed to be said about. It's not full of sentiment to me, but it's not nostalgic. I don't want to go back to that indignity, particularly. You know, I'm doing just fine. But the thing about it is, well, first thing to note, the introduction, you just hear the feel of the ban. These incredible musicians might have had none of these people were in rock and roll. They were in jazz and R&B, the way they play, you can tell. This hypnotic groove, there's no drum machine involved as a spaciousness to the music. And their orchestration, the simple orchestration, the temptation singing backgrounds. It's one of the great science of all time. Them as a quiet, quite often seeing how other people's records disguised. And then any cadres and then Donna Ross, which is, at this point, it's about as good as the voice can be for recording, where her voice operates on the microphone. It sounds like it's being amplified by something by other some other source. It sounds like to me it sounds like a sort of when it went on to the microphone. It sounded like it came from a speaker already because it came from her incredible vulnerable voice. And I mean, as a spoken bit on it, which is very much of its time where they have the dialog. And then any Kendrick sits a note. Which you can't write down. You know, it's just a note beyond all imagining. It's one of the most thrilling moments on any record by anybody. That band had David ruffin and Eddie Kendricks, but they had all his other great voices all around him. And, you know, Diana Ross had the supremes. Wilson was a great singer. City birds on. This music just, it was so much more than most English beetroots could play. And nobody could sing like this. Nobody's saying I'm Marvin Gaye. Anybody single at Marvin Gaye spoke in romson. Stevie Wonder, you know, and he was still a teenager doing things that were just mind bending. And that's before he really took charge of the production of his own records. And my talking book and things like that. I mean, we were so lucky to live in that time. And that's not sound because it's great music by this. But when you listen to this just next to a sophisticated orchestration like plasma, this is sophisticated music. At its most heartfelt and expressive so that's one thing. Elvis Costello, what a thrill to talk to him. We'll be back with more of this conversation in just a minute. You're listening to all songs considered from NPR music. What I love about what's happening so far is that we're talking about hearing things absorbing them and either you doing something with that with what you hear or you having done something and someone hears what you do, and they take it, just talk about the way things take shape and pass along. When we seem to, you know, I don't think we intended necessarily to make this solely about orchestration, but the one thing it's unavoidable, even when you go to a song I heard as a teenager, listening to it now, I hear the sprints and the temptations, all the elements of support they get to tell that story, the way the voices are interact. Now, if you skip over all the records I made with the attractions, which is a lot of music, it's very difficult. Some of which people really like some of which people like a lot and never want you to do anything else. I sort of had the fortune to recognize when I needed to step out into a different kind of performance initially solo. I became very good friends with T boba net. We talked about the songs that I was then writing, which were the king of America record. You know, that was the first experience I had of working for a whole or for most of an album with other players. Leave it like James Burton and Jerry chef and Ronny Taylor play with Elvis Presley. And what do you think it brought out of you? Well, simply that they were more accomplished than pushing into the foreground. And it's kind of an American English kind of approach. And if you think about all the English rock and roll bands like the who and the Led Zeppelin, it's like the person who's playing is really in the foreground. Nobody stays in the background just laying it down. Interesting. Never thought about things that way. So do you want to illustrate something that you did with cheap own or pick something there? No, not because the point I was leading to is that I think it opened a door to the possibility of the attractions were a very, very good group that were other single mind or it seemed to be of a single mind for maybe only one record, which was this year's model. After that, it was me sort of trying to drive the train off various road. The car off various roads. And some of the results were armed forces was one thing, which was drawing from all sorts of ABBA and David Barry and Burt back where I have to say that all sorts of ambitious ideas, but still trust trying to make a pop record for the radio. And when that kind of thrill ran out, I went back to R&B to the things that I had absorbed from listening to stacks and we make get happy. Then I bought a piano and that changed everything. What year is that? That would be 1980. And then that is the reason why both I went to the melancholy of ballads. I went to Nashville made a record after we made trust, which has shot with his own gun on it. I went to Nashville recorded a bunch of Nashville songs that I had been loving for 20 years, the producer who was responsible for many, many big country politician heads was bewildered that I wanted to cut all these old as he thought worn out songs that we had like a sort of 9 day standoff informed by quite a lot of drinking. And made this record, which was a hit in England a huge hit. And not a hit at all in America just horrified all the people that thought I should be making new wave records whatever the hell they were. And I decided to make that we were going to the studio under 12 weeks, which was enough time to make four albums in our previous lives. With Jeff rap mercury we had worked other than JetBlue show, we'd only work with Nick Lyle. Nick and was our friend. It was somebody I announced as I was 17. We trusted a new each other, but he respected that I needed to try something. And that important thing of having somebody accept or that you could trust. So Jeffrey for imperial bedroom, letting Steve know his ability to orchestrate shine on a few tracks. His piano playing suddenly became much more expansive. I spent weeks and weeks in the studio with Jeff on my own overdubbing vocal parts of different registers and really using the studios and instrument. Then with T bar and I went the other way and stripped it to the acoustic guitar with instrumentalists who sat behind. And it opened up a, you know, this is leaving out to pop records we made every day out right the book, but working with chat baker on shipbuilding..

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"costello" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"costello" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Just really when I don't like to speak over peg Lee. I did actually meet one. She was so nice to me. The opening, you can understand its attraction to a child's ear, can't you? Because it sounds like music and a fairytale. And it's only now I'm older that I'm going. Yes, these arrangers had heard Alban Berg. You know, they'd heard, like tell us Calvin Burke, tell us, for those of you who had had Viennese music and some of the arrangers were very, very conversant with music from Vienna and I know that now because I got drawn into finding where all these sounds, but the use of the harp and the this is not like this is more like FiLMiC music, isn't it? And a lot of film scores drew from well, write that off and tchaikovsky, but also chromatic music, which kind of suggests the shifting sands of fate. You know, in a story, swirling sort of harmonies. That's comes from Wagner and WC and this sort of stuff where it's not even clear what key they're in until the guitar comes in. It's really like Vietnamese music and not as extreme in its theory. It sounds very intellectual what I'm saying, but I'm not a musicologist. I just absorb this emotionally. So when I hear some of that, then these music post schomburg, I don't hear the intellectual therapy, I hear where it takes you in a dream. And just as this does, now, this song is like circled around. This song being you're my thrill. I can think of versions of it that I've loved, Peggy Lee, the next voice I would think of singing it would be Doris Day, who also sang it beautifully. Julie London sang it very beautifully. Billie Holiday, right? Billie Holiday, of course, she would sing this beautifully. One of the most beautiful vocal performances is Joni Mitchell's record from travel augment, then spend those arranged. But I'm a little biased here because I mean my wife recorded this song. And it's not just I'm not just playing, you know, want to play a little bit of this because it's the woman I love because I genuinely think that it's the most connected to the sense of what this sunk can mean since I was a child and herd Peggy Lee. It's very strange. It's a very strange contradiction to hear Peggy Lee when you didn't know anything about sexuality sensuality, yet you're here in a voice that pause is so it's such an almost erotic and definitely.

