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Liverpool stumbles, Tottenham impresses in EPL openers

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Liverpool stumbles, Tottenham impresses in EPL openers

"Liverpool opened its schedule with a lackluster two two draw with recently promoted Fulham at craven cottage Alexander mitrovic gave Fulham a pair of weeds The last coming on a penalty kick in the 72nd minute but red's newcomer Darwin Nunez came off the bench to help his team avoid a stunning loss scoring in the 64th minute and setting up most salad in the 81st Mitrovic was a handful for Liverpool defenders Trent Alexander Arnold and Virgil van DIJK mitrovic out jumped Alexander Arnold for a header goal and was pulled down by Van Dyck in the box to set up the penalty kick I'm Dave ferry

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Dr. Vladimir Zelenko Describes New COVID Treatment Protocol: COMMON SENSE

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 7 months ago

Dr. Vladimir Zelenko Describes New COVID Treatment Protocol: COMMON SENSE

"Have as my guest, someone you may have heard of him. His name is doctor Vladimir, zelenko, he is a world renowned physician credited with promoting an innovative treatment protocol for Corona, virus. As a result of being very successful in treating coronavirus, he's been labeled controversial because we all know we're supposed to fail at treating coronavirus so that we cower in fear. Doctor zelenko, I'm just so glad to have you on the program. Thanks for having me. So tell us, what is the protocol that you were prescribing that was successful and that made you persona non grata in the craven medical establishment that have to deal with? It's called common sense. Which I know is a genius in this generation, but what I did was I found myself in an epicenter of the first and largest outbreak COVID in March of 2020 in upstate New York, where thousands of sick patients. And there was no treatment available. And my patients were looking at me for guidance. And the government was getting no guidance except people home, and wait until they get sicker and send them to the hospital. They'll get on the respirator and around 85% of the people in the respirator were dying at that point. So that didn't seem like a very smart or good approach. So I decided to try to find something that could mitigate the course of the disease. Because keep in mind, I'm seeing patients in the outpatient setting in the office setting, not in the hospital. And my job is to keep people out or from going to the hospital. And so everyone knows that it's much better and you get better results if you treat something early than late. For example,

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Larry O'Connor: What Is the Democrat Medical Complex?

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 8 months ago

Larry O'Connor: What Is the Democrat Medical Complex?

"Now we've been discussing the COVID-19 policies of this authoritarian regime What I'm calling the Democrat medical complex where the party along with the media work hand in glove with these tyrannical authoritarian unelected unaccountable bureaucrats who have made your life miserable for the last two years and now they're trying to weasel out of it They're trying to suggest oh we were always on board with us I don't know what you're talking about This is why we have to please this is of course it's we've always planned What was the thing that Biden said with regard to this being it's not a federal issue right here Look there is no federal solution This gets solved State level Really Because when he was running for the office that he's cravenly wanted his entire political career without actually having any sort of world for you or political philosophy that goes anywhere beyond his own personal craven egotistical narcissistic political ambition when he was running for office he said I'm not going to shut down the country but I'm going to shut down the vote before I'm not going to shut down the economy I'm not going to shut down the country I'm going to shut down the virus I'm going to shut down the virus not the country I'm not going to shut down the country I'm going to shut down the virus I'm going to shut down the wire Yeah you get the picture right That's what he was saying the whole time And when things were getting a little dicey there to be you know he came in okay It's time I'm president I'm going to get sworn in I'm going to shut down the virus What was this plan Well pretty much just to implement the vaccine that is predecessor had moved heaven and earth to

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The TRUTH About Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:07 min | 9 months ago

The TRUTH About Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein

"Okay, I want to talk about this Epstein story. FAA accidentally disclosed new flight data on Epstein's private jets. So let me first kind of just frame the whole Jeffrey Epstein story. The Jeffrey Epstein story is one of the most extraordinary, hard to believe, yet most covered up stories of the last 30 or 40 years. You see Jeffrey Epstein was a glitch in the ruling class matrix. Jeffrey Epstein, he was obviously a provider of services for very wealthy and powerful men across the world. Royal family, potential other royal families across the world. Financiers, presidents, you name it, if you wanted to do something despicable, craven. And almost unspeakable on radio or podcasting, Jeffrey Epstein was the facilitator of that.

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Tom Cotton to Merrick Garland: 'Thank God You Are Not on the Supreme Court'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | 10 months ago

Tom Cotton to Merrick Garland: 'Thank God You Are Not on the Supreme Court'

"So Merrick Garland is testifying in front of Congress right now. And not in front of the house in front of the Senate, though, which was very important, let's go to cut 64. Senator Tom cotton has said what we are all thinking, which is praise God and thank goodness that Merrick Garland is not on the United States Supreme Court. Let's play cut 64. This is shameful. This testimony, your directive, your performance is shameful. That's not true. Thank God you are not on the Supreme Court. You should resign and disgrace judge. You should resign and disgrace judge. I'm a big Tom cotton fan. I think he's terrific and it's exactly right. Merrick Garland is one of the most despicable, craven, self righteous, arrogant, and lowlifes ever to serve as attorney general of the United States. And we've had some. We've had some attorney generals. Trust me. The fact that Merrick Garland is now double and tripling down on the weaponization of the Department of Justice against moms and dads tells you everything you need to know. And I am seeing here as my friend senator Marshall Blackburn right now is touching is asking questions that Merrick Garland and the testimony. I'm seeing Republicans start to play offense. They realize that the rule of law is been temporarily put on life support in our country as Merrick Garland and his cartel of muscle mafia people try to put moms and dads in a headlock saying you better not show up to school board meetings. You better not challenge the

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Attorney General Merrick Garland Shows His True Colors

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | 10 months ago

Attorney General Merrick Garland Shows His True Colors

"Merrick Garland was supposed to be on the United States Supreme Court. Remember when justice Antonin Scalia passed away. The great Antonin Scalia. Then president Barack Hussein Obama proposed that we need to have kind of a healing and kind of coming together period, and we're going to have a moderate come on the U.S. Supreme Court. We're going to have Merrick Garland as he's not far to the left. He's not far to the right. He's kind of going to be like Anthony Kennedy. Now to his great credit, senator Mitch McConnell said no, that's not going to happen. We're going to wait to the election. We're going to see what happens. The election occurred, and Merrick Garland remained in limbo. And never got his appointment to the United States Supreme Court. Merrick Garland always kind of had the appearance. He always kind of had the disguise, the camouflage, the uniform of being a very moderate individual both in his temperament and also his politics. Merrick Garland always kind of had a way of saying, I don't want to bring the country too far in one direction, but my duty is to the rule of law. Now Merrick Garland has showed his true colors the last 6 or 7 months ever since becoming attorney general of the United States. He is without a doubt, one of the most radical, craven, one of the most dangerous attorney generals in American history, I will even say, in some ways Merrick Garland is doing things that Eric holder and Loretta lynch did not even do when they were attorney general of the United

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Merrick Garland Is the Current Hired Gun of the Craven Ruling Class

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | 10 months ago

Merrick Garland Is the Current Hired Gun of the Craven Ruling Class

"Today, Merrick Garland is doing a hearing in front of the House judiciary committee. Merrick Garland is being asked certain questions that he doesn't even know the specifics of what he does his attorney general is exactly what bob Mueller did when he was the appointment, where they have these elderly kind of elderly old men that have had long resumes and careers, Merrick Garland being a federal judge, bob Mueller, think bubble around the FBI, and he's something like that. And then they use them as puppets and they manipulate them to wage domestic war on us. Merrick Garland, you have to understand what you're dealing with here. Is the current hired gun of the craven ruling class. Merrick Garland is the placeholder of all of the entrenched interests. Merrick Garland oversees the department that spied on Donald Trump illegally oversees the department that had Peter struck and Lisa page. James Comey, Merrick Garland is the placeholder unelected by the way no one showed up in huge numbers to go elect Merrick Garland to be able to write letters to say to the national school board to acknowledge the letter from the national school board association, say, you know what? We need to go use the FBI the Department of Justice to go after moms and dads that are showing up in big numbers to school board meetings. Now, Republicans are doing their job here by overseeing Merrick Garland. They're conducting oversight. And a lot of this is just words. But Merrick Garland is not used to being challenged like this. I listen to some of the hearing this morning and I could tell you this is a man who just like bob Mueller is only a placeholder and is being used and manipulated by other treacherous and other malevolent interests. To try to weaponize the federal government in the United States.

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"craven" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies

