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Australia Takes Wine Dispute With China to WTO
"Says it will formally complain to the World Trade Organization over China's decision to impose up to 200% tariffs on Australian wine in 2019 China border nearly a billion dollars worth of wine from Australia. That figures indicated since November, when Beijing imposed his tariffs, trade has virtually collapsed, showing China's ability to severely damage of foreign industry. Dante in is Australia's trade minister. We believe that we need to take every action available to us to try and resolve disputes where we think that harm has been done to sectors or industries in our economy. And in this instance, we believe that the actions taken by the Chinese government have caused serious harm to the Australian wine industry.
Tropical Storm, Dante, Kills 3 and Displaces Thousands in Philippines
Joshua H. Adams, SUNY Oswego Disaster-Themed Media
"Minute joshua h adams professor of film digital film production explains why we investigated correlations between disaster themed media and real world events in the mid nineties. America was hit by a significant increase in natural disasters. Hurricanes floods blizzards tornadoes etc. Hollywood responded by producing a plethora of disaster themed films including twister independence day. Volcano titanic dante's peak. The top ten of these disaster films made over one point nine billion dollars at the box office accounting. For over ten percent of hollywood's total income from the thousands of films made over this period. There's no doubt that during times of turmoil national stress disaster theme to media thrives over the summer of two thousand twenty we conducted a piece of research examining the films and video games consumed by the general population during the global covid nineteen pandemic. We collected information on viewing habits from over three hundred participants statistically analyzed and correlated this with data on the participant's personal circumstances. We found that. Over the past year there has been a significant increase in the consumption of disaster themed media in particular media relating to pandemics disease related movies such as contagion. Pandemic outbreak were popular. Perhaps watching these disaster movies helped people to deal with the everyday anxieties caused by the pandemic and speaks to a process needed to take back
Reflections on the Year Since the Murder of George Floyd
"Attorney general ellison welcome to washington post. Live great to be with you jonathan. Thank you before we talk about the derek chauvin trial and the killing of george. Floyd have to talk about some breaking news that hit just about an hour ago. Your office released a statement acknowledging that you are taking on the prosecution of kim potter. She's the former book brooklyn center. Minnesota police officer Who shot and killed dante. Right on april eleventh. Why are you taking on that prosecution. Well we've been asked to take on the case and we're willing to do it because we're public servants and win. The public needs service. We step up to do the work we're called to do and so we're going to handle the case with seriousness with all due regard for the precious life of dante right And you know. And we're going to seek justice in an affair trial and let me just note for everybody can potteries presumed innocent given that you were the prosecutor in the derek chauvin trial. Is that a template for how you will proceed against can potter because every single case is unique cases are unique as fingerprints. All of them are different in many different ways. So we will. We're our approach will be tailored to the case itself and i don't want anyone to expect that because we did one thing in one case we're going to do the same thing in another case what people can expect as we will bring the same level of urgency and commitment and fairness and professionalism after that anything could be different
The Unexplored Risks of a US Digital Dollar
"Now read dante disparties as peace. A central bank digital currency would be bad for the us calls to catch china on digital currency downplay. The promise of open financial technology says circles head of global policy. There is a frenzied if inaccessible debate taking place among think tanks policy experts and media outlets signaling that the us federal reserve should launch centrally issued digital twin of the us dollar among the many arguments. For why this is necessary is that the. Us is losing ground in china. Government has a national blockchain strategy including a real world prototype central bank digital currency well. These arguments are valid. They miss the larger point. Which is that. By today's hyper competitive digital currency and blockchain standards the us may not be a laggard at all but rather is already winning the race for the future of money in payments in trying to out china china on these important issues. We miss that. The future of money and payments should be about enhancing domestic financial optionality upgrading payment and banking systems enhancing interoperability and open banking standards requires a major upgrade in the technology stack that supports value transfer and more open financial services innovation. That was exemplified by the original version of the covid nineteen relief. Bill the cares act which called for the creation of a digital dollar to expedite domestic stimulus payments while trusted privately issued digital currencies already in circulation along with growing interoperable blockchain based payment system legacy financial rail such as ach efg and other interbank transfer. Networks have not had an update in fifty years. Blockchain based payment systems represent the completion of a lot of unfinished work in the financial services value chain. Which has left more than one point. Seven billion around the world has unbagged rather than a source of disruption or circumvention
Officer charged in death of Daunte Wright to appear in court
"I'm Julie Walker the white former officer charged in the shooting death of a black driver in a Minneapolis suburb in April has a pre trial hearing today Kim hotter will appear via video conference to go over evidence and determine if there's probable cause for the case to proceed she's charged with second degree manslaughter in the death of twenty year old Dante right the former Brooklyn center officer left the force even mediate Lee after the shooting the former police chief who also resigned said potter Mr Kerr gun for her taser body camera video shows are shouting taser multiple times before firing police have said right was pulled over for expired tags the shooting happened during the trial of former officer Derek show been convicted in the murder of George Floyd I'm Julie Walker
Minnesota Mayor Wants Unarmed Civilians, Not Police, to Enforce Traffic Laws
"Police reform in a very different way. He wants unarmed civilians and not the police to enforce traffic laws. Proposed change comes a month after a white police officer killed a black man named Dante right during a traffic stop Matt Sepik of Minnesota public radio reports on April 11th officer Kim Potter pulled over Dante Ride in Brooklyn Center, a diverse community of 30,000 bordering Minneapolis. Police say it was because of expired plates writes. Mother says it was a dangling air freshener. As Potter and another officer tried to arrest the 20 year old on an outstanding firearms warrant. He broke free and got back in his car. On body camera video. Potter is heard shouting Taser, but instead she grabs her nine millimeter gun. The gun shot is edited out of this clip. Potter, who was a police officer for 26 years, resigned and is charged with manslaughter. That killing led to a week of demonstrations, including violent clashes with law enforcement. Security fencing still surrounds Brooklyn Center police headquarters. Today. Things are quiet as a crew of workers, repairs of looted dollar store across the street. Neighboring scoreboard Pizza, which was untouched, owner Jim Johnson says right should still be alive. They should've let that young man just go mean expired Tabs and is that worth pulling over someone when you already know that there were weapons violation? Johnson, lifelong Brooklyn Center resident says police could have made the arrest later. He's skeptical of Mayor Mike Elliot's proposal. The mayor wants a quote unarmed civilian traffic enforcement department to handle all minor, non moving violations, such as expired plates and broken tail lights. Elliot is pushing Council members to approve his plan soon. We need to do it as if There was an emergency and people were at the PD protesting again. We need to have that level of urgency. Brooklyn center is not the first community to consider