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"costello" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"costello" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Feeling okay that's farewell, okay, the opening track to Elvis Costello is thrilling new elements called the boy named if I've been listening to Elvis Costello's music since his very first album in 1977 was so stoked to talk about this new music. I love it. So I picked some songs to play from the new record. I asked to play some songs that helped shape his life, but after over an hour of chatting, we barely got to talk about his new album. Elvis was more excited to talk about how his mom and dad met at a record shop. How she refused to sell one of the very first portable record players to well. Well, I'm going to save that part. We hear the sounds of Peggy Lee, something Elvis Costello heard as a child. We hear his wife Diana crawl, her Chet baker, his love with Motown. And what a thrill ride this conversation turned out to be. We begin with an early childhood memory, and a life-changing event. Some of my first sort of sensory memories are revolve around a decade, which is a kind of record player. It's one of the first stand-alone final record players, and it's, you know, it's a design of consequence, because I think they have them in the Victorian Albert Museum. I don't know. It was the pie black box was the first portable record player in England and then set obviously in these other ones which are other brands in America. But my mother was working in a record department of selfridges, department store in London, and she told a story that she was demonstrating a pie black box record player. They only had one, the factory only sent one, because they were trying to sell this new idea because prior to that, as you know, record players were sort of big bits of furniture. Yeah. You know, the early ones were victrolas and if you go back to Edison machines from the 1910s, they really substantial cabinet. They look like you should put your China in it, or even some clouds. And maybe that would make them sound better. I don't know they sound pretty swell at our House. So gradually they can't miniaturized it long before transistor radius, radius, as you know, we're also quite big things in the part. And they had this black box, the pie had made, and that was going to be the revolution. You could carry it from road to room. It was unheard of, you know. And a large man came in and started trying to buy this one demonstration record player. And she said, I can't sell it to you. And he pulled himself up to his full height and started shouting that this was unreasonable. And my mother who, as I say from south Liverpool, where you tend to be able to use your tongue as fast as your face if you want to stay around. Certainly in her time, particularly for young woman of mid 20s, she just said no, you're not having it. I can't sell it to you, sir. I'm sorry. I want you to see the manager and it was only after the manager kind of hustled him out of the department because before they sold the one record player. The whole history of music might have been different if that pipe record player had disappeared. They existed. Because that was the demonstration model. This is about 1951. And it was only after he left that the manager said, you do know who that was. I had mama said, I have no idea. So that was awesome wells. Oh my. And also, well, it's obviously rather used to getting his own way on the movie set, I just sort of like, you know, he was in some terrible film that he took bit parts when he's trying to get money to make his own great films, you know? And I love also wells, but that's a very comical image of a world having basically almost a fist fight with my mother over a record player. My attitude to music is colored by this kind of experience. And the fact that before that even occurred, my mother and father met across the count of a record shop. So records hold a particularly special place for me. When I was born, we were living in a basement flat in the border of Olympia and west Kensington. If you wanted to make it sound posh, you said west Kensington, but it was just a row of Victorian terrace houses divided into apartments from the very top where a man lived in one room to the bottom where we lived in the servants quarters as they would have been in the 1910s or thereabouts. You know, it was a modest place. We had a no bath and toilet at the end of the yard. So I'm not trying to make a poverty story out of it. That was the reality of the way many people didn't even live at that time. And many other places. But my dad had just become a singer full time. He'd been a trumpet player before that in a trumpet vocalist with a dance fan. And then he was hired the year after I was born for the journalist orchestra. And they were a very successful radio dance band. And with the money, he bought this decade. Because he had to learn a lot of songs for the repertoire, so they would send demonstration records. My first memories are of looking at the red on light. It was like a honeycomb grill in front of the speaker. It was a cream and pale blue covered vital record player quite a big thing, but still portable. And that red light, I guess I must have been lying on the floor with my toys or even possibly still crawling. I don't know how far back in memory goes. You know? But I'm very conscious of records that my mother played. We didn't have a lot of records. For pleasure, 'cause my parents didn't have a lot of money. They had some 78s that they brought down from Merseyside where they lived before that. I had my dad's dizzy glass be records. My mom's stank Kent and records. Not a lot of rock and roll. In fact, shall I tell you how many rock and roll records we had in our House? None. Wow. On the first vital albums I can remember the cover of our songs for young lovers. Which was a ten inch and songs for swinging lovers, which was a 12 inch. And a ten inch of Peggy Lee. Which was called black coffee. It was the black coffee album, but it was in a ten inch edition, which wasn't the complete album. But it was the sound of that voice as it was with Sinatra and elephant's Gerald and the other singers that Cole that my mother particularly liked were really the first sound of music other than in the hills of the song says. And I was very drawn to this very intimate stuff. So archer was one thing because he had a lot of energy. Unless he was singing a ballot and there was also swinging lovers as it suggests is swinging bright music. Peggy Lee on the other hand was like somebody telling you a bedtime story. I didn't understand the implication. So I became fascinated with many songs. Can I play you something? And.

