35 Burst results for "Culture"
Amber Athey: Are Lefties Changing Their Position on the Vaccine?
"A few not a lot and when I act like it's a huge tidal wave but it's enough of a murmur now that starting to build but hey there may be some real problems with this thing I don't know if you're seeing the same thing I'm like I'm on social media all day you know out there looking for stories for the show and doing show prep And I'm even starting to see it now where I say again it's a small group I don't want to be dramatic but the Lyanna wins of the world than others He's left these who are like eh maybe we shouldn't have done what we did with vax and the masks and other stuff I think the culture is changing a little bit Your thoughts on that Yeah I've seen that a little bit What is kind of concerning is the amount of people who still want to deny what's in front of them For example there was this I think she was a CNN anchor who was talking about how she developed myocarditis but claimed that she got it from a cold I mentioned didn't even mention the fact that she had been vaccinated and that could have potentially been the cause of this It was because she had a normal seasonal cult And she somehow got myocarditis from it And you'll see cases of athletes falling down on the field having heart attacks out of nowhere there's some of the healthiest people in the world And the media stories act like the vaccine is not looming over all of these questions And it just further undermines of course the credibility of them and of the public health establishment But I'm glad to see that some people are starting to get there But at the same time it's too late because you already mandated millions of people to get these things otherwise they would be fired or kicked out of the military or threatened with basically social ruin and a couple of years later now these people if they're going to get sick from the vaccine it's to let you can't purge your system of the vaccine So the damage is already done at this point
Australia's new $5 note won't feature King Charles - CNN
"Australia's facing the British monarchy out of its currency. I'm Ben Thomas with the latest. Australia's Central Bank says King Charles the third will not be on the new $5 bill. Instead, a new indigenous design will replace the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, the reserve bank says to move honors the culture and history of the first Australians. The $5 bill was Australia's only remaining banknote to still feature an image of the monarch. However, King Charles is still expected to appear on coins. Opposition leader Peter dutton panned the move likening
A Primer on Ordinal Inscriptions, AKA Bitcoin NFTs
"All right guys, so for the last week or so, the Bitcoin world has been totally wrapped up in a debate around ordinal inscriptions. It's a sort of NFT native to Bitcoin that is bringing up a huge number of questions and debates. Some of those questions relate to technical aspects of Bitcoin stemming from taproot and SegWit updates. Some of those questions are about security and the fee market. Some of those questions are about decentralization and the viability of running nodes. Some of those questions are cultural questions of legitimate versus illegitimate uses of the blockchain. It is, in short, extremely interesting. And what I'm going to try to do today is give you the primer and the broad strokes of these various debates. Now, inevitably there is going to be too much for one show, but we'll do the best we can. So let's start with what the hell we're talking about. On January 20th, Bitcoin developer Casey rotter tweeted, inscriptions are finally ready for Bitcoin mainnet. Inscriptions are like NFTs, but are true digital artifacts to centralized immutable always on chain and native to Bitcoin. He expanded upon this in a blog post, writing, inscriptions or digital artifacts native to the Bitcoin blockchain. They're created by inscribing sats with content using ORD or ord, and can be viewed with the ordinals explorer. They do not require a separate token a sidechain or changing Bitcoin. Inscriptions are created by including content like an image text SVG or HTML in an inscription transaction. The content is included in the transaction witness, which normally contains signatures and other data proving that a transaction is authorized. When mind, the inscription is made on the first side of the first output of the transaction. Permanently an inexorably marking it distinguishing it from its fellows. It is no longer just a sat, it is an intertwined component of the long and confusing tale that is human art and culture.
'The Roaming Millennial' Lauren Chen Discusses the Culture Wars
"You had a show on CRT called roaming millennial on censored, got to ask you because there's a little bit of a difference in age between us. Where are we in the effort to win the culture war or just to convince people of the veracity of our arguments when it comes to freedom of speech, individual liberty, when it concerns the millennial generation? Is the Biden administration making it worse or better? Are there chinks in the armor of the ideology of the left? Would you give us a situation report of how you see things? Well, the way I see things, especially when compared to maybe ten years ago, is that the average person, the average person is a lot more aware of what the progressive far left stands for. And they're a lot more opposed to it. I think over the past two, three years, people have just gotten tired of the idea that if you don't use someone's preferred pronouns, you're basically a big, guilty of hate speech. I think people are tired of cancel culture where you can be fired from your job for supporting the wrong president or voting for the wrong politician. So if you talk to the everyday person, I think the right has made a lot of headway in terms of the culture war in terms of letting people know that this is what the left stands for. These are not Christian morals. These are not American morals. I mean, if they had their way, it would be open borders, drag queens, and elementary schools. And the average person, guess what does not support that. However, where things are concerning is that over the same time period, ten years, while I think the left has lost a lot of goodwill among the general population, they have simultaneously really established a stronghold in most institutions. And I think while we're seeing the average person get tired of the left and start to push back against a lot of this left wing propaganda, we are also seeing that these woke stars, these activists have really planted themselves in positions of power, whether that's government, Hollywood, you name it. I mean,
Kira Davis: Previewing the New Book 'Drawing Lines'