Around the World in 80s Movies

30:07 min | 1 year ago

"craven" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies

"Settle on a player a jock who has visions of the murders as the happened. He was an eyewitness to the events but not physically present there so not something that they could really use in court he would either have to find a way to get that physical evidence or he'd have to stop the killer. Himself craven fleshed out this premise under the title dream stocker and he developed it for the fox television network to be a weekly series where the killer would control a new person every week and the only person who knew where and when that murder was going to take place was the psychic but after a year or tinkering with this premise fox unfortunately reconsidered. This was a show where somebody gets away with murder every episode that seemed to negative for this burgeoning network to try to take such a risky gamble that the public would accept. This craven wasn't terribly dismayed yet. He was too invested in his next film project the serpent and the rainbow to really want to get involved in watering down this concept enough for fox to try to slotted into their primetime lineup besides during the making of serpent and the rainbow craven's assistant marianne maddalena. She mentioned that the dream stocker premise had just been made into a theatrical film from new line called the hidden coincidentally directed by jack shoulder who also directed the second elm street film if you listen to my episode on that sometime earlier. This is the one where a murderous alien parasite controls humans to commit murder and mayhem now. Following serpent and the rainbow success craven received a lot of offers to develop new projects from various producers and studios including mgm craving expressed though growing fatigue at being harassed by studios he was just tired of having the compromises vision time after time by people who didn't even know anything about the horror genre while he was discussing this with his agents. They mentioned that there was a deal that they had secured for a client of theirs. John carpenter and that deal gave him full creative control and distribution through universal pictures in the us and carolco fees so craven was interested in that deal and he soon entered into a similar four picture. Deal to horror films with an option for two of any genre. With shep gordon in andre blaze alive films for final cut on his upcoming movies if they could be made on time and under the five million dollar budget and would test well with preview audiences. Shep gordon from films. He suggested that craven create his next elm street for them but now unlike with new line craven could retain the rights to his characters and craven embraced that arrangement. Because this meant no more haggling over casting choices. Adding jump scarce where they didn't belong gratuitous nudity or gore also where they didn't belong and didn't have to compromise ending to allow for a sequel like he did with new line so alive slotted his next film for an october release to capitalize on halloween horror. Movie watching now. He just had to figure out what he wanted to do. So for his first film craven return to that dream stalker idea that he could never get made. So in this case he was going through reconceptualise that concept as his next nightmare on elm street craven at this point was so bitter that he had seated the rights to freddie krueger to new line cinema to get the first nightmare on elm street made and he was so sick of seeing what they did with his character that he just wanted to bury freddie and make a better version of him. Someone who is not this non intimidating jokester that he had become in the sequels shaky green with claus. That's how craven dubbed. What freddie had become craven retitled dream soccer to reference his scarier version of freddie. No more mister nice guy. That was from the alice cooper song ship. Gordon happened to be alice. Cooper's manager so obviously he loved that title but for legal reasons craven could not make his villain look like freddie. He couldn't have similar powers traveling and dreams. He also felt that he had to distinguish his premise from that. Other new line film the hidden so he added the power to his villain to travel through the electrical grid. He could go into wall circuits. He could go into any devices plugged into the sockets including the television set. Then that gave him another great idea because craven had read this scientific book analyzing how people's brainwaves while they were watching television they were like in a hypnotic state that closely resembled those experienced while humans dreamt so craving here with television had his new wave. Bring back freddie without actually bringing him back. He additionally added that his villain could navigate through television waves so basically he could be almost anywhere. We're television waves existed. So this angle. Also appeal to craven's penchant for reich commentary because he felt that tv was the one thing that really pushed this notion of the american dream. Not just one person's dream. Tv was a mirror into human society but also through. Its dark lens. It showcased thirst for violence with war with strife perpetually on the news every night growing up during world war two. You craven knew that horror films where away to cope with the world's evils that we experience television though is a trojan horse it goes into everybody's homes it brings. The world's violence to our families is and the villain within. This would be a symbol of televisions evil shot in a warehouse in downtown los angeles rather than a sound stage to save money. The film set ohio. That's where craven's from he drew from characterizations based on people that he knew while he was living there craven dubbed his new villain. Horace pinker horace would be television repair technician and he would treat his occupation as some sort of spiritual journey would perform rituals to his electronic gadgets as some sort of deal that he would enter with the devil so to speak as payment for his human sacrifices to these electrical appliances horaces eventual execution in. The electric chair would not kill him so much as make him stronger. Now craven's protagonist for this film is going to be as he was going to be in the original tv series at college football star be named jonathan after craven's own son. Jonathan would be tied to the killers through this hereditary link that drives his quest for revenge. Jonathan experiences horrifically vivid hallucinations following conclusive collision with a goal. Post and his first vision depicts the murder of his foster mother and siblings when jonathan awakes. He finds that this dream actually did happen. His foster family except for his father. Who's a lieutenant on. The police force happens to have been murdered. And he's an eyewitness but he wasn't physically there that leaves the cops skeptical. Jonathan realize that his visions are a telepathic link to the murderer horace pinker which he was going to use to the next murder in this mid western town of maryville before horace kills again horse gets caught and his verdict is death by electrocution before pinker is sits in the electric chair. Though he makes a faustian deal in his jail sale to a television set that allows him to live on after the would be fatal experience as an entity of electricity and he can channel into any electrical network and that includes people's bodies or the power grid or pretty much. Anything plugged into a wall socket including televisions from coast to coast after horace reveals himself to be jonathan's biological father before his execution he makes a violent escape afterward. Only this time he can be anywhere or anyone. And only son psychic powers might be able to stop his bloodthirsty rampage. So horse was going to be in the new freddie but the question was who would be the next robert england. Craven felt that an actor who played horace had to be charismatic as england. Although he would have to have different fiber would be too obvious. He was making a freddie clone here. Hundreds did audition including notably mick fleetwood craven rejected mickley because of his longtime association with a soft rock. Supergroup fleetwood mac. He didn't think that people would truly by that. He had no limits the only quality though that he looked for among the actors was that he would know him when he saw him. Craven nuit when mitch allegedy walked in although he actually didn't how bishen initially for the horace pinker role. He was actually going for the football coach. Despite that poletti was called back to audition with craven maddalena his producer. But this time they wanted to see him. Audition for horace poletti. As he went through audition he knew that he was doing something very convincing. Because madelene physically began to distance yourself for safety as if she was actually frightened of what he might do two weeks later. Pillage came back because they wanted to see if he could handle the physical aspects of the horace. Pinker raw maddalena again during this edition distancing herself yet again. He felt if anything he had one person at least completely convinced but not just one person craven was also convinced. Craven gave him not only the part but also added additional dialogue. The horace pinker because he wanted to complement allegies. Excellent acting skills. Now the horse piercings weren't among the first ones shot so while awaiting his scenes police started work on what was supposed to be horace pinkers trademark limp and he came up with one that he thought was so fantastic craven was going to love it but then when he came in to do his part he found that they had already filmed scenes with a little girl. That pinker takes over so poletti. Instead of doing the one that he had worked on for a couple of weeks to model his limp after the one she used which was very emphatic. For the role of jonathan. Craven hired peterberg if that name sounds familiar to you while he he's been an actor for a long time but a lot of people know him today because he's directed several notable films including hancock lone survivor deepwater horizon. The kingdom the rundown. I mean a lot of very popular action films that have comedy patriots day. I mean you. Can i could go on and on but peterberg. He was a little old for the part really. He was only twelve years younger than mitch. Poletti who who's supposed to be his father. I guess in this film now craving wanted a love story component to foster his belief that love is eternal even beyond death so he created a girlfriend character for jonathan her name. He called allison and she would be played by cooper craven. He originally had intended to make this a very dark film but after he started injecting the themes of love being stronger than hate. He started to lighten the tone of his movie with a lot. More humor and a dash of romance so many of the scenes that were originally intended to be downright terrifying. A nasty were now played for some dark comedy laughs. For instance pinker does take over that body of that seven year old girl who suddenly turns into a potty mouth psycho for entertainment. The one that developed limp. Michael murphy took the stepfather role. The cop lieutenant don parker after reading the script he founded hilariously droll. It seemed like an exuberant setup of the horror genre and he thought it would be clever and make for a very fun ride with a lot of thrilling moments punctuated by this refreshing tongue in cheek. Attitude that craven added craven also would add a lot of cameos to this film timothy leary. He plays this televangelist entertainment tonight. Host john tash plays the tv news anchor. Craven even added members of his family. His daughter jessica plays a girl behind the counter toward the early part of this film. His son jonathan. The one that the protagonist is named after he plays a jogger. Jonathan also happened to have assisted in the editing during post production. For this film there are additional. Cameos alice cooper elm streets heaven langan camp kinda tongue-in-cheek joke for freddie fans says one of the first victims ted ramey at i mentioned earlier. Sam's brother by the way brent spiner briefly as a talk show guest and frequent collaborator with craven. Bruce wagner is the executioner and wes craven self puts himself in as a neighbor who asked was that real toward the end of the film the optical effects were done by max headroom bruno george who'd worked with craven for About three episodes of the twilight zone tv revival during the mid to late nineteen eighty s. George had also been working with craven for the short lived. One thousand nine hundred nine tv series called people next door which was one of first cancellations of the eighty nine ninety season. Craven cinematographer from a nightmare. Elm street also came aboard here. Jacques aitken who also worked on hidden by the way he'd can design shots around pinkers transformational segments shooting videotape and then that was going to be placed within the film because video contains less information than film though hakin had to shoot his footage as very clean and bright and sharp as possible to minimize grain and to allow for bruno georgia's matt effects to be placed within the film footage. Shooting video had grown very popular on television during this period. So craven thought it made sense for pinker to exist in video textures when he would be leaping into the airwaves. Craven immediately envisioned. This fight within television using all of the real life violence that is depicted in our culture as the backdrop to struggle between good and evil craven also explores. Tv's narcotic influence by having timothy leary as a televangelist now pinker. Because he makes his escape. During his execution he wears this orange prison jumpsuit that became his trademark and that was chosen because he felt like freddie he needed to have that iconic look but also it contrasted well with matt optical effects who were planning to put in here but craven did have a late setback because bruno george. He ended up not being able to deliver on the obstacles that he promised georgia's idea to transfer film to video and then back again with matt's removed was not going to work as he had intended didn't function so when he was finally confronted about this. George broke down into tears. He nearly suffered a mental breakdown from the guilt and the feeling of anxiety that he had had that this film might be derailed because of him so craven took immediate action he tried to salvage whatever negatives of the film that he had to try to make something workable with only a month ago but everything was a master were pieces of negative. There were in the lab. They were in georgia's car. They were mixed among a lot of negatives from other projects that he was working on so craven would need new opticals but he had absolutely no time to hire anybody to come in and start from scratch so he had to parcel it out piecemeal to various effects houses to try to recreate each particular piece that were used in the film and that greatly expanded by the way the budget to the point where craven actually had to pay out of his own pocket for the difference. I've been avoiding saying the title of shocker. Throughout this way throughout most of this no more mister. Nice guy was the working title that they were intending to release says but the that did hit a little too close to home and that primarily was because no more mister. Nice guy also happen to be the title of the first episode of the nineteen eighty-eight. Tv show called. freddy's nightmares. So freddy kruger already kind of had a tie in to that title so it would make too obvious yet again so they brainstorm new titles and they settled on eventually shocker for its double meaning toyed with actually keeping no more mister. Nice guys. the secondary title. so shocker. no more mister nice guy but universal who had a distribution deal with alive films wanted to avoid any chances that we're going to be sued by new line so another snag did occur because in april of nineteen eighty nine in theaters was the release of another movie called the horror show and that also featured a serial killer whose execution makes him super naturally powerful. He can also travel through 'electricity in the horror. Show happen to be made by craven's friend and one time collaborator. On the last house on the left sean cunningham craven because cunningham was a friend. He wouldn't criticize him publicly but he was privately very livid not only that he felt cutting him may have stole his idea but that registering his idea for shocker. With the writers guild did not sufficiently protect him from somebody else coming out with the same premise so craven did take cunningham at his word eventually that that idea had been developed independently even though there were a lot of very striking similarities. Any also hope that the competition was going to do. No more damage to shocker than dreamscapes happened to do to a very similarly premised a nightmare announced treat back in ninety four once it was all said and done during post production. Craven realized that shocker. It just wasn't going to be as good as he had envisioned. It just wasn't popping the way that he thought and the reason why was revealed in test screenings where it was revealed kind of a psychological fly in craven's plan to use video textures for his climax because audiences. They didn't seem to treat video images with the same weight as they did. Film and the impact was deadened. So craven's initial idea for a plasma transparent appearance to horace pinker when he's driven from human body and looking for another host that didn't seem to grab audiences as well as they might've looked a little too inauthentic so craven determined. He had to change the appearance to have a little bit. More opaqueness to this. So craven redid the ending where there's a bedroom fight in which combatants enter a tv screen in the battle plays out in the video image and he changed it so that jonathan would freeze pinker in mid air and then after he dissolves. He'd returned back to film to have a more impactful climax henceforth so once craven finally fixed that issue another obstacle perhaps the biggest obstacle to getting his film released on time came about the mpaa bestowed shocker unex- rating or nc. Seventeen if forced craven to perform last minute at its because his contract with alive stipulated that his films could not be stronger than r. rated so after several passes with additional cuts the mpaa still continue to not budge on their initial rating of nc seventeen. They claimed that the film is just too intense and they were concerned that children might actually be able to see it. Craven fired back that it was his job to deliver an intense horror film. The ratings board decision meant that no filmmaker would be allowed to make movies to entertain adult horrify man's adult horror fans who knew fantasy from reality so craven submitted a formal complaint. He called it his constitutional right as an artist to make our rated movies without having to worry about this fantasy child who might see his film. Craven complained that there was a bias from the npa against anything labeled this horror specifically and he grew frustrated that shocker repeatedly met with an x rating so to speak and that the ratings board was providing no guidance as to what it was that was pushing his film over the line so that he could trim to make it in our the. Mp's only response was. It was intense and he didn't know exactly what that meant. The npa's response to his formal complaint was that. Hey he didn't have to take it to them. He can release his uncut an unrated if you wanted to however unrated or nc seventeen or x rated films could not be advertised in most newspapers and tv stations wouldn't allow commercials and very few theaters would even screen films that were harder than our and this presented an undesirable situation too many directors who consider themselves artists either had to release their uncut vision and suffer short financial disaster or they would have to cut their film to the mpaa satisfaction and that would merely demonstrate that money is more important than art so it took over a dozen attempts for craven to cut enough of shocker to satisfy the rating poured the scene that craven most regretting that he had to tone down was when we're pinker bites off the fingers of a prison guard. He spits them out and gleefully quips finger licking good. That line is still on the film. But we don't see the fingers being spent out of the mouth test audiences though did love that particular moment in craven felt. That moment was critical because we needed to view pinker as an absolute maniac so that we would read what other horrors might erupt. Pleasantries were craving is a believer. That horror has to cross lines to scare audiences for instance. The exorcist established early that it was willing to go places. No other prior horror film dared and audiences were absolutely on edged throughout the rest of that film because they they didn't know exactly what they were going to see from scene to scene craven also had to remove shots of pinkers electrocution especially his full body twitching around and and the gruesome discovery of the body of one of the characters in a bathtub. He also excised shot of coach cooper under the influence of pinker stabbing his own hand with a knife. Craven found all of these. Mpaa demand so insulting that he actually quitting moviemaking altogether a few years afterward as he continued to deal with them but he eventually got his are rated cut. He's grown to be satisfied. Even though he feels that his uncut visioned probably would work much better now. The other thing that was going to sell shocker was going to be the soundtrack and that included a lot of heavy metal acts. Like megadeath iggy pop alice cooper a kind of a supergroup the dudes of wrath which contains the alice cooper from kiss paul stanley tommy lee from motley crue among a few others megadeath cover the alice cooper classic. No more mister nice guy that was going to be the theme song. They did a music video even for that directed by penelope spirits. Not craven did come to regret committing to the heavy metal soundtrack that was written by ship. Gordon's close friend producer desmond child which he felt uncomfortably fit his story like the more traditional score. That was in the film desmond was very well connected. Any brought in nearly all of the talent for the song so by the time craven realized that it really wasn't the vibe he wanted. It was too late for new score but despite craven's qualms about it. Many fans of shocker. Do site the metal tracks. As one of the reasons they actually really liked the film now if pinker represents violence within our society as through television than his execution was going to make him stronger. Despite the death penalty in effect for decades human society has only grown more violent. So that makes sense. Pinker is the representation of td violence resulting from real world violence the images viewed on television or of real world wars and real world killings. Jonathan represents breaking from that cycle of violence asserting that he is not like his father and doesn't need to go down the same road grievances. That shocker was kind of a personal film to him because it was a way to exercise his feelings toward his own hot tempered and abusive father. Now when shocker was released it was i guess. Profitable it earned sixteen point five million dollars domestically off of its five million dollar budget even though craven did have to kick in a little bit more than that to get it ultimately made but it did finish under the twenty two million dollars earned by a nightmare on elm street five. That was considered a disappointment. So shocker didn't even make that in one thousand nine hundred nine. So as such universal was very tepid on continuing with this as a horror franchise. They felt the possibilities. Just didn't seem to be there although for some reason. Shocker reportedly was a very big hit in south america now. Many people do attribute the authorship of freddy krueger to craven horace pinker. Maybe he's just too reminiscent to freddie to avoid being called a clone. It very much has a job and a spirit and horace pinker especially the way that he quips. Throughout this film it will absolutely remind people of the nightmare on elm street series. I think the only difference is that freddie kills through dreams pinker through tv and appliances although in a very similar fashion also by this point. Realm of homicidal maniacs was already overpopulated. Had many viewers were already growing tired of the cycle of slasher films. Frady jason michael. These are all big names in the slasher movie industry but the industry was waning by this period. The movies were definitely not nearly as profitable as they. once were. So shocker me have been way too late to the party for horace pinker to become one of that mount rushmore 's of slasher movie villains. Shocker does have its clever ideas here and there but it's lack of logic does leave it. Playing oftentimes like a very ultra violent version of cartoon you know craving did try to throw in some satire here but i think what mars it is. The blatant imitation craven seems to be much more focused on retreading freddie and making horace pinker his replacement for fans and trying to play to that crowd instead of trying to turn to new channels for inspiration. The attempts at humor here. They don't yield nearly as many laughs as probably intended and the satire. Unfortunately by the time it's all said and done on television barely does leave the mark that you would hope for. There is also a weakness here in that. The weakness of pinker is also weakness for the movie. This is love story. That doesn't really generate any real romantic feelings whatsoever. The tragedy that we're supposed to feel for that particular story just is not as evident there despite some very good visuals through this film. The heart shaped necklace. That's kinda like love. Being the antithesis of horace pinker of the embodiment of hate Just doesn't generate the kind of qualities that you would look for. And unfortunately i think shocker despite good visuals and despite some interesting and sometimes amusing notions just never quite coalesce into a truly satisfying whole. And that's why. I can only give wes craven's shocker. Two and a half stars out of four two and a half stars. My skill means that it had the tools that had the talent to be something more something more with wild. But i think that in trying to replicate what craven did to try to capture lightning in a bottle yet again which is almost an impossibility. I think people had already seen craving do this before. And they weren't going to just allow him to rip off ready just because he had created him he had to show something more and unfortunately people viewed a nightmare on elm street as a better film all around even if the sequels fell short. Even shocker in the end so two and a half stars is the best. I can give shocker. Despite respecting craven what he was trying to do anyway now elements of the original concept for the dream. Stalker did appear in this one thousand nine hundred ninety. Nbc's tv show. That craven did called night-vision that show also happened to feature mitch. Reggie so some of the leftover ideas did manage to make it finally to television. He was ridiculing television. All throughout this film there was also talk about. Maybe they should do a follow up to shock curve. Maybe with a smaller budget. Having a new director craven would executive produce it. Two thousand nine craven did announce that he would executive. Produce a shocker sequel. That was going to be written and directed by bruce wagner. That was the closest he ever came with that announcement. It never did quite get off the ground at all eventually. A protege of west craven nick simon. He contemplated doing a return of shocker. But never did manifest into something. Willett ever get remade. Well i don't know if the cult audience four shocker has not developed beyond hardcore west craven fans. I don't think there's a viability of big demand among the general public to see pinker. Don his orange jumpsuit yet again and scare us. I think freddie krueger just takes up all the oxygen in the room when it comes to that sort of thing so enjoy it for what. It is craven. If you have your own thoughts on shocker and you want to be you can find all my contact information at my website. That's equipped stir dot net. Twip e r dot net leased. My twitter feed facebook page. Instagram email is the best way to get in touch. As far as what. I'm going to be talking about next. Well you may be step ahead of me. I did mention this film during the body of the review. For a shocker from nineteen eighty-nine nine as well. It is that film. They came out in april of nineteen thousand. Nine reportedly stole some of the thunder. That craven had intended for shocker. It's called the horror. Show part of the house series of films house three but it actually is a standalone film. And i will talk about that. As a standalone feature for the next episode the horror show featuring lance henriksen and brian james. And until then thank you so much. Everyone for listening and joining me on this trip around.