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"costello" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"costello" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Felix Contreras Yes that is British musician Elvis Costello You are listening to are not Latino His 1978 album this year's model is considered one of the great rock albums of that era a stripped down powerful album full of very literate songwriting and plenty of in your face attitude That is a track from a new album that reimagines that classic album completely in Spanish This is the Colombian musician Juanes covering pump it up The record is called Spanish model and it features 16 tracks performed by 16 different Latin musicians and singers who recorded new vocals over the original tracks performed by Elvis Costello and the attractions almost 45 years ago Multi Grammy and Latin Grammy winning producer Sebastian Chris worked with Elvis Costello on the album and they joined me via Zoom to talk about the record I started the interview by asking Elvis Costello and Sebastian Chris where the idea came from I think it came like a bolt of lightning to me we had a reason to remix one of the songs for a television show for the HBO series the deuce Somewhere in that discovery that the tapes were in good order I had this I want to say dream came to me in a moment and I said why not every track and then by the way have had in Spanish And I waited for Sebastian to tell me that it was a crazy idea But I knew that he had the experience having been born in Latin America and brought up in very Spanish city like Miami And it worked with so many great Spanish speaking artists who better could advise me whether this was a foolhardy notion Not speaking Spanish myself I had to trust his judgment about the width the integrity and the heart of the musicians that we might invite to be part of this How were those artists selected First I was taken aback by the idea I mean all of us called and said you know we want to do this and I thought to myself well this is crazy And then I thought well this is crazy let's do it And what we tried to do was think about several things One is what voice would work with the song Then we thought about should we have mail singer or a female singer sing the song and give it a different twist and perspective should we turn the song into a duet And things of that nature to make it really a new record and not just a version of the old record And that's how we started arriving at singers Knock out all that Okay let's hear one of those singers This is Nina Diaz The soldier When he happened for a minute okay we're gonna hear some of the music from the album of this week's show but for legal reasons we can't play the entire song The album has been released and is available on streaming services so you can check it out there And you should Elvis I'm sure many of our listeners would be curious about your connections to musicians in the Latin music world and how that played out and putting this album together Those artists that I was aware of I could count on them as a starting place but then to become introduced to all these other singers I met Vito piers when we went to Buenos Aires for the first time in 2003 He threw a party for us to welcome us to Argentina is the only time I've ever played That was an act of generosity He then got Pete Thomas to play drums on his next record You know it's not as if this idea had never occurred that there would be some exchange of musical ideas when I heard that version of radio radio I was sort of somewhere listening to it with a lot of background noise I suddenly heard him sing by name And I thought my name is not in the lyrics Nor is the word whisky He's clearly singing another story and he is He's singing about something that's happening now So he's taken the song and put it right in the present moment with a lot of wet and a lot of heart you know And not a little bit of mischief Okay here is fetal pie is doing radio radio or radio radio I love you guys even for a little time now he first started see what I said show me the hell no there's not so looking outside you feel the comfort of your head okay let's do a quick run through of some of the tracks from the album with Elvis Sebastian introduced me till on my soul to Los Angeles Cecilia and marisol came and sang with us with the impostors and I then recorded averse in Argentine Spanish for some course incremental to converse up ghost And I sang on losing game on their record in English So it was already.

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Wisconsin man unknowingly helped parade crash suspect after rampage

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Wisconsin man unknowingly helped parade crash suspect after rampage

"Hi Mike Rossio reporting prosecutors in Wisconsin charge a man with intentional homicide in the deaths of five people who were killed when an SUV was driven into a Christmas parade Darryl Brooks junior the man accused of driving an SUV into a Christmas parade made his first court appearance Tuesday in Waukesha Wisconsin Brooks was charged with five counts of intentional homicide but Waukesha county district attorney Susan Opper informed the court today we learned of another death of a child related to this case Opper said another charge of intentional homicide will be added against Brooks Waukesha county court commissioner Kevin Costello oversaw the proceedings you're presumed innocent Sir but that's what the allegations are I've not seen anything like this in my very

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"costello" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"costello" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"Total total rock and roll moment. And totally an icon. I mean, come on, Elvis castello has got so many great songs. You know, prolific, but he's one of those guys that after a while, he put out so much music that I think that people got lost. And to your point, they were just made. He started to explore so many different genres that, you know, people were hesitant to buy his tickets because they didn't know what they were going to see. Yeah, yeah, I mean, he was a different, again, like I said, he's a different dude, man. You know? He was a different dude. He was you know that when he put together his first album, you know, so the Elvis Costello and the attractions didn't exist. He actually had a backing band. And the backing band was was primarily from a band called clover and the majority of the band clover went on to form what famous band of the 1980s. They were Elvis Costello's backup band on Elvis Costello's first album my aim is true. He had a backing band play with him. He did not have the attractions yet. He was a long way off from having the impostors, so that the band that played behind him was a band called clover. That clover actually evolved into a band that was absolutely enormous in the 1980s. I.

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"costello" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

Monster Movie Fun Time Go

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"costello" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

"They take a lot of liberties. With frankenstein with dracula but i also enjoy his performance in that movie and he plays him in a couple of the other. Ones in house of dracula house frankenstein. Of course frankenstein. Meets the wolf man and he is constantly in this state of torment because he's cursed well and it seems that he can't die he's killed in the first movie but then he comes back to life so he can't just often self to deal with the curse. Some of the movies are trying to find a way to overcome the curse in this one. He's just trying to stop dracula and frankenstein's monster. I found it a very interesting combination. That costello could be that silly and yet wolfman could be that real. Yeah that most of most of the mosser stuff is played pretty straight while they're doing their goofy abbott and castelo stuff. This is the last time that we see dracula or frankenstein. The wolf man in the universal pictures but abbott and costello would go on to meet the invisible man. Dr jekyll we have a cameo or man this movie. But then there's a full movie. And dr jekyll and mr hyde and the mummy and they met the creatures from the black lagoon. Oh some just tv special or ashley. That's about the only other one that i have seen went to see that the military base in germany when i was in high school and oh my goodness we were all terrified with friends at beside me. Got under seton screen. I know memories of what it was like but then we had to all come from the movie theater military basis at the small and him supposedly say thank now teenage girls walking home in the dark but we walked home from the movie theater but we got ourselves really scared. Walking home after that movie creature was gonna get you. I was thinking. I never seen harmless idea. Just because my friends went to see it. And then. I regretted at once. I got there. It was too scary to be enjoyable. Maybe i need to see that when again to see if it's roy that scary high habit the i should give it a try. I federal questioned about their careers if they had played..

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"costello" Discussed on Backlisted

Backlisted

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"costello" Discussed on Backlisted

"You're a with an event where i asked him. Did he enjoy doing events like the one we're doing today. Fat relied the one year tender with her and he said well the writer is the guy who stays home and does the work and the author is the guy who goes out. And does this crime. And i wanted to just read a little bit from the chaps The novel in africa which is set on a cruise ship. Where off paid to go out and address a passengers on a cruise liner about the state of the novel. So you would buy your ticket. And you'd have five days of sailing. Around with elizabeth costello and in this case an african royce called emmanuel goo and i wanted to read this one paragraph because it reminds me of the section from sally. Rooney's novel the. I read at the star of the cost and it's not often that sally rooney gets compared to jam. Kurt by i'm gonna do. It is in the ballroom on the cruise ship. And he's saying to the audience who've paid hundreds of pounds euro dollars to attend how easy it is ladies and gentlemen for this fellow to be true to his essences writer when they're all these strangers to plea month. After month publishes readers critics students all of them armed not only with their own ideas. About what writing. Israel should be what the novel is or should be what africa is or should be but also about what being pleased is or should be. Do you think it is possible. If this fellow to remain unaffected by all the pressure on him to please others to be for them what they think he should be to produce for them what they think he produce you know. I felt that was one of the chinese. Well that's another creed occur for then. I thought but i've got no guarantee..

