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The Charlie Kirk Show
Darren Beattie Shares His Thoughts on the RESTRICT Act
"Joining us is Darren Beatty. He runs one of the most important websites revolver news. You guys should visit it every day. I certainly do Darren. Welcome back to the program. Darren, I want to talk about Israel. You have a very unique take on that. But first, I just want to get your thoughts on this restrict act that we've been talking about that more Republicans than Democrats are sponsoring. And I just want to remind our audience what Republicans are sponsoring this. John boozman from Arkansas, my crepo from Idaho, Lindsey Graham from South Carolina, Tom tillis from North Carolina chuck grassley from Iowa, Kevin Kramer from North Dakota. Shelley Moore capito from West Virginia, Mitt Romney from Utah. Susan Collins from Maine, Dan Sullivan from Alaska, Jerry Moran from Kansas, Deb Fischer from Nebraska and John thune from South Dakota. Darren, your thoughts on the restrict act. Well, you have a bill that supported by Lindsey Graham, Tom tillis and Mitt Romney. You know you're in for a beauty. The restrict act, what can we say about it? Well, first thing to know is that it's a Trojan horse type Bill. What it's being packaged as is some kind of way to counteract the nefarious foreign communist infused influence of TikTok, which is a natural cell. Everybody can get behind that. But what it actually is, is a Trojan horse. And amounts effectively, I think the best description of it that I've heard is the Patriot Act for the Internet. Even though the marketing is specifically tailored to TikTok, something that we all love to hate, the actual substance of the bill is very vague and it is no way limited to TikTok. It's vaguely constrained to technologies associated with quote unquote foreign adversaries.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Why the RESTRICT Act Is a Sweeping Assault on Americans’ Freedoms
"Have the bill. Here, the restrict act. You guys can all check it out as a citizen. S 6 8 6 for the 118th Congress restrict act. The first sentence to authorize the secretary of commerce to review and prohibit certain transactions between persons in the United States and foreign adversaries for other purposes. Now, mind you, they could pass a very clear and simple piece of legislation targeted that TikTok, but you're trying to tell me the regime is going to pass up this opportunity to create a new Patriot Act. Of course not. This is not about TikTok. This is not about TikTok. This is about being able to usher in a brand new censorship regime. So who's behind this, exactly? Lindsey Graham has his name on the bill. As a co sponsor, John thune, Republican from South Dakota. Fisher from Nebraska, Joe Manchin waste the time. Jerry Moran from Kansas. Sullivan from Alaska, Susan Collins from Maine, of course Mitt Romney, Shelley Moore capito, from West Virginia, introduced the bill. Have they actually read the bill? Are they or is this just rep by, is this composed and basically put together by lobbyists? And if you know how legislation works, you know that K street lawyers, the DHS, lawfare types, working for the alliance of U.S. tech and deep state interests, probably wrote this restrict act. This is a written written by Google and written by Facebook and written by congressional staffers.
The Charlie Kirk Show
The Vile, No Good, Rotten RESTRICT Act
"So this bill is literally called the restrict act. And it is so vaguely written that it can be basically used to shut down any social media app. That you don't like. So for example, telegram, telegram is a communication application, a lot of people get news and information from telegram as well. The government doesn't like telegram because they can't control it. The regime hates telegram. Telegram was founded by two Russians, so you could imagine that the commerce secretary banning telegram because they say, look, it founded by Russians, the restrict act would have total ability and freedom, not freedom, the capacity capability for the government to be able to stamp them out. But if you look even further ahead, there's basically zero limitations on who the secretary of commerce could declare a foreign adversary or what they could do and what they can end up banning it. Now, you might say, well, Charlie, this bill has no chance of passing. You are no, no. This is being pushed by Republicans and Democrats. John thune from South Dakota is one of the big chief sponsors of this.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Caller: We Should Have Prayer Rallies Rather Than Protests
"Is, to me, the brilliant strategy is Carrie leg strategy. She's having a prayer rally right now. And that's what we should do. We should pray rather than protest. Go to a church, say if they went into New York or D.C. and had prayer rallies at churches or cathedrals, how would they say the interaction? These are people praying I'd love to see the TV cameraman. Come in and there's a church people praying peaceful and the FBI or DJ DoJ try to stage some kind of phony insurrection. Well, I'll tell you when you recall that president Obama was the one criticizing people clinging to guns and bibles, it wouldn't surprise me. And again, these are the folks that during COVID wanted to arrest ministers for daring to lead worship, but that's an excellent idea, Pete. Thanks for calling in from central Iowa. Go ahead. Statement. Maybe president Trump should come to Iowa like Carrie likewise. And just stay here. Because it's New York, D.C., California, where all the trouble is. If he would come and die while Carrie would like dead a week ago, down to having part and Des Moines, he could stay, you know, go from the dakotas down through Texas. And he wouldn't have any trouble like he does with New York and D.C..
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Dean Cain on His Journey From Trailer Park to Princeton to Hollywood
"So dean, your life has been so fascinating. So I wanted to ask you a little bit about just kind of your journey before we talk about more of the news stuff. I saw that you spent some of your childhood in Michigan and then in California. And in high school, when you were in Santa Monica, you were excelling in sports, and you even played some baseball with Charlie Sheen and Rob Lowe. Is that correct? And what was that like? It's mostly correct. I grew up, so I grew up in I was born in Michigan, but I moved to California when I was three. My mom up and took off with her two kids. Her first husband was my biological father. It was not an ideal husband, was philandering and so she left and came out to LA to be an actress with two kids to the Asian kids. And we looked more on my given name as Tanaka. So she came out here with us too, and met and fell in love with my dad. Who she married a year later. And then through a really terrible story actually, a woman was raped and I believe killed in an apartment next to us or right near us. And then the next day myself and a couple other guys, my brother and another couple kids were out playing cops and robbers as they used to back in the day. And I was the youngest and so I wasn't able to have I didn't get to a gun. So I went looking for something and I found the real gun and it was apparently the weapon that was used and that day my dad borrowed, I don't ten, $12,000 from his parents in South Dakota and moved us to a trailer park in Malibu. And I grew up in a trailer park in Malibu, which sounds, you know, like trailer park. Yeah, but it was in Malibu. So we'd spend our days outside all day long on the beach, running around, and I grew up with kids like Sean Penn, Chris Penn Rob Lowe, Charlie Sheen, Emilio Estevez, all those kids were just, we were all just part of this one little Malibu group. I guess all our parents were involved in the business, not all of them, but in some way or another. And so through this weird happenstance, those kids all ended up being actors. Now I played baseball Charlie for a long time. Rob, rob was never the great athlete. Rob even back in the elementary school was just all the girls loved him and he's so pretty. And he loved the girls back. So that was the that was the skinny and rob, so to speak. Charlie very good baseball player. Played on teams with him forever. And then went to high school, Santa Monica high school. And I was a good athlete student. It worked out real well for me. A lot of the kids are madly when they got to Santa Monica worked able to compete at that level, unfortunately. So a lot of the kids stopped playing sports, Charlie continued to play for a while. I don't even know what he did to seeing it if he played a scene here or not. And then I was lucky enough to with my grades and thank you to get the president of the university, had a wonderful career at Princeton. Grew up a lot turned into him and went from a boy to a man there and played very well. I played football. I mean, football ran track and I played volleyball. And then I got a chance to play for the Buffalo Bills afterward, which was great. And got hurt right away. And then it's been acting and directing and filmmaking ever since.
AP News Radio
Abortion ban injunction upheld by N. Dakota Supreme Court
"North Dakota's ban on abortions will remain blocked while legal challenges against the law continue. North Dakota's Supreme Court just ruled the state's abortion ban can not be implemented, while a lawsuit continues that challenges the constitutionality of that ban. The ban was designed to take effect once the U.S. Supreme Court overturned roe versus wade. But the Red River women's clinic sought an injunction, saying abortion rights were protected under the state constitution. The clinic's director is praising the court's extension of an injunction granted last summer. The clinic has already moved its operation from Fargo North Dakota to nearby moorhead, Minnesota, where abortion is still legal. I'm Jackie Quinn
South Dakota Governor Vetoes Bill Excluding Cryptocurrencies from States Definition of Money
"2 a.m. Sunday March 12th, 2023 South Dakota governor vetoes Bill excluding cryptocurrencies from state's definition of money. South Dakota governor Kristi Noem has vetoed House Bill 1193, which aimed to amend the state's uniform commercial code UCC to specifically exclude cryptocurrencies and other digital assets from the definition of money. The bill, which had already passed the state legislature, sought to provide greater clarity and legal certainty for businesses operating with digital. The post South Dakota governor vetoes Bill excluding cryptocurrencies from state's definition of money first appeared on blockchain consultants.