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"craven" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies

Around the World in 80s Movies

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"craven" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies

"While you're there you can find the link to my other. Podcast called the nineties and beyond very similar to this one. But of course i cover films of the nineteen nineties and beyond some more recent movies as well. You can find all of that equity dot net. Today i'm going be getting into the second part of the three part series looking at films in the nineteen eighties in which electricity or an evil manifestation of electricity is the main nemesis. Pulse preceded this one. But we're going to go into another film featuring.

"craven" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"craven" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"craven" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

InnovaBuzz

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"craven" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

"That we don't assume everyone around us has the same values who.

"craven" Discussed on The Swearwolves

The Swearwolves

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"craven" Discussed on The Swearwolves

"Fucking and there's bad people and they get their comeuppance and like nobody really. I mean roach dies right but nobody you care about di-z've ingram's is an asshole. Yeah and spencer guys asshole get killed. Mommy and daddy get killed but everybody else pretty much lives besides roach. It's just a really good time. I think it's a family horror movie. this is a movie like i said i watched it with my thirteen year old and they both loved it. They thought it was great. And i would suggest that you were talking about your niece. Like coming over and you're gonna watch movies with. I would think that would be a good movie. Show her yeah just to be. Hey this is kind of like a horror film or whatever But i give it. Would you give it two and a half two and a half. I'm going to give it three and a half a route between three and three and a half. I'm gonna give it three and a half. Three is a good landing spot for and i was between the two and a three a pretty wide range on this one okay. I'm going to go in the middle. So i think it's a really good film. So what i said about wes. Craven before making four. Good films you can amend that. He's made five. I was curious when he said that you said before. I was like all right so brits not going to be my car. I couldn't show very clever. My notes that i wrote my little diatribe about wes. Craven i said edit you can add people into sears as being good and so. There's proof that i did like that. So wes craven. We've talked about him. Being a legend right a master. He's considered like this great horror. Yeah he's hit or miss. Do we miss. Do you like read i. I saw that killing murphy. Kilian murphy a rachel mcadams. I saw that movie once actually liked that movie. I think i've only seen it twice. Also remember liking. Okay so he also did curse sucked. I thought the theater also did scream to us. Okay also scream. Three screaming trees that very good scream fours. Okay is good. But those are less him. And more like kevin williamson. Yes yeah he also did shocker. Shocks rainbows and swamp thing. Listen i like something but most people diocese is. I was a kid. Yeah most people don't like something. The hills have eyes is good. It's a little slow. it's good. The hills have eyes to sucks. He did that one. Yeah so he's mostly miss so when people are like splurging over west craven like listen. I'm sorry no man's dead like a super nice guy. But if i gotta put craven against carpenter it's not even close. No no who else. Who else would we put up their own. Like people talk about romero. George marriage marriage did some good films pitcher americanism credits to tobe hooper..

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"craven" Discussed on The Swearwolves

The Swearwolves

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"craven" Discussed on The Swearwolves

"Fuck fuck fuck avid ving. Rhames fucking marseils wallers. Roy he does not look like a bitch bill. Cobbs is grandpa. Kelly jo minter as ruby. Kelly jo minter from five five. She turns into a cockroach. No that was the other one. Yeah she the one that was a diver swimmer. Yes yeah yeah yes. She dives into the empty pool. I think so or does she believe. I don't think she might live. I can't remember. And a while i can't remember. There's a reason good anyway shoes in. That always liked her voice. She's got a very distinct voice. And then i always thought it was cool like jeff. Seen another movies and tv shows and stuff. And i always remember her release date november first nineteen ninety-one earlier Anytime what your daddy. No this is my mom's birthday on november. First name one. How old was she had been on that day. She would have been thirty nine. Wow god thirty nine. That's it's always weird when you think about your parents younger than were now and it doesn't seem like that. Long ago i was fourteen summer november first. Nineteen ninety one turned eleven. Crees hung out with you know it was fourteen. You would have been like and you know. Hang out with kids a man. Nego- watch the mighty ducks. Budget was six million dollars. Movie made thirty one point. Four million dollars. We'll say this. I went off on west craven. That's but i mean he could turn a profit. That's a lot of money. Because i bet you. His movies are way more profitable than john. Carpenter's i recently looked up junk arbiters profitability trouble. I didn't know this movie was a hit. Because honestly i mean i was eleven so this wasn't really my type of movie but well that's funny. You didn't know it was a big hit. I didn't hear about smooth until years later. It's funny you say that. Because i saw this movie pretty quick after it came out on. Vhs so probably ninety two okay. so i was fourteen. I found this movie to be a very child friendly. I could see that. Watch this movie with both of my children. We hadn't had last weekend. And i said i got to watch movie and they both wanted to watch it and they both sat through. My daughter is eight. She sat through the entire thing. I could see kids. Yeah i see the appeal. It's a kid movie. Yeah it's got some stuff in common with the prior film. I mean some of the home alone stuff. Yeah yeah yeah ya what does ever go. The rape scenes wants like. Yeah my eight year old looked at. She really liked the juxtaposition to all right so fool. He lives in like the ghetto of and his. Hey and his family are being Evicted from their apartments and their landlords are the robinsons robe since. I don't know how proud but they are. This married couple quote married couple and they live in this like mansion. But it's like a fucking it's shitty mansion look at this and they're like mortuary or something or a funeral home. It used to be home back in the day. It's like rundown it pretty cool looking. Yeah we'll tell you this is and it's got these. Secret passageways fucking. They were awesome. I one house passages everywhere. Does it creeps relive creepers. Do people like if we said like..

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"craven" Discussed on The Swearwolves

The Swearwolves

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"craven" Discussed on The Swearwolves

"Just get done and i just got done telling you how these two seventeen year. Old girls got gang-raped. They're being bound and the dragged out to the woods future's uncertain and yet we hear this song that guest david. You're correct. it sounds like fucking country. Bear jamboree splash mountain or something. Yeah it's like an aunt that town on what the fuck. I was watching this movie. And i was like what the fuck in my watching. Krueg singing la. David hess bluegrass stuff. Come back you put a pin in that one So mary recognizes where they are the. The car breaks down right outside. Mind you right outside of mary's parents whole yeah. 'cause we see the mailbox where the mailbox with earlier talking to the dog about. How hot conductor little curves. But anyway she their car breaks down right outside their nobody notices until. It's too late but mary notices. She's like oh this is my parents house. Well the four proceed to go. Let's have some fun with just like the song. Says they go out easels on the kazoo.