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"costello" Discussed on Backlisted

Backlisted

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"costello" Discussed on Backlisted

"It's like an italian village where she's waiting for to go up to give what they call a statement and it turns out the statement she discovers is more of a confession really. They want to ask her what her what she believes in and she says. I don't believe anything. I'm a writer i'm there to recall. I'm there to record to what should use the secretary of invisible the lashes the militias line and she has i think she has to goes at seeing if she can get. They open the door a little bit and she sees some light she says. Is that the light that dante saw looks pretty good and also kind of. I'm getting bored with being here. It's the most in terms of gearshift in a novel and yet somehow because of this famous impede ity or whatever you wanna call says pros the precision you. You don't throw the book across the room saying that's ridiculous. It's also quite funny that bit because it to the because elizabeth costello the noblest reflects to herself. Where am i. I mean this is terrible. it's literary this purgatory is like i don't even like caffeine. I don't even like and then she says maybe that's the point. Maybe it's a sort of punishment. Because she and yet. She says that she doesn't like africa. But one of the keys of the the to animal lessons is the famous pen academy partake kademi. So maybe you should read some okay. I was going to say just before that when you read that opening and it reminded me that it was forecast. Because she's he's talking about a bridge with two crossover and of course the final chapter. She's crossing over into the afterlife. We're not sure if it's a dream but she's at the gates of heaven. It's called at the gate. So she's standing there and she has to appear before a court of judges and chance to answer for herself so it is very much like the gate of heaven and tribunal of judges who will hear her what has relief and she keeps going back. She fails to tell them what she believes. But yes i..

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"costello" Discussed on Backlisted

Backlisted

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"costello" Discussed on Backlisted

"The presentation of long speech is not just for their own sake but have demonstrations of character or characters is one of the tight robe walks that takes place in the novel. I think and i found totally fascinating a lot of the time. I couldn't work out. Why was so gripped by it because it it's quite abstract in places at the same time you feel a real person making the case whether you agree with it or not so just read the opening and then and then i might ask you to to build on that. There is first of all the problem of the opening namely how to get us from where we are which is as yet nowhere to the far bank. It is a simple bridging problem. A problem knocking a bridge. People solve such problems every day they solve them and having them push on let us assume that however it may have been done it is done. Let us take it that. The bridges built and crossed that we can put it out of our mind. We have left behind the territory in which we were. We are in the fall territory where we want to be. Elizabeth costello is a writer born in nineteen twenty eight which makes us sixty six years old going on sixty seven. She has written nine novels. Two books of poems book on bird life and a body of journalism by birth. She is australian. She was born in melbourne and still lives there though she spent the years. Nineteen fifty one thousand nine hundred sixty three abroad in england and in france. She has been married twice. She has two children one. By each marriage. Elizabeth costello made her name with her fourth novel. The house on eccles street one thousand nine hundred sixty nine. Whose main character is marian bloom. Wife of leopold blue principal character of another novel. Ulysses nineteen twenty two by james joyce in the past decade. there has grown up around her a small critical industry. There is even an elizabeth costello society based in albuquerque new mexico which puts out a quarterly elizabeth castillo newsletter. Now i have no idea whether there is a jam. Kurt ceo newsletter that was published nine hundred ninety five. I feel like there must have been because how close is this to say..

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"costello" Discussed on Backlisted

Backlisted

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"costello" Discussed on Backlisted

"So there you go. That's a hell of a passage isn't it and massive trees and how many people here have read that. Sally ruining already everyone. Wow that is incredible. No that one person. What that that gentleman there did you enjoy it. He said yeah. It was great. They are to to five star reviews. Right very curious joan. Should we go into the main event. Because i think some actually some of the themes in both passages relationship with with animals on our relationship with literary culture are absolutely germane to the book that the mary has chosen. Which is as we said. Elizabeth costello by joan caceres zero published in two thousand three by sacramento in the uk and viking in the us. So now this. I think i'm spoiling nothing. But it is quite challenging mary. It has that reputation. Certainly but i think in the actual narrative of the other writing of. It's very readable. Are incredibly readable agree. So i've asked jones. Do john john take on the challenge. Preparing a description for the audience may not have read normally at this stage in podcast producer. Nikki sadly can't be here tonight would say what's it about and we'll kind of we'll sort of hominoid. So here's here's a paragraph which i'm laying on the table as a as an attempt to say what nikki nikki's question elizabeth costlo. The pomace hero of the novel is a famous australian novelist. Now in her late sixties living in that strange other worldly realm most of a professional life consistent delivering academic lectures or attending awards ceremonies. She still best known for her fourth novel. The house on eccles street in which he liberated molly bloom from her soliloquy joyce's ulysses and gave a new life in agency. This annoys her many things to cruelty to animals in particular. The novel is divided into eight lessons. That's the subtitle anderson with costlo eight lessons rather than chapters built around eight speeches or lectures which elizabeth either delivers or listens to david largest was written. It is a book which begins like a cross between a campus novel and a platonic dialogue segues into introspective memoir and fanciful amusing and ends with a calf guest. Bad dream of the afterlife. In other words it shows at enigmatic genre stretching nobel prize winning best so just that kind of capture any of it for you know very little to add to that roy. We did not join us done but we should mary. Yeah we should ask well. If you're happy with that let me ask you. When did you first discover this book..

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"costello" Discussed on Backlisted

Backlisted

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"costello" Discussed on Backlisted

"All books today. You find recording from galway international festival in the donahue theater on the campus of the national university of ireland in the city of galway. This is our very first time that we've done onstage in ireland about listed first time in front of a live audience. Since the since the proosed christmas special christmas special devoted to all seven of the volume of our shows to compel do by myself proosed which recorded in the london library in december. Two thousand nine hundred twenty nine thousand nine hundred and i have not actually seen one another before today for twenty months i know right credible that we would want to be together again but we do go. This is good. it's much better than zoom isn't it. Yeah it's nice to have an audience in the room. So we're particularly delighted to be an academic venue that will have particular resonance for those of you who've read the book that we're here to discuss tonight. But first we should do some introductions. I'm john mitchelson. The publisher of inbound the platform where readers crowdfunding books. They really wanted to read and miller author of the year reading dangerously and joining us. Today is our guest. Mary costello.