"dakotas" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
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AP News Radio
Air Force relieves 6 officers at nuclear base after lapses
"The air force adds relieved 6 officers of their command at a nuclear missile base. They include two commanders and four subordinates and charge of caring for infrastructure fuel and logistics support at North Dakota's minot Air Force Base. The service says the dismissals were based on non compliance with safety regulations, noting while that's based on results of one inspection. The units had not been in compliance for some time. The air force has been taking a tougher line with discipline in the nuclear ranks, which has suffered through a series of safety concerns and controversies. They include cheating drugs and a bomber flying across the country 16 years ago, mistakenly loaded with 6 nuclear armed missiles. The air force calls the responsibilities for the nation's nuclear warheads, a no fail mission, Sagar Meghani, Washington
AP News Radio
Air Force will review cancer among personnel who worked close to nation's ground-based warheads
"The air force is expanding its review of cancers among the nation's nuclear missile personnel. They're called missileers, the airmen who launch nuclear warheads from underground silos and command centers. Space Force reported last month 9 officers who worked as missiles at a Montana air base were diagnosed with non Hodgkin lymphoma. Since then, more missiles and support crew have said they too had been diagnosed with the same or other types of cancers. The air force will now review the entire ground based nuclear missile corps at three bases in Montana, North Dakota and Wyoming to include environmental factors at the bases and silos. Sagar Meghani, Washington
AP News Radio
Parts of northern US shut down ahead of winter storm
"Brutal winter weather bringing snow dangerous gusts of wind and bitter cold settled over much of the northern U.S. Wednesday. In Fargo North Dakota Wednesday morning Michelle Wilson, a server at Denny said it was 11°, but with the wind chill. It feels like 35 below. Still, she's expecting a crowd. We'll probably get busy with the blizzard later, you know, just before everybody starts to rush and get their provisions. The storm forecast to dump up to two feet of snow in some areas says national weather service meteorologist Frank Pereira. This will be an extremely disruptive storm to both travel infrastructure livestock and recreation in the affected areas. He says the same storm will bring 6 to 12 inches of snow to parts of northern New England and upstate New York through Thursday. I'm Julie Walker
AP News Radio
Parts of northern U.S. shut down ahead of winter storm
"Some of the northern plain states are virtually shutting down ahead of a massive winter storm. Many schools throughout the dakotas, Minnesota and Wisconsin are already canceled ahead of the big winter storm, expected to bring as much as two feet of snow. Municipal offices have closed, the Minnesota legislature decided not to convene until Monday. Emergency management officials are warning people to stay off the roads or face potential whiteout conditions due to snow and fierce winds, two feet of snow, even more are expected. For the Minneapolis St. Paul area, and more than a foot is expected in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. I'm Jackie Quinn
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Lord Conrad Black Reflects on the Last 9 Days in U.S. Politics
"Somebody who's north of the border who's done business across the globe ran an international media empire, how is this being read? What do you think in other capitals, friendly and unfriendly? Are the conclusions being drawn on the last 9 days in U.S. politics? Well, I think on the first balloon that was shot down offset South Carolina. Nobody disputes that was has been acknowledged to Chinese balloon. I think most opinion would be skeptical that China is accounting honestly for it. But there is widespread astonishment that the United States would tolerate this. Drifting all the way across the country, but we're before it was shot down. The U.S. and Canada. I mean, Canada should have shot it down once presumably. They were not as a joint venture. And they would be aware of it at the same time in the U.S. was. So but frankly, people in the world don't care too much about Canadian air space, but they're a little taken aback that the Americans would be tolerating the same drifting over the missile silos in North Dakota and so on. But I think I have no standing to speak for the world, but my impression is that people are surprised that the U.S. administration is treating the whole thing in such a cavalier manner and doesn't really seem to take it seriously at all. And then has compounded it by leaping from complacency to overkill and scrambling very sophisticated fighter planes and interceptors of both countries into the air to shoot down random, unidentified objects were even after they've been brought in. We have no real idea what they were.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Why Aren't the Radical Progressives Fighting for Eastern Ohio?
"We've seen in Ohio situations like this typically Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren would be out front. For example, Bernie Sanders would make special trips out to north and South Dakota to try to block dapple the Dakota access pipeline. Elizabeth Warren, I remember I'm sure we could get video or images of it. She used to fly to Seattle for the wage strikes, if I remember correctly, Bernie Sanders flew down to a labor dispute. I think it was either Toyota or Amazon. Do you remember this? It was they were trying to unionize and Bernie Sanders parachuted in. The point being is Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders seem to just kind of be on constant tour going from one labor fight to anti corporate demonstration to the other. However, when eastern Ohio, the muscular class middle class Midwest, mostly white area, is legitimately attacked, or let's be even more neutral. Harmed. By either negligence or just corruption and there is an environmental component to it, which is one of the sacred gods of the modern American left, there's silence and there's almost disinterest. Why? That's a great question. And I don't have an easy answer. I mean, I think that's you hit on something. And I think that unfortunately this is just the reality is that east Palestinian is a largely white working class town. These are just not people that we, by we, I mean, the American political establishment really cares about. They're just not people that capture headlines. And it's really interesting because, you know, in recent days and in the last week or so, there's been an army of reporters that are coming through and sort of getting the story and kind of trying to make this about basically everything except for the town itself. It's really interesting.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
The Next Destination
"You don't move to Florida or Texas for a low housing prices. You want a low house cost, go to North Dakota, South Dakota. You don't like the cold, go to Alabama. Go to Mississippi. But it's Florida and Texas that people are moving to. They don't have long commutes in those cities in Dallas and Houston, San Antonio, Miami, they don't have long commute, driving 95, the I 95 in South Florida. During rush hour. We're almost any hour during the day. Now, I'll tell you why they're moving. They're moving for any number of reasons. They don't even mention taxes, for example. Is the fact that Florida has no income tax? And in California, it's about 13%. It's not even mentioned in the article that people are moving from a state states like New York and California. They're moving the most to states with no income tax. It's not even mentioned in the article.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Rep. Mike Gallagher on Chinese Companies Buying U.S. Farmland
"Is the chair of the China select committee, the select committee on the Chinese Communist Party is from Wisconsin. Shannon Gallagher, how are you? I'm fantastic here. Great to be with you. I learned this week that dusty Johnson is on the select committee. And this gives me great comfort. He's from South Dakota. We have got some common sense, suppose opposed to the people from Wisconsin, but maybe you will put him in charge of finding about the farmland issue because this has come to my attention and it greatly disturbs me that Chinese companies are buying up American farmland. Is that correct? That is correct. And both him and representative new house have a keen interest in this issue. So I intend to let them take the lead. What's interesting about this is theoretically when we reform the committee on foreign investment in the United States, approximately four years ago through a piece of legislation called firma, I know I'm using an acronym and violating our rule here, but you've thrown the flag on yourself, so that's okay. Born investment risk review modernization act. Sorry. It's a bit of a mouthful. Theoretically, we gave CFIUS the ability to review land purchases like this. Now right now it seems to regulations, the implementing regulations written by the executive branch were written in such a way where the view of treasury at least is that they don't have the authority to do that. But that was congressional intent. So one thing we may do is either try and prohibit the purchase of land by an entity that is linked to the Chinese Communist Party or a hostile foreign power or simply clarify the implementing regulations to give CFIUS the ability to block such transactions. The other thing we're seeing
AP News Radio
'Dances With Wolves' actor Nathan Chasing Horse arrested on sex abuse claims
"For his role in the movie dances with wolves has been arrested as part of a months long investigation into alleged sexual abuses against native women. Police in North Las Vegas raided the home Nathan Lee chasing his horse is said to share with his 5 wives and took him into custody Tuesday. Police records obtained by The Associated Press showed that the former actor who gained a reputation as a sort of medicine man and spiritual leader is accused of abusing his notoriety to sexually assault indigenous girls as young as 13, a search warrant shows police received a tip in October of 2022, but the allegations span two decades and include at least 6 victims in Montana, South Dakota and Nevada, according to the warrant he was banished from the fort peck reservation in poplar, Montana, amid
The Eric Metaxas Show
Larry Taunton Talks About The Real 'Toxic Masculinity'
"Talking about really toxic masculinity folks. And we were talking about Muhammad and the warrior culture and the culture of men deflowering innumerable virgins. And talk about this so people understand when we're talking about this really sick criminal phenomenon that's been happening in Great Britain, what it is we mean. What are we talking about specifically? Well, it's throughout Europe. The larger point that I'm trying to make here as it relates to my article, America's man problem, where have all the good men gone is simply this, that what is real toxic masculinity, which we find in the transgender movement. And the gay community. And then on the other side, in the truly toxic masculinity of those elements of the Islamic culture that see women as nothing but objects to be used and disposed of, the left says nothing. In fact, they empower both of those versions of toxic masculinity. Those are protected species. Meanwhile, if I go on a hunting trip and I were to post a few pictures from my hunting trip of my buddies, enjoying their time, you're going to immediately be denounced as some kind of danger to society. I mean, who could forget Cecil the lion? The guy who went on his hunting trip, the North Dakota dentist who went on a trip to Africa, shot so called Cecil the lion, and he was, I mean, people wanted him dead.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Tyler Bowyer, Lori Hinz, and Fanchon Blythe Discuss the RNC
"Have some very special guests with us. We are focusing on the RNC race. And I have some very strong opinions about if you lose, you should no longer be in charge of something. That's how we treat our football teams, our corporations, and that's how we should treat our political parties. So with us, three members of the one 68 that are going to be voting in Dana point, California. We have Lori Heinz from North Dakota. Laurie Hinton from North Dakota. And we have van John from Nebraska and Tyler Boyer. So Tyler, why don't Charlie? Why don't you introduce this whole kind of group of rebels we have here? Well, yesterday actually, these two actually put out a letter to the entire one 68 in the Republican National Committee and we can read it although a clip from it. But basically came out and said, we need new blood. We need to listen to the grassroots and we have to represent the Republican party from the grassroots level. Yes. And so these two wonderful women are some of the biggest leaders that we have in the country. Lori is one of the most famous individuals that we have in North Dakota, and we love her to dad. And John is just led rebellion in Nebraska, which is, should be the way that we do things and the Republican Party to every state. And so why don't you guys talk a little bit about your letter that you put out yesterday and what you said? Well, we collaborated on this letter is the sun. All right, we collaborated on the letter with another National Committee woman. Laura nakane Lua from Hawaii. Love Hawaiian. Aloha Laura. Laura. And she went with us and we went and we put the letter together and collaborated via messages back and forth. What we did is we decided that we all wanted to go together and do this. At the same time, make sure that people know that our grassroots are, we are listening to our grassroots and our state.