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"craven" Discussed on The Swearwolves

The Swearwolves

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"craven" Discussed on The Swearwolves

"A peace sign. Yeah a little trinket machine. He's like this'll be. This is early birthday present so while they're away the. The parents are decorating the house for her birthday. Tomorrow when we hear on the radio to other driving that ends like some escape debt escaped convicts and kind describe them krug and weasel and the junior junior has a junior got him out. Yeah drove a getaway card sadie is like like a friend or a companion. Guess the craig's like a rapist and murderer the kid juniors like a heroin addict and then weasels like he's a child molester torn because i thought it was really his a history of peeping tom. Tom ism i don't know what the yeah they're they're they're not good people. There's yes four of them. Well the girls make their way to the wrong side of town because they're going to go see this fucking black death. What's the name of the band Bloodlust bloodlust they wanna score some pot. Yep gotta get the old music get some marriage wanna Get some of that reefer. So they come across junior. Who just so happens to be outside smoking a cigarette and the hey man gino where we can score some weed is like now. I don't know but then he gets the bright idea. Look so yes. He's going to give them to krug. Who's his dad. Yeah which is weird but anyway it is weird. He's gonna give them to krug basically because he wants to get a fix for heroin addiction. And that's how the dead controls the sun crew get him and so he He's like yeah. I got some upstairs once. Come with me. And he goes upstairs. The girls soon as they walk into the apartment all of them immediately turned on them and the girls get basically kidnapped yet. It's like you're not going anywhere. And they proceed to rape them here they rape one of them yes phyllis and it's almost said it's a cool seem. It's not the way they did. It like craven juxtaposed scenes of the dad. The mom like decorating for the party. Happy music and then intercut with like these horrific shots of her being raped. Yeah i guess. I don't know yet. She gets them next morning. Marianne phillips they're bound and gagged and put into the trunk of the crew car and they're taking them out to the woods. Yeah then we finally. The mom is worried because like she never came home and she's like oh lynn. The dad's like well. It's pretty normal. They went to go see a concert. I'm sure she'll be home but we'll call if they're not home by whatever time at time rolls around i'm not gonna go back and forth like the movie does but that time rolls around and they call the sheriff and that's where we meet the sheriff in sense and these guys are a bunch of bumbling. You'd make barney fife fucking roger ever but you know one thing. I want to talk about real quick so crude the crew. Gama's going to call them the krug gang because it's led by him the music that accompanies this and this is going to come to play in my review. But i want to bring this up now. The music that accompanies their drive to the woods. It sounds a little something like this was in country have lyrics to.

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"craven" Discussed on The Swearwolves

The Swearwolves

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"craven" Discussed on The Swearwolves

"No was nearly fifty years ago. That's insane yeah time go. It is not nineteen seventy two. So i'm going to be looking at this from a different perspective than my mother in her. Eighteen nineteen itself. You're gonna be wearing twenty twenty. She might have been eighteen. Actually because her birthday's in november under this movie come came out in august so she might have been the child. She was a child. She's pregnant with her second child. Hill slut bb seven babies. Or a lover. This flicker your mother. Listen to podcasts. Or your slit her. Her husband might though he met. My mom has been listens. Good sorry murray. The funny thing is is bhai. Mom would be laughing and calling herself that right now. She has got a pretty sick sense of humor. And that's where. I get a lot of my sounds like a cool easy. She's alright she's seen her in a year. So this is the thing i'm looking forward to. Actually it's coming up Everybody in my family that lives near each other. Yeah we'll all have our vaccination is actually each other. We're gonna actually. She's planned it. She's like my her husband gets his second vaccination like whenever and she's like then you guys can come over cool but i won't have my second vaccine. Say well stay the hell away then. Talk about last house on the left. Nineteen seventy two written and directed by wes. Craven music by david. Hess is also in the movie star. Sandra peabody as mary collingwood. Luc- grantham as phyllis. David hess as krug phil phil fred. Lincoln as weasel. Jeremy rain jeremy rain as sadie that she was married to richard dreyfuss really. Yeah for many years. They have three kids together. They're not married anymore but they were married. Wow interesting mark scheffler junior at some other people to there's eleanor shaw. Who is credited. As cynthia car. She plays mary's mom and richard towers. Who was credited as gaylord. Saying june is at the dead. The debt gaylord. It's like they were like talk. We don't want her news. We'll get pseudonyms. Gaylord saint james porn star in this movie martin cove. Yeah please deputy harry when he popped up. I was like hey yeah not exist. In this dojo doesn't nelson's eh. steve. Miner has an uncreditworthy Part st minor director fred. Thirteen two and three two and three up and he was a pa on this movie interests which makes sense because this movie was produced by shutting him who produced friday the thirteenth movies. So in kind of like the co creator. Friday the thirteenth. I think he created the title friday the thirteenth. And then what's it. Yeah that sounds great. I forget the guy who wrote the original one but the guy who the reason why we sit right now. I guess i mean to in his defense like if they paid him what they should pay him like. Yeah i see both sides. I guess i do too. I just wanted to be another freight thirteen fully. Yeah exactly others movie came on august thirtieth nineteen seventy-two like. I said my mom was eighteen Budget was eighty seven million dollars. Box office three point one million. Wow this made a grisly money. Think about that three point. One box office insanity to when movies cost cost. A nickel literally wouldn't nickle one shining nickel. This movie is about mary. Collingwood who is celebrating her sixteenth or seventeenth seventeenth birthday and boy. This movie opens up..

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"craven" Discussed on The Swearwolves

The Swearwolves

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"craven" Discussed on The Swearwolves

"Yeah not discuss west grading time to talk about jesus do. I actually do have time if you want to Nothing but time. We've reviewed a few west craven films in the past. We've reviewed street serpent and the rainbow. That's right re. Do we do screen. Scream scream and scream two ago. We haven't done scream three or scream for now but we've done those films. I was there. Were we have proof. So i wanted to revisit some of these old the reason why i picked these while i wanted to revisit people under the stairs and i hadn't seen in a while i'd never seen it. Oh interesting i know. And i had never seen the last house on the latin. That ahead team. So let us. Tit for tat. -an man boobs vert dealer nats but Yeah so that's why. Pick these two films and So let's let's pretty much it. I ain't got much get into this whole thing. I will say this last house on the left. My mom I remember growing up. My mom said she saw this in the theater. Oh shit and so a message was watching it. The other said it was. i'm remembering this correctly. Did you see this in the theater. And she's like she's like. I was pregnant with your sister and just give birth rate their dad and i went and saw in the theater and i was like my dad like that guy who she's not married to that was two marriages ago for her She a you ham and she's like yeah she's like. It was a big deal really when this movie came out. She's like it was like everywhere like she was like. I wanted to see it so he took me to see. Did you keep telling us. It's on the movie. And i said what did you think that she was she was. It still affects me to this day. Wow it scared her like the whole thing. Plus i mean she was nineteen years old. Yes about the age of the characters in the movie. I'm pretty close. Yeah so and she. Was you know. My dad worked. My mom stayed at home with my see. My mom had kids when she was really. Oh so seventeen for my oldest sister. Nineteen than for my the middle sister. I was the youngest so she was at home with these girls by herself. Ansa creepy living in fucking fuck illinois not saying like probably freaking out and and. This wasn't long. After the charles manson manson happened. Like what sixty nine. Yeah so that. Probably i mean i know that manson stuff freaked her out and affected her best movie Probably had a bigger impact on people back in nineteen seventy-two david nineteen seventy-two anymore..

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"craven" Discussed on The Swearwolves

The Swearwolves

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"craven" Discussed on The Swearwolves

"This week on this. Where will as we discussed two movies from legendary horror film director. Wes craven the last house on the left and the people under the stairs the swirls.

Bannon, Pardoned by Trump, Now Faces Manhattan New York D.A. Investigation

The Daily Beans

01:11 min | 1 year ago

Bannon, Pardoned by Trump, Now Faces Manhattan New York D.A. Investigation

"There's three others that were charged with bannon by the way who were not pardoned by trump but investigators working under sivan's in his office In the major economic crimes bureau office or in the early stage discussions to see if there's a state case that they can bring against bannon for his actions in the fundraising campaign. That's according to two people people familiar and who spoke on the condition of anonymity now. It's not clear whether the us attorney's office in manhattan which is still handling the case against bannon because it has not yet been formally dismissed if they're assisting the state prosecutor's office in its preliminary investigation. I'm kind of wondering if the us attorney in manhattan went over to sivan's and said hey bro you want this. I got a gift for you. Don't screw it up. Yeah although a judicial sharing order is required for swapping evidence between the agencies and it's not clear if one has been obtained so there's no evidence of one but that doesn't mean one doesn't exist and while these talks among investigators advances officer preliminary. The focus is on whether a state case against bannon covering the same criminal conduct from his federal case would be an option once. A judge formerly dismisses it. Unlike advances attempted prosecution of manafort double jeopardy probably won't apply here given that bannon has not been convicted at the federal level

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Will a coronavirus vaccine *actually* stop you getting COVID?

Coronacast

02:35 min | 1 year ago

Will a coronavirus vaccine *actually* stop you getting COVID?

"Today is stuck to kirsty short from the university of queensland. Welcome kissy thank you very much. We've got heaps of questions to put kosti but they also have clustered around a similar theme which is about the vaccine and what it can and can't or has been proven to do what it hasn't been proven today so one of the things that we've talked about quite a lot on current cost is the distinction between whether the vaccine can stop disease in someone who's infected with covid whether it can stop infections at all. Why would we even be making this distinction. Yeah look this is such an important distinction to make. And i think at sometimes a nuance that gets lost in all the discussions of the various craven nineteen vaccines. The reason it's important to make this decision is because a vaccine that protects against just disease is great. And that's going to really really important job. In reducing the number of people that are hospitalized and really sick with covid nineteen but there is a risk that if the vaccine only protects against disease and doesn't protect against transmission. If you do sort of staggered introduction of the vaccine into the population you could have have individuals who vaccination that potentially become sort of silent spreaders of covid nineteen in so far as they don't develop even maybe symptomatic disease but if they can still be infected and transmit they could pose a risk to unvaccinated individuals. So it's really something that we need to dr and we need to watch and it's really something that we need to factoring into her in terms of how the vaccine is rolled out in the community disposable people who don't understand a to understand either is how you can get protection against disease and not against the virus and i think it's it's a really good question and it comes down to a little bit of the anatomy of at the viruses infecting. So if you imagine that a vaccine protects really well you'll lower respiratory tracts. He talking about your lungs and that's really important because you can imagine that as soon as you start getting inflammation virus replication in your lungs. You're gonna get very sick now. Think about your upper respiratory tract in contrast and. That's sort of we're talking about yours now if you get far replication in now you might not get that seat because it's you right and that's not the primary side of gas exchange but it might be really easy for the virus to transmit so once area is if you have a vaccine that protects the lower respiratory tract very well but not the opera spiritual tracked you could have scenario where you have a vaccine that protects against severe disease but it doesn't protect against disease transmission

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Carl Bernstein says 21 GOP senators contemptuous of Trump

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Carl Bernstein says 21 GOP senators contemptuous of Trump

"Former Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein's tweeted out the names of nearly two dozen Republican senators who he says have criticized the president behind his back but some of those named are denying the report Karl burns Steen took to Twitter denouncing the senators quote Craven public silence that's helped enable president trump's most grievous conduct he listed twenty one names Utah's Mitt Romney is on the list earlier this month casting doubt on trump's claim the election and somehow been stolen not accurate and to destructive but senator Chuck Grassley spokesman disputes his listing saying there's no difference between what the senator says publicly and privately South Carolina senator Tim Scott's office called his placement on the list baseless accusations of someone who clearly has an axe to grind burns Steen said he learned about the politicians suppose it feelings through conversations with their colleagues staff members lobbyists and White House aides Jackie Quinn Washington

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"craven" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"craven" Discussed on KOMO

"And doors and get a full lifetime warranty with glass breakage coverage. Now's the best time to invest in your home with sound class sound Blast calm. Meteorologist Kristen Clarke is here to tell you that I guess to get ready to be wet this week. Yes, we do have a mild and wet storm that is currently swirling about 400 Miles west of Eugene, Oregon. Now that storm's gonna stay far enough off the West Coast, but it's going to be bringing about some very strong winds late tonight into Tuesday for our Pacific coast and even the Northwest interior. There's gonna be another near miss a windstorm for the interior lowlands but still breezy toe locally windy conditions late tonight through Tuesday for parts of Puget Sound. Now this storm is going to be bringing about a widespread sitting right here throughout the morning hours into the afternoon. Rising smell levels, too. If your travels today take you over the casket passes seeing any morning snow quickly changed over to rain by afternoon is certainly by this evening. A trend will continue into the day tomorrow. It's Wednesday that we start to see those snow levels lower back down to the passes for a brief time and Improving weather conditions early this week is really the stormy What is part of our week here looking at more sun and more dry opportunities for outdoor activities as you look forward to Saturday to kick off the weekend, no problems getting over Snoqualmie pass this morning. Just occasional rain bear and wet road conditions over Steven's past traction tires are advised. They do have some compact snow slush and ice on the roadway. Come on his time. 5 56. That's time for life speed with Cuomo's Marina Rock injure. Some people work in eight hour day, and they're done. Others put in 9 10 or more hours per day, especially during the pandemic. Neurologist Dr Craven George cites a new study that shows working such long hours may lead to a higher risk.