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Dr. Cassandra Pierre on COVID-19 in Massachusetts

Radio Boston

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Cassandra Pierre on COVID-19 in Massachusetts

"With us. Today dr cassandra. Peer returns dr piers acting hospital epidemiologist and an infectious diseases physician at boston. Medical center welcome back. Dr pierre great to be here and we have a new addition to ask the docs this week. Dr eileen costello. The chief of ambulatory pediatrics. Also at boston medical center dr castillo. Nice to have you join us. Welcome to ask the doctors my pleasure being here all right so dr pierre. I'm going to start with you. We are seeing we. We've got this these competing data points. Okay we're seeing an increase in cases in massachusetts roughly seventeen percent more cases in the state last week over the week before according to the state's department of public health at the same time the commonwealth is still ranked forty fourth among us states where corona virus is spreading the fastest. So most states have it worse than we do right now weighing those two kind of data points. How concerned are you about delta right now in massachusetts. Well i think he really to let go of the concern You know we're in a point whereas you've been mentioning. Schools are reopening. Some businesses are reopening as well and many have been incredibly thoughtful about the plans for reopening in terms of distancing and vaccine recommendations and masks But you know as we come back from labor day weekend. There's always the concern of having an intensifying number of cases that is spread within those work school and then social networks The nice thing. Well the thing that we have to fall back on as are higher relative relatively higher vaccination rates so our hope is that we will not see an increase as high as we did last fall and winter however there is some evidence that there probably will be a continued increase in november of cases that we see.

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Canada Reopens Border for Vaccinated Americans

NBC Nightly News

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Canada Reopens Border for Vaccinated Americans

"A big day for families separated over a year as canada reopened. Its border to fully vaccinated americans. Tom costello is there. The cars were lined up at the border at midnight. Americans many with family. In canada to crossover from washington state to the detroit windsor bridge. My mother is going to be ninety. Four and october and that i mean i haven't seen her in year and a half to buffalo where the can cage just want to hold their canadian grandkids. I'll be the best grandma again and it'll just be fine. Americans who want to cross into canada must use the arrived. Can app upload proof of vaccinations and a negative covert. Pcr test within the last seventy two hours. I've got the app got my passport. Got my vaccine card and they get a pr test. I was across the border in five minutes today. But while canada is slowly reopening to american tourists the us is not opening the border to canadians costing billions in lost tourist dollars near buffalo. Tom's restaurant has been closed since march of twenty twenty. Where all missing a piece of good business because the border is not open. Canada is actually ahead of the us. In vaccinations seventy one percent of all canadians have received. At least one does compared to fifty eight percent of all americans yet the white house keeping. Us borders closed to ground traffic. Well i think that's utterly ridiculous Given the fact that we have all been admonished To follow the science to follow the facts here in canada widespread widespread frustration. That america won't let non americans and for at least another two weeks. Even as canada welcomes their vaccinated american neighbors.

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Jeff Bezos to Blast Into Space Aboard New Shepard Rocket Ship

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Jeff Bezos to Blast Into Space Aboard New Shepard Rocket Ship

"Just as millions of americans wake up tomorrow morning. We should be hearing about the fate of jeff bezos. His brother and two other notable passengers as the richest man in the world launches the four some into sub orbital space. It's amazon prime on steroids. They're ride we'll be on blue origin. The space tourism company. That bezos founded lift those who can afford it into the wild blue yonder our report from the launch site in west. Texas tonight from nbc. News correspondent tom castillo in remote van horn texas. Anticipation is building the launchpad forty-five miles out in the desert set for billionaire. Jeff bezos slipped off this morning on today. Bezos industry fellow passengers were giddy with excitement. People who say they go into space. They come back changed. I can't wait to see what is going to do to me. While blue origin has flown fifteen unmanned test flights this will be the first to carry passengers. Bazo will take seat number six the simulator. An exact replica of the capsule that will carry all four sixty two miles high for three minutes of weightlessness and six massive windows. As you're essentially it feels like the earth is falling away from you to your window. Exactly like richard branson's virgin galactic. Paying passengers are already signing up eventually blue origin plastics and six passengers at a time into space from this launch pad and the west texas desert but unlike a nasa rocket or the virtual space plane. There are no professional astronauts or pilots on board. It is all controlled from the ground. Blue origin insist. The ship is loaded with safety backups. With the bezos great escape so for nine am eastern. Tom costello nbc news van horn texas

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Chrissy Teigens New Apology

Daily Pop

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Chrissy Teigens New Apology

"Brutal. New accusations are being fired at chrissy. Teigen right after she apologize for ole tweets and admitted she was a troll amongst other things. Now after weeks of silence chrissy apologize in a letter on medium. She admits her past. Tweets were unacceptable and says she's reaching out to those she hurt. She says i was a troll full. Stop and i'm so sorry after looking at the instagram posts and the letter and everything matches said. Do you think people will forgive chrissy. I don't even know my opinion anymore. Because i've spoken to so many people fish for the show. I'm so turned around to say. I feel like because i really thought about this last night and i didn't even know we were going to talk about it but i figured i feel like chrissy teigen. What she did was completely unacceptable. But i think that chrissy teigen knows what she did was completely unacceptable when i read her message or whatever on medium. I felt like it was really authentic. I felt like she had said i'm going to therapy. I'm doing all the therapy. And i really feel like if somebody who's in therapy prior to going to therapy you have so much that you need to deal with that you don't even realize that you kind of look back at that person and you can no longer relate to the mistakes you've made because you're like i have grown so much. I think that we also just put our celebrities on these pedestals when we don't even realize like these are normal. People from god knows where that are like products of divorce have had their own special promise. That has made them who we are. And we're so used to seeing them with a glam team makeup artist. A hairstyle is the perfect clothes all the time. And they're hilarious and we we've become obsessed with them but we don't realize like this person was just like you and i so the fact that we can just immediately turn on. Somebody's so quickly. I just feel like we have a little bit more compassion. The way she should have had with michael costello and whoever else i think she knows that i just think we with we have unrealistic expectations about celebrities like we think that they're rhodes scholars and they've dedicated their life to the peace corps and like they haven't there in the media

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"costello" Discussed on GSMC Entertainment Podcast

GSMC Entertainment Podcast

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"costello" Discussed on GSMC Entertainment Podcast