"dakotas" Discussed on WTOP
"To get to work just because our traffic jam that's going to be fixed Mister Biden says the federal government will cover 100% of the cost for smaller bridges The plows are out in parts of Minnesota Where a winter storm warning also covers the dakotas Iowa and Illinois the south the Carolinas and the northeast brace for snow sleet and freezing rain this weekend Georgia governor Brian Kemp The main message to my fellow Georgians has just bee winner weather aware this weekend The Supreme Court will hear the appeal of Washington state former high school football coach Joseph Kennedy who says his First Amendment rights were violated when he was suspended for refusing to end preying at midfield after games December retail sales slipped after a recent holiday season and on Wall Street today stocks had mostly higher but still log another losing weak the Dow closed down 202 points NASDAQ jumped 87 Now this American Queen voyages unites the North American continent from sea to shining sea with river lakes and ocean expedition cruises visit AQ voyages dot com for details 7 O three on this Friday evening it's January 14th 2022 40 in Reston our wind chills later in the single digits Good evening I'm Dmitry sodas And I'm Kyle Cooper the top local stories we're following this hour the new year is only two weeks old and so far full of snowstorms the latest winter blast is coming on Sunday We've got full details just ahead but first Just breaking this evening a woman was killed today in front of a Silver Spring bank after police say she was run over by an SUV driven by her husband The man now faces first degree murder charges and as we hear from TOP's Matt small these people have just been identified by police Montgomery county police say officers found the body of 59 year old alca hamon Shu Tana in front of the capitol one bank and Silver Spring at the corner of New Hampshire avenue and wolf drive just before noon Police tell WTO P or 59 year old husband magal haman Shu Tana who was behind the wheel of a white SUV and struck her intentionally as she exited the bank then backed up and did it again before striking a light pole and leaving the vehicle on drivable Magnol Herman she was charged with first degree murder after being arrested without incident Police say he's been cooperating with investigators Matt small wtop news We are bracing for another winter weather storm this weekend and some are still dealing with the consequences of last week's storm Virginia governor out northam has now declared a state of emergency to prep for the heavy weather It'll be one of his final acts as governor Our team coverage starts with Neil augenstein Significant amounts of snow slate and ice starting Saturday night just hours after Glenn youngkin is sworn in as governor The governor elect and his emergency response team were in on the conference call with governor northam the outgoing governor says the state of emergency gives emergency responders some time to prepare and move supplies and equipment where they think they'll be needed most Neal law can stay double you TLP no And road crews around the region are already preparing for this next round of winter weather that rolls in Sunday afternoon Snow cruise in Maryland Virginia and D.C. are sending out an early warning to stay off the roads this weekend as a high impact storm will dump snow freezing raid and ice on the region but for drivers who must travel Maryland highway administration spokeswoman cheery Christian says lo is the way to go At least ten miles an hour is slower than the posted limit Especially on elevated surfaces Those bridges overpasses and ramp Those are the areas that are going to freeze first And don't crowd the plow give them room to clear the roads Gigi Barnett W TOP news The last big winter storm here acted unpredictably but power company say this time they are ready for whatever comes We have proactively staged our crews around the service territories so that they can respond efficiently That's Casey Holland's with rappahannock electric cooperative but we're hearing that and similar information also from Pepco and Dominion Energy We've also called in support or mutual aid Now depending upon your situation with supplies you'll want to do storm prep around the house as needed In our rural areas where you don't have water during a tower outage Fill up your bathtub so that you have that water supply for flushing Three people are in the hospital after a fire this afternoon and land over one person seriously hurt This was just.
"dakotas" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Making that film was pretty nuts because it was fairly recent that she passed and we shot it in the town that they lived the family and in a house right down the street from the house that they lived and where she died. And everyone knew her in this town. It's a really small town called fairhope in Alabama. And I would go into it we'd go to a restaurant for dinner and the hostess would be like, oh, Nicole used to sit here and she would order this and it was just that's weird. That's not normal when you make a movie and people everywhere will tell you things about her. So I was constantly informed and constantly living in this. It wasn't on a stage. It wasn't totally fake. It wasn't it was very, very real and her daughters came to visit set and it was a really beautiful time. It felt like definitely being out of time and in a bubble. Yeah. So our 2020 comes comes around and all of our lives are thrown off track by the insanity of what happened in the spring and has been happening saints. But you did not, a lot of people, their inclination is to put on pajamas and order Postmates and just literally zoom in to work. You have been working at a pace that is probably faster than ever in different going from one bubble of a sort to another. But the one that I think was the first chronologically. And I think the one that we really are going to want to talk about the most is the last starter, which this audience just saw.
"dakotas" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Of locked in. So there was a lot of trust put in Jamie and I. Yeah. Now in and around those I guess before and after the first film and then somewhere around the other two, you were doing you began to really do a lot of other very different stuff with a wide variety of very good directors. And I just want to prompt you if you have anything you'd like to say about a few of them. Black mass, you were the girlfriend of lady bulger for director, writer director Scott Cooper, who actors who are not necessarily fans of everyone like Christian Bale's a very specific guy. Loves working with Scott Cooper. They can't stop working together. I know. She's so annoying. Cast me. Because. What makes what makes people want to work with actors want to work with Scott like that and what was your experience with black mets? I loved working on that movie because of the I mean, so cool to do like a Boston mob movie in the 70s. And to, you know, work opposite Johnny Depp was like very inspiring and he's an a crack an incredible actor. And Scott was, I think that the environment he creates is really uplifting for an actor feeling like good. So maybe people like to hear that? Yeah. He was an actor, yeah. Yeah, he was an actor. He's just like a very warm person, and he makes you feel like he makes everyone feel like you're in this, you know, like, family, this group, and it's in that you're making something special in the set is really respected. It's very quiet. It's very serious but not self serious. So it felt very, that's probably why I love working with him. Also, I think when a director really sees you in a way that other people don't or other directors don't, or maybe you don't see yourself. It's incredibly fortifying, I think, for an actor because that's everything. I think for me, especially as wanting to find out new things that I can do or be new people. And just to have her on the point that you were working quite a lot. The first Fifty Shades was 2015, black mass was 2015, and then so two was a bigger splash, the first of the two movies you did with Luca guadagnino. Who is at that time was probably best known for I am love. Now maybe best known for calling by her name. But in between are these two very special movies that you guys did together in a bigger splash in 2015 and then suspiria in 2018, you and tell the swinton in both of them and that in itself might be something we should talk about because a very special access to there. But just how did it sound like there was there was an unexpected first meeting with Luca that got this all rolling, right? Yes. Yesterday I was told his birthday..