Sharpton Decries 'Stench of Racism' in Daunte Wright's Death
"Hundreds of mourners packed into a church in Minneapolis to remember Dante right a twenty year old black father shot by an officer during a traffic stop in Brooklyn center Minnesota the Minneapolis funeral for Dante Wright was held just two days after former police officer Derek Chauvin was convicted of murder in the death of George Floyd attorney Ben Crump represents both the Floyd and right families dot right during the eulogy the Reverend al Sharpton rebuked the possibility the right was pulled over for having air fresheners dangling from his mirror we tried to get the stench of police brutality out of the atmosphere Dante's mother Katie Wright told mourners she stayed up late worrying about what she would say about her son the roles should completely be reversed my phone should be buried me hi I'm Jennifer king
Daunte Wright to be eulogized at Minneapolis funeral
"Two days after a former Minneapolis police officer was convicted of killing George Floyd another black man killed by police in Minnesota will be eulogized today the funeral for twenty year old Dante Wright will be held in Minneapolis hundreds turned out yesterday for a public viewing of right who is shot by a police officer on April eleventh during a traffic stop in the city of Brooklyn center the officer who shot right reportedly meant to use her taser when she fired her pistol the Reverend al Sharpton will deliver the eulogy at Wright's funeral he says he'll remind people that the fight for justice didn't end with the guilty verdicts handed down for Derek Chauvin the former white police officer who killed George Floyd last may on my campus
Derek Chauvin Convicted of Murder in Death of George Floyd
"Crowds gathered outside the hennepin county courthouse responding to the news that former minneapolis police officer derek. Chauvin has been convicted of the murder. Of george floyd twelve jurors found show than guilty on all charges second degree murder third degree murder and second degree manslaughter. All our reporter. Aaron elworthy was outside the courthouse in the crowd. I was actually standing with maurice lester hall. Who was with. George lloyd on may twenty fifth and the verdict. He started to smile after the verdict. The judge revoked showdowns bail and remanded him to the hennepin. County sheriff's office. The rare conviction of a police officer came just days after the killing of another black man dante right by a police officer in a nearby
Brandon Wolf: The Pulse Survivor Is Optimistic About Gun Reform
"Week. I can think of no better person to hear from than brandon. Wolff brandon is the survivor of the pulse nightclub shooting and since then has become one of the most visible and vocal activists in our community fighting from gun reform so on today's episode. We're going to do things a bit differently. We're going to revisit an earlier conversation with brandon originally aired on a luminary app. Just a heads up. He does she were few details about the actual shooting at polls. If you'd rather not hear that kind of thing you can scroll head about five minutes but before we do here that i we're gonna call brennan up to check in what he's been doing since we last spoke. Hello hey brandon jeffrey masters. Hey jeffrey how are you. I don't k- i think. Just okay how about you. I'm hanging in there. You know it is There's a lot going on some progress. Being made some challenges. But i'm hanging in there. Thanks you said there's a lot going on and on the morning that we're taping this just for context for everybody this week. We've been in the middle of the derek chauvin trial for the killing of george floyd of you days ago dante. Right twenty year old was killed at a traffic stop last night. Video was released of adam toledo thirteen year old shot in chicago. And this morning we learned about a shooting at a fedex. Facility in indianapolis eight were killed there and seven were injured on top of all of that. Is this epidemic of violence against trans people. Most recently to trans women in north carolina. My home state were killed. Jada peterson and one still unnamed. That makes fourteen trans people that we know of that have been killed just this year. That is almost one a week so when we talk about going numb is that unavoidable for self-preservation or is there a better way to look at it. Well i think it's a great question. And i appreciate you sort of laying it out like that because we're just talking about the things that that are happening right now in this moment really in the last week or two right but this is sort of a drumbeat of violence that is pervasive in american
NBA Ready for Impact of Chauvin Verdict
"And the nba now has instructed teams to be vigilant about the impact of potential verdict on the possibility of game postponements. The minnesota timberwolves in brooklyn nets postponed a game last week after the police shooting of an unarmed black man dante right during a traffic stop in brooklyn center minnesota the nba wnba postponed full slate of playoff games. You may remember after another black man. Jacob blake bush. Shot by police in kenosha wisconsin
Defense expert in George Floyd trial faces Maryland lawsuit
"I'm Julie Walker with closing arguments set to begin in the George Floyd case Monday the family's attorney says he's praying the former officer who held his knee on the black man's neck for over nine minutes is held criminally liable for his death separates attorney Ben Crump says a guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial could set a precedent for policing finally American America live up to his promise of liberty and justice for all and if he's found not guilty once again the American legal system has broken out heart club also represents the family of Dante right the black twenty year old shot and killed by an officer in a traffic stop we cannot condone this excessive use of force America we cannot condone this in humanity America the officer Kim potter resigned and is charged with manslaughter crime spoke on ABC's this week I'm Julie Walker
In Minneapolis, Armed Patrol Group Tries to Keep the Peace
"I'm Julie Walker another night of protests in Brooklyn center Minnesota over the police shooting of Dante right following a traffic stop of the black teen tensions have been high since last Sunday shooting of right and with closing arguments in George Floyd's case beginning California representative Maxine waters came to show support for the family we're not going to be satisfied this is Tyrone heart well a member of the group freedom fighters helping to keep the peace at these protests says one of his sons is right sage you don't have the shingles is also watching the trial and hoping for justice in case I was manager one I'm Julie Walker
Protests Continue in Brooklyn Center for a Seventh Night
"In brooklyn center minnesota after police shot and killed a twenty year old black man during a traffic stop. We go families and friends of others who claim police. Brutality held a news conference yesterday to say the shooting is nothing new emini. Democracy says police shot and killed her autistic son in two thousand and nineteen. We stand here with these families in minnesota alone in just twenty years since communities. United against police brutality been keeping a list. Were almost to the five hundred person. Mark the police officer who shot and killed dante. Right has resigned from the force. She's been charged with second degree manslaughter. Brooklyn center is a suburb of minneapolis. Where a former police officer is on trial for the killing of george floyd closing arguments in that case are scheduled for tomorrow.