"Williams of real housewives of atlanta After those two had been friends on the show so balan has also come out with some claims that castilla costello ruined her modeling career She came forward to claim that the designer made her feel uncomfortable and inadequate a young model. And that because of this traumatic experience Unfortunately was the end of her. Pursuit become a fashion model. She claims will but he also said that she auditioned for castillo's fashion show l. a. fashion week when she was twenty three years old and was cast after designer Complimented her on her body and run may walk but when she showed up on the day of the event having bought the underwear. Costello's team requested gobert alleged that she was suddenly shut out of the show. She said quote. I see michael and his sister talking a corner looking at me with this look on their faces as a as if i was scum of the earth then in front of all the models and his team they come over to me and say someone was supposed to call you. We don't need you for the show and have nothing for you to where she continued all of the models gasped and covered their faces. I was embarrassed and ashamed. I ran outside and cried for two hours. And i never auditioned to model again. All right. so there's so much to back With this story you can see now. Why skipped updates in the beginning of the show I didn't honestly think i'd be talking about kristie again this soon. And as i said in the beginning it was kind of leaning on the side of costello and tell all of this other stuff kind of continues to come out about him While leona lewis hasn't been i guess what you would consider super relevant over the past few years. I don't see her as being someone to step into this conversation and make up a story about him if it weren't true However with fallon but still it does add to the fact that maybe castillo is trying to cover his own ass As of the last few days. I do know that teagan. And her team have come out and said that castillo fabricated and made up those dm exchanges and that they are doctored and in If the you know his team in him don't stop. You know pushing that narrative that they will follow through with some legal action so all of this is so much It is hard to know the truth with both parties having previous stories and allegations against them so time. Tell i suppose That will wrap up the first story for today's episode but stick around. I will be talking about the end of keeping up with the kardashians. Carmelo and la la anthony finally getting a divorce and patrick's pop culture bic each maxes hacks state to find out what movies to go. See then check out the gmc movie podcast ticket to.

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CDC updates travel guidelines for people who are  fully vaccinated

NBC Nightly News

01:52 min | 1 year ago

CDC updates travel guidelines for people who are fully vaccinated

"Now. The cova crisis a new cdc guidance on travel while still urging americans against nonessential travel those fully vaccinated are now considered low risk at tom costello reports. There's concern about this holiday weekend heading into the easter weekend concern. Tonight that's super spreader. Events could undermine progress against the pandemic leading to a potential fourth wave as nearly nine hundred people are still dying every day. Crowds expected from beaches to backyards at airports. Nationwide a year of cabin fever quickly turning into the great escape. One and a half million air travelers on thursday alone with twenty two percent of us adults now fully vaccinated the cdc still recommending against non essential. Travel is also offering new travel guidelines fully vaccinated travelers. Do not need to be tested before or after traveling in the us unless their destination requires it and there is no need to self quarantine fully vaccinated grandparents can to visit their healthy grandkids without getting a covid. Nineteen test or quarantining internationally. Many countries are still restricting travel. But the cdc says those who are fully vaccinated and do travel internationally. Do not need to get a cova test. Before leaving the us unless required by their destination those passengers should get a negative test before returning to the us. But they don't need to quarantine when they get home. Also tonight with the picking up airlines are starting to do away with many of the waivers. They've issued for ticket change vs during the pandemic airlines right now are starting to roll back waivers on the cheapest there's out there the really dirt cheap advanced purchase their tickets

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Baseless 2020 Conspiracies Complicate Ohio Effort To Buy Voting Machines

Morning Edition

03:38 min | 2 years ago

Baseless 2020 Conspiracies Complicate Ohio Effort To Buy Voting Machines

"President Trump's effort to overturn a Democratic election failed. But the departure from reality at the heart of that effort persists. Ah, favorite conspiracy theory of the president's allies involved voting machines changing votes. The evidence free claim was disproven in places like Georgia that recounted ballots on paper. But the false tale about Dominion voting machines persists affecting politics in a county in Ohio, Here's Nick Costello of Our member station Wcpo an idea stream Stark County is home to Canton, Ohio. It voted twice for Barack Obama and twice in landslides for Donald Trump. Last December, the bipartisan Stark County Board of Elections voted unanimously to replace its aging voting machines with new ones from Dominion voting systems. Since then, the county's three top elected officials, all of whom are Republican, say they've been getting an earful. The board of Commissioners has received hundreds of communications from concerned citizens. This is Commissioner Bill Smith, speaking at a public hearing about the purchase this response from the public as far exceeded the response any of us have ever received on any topic. Come before our board During this two hour hearing In early February, Smith pushed the board of Elections director to address voters fears that Dominion machines are not secure. They just want to make sure that it's valid counted so You're We're going with the one with the cloud right now. Okay over its head, a clouded not based in fact, but created by Trump and allies such as Rudy Giuliani. At least one conservative group has tried to keep stirring the opposition to start counties Dominion purchase. The county's top elections official is Geoff Matthews. He's also the chairman of the local Republican Party. On top of that he runs the board that tests in certifies voting machines statewide. At the meeting, Matthew's defended Dominion. And the integrity of the 2020 election, refusing to recognize that this election was safe, secure inaccurate can be viewed as nothing less than attacking the peaceful transfer of power. Some of the claims made about Dominion voting systems are beyond absurd and require one to suspend all critical thought. In the weeks since that meeting, the county's commissioners have yet to approve the more than $6 million contract, but a decision could come this month. Neither they nor Matthews responded to interview requests. Election officials here want to replace their machines before the fall. The particular Dominion voting machine that the county board wants to buy is a touch screen with a paper audit trail. It was used in 11 Ohio counties last year, according to the Ohio secretary of state's office. Trump won all of those counties. Postelection audits found the results in nine of those counties to be 100% accurate. The minuscule discrepancies in the other two counties were not attributed to the machines. Our hope is that we continue to have a really honest and open conversation about fax. Versus fiction case. Stimpson is a spokeswoman for Dominion voting Systems. She says the company has been available to answer local officials. Questions, sending a sales rep to meetings were showing up to do the hard work of cutting through disinformation and at the most granular levels in Stark County were also Very much supported by the Ohio secretary of State's office. The other way Dominion is trying to cut through the disinformation is in the courts. The company has filed massive defamation lawsuits against Giuliani and other Trump allies about their false