"Book why did you write the book What's it about And why should the audience pick it up Yeah well we talk about this a lot about the need to really be standing up in the culture And as you know in your audience knows I ran for school board this last fall I didn't win but I was prompted because I had just had enough for me it was the CRT stuff You know as a black mother raising black kids I was like I'm really not comfortable with how this is being forced into our schools I feel that it's really damaging not just to the whole community but to my children as black Americans I just think it's a really damaging anti American philosophy And then the transgender stuff came along and I thought I've got to do something but I was listening to conservative complaining and talking about how well the progressives they own the culture They own media They own Hollywood and look what they did to us in 2020 and we're just sick of losing it Everybody's complaining and so few people are standing and I thought to myself one day I was just like annoyed you know damn that was just a noise And I wrote this column when I was like you know what everybody is need to stop complaining and you need to decide right now that you're going to get uncomfortable I ended up turning that column into this book drawing lines And the whole book is about I break down all of what I consider the most major issues in the culture today And that's how people look I know you don't want to get uncomfortable I get that You want to be liked by your neighbors You want to be liked by the parents of your kids Friends You don't want tension at work We all get that But unfortunately we are not in a time of peace The progressive left has decided that unity means erasing one side of the conversation totally And they almost got there after 2020
The Plight of Men Lacking Fathers in Their Lives
"To say that, you know, this is as basic as it gets in the Bible. But this is not only for Jews. This is not only for white people. This is not, this is central. The ideas of the Bible are for every human being. And this idea of the blessing, this biblical idea is God's idea, and when I think just the other day, I was talking on my program about the plight of African American men and how at the heart of the dysfunction in that community. And the rates of crime at the heart of it all is the lack of the father. Broken families. People usually don't have the guts to talk about that Barack Obama had the guts for three minutes and then Jesse Jackson attacked him and he backed way off. There was an historic opportunity. He backed off. Daniel Patrick moynihan talked about this in the 60s. This was a liberal from New York, liberal senator, he brought this up, studies show. This was in the 60s. So this is at the heart of reality. If you want to deal with the problems in culture, you need to bless men. You need father figures to bless young men when you do not have that, the trouble that ensues is infinite. It is everywhere and we are seeing that. So
Black People Add a Lot of Value to This Country
"Know the interesting thing is that I am one of the only people there to say the stuff that I'm saying. And I don't say it because I hate like some people come to me and say, because you hate black people. It's like, no, I care because I think black people add a lot of value to this country. And I think that black people have a lot of things that they've accomplished already in this country and they had, you know, black culture, not the degenerate culture, but black culture is, you know, one of the best additions to America and there's a lot of good when I was growing up. There was a lot of good even in the hood. But just the BS overshadowed it. And a lot of people that had great talent, great, you know, they had a lot of things that could have gone for them, but they never made it. And the reason they never made it because, you know, I would argue that they didn't have anybody that will keep it real with them. And tell them, hey man, let me tell you how to make it in life. You can't walk around with Japan sagging. First of all, I look stupid. Second of all, that's not the best version of yourself. That's not gonna make any sense for you to do that, because people begin to judge you. And are they inappropriate and judging you? No, I don't think so, 'cause half of the people say any pants are gang members and thugs. So you don't want that reputation. Let me show you how to win in life.
Eric Adams: Tyre Nichols Case Is Still Subject to Racial Scrutiny
"Here's the mayor of New York City. Here's mayor Eric Adams also happens to be a black man. Listen to his takeaway on racism involving the death of Tyree Nichols. Okay, well, let me ask you the chief CJ Davis. In my interview with her, she said that all the officers being black, it takes race off the table. Do you agree with that? No, no, I don't. I think that I understand what the chief of shit saying, and I think she really handled this situation in a very professional way. She moved swiftly. She was sure that those officers were removed from the department. She took all the necessary steps, but I think racist still on the table when a culture of police and historically has treated her those from different groups differently of even when the individuals are from that same group that culture can still exist and we have to zero in on it, being honest about it and making sure that we properly train police for the realities of the city that they are policing in. Yeah, don't take that off the table, mayor Eric Adams said to Don lemon on CNN. No, no, no, no, no, don't take race has got to be on the table. Race is very much a part of this. Okay, well, good to know that black Americans are capable of being racist too. Just like the, just like all of us,
German Stock Exchange Boerse Stuttgarts Digital Business Gets New Boost
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Joseph Backholm Presents a Hilarious New Card Game, 'Wokelandia'
"Story, Joseph back home? Yeah. Well, thanks, Eric. And I'm a Washington state native. That's really where I have come from. Graduated from the University of Washington went to law school there at Seattle university, which is a Jesuit school, but it's just a secular, as the University of Washington ever was during my time there. And when you grow up in that environment in Washington state, which I think most people understand is a pretty secular, left leaning place. It's kind of a wilderness for those of us who are biblical conservatives. And I ended up running a social conservative nonprofit advocacy group there in Washington state for ten years. And so I was part of a lot of the current debates around marriage and gender. And so I really, you know, U dub, the University of Washington really kind of initiated me into how a world that I wasn't raised in thinks, but then I really got to spend a lot of time in I work in the legislature there that around the legislature for a long time. And it really is kind of these culture war issues as we describe them and I still get to talk to them. I talk about them a lot as worldview issues. So I do think they are deadly serious in the sense that I think ideas matter a lot, which is why we talk about them and why worldview matters in the way we think. But the game that has been created is an attempt. It's a satirical game to be sure, but it has a very serious point to help people understand kind of the insanity of this world where truth doesn't matter the most important thing about you is things that are superficial that can change. What can change? What can't change about you? We tried to illustrate kind of what the rules of wokeness are. But it really is this kind of evolution that I've been through of kind of learning. How does this world think? And how do we understand it? Not just to make fun of it, but so that we can, that we can respond to lies with truth.