"dakotas" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"And Jamie also looked after me and I looked after him and we got to a place with each other where like, you know, at the time, intimacy coordinators didn't exist. Right. Which like, I don't know what that would have even done, because we had people on set that were consultants like we had this man who was himself a BDSM that was his life. And so he taught us everything. And it was almost like how you would imagine people learning how to sword fight in a movie. But using a riding crop and a flogger, but there's an etiquette to everything and how you hold certain things and what you do with the and it was so interesting to learn. So it became more of like less of like a scary, sexy, weird stuff, and more of like wanting to really get it right for the people that really wanting to respect this type of sexuality and that to me was really cool. And learning about it was really cool. I don't know what it would have been like if someone if a woman was like, or anybody, was there, you know, saying, Dakota is it okay if Jamie touches you here? Jamie and I really had to figure it out for ourselves and really protect each other and then make sure that everyone knew what our plan was. Because it was, it was the kind of thing where it was too vulnerable for other people to dabble in it. Does that make sense? Yeah, and I wonder if you can just set the scene for folks who are trying to picture what it's like making a movie on a lot of movies. You know, there's sort of behind the scenes photos and you'll see there's a zillion people standing behind the camera doing different functions or just hanging around or whatever. Were you guys able to do more of a closed set? Oh, yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Completely closed set. We would have the camera operator and Sam. Yeah. And like a boom operator in the room. And then, you know, after you get to know everybody, we filmed all three movies in Vancouver. Tony, the sound guy would be like laying on the floor with a boom like this. And we'd just be like, making jokes the whole time. It's like it's uncomfortable for everybody. I think. So the first movie comes out and is a huge, first of all, there's a big promo ahead of that big publicity push, of course, and then it does very well. And I would imagine that you're.
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"And this is a special live episode being recorded at Chapman's felino theater in orange, California. In front of an audience of my students and other members of the community of this great film school. Today we are privileged to be joined by an actress who is a third generation Hollywood star. But who, since popping up in a brief but memorable turn in David Fincher's the social network, 11 years ago, has very much made her own name in the business. Now 32, she shot to fame through a trilogy of blockbuster films released between 2015 and 2018, which were inspired by the bestselling Fifty Shades books by EL James. But it has been primarily through arthouse films that she has established her artistic bona fides. Among them, Luca guadagnino is a bigger splash in 2015 and suspiria in 2018, Michael Schwartz and Tyler Nelson's, The Peanut Butter Falcon in 2019. And this year, Maggie Gyllenhaal's directorial debut, the lost daughter, in which she plays an overwhelmed young mother who establishes a connection with a woman who was in her shoes, decades earlier. The Netflix film is coming to select theaters on December 17th and then to the streaming platform on December 31st. But rolling out on the fall film festival circuit since September, it has already brought our guests some of the best reviews of her career. And it has brought her to Chapman today. Would you please join me in welcoming a very talented actress and producer who also happens to be this week's THR CoverGirl Dakota.
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"This week is dr matthew farber and assistant professor of technology and innovation and pedagogy at the university of northern colorado and founder of the gaming seal lab his researches at the intersection of game based learning and social and the motion learning. He studies affinity spaces of educators. Who use games in the classroom. And how they afford student agency while also teaching skills of empathy design thinking and systems thinking. He also works in youth initiatives around game design as a form of self expression. Thanks for joining us again. Matt of super appreciate that. You're here i was looking here. I was trying to find the previous outside and get gas when that was april of twenty. Eighteen was when we first had you on education. You must have been one of our. I guess i'm thinking one of the first episodes. So why don't you start with. How have you and your family been. And how has your transition because back then. I believe you were middle school teacher right correctly. That's see two thousand eighteen. I would have been here in colorado. Yes okay so what was that transition like though when you were as far as in the classroom to transitioning to being a professor even moving from the east coast to the mountain west. That's a really good question without like trying to be politically cordial to any listeners. Who are on the east coast. Yes big fans of the move out here to colorado. It's just an amazing state. We'll just say that. yes you know. Everybody's super nice except examples when you're driving on the highway you and you need to change lanes and you put on your directional people actually don't speed up two floors you off exit. So that's been a pleasant change shopping and other example you're at any store walmart target supermarket and you have one or two items you know and You're on a regular line. People people almost make you go in front of them. Go ahead go ahead. Yeah it was so that all those bits a little unnerving at first right mayo. what's going. We'll suspect yeah i can. I was from the east coast so it was like the running joke was like you know we're a witness relocation out here but now it's been great because like you know we could take get up for breakfast and go to rocky mountain national park and come back from lunch essentially So dramatic sisters and staycationing and three like outdoor culture. Here which is awesome and for the lockdown We were fortunate enough to be in a location. We were to stay safe and like door dash and all that and and car delivery but like were one of the few states. That got to seventy percent by july fourth for a vaccinations which goods so and then you know. University like many others online. I would say the. I guess if you're talking about moving from teaching middle school to teaching at the university level That was that was That was a little different. Because what i teach is. I teach masters student Know teachers basically master students and phd. Students but i also do teach undergraduates. Pre service teachers. And i teach that basically every semester. So it's really nice to imbue. We like you know. I know your style of teaching line. So if you that to teacher so they can do that in the field and it's always interesting. Will you work as speaker over zoom last semester. Your school so interesting to them like it out now. this is really true. This is what lots of teachers do. This sort of thing like they actually teach mike fast or they actually. This is real grades thing. I'm not just the looney or something you know. And there's a convincing right. There was a bit of convincing with that for some undergraduates. Until until the pandemic with my with my mom knows what google classroom ants right here like you know social emotional learning on the news right. Suddenly it's like way right in the forefront right so there's no doubt like why am i learning this or why this class because it was require course in content area classes. If you're a teacher why am i in this course. Well here's twine. Here are all these other forms of literacy right that you can learn that are enhanced with technology so I would say it was really exciting to To teach teachers. And i'm still teaching in the classroom aspects. Were interesting but i guess the most jarring for anybody who goes to academia is one of course a posture syndrome and two is all. It's remember to college is all that empty space during the day. It's not the class schedule of being a classroom teacher. Yes it's really different types of schedule. Full days off in the middle of the week. Sometimes i've the face to face. Teaching in the fall is a couple of hours a week but then again their service. There's all the committees sitting on The school the university and then all of course dissertation committees and then there's all the research and publication and suddenly all those side projects counted. Because i know you're involved a lot of these side projects you know. All those suddenly are be that counts at the university level. Oh i love that. I do all the side. It's like wow i can. I can write a book or i can do. Research about games. You know are all these things that already interests me and they count for my work. That became very exciting. But it's yeah. It's nice to have the free time i can go pick up my son from school or i can like you know. I can do random things sometimes during the day. If i need to but then again you're always on the clock out. It's always writing all the time you know and it's even worse than amplify chocolate by games and experiences. You know you can go to disneyland and like wow. This is really interesting. I can't stop thinking about this. So one of the things you just pointed out there and it might lead into what. I was kind of thinking of having to next. But you talked about the main thing being the moving from the classroom traditional classroom into professorship and academia being the.
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"It's like okay couple real questions. Then it's do you offer discounts by the way the now. Can i register with portuguese order. The answer snow can change my conference. Registration the answer's no can't i can't tell my registration and request to refund no one policy. We don't have one. I have more billing your ticket. You get your ticket then what else you can't film sessions. There's no catastrophe or army allowed him the session. So it's you can't. I don't know there's something about it just made me uncomfortable and and it kind of there definitely seems to be a huge money drive with a instagram presence. That says smiles and happiness. And i don't know. Maybe i'm not a good capitalist but those two things don't work together for me. I would agree with you i. I was hoping that i would find the hidden the hidden message the hidden thing that was there maybe something more. That's like a blazing fire That was like oh god. Let's stay away from this but a agree with you a hundred percent about that. I don't even know anybody not even one person if you're listening. Please let us know if you went to this. 'cause i wouldn't know. Dm us talk to us because we want to know if we're wrong or what this was about just in general Because i don't even know one person that went to it. So that's that's another thing that's weird like you're right. I'd never heard of it. It's huge right now. Because of the you know supposed- i can't believe this all the stuff. But i look at their even their instagram Pages one hundred and thirty eight thousand people it soup or like i am telling you right now. I'm looking at. This is super pro their website. You looked at it very professional. I mean high amounts of money and investment went into that in the way that that's actually formulated in the way that it works and the way that it sucks you into the free products so that you can go possibly go purchase products to. It's very very well done. And you're right. Maybe it's just a big like capitalistic. You know suck in of people in and people go there and get pictures professionally. Done and and get hyped up. I mean even get your on. Is it interesting. it's leaving. Do leading the weirdest thing to me was as i was looking at this threat and we linked to the thread from from alex so so check that out because it's interesting but one of the top. Replies was from corey graham and she was screen shotting someone who was at the conference and gave kind of a reflection of how unstoppable.