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"craven" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"craven" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"At the time and the nineteen eighties, the articles were diving into the very odd and mysterious sleep. Dad's which were occurring mostly Asian men all around the country they would die brutally as they were sleeping. Before some of the men passed away they said they would never go back to sleep. Some of them didn't realize anything was terribly wrong and would go to sleep and die. This really upset their families and it sparked a curiosity and West Craven to make this film. He found out that most of these men escaped the killing fields of Cambodia where the Cambodian Communist ruling party carried out the most terrifying anger test mass murders of the twentieth century. There's actually a lot of relevance that inspired West Craven. One being when he was little and he recalled an elderly man strolling down the path that was beside his window and he was staring at West and a creepy way. Young West hopped backwards to hide when he saw the old man look intently at him but he eventually slinked his way back to the window to Peop- outside. As he shifted his is down towards the ground. The old man was staring in the shadows seemingly trying to.

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"craven" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"craven" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"I'm calling Craven and the uncle, you speak of his mind, Because the last time you used your chat I've never been able to go outside knows you might feel to know the magical place of extraordinary thinks I said they were lying. He trusts me. You know what you risk How many times we're going to make this movie? It's been done several times. It's based on a book from 1911 and I don't know how many versions of what they have done. The last thing they did was back in 1993. So it's I guess do for update This one's tells the story of this girl who loses her parents and Haskell live with her uncle at his estate. But he's grumpy in and it's very dreary. Inside the state finds our cousin who's Bedridden, but then they go to this this garden area that they discovered when it says Garden. It's British garden, which is like a yard or big, open area, not a vegetable box in America. But you know this. This this card has almost his regenerative power that that kind of wakes them up. Helps them heal, not just physically but mentally because it is about emotional anguish and loss and dealing with grief, and that's kind of the overall themes to it. And it's you know, it's a charming enough movie. They sort of downplay the magical element to it. But see, I've never watched the other versions or read the book, so I don't know if that staying true. To the original book, but I mean, it's beautifully shot, and it's hard to the right place. Colin Firth is in this thing, right? See the way he plays her uncle and I wish they would have done a little more with him. But he's always good stuff. All right, so we have three choices here all on demand, So let's leave it at that until movie theaters really open in a few weeks. We have stamps, Sam, we have the burnt orange piracy and the secret Garden. Kevin Carr. If you only had enough money for one movie in your pocket, That's it. You gotta pick one. What's it gonna be? Of the three. I probably would lean most towards the Secret Garden, actually, right? Well, very good. Kevin Carr is always he's a fat guys to the movies dot com. That's where he lives. I don't know how he stays awake 24 hours a day, but we get him for a few short minutes every Friday at this time, and Kevin Thank you so much. We'll talk again in a week. All right, you have a good weekend. Change your mind, You know, following us on Twitter keeps you even Mohr informed on local events than ever. What's happening right now? The information is going to be revealed to us right on. 11 90 k x mark.

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"craven" Discussed on Ominous Origins

Ominous Origins

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"craven" Discussed on Ominous Origins

"And the idea of dying in your sleep for no apparent reason other than maybe a child murderer. In your dreams. Deed as unlikely that is it is a true symptom and before we get into the History of Freddy Krueger, I want to look at the inspirations behind what led to his creation. Now heard a few different accounts of how this character came to be. So I'm GonNa read all them for you or at least the ones that I find most interesting and relevant. And the first one comes from. An interview that West Craven did back in two thousand fourteen shortly before his death. In this interview with vulture. Wes. Craven went on to say quote. I'd read an article in the La Times. But a family who escaped the killing fields in Cambodia and managed to get to the US. Things were fine and then suddenly the young son was having very disturbing nightmares. He told his parents he was afraid that if he slept the thing chasing him would get him. So he tried to stay awake for days at a time. When he finally fell asleep his parents thought the crisis was over. Then, they heard screams in the middle of the night. By, the time they got to him, he was dead he died in the middle of a nightmare. Now that doesn't make your skin crawl. What will I know we talked about clowns last week and how they can give goosebumps and give you chills on the back of your neck. But we have a real life account of somebody screaming in the middle of a nightmare or what we assumed to be a nightmare, and then just dying right in the middle. Dead Asleep. Dead for dead. And the article here it goes on to explain what that phenomenal was. and IT'S A. Medical term called sudden unexplained Nocturnal Death Syndrome or sons. Similar. Thing can happen to young children infants. It's called SYD's. Son Infant Death Syndrome when a child is suddenly dies generally in their sleep for no reason or no obvious reason anyway. Regardless of what this symptom or syndrome is called it always means the same thing nightmare death. Now throat history sons has mostly affected Southeast Asian men selling the United States. There have been several recorded incidents worldwide dating all the way back to nineteen fifteen. But in the early nineteen, eighty s there was a disturbingly frequent. Amount among the among immigrants. According to nine, hundred, Eighty, seven report in the Los Angeles Times at least one, hundred, thirty people died because of sons. Most of them refugees. As noted, the La Times article by Robert Kirshner investigating the phenomenon in the late nineteen eighties, he'd only speculate about what was causing the mystifying occurrences. Proposed that quote, a random electronic discharge and quote which could have been caused by nightmare quote unquote shorted out and overloaded their hearts causing them to stop. Pretty much scaring themselves to death essentially is what that means. Apparently, when news of the death spread, it caused so much stress along the southern as refugees that they were actually afraid to go to sleep. Many of them believe in spirits and the supernatural. Due to their upbringing caused them to fight sleeping for fear of coming across some sort of demon in their dreams. However. The sleep deprivation may have put so much strain on their bodies a caused their sudden demise regardless sleep deprivation also increases the risk of sleep paralysis which explains why they thought. They saw demons and monsters in their dreams, and if you don't know with sleep paralysis is. It's terrifying disorder I guess you could call it. Where you are awake. But Asleep at the same time, you have no control of your body. But you're fully aware and conscious of everything around you. oftentimes, you hallucinate seeing either shadow figure a monster demon or something holding you down or just staring at you menacingly from across the room. Either way it's terrifying and you have no control over it. I'm not even sure how goes away and not sure how you get through it. But. All I know is that the symptoms are absolutely terrifying. It's important to know here that in the among culture people believed in nocturnal pressing spirit attacks. And they've ward them off with sacrifices and their belief in the ancestral spirit who protects them. By moving to the United States. However, they were no longer able to perform these rituals and the relocation leaving their guardian spirit behind thus, they were more prone to evil spirits attacking them especially in their sleep when they're the most vulnerable. All this makes sense if you have that belief system. Not Going to ruin your. Disbelief here, just a second and show you the real reason why? These people were dying suddenly in their sleep. It was years later that they discovered. There was an actual scientific reason for the nightmare deaths. Regatta Syndrome. It's genetic disorder in which there's an abnormal electrical activity within the heart. And it's the underlying cause. Research also discovered that it is disproportionately linked to individuals of South Eastern Asian descent. So that explains that, but the premise of dream demon lives on obviously with Freddy Kruger. and. The sudden deaths due obviously account four Freddy's powers Boyhood his appearance his persona. While according to Wes Craven, the decision was made to make him each held murderer as opposed to a child molester, which is what craven thought was the worst thing possible for human being to do. He changed it to murderer in order to avoid being accused of exploiting. The spat of the highly publicized child molestation cases in California. Further inspirations come from wes, Craven's childhood. From his school years. When encountered a bully? Also. There was a disfigured homeless man who had frightened him when he was eleven. And ultimately the pop song Dream Weaver by Gary Right all played roles in the creation. Of Freddy Krueger I would Kinda WanNa see this homeless man. I wanted meet this bully as well. I wonder if he ever got any credit for being like Freddy, it's important to note here that in an interview wes craven did. He noted of the disfigured stranger quote when I looked down, there was a man very much like Freddy walking along the sidewalk. He must've sense that someone was looking at him and stopped and looked right into my face. He scared the living daylights Outta me. So I jumped back into the shadows. I waited and waited to hear walkaway finally I thought he must have gone. So I stepped back to the window. The Guy was not only still looking at me, but he thrust his head forward as if to say, yes, I'm still looking at you. The man walked towards the apartment buildings entrance I ran through the apartment to our front doors US walking into our building on the lower floor. I, heard starting up the stairs. My brother, who is ten years older than me got a baseball bat and we went out into the corridor. But he was gone. It's experience like that can shape us as children growing up into adults. West Craven us that obviously for retreat of purpose. Something that traumatizing can stay with you and do.

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"craven" Discussed on Ominous Origins

Ominous Origins

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"craven" Discussed on Ominous Origins