John Eastman: Cancel Culture Is Going on the Deep End
"I'm just going to throw it out there John what do you make of this Well Mark it's funny The cancel culture is now gone off the deep end It is now the rigor that anybody that dared challenge the election And only one election only 2020 You know you can continue to challenge the 2016 election You continue to engage in actual fraud making up a Russia hoax without any consequence at all But if you actually bring to bear evidence that everybody in the country saw with their own eyes then you're somehow a threat to the republic and unfit to be a lawyer in this country This is the standard that they're now setting And it is deeply troubling Quite apart from the consequences to me personally it is deeply troubling to me that our system of justice would even allow such a step to be taken
A Prayer to Combat Unhealthy Comparison
"If we compare Jesus ministry against the world's via success, most would consider him a failure. Jesus had only 12 disciples, all of which deserted him when he was arrested to be crucified. Matthew 26 56. He was accused of breaking the law by the most esteemed rollers and leaders in his culture. And he doubted death reserved for our criminal naked and exposed on a wooden crossbow people spit on him. Matthew 26 67, 27, 35. Nothing about his ministry screamed success. Then he was raised to life and ascended to heaven leave him behind, sick, unhealed, and lost people to be ministered to by his rebellious misfit group of disciples. Luke 24 51. Nothing thwarted Christ's obedience to the father. He knew his ministry was not a failure despite how it looked when held up against the world's stipulations for success. The greatest thing I admire about the leaders as serve alongside at my church is the way they continuously point me and the people they lead back to Jesus. So yes, let's learn what we can from the great leaders that surround us and the people got places in our lives, but less guard against using others as a benchmark of our success. God has uniquely placed a calling on each of our lives. We don't have to compare or compete with others to hear well done. We only need to be faithful. What looks like a failure when comparing ourselves to others, just may be the greatest thing we accomplished for the kingdom. For that reason, we have to keep our ads fixed on Jesus. Let's pray. Jesus. Thank you for the people in our lives who grow, shape, and sharpness into your image. Lord, I know you created us to teach one another and learn from each other. Jesus forgive us when we cross the line by trying to find our worth best sizing ourselves up to others. And what the world defines a successful. You alone are the source of our worth. And you loved us so much that while you were dying a gruesome death for us, you considered the joy of being with God in your children forever in heaven to help you endure. Lord, I pray you would give us wisdom to see when the things you call us to don't look like success in this life. Lord remind us and give us the strength to keep our ads fixed on you. In Jesus name. Amen.
Caller: How Do You Stand up to People Who Don't Care to Listen?
"My question to you is how do you fight back stand up against a group of people that doesn't care what your opinion is, they don't want to hear what you have to say, what they say goes. How do you stand up against that? Well, it's hard. It's certainly not easy, Joe, but you've got to, you know, for example, here in Memphis with the city council about to consider changing the name of park. You got to get down to city council meeting. You got to write your name down so you can get up and have your say before the city council. And Joe, I'm just I'm a believer that if you speak truth to the culture, it is going to make a difference. It may not be right away, but it is going to make a difference and you've got somebody has to stand up and correct these outright lies. And that's what happened here. Nobody bothered to do that. Right. Well, I'm with you. I mean, you know, you and I are the same age. We were raised in the same time period and we've got many of the same beliefs. I'm with you. I'm just fed up with all this. It's just ridiculous. And Joe I bet, just like me and I grew up in north Mississippi right across the state line from Memphis. I grew up from grade one. I had my first grade teacher, a black lady. We had integrated classrooms and I would bet beyond a shadow of a doubt that you had the same situation in your schools growing up. And yet there are people today that would have you believe that back in the 1970s there were people still in slavery in the south. Correct. And I'm also a firm believer in the racist thoughts. You aren't racist unless you're taught that and raised that because as I was growing up, we were taught to care about everybody we accepted everybody. Racist thought. It didn't even cross our minds. We had black friends and family that we grew up with and still to this day.
We Are Far Tougher Than We Think We Are With Spencer Mozingo
"Would imagine one of the things you have learned by just putting this on a little bit, I mean, you knew it beforehand is we are far tougher than we think we are. 100%. Most of our capabilities are limited by our thoughts and our doubts and our fears. And I think a lot of that ties into the social media revolution as well is because we started seeing all these fitness gurus on social media saying, oh, I can do this. You can. And people really started dumping on themselves and stopped trying to be great. I was reading the book the other day, and it was talking about how men are so eager to put another man's last name on their back and look at them as a superhero and idol, especially with the sports culture. Why not wear Jersey that has your own name and push yourself to be great?
Charlie Welcomes Spencer Mozingo of TPUSA's Men's Summit
"Now is the director of our men's summit. We just call it the summit at turning point USA. Yes, thank you, Charlie, for having me. You bet Spencer mozingo Spencer introduce yourself. So then through every aspect of life that you could go through, trying to find out what true masculinity is. I grew up in a fatherless home. I went through the lifelong fixing of that. The abandoned man in the quit culture. It's taught in that. I joined the Marine Corps to 12 years in the Marine Corps. And when I retired from the Marine Corps, there was something tugging at my soul like I had a greater purpose that I needed to fulfill and that's to help other men find their masculine heart. That's what brought us here. And Spencer doesn't talk about it much, but you are a wounded veteran and you got your leg blown off and you haven't let that stop you. I know you don't like talking about it but I think it's an important part of your biography. And you don't let it be part of your biography, which I find to be admirable. And so then you let the marine court, you kind of got working into private security detail, correct. And you kind of came into our circle and we were driving last summer and you basically are like, we need to do a men's summit. And I was like, Spencer, I've thought about it. What would be different? And you had a great answer. And then the lord works in mysterious ways, one of our donors loved the idea. And I said, let's pilot it. And you guys did two pilots this last fall. Tell us about it. We did. So we did a pilot in Montana and we did a pile of in Texas the first group we took 20 men between the ages of 16 and I think the oldest we had there was 54 up to grass range Montana, lots of elevation. And we put them through probably the hardest 72 hours of their life they would ever experience.
Dress Codes Are Now Considered Racist, Sexist, And Classist
"Students advocates researchers are now in congressional watchdog agency, are urging public schools to rethink their dress codes. What? A congressional watchdog agency? What does that mean? Which some argue our sexist racist and classist. Foster a culture of inequity, woof. And can interfere with some kids access to an education. But every study I've seen and studies are useless because they either confirm what common sense suggests. Or are wrong, but nevertheless, every study I have seen has in fact said kids grades are better. Discipline is better, violence is down. These issues were at the center of protests against local dress codes nationwide.
Woke Mob Rejoices on the Closure of WDW's Splash Mountain
"Splash mountain is gone. It's kaput. They have their completely dismantling splash mountain, and they're turning it into something else because the cancel culture mob apparently says that splash mountain is racist. And I never knew that a water law ride could actually be racist. And I do not understand why. There was I was looking at the exhibit and you know what a lot of the Disney rides, what is a pirate of the Caribbean, where they have the pirates and you go through the tunnels and it's our meaty and they come out there and they had the little wind you can't call them winches anymore, but they have the gals there. Well, anyway, so there's always something scary on the ride. I went and checked and as far as splash mountain goes, there's not a moment in the ride where you're attacked by members of the Ku Klux Klan, there's not a moment in the ride when somebody is burning across it's just a good, good wholesome ride. And so now the woke bob is celebrating because they convinced Disney World that the ride was racist and it had to come down and it is coming down and they're building something more inclusive there on that space.