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"I mean it is difficult to stay on it. What they are doing and the manipulations of the board and on these just. There's some scape. The skate parks themselves that they're using. It's just terrifying. How bad you could actually hurt yourself. Even the way that they bail and only slightly hurt themselves is is also very athletic and skill intensive so it was a little off putting. I genuinely was a little off putting seeing them wearing ear buds in an olympic sport but then i thought it was like who cares like the moment. Okay that's weird. But really who cares. And i think a lot of the people complaining about skateboarding like just stopped watching. 'cause they're to me. There's no world in which you watched someone skateboard and do at that level and go. How on earth did they make skateboard. Go in the air but there's nothing holding it. They're just they're on it and this is one in the air. I don't get it. it's magic it's beyond my capabilities. My dad is probably the. The quintessential old crotchety man. And he's not really old enough to be as crotchety as he is but he is and he'll listen to this. Tell me that he's offended by these comments. And i don't care and he said oh. Yeah okay so we actually watched it for a little bit. And i won't admit i was pretty impressed. See my old man can be impressed by its. Yeah it's just too cool. It's yes it's super cool and it again. That's kind of one of the great things. I think about the olympics themselves. I wasn't exactly what it'd be watching it or anything. I turned it on and there was some weird sport was adamant and we my wife and i love badminton and we're like look watch. These people play badminton. This is not. This is not your backyard badminton. This is insane Same thing with table tennis and just some of these other sports that it's just people have become these just amazing athletes in and are able to go at a display their skills every four years and my by youngest son especially has been fascinated with just all these strange jewish kennedy sports like like. We're trying to figure out okay. What are the rules here. Even the skateboarding. Thank you know where you have certain amount for your runs. You could do the trick parts you know whatever might be so superfund. I'm glad that it happened because it was canceled from last year. Obviously and then now it's on this year And of course people left. Watch the the main sports the gymnastics. I suppose basketball. I'm not sure maybe swimming. I'm not sure you know what she's wearing is kind of a big one in the summer. I feel like it's a big summer and gymnastics is always up there so i not huge into the olympics. I think it's fine. Whatever i don't stake in a stock in my my my patriotism. In how many medals we get and but i will say. See skateboarding on there. It was pretty cool. I'm yeah that's that's kick butt kicked. But so usually mike ni- i wanted to bring you into and i was thinking about this podcast itself. The john roberts was on a different podcast being interviewed for the ed tech bites. Podcast i was doing it in spanish and we were talking about obviously at tech and specifically this case about game based learning and micro but i was as as we were doing the interview. Posted avails like what is on education really about threads so there is a bunch of different stuff in one of the topics that usually are what are the sources of discussions. Usually is edgy twitter. Whether for the good or the bad for everything else in between you know as far as the thing goes and this week is is is no surprise. We're bringing in a few different topics in the first one was something that i know. We've talked about several times on the podcast. I think it was related to this teacher. That had this room. That was basically a harry potter. Themed room and it was like someone snapped their figured..
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"Like one point my wife said oh that was actually really has like i think that was a double mctwist to not grind. I remember my tony hawk correctly from pretty sure. Yes yes for sure so you were so you were a skater. Not i played. Tony hawkes skater. That was what i did. Oh that's where you got it. He's good at tie played so much. Tony hawk pro skater. So you know. That's a fantastic. Game it is. That's that's a underrated on top one hundred list. I just thought of that right now. That it's usually not doesn't appear on those kind of top one hundred. Listen as it should because they've revolutionized that type of genre where you can go and play an open world right. It was kind of open world. They go you skate parks so much time and stuff like it was crazy. I will say the craziest thing about it is. I was it and the women's skateboarders right there was. There was a french skateboarder. Her name is charlotte him. I looked this up after the fact that she was twenty. Eight years old. And if i heard them right she is a skateboarder and also a doctor and neuroscience and think that's fair like you can't be both of those things. I don't think okay i don't. I don't all right with that. What a gifted can human. You people don't understand though brad. How difficult like i i. I was going to rant about how people were complaining about skateboarding being in the olympics as a sport and how they can't stand that to whatever because you know. They're wearing their ear buds. While they skateboard that was that was the sign that it's not a real sports yet. We classify things like bowling and Sorry no i was thinking golf. Golf is very skill. Highly intensive is very difficult to do darts. i was thinking about darts to very skill-intensive but like have you ever been on escape for. That's what i wanna ask him just to stay on a skateboard and just go down a sidewalk without hurting yourself. You could ask my younger brother who my nephew guide escape. Board was early probably ten or eleven years old. Got it for christmas and he was trying to impress them. Right gets the skateboard is on the driver just gets on. It goes about five feet if flips out from underneath him cracked ribs..
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"Murders are little of sharks. Yeah i say Let's see for people wind related accidents with bouncy houses. Ten deaths in the last fifteen years. No not bad okay. More than i would have expected more dangerous and right now. I'm not going to be to be that. Annoying uncle is more dangerous than a shark. Attack right mic. Check the numbers on that again. Sorry old school. That's not true there does seem to be a dining trend among sharks where they like. Eat people doing silly stuff like the shark just like tried to eat somebody who's parasailing. That there was a kite surfer who was attacked by a pod of sharks and killed i would. I would be interested to see if that our if there's some crossover yes zorba. Tax of sharks absorb low-cong vs godzilla. Type yeah yeah like that will lang standard. ip Will we will look into that before. You're on next but This has been such a pleasure having you. Where can people find you and folly all they can In i've had a pleasure as well gentleman and they can find me at Langston kerman on all platforms twitter and instagram. Please don't try to find me on facebook. I'm off of that toxic Thing for the time being. I think and You can always listen to my podcast. It's called my mama told me it's on Iheart in big money players and I get to talk a lotta shit about conspiracy theories with black people. It's a good time great show. Is there a tweet or some of the work of social media. You've been enjoying yes so Recently an extremely old tweet from shack and a tweet from oh nine Resurfaced on my time line from from shaq. Shaquille o'neal himself and he writes in. This is all a. I wanna step it out just so you guys understand. How funny this is. He writes dis nuts comma. A how got y'all if you fell for that come on now l. o. L. l. l. mfa a. o. A ha- got you all. Why check drunk and we give this man millions and millions of dollars in endorsement money and television time every year because he had big feet in ninety two and he's playing these nuts on twitter. You did get me though on that. I have to admit lizzani got us all jack. He's nuts ha what i'm sorry. Well didn't even give me a chance to react is that the setup and the punchline is the same thing if you if you get to write down these nuts you you win. Sorry mas where can people find you. And what the tweet you've been enjoying twitter. Instagram miles of gray Also other podcasts. For twenty day fiancee. We're talking ninety day. High and tweets pass guests. Melissa stettin at melissa said she tweets. If you love injuries you'll love the nba followed through everybody's going down honest disney thing for me to fuck out. Yeah also marcella. Arguello past guests She just sort of quote tweeted another thing. But i just like i like her set up to this really good tweet. You said this joke is so perfectly written. That i actually hate it. And it's a tweet from zach. Vile at zach. Vivey e tweeting. Brad pitt was married to jennifer aniston. Now he's dating a woman half his aides. This do went from gen. Ada gen z. Right real easy real real good construction better than that actually may. That's up there with these nuts. Ha gosh y'all's stupid. You can find me on twitter at jack. Underscore o'brien Couple things. I've been enjoying on twitter. Psc commenter tweeted. Every tv in america should automatically cut away to any shohei ohtani at that like a weather. Alert on board with that is just nonstop every day. The new home run new successful outing. On the on the mound. And somebody tweeted. Picture of a chucky cheese where chucky cheese is sitting in black and white in an old chugging cheese and there is a confederate flag on the wall. They tweet chucky cheese used to plant a confederate flag and fund abortions. Please tweeted robert entertainment lee. 