"Even if it wasn't. And that's what made Freddy Krueger. So utterly terrifying. There was no defense against somebody who attack in your sleep at in your dreams. Somebody who control the world around him and use it ultimately to his benefit. To achieve his goal which is to kill you and your friends and your loved ones and anybody you've ever met. That's what Freddie Krueger meant to me when I was eight, nine, ten years old. Of course as I've gotten older, I, don't find him as scary but the premise and the idea of dying in your sleep for no apparent reason other than maybe a child murderer. In your dreams. Deed as unlikely that is it is a true symptom and before we get into the History of Freddy Krueger, I want to look at the inspirations behind what led to his creation. Now heard a few different accounts of how this character came to be. So I'm GonNa read all them for you or at least the ones that I find most interesting and relevant. And the first one comes from. An interview that West Craven did back in two thousand fourteen shortly before his death. In this interview with vulture. Wes. Craven went on to say quote. I'd read an article in the La Times. But a family who escaped the killing fields in Cambodia and managed to get to the US. Things were fine and then suddenly the young son was having very disturbing nightmares. He told his parents he was afraid that if he slept the thing chasing him would get him. So he tried to stay awake for days at a time. When he finally fell asleep his parents thought the crisis was over. Then, they heard screams in the middle of the night. By, the time they got to him, he was dead he died in the middle of a nightmare. Now that doesn't make your skin crawl. What will I know we talked about clowns last week and how they can give goosebumps and give you chills on the back of your neck. But we have a real life account of somebody screaming in the middle of a nightmare or what we assumed to be a nightmare, and then just dying right in the middle. Dead Asleep. Dead for dead. And the article here it goes on to explain what that phenomenal was. and IT'S A. Medical term called sudden unexplained Nocturnal Death Syndrome or sons. Similar. Thing can happen to young children infants. It's called SYD's. Son Infant Death Syndrome when a child is suddenly dies generally in their sleep for no reason or no obvious reason anyway. Regardless of what this symptom or syndrome is called it always means the same thing nightmare death. Now throat history sons has mostly affected Southeast Asian men selling the United States. There have been several recorded incidents worldwide dating all the way back to nineteen fifteen. But in the early nineteen, eighty s there was a disturbingly frequent. Amount among the among immigrants. According to nine, hundred, Eighty, seven report in the Los Angeles Times at least one, hundred, thirty people died because of sons. Most of them refugees. As noted, the La Times article by Robert Kirshner investigating the phenomenon in the late nineteen eighties, he'd only speculate about what was causing the mystifying occurrences. Proposed that quote, a random electronic discharge and quote which could have been caused by nightmare quote unquote shorted out and overloaded their hearts causing them to stop. Pretty much scaring themselves to death essentially is what that means. Apparently, when news of the death spread, it caused so much stress along the southern as refugees that they were actually afraid to go to sleep. Many of them believe in spirits and the supernatural. Due to their upbringing caused them to fight sleeping for fear of coming across some sort of demon in their dreams. However. The sleep deprivation may have put so much strain on their bodies a caused their sudden demise regardless sleep deprivation also increases the risk of sleep paralysis which explains why they thought. They saw demons and monsters in their dreams, and if you don't know with sleep paralysis is. It's terrifying disorder I guess you could call it. Where you are awake. But Asleep at the same time, you have no control of your body. But you're fully aware and conscious of everything around you. oftentimes, you hallucinate seeing either shadow figure a monster demon or something holding you down or just staring at you menacingly from across the room. Either way it's terrifying and you have no control over it. I'm not even sure how goes away and not sure how you get through it. But. All I know is that the symptoms are absolutely terrifying. It's important to know here that in the among culture people believed in nocturnal pressing spirit attacks. And they've ward them off with sacrifices and their belief in the ancestral spirit who protects them. By moving to the United States. However, they were no longer able to perform these rituals and the relocation leaving their guardian spirit behind thus, they were more prone to evil spirits attacking them especially in their sleep when they're the most vulnerable. All this makes sense if you have that belief system. Not Going to ruin your. Disbelief here, just a second and show you the real reason why? These people were dying suddenly in their sleep. It was years later that they discovered. There was an actual scientific reason for the nightmare deaths. Regatta Syndrome. It's genetic disorder in which there's an abnormal electrical activity within the heart. And it's the underlying cause. Research also discovered that it is disproportionately linked to individuals of South Eastern Asian descent. So that explains that, but the premise of dream demon lives on obviously with Freddy Kruger. and. The sudden deaths due obviously account four Freddy's powers Boyhood his appearance his persona. While according to Wes Craven, the decision was made to make him each held murderer as opposed to a child molester, which is what craven thought was the worst thing possible for human being to do. He changed it to murderer in order to avoid being accused of exploiting. The spat of the highly publicized child molestation cases in California. Further inspirations come from wes, Craven's childhood. From his school years. When encountered a bully? Also. There was a disfigured homeless man who had frightened him when he was eleven. And ultimately the pop song Dream Weaver by Gary Right all played roles in the creation. Of Freddy Krueger I would Kinda WanNa see this homeless man. I wanted meet this bully as well. I wonder if he ever got any credit for being like Freddy, it's important to note here that in an interview wes craven did. He noted of the disfigured stranger quote when I looked down, there was a man very much like Freddy walking along the sidewalk. He must've sense that someone was looking at him and stopped and looked right into my face. He scared the living daylights Outta me. So I jumped back into the shadows. I waited and waited to hear walkaway finally I thought he must have gone. So I stepped back to the window. The Guy was not only still looking at me, but he thrust his head forward as if to say, yes, I'm still looking at you. The man walked towards the apartment buildings entrance I ran through the apartment to our front doors US walking into our building on the lower floor. I, heard starting up the stairs. My brother, who is ten years older than me got a baseball bat and we went out into the corridor. But he was gone. It's experience like that can shape us as children growing up into adults. West Craven us that obviously for retreat of purpose. Something that traumatizing can stay with you and do.

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The FBI broke Apple’s iPhone encryption, but you shouldn’t panic

Mac OS Ken

05:37 min | 2 years ago

The FBI broke Apple’s iPhone encryption, but you shouldn’t panic

"Justice Department is still angry at Apple. You probably saw the stories yesterday that had Attorney General William bar announcing that the F. B. I was able to break into the phone of the. What's the word I'm looking for? Who Shot Up Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida? Killing three and wounding eight. According to a bar evidence on the phone ties this. What's the word I'm looking for to the terrorist group? Al-qaeda mission accomplished right. Well sure but how much easier would have been for the DOJ if apple had you know snuck him in the back way that had bar saying thanks to the great work of the FBI and no thanks to apple? We were able to unlock the individuals phones. The bottom line national security cannot remain in the hands of big corporations who but dollars over lawful access and public safety. The time has come for a legislative solution. The piece from the verge had bar saying Apple's decision has dangerous consequences for the public safety and the national security and is in my judgment unacceptable. Apples desire to provide privacy for its customers is understandable but not at all costs. There is no reason why companies like apple cannot design their consumer products and APPs to allow for court authorized access by law enforcement while maintaining very high standards of data security striking. This balance should not be left to corporate boardrooms in Grip Palooza Twenty Sixteen Magadan Gate. The twenty twenty addition. This is something the DOJ has wanted for years going so far as to sue apple back in two thousand sixteen when the FBI was having trouble breaking into iphone. Used by those. What's the word I'm looking for craven? Cowards who shot up an office in San Bernardino in late twenty fifteen eventually the FBI found a way N and they did this time too but you know had to work for it or spend money on it. Maybe the piece from Apple and CIDER on the issue points out that Rhodium which buys bats and sells exploits to law enforcement and other officials announced last week that it was done buying IOS exploits for a while because it has too many of them. But there Oughta be a law in the opinion of the Department of Justice that makes breaking into iphones like yours. Mine and everyone else's easier not everybody agrees quoting the C net piece tech companies including facebook and Google have argued that the same protection keeps millions of people safe from hackers and criminals and shield political dissidents and oppressive countries experts on encryption of also pointed out that if companies oblige and create lawful access that can only be used in criminal investigations. It would create a vulnerability that hackers could potentially exploit. Sounds like the same soup warmed over to the American civil liberties. Union and Gadget Had A. C. L. U. Senior Staff Attorney Brett Max Kaufmann responding to the comment saying every time there's a traumatic event requiring investigation into digital devices. The Justice Department loudly claims claims. It needs back doors to encryption and then quietly announces and actually found a way to access information without threatening the security and privacy of the entire world. The boy who cried. Wolf has nothing on the Agency. They cried encryption. Of course having been called out specifically apple took umbrage at the DOJ's portrayal was probably the part when G. Bar said no thanks to apple apple insider had apple responding to the DOJ's characterization after expressing in no uncertain terms how devastating and heinous last December's terrorist attack was apple pointed out that it began helping the FBI that day. According to the company statement we provided every piece of information available to US including cloud backups account information and transactional data for multiple accounts and we lent continuous and ongoing technical and investigative support to FBI offices in Jacksonville Pensacola and New York. Over the months. Since on this and many thousands of other cases we continue to work around the clock with the FBI and other investigators who keep Americans safe and bring criminals to justice as a proud American company apple continued. We consider supporting law enforcement. Important work our responsibility. The false claims made about our company or an excuse to weaken encryption and other security measures that protect millions of users and our national security. It is because we take our responsibility to national security so seriously that we do not believe in the creation of a back door one which will make every device vulnerable to bad actors who threaten our national security and the data security our customers. There is no such thing as a back door. Just for the good guy says apple and the American people do not have to choose between weakening encryption and effective investigations.

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The Emotional Eating When You're Stuck at Home

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

07:34 min | 2 years ago

The Emotional Eating When You're Stuck at Home

"I really thought it would be a good idea if we could just address how everybody is struggling with emotional eating being stuck at home. I think that seems to be a really common thread even people. I know that don't have problems with you. Know or issues with emotional eating are really feeling it or people who never thought about eating and eating the wrong things are saying that they're struggling and eating the wrong things. Have you noticed that? Yeah it's been the number one thing we're hearing in the community is people struggling with you know emotionally. It takes a lot of different forms whether it's stress eating or boredom eating or just feeling the uncertainty in wanting to eat But Yeah I've definitely been hearing from people that don't normally consider themselves emotional eaters that are just turning to food their home all the time. The food's right there well and also I think there is. It's more than psychological. I think it's physiological because I was doing some research because I myself have been craving things that I don't normally eat and the thought of eating things that eat a lot of like the thought of eating vegetables now and eating a lot of salads doesn't feel comforting to me and the thought of eating a piece of toast or if feels like a big hug and there is something that is real about that and the research shows that comfort foods are in fact comforting. So I I don't think our message right now can be to think about Avoiding all those things that might make you feel comfortable and more about how you can safely and in a healthy way incorporate some of those things into your life and then also move Gore and burn calories and get more exercise. I'm Jamie I know you and I were discussing the other day. How we've just been taking phone calls and walking during the phone yes. My Aunt Randy gave me that idea that any time the phone rings to just take pick up the call and go right outside and take a walk when we were even testing to this podcast. We can do this over the phone. She actually walked around the block to test. This this call here so yeah. She's doing that. Our our dog's to are wondering what's going on while we're getting walk so much because we walked twice a day now it used to just be once a day and I'm sure other dogs are getting walked all the time. Now I mean I think in general dogs are probably just excited. That the whole family's home kids are home. Everyone's home they think it's like everyday is Christmas now and I guess that's a good thing I mean like if you think about it I think throughout all of this something good there has to be a silver lining and I think this entire reset will have. People appreciating their families. More APPRECIATING THEIR FREEDOMS. More appreciate appreciating even just like a trip to starbucks Which feels like such a luxury feels like. It may never happen again. I think once we get back to normal. We'll appreciate everything just a little bit more totally agree and I think there's I think people are starting to the new normal is setting in look for opportunities you know. There's we have some extra time especially people that used to commute or people that aren't working at all it's like we're we're sort of forced to look at different ways to practice self care. I never walk outside and now it's like I kind of have to push myself to do that. Yeah and like I say self care. It's like I'm now exploring all of these beauty products that were just sitting on my counter and all these things like face masks and I've just been doing a lot more. I'm a little worried about what my nails are going to look like but I guess that would be my biggest problem right But stress heating is something that we should really dive into because Mike. Are you eating more peanut butter? I must now I think so. I think I'm putting more peanut butter and my morning peanut butter and Jelly shake that I make But I'm eating more suites like I'm not GonNa lie before we left Hungary land for for hopefully not ever did grab a couple of bags of like chocolate things that are no nobody else will eat. So I'm definitely eating more suites. You stole the chocolate. Basically those chocolate covered chick peas the dark chocolate ones. I'm the only one who likes them so I figure I'll take. Everybody likes those delicious. Absolutely not as dark chocolate one though. It's a safe thing you want to get into your car. Sneak back into Hungary with his empty. And it's a safe haven. You can go get all the chocolate and And for me it's not. It's not sweets and I was doing a little research yesterday. Also that basically found out that women really love sweet things and chocolate at its high on their list of comfort foods and for men. It's it's more. The savory like things like casseroles and meatloaf and Mac and cheese. I must be part mailed. Because that's what I crave like. I crave the savory and not the sweet flip-flop then because I'm craving sweets. Craven Savory goes that theory and crave it all I guess there are exceptions but again like for me the thing and I think I sound like brokered a broken record but like the thing that has been saving me is I have not strayed from my eating window and when I stop eating I stop eating and it makes me feel really great mentally to do that and you know it keeps me feeling. I feel hungry part of the time like I haven't eaten yet today and it's almost what is it's ten. Oh four but I stopped eating yesterday about five p m So it's definitely time for me to eat but I feel better about making that choice to eat a couple of slices of toast when I know. I'm not going to be eating at a certain time and keeping my calories in check and I am moving more I have been getting over twenty thousand steps a day. I'm proud to report. Wow I was just going to say my fifth broke and like I had one delivered instantly because I almost I was like I must calculate the same way that you have intermittent fasting as sort of like a boundary. That you set. That just just gives you something to keep you from going off the deep end for me. It's not eating sugar right now and sort of having that one thing like okay. Maybe my portions are getting a little bit bigger. Maybe I'm eating some things I wouldn't normally but having kind of one boundary to just keep it in check I think one of the things that that you and I talked about is a see. So much on social media with people saying you know it's okay to overeat these days. It's okay to eat all day long. It's okay to eat eat. Eat Eat and I think there's kind of like got to be a middle ground between being gentle with ourselves. This is an intense time. And we are. You know likely to look to food for comfort but also not enabling ourselves and really thinking about the fact that this isn't ending any time soon. So yeah overeat for two months straight or you know. I feel like there's a difference between thing gentle and accepting some comfort food but also not using this as an excuse or you know it's just I don't WanNa be unhealthy for two months. I know and like people have been saying to me that they can't control it at all and like even if if setting a boundary like stopping at a certain time and starting at a certain time is too strict for some people. Maybe they can do the like one or two days a week that they allow themselves to have certain things in the other days. They're they're more sticking to their plan. Because I think the biggest problem people have is that snowball effect like one day turns into two days. Two days turns into three days which turns into a week in a month and then people give