Linda Ronstadt Insults Mike Pompeo
"Welcome back and they're gonna do you it. I'm joined now by the former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, his brand new book never give an inch is a fabulous read. I have been immersed in it for a couple of weeks. Good morning, mister secretary. Congratulations. You did not hear, but you're opening music with Linda Ronstadt singing. When will I be loved? Well done, Lou, are you? Well played. Well, I want people to begin with that anecdote because it sets the tone for the book. You are perhaps no holds barred when it comes to Washington, D.C. culture, and the Kennedy Center Honors is really Washington D.C. culture. So I like moment. Tell people about what happened there. Oh, here we the State Department's responsible for putting on this big event to honor great Americans talented Americans for music and the arts Secretary of State hosts the dinner on the evening before the big event. And you know these folks don't like Republicans very much. They certainly didn't like me or the Trump administration. So my wife and I said we're debating whether we should go. But you know, we wanted to honor the tradition. Great people. Earth wind and fire, Linda Ronstadt. There was a great group of folks. Very talented. That's a way we went to this event. It's intended to honor the musicians. And the Secretary of State does a little bit of introduction work. And so I decided to keep it both sincere to honor them and with a little bit of humor. And so I joke when I was introducing Linda Ronstadt to the podium, I asked the audience, I said, goodness gracious. When will I be loved? Harker back to one of her songs. The end of she doesn't get up and look at me and look me straight in the eye and say, you're not going to be in love till you leave this guy Trump or something like that. Yes, the roof, by the way, left and right in the room could see this was both inappropriate, nasty, mean beneath the level of the nice evening we were having. But I just got a chuckle went on with our lives fully expected in today's Washington D.C. that those of us who believe in traditional value sets will be mocked by those who want to undermine our country. That's what miss ronstadt was doing. It was most unfortunate and a little bit funny. No,
"culture" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"But they didn't really lose out on much, you know? Yeah, I think I liked gaslight when it was about Martha Mitchell because that story was so fresh to me and because I too had listened to that season of slow burn and been fascinated by that episode. Opinions vary about how much you want to watch this kind of fever dreams of G. Gordon Liddy. I personally got kind of bored in that stuff. It's not what I'm there for. As roxana mentioned, the other thing that we wanted to talk about was kind of how Watergate has affected not just Watergate has, but all the president's men has and the coverage of Watergate and the visions of journalists have affected kind of what has come after. And the interesting thing to me, you know, I think when you talk about Watergate, people often immediately start talking in terms of culture about the paranoid thrillers of the 1970s, whether you're talking about the parallax view or three days of the condor or not just all the president's men itself, but the conversation with Gene Hackman, there are all these. And they're, you know, they're from a bunch of different directors. And the thing I think is interesting is that a lot of that either predates Watergate, or at least the revelations about Watergate, or it's too close to Watergate for that to be the reason why it happened or the novel that was written was before Watergate. So it's more to me that Watergate kind of fuse with a paranoid thriller that was already developing. And now people think of those as Watergate era movies, even though the influence is not necessarily clear. Roxanna checked me on that. No, I think that's completely right. And I think that again speaks to this perspective question. I think a lot of people think Watergate sparked the looking around in panic sort of feeling of these movies. Right. But I think that was the time. I think that was just America and those decades in the sense that something was not right about what your government was telling you about the war about the economy about whatever. And I think that sort of sense fed into these movies. I'm sorry to go back to the X files, but I think about this a lot in terms of the X files..
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"Welcome back, Karen. Hey, Linda, I am so happy to be here. Yeah. So NPR's books we love project used to be called the book concierge, but whatever you call it, it is a great way to find a book for any occasion any reader and any set of tastes and interests. It's a labor of love and literacy put together by a wonderful team and dedicated to our dear friend and colleague NPR books editor Petra Mayer, who died in November. And one of the tags that they use to help you find books is called identity and culture. I want to add, it's fair to say that lots and lots of books may be practically all books are about identity and culture in some way or another, but we're talking about some today that are particularly sharp or specific in their consideration of those themes. I want to dive right in, Karen, you picked several books from this category for books we love. Tell me about the first one. My first book is the love songs of WEB Dubois is by honore fanon Jeffers. There's a couple of categories of books that I really love and one of them is sprawling family epics and this is a sprawling family epic. It's a door stopper. Yeah, but that time just flew by. You know, you sort of look at it and go, oh, am I really gonna have time to read this? And then you get into the first chapter and all of a sudden you find yourself looking up going, oh shoot, it's time to go to bed. The heroine ailey pearl Garfield is the descendant of a long, proud line of people who have been in the United States since around the Revolutionary War. Because they've been here for so long and because they've been in the south for so long. One of the things on a ray talks about is the ethnic interconnectedness of this family. They are black and they are seen as black and they live as black, but they also have Native Americans, white Americans, and so this book goes back and forth in time to sort of weave together how everybody came together. It also shows sort of the insularity of the black middle class and a lot of cities. At the time, you know, we're talking about, you know, 50, 60, 70s. Right. The assumption sometimes is, oh, after integration, everybody wanted to be with everybody else. That's not necessarily the case, but what ailey's family shows is that they are very interested in sort of keeping the community in tech. There's a lot of family pride, a lot of hidden family history that Ali eventually unearths some trauma and it just all comes together in this terrific read. This is one of those books where if you're going to be snowed in for a week, find this book. For sure, for sure. So that is the love songs of WEB Dubois by honore fanon Jeffers. All right, Karen, give me a second pick. My next book is 7 days in June by Tia Williams..