Demonstrations Continue for Seventh Straight Night in Brooklyn Center
"Continue this weekend in the minneapolis. Suburb of brooklyn center. Where a white police officer shot and killed a twenty year old black man. Last sunday about one hundred demonstrators were detained. After protests outside. The police department turned violent last night. Npr's david schaper reports. Tensions remain high as the trial of former police officer. Derek chauvin wraps up. Since last sunday after one of its officers shot and killed twenty year old dante right during a traffic. Stop the brooklyn center. Police department building has become a fortress surrounded by two rows of heavy concrete barriers high fencing and razor wire with national guard soldiers standing watch kim griffin of a community group called a mother's love says such a militarized presence only deepens the divide between the police in the community to me is to engage the community and and more habit to me. It's just inviting more violence. More destructive behavior protests are expected to continue here almost around the clock
Protests Rock Minneapolis After Officer Kills Black Man
"In police in Minnesota. Same or people were arrested during another night of protests in the Minneapolis suburb of Brooklyn Center. Police used chemical irritants to disperse the demonstrators protest in the shooting death of 20 year old Dante right by a police officer. Please say the protest started as a peaceful demonstration but later turned
Jelani Cobb on the Murder of Daunte Wright and the Derek Chauvin Trial
"This week coverage of the derek chauvin trial. It's been an amazingly distressing week in terms of the coverage of what's going on in the courtroom minneapolis where derek chauvin is on trial and even as is happening of there was another police shooting this one of dante right also in minneapolis and it requires journalists. Who are doing this to cover all these things at once. What's going on in the courtroom protests in the streets. What's going on with the dante right case and how to put all this together too so it makes sense and how to tell. The wider story is the job of now as we face a critical week next week when a verdict could well come down in the chauvin trial. I'm really happy to be joined by. Johnny cobb new yorker staff writer. Who has a piece about this. This week in the new yorker and has been covering the george floyd murder happened last may welcome gilani. So you've been reporting from minneapolis. For how helen helen we. They're a do days. What does that mean like. What how do you do that so you wanna you wanna keep an eye on what's happening in the courtroom but you also want to keep an eye on what's happening the street. So how did you. How did you go about reporting so these strange times as we already know and The nature of the trial was that only two reporters could be inside the actual courtroom and so they were doing pull reports and in the courtroom the in the courthouse The media were watching the proceedings on a bank of televisions and so the communications person for the courthouse literally fed. It's no different than you watching it in your living
"dante" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Time away number. One dante's inferno is one of the most influential pieces of literature of all time together with the other part of the divine comedy. It helped unify and popularize the italian vernacular language and gave christian values. Its own epic poem number. Two dante alighieri the author and narrator of inferno lived in tumultuous times at the end of the thirteenth century and florence. When being in politics and do you could be on top of the world one day and exiled with your property seized or worse. You know birdlife next. After being exiled himself dante's inferno as his personal shit list of people he thought should be in hell including several popes number three each of the punishments doled out to the centers is directly related to the kind of sins they committed in life of cake and candy. And your face in this life. Each shit forever in the afterlife number. Four dante climbdown. Satan's pubis to get out of. Hell just wanted to make sure you forget about that. Part number five new info. I love this. Charlie and the chocolate factory thought to be a modern reimagining of dante's inferno not even kidding think about it really won't through the candy factory. He and the kids take unique. Reverberate ride where gene wilder goes off a monologue to could easily fit. In dante's inferno is the magical chocolate making facility. Actually hell walk. His words seemed to describe a descent into hell as he says are the fires of hell glowing is the grizzly river mowing there are more comparisons as we learned inferno the different levels of hell have punishments that reflect various ins and will they walk in the chocolate factory. The kids are punished in a way that relates to their respective sin. For example agus loop eats enormous amounts of chocolate on the red the factory. He almost drowns in a river of it or violent beauregard. Commits theft for stealing gum is promptly turned into a blueberry or identity. Stolen at the end of dante's inferno dante climbs up and ascends out of hell now climbs up satan august. Just yeah. I walk in the chocolate factory. Charlie ascends off into the sky in a glass. Elevator is willie. Wonka virgil satan is charlie's guide Met many saying. I guess maybe more virgil many modern works. Oh a lot to daunting. His comedy actually g. r. token cs lewis authors of two of the most important twentieth century works lord of the rings and the chronicles of narnia have expressed their indebtedness in indebted every go indebtedness not in debited an indelible indebtedness to donte or you gotta hear time away. Dante's inferno has been sucked at epic poem turned into epic suck. I'll think we'll be doing a suck this long again anytime soon. I say that i hope. Not suny. words. Sumi words. But i hope they were words. That were fun. Listen to good luck. Ever viewing charlie chocolate factory the same way ever again You walk them for the poetry that put together. I could've published a book. Sold really well by putting here The production team for all their help making time so queen batman lindsay comments reverend. Dr joe paisley script keepers act flannery..
"dante" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"You can write an epic poem bitch. The most epic of all epic poems ready for more ancient methodical allusions in contemporary political references. You fucking handle all intricately woven into an epic heroes journey motherfucker and we're dante head on with his next Journey after inferno dante makes his way to purgatory in the pretoria section and roman catholic doctrine purgatory is the place or state of suffering inhabited by the souls of centers or paying for their sins before going to heaven some forms of western christianity particularly within protestantism. Deny it's existence. The catholic church holds that all who die in god's grace and friendship but still imperfectly purified undergo the process of purification so as to achieve the holiness necessary to enter the joy of heaven. This is where praying for your dead relatives comes in handy because praying for them can expedite that process. There's no real concrete You know this is what it means to percents scriptural basis for purgatory by the way most just had a heavy interpretation of second corinthians five ten for we must all appear before the judgment seat of christ that everyone may receive things done in his body according to that he has done whether it be good or bad in the purgatorio dante and virgil keep going their journey. They climbed to different levels of purgatory. They meet more. Historical figures encounter more heavy symbolism. The theme of the work changes dante. Stop seeing souls need to be punished and start seeing other characters. As pilgrim's on a quest of spiritual purification this next section offers more sympathetic and psychological view of centers like an passage. When virgil explains that sin ultimately derives from distortions of love. Donny realizes as obedient. Christians tend to do that. Life is a pilgrimage and that he must learn to reject the deceptions of the temporal world. sure he's thinking about that a lot as he's been exiled to at the end of this section of virgil says dante's ready to keep going on his own. Dante reaches a beautiful forest. Where a woman named matilda explains at dante is in the earthly paradise or the garden of eden and which human beings were originally created lived innocence than an extreme until the washes away. Dante's memories of his sin so he can now proceed to have then. Dante arrives in paradise or heaven in the paradiso. The final section. The third part of the divine comedy in heaven dante and beatrice finally get to spend time together although she appeared briefly. End to purgatory. Oh fourteen different cantos are dedicated to dante and beatrice fucking the shit out of each other in this final chapter others there's versus like beatrice Beatrice i journey through hell to suck in your sweet taste beatrice oh beatrice hop on over yonder and sit on this dockers face. There's that kind of stuff as direct quote. Jk fina you're give me stuck. In one of the lower levels of dante's hell domino beatrice who taught by thought by scholars to represent. The allergy actually outlines the structure of the universe for dante. Okay maybe she represents or maybe he just wrote this all about a girl and yet paradise is depicted as a series of concentric spheres surrounding the earth. Dante love circles and rings within these circles dante can discern the human form of christ the divine comedy ends with dante's flash of understanding about how the circles fit together and how humanity relates to divinity. But dante can't describe it to the reader buchan bummer. Easy easy cop out there wonder. How many pieces of parchment. He burned through trying to describe it before he finally just went. Fuck i've worked on the book for a decade time to wrap it up. God bestows the answer to basically the meaning of life that we don't get to hear upon dante in a flash of light in dante's soul is finally at one with god's but already my desire and my will were being turned like a wheel all at one speed by the love which moves the sun and the other stars. and that's just all of it because it spent many additional hours dig into more of the details. But i felt like you know get good. What two and a half ish our overview this part now interesting question time so how much the dante influence the modern christian view of hell his inferno. How much of our vision of hell comes from dante and other non biblical authors and. How much comes from the bible itself. Hell as most of us. Westerners think of it today actually is not definitively mentioned in the bible. Four different words in the bible have been translated into the english word. Hell the hebrew word. She'll the greek words haiti's and charteris and gehenna. Hebrew word transliterated into greek. Those words necessarily meant what we now think of as hell none of those terms. Translate perfectly to attornal fiery punishment. At all how crazy set by pentecostal pastor grandfather. Not bob award grant. Bill seemed to have really missed that back when he was preaching. Never scripture describes hell as we think of it today interpreted yes or interpreted i think influenced by literary non biblical works within scripture interesting to track. How the conception of the afterlife has over the centuries ancient jews did not believe in hell because they didn't believe there was any soul to be punished they traditionally did not believe the soul could exist at all apart from the body on the contrary for them the sole was more like the breath first. Human god created adam began as a lump of clay. Then god breathed life into him genesis. Two seven at remained alive until he stopped breathing then. It was dust to dust ashes to ashes. Ancient juice thought that was true for us all when we stopped breathing or breasted goanywhere. It just stopped to refer to this. Ancient jews used the term shield in the hebrew bible. A term scholars used to refer to the old testament and a few other important hebrew religious texts. Then into english he'll has been translated. As grave and transliterated into haiti's and generally agree that both shield and haiti's do not typically refer to a place of eternal punishment but to the grave the temporary.