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The Power of Humor

The Indicator from Planet Money

04:18 min | 2 years ago

The Power of Humor

"Jennifer occur a named by donuts or a professor and lecturer respectively at the stanford graduate school of business. They've just written a book called humor seriously so gentle. Why don't we start by well. Why don't you start by telling me the value of humor in the workplace. I in leadership when people use humor at work the are twenty three percent more respected and are seen as more competent and more confident. It doesn't even need to be good humor. Just not inappropriate humor. The bar is so low and for employee retention employees. Read their bosses. As having a sense of humor any sense of humor they were to be fifteen percent more satisfied and engaged in their jobs and even in sales studies show that people pay on average eighteen percent more if the seller includes a lighthearted line as part of their final offer like my final offer is x. And i'll throw in my pet frog again. The humor doesn't have to be good and just anything. So what do you think is the cost of not using humor. If you're recuperation well not only would it reduce creativity it also reduces engagement and retention so the koster significant All right so. I was thinking to myself as i read this book. If i was a corporation or a senior manager in a corporation and i was thinking i was wondering what the return on investment might be and i think touched on a couple of things. Creativity better relationships with clients productivity. Is there any other other any other things that you could think of. That would provide a decent return on investment for an investment in humor for companies. So just to be clear you want more than retention innovation leadership selling products. You want more from us. Pat coty. we'll give you another one. We'll give you a health that the cost of of health mental wellbeing physical wellbeing are enormous for companies and humor actually makes you not only healthier. It makes you live longer so one. Large-scale norwegian study conducted over the course of fifteen years. Found that people with a sense of humor. Happy thirty percent better chance of survival if severe disease strikes and they live eight years longer so laughter literally makes us more physically. Resilient has bottom line effects for companies. I know. I've met so many people in my career my careers in fact who are just not fans of humor that like look i just wanna do. My job paid and go home. But how do you deal. If you're a manager. How do you deal with someone. Who has that kind of vibe and feeling about them. Well you're hitting on one of costello's biggest pieces of advice the former. Ceo of twitter. Dick says if you wanna have more humor at work. Don't tell jokes. Don't try to be funny. Just look for more reasons to laugh. It's this idea of actually being human not about being humorous And this is the reality is right now that this is more important than ever because you know our work is much more technology mediated and therefore the harder it is to be to bring out our humanity and a sense of humor at work we subconsciously adopt to our medium and we're constantly communicating through technology. It's easy to sound like a robot so it's more really in a way it's more by sense of humor than being funny absolutely and it's also about being more generous with laughter so not trying to be funny just looking for moments to laugh generously and the entire texture of life changes when you're able to live this way And another thing that we try and tell people to do is to try and create small moments of joy for someone else and especially. If you're having trouble finding it in your own life right now just looked to create a little moment for someone and it can be a really small gesture not a joke by changing your virtual background to a picture from fun shared experience or You know leaving a nice posted on your fridge for the person that you cohabitate with But this focus on creating joy for someone else help. Take the pressure off. You know. I need to be funny. I need to look funny myself. And it's more about. How can i focus on someone else in. Elevate them

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"costello" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"costello" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"My dog back home wakes up at like two and four a m just ready to eat and it's joe and she's also very old so her toenails are very long like an old woman with how and so she disliked clumps around the house like my parents literally have blankets on their floor just hermit unusual visual old women. I usually old people have like really long. Like don't cutting the older. You're like fingernails get very sick. I feel like i've this is what is new inside medical knowledge. This either way. Older people. I don't i have not. I don't know my lonely knowledge that my grandmother does not have toenails. That's all i can add. All you know. They had to get them for some reason. I don't know her. Big toenails are gone. I think she has some other smaller ones. I don't know what happened her. But you know what she's kicking. So oh my god you could have that remove. Because like i didn't either but now her toes look really janke you spending with her mother. I mean not that much time. But they've been like this. Since i was like in middle school so middle middle school sara was like let peop- that was told she just constantly wear sandals even the middle of the winter in michigan. So i don't know going is getting off to a great start. This is type of looking for jordan. He's all of this has already started with the only thing i want. The episode is old woman donuts. That's why i'm here today. I mean my turn are destroyed because of for a lot of years of like being an athletic shoes. I actually kinda liked that. They're destroyed to be honest. It makes me feel like static on your hardcore thing. Yeah that's right anyway. Personally i always have guests introduce themselves. Would you to introduce yourself sure. My name is sarah <hes>. I am one of the co hosts of sand lake but okay. Which is podcasts where we talk about love relationships sexuality and pretty much anything else. You just don't understand specifically from in a romantic a sexual a spec perspective and no means ace back just means like the whole spectrum of like age sexual romantic. Yeah we we use that term a lot. Because it's like very overarching and you don't have to like say all of the specific terms. Thank you for telling me a nice and short. Yeah we're lazy. Yeah yeah and then kayla who were you. I'm kayla second co host of sounds fake but okay <hes>. And i identify as demi sexual hetero romantic insist gender. She her pronouns. I guess i'll just do it all i'll say. Oh yeah i. I also use pronouns just here to throw those in and i was so i have to my own humiliation. I have not had a sexual guest on the podcast until very recently <hes>. Literally yesterday a chat. And i'll handle la loving and then i'm in remaining y'all these will not come out. They will not. Yesterday is the podcasting time. This will not necessarily be how people working in their in their phones. But this is this is something. I guess i want to start by asking because android this up and i thought it was like such a good point sue. Do you to personally consider yourselves like members of the key queer slash lgbtq. I a community. I asked this just because kayla. You're saying like sis and had romantic. So i don't know if as sort of generally large writ large alphabet city whether or not we talk about whether or not a sexual folks consider themselves part of the community. So what about you too. Yeah i mean. I consider myself a part of the community. I am of as a person who's aromatic andy sexual. I am of the opinion that anyone who is a spec should be able to be a part of the queer community if they want to. Some people don't feel that they want to. But i mean for me. My view is you know we don't experience attraction in the quote unquote normal way that you know since hat like people necessarily experience it and so because we are not in this particular. We don't experience sexual romantic attraction necessarily in the same way that heterosexual people do like. I consider it obvious that of course we deserve a place in this community. For that reason. I consider myself queer

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Interview With Sarah Costello And Kayla Kaszyca