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How scientists quantify the intensity of an outbreak like coronavirus and its pandemic potential

WSJ What's News

01:41 min | 2 years ago

How scientists quantify the intensity of an outbreak like coronavirus and its pandemic potential

"The corona virus outbreak peaked after Chinese authorities expanded the diagnostic criteria yesterday leading to a higher number of officially reported cases. There are new concerns about how will know when the outbreak is at its high point. A key factor in determining this will be something called the basic reproduction number. It's written as r zero and pronounced are not essentially. It's an estimate of how many healthy people one contagious person will. In fact our numbers columnist. Joe Craven McGinty has more the are not number for the corona virus is anywhere from one point five to three point five or central estimate of two point six and what that means is that any person who becomes infected is likely to infect between one and a half to three and a half other individuals or an average of two point six. It's not unlike seasonal flu which has an are not of two or three but in the case of seasonal flu. Of course we have vaccines so it's not so much. The are not in this case that what is coming into play. Here is the fact that we haven't encountered this virus previously. Joe Says Right now surveillance in China is probably only picking up anywhere from ten to twenty five percent of infections so to control the virus. They need to get the transmissions down to one person who's infected giving the virus to no more than one other person hopefully not even one other person but to get to that point if the virus is spreading as they suspect they estimate that more than sixty percent of transmissions need to be blocked to control the virus.

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Pompeo's Letter Is the Trump Administration's Opening Salvo of Obstruction

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

12:56 min | 3 years ago

Pompeo's Letter Is the Trump Administration's Opening Salvo of Obstruction

"Let's start with what we know about. Mike Pompeo the more and more we're starting to see here. It is is quite clear that we are headed to a a full blown impeachment possibly not just against the president they are stonewalling. They are we now have pompeo subpoenaed for documents Giuliani Subpoena for documents the failure to provide these documents now and this is what the differences with impeachment as opposed to normal proceedings they have written in the context of this subpoena but failure to produce produce under these circumstances will be regarded as evidence of obstruction and will constitute obstruction action in the context of impeachment. They are simply declaring it. Remember this is not this is a political a political process not a criminal or judicial. One and Congress is simply saying you do not provide us this material. It will be a count of obstruction and it will be obstruction it. They could launch impeachment proceedings against Pompeii. Oh they could do it against bill bar and it feels like every day there's more and more the evidence to substantiate an impeachment proceedings against both of them. Here's Palm Peyot two weeks ago two weeks ago now. Maybe this wasn't this Sunday. Oh yeah wait it. Was this Sunday wasn't it. I'm sorry sorry I'm confused because today's Wednesday here he is on this week with Martha. Raddatz on Sunday right this is with Martha got it and here he is. He's completely bewildered about this whole call thing do they call will return to this whistle blower complaint mister secretary the complained involving the president and a phone call with the foreign leader to the director of National Intelligence Inspector General. That's where the complaint was lodged by the whistleblower. The Wall Street Journal is reporting the president trump pressed the president of Ukraine eight times to work with Rudy Giuliani to investigate Joe Biden son. What do you know about those conversations so you just gave me a report report about IC whistle blow compaign none of which I've seen I can tell you about this administration's policies with Ukraine. I remember the previous administration was begged begged by the Ukrainian people to deliver defensive arms so that they can protect themselves from Vladimir Putin and Russia and they gave them blankets. This administration took seriously the responsibility of grain and people. We've provided now on multiple occasions resources so that the Ukrainians can defend themselves. We've worked on that. We Are we're working. We'll see presence Alinsky this week. We want a good relationship with let me read something freedom and independence but you know nothing about this but let me let me let me ask ask you this question. Ukrainian presidential read out of the conference conversation said they discussed quote investigation of corruption cases which inhibited the interaction between between Ukraine and the US say the president tweeted Saturday was perfectly fine and respectful conversation. Do you think it's perfectly fine to ask foreign leader to investigate a political opponent. I think I saw statement from the Ukrainian. Foreign Minister yesterday said there was no pressure applied in the course of the conversation I I I do think I do think if President Biden behaved inappropriately fee was protecting his son and intervened with the Ukrainian leadership in a way that was corrupt. I do think we need to get to the bottom of that. Martha within I I hope that we will. I hope that Vice President Biden engaged in behavior that was appropriate. I hope the American people will come to learn that we've seen Matt Matt have interfered with America cannot have our elections interfered with and if that's what took place there if there was that kind of activity engaged in by Vice President Biden. We need to know Oh. There's no evidence of that yet but if the conversation was perfectly fine as president trump said why not release the transcript or a portion to the public the white hustle have to explain I mean I think we've this was this was it must have been a week a week from last Sunday. There's two weeks ago and there's Mike pompeo seemingly no awareness of this call whatsoever. You didn't even have time to read the whistle blower complaining just heard a report about the whistle missile blower complaint he did though put a clue in there because it wasn't just about Joe Biden in Hunter Biden's corruption. This phone call was not just about that that we should say and we'll we'll discuss the the the lack of corruption that exists there I mean at least in terms of Joe Biden's perspective but they are now pursuing another theory that is Obama Gate or Hillary Gate that the Ukrainians were the ones who actually actually interfered with the election but tried to frame the Russians. This is the stuff that's going on now in the fevers this gateway pundit stuff and there's Mike pompeo trying to push that narrative on ABC television last week. This is what they've been up to but we'll get back to that meantime. Here's Mike Pompeo yesterday in Italy conceding that well actually I was on that phone. Call was on the phone. Call was on the phone call. The phone call was in the context of now. I guess I've been secretary state for coming on a year and a half I know precisely what the American policy with respect to Ukraine remarkably consistent and we will continue to try a to drive those set of outcomes. It's what our team included. Including Ambassador Volker or focused on was taken down the threat that Russia poses there in Ukraine it was about helping the Ukrainians to get graft out corruption outside of their government a- and to help now this new government in the Ukraine build a successful thriving economists what State Department officials that is basically that was his way of. I mean he listened. Easy is smart guy went to Harvard knows how to Filibuster knows how to bury the lead. I was on the phone call but because and then here's a bunch of filler. Essentially that's basically the the story they're going with now. I imagine most people by I now know that the Hunter Biden situation the Joe Biden was over there telling the Ukrainian they get rid of your prosecutor because the prosecutor was not pursuing corruption and there was a hideous amount of corruption there it also happens to be the case that Hunter Biden is not exactly a you know. He's he's sort of the George Bush the family. He's a fell son. Can I right. I just add to this a little bit. I mean so to be really specific about what you're saying. The reason it is exculpatory. I think there's a broader critique here in two ways but the reason it specifically Komo can specific conspiracy theory does not stand is that this energy company is a Russian aligned oligarch who was was gonna who sort of represented the Russian aligned order he got Hunter Biden on with the sort of clear desire to win favor with the Obama Administration and what Biden did was basically fire a prosecutor who was aligned with this guy and not all for the firing right call for the firing so so basically the reason that this specific threat of the story is nonsense. Is that in that specific action. He's contradicting his son's interest to the frankly I mean it's you know it's pretty irrelevant. His son makes a payday either way right. Let the conspiracy theory is exactly backwards. He's going up against what the sun is hired to do. However I mean it's actually sort of an interesting drama where the dad comes in and the wayward son. Is there and he tries to undercut the wayward sons interests or even. It doesn't matter like hey son. You got your payday. We're still going to do this anyways. You know either way we win and I would say that serious. You know I wouldn't take I do think you know structurally when the US talks about corruption other countries even when they're right that is a harbinger of our own interests and energy companies. We want to advocate for so there's there's a broader critique as well as just even hunter getting the job to begin with but that's specific conspiracy is contradicted by all evidence of what happened. The hunter thing is more of a generic type of corruption. That seems to exist everywhere whether it's like you know Chelsea Clinton. I'm getting hired by. NBC or Abby Huntsman for that matter or you know Billy Carter going around and trying to sell off access to advil yeah. Billy Carter was cool though I feel bad for him because he didn't have family sign off. He's just trying to Qaddafi May. Why do you always get all the credit read it. I don't get the sense that hunter necessarily has family sign off too. I think this guy get family sign off from his brother to sorry what's that you don't know that story about the net. It's been a lot of things I did without family sign-off man hey my brother died. What's up sauter her but the trump people the trump people are always going to be angrier at these coastal elites and it's like normal corruption and this kind of nepotism. It's just accepted as the way of things than they are at trump's open and craven corruption and I mean look because they're like well. At least he's not pretending that he doesn't have mud on him right but the the bottom line is is that this type of corruption exists in every facet of society. I'm not making apologies for it but I mean you know you grow up in you know we. I I went to go see concerts in high school because my girlfriend's dad was on the Civic Center Commission. You know it's like Whoa Whoa Whoa. I think you just showed yourself here. They might need to take the rest of the week off Sam. I gotcha flow deep corruption but I I mean of course this is true and of course the stakes of the the cranium energy business are deeper than basically hunter gets the job promises yeah. I'll get dad well. He shows up at the loss he also got. MBNA lobbying thing right at the same time as dad was pushing through the bankruptcy bill he was on the board of something the board of the Amtrak Amtrak which is basically a trade expert bro Brothers wives. I just think that come into an Amtrak board way would family members everywhere and some are incentivized to do this stuff and helped out more more than others but nevertheless meanwhile as Mike Pompeo heads it's to Rome apparently Seb Gorka gets on the plane with him because someone has to go now understand the here's the point one of the reasons why impeachment was so necessary in which I was saying for months. Was that there you you can't just basically run out the clock and it -ssume that there's just GonNa be this vacuum that remains there while all all this is going on. It's quite clear the trump administration bill bar Mike pompeo have been actively involved involved in trying to not only undercut the Muller investigation. Remember the molar investigation to over. They're undercutting the entire

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"craven" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"craven" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"We have a Congress to Craven to act a democracy not up to the task that favors those who can pay for access and influence and out comes the complicity in the silence of those were in positions of public trust that's exactly what has happened here in this country in his wife even take them seriously I mean only pulled into the you are not believable as a human on this planet this is to crave it looks like that Congress is to quit oh my gosh and I'd say it was that Robert Francis rewards speech writer him is he is speed of a put there this is bill reboot maybe now I need the delivery boy you're supposed to sound more presidential so I will use words like raven I these cell on this side of of things that you need to be taken seriously like the BDS movement to either way we're talking about the situation with Israel banning banning the two BDS supporters in Congress the two strongest Omar and to lead from from going over the weather not snow it's really good idea now if you're talking about from a political perspective yeah I'm probably is something that the is it plays well here in the states but the one they big concern I have about this we have a a case of taking a look at the issue rather than the implications I'm Brian by then for the gray one Markel van and one of the things I talk about is the premise of the premise of anything is balls anything built on it is to we have a real all all use a a word that's not necessarily as obscure as Craven but dearth we have a dearth of analytical thought that takes place in this country and also constitutional understanding that goes into play with a hundred ninety five countries around the world we have twenty twenty that have essentially true freedom of expression where you can say most things in in without having to worry about going to jail hi bill worse as the case may be that's how many right I mean that's pretty big deal pretty big deal if someone were started talking to the countries including the most important when it comes to praise freedom of expression hours we start talking about an effort to limit the freedom of expression even if it's an issue that the president is absolutely right about even if it's an issue the present prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is absolutely right about what are the implications it will be taking a look at a situation where whom ever the next Democrat is that's present decides they want to start empathizing with our foreign adversaries or our friends policy positions based on freedom of expression who made visit a particular country based upon freedom of expression whether or not we might be welcome in a particular state due to freedom of expression one things are number several years ago Cuomo I also known as Alfredo right that I am just back from overseas by pretty sure that he's early right now anyway so you know that's the other Cuomo Kitty Kitty CNN so governor Cuomo us several years ago New York but the other freedom he ended up by saying that you know any any if you believe I if you do not believe in a woman's right to choose you are not welcome in New York it was something to that effect I will never forget being amazed at just here you have governor won the largest states in a country that is saying if you do not see the world the way I do on the issue of abortion you don't have no business being here what was interesting day is that that was so over I remember what my wife and I were technology and making a visit too wide to Cooperstown I'm big Braves fan I grew up in suburban Atlanta and other it was one day a few years ago when you had some the Braves are being inducted we're taking a look at going up to Cooperstown he he end up saying.