"dante" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"According to dante have to run in circles enduring the torment of nature or in this case raining fire finally the users the ones who were violent against art crouch huddled in weeping during how they were inactive in life not a real progressive view on homosexuality back at the dawn on the fourteenth century. Italy is by sodomites. He did mean homosexuals being punished. More severely than murders. If you really want to be punished in hell kills somebody but if you really really really will be punished in hell you stick your wayne in someone's but someone who wants it stuck there onto canto fifteen now still in the flame. Desert canto fifteen dante meets teacher. Bruneta latini dante addresses latini with genuine affection expresses distress that. He's in this place in hell. Some scholars theorize dante digits to refute suggestions that he only placed his enemies in help. Or did he do it to show how powerful of us in the church of that time thought sodomy was. The team was a great wonderful dude by dante's account but he stuck his pp noodle and some poo pulse now. He's trapped in seven circle of hell forever. Very mysterious ways after chat with a teeny onto canto sixteen. The dynamic duo encounter three men who were florentines dante mired. This canto is all about how to save florence from its current political instability. The can't imagine many of you really need to hear more about early fourteenth century florentine politics society going to be a huge. Let's give it canto. Seventeen opens up revealing a dark shop. Rising up from the filthy depths of the abyss at the end of canto sixteen is in fact the monster. Jaren jerry look these not jerry. Five bucks museum wear crossover. He showed up here. She's five bucks for the next place in hell. Jarring is the grandson of the offspring of medusa and a giant overseas. The aid circle of hell were fraud. Is punished dante. Described jerry in his a monster with the body of a dragon tail of a scorpion hairy arms and the face of a just an honest man can weird detail with the harry arms. There is that making more monsters. He had the body of a dragon the tail of a scorpion and worse very hairy arms. But for fraud that tracks right space. You know looked honest. But he was a monster verge announces that they must fly down from the cliff. On this crazy monsters. Back and soon their swooping into the great abyss. Eighteenth the con- canto there. we go eighteen. Starts in the eight circle. The circle of hell is known as the malleable jr. A word that means evil ditches is divided into ten bulges or evil pocket separated by great folds of earth bridges between them. It's a very intricate level of hell. The pockets are for all different types of fraud right. The pockets lead to well which forms neck of a funnel that we'll get into it. A bit funnels where this all ends. Dante virgil assume surrounded by panders and seducers punishment is the lineup in two lines. One on each edge of the ditch and receive lashings from whips via horns demons for eternity. Not a bad deal for hardcore masochists. Oh albert fish. I love this level of hell showbiz smacking fat bottom. Everything you got bearcat put you back into it'd be able to. I can't communist mass covered in blood. My mouth is full of peanut butter in. The group has seducers verge. Points out jason. The greek hero who led the argonauts to fetch the golden fleece. He gained the help. The king's daughter by seducing and marrying her only to later desert her for another woman they pass across the first bridge to the second ditch the second ditches for insincere flatterers just fucking hilarious to me way worse than a murderer is an insincere flattery. Those who abused and corrupted language to play upon the desires and fears of others basically Manipulators ask kissers. And i think this is more about donte than it does about. Some christian notion of held at dante hated her more than murders. The clearly had it with ask us guest in some of those types got exiled from florence other punishments to lie in a river human ship. Were they fighting. Holly other donte of course runs into somebody he knows from florentine politics in this Third stream canto nineteen now from a creepy from a creepy bridge of mangled earth virgil and dante. Look over ditched three into the eighth circle of hell where they still are. Dante finds the simoni axe. Guilty of simi Are simon excuse me. The practice of selling church offices favors other sacred things. Basically people who try to charge for salvation agree with dante here. The eighth circle of hell seems about right for these astles. Most of the co-leaders we've sucked would be. I imagine stuck in this held. Each dante expresses his distaste for the corrupt among the church. Pretty thoroughly here. The centers are dumped unceremoniously into holes head first and then their feet are set on fire. The heat of the fire is proportional to their level of guilt dante writes. Let's add some background music now To to live in this up.
"dante" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Stuff we talked about earlier dante ever left limbo and virgil says that he did see. Jesus descend into limbo and take adam. Abel noah moses abraham david and rachel and it was all forgiving arms and transport them to heaven is the first human souls to be saved. Nobody was like fucking lucky. Must be nice This was called the heroine of hell happened in sees thirty three or thirty four but that was it. No one else should hold her breath years attached to this. By the way. That's when that's when you know you know coincides with win Die but it's kind of funny attached dates to him coming down there and just grabbed a few people Now got hasn't been in a while. Last time i saw him. I think he popped around about seventy one. Seventy two greg james dean marilyn monroe. I think he picked up jimi hendrix. He wants me to our lessons or something. The duo oh keeps going as he traveled to the first circle of the abyss. They come across a handful of the greatest of all time. Homer horace ovid meet. Jk lucan. Dante says they accept him as one of their own sweet. Dante just put words in the mouth of the greatest post in history right saying that he is worthy of being in the same spoken the same senses them. No shortage of confidence was guy dante and virgil continue and reach a great castle surrounded by a flowing. Broken seven gates symbolizing the seven virtues of chastity temperance charity diligence patience kindness and humility forgot. What temperance meant i to look it up absence from alcohol. Why why is that is a virtue what happened. Have a good time. What happened to turn water into wine. I like to drink. he was virtuous. Lighten up on. The temperance virgil tells dante dante fucking downer. The castles were the wisest of men of antiquity. Live after passing to disengage to come to beautiful green metal or dante meets number of historical figures. It's part of hell real. Isn't that bad right. Is green meadows and stuff Many of them associated with the trojan war the roman empire. You meets julius. Caesar electra mother of the founder of troy an elite romans of all kinds and a funny again. It's caesar started having considering the dudes who betrayed him or seen on par with judas Dante meets salad in a muslim military leader known for his battle against the crusaders as well as his generous chivalrous and merciful conduct encounters group philosophers including aristotle socrates plato and then he moves onto the second circle of hell lust hailu safina holy is gonna be kinda sweet demon orgy. Please let there be a demon orgy. the second circle of hell lust is the first circle of incontinence that broad range of since we mentioned earlier. That was hell on this case. Incontinence does not mean shooting yourself but rather flesh sins originate from unbalanced passions emotions and desires. The sins of lust also called carnal malefactors. Second circle of hell is where the real punishment's begin dante describes as a part where noth- apart where no earth apart no gleams like as part in terms of In place of place there doesn't sound like a sexy orgy at the border between circles. One and to a creepy ass monster named minos sidetrack dante and virgil minuses says the king of crete and greek mythology but in inferno he's a giant grotesque serpentine beast. He's essentially the saint peter of help he decides where the souls the centers go for torment to hear any given centers confession minos curls his tail around him In a specific number of times to show the circle of hell where the center is going to be head off to virgil talks of an altercation with minos duo continue inside dante and virgil watches the souls of people who were overcome by lust swirl around that a violent continuous storm never finding peace or rest. It mir's how they were carried away by their passions in life but now they can see the bright voluptuous sin as it actually is a howling darkness of helpless discomfort because a sin of lust takes to tango dante the lowest on the totem pole. Because it's not a selfish sin as you can guess. Lots of people from history show appear cleopatra. Achilles paris daito allen of troy new all people who cheat on their spouses and life is actually so many women in the circle that the fifth canto is often referred to as the canto of queens about a lot of the cult leaders. We've covered would end up here as well. Father yoed ball and baby down the circle of hell. Maybe he and the rest of ya. Thirteen band will be playing some kind of role songs to add to the torture right. I feel like they could be hell's house band baby. Did.