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"Dad's push leading now trying to fix the pussy eating in this country. I like all right. Let's talk about that lady. That caused the tour de france crash. She was apparently a fugitive like there. There is a mr bean movie in probably like a documentary if if there were cameras around but she was a fugitive for three days from from the law. I hadn't seen this video until this morning but all seen the video. I have not. What does she do if you just search toward a france crash. Okay 'cause you. I want you to be able to see this. Because it's this woman was holding a sign to get on camera and she fucked up the entire peleton and an in caused like a twenty person crash. Whoa and her pose before she knocks the entire torture fronts. Down is embarrassing. Like her hosing in an embarrassing way. And then the entire field of riders down and it like the second she is struck by the red ryder. She gives a cartoonish like ooh girl. Upper body whipped around. Because she's like a fucking come on a road race in your stepping into the road with your elbows out holding a long cardboard sign that says like. Let's go grandma grandpa. and yet she struck this one. Writer and created an entire fucking chain-reaction were dozens of participants. That were in the tour de france. They just went down to the point. Where after that one of the like the head organizer of the thing is like. We're going to sue her for that shit. Whoa but it's also like brought into it. A lot of writers have also like this is kind of been a talking point amongst the riders is like around safety around the course to. Because it's like we'll come on like you gotta race this important but some idiot with with cardboard sign in a dream to be on. Tv completely upend the entire race. I mean luckily no like super seriously injured but there was one guy who had to like for like pull out of the tour de france altogether. Because you got ran over by a bunch of other bikes holy shit and so. She's rooting for grandparents. But they're not in the race. I so confused about i exactly. That's why it's like one of these weird. I'm gonna chalk it up to people being indoors too long and now they're like this is my chance to get some attention and get out there and just be in the middle of a road like just cheese in on camera and just destroying the race for people but you know the in this is going to be a controversial take but i do think at some point we just have to start like somebody should shoot her legs like trade her likely free courses and they do not the thing that like a horse runs and then he injures himself. We put the horse down and this is a brain injury if you go to another person's race and thank that holding up a sign for your grandparents is a reasonable decision so we should shoot her in the legs or or the are her marker writing arm. You mean punitive should happen. That makes it clear for her in the future. Should you do this. We're going to take out your other. Appendages yeah i like yeah. I mean wasn't what would be doing like so. This is one version. But it reminds me of steve bartman. The chicago cubs fan That you know who really really had it bad and because this woman apparently had a similar bartman ask like fleeing thing where not to knock people out. She was like oh shit. And everyone's like fucker you doing as she ditched or signed in like vanished. And that's what she's on the run for three days. 'cause i'm out fuck that i'm not. I'm not facing this but there's something there's just a steve bartman quality that i loved to. Which is someone who probably wanted to be be there in the name of you know good kind competition and be part of it just ended up becoming the focal point and like just a lightning rod for people right like a very specific very weird energy in her split-second on the global stage. Like her the post she's doing while she's and the sign itself langston like you were saying. Go grandma and grandpa's just a weird thing to be saying on the sign and she's like striking. This weird pose like bartman who was wearing a turtleneck and headphones like listening to the game when he completely fucked up the cubs chance at making it to the world series that season. And all i'm saying is if we shooter in the legs in her hand or whatever it is that feels most appropriate for her decision. Then she no longer is public enemy number one because something punitive happened that feels satisfying for everybody involved. If i fell off my bike. I'm cool 'cause her legs got shot if i favor racer lost the race. This lady got in the way. It's fine because she got a bullet in her legs. It's it's easiest solution and we consider it out did you from illinois chicago air. I'm from right outside chicago. Okay how did did you have feelings. Around the steve bartman. I mean not that you. I don't know if you give a fuck about the cubs or not but what was that. What was there a feeling locally. Nothing broken. I don't care about baseball and if i had to pick i would pick the white sox just because that's more of like the working class team in chicago whereas like the cubs is a lot of like transplants and People who Just need a reason to get drunk and ruined the city. You know i. yeah. I don't feel anything about The apartment but that's not a good answer for your podcast. So i he ruined my shit. My father and i don't speak anymore because of see i'll never forgive him. I think he lived in arizona or some shit now yeah they tracked down and basically unlike a lifelong witness protection program. Jesus christ i mean 'cause there's nothing that's less reasonable than a drunk white guy who's a sports fan like the they were not. They weren't like well. Let's think about his feelings and like he probably. He just seems like an awkward. Dude they right. I think they went hard after he just wanted that baseball. And it really ruined a lot of people's hopes dreams right. Oh just side. Note steve. Bartman got a world series ring when they won in two thousand sixteen that's that's kinda cute hong rickets the owner gifted him with it. He said well. No gesture can fully lift the public burden. He has endured for more than we felt. It was important. Steve knows he has been and continues to be fully embraced by this organization after all he has sacrifice we are proud to recognize the bartman with this gift while so they were like yo. We beat your ass so bad that you deserve a diamond ring fan cubs organization because he had to leave your town and hide for decades fun. I also want to say like his thing was a split-second decision. Baseball's in.
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"Do that like i researched online. It seems easier. Like the look of like panic on my wife's face. When i said that like someone's already on the way jack sorry go. Maybe that's what i have to do. Because i don't think i'm more handy than you are. I'm i'm pretty incapable of doing. Most traditionally masculine things. And so i think. Maybe i just need to volunteer more often and then cause some destruction. I just had to start communicating. I said look. I'm going to struggle with this. And i'm not interested in like struggling to the point. Where like i'm gonna lose my cool about it like in it's worded. I think for for the sake of our relationship to pay somebody to do this work. So i've i've tried. I've tried the communication and it does seem to be having any effect shit. Well good luck to you. I'm bad at all including a like collecting tools like creating a tool set. I have like four hammers and then never like the screwdriver. That i need catches like my can't find the hammer. Better go to the hardware store and buy. That might come home immediately. Find the hammer. That i couldn't find before but realized that i don't have like screw. I'm just i'm hopelessness has like a collection of like ball pene hammered. That's basically it got one of those giant like a two two sided saws that people use to chop trees but but no phillips head screwdriver. Right i never find langston. What is something you think is underrated. Oh this is exciting. So my mother-in-law moved in with us and she's the one that bought that god damn canopy. You know everybody's responsible for my frustrations but one of the things that she has added in a beautiful way to this home is a reasons candy. You guys know reasons yes. They're sort of like if you put a tootsie roll inside of Side of actual chocolate better chocolate and those fuckers are good and i don't like tootsie rolls. I'm i'm sort of like indifferent about tootsie rolls. But god damn are reasons hitting the spot. She keeps a jar full of them in the in the kitchen every day. So papas love him. What's happening here. Wow are i. espn is okay. Okay yeah i'm not big on tootsie rolls but i do believe i've had like some of those in the adding chocolate to the tootsie roll like makes it helps throws i'm the same zero. Just feel like fucking imitation. Chuck leg is nothing. Like i see what you're trying to do two zero. But it's you're not doing it and i get there's a certain group of deprave people who appreciate that but i think the chocolate coating on the reason helps sort of cover the rest of the the candy are eating so you do have at least you get that. Hit of chalk real chocolate power through the rest. It's a touch of class this a little bit of that you've added to this otherwise Filthy little candy served me. I like it. I like what's happening. Yeah that's cool that you the your mother-in-law's living with you guys that's going to become so helpful once you once. You have this baby from the same people who brought us worders so it is yes the same girardi. Okay that makes sense not a joke. The bags are very The like writing same similar like the energy of it all. Yeah right because it's like this isn't for children u. yet this is marketed towards this marketed. Towards the the mature. It's not they're not having like cartoons cartoon als and shit on that. I'll fuck that all about a nice strong sturdy font and like some browns and yellows them it feels like If they saw al like licking a reason they shoot it mounted above their rianne. Yeah oh that's the reason. Logo cpap commercial just stuff tax dr meat and sitting on a mantle. I love i the one tootsie roll. That i don't mind is the fruit flavored tootsie roll. 'cause i think that's my issue with tootsie rolls is that they are fruit candies. That are like i'm i love starburst. I love a fruity chewy. Like chocolate chewy. Yeah hi choose exactly but a chocolate. He doesn't work for me. But then every once in a while you'll get the like lemon tootsie roll or the cherry. I think there is handles. Those are pretty houses. Never had them. I think there's i think i just got to like i don't know as a kid i really was like rigid about the candia eight because like i wasn't just all about the sugar i was like i have really specific think tastes and the tootsie rolls like i remember as a kid. I don't know if you had like a bucket of your halloween candy. That just sort of no hell. Yeah sort of abdin flowed over the years. Because you'd get through that first week post halloween and then you're sort of left with all the candy that you you weren't as into and then the next year comes around you like add to it and that was always just weird tootsie roll stuff in like we're chewy shit. Yeah i i love fruit as i think. You're you're spot on with that. And i do. Also i had that book but it wasn't. It wasn't so much tizi roles as it was tootsie pops then that ended up being the the leftovers for like dumb dumbs idea. Fuck with dumbed down. Yeah i certain flavors you know you you. Ah pena colada got a sour apple. That's the best but then you get some weird ones like fucking great. It's come on dumdum. You know what you do come on dumbed on the degree to which big banking and dentistry like propped. Up the dum-dum Industry for some was like that. There's just something about the fact that you get that when you were a kid that like really gave them what hap- i feel like i could trust worth investigating where they lobbying like the banking association's to be like this is what you need to have all your banks in all of your administrative buildings like that's that's a fucking contract. Yes i feel like the coke brothers knew about belly and dumped dives like there. There's some sinister shit happening with the dump dumb community. Yeah ackley we need to look into the spangler candy company saying here that sounds evil coke. Brothers had a part of my childhood. They may see cups coke brothers. May dixie cups. Yep oh yeah brawny paper there and all kinds of paper goods rise. what How much money you might be given the the coke pros. I guess that makes sense. I never knew how in one of them's dead so we got one more to go but I never knew how. Much the coke i. I never knew how they got their money. But that makes sense. They weren't just Born wealthy they probably sold some shit. They were born wealth. you least. They're always said just born addition to the oil well that they had from their father selling oil to the nazis. Oh yeah yeah. So they're evil legacy evil through and through to an almost impressive degree. While it's.