"culture" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Joining us today from his home studio is Glenn Weldon of NPR's culture desk high Glen. Hey, Linda. And also here from her home on the West Coast is ayesha Harris. Hey ayesha. Hello Linda. Well, I want to say first that I don't know if pages of calendars float to the floor anymore. I don't know if people still do that, but it is the end of the year and we are not going to do any messing around. We are going to get right to it. I am going to go first to Glenn, you have something you want to share. Yeah, it's a moment from a show called Succession on HBO heard of it. It's kind of a critical darling. Every Sunday Night, it drives conversations on one very thin slice of Twitter, so it can make it seem like it's a bigger hit than I think it might actually be. It's about, of course, a family of awful people who run an awful organization an awful corporation. I keep proselytizing about it because there are times I'll admit that I get what the naysayers about to show are saying. I delay watching episodes. Because I might not be in the mood for the dyspeptic churn of it all sometimes, but then a moment like this one I'm about to highlight comes along from the fourth episode of season three. When the character of Tom wams gams played by Matthew mcfadyen, gets to give a little speech to his wife shiv, played by Sarah snook. He is thinking he's going to be a kind of corporate scapegoat. He's going to be the public face of a scandal facing the organization. And he's thinking that he's going to go to prison. Now he's volunteered for that, but now it's starting to hit home. He's doing research about prison life, and this is what he has to say. I so I did a bit of research and I got deep into the prison blocks again. Oh. You know? About toilet wine. And it turns out you can make it from fruit and ketchup, but you have to burp the wine bag as it ferments. And I thought, what if I forget to burp the toilet wine? But the truth is, I'm not. What if I forget to burp the toilet wine? Is when I stood up in my couch and thought, okay, this show was for me, not just an I like this show, but this show was for me as an I feel targeted. I feel seen by this show and I love it. It's one of those moments when the writing and the performance work, not just in tandem, but in synergy. There's something special about that moment for me. It's the guy's Emmys clip. Guaranteed. I'm just picturing Glenn sitting on his couch watching that moment. And looking just like that meme of Leonardo DiCaprio, when he's pointing, his mouth is a game. That's exactly. It's from, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. That's me. Pointing pointing point. And before that, he says he has this whole thing about cold white wine, how much he likes cold, white wine, the first money he gets home from work, and it's like, oh, yes. All right, thank you, Glen Weldon, ayesha Harris. What is your first pick? Well, I'll turn us to a different HBO show. This is a black lady sketch show, which is a really funny sketch show that I think is kind of flown under the radar, but if you know you know. And season two aired earlier this year, the show, if you haven't, if you're not familiar with it, it is created by Robin BD and it features all black women just commenting on so many different things about black culture about social media about just our culture at large. And I think I got really, really smart this season in terms of pinpointing some very specific things when it comes to black culture especially. The clip I want to point to, it involves a debate, two women on each team, and the final question of this debate is which movie should Denzel Washington have won an Oscar for. The two teams have to make their case for the movie that Denzel Washington who has two Oscars, but you know he's a amazing performer. He is a legendary performer. He is Denzel. We just know him as Denzel. And so they are trying to argue for which performance he should have won for. And I especially love this moment from Ashley Nicole black. I want you to just listen to it. Okay, what's the racism? Remember the Titans? No, racism plus mustache. Come on, you know, remember we watched out your house at the time and we had to babysit your little cousin 'cause her daddy was gonna be home late for work, and we was eating bagel bites. We was watching a movie and I was watching and I was like, you know, didn't sound like mad fine in these post war clothes. Remember? Damn it a blue dress. So I just love it because I knew what it was, but it's fun to hear her describe her. And it's like the movie with the racism. It's like, that could have been. It could have been glory, which he won the Oscar for. It could have been the great debate. There's so many movies. And I just really, I encourage everyone to seek out a black baby scout show in general because with sketch shows there's often hits or misses and I think that this show is batting a higher average than the average sketch show. Most of the sketches really work, and even when they don't, you at least see that they're trying to do something interesting or provide interesting commentary. So my first pick is a black lady sketch show. You can find it streaming on HBO Max. Thank you very much. Ayesha Harris. All right, Steven, you have chosen first something that I also enjoyed that we talked about. Yeah, I think when we look back on this era in history, specifically the pandemic and the lockdown, we're gonna be looking for certain pieces of culture that really captured that moment. And I don't think any piece of culture that I have seen so far has captured the moment quite as effectively as Bo Burnham's inside on Netflix. Bo Burnham is a comedian and actor, a filmmaker, a former YouTube star, and so he made inside entirely inside his house during lockdown. And it's full of funny and silly songs, but also a lot of ache and worry and spiraling and darkness. And it adds up to this really fascinating viewing experience. And we're talking on this show about moments and the moment from this show that I have probably picked over more than any other over and over again is this moment from a song called white woman's Instagram. He starts out by just laying out cliches from the Instagram pages of white women. And so he's kind of just teasing like here's this throw pillow with a saying on it and here's this perfectly lit picture of my face. And so he's doing this thing where he's kind of lightly mocking.
"culture" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"Bunny who also find boop very attractive and once you date her and it becomes this very strange hilariously existential and just bizarre journey into this world of people who sort of fetish is cartoon characters. Furry culture self insert culture. It just speaks very directly to like this childhood and teenage dumb of growing up online and talking to people who like feel very strongly about cartoons. And maybe you kind of judge them for it but alec robbins absolutely does not judge them for it like he is playing into that as well like he probably himself is not attracted to betty boop in real life but this is absolutely a comic that speaks to those years that many people my generation or not even many but like a specific niche of people from my generation. Really understand. so it's incredibly weird like i. I've interviewed him. It is a comic that i have read and reread. Many times is available to read for free online. If you google mr boop you'll find it quite easily all there's hundreds of these Daily panels and the places. It goes are hilarious and actually thought provoking. It is a wonderful wonderful four panel comic. And i bring this up because alec robbins just released a new comic called crime. Hot that will be more serialized and it is an original story that does not involve cartoon characters but does involve like you know weird shit posting and overly sexualize stuffed animals and whatnot which is just. It is very much from ship posting culture so this is a weird revealing part of my life. And i'm going to be done now. Well allegra. I don't feel like you lowered the bar at all on the endorsements this so so i'll do that now but i'm gonna endorse for thirty speaking of evangelizing for thirteen plus years. I've been evangelizing for the hudson valley. Where i live. And it's worked. It's now been ruined by gentrification. All you all you yuppies came up here at my command And so of course what someone like me ever in search of an authenticity intrinsically lack. Where do i go to go much further north. So i started going to maine in the summers and i i love it up there so now let me spoil that for you..