"dante" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Take a tour of florentine dante's version of christian hell as he wrote about it in his thirteen. Twenty one epic poem the divine comedy. One of the most influential literary works ever written in western world. Dante depicted hell is being made up primarily of nine concentric circles of torment located within the earth or various types of centers face a variety of horrifying punishments from sitting in lakes full of shit slush to being bitten by magical snakes to being literally chewed up and satan smiles fraternity. The punishments dante came up with. Were nothing if not imaginative. Dante's depictions of hell were influential to christian theology which has influenced western culture significantly. When you picture hell if you picture hell. You likely picture imagery influenced by dante. Ever wonder where many of the dirtbags whose lives we've explored and other times episodes go when they die. Dante had some dots. There were specific circles reserved for the likes of the milwaukee cannibal. Jeffrey dahmer killer clown. John wayne casey the night stalker. Richard ramirez the co ed killer at kemper and other serial killers ever wonder if they're getting punched by demon or some other kind of monster. I do dante clearly wondered about that type of thing as well. He played a lot of people he either knew or knew of didn't care for into hell seemed to clearly be pleased with his vengeful thoughts of their eternal suffering. Totally get it. I've entertained thoughts of vengeance. For as long as i can remember having Thoughts pretty fun fantasies. I gotta say in dante's held the centers of or punished for eternity in fashion fitting their crimes. The first circle is for baptized. Or i'm sorry unbaptise virtuous pagans the second for the lustful the third for gluttons and so on all this came out of dante's mind a very religious pretty twisted mind when he wrote it pretty angry and bitter mind. Dante grew up in florence when it was a city state and basically a war zone between two opposing political factions. Dante would later enter politics himself and then be exiled when a rival group came to power. And he's pretty pissed about it he wrote the divine comedy from his exile. Dante's political enemies would make their way into his inferno if he couldn't punish them in life at least he can punish them on the written page and had them suffer immensely down with the devil. Below is epic poem was his personal shitless full of people he thought should burn in hell for whatever reason also his personal burn book chance for him to show off how good he was it. Poetry compared to the all time masters a sweeping declaration of the supremacy of the christian. God and maybe also the first buddy road trip story. So let's go to hell join me down below and this week shit covered fire. Raining monster filled hitchhikers guide to the underworld addition.
"dante" Discussed on Asian Enough
"They know the moment when they they know they're not in America. There's like there's a moment that happens and it's comes like some around junior high right. I think I can seven six craze six or seven grade. And you're like looking at my neighbor like Steve Myers. Like oh like you're white and I'm not wo and that's kind of shaking thing where just like things start to like change like oh like how people see me like. They're not seeing because this is what happens when you're young. You just see people and it's like your dad like you don't see your dad as a race. He's your dad right. It only as adult like. Oh my gosh. Israel's my Filipino. Because he's just always just been dad because you actually see is and you see your friends at young age for who they are but then when you start seeing identity and race it's like you see that first and then you've got to break through that to actually see who someone is again and it's so crazy. Yeah there's this moment. Where the sort of programming of race clicks on? I was like in sixth grade and everyone had to bring in food right in. My parents brought in fried rice and everyone flipped out. And they're like Oh. I Love Fried Rice and I was like wow okay. Wow franker up in Tennessee. Yeah that's crazy yeah. These are not heavily Asian populated. No I was the only Asian kid in my high school so being Asian like my thing and then I came out to La. And I was like oh I got a new thing. So many Asians out here. You know what's it like being the only Asian in the area You know it. Kinda sucks like I wanted to go with. My parents had a lot of sort of mistreatment at work. And Yeah there's a lot of stuff that Kinda makes me cringe to think about you. Know 'cause you you definitely have to explain yourself to people and you have to like work. Your personality ride their stereotypes. You know yeah. So how's weird basically? Yeah for me. It was around the same age actually like eleven twelve right there. Allies that the world outside of you sees you in a certain way. That's how it was for me so we wanted to ask you about your foray into directing about that project the fabulous Filipina brother. Yes I do. I'm finally directed my first film FABS Filipino. Brothers and It's fascinating because properties like seven hundred nine think and is the first time. I'm directing a film. I I wrote my brother. Darwinian really demand for summarize. My sister came in for some rewrites and is just the right time. It's it's a film that pitched I got funded the Philippines part of this whole Kinda new Asian media thing. We're doing you know. I pitched another store like a pitched as my big fat Greek Wedding Filipino. Style meets Pulp Fiction. Not The violence fiction book. The calamity a pulp fiction. And the and the the vignettes pulp fiction. So it's four brothers for vignettes and my brothers. It's just like a linear story told out of order around a Filipino wedding. So it's just like really indie kind of weird cool thing personal. Does it feel personal story? Every story is based on stories from my family is not autobiographical necessarily. But it's all everything yet. Based in truth even those fetched. And why did you want to do that at this time? This type of movie in this time and a lot of ways. The biggest thing is a platform for like me and my brothers. I'm going to direct sooner or later for Madrid. Something McCreevy apply any create a platform a story and like I wanted to create some my brothers. They're amazing amazing actors like my whole career. We've been altogether. They're wonderful actors in their own right and have like really careers. They haven't had some of the good fortune of some of the characters. I've had right the things I've seen them do that. Hollywood has not let them do yet. I'm directing you get do it and Yeah so like the all get to star in their own vignette. It's going to be crazy. It's going to be fun. There's actually another family member. Who's an actor in your larger family that I'm really excited to see these Hillary Bosco? Yes she's coming out and Birds OF PREY. Cassandra CAIN A lot of fans are like. How do you boss do that? I don't know and I it's been really special to me because she's my niece. She's my older brother. Derek's daughter but she's also my goddaughter so You know she calls Me Nina on Filipino Godfather. So it's like we always had a special connection and then just in the last year bringing her to events and being like getting introduced her to a town that I grew up in like this is the next generation of Bosko's and it's really beautiful. She's so beautiful and graceful. She's like and she's like classic oldest sister like she's really kind of like smart and like you know she's like the classic things that you felt like you needed to impart to her. Yeah of course I mean it's just like what we've been through and and try to avoid some mistakes but she's she's pretty good ahead on pretty good and there's other ones coming. I mean do so little brother I mean little SAS Emerson's come in she's doing she's like twenty crystal movie She's Great and the Aurora is like other cousins Sisters Kids Aurora in Phoenix. Like there's a whole another wave of Moscow's coming and some coming from the bay to musically it's GonNa be cool it's GonNa be cool. It is that time in our program when we ask our guests for their bad Asian confession so Dante. We basically hope you'll share something that made you wrongly incorrectly. Feel like a bad Asian. I mean I'm Filipino. So like we're already Badische to begin with to some degree that like these Asians are not regular Asian and then American like to. I'm so bad Asian. So check this out so produced a few films the Philippines. Now so I've been going back and forth and it's been part of my journey. I pivoted from Asian American filmmaking to this thing I coined new Asian media and New Asia. Media's a borderless Asian media so I've been like last ten years out of Hawaii and whatnot. We're doing an Asian American films and was like I wanted to cultivate our piece of the Pie. Six percent eight percent where we're at. I want to might be spine. Someone's like in a meeting like Dante was like what do you mean because Asian Americans are always about like their little piece of the Pie? I'm like okay like you. GotTa look at the world. We are the Pie I went. What as being like. We are the PIE and I was like. I gotta go to Asia and then I started going into Asia and the idea of going. We need to connect all my friends. Here that are well known filmmakers in front of and behind the camera. Let's connect to the power base that is Asia. Which is the money. We're trying to build celebrity systems out here. Every single country has their own celebrity system. Manila mainland China Singapore Malaysia. Indonesia light okay. Then now we started going into these countries and start producing films out there and creating creating stuff so now Manila right. So I've done to Manila and I'm in Manila. My first film out there and I'm Filipino. American they know me. I mean that's part of the reason why I'm in the room. Will I one of the biggest you know studios out there and everyone speaks English in Manila here until nobody's speaking English and Manila? And I'm bitching the movies may like it. I got the whole deck up there. And then she's just like McConnell and I looking at her like what she's like Madonna and I'm I'm looking around the room. Like what am I doing? And unlike like my my other producers from that. She's like how much how much I'm going to learn that we're that we're like them. I I gotTa Know Meccano. Need to know that because when they ask how much I need to come out with a price yeah I was not good there like and so she looked at me. She's like you don't Speak Tagalog. I'm like not not that much and she looked at me. I I'm American and she's like