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"Martin lawrence killing in that wig. Yeah i mean could remember who can would forget eddie murphy's portrayal in the klumps. I mean just several everybody yeah. Multiple dresses multiple women. It's you know it's a tough call. What what's the kid cutty dressing. I just like randomly saw that cross the headlines. He wore address on snl and that was controversial for some reason. I think he wore the dress. Both it was a weird cross pollination of things in that he wore a dress that was patterned after. Kurt cobain dress that he wore in the nineties on. Snl ray and then he also was lied. Sort of making it a a more feminine dress. I guess was part of i. Guess where the controversy kicked in of like him mimicking cart cobaine but also making it. Sort of like a sexier spaghetti strap type joint when kirk cobain was a little more of a a schoolgirl. Type dress i guess yeah right her fitted by the girl. I felt like was the vibe. That yeah he cut. He's looks just good like a good a good dress. He as the resident fashion expert. Here decree that too good dress ready. What is something like seeing you take is overrated overrated. Oh boy something that That's super overrated. I i had to put up a fucking canopy thing. My wife and i are are having a child soon on congressional. Maybe shower this weekend. And i was asked to help. Put up a canopy like structure for our backyards for this baby shower. And whatever company is responsible for that canopy is overrated ashamed of themselves. It took us hours. It was very difficult and out. Never forgive them for the amount of shame it brought to my household as me and my wife. My pregnant wife argued in our yard in front of our gardner who is helping with said construction. Also unwittingly third party had to have a front row seat to that screen for just the third party the landscaper. He was there and then his grandson who he brought a the port of that active. He brought him along. And then my wife kept being snarky about the fact that i wasn't screwing something in right and then we argued in front of him and i could tell. The grandson didn't love what he was being. Whitten forced the witness right. Right right wasn't one of those. I'd shade sails like one of those like little kind. You just have to attach it and keep it rigid and attached to another point or were you really go full on structure that you know. This was full on like a building. This builder level like construction and bob. That's not what i do do you. Don't make me physical labor. The exact same way i'm Unfortunately i'm i'm. I'm learning skills over time while how to do things around the house but i remember when one of the times i moved and my partner we were just. She was like yo. We have to put these fucking curtains in. I almost fucking like like did the thing where i vanished for years. I got trying to drill something into like just to get curtain rods up and i was like i gotta go like to the desert and like just get my shit right because i think i'm gonna give up on everything. Yes we see very wander off into the desert muttering to yourself and curtain. That's the problem. We don't talk enough. About how many deadbeat dads are probably running away from earth. Right right ran. Unreasonable ass is that that may is gonna make me go out for cigarettes. It's not the people i like. The people you guys are asking for too much. Because i don't wanna struggle in front of y'all in front of my family because you know Gender norms dictate that. I'm supposed to be good at this. So when i don't arrive at that. I have to have a reckoning with that. And because i'm not built to do that i will just implode run away if my unborn child. I will abandon her. I cannot under any circumstances led her. See me quiver. So oh man so. I'm thirteen years married. And like i am at a point now. Where if. I even suggest that i'm going to do the thing that we could like. You know hire someone on test rabbit or something to do. My wife is like absolutely not. Like i know yet. Because i'm but i've earned that by like putting just like doing irreparable that like i want to hang a door on at our old house and like i had to like sand half of like the bottom down and it was like crooked at the bottom like the thing. It was just a complete mess. And also like i almost lost my mind like i almost just drove off into the wilderness. If this had to do like a sigh up on me it would be to install a bunch of like home hardware things in a house and measuring and drilling and stuff because by the end of it. I will be so broken that you could be like okay so now. You're going to be supporting trump in this next time. Okay those sounds. Like i just need to let myself slip into the darkness and on the other side will be a bunch of people who now no not to go any further. I mean you might be more handy than me. You know like. I have friends who like upon like starting this journey of dad hood or like you know being in a in a relationship and finding themselves responsible for various tasks just like got good at them. I was just completely hopeless to the point that i just suggested that i replaced like we got a new garbage disposal. Our last one jammed up. And i was like oh. I can probably.
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"My name is jack. O'brien ak my pod. Host has a first name is j. a. c. k. Oh my pod. Host taza second name it's b. r. e. n. o. I love to listen every day. And if you ask me why. I'll say because jack o'brien has away with his. Td ak is that is courtesy of kristi yamaguchi. man. I am sitting criss. Cross applesauce with a little ruckus fishing rod in my hand in honor of the original commercial And i'm thrilled to be joined as always by my co host mr miles. I cry for mexic- pete's Taco bell to kit from the men you all on my worst days. I don't have my snacks will live return. I don't know which shadow to kristi yamaguchi main for doing the exact the to food based aka and look. I missed the shit out of the mexican pizza and it's hard to. How long has it been gone. I don't wanna talk about it. Yeah i don't want to think about it. I don't wanna talk about it. It's it's hard enough when asked to over. Explain trying to make a mexi melt to the person of drive ingredient by ingredient. I mean it's fine. It is what it is. But you know i i feel like we can come back and feel good about well miles. We are thrilled to be joined in our third seat by very counted actor comic and podcast host His debut comedy album light skin feelings was rightly named one of the ten best comedy albums of the year by vulture. You've seen him steal scenes in shows like insecure. The boys bless this mess and keenan and his podcast. My mama told me on iheart and will ferrell's big money. Players network is one of the best things we've done as a network. We are honored and thrilled to be joined by the great hilarious length stern. Kerma what an intro. God damn lies detected. No god. That was beautiful. I was going to make a joke about needing to sing an intro for myself. But then i my heart was. This is this is i mean. Yeah thrilled the. This is my first time having on the show. He's now you've been on. I think twice already right. That's right us. Dodging you prepping. There's been it's been like a long workout montage of mated all you draft dodger it also. Yeah i think so yeah. I wasn't up to the challenge. You didn't have the courage. I don't know about barbershop. Discussions learn about them. So i don't make a fool of myself miles skeptical. Every time that you're coming on. I would call him with bone spurs and my feet. Why don't we have two podcasts. Campbell and bo spurs man bounce spurs are really making it difficult for me to sit with head but you would come back with a really nice edge up and fade and. I was like what no doctor prescribed a nice haircut for. What's what's new man. I'll i'm i'm hanging you know. I just wraps Head writing pause with sam j. It's very fun. Show that people should watch and then now just back in the bullshit what show and the bullshit. It's a it's a show on. Hbo starring comedian. Sam j she's very funny. She throws a house party every week in and talks a lot of shit. It's the late night show. what school. what's it called god. Damn shame that no one's ever heard the call ause because that's how marketing works with black shows. Dan barrett is how i mean. I'll say like when when did it come out. We aired May twenty first so we just had our final episode. there's only six episodes but it just wrapped up last week so We had beautiful run. What a gorgeous run that you guys missed. But if you haven't seen it you can stream them of on. Hbo max and that that'll problems now. You haven't you are i. I like left writing out of the list of credits. But you're also like a head writer. You have multiple careers that people would jack trick a lot of people into letting me do i hope to expose their ignorance and somehow still continue to trick more people. What's the biggest jig you got where you thought you aren't. You are not as confident. And you're like oh okay yeah i did. The i literally was not qualified to be a head writer before was dead writer of anything and For some reason these motherfuckers fell four and it seems to be working out. Who knows do you think part of it though too is like you know like we think there's a specific sk skill said that you need or a whatever you have to do when really like i feel like oh good head right like you just you have your the have the ability to identify good ideas in nurture the good ones and filter out the bad ones more than like. How many rooms have you been on your way. Look when liam niessen when he got on that phone and he said i have a specific set of skills you know. He doesn't know for sure that he's going to be able to murder all of those guys right. There's a part of him. That's like maybe i'll get my ass kicked by speak with the level of confidence right. That suggests he can murder. Everyone and i think that's I approach to comedy and in performing generals like now when a murder and then probably some of y'all are going to beat the shit out of me. Confidence is what confidence man is what we'd call. We gotta sell it all right. We're going to get to know you a little bit better. In a moment. I read tell our listeners. A few of the things. We're talking about moore talking about another crisis at the border being manufactured by the republicans. We'll talk about why trump might be in trouble after all on. We'll talk about that lady. That caused the tour de france crash. They finally caught her but man what a what a legend and most importantly of all. We'll talk about that clifford. The big red dog trailer drops heli that plenty more but first langston. What is something from your search history. Oh this was fun for the podcast. Recently i had to look up The history of black men wearing dresses on television historically how frequently that happens than where it it all comes from it. So that was a fine unpacking of whether or not this is rooted in some sort of terrible racism or just nigga is being silly and they coskun misogyny like which one is it. Yeah homophobia there's a lot of fun to to find underneath. What may just be a bit was there. Did you find anything sort of conclusive or was there. Even any sort of academic thought put into this idea. I think the hard part of it is that academia has very little to do with funny brian. So it there is a shit ton of academic thought in. None of it's funny and all of it seems to step on like at the end of the day. No those articles were as good as big momma's house. Two with the fuck are we. Are we debating here. I know maybe they shouldn't be forced to wear dresses. Is this in theory. Some sort of like attempt to emasculate of black men. It's possible but got damn is.