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

05:01 min | 2 years ago

Interview With Sarah Costello And Kayla Kaszyca

"My dog back home wakes up at like two and four a m just ready to eat and it's joe and she's also very old so her toenails are very long like an old woman with how and so she disliked clumps around the house like my parents literally have blankets on their floor just hermit unusual visual old women. I usually old people have like really long. Like don't cutting the older. You're like fingernails get very sick. I feel like i've this is what is new inside medical knowledge. This either way. Older people. I don't i have not. I don't know my lonely knowledge that my grandmother does not have toenails. That's all i can add. All you know. They had to get them for some reason. I don't know her. Big toenails are gone. I think she has some other smaller ones. I don't know what happened her. But you know what she's kicking. So oh my god you could have that remove. Because like i didn't either but now her toes look really janke you spending with her mother. I mean not that much time. But they've been like this. Since i was like in middle school so middle middle school sara was like let peop- that was told she just constantly wear sandals even the middle of the winter in michigan. So i don't know going is getting off to a great start. This is type of looking for jordan. He's all of this has already started with the only thing i want. The episode is old woman donuts. That's why i'm here today. I mean my turn are destroyed because of for a lot of years of like being an athletic shoes. I actually kinda liked that. They're destroyed to be honest. It makes me feel like static on your hardcore thing. Yeah that's right anyway. Personally i always have guests introduce themselves. Would you to introduce yourself sure. My name is sarah I am one of the co hosts of sand lake but okay. Which is podcasts where we talk about love relationships sexuality and pretty much anything else. You just don't understand specifically from in a romantic a sexual a spec perspective and no means ace back just means like the whole spectrum of like age sexual romantic. Yeah we we use that term a lot. Because it's like very overarching and you don't have to like say all of the specific terms. Thank you for telling me a nice and short. Yeah we're lazy. Yeah yeah and then kayla who were you. I'm kayla second co host of sounds fake but okay And i identify as demi sexual hetero romantic insist gender. She her pronouns. I guess i'll just do it all i'll say. Oh yeah i. I also use pronouns just here to throw those in and i was so i have to my own humiliation. I have not had a sexual guest on the podcast until very recently Literally yesterday a chat. And i'll handle la loving and then i'm in remaining y'all these will not come out. They will not. Yesterday is the podcasting time. This will not necessarily be how people working in their in their phones. But this is this is something. I guess i want to start by asking because android this up and i thought it was like such a good point sue. Do you to personally consider yourselves like members of the key queer slash lgbtq. I a community. I asked this just because kayla. You're saying like sis and had romantic. So i don't know if as sort of generally large writ large alphabet city whether or not we talk about whether or not a sexual folks consider themselves part of the community. So what about you too. Yeah i mean. I consider myself a part of the community. I am of as a person who's aromatic andy sexual. I am of the opinion that anyone who is a spec should be able to be a part of the queer community if they want to. Some people don't feel that they want to. But i mean for me. My view is you know we don't experience attraction in the quote unquote normal way that you know since hat like people necessarily experience it and so because we are not in this particular. We don't experience sexual romantic attraction necessarily in the same way that heterosexual people do like. I consider it obvious that of course we deserve a place in this community. For that reason. I consider myself queer

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Interview With Sarah Costello And Kayla Kaszyca

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

05:01 min | 2 years ago

Interview With Sarah Costello And Kayla Kaszyca

"My dog back home wakes up at like two and four a m just ready to eat and it's joe and she's also very old so her toenails are very long like an old woman with how and so she disliked clumps around the house like my parents literally have blankets on their floor just hermit unusual visual old women. I usually old people have like really long. Like don't cutting the older. You're like fingernails get very sick. I feel like i've this is what is new inside medical knowledge. This either way. Older people. I don't i have not. I don't know my lonely knowledge that my grandmother does not have toenails. That's all i can add. All you know. They had to get them for some reason. I don't know her. Big toenails are gone. I think she has some other smaller ones. I don't know what happened her. But you know what she's kicking. So oh my god you could have that remove. Because like i didn't either but now her toes look really janke you spending with her mother. I mean not that much time. But they've been like this. Since i was like in middle school so middle middle school sara was like let peop- that was told she just constantly wear sandals even the middle of the winter in michigan. So i don't know going is getting off to a great start. This is type of looking for jordan. He's all of this has already started with the only thing i want. The episode is old woman donuts. That's why i'm here today. I mean my turn are destroyed because of for a lot of years of like being an athletic shoes. I actually kinda liked that. They're destroyed to be honest. It makes me feel like static on your hardcore thing. Yeah that's right anyway. Personally i always have guests introduce themselves. Would you to introduce yourself sure. My name is sarah I am one of the co hosts of sand lake but okay. Which is podcasts where we talk about love relationships sexuality and pretty much anything else. You just don't understand specifically from in a romantic a sexual a spec perspective and no means ace back just means like the whole spectrum of like age sexual romantic. Yeah we we use that term a lot. Because it's like very overarching and you don't have to like say all of the specific terms. Thank you for telling me a nice and short. Yeah we're lazy. Yeah yeah and then kayla who were you. I'm kayla second co host of sounds fake but okay And i identify as demi sexual hetero romantic insist gender. She her pronouns. I guess i'll just do it all i'll say. Oh yeah i. I also use pronouns just here to throw those in and i was so i have to my own humiliation. I have not had a sexual guest on the podcast until very recently Literally yesterday a chat. And i'll handle la loving and then i'm in remaining y'all these will not come out. They will not. Yesterday is the podcasting time. This will not necessarily be how people working in their in their phones. But this is this is something. I guess i want to start by asking because android this up and i thought it was like such a good point sue. Do you to personally consider yourselves like members of the key queer slash lgbtq. I a community. I asked this just because kayla. You're saying like sis and had romantic. So i don't know if as sort of generally large writ large alphabet city whether or not we talk about whether or not a sexual folks consider themselves part of the community. So what about you too. Yeah i mean. I consider myself a part of the community. I am of as a person who's aromatic andy sexual. I am of the opinion that anyone who is a spec should be able to be a part of the queer community if they want to. Some people don't feel that they want to. But i mean for me. My view is you know we don't experience attraction in the quote unquote normal way that you know since hat like people necessarily experience it and so because we are not in this particular. We don't experience sexual romantic attraction necessarily in the same way that heterosexual people do like. I consider it obvious that of course we deserve a place in this community. For that reason. I consider myself queer

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Woman investigated for allegedly stealing Pelosi's computer surrenders

Atlanta's Morning News

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Woman investigated for allegedly stealing Pelosi's computer surrenders

"Pennsylvania woman wanted for her role in the capital riots been taken into custody. The FBI says she intended to send a computer stolen from Speaker Pelosi's office to Russian intelligence. NBC reporter Tom Costello says Riley Williams was seen on video near Pelosi's office during the seed. Investigators believe that deal with the Russians fell through and Williams either still had the computer or she's destroyed it. Pelosi's chief of staff, says the laptop was only used for presentation.

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