you didn't Filipino. Girls I was like. Oh so you're probably right I mean. Wow it's hilarious. I like you are really. You got roasted got roasted in the room. But they produced the movie and other kinds of American is expected to be fully bilingual. This thing about it is like I feel bad because he my friends that are Latino that like they could speak. You must be anything that might be a little. But I'm speaking more as go back at least for our family and like thinking about Filipinos like they're really into light fitting in we're a con is country got caused by China then. We got colonized by Spain for like hundreds of years. Then we got caught by America the last hundred years. So it's all about like fitting ends about my time like my grandparents. Afterwards who came to America it was like your American be American and so I think that I think it's changed now. The way the landscape of how what it is now. I wish we kind of held on some of our native tongues but I feel that. Hey there do you have a bad Asian confession you WANNA share with us. Call US at two one three nine eight six five six five two. That's two one three nine eight six five six five two. We might even play it on the show. Hi My name is Elliott. I grew up in Arcadia California which is a majority Asian suburb of Los Angeles. My Asian confession is that I didn't know whether my family spoke Cantonese or Mandarin in second or third grade. My teacher asked the classroom if our families folk any other languages at home Arkadiusz rules are very Chinese so most kids are applied with Cantonese or Mandarin when it was my furniture share. I said that I wasn't sure what they spoke. Both sounded like familiar firm. I knew that it was done for Chinese. I remember my teacher being pretty surprised that my uncertainty I went home to my older sister. What language you mom and Dad Peak in Mandarin? My sister responded speaking Anthony. You idiot high definitely never made that mistake again. That would probably the first time that I was intrigued by the idea. There's a ton of do one that goes into articulating and defining especially for the broader. Think too much for feeding the show I look forward to. I think he got degree And the big. And what you're doing to help you are all being face and well think by okay. That's it for episode. Ten of our podcast. Thank you for listening. Asian enough is hosted by me Frank Song by genuine motto. Our senior producer is Rena. Palta are executive producers. Abby Swanson our engineers Mike Heflin our original music was composed Andrew Ethan. This podcast is dedicated to the memory of Lena. Anwar come back next week. 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"dante" Discussed on Asian Enough
"You probably know him. Best as Rubio. The leader of the last boys in the nineties cult classic film Hook but Dante Bosca's career in Hollywood has spanned thirty years and he's worn so many hats over the course of that time Dante. Welcome to Asian enough. Yo what's up? How Ya Doing? Good Window Amen. I left my wallet in El Paso We joke around here. Yeah of course. Although I don't think Youtube was talking about this. I don't know what else again he was talking about. He wasn't talking about this. Elsa Gunda I feel like everyone who is in this El Segundo claims of course. But I don't think he was talking. I read an interview once that he just saw it on a map or something was going by. Lax and he thought it'd be a funny place to leave his wallet or something funny and now it's now it's now is affluent Elsa Gunda to buy a house out here. Yeah I've looked as well. It's not it's not happening daddy okay. Hook the nineteen ninety-one cult favorite reimagining of a Peter. Pan Lor starring Robin Williams. And Don Bosco you are. I'm just GONNA cut right to an icon. Come on come on man and you have been ever since this this role Rubio and we have so many questions for you. But we're going to start is what has revealed meant to you over. The course of the time. I mean is changed over the years. I did Rouphael when I was fifteen. Start when I was ten before was an actor. I was I'm from me and my brothers from the bay area right. And we're all artists and actors and musicians and poets and we start as break group in the Bay. Area called Street freaks. We popular was in the bay area. Kid You know grew up going to forty niners games in Oakland as games and we ended up dancing for the forty niners and the Oakland A.'s. Halftime shows thirty. Four thousand six hundred that kind of stuff then. We got scholarships the Ballet Company ballet and so we start studying ballet and it was like a real billion Elliott thing kids from St that they picked up and start the world ours and so like being an actor. Artists has been in my family's story since my earliest memories of whatever we were doing you know and so by the time I was fifteen and did hook it was like I mean I was you know somewhat prepared for it because I was studying acting for so long and studying the greats and then I was very much whereas work with greats worked with Spielberg maybe at the height of his powers. Dustin Hoffman is. He's on the Mount Rushmore of the actors. That changed the face of acting the seventy S and whatnot. You Got Robin. Williams is the Godfather improv acting. In one of the great you know give me. The list goes on Maggie. Smith said Bob. Hoskins is like every day is like what's going on here and so I was really prepared to just really do a great job but that never prepares you for character lasting twenty five years later. It's like now I've been Rubio longer than I haven't been Rubio. You know so you know you walk around. And now it's like it means something different to a whole generation as people tattoos of your fifteen year old face on their body crazy. Which you've seen with your I've seen with my own eyes. I've signed people's bodies at kamikaze tattooed on you know. And they name their kids after Rubio and their dogs after Rubio and it means something to just the people at large as far as like this rebel spirit you know and then in mean something completely different to a whole generation of Asian Americans where I get a lot of like. You're the first cool Asian that I ever saw on television as exactly what I was about to say. It's you and I'm dismayed that you hear so often not here and again when you're young you don't really think about it when you big movie in your teenager like even though I was like a trained actor and a pretty solid artists at fifteen is like I just WanNa be cool like plea at the for. The love of God can come out on Friday in theaters and when I go to school on Monday. Ken like some people. Think I'm cool. Where are you going to school at that point in in southern California I was going to school in Southern California? I was in high school Limit town called paramount. And it's right. You know right next to Compton. The crazy thing was this is the nineties s in we got into some trouble me and my brothers in the middle of shooting Hook. We got caught shoplifting. At Serena's mall yes. I needed some isotoner gloves. We needed some isotoner. Glove would use gloves and southern California. I don't know Jerry Rice War on I duNno had some is anyway. We got caught. My parents got so and again when you grown up in the neighborhood and paramount which is like site content but it's more Mexican than black and it's you know gang violence in the nineties and we have friends run drugs. Everything's a lot going on in your young mind like shoplifting is nowhere near anything else going on a neighbor but we got popped. We got in trouble and I was actually in the middle of shooting. Hook which is super strange and the guy that Catis history does mall was like watching. Because he'd seen me in a movie called perfect weapon he's like that's that do from perfect weapon and then. Oh my God. He's they're stealing isotoner gloves So we ended up getting bused to Orange County and started and finished our school at Orange County. The and then I was there when the hook came out. So it's kind like I was a kid in school and the movie came out and I went from a school. I was like predominantly black and Latino to a school in Orange County. That was I think there was twelve black kids in school And like it was like predominantly white. We were like. What are we doing here so that was a school that was that you were in? Hook was coming. Yeah that was I was in when he came out and I was. They thought it was cool. I mean we were cool are here with me and my brother like three. Brown brothers walking around campus with high hair and Super Hip hop kids and then the big movie comes out. And you're like that kid from that movie. I kinda always wished I was in my old school when it came out. Because know you get the extra On the hometown new school. And it's all weird already now. Super Weird Yeah. I was just wondering because being known as Rouphael Lavon people shouted to you on the street and you know I I mean. I'm sure you've gotten to this point where you're celebrating you. Lean into it but I was ever a moment where it was kind of like annoying. I'll give you an example. Yeah I wrote about the factory that produces Saracho Irwindale was producing smells. That seemed to irritate some neighbors and it took about six months of my life. You know that amazing staff. I broke that story and for a while. Everyone read that story Everyone knew me as the hot sauce guy would appear on TV and once they made the title cards Too Hot to handle and I was just like really sweaty so like every time I wanna Saracho was kind of like I appreciate the success and being known but also I'm a beautiful journalism. Butterfly recognize my patterns or these different things. Yeah would time you kind of get more graceful with it. It's a blessing and a curse right. Every actor that comes to town wants to hopefully do something that they'll be remembered for everyone and in fact matters ninety nine percent or more are not going to get that opportunity of mean. There's just not going to happen for them. Because Fast Luck Hollywood right. The Hollywood people was always get misconceive. Is like to get good as not lucky. That's your job. Get good the luck is having the right timing that someone wrote a character a year ago month ago. That's perfect for you right now. And somehow you got to read for it and you beat all the people out for that particular character. And then you in that character intersect at the right time that an audience out there in the world care about it because so many great performances that go on that just miss timing wise and and sometimes the right character the right actor the right moment comes in and something happens and all of a sudden that has impact and that's the luck right and we all hope sometime.