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"Legislation That data privacy legislation though is outward from the state government. I again as i spoke about a while ago. Right internally within state government were already securing arcada. Ready categorizing Our data and making it usable by our agencies ir citizens so we already have that level of governments within the within the four walls of the state But i think that that that legislation around data privacy and how it can be leveraged. By is i i as i as i read the national review for example on around data privacy rights. It's it's beginning to coalesce even more and the inning. Two people are beginning to see the realities The bad of what can happen with data privacy if you read books like Weapons of mass destruction or human compatible. Right you can see kind of some of the bad things can happen if you don't have good governance transparency audibility and explain ability in place So i think that in my mind that technology is certainly certainly Morphine and becoming more usable. More pervasive more ambient if you will but also think that governance is going to going to have to assume that same same Audibility explain ability and transparency and become more ambient as well yeah. We reported that book. Weapons of mass destruction so we always encourage our listeners to to check out books definitely check that out and i am very excited for autonomous vehicles. So i'll have to keep an eye on. What north dakota is doing. So that i don't need to ever drive again. What dorming thank you so much for joining us today on this podcast absolutely. It's been my pleasure. I'm i'm I'm thrilled that. I got to brag about north dakota again. I came from saint louis. And i was actually one of those people who said sure. I'll move to north dakota. That sounds like fun So i think that we've got a great state. We're we're doing some amazing things here And i i say keep an eye out And keep watching. Because we're we're we're going to change the world. Yes definitely we know that you have a very technologically savvy governor as well so hopefully we'll get the chance to interview him one day so So again we want to thank you so much for listening to this podcast and dorman for being are very gracious guest. Who had a lot to say on the subject today. i'm listeners. If you've enjoyed listening to this podcast please make sure to rate us on. Itunes google spotify or your favorite podcast platform as always will post any articles in concepts discussed in the show notes including a link to the a in government panel that dorman participated on as well to linked to our machine learning life cycle event. Thanks for listening. And we'll catch you at the next podcast and that's a wrap for today to download this episode. Find additional episodes and transcripts. Subscribe to our newsletter. And more please visit our website at cognreznick dot com. Join the discussion between podcasts. On the ai today facebook group and make sure to join the cognreznick facebook page for updates on this and future podcasts. Also subscribe to our podcast in itunes. Google play elsewhere to get notified. A future episodes. Want to support this podcast and get your message out to our listeners. Then become a sponsor we offer significant benefits for today sponsors including promotion in the podcast and landing page an opportunity to be a guest on the today show for more information on sponsorship visit. The cog delivered a website and click on the podcast link. This sound recording and its contents is copyright by melinda. All rights reserved music by matsu graabo's as always. Thanks for listening to a today. Amateur at the next podcast..
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"And cognitive technology markets. How different are applying. Ai and emerging concepts and an machine learning long story short if you want to understand how a is being put into practice today and we're just heading. Please make sure to subscribe to the podcast. On your favorite podcast provider and listen to our hundreds of episodes. So we have a great guests for you here today and kathleen will introduce and welcome him here. Yes so today with us. Our guest is dorman basell. Who is the chief data officer for the state of north dakota so high doormen and thanks for joining us today. Kathleen ron thank you for the opportunity. Either to hang out with you guys for a little bit. Yeah we'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Tell them a little bit about your background. And your current role as the chief data officer for the state of north dakota. Sure sure well. Good morning everyone So my my background is You know went to college. Got a degree in computer science mathematics and then when often like everyone else When i lived in saint louis you. It was kind of a requirement. You had to work for mcdonnell. Douglas which is now boeing corporation. So did that for it. But but then after a while Got got involved in consulting and worked my way up through the Consulting ranked says developer and they as a project manager is the data architect the solution architect and then finally got into a position of driving business intelligence and analytics for a couple of large international consulting firms where ran their north america. Big data and the i practice And the great ride. A thoroughly enjoyed all of the things we did. I think we added a lot of value to Our customers which was private industry And had great teams Had a strong onshore team strong offshore kimes and delivered a lot of value. But i think two years ago Over two years ago. When i applied for this position as the chief data officer At first i really didn't want position Didn't like the idea of state government state government has has a bad connotation Of kind of a nine to five job And a people people who just weren't really motivated to To move the world change the world and my boss who i interviewed my off. Now the cio. Sean reilly Who i interviewed with his his final comment to me was well. I can't pay what you make today. But are you wanna paycheck or do want to change the world. And i had never thought about life that way. Never tried to change the world and So i decided to take on this opportunity This was the first chief data officer position for the state of north dakota so there were a lot of unknowns Certainly certainly my presence Was a bit chaotic for the organization. Because i came in with a completely different agenda and completely different way of looking at the world through the eyes of the pillars that are assigned a line to me which application development and automation. And the second pillar is data analytics data science artificial intelligence and had some very different opinions about those things. And how we might move those forward So as i became involved with this role i became an. I had made an assumption that every state had a chief data officer come to find out there are only twenty seven of us out of fifty states So it's it's an interesting It's an interesting mix of of individuals who are chief data officers and getting to know them is. It has been a really amazing opportunity because they have such a very backgrounds and they bring such such different perspectives to cheap date officer role I like to joke and tell people that the last thing i focus on data which is obviously not true but but my real focus is really around cultural change within the city physician and what that means in the context of not not necessarily data. Because i have to executives are on my team who Are just are just brilliant at running the operations and managing the two pillars within my organization. My my role is really focused around partnering with the cto or chief customer success officer and our chief information security officer around. How do we do. We changed the nature of how we use data. Let's make data usable As you can imagine in in state government As in as in any organization that i've i watched through in my thirty two thirty three years of of doing this kind of work I hear the same three things. My data quality is bad. I don't know where my data comes from on my business on excel spreadsheets That that mantra exists here We're slowly changing that. I think we do a better job than a lot of industries and and other groups that i've seen At corralling that at changing that culture and focus focusing people on actually being us data. We've got a ways to go but in the two and a half years since i've been here I think we've made some some great strides in the way. We're starting to us and think about data. Yeah that's really interesting because it's a little surprising. Only twenty seven of the fifty states have a chief data officer gets formally defined although it actually see officer role itself is fairly new so maybe not totally surprising. I'm wondering what percentage of fortune one thousand companies. I'm hoping it's much higher percentage but also people may not be aware that you know. North dakota has a pretty deep technology bench. I mean you have a governor there who who basically joined great plains and road that company gigantically and became chairman of the board last seen and lots of other companies. That's a pretty fairly interesting technology bench. And i think that's really really neat That we have technology roles that are that understand the role of technology and understand the nuances of data And i think that's fantastic and you actually shared some of those insights at an ai in government event that we ran last month december twenty twenty. Which is available if you go to a i in government dot com and you look for the past Episodes if you will the past sessions december We had a great panel of chief. Data officers of which doorman was part and he shared. You shared some really interesting insights into With your experiences as a chief data officer for the state of north dakota so for those maybe on the podcast that we want to encourage them to watch that that full panel or maybe provide a little bit of insight. You know maybe you could share some of those things that you shared with us if you can remember some of those great things about the experiences of of being. Ceo at the state.