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Why Do Some People Eat Dirt?

BrainStuff

06:17 min | 3 years ago

Why Do Some People Eat Dirt?

"Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel. Von here in gas stations and flea markets. All around the southeastern United States, you can find packets or boxes containing crumbles whiteclay in Kenya. You can buy reddish dirt on the street formed into little pellets that look like baby carrots in Uganda. You can buy Yankee doodle brands dirt at the grocery store, a website called earth's. Klay store sells Klay from all over the world and ships them right to your home. But what are you supposed to do with it? When it gets to you. Well, you eat it. You might have a vague sense that you've heard of people eating dirt before pregnant women. Maybe pica is the overarching term for craving and eating things that are not food in the sixth century, see the physician Flavius Asia's noticed people sticking nonfood items in their mouths the way that Magpies pica in Latin pick up random objects in their beaks e figured these people had entirely indiscriminate appetites for just any old thing and termed the behavior after the magpie. It turns out pica is kind of misnomer because pica cravings are actually very specific though. According to the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders or DSM. It includes a range of behaviors some people crave paperclips, batteries or coins. These potentially dangerous cravings are considered by the DSM to be actual disorders. But pica can also include cravings for Ross starch that's amylase g ice, that's pathogen and dirt. That's geology. Geology is one form of pica found an almost every country in the world. We spoke with Sarah young assistant, professor in the department of anthropology at Northwestern University. She said I was surprised when I first saw it. I was studying pregnant women nog Raphy in Zanzibar. And I asked a woman what she ate when she's pregnant, and incidentally, she said every day, I take earth from this wall and eat it. I was just learning. Sahelian was pretty good at it. But I really didn't think I was understanding correctly. My research assistant was like, yeah. You heard right. Young ended up writing her PHD dissertation on geology and winning the Margaret Mead award in twenty thirteen for her book craving earth, which detailed her research about geology practices worldwide in her research. Young tracked down medical literature historical texts research on animal behavior soil science in parasitology and came to the conclusion that there are four possible explanations. As to why people eat dirt. The most common longest running take on geology is that there's no good reason for it that it's a pathology. It's an aspirin behavior of some unknown origin, young explained, the racism sexism and classism behind that simplistic, take, quote, it's the women they know not what they do explanation. It was basically white men writing about this for the past few hundred years, and it was dismissed as abberant we can refute this. There are so many species of animals that go to great risk to get clan. Charcoal like the coldest monkey that steals charcoal from villagers, but even so we know very little about geology because for centuries. Scientists were stubbornly lacking curiosity about it. When scientists did start looking into it, the first hypothesis they came up with to explain why hundreds of thousands of people worldwide craven eat dirt is that. There must be something useful in the clay micronutrients of some kind young said the mother nature's multivitamin explanation is a really intuitive one. But. Fortunately, it doesn't really shake out for starters. Although the Klay her study participants in Zanzibar were eating was tinged with red indicating iron content investigations into whether that iron could be absorbed and used by the body came up empty, plus according to young people generally prefer whiter Klay. If you give geologist to the option of snacking on Georgia, white Kaelin or the reddish clay found on men's bar. They'll almost always pick the white Kaelin, which does not contain iron. So we turn to another hypothesis could hurt provide protection from germs the explanation that eating dirt somehow an immune system boost might not make sense on the surface. After all we're supposed to stay away from dirt wash our hands cleaner, close take off our shoes when we enter the house, but clay face masks can draw germs and oils and dead cells from your skin, and they're made of dirt. Right. According to young eating clay might collect stuff inside of the gut similar to how a mud mask collect stuff from your face. But why would somebody need an intestinal mud mask? The answer is protection from pathogens and harmful compounds many harmful microorganisms and compounds can enter your body via the things you eat. You digest the food and it's absorbed through the wall of your intestine and into your bloodstream, but lots of potentially harmful stuff can get to his in this way to Klay may stimulate the mucous membranes on the surface of your guts to create more mucus, thus forming a sort of protective barrier against those pathogens and compounds young said, it can also bind with whatever harmful thing you're eating for example, in the Andes people eat wild potatoes, which contain these toxic chemicals called glencoe alkaloids. But after they dip the potatoes in clay, they become safe to eat. But while eating clay might protect from pathogens and harmful chemicals, which is especially important in pregnant women. There's something of Goldilocks principle at play here. You want to shield yourself from the harmful stuff, but you also don't want to protect yourself from the nutrients you need, for example, if you eat a steak that's full of both bioavailable iron and pathogens. But you eat clay at the same time. The iron could also become bound by the clay and wouldn't be absorbed by your gut, although the claim might be protecting you from pathogens to some extent. It's also preventing you from absorbing the nutrients the fourth hypothesis for why people eat dirt or clay is that it might help nausea vomiting and diarrhea by coating stomach after all a number of anti-diarrhea treatments. Have Kaylynn in them. Kaelin puts the KO in kopech tape. Though, the reasons for geology are still rather mysterious young stresses that it's far more common than we realize partially because of those old stigmas against it. Young said people don't like to talk about it or admit it when I'm doing ethnic, graphic interviews. I always ask how much earth do eat instead of do you eat earth? Because so many people have sworn they don't eat it. And later told me that they do, but they lied because I didn't want you to think I was

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Republican Leaders Sneak Support for Yemen War Into Farm Bill

Pod Save America

02:32 min | 3 years ago

Republican Leaders Sneak Support for Yemen War Into Farm Bill

"The Saudis viewed this as a proxy for their ongoing constant war with Iran. So I mean, first of all we just give a shout out to some of the senators who have been fighting for this. Chris Murphy, Mike, Lee, Bernie Sanders. They're the ones who really been pushing this Bill to withdraw US military aid for Saudi Arabia's worn Yemen. It's the first time the Congress's ever agreed to pull US forces from conflict under the War Powers Act, the big deal, and it also include included this provision that blamed Mohammed bin Salman for kashogi death. So again, like important Bill. Good good for them for fighting for. This Paul Ryan is just going out with like craven act after craven act. He Snuka provision into the farm Bill that blocked votes on Yemen related. War Powers resolutions for the remainder of the. Congress. Why did he do this? You ask. What does this have to do with the farm Bill? The answer is he's a Solis human being because it has nothing to do with the farm Bill. He knew that the farm bills is big piece of business that has all these subsidies for agricultural individuals, like food assistance like snap benefits and put members in a tough political position where you have to say choosing against you know, this Yemen vote or American farmers like that was the messaging so infuriatingly seven Democrats were not in town or abstained from the vote in five Democrats voted with Paul Ryan took her tail debate on the provision Jim cost of California a loss in a Florida Collin Peterson.

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Broncos coach Vance Joseph on Chris Harris' injuries

Rush Limbaugh

01:09 min | 4 years ago

Broncos coach Vance Joseph on Chris Harris' injuries

"Banged up. Chris junior split reported with a broken fibula any any update on him. And and also, Derek Wolfe and Josie Joel Christmas break in his lower leg. So we'll see about him moving forward on Monday. And Tuesday, we value with him wolf. He's got a little bit of a rib rip issue. He should be okay along with rest, but obvious losing Chris for a game or even two games is Hughes for defense. But hey, you know, we have to bounce back next man up and we have to move on. Listen, you guys have won three straight. And again, you've talked about winning one game at a time. You've got five games left. The next one is is San Francisco. I would guess you've got to really liked the mindset of your team right now. I do I do, you know, our our team heaven flinched in about a month. Okay. So whatever happens on the field. No one we lost three starter. Today on defense. We've got five I'll total no one's flinching is a guy winning and played at a high level sort of sewer Craven's Justin Simmons plate nickel for today's flinched the coaching staff didn't flinch, and that's been the way we played David last month and a half. Yeah. Congratulations. Thank you very much. That's head. Coach Vance Joseph brought to us by Ameristar

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This Week in Nerd

Talk Nerdy to Me

04:52 min | 4 years ago

This Week in Nerd

"One com books. Everybody was buying September. Let's go through the top ten for September twenty. Eighteen top the list. We have return of wolverine number one for marvel. Comics number two heroes in crisis. Number one from DC doomsday clock number seven comes in at number three from DC. Number four is Batman. Number fifty, five DC number five is Batman damned. Number one from DC. I'm kinda surprised that one wasn't higher is sold out everywhere. People are still clamoring to get it in. It's going for high prices on EBay number six, Batman, number fifty. Four number seven, Daniels legacy number one number eight. Fantastic. Four number two. Number nine, amazing Spiderman. Number six, followed up by amazing Spiderman number five at the ten spot. So you can see his pretty evenly distributed between marvel and DC in the top ten, we don't see our first image. Comic until number fifty, eight oblivion song by Kirkman. So it's not even Walking Dead. Are you still in comics, the marvel character air by loves the hate, no, not cyclops. The other one name more. Yeah, name more is back. He's he's always been kind of a prick. Now he's tired of everybody invading the oceans. He's decided he's going instead of invading the land like he has in the past with invasion and flooding Manhattan. He's decided he's just going to kick everybody who doesn't live in the ocean Audi ocean. He has formed a little group called defenders of the deep named Moore's defenders. Deep are made up of characters like tiger shark, orca and drama is some other characters. In this picture. The I'm not quite sure who they are not been named yet. Name more begins his agenda in avengers number nine, he shows he's not above murderers you since his sharks out to eat Stingray. They more is pretty formidable by himself. He can take on the avengers with no help whatsoever. But now the. He has some allies with the vendors of the deep. The oceans are going to be a scarier place. Let's talk about the venom movie from Sony. I. I, it was a good movie. It just was not a venom movie. This character characterization of venom was not what I know from the comics completely changed. His personality demeanor didn't stop people from going to the theaters and watching it Benedict the top spot for the second week in a row, the box office, it beat out of stars born, which is no easy task since it is getting a lot of Oscar buzz. Venom is earned. Almost thirty two million dollars for second weekend, putting in at around two hundred forty, four million worldwide. That is pretty good for a movie that the critic said, pants saying that it was going to fell miserably. This is why I don't listen to critics, but as I said, it's a great movie. Just not a venom movie. Sony is also working on a movie for craven the hunter. This one though will have appearance, my spider man since it's going to be based on Craven's last hunt. If you've read that story line, it's great storyline. Craven has taken down. Every major thing that he can hunt except for Spiderman a, he sets his sights on the web Slinger. They're putting out the third installment to what I consider the greatest superhero trilogy. A lot of people at flies under the radar, the unbreakable or east row one, seven, seven series. This is the unbreakable series by m night Shyamalan starring Bruce Willis as David Dunn, where he finds out that he actually has superpowers, he finds this out because Mr. glass allies. Your price is on the opposite side of spectrum. He's very frail and you know, the wind will break his bones. The second series is split with James McEvoy mcevoy's character, Kevin Crump has multiple personalities, and one of those is the beast which is a super powered crazy primal being in glass. The third of that trilogy all three allies. Your price Kevin Cronin. David done are all on the same mental. Institution. Allies, your price being the mastermind Mr. glass. He convinces Kevin Crump to bring the beast forward and they use him to escape David done. Being the good guy breaks out in his trying to hunt him down.

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