"culture" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"I'm stephen metcalf in this. Is the slate culture gabfest. Say their names edition. It's wednesday september. First two thousand twenty one on today's show candyman is a wild reimagining of the nineties. Har- movie into an allegory of collective racial trauma and guilt. It's directed by the cost of co written with producer jordan peele and dana when rosenfeld for yes and in fact. I'm so i don't know if win. Listens to our show or not. But i am so happy to see him doing well in the world. He's been working with jordan peele for a while as a producer co writer and then. Netflix has of all things english department. Drama de the chair stars. Sandra oh as a professor who's deepest loyalties are tested when she's made the head of our department also stars. Jd plastic transparent fame and finally rest in peace the great laconic genius behind literally behind the rolling stones drummer. Charlie watts has died. We'll discuss with slates own jack hamilton. Joining me now is allegra. Frank senior editor of slate allegra. How's it going i. It's good to be back. It's great to have you back and of course. Dana stevens is the film critic for slate. Hey dan hey it's good to be back. Missed you guys. Yeah yeah mr guys to. It's three things..
"culture" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"Chris the great thing about doing a show with us. I don't have to do my homework. And i will say one thing i do know about the song or two things i is that i love it. And the second is that it empties out my brain and and in its place. Put jody resins brain inside there. Like i as all of my former commitments to anti optimism. Just go down the kitchen sink but talk to me about ramming wilkin this tune Yeah i love that one. Too remmy. Wolf is a fairly new artists. I believe she. She's from palo alto california Dropped her debut ep. Only two years ago. By the way. I love the names of her albums because her debut was called your dog exclamation point and her major label debut from which this song comes. It's called. i'm allergic to dogs. Which just either kills me. So she's she's described as sort of a disco funk singer songwriter. And what i think is you know hitting my pleasure centers. Maybe yours too. Is that the main hook photo. Id that like that. Note she hits is very. I would call it eighties freestyle. It's it's almost got kind of a lisa lisa era vibe to it. It's a very specific form of you know eighties. R&b electro cook and it really. It just works like gangbusters by the way also remmy wolf. I found this out of my research. She was a competitive downhill skier for ten years. And she was an american idol contestant in two thousand fourteen so already had. This already had multiple lives. And now she's you know. Sign a major label deal and is releasing great. Dance pop And i'll i'll add to. That is that dominic is also kind of on the on the move. He's he's topped the charts a little bit in his own right He is a sometime rapper. he's got an interesting background. He's black and filipino And yet a lot of his songs are not even really. Wrap their kind of this cabana friendly singer-songwriter pop with touches and nonchalant hippies even been compared to jack johnson on occasion and yet on this track. He's doing straight up and quite well. Actually i like the rap break. So yeah this thing. Just firing all cylinders. Yeah all i have to say about that one. Steve is on my shortlist so soulmates i mean not my short short not my short show it. It made it out of that giant ocean of hundreds of songs that we listened to for me as well just so danceable all right. Now is the moment of podcast. We talk about our sponsor dana. What do you have stephen. This episode of the culture gabfest is brought to you by bush's beans. It's summertime and summertime means sunglasses short shorts and barbecues but no barbecue is complete without the classic taste of bush's baked beans bush's baked beans. Are the sweet slow cooked center of the barbeque universe and with the sweet taste of bush's baked beans by their side. The savory flavors of burgers and brought can reach delicious new heights. Bush's baked beans are secret. Family recipe of navy beans slow cooked with real bacon fine brown sugar and their signature blend of spices. And they're sure to make your cookout or your family get together meal beautiful. If you want to learn more about bush's baked beans head to bush beans dot com slash culture. Okay before we go any further. I think we should do business. Yes dana steve. What i love about the summer stretch show is that it's all just one big blobby thing and the editor is the one who has to figure out where it all goes so basically our slate plus segments just going to be two more songs that each of us tack onto the list of favorites from the main show. So if you get through the main show and you didn't hear your song you might want to stick around for the bonus segment also. Everyone should know slate plus members or not that you can find links to all of the spotify playlist. The songs that we're talking about on our show page which slate dot com slash culture fest. And if you're not asleep plus member of course you can sign up today at slate dot com slash culture. Plus that only cost one dollar for your first month to get adver podcasts. And bonus content like the extra segment. I just described. You'll also get to hear segments like that on shows like slow-burn and the political gabfest and members of course we'll get unlimited access to all of the writing on slate. You'll never hit a paywall when you're asleep plus member so please do us a big favor and support our work by signing up at slate dot com slash culture plus once again that's late dot com slash culture plus. You're up next all right well. I'm knocking off the categories. I because i'm again in honor of juliet. Turner the absent co hostess. With the komo's i wanna do a mascara song which is a category that invented over the years of which is song that you listened to while. You're getting ready to go out obviously in this kobe summer. I don't know exactly where we're going out to the park. I guess But the thing that you you play for example. Liz good is hell would be a classic.