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"dante" Discussed on Long Distance
"About what you were saying about family and how you know for a kid actor you know a lot of it. I mean. Obviously it's talent of the child actor but also it's. It's the parents who are being supportive and providing that opportunity. I think for Filipino Americans. And I say markings to it's not really common to have parents supportive of arts fields or art jobs or that's like the stereotype right. What would you say to listeners? Who might be listening to this show and wanting to do things like acting or even filmmaking making or or some kind of creative thing but their parents just don't understand no one really like usually pushes their kids into the field of the arts? It's abstract strapped to a lot of people especially Asians that even though we value as Philippians like we all value seen dancing at home in the living room Phillipines so talented. Let's Kinda like what we do. We sing and dance and even other other Asian like Filipino. Sure you sing dance. They listen live. You can do that as a job. Yes not seen as a job you know. I feel like it's changing changing a little bit today. She says Moore faces in the world. That's happening not just like what I me or my family's done the last whatever few decades but also really upon on like a lot of the new youtubers out there as Raphael's and Ryan he hasn't kept Jama's and tenderly ghettos like really changing. What's the possibility of what's going on? But Yeah I think we were fortunate to degree me and my brothers is because we found success pretty early and I think even the my parents didn't really understand understand what we were doing and some days I still. I don't think they really truly understand what we do. Although I direct this film and my parents play Our parents in the movie actually since they retired there like my mom's done bunch of commercials and Jesus did like a TV show. Thing for like nurse Ratchet which is crazy and My Dad he doesn't book a lot of commercial work but he he does a lot of print work a good amount of print work. He told me he's he's not an actor he's a model and I was like you're right. You're right but we're fortunate when we were young we got so so much success even local success at a young age that they accomplice in US early. I mean that's what it comes down to like. It's no parent. Wants their kid be hurt you know and fail and the reality of our industry is what you're not gonNa make it like the reality he is like this whole town is not built for you to succeed and when I talk to artists and young artists is driven as you should be and to create your work. It's like you know I know the fact that no one's supposed to make it you're not really gonNA make it. It doesn't have to actually shouldn't really be about that Stop being good like being good at what you do what we do. As filmmakers and actors is just a craft you know like any other craft woodworker. It's like study trained on the Masters studium. Try to become a master. You know work. There's a poem in the book. The very short poem called advice the young artists and goes them seek out instead. He would've master if you after greatness. The aim is to impact the world and beat the catalyst godless for changes. Forget which name is you should want to be good more than you want to be famous the pursuit of this thing. It's like a religious event in your life. You know. Like it's a vocation. Almost like you do it. Could you have to do is like religion. There's like no evidence that any of it's it's true it's like you know what I'm saying but you just believe because there's faith you have faith and you move forward faith right. It's even worse than our energy because there is proof and the proof is you're not gonNA make it you're like at best a million to one shot. Maybe a ten million to one shot at times but you know if you work hard enough and you figure some things out and you get lucky like you make it so very weird thing to tell a young artist you're not gonNa make it but it just might make it because it happened to me in having a lot of friends of mine and it happens every day in this town if no race was specified on the Casting Cau- that just Matt White Ibook close to be a lot of white kids off Raphia whether it was a white role or black row. I was always the other choice at the final edition. If you're a person of color you're not being the white kids are their jobs every once in a while the cast murders aren't really seeing you the star quality and you the only focused on the surface but during that time amazing things start to happen. I was working as a child actor and I got a big break. How discovered by Steven Spielberg for this multicultural? Cooper missed the. The kids and their leader was me this Filipino. Red Try Hawk hip hop kid. Aw.
"dante" Discussed on Long Distance
"I walk into a room in the eighties season. It just asked what are you. What are you I'm Filipino? It asked What is that as a kid? I realized likes quickly how to adapt as a kid. I realized that my identity man in less than getting the work my identity was malleable. Identity over time becomes missed this his role for a Chinese character. Straight up. Lie about taking any of the race and sell it much better than that. Well my grandmother. My Dad's side. She's part Chinese. There's actually true you kind of answer is always good enough any amount of anything. All of that thing in the eyes of the cast nurture. They check their box. They found a Chinese actor. They done the job and I grew up understanding. My reciprocal roll out play in this dance. I get better at this. As time went on it explained. The role was for Mexican. And they asked what are you you stand up a little straighter while you understand. The Spanish colonized Mexico they call. Is it the same in the Philippines. So we're Latino also any amount of anything I was all of that thing in the eyes of the cast nurture. They check their box. They found a Mexican actor and now got the Gig and they got a free lesson. Imperialism mid town search this tournament to being a book all kinds of roles but never Filipino. Play Mexican Roles Puerto Rican roles Chinese rules Korean every Asian role never playing any Philippine roles until I did the debut taking some gone on there. God what is Hell Again hit-back on reeds to be real tight. We sing it all the time. It all changed when high school started. WHO's love it? Gang called Bird Khuda for Kata it's Tagalog. It means like the people you hang out with your friends seem to to me. You Speak Tagalog. Oh fluently SOI. That was a scene with Dante. Bosco and Joy Bisco in the debut debut an independent film released in two thousand one directed by Jean Cahan written by John and John. Manal Castro starring a cast that included veteran Philippine actors like the late Eddie Garcia in young Filipino. American actors Dante who plays the lead role of Ben a Filipino. American high school senior who doesn't unidentified with his Filipino side. But in the night of his sister's debut or traditional Filipino. debutante ball then comes into his own as he meets other young Filipino. Americans gins and learns about his culture and himself in the process..