"culture" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos
"The staples from any library in some highly collectible offerings to to pick up a few games today at retrofitted games in town square on las vegas boulevard or henderson nevada. Retro city games is your game. Trump's all right and we're back to close out the show pop culture cosmos. It's gerald come right back at you hear what comey dancing. Yes i you dancing the but we are back with pop. Culture council says we close out the show. Degenerate twenty eighteen is here. And that's the announcement i have first off is that he's our man now on fridays. So check him out. Every friday for the pc multi so thankful to have him a part of the p. c. in a larger fashion. If you've heard him over the years with me we've been on several pockets together all the way dating back to two thousand thirteen twenty thirteen. Yeah they're about so going back to the game source. Podcast the great to have you here my friend it degenerate twenty eighteen from twitch. So you got to go ahead and follow him there on twitch at twenty eighteen but before we head on out my friend i do want to go ahead and make sure and by you know. Give everybody update on the box office for this past weekend. Looks like people got old as all did go ahead and capture the top spot here domestically in the us at little over sixteen million dollars projected out to be which if to get people perspective is roughly half of what space jam a new legacy did in. Its first week last week. So that also had a steep drop off number two unfortunately for hasbro gi joe and paramount. They rolled snake is with only thirteen. Million dollars. In ticket sales and a poultry. I think four or five million dollars overseas so that's a real big. Ouch quickly before we go to. Ea play and what's going on with comecon at home. My friend want to hear your thoughts on old winning the box office..
"culture" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"Have my endorsement comes directly from our anthony. Bourdain conversation steve. I now realize it can go out specifically to you. This one's for you steve metcalf. My endorsement is listening to anthony. Bourdain read his book kitchen confidential on a on an audio book. I was not familiar with the book before. obviously it was a big splash. And you knew about it but had never read it and kind of became obsessed with dane after watching this documentary. I mean one thing. This documentary does however you feel about its flaws is that it gives you more time with him right and you hear a side of him that you hadn't heard before and if you just love the sound of his voice. He has an incredibly beautiful voice. You can see why you might wanna robotically. Reproduce it to me says emails. But you don't have to robotically reproduce it you can listen to the actual voice of anthony bourdain reading his book kitchen confidential. And it's a really really fun extremely funny and Extremely action packed rancorous sort of scandalous at times. Filthy story of his adventures in the kitchen. So steve i think that you should really go back. And and flesh out your knowledge of anthony bourdain and listen to that audiobook. His voice specifically definitely gonna do that dan. That's that's great is equity. have i have two things. The first of which also connects to our runner segment. Which is the steven. Soderbergh documentary and everything is going fine which you can rent online or you can stream for free on the criterion channel..
"culture" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"Okay well the trump presidency was. Everything degraded about the gop. Since richard nixon only much much trashier accordingly nixon got woodward and bernstein to document his final days in office and trump has michael wolff joining us to discuss landslide the final days of the trump presidency. The new book by michael wolfe is laura miller a book and culture writer for slate laura. Welcome back to the show. It's great to be here is always great to have you. I i think some listeners may in order to understand and place the next segment in proper context. I think some listeners are going to need to know exactly who michael wolfe is and wet place. He occupies in the new york media firm and he's been a fixture for twenty thirty plus years. He's kind of on the trashy end of respectable or maybe the respectable and of trashy right. That's kind of why he got both access to the crappy people who occupied the white house. He sort of spoke their language and was on their wavelength..
"culture" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"All right before we go any further. This is typically where we discuss business. Dana what are you. What are you have stephen. Our first item of business is just to remind our listeners about summer strut if you don't know about summer street. It's just our annual tradition of asking our listeners to send us their favorite songs of the summer. These don't have to be new songs of this summer. They don't have to be about the summer. They're just any song that make you feel like strutting down a hot sidewalk. feeling good. We then compile a listener sourced playlist. We all listen to it for a while and pick our favorite songs make some sub lists and then we all get together and talk about music of the summer our favorite songs and usually we also have chris milan v. slates pop critic in to talk about this particular summer in which songs are playing at the top of the charts. Hey dan can. I just please puppies enthusiasm that. I've known for break into this and say i. This is wonderful brainchild of juliet. Turner one of my favorite shows of the year and as a measure of how much i dig it just the emails we get suggesting the strut songs are so fuck. My tail starts to wag already like i. Just they're coming in over the transom. It's great please. Keep sending them if you have anything. You're starting to listening to enjoying the summer. Send us emails. We really we really love compiling this master list. Yeah it really is a delight and it's fun to make your sub lists and come in and see how much overlap we get or we don't get and we are getting a little bit of a late start this year because covert and people's vacations and julia being offered other things but we are going to do strut at some point in august. So please send us an email. Culture fest dot com and tell us your favorite song even strutting around to this summer. Our next item of business is just as always to tell.
"culture" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"His reenactments are imaginative investigative thinking in three dimensions and they look very fake. They're very clearly on a sound stage. They're hugely status is. There's a lot of slow motion weird stuff going on. You would never think that was actual footage of the shooting of the police officer in the thin blue line for example other times when people use fake voices or they've reconstructed you know there's a little cry on the plays at the bottom of the screen. Lots of different ways to do it So to me. The bigger problem is to do it and not inform anyone within the bounds of the film that you have done it. But that's like that's pretty much a misdemeanor particularly compared to the other bigger problems of the end of the film. But would you agree that as a slippery slope. It's a somewhat worrisome. Thing i mean. I guess the bigger argument to be upset about the fake is not whether or not anthony bourdain type those words and said them allowed or just typed them right. I mean it's still is his intention to have said that thing to that person but the idea that there could be slippery deep fakes. Finding their way into documentaries opens a kind of a scary door because visual deep fixer. Possible as well right. I mean it. It does seem like there should be like the bourdain neville rule. That's now established that if you use this technology you have to disclose it somewhere in. The movie are well. The movie is roadrunner. A film about anthony bourdain. We have complex feelings about it. But i think we all agree. Go see this movie..
"culture" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos
"The playstation five and xbox series are six months old. Who's leading the way early on in this generation. And what games are we looking. Forward to for twenty twenty one all this and more as we once again delve into the lab culture. Cosmo's and we're back with another episode of the pop culture cosmos. This is gerald glass for from pope culture cosmos game source inside sports. Fantasy football and the lakers fast-break. We truly appreciate are out there. This of shows. Ndfu few k. Please give us a five star review on apple podcast plus if you can like subscribe follow or do anything that you can't support us right here. The pop culture cosmos and the over forty awesome radio stations that we are part of worldwide. It is sincerely appreciate it. But it wouldn't pop culture cosmos without my good friend. He's the real. Josh shady of pop culture cosmos. You check out what he's doing today. At pop culture cosmos dot com his great stuff that he does on his podcast. The superbeets games casts and the concluding topic clips plus also as well his awesome book. Congratulations you suck. Which you gotta get today which.
"culture" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast
"Even you know on in certain publications on the other hand though we all we all know the kind of the guy who goes to who goes to a conservative University or college and and comes out and he's always wearing bow ties and you know cutting elliott and burke at you and it's it's all sort of fake and phony. How do you The problem with restoring these kind of refinements and. I think admittedly in the poem. You get the impression this guy genuinely as kind of a blowhard and yet there's something to what he's doing The the problem is trying to restore these. These refinements these and and not just refinements but sort of like aspects of higher. culture is. How do you do it without it. Being an affectation how do you do it without it. Being kind of a a fakery kind of a man trying to be a man living outside of his time yes how. How do you become cultured If you're not actually participants in a culture if right we Said great way of putting it we. This is a problem that besets us from from so many places people who use phrases like cultural appropriation are so far from doing what they're talking about that is you. Don't really want to give them even enough of a hearing to try to see him with the same but listen to the d. misunderstanding of that phrase appropriation as if a culture were so much property that you own a First of all. I was found that funny because all these postmodern whatever you call them. Communists intersectional gas. We could miss stuff. Obviously words that That describes people when it comes down to brass tacks. Evidently they just really strongly agree with. John locke second treatise on the nature of property. They're just classical. Liberals they think of culture as property culture is not property culture. You can't have your own. Culture is in culture of one culture is the whole way of life of people and those ways of lives of course are continually bumping and jostling up against each other. Just as you bump in jostle against your neighbor on the train and so there's no mike culture versus your culture that i can lay claim to the moment might I have contact with something. Afford person has done that. Suddenly has become essentially part of my culture So he can't say no you can't have it or you don't have permission to use it That's all you know. Absurd and silly on the flip side those of us who live realize that we live in. Barbara's times rightly yearn for some kind of structure in order informed to be given back to us. We have reason to to your that. Does we deserve it. Human beings are made to be part of a culture and so when you have a culture. That's become a kind of anti culture. Which is what on philip. Brief refers to ours as being It's a culture that says there is nothing transcendent. that's worthy of expression and every culture is in fact the temporal or profane as it were expression of a prior and upper gyory perception of of a sacred order..
"culture" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos
"It next monday and next week as well at the pop culture cosmas coming up next. There is a new old new number one all-time movie again. We'll talk about avatar beating. Eventers and game right after the break. I'm so sad about that too. This is the pop culture costas. Hey this is chapman ghost toasters and you're listening to pop culture cosmos podcast. You've heard others but nothing could prepare you for the shameful stupidity. That is the chuck and nerd. Podcast here imran so if you offend everyone at once it all it's awash. I've covered.
"culture" Discussed on Pop Culture Gamers
"That although i think that one did have that technology in as well certainly did feel body shape of sharia did fy fares as well although the results were never anything that looks spectacular like bay when i tried to So yeah. I think it'd be a good idea because it would make a much more personal but then again you know i mean you know. Thinking about like steve stay flakes played female characters gaps. I think one of his destiny characters. These female i never ever associate. I'll never ever use a female character unless that is the you know the character light for example. Lara croft of a say. You not gonna change lara. Croft be a male character because e count. Larry crafts lara croft. But no i you know. I think it'd be good. Idea ethic ball game. Developer should put that saw technology involved but oversea. That's the main things that you probably got. Aries differences in interpretations about how that would work. I mean it wasn't like he puts xbox tried that with the avatars. A still are trying to win some cases with the advertise. But you could get light. Doritos crash costs one to where he took your xbox game avatar on it. Put it in that game and then there was also kingdom catholics as well granted. That's not your likeness but it was the avatar That you specified and the reason why that word is because the avatar was a multiple insist of itself whereas you go from game to game then develop per year will certain stand for building your face but we go over ubisoft and they'll want something else. I think that's probably why it's never really taken off big time. And plus the fact now unless she streaming for me console. Do people really have cameras on that. I mean. i know that he would do if you've got. Ps we are on a pay if you while if you use it for any form of communication You know atoll andy do streaming. Any probably could have a webcam on that. But how you going to. Really have that on your xbox. Are you ready for most people going to have that. On the playstation i suspected not I think that there's very limited use it for the plan. Stash camera I don't think he can do an awful lot and likewise on the xbox yes Good questions guys really enjoyed those hope. You were enjoyed views on some of us anyway. If you want to get in contact with me you can get in contact with me on basic cre- platforms just about as hetchy jay. Uk If you wanna get contact me on the epa game staw pop culture gamers and the shows Contacts are twitter at pop culture gamer facebook group. We all south a facebook page to look and see both of those. If you got any Anything you want to contact us about By merely do so at podcast at pucklechurch gamers dot co uk and of cost off our website. Sandwich can download the shows if you don't subscribed on other platforms as dot..
"culture" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos
"To vision. White vision became true vision. Yes he passed off all his memories back to him and so that means that he is vision like all of his memories and experiences including what happened in. The heck's are now in white vision and he just zoomed away. He just flew away. Because i think he knows that. This version vision is going to die. He doesn't need the other one around to ruin whatever moment was going to have right. And then we saw as the heck's caved in really sad by the way to know that they like segment to the kids and then you know that was the heck's even so we have vision right and he he gives his memories to this. This new vision so vision is going to be back and it's going to be paul. Bet you'd like vision vision. The kids are going to be back because they've got to be the young avengers because they're lining up everything for the young avengers right right so the kids are going to be back somehow. I mean it's gonna multi-diverse you heard it in the second. What was that second end credit scene. Where their help. Mommy help help you. Here she's reading the dark whole book. Yeah yes that's definitely going to come back. Hey this is chat ghost toasters and you're listening to pop culture cosmos podcast for the latest news and information analysis and opinions on the los angeles lakers and the nba off the lakers fast-break. Podcast today. on wherever you get your pockets.