"dante" Discussed on Long Distance
"Like. I love my parents for that because they didn't know we were doing. My Dad's telephone man. My Mom's a housewife and mother of five and and just really was you know your kid actor. It's really dependent upon on the support of your parents and my parents like blind support because they weren't artists. My nieces and nephews are acting now. But they're now like second generation in the family business and they're growing up in a way that like it's just normal to go see uncles to a play or see their aunt. You know do a reading of poetry or go to a movie premiere in my Niece L. is big movie coming out and it's like they don't even think about it anymore whereas our generation companies like it was all brand new like we. We didn't know what we were doing or how to handle it so we made a lot of mistakes as a family and an emmy as an individual. It's great to be a part part of what's going on in the Asian American seen. I've been apart Latino sink and I've been a part of black Hollywood alter the nineties and I just feel like honorary black Hollywood for sure all the film's I've done all the TV shows from Alicia hanging coober and like that generation. I'm just those are like some of my really good friends from Hollywood. Well we should. Mitchell is bad you I wanNa know Oh thank you. It's so good to see you again. These are my friends. Chris Morgan and Markham Miss North. I'm your biggest fan. I watch you every day. I mean you're so professional sont election. You're you're not like those other Bimbos who want a beauty contest next thing. You know the anchoring the news I was missed then. You got pitchers.
"dante" Discussed on Long Distance
"A word from long distance Your host ten into long distance long distance radio. Hey Patrick what you do when working working on episode of Long Distance TV the video documentary companion series too long distance. podcast cool. So what does it actually take to make long-distance TV. Well after we figure out the story I have to shoot log footage and at it and right and their sound design mixing color correction uploading. That's a lot of work. What about you? What does it take to make a podcast? I gotTa do research pre interviews. Book Interviews Record Interviews transcribe and log tape right. Sound design nine and edit and edit familiar yup but we love working on this right and thankfully this season we have support from the Google podcast creator program and from some of our long distance listeners. Cool so of listeners. Wanted support the show. How they do it? The best way to support long distance is to join the long distance. Radio Club Patriotic Liane. It's a membership platform where you can support us while we make the show with special perks and updates confirm there are special perks in updates but but there are other ways to help to you. Show the show on social media and in real life or rate and review it on apple podcasts. Too Long Distance Radio DOT com slash support to find other ways to help now back to the show all right added and added and added and added.
"dante" Discussed on Long Distance
"When I was a kid my brother and I sometimes watch soap operas offers. 'cause we thought the girls were high. I saw you and I think he played a Latino Dude and I was like that do not Latino. I didn't know what you were but I was like dude on. Look Latina to me. I don't know how many episodes you showed up more than once. I know that lifted up. I think your character. His name was Amado. Amata I remember so this is so this is the deal on Santa Barbara when I got high for motto. That was the eighties rider. Strike and so all riders got fired. New Writers came in they created all these new characters. Amado was one of them. Latino you know a Martinez Cruz Crews and Marcy Right Accrues Chris. In the girl's name was Y- Eaten Martha she's so as in their storyline crews picks me up As a street kid in Mexico Michael Hustler and then I ended up going home and like living with him in Eden and then I think are supposed to like alternate like find out like ours like his son or something like that but what happened was I. I did a bunch of episodes a few weeks and then the the writers strike ended in other riders came back to work in certain characters gone. Wouldn't that would like no rapidly storing up in just like they're dead. There are no longer with us. So that's why I was there for a brief moment but it was fun. So this is where I play a clip of Dante as a motto. But I could not find find one so instead. I'll play a clip of Dante in a recent film. He starred in Co directed by and Co starring. Patrick it's called awesome. Asian bad guys. This review hates to call bet I hate to be called full disclosure. Donte Patrick Know Each Other and I've seen the film. I may be biased. But it's Great Olivo Lincoln the show notes anyway. Those are just some of the many roles Dante Moscow's because played in his long career as a working. Hollywood actor on this episode. A conversation with Dante Bosco about that career and we'll hear him read from the book from Rubio to Zuko his new memoir about his experiences as a young Filipino. American actor coming up in the eighties and nineties ace. They'll talk a bit about how and why he and his family moved to. La To pursue careers in Hollywood. And we'll find out what he's learned over the years as Rubio Zuko then an well Dante Bosco.
"dante" Discussed on Long Distance
"Isn't a perfect movie but for me nights. Say A lot of kids who grew up in the ninety S. It is a freaking awesome movie. Just picture a bunch of kids running around in Never Neverland Fighting GROWNUPS AKA pirates. It's sort of a sequel to the story of Peter Pan. The boy who wouldn't grow up but but in this version directed by Steven Spielberg Peter Does grow up and he turns into a lawyer. Played by Robin Williams here. He is with Wendy now l.. Grandma Wendy played by Maggie Smith was in Howard laid you in Iraq to him blankets grandmother the thirteen year old granddaughter asleep in the bed. Moyer minute so when you decided not to go back to Napa more the brand I'm GonNa go get more tried to tease difficulty. Listen I'm not ready to Peter is such a grownup. He doesn't remember being Peter Pan but when his kids are taken away by his arch-rival Hook played by a wig. Did Moustachioed Dustin Hoffman. Peter must remember to be himself again. A kid who can fly so he can get to Neverland and save his own kids holes. Of course Peter or needs a little help from a ragtag group known as the lost boys led by a red and black haired punk rock meets skater boy named take. Ah Little. Did I know what I watched this film in the nineteen ninety s probably on VHS or TV that this kid playing Rubio was a Filipino. American actor named Dante Bosco. He'd actually been working in Hollywood as a child actor for several years before he landed the coveted role. All of Rubio. It might have been a small role in the big picture of that particular film. But it's one that people still talk about. He has his own instagram shifts and immediate generator. The people 'cause play has rubio a friend of mine told me her sister named her baby roof. You know no Mr Skunk too much moves you just a punk kid. I want to speak to a grownup auto suppliers. He's me we kill. Pirate so happens I am a lawyer. The film may have been about Pan and called Hook. The real fan favorite to this day is Rubio and with good reason he might have been the first Asian kid on a movie screen. That wasn't a stereotypical nerd. And and the iconic character has earned Don Bosco place in pop culture also due in part to his equally fan favourite roles like Prince Zuko in the Nickelodeon the animated series Avatar the last heir bender. I thought I had lost my honor and that somehow my father could return it to me but I know now that no one can give you your your honor. It's something you earn for yourself by choosing to do what's right jake. Long in the Disney Channel Cartoon American Dragon. Jake Long Jason and Ben in the Filipino American. indie film the debut abuse. And who is this all just wrestling school there. These bathroom guy says go. What are your names? I've never seen it before. This is Doug in this. Is Rick. Say so you go to school with band. Did you should come by more often. We never get to see. BEN SPREADS INVITES A. Are you guys hungry. We have plentitude Lynch hit Florida. No they just ain't guys but when I visited Dante Bosco in his home in Los Angeles with my fellow producer. Sir Patrick Aquino. Yeah Patrick said you. I saw Dante onscreen long before hooked on a soap opera in the nineteen in eighty s called Santa Barbara.
"dante" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Stamp. That's sad I'm reading. I did not see this coming. He shanked this man up and then look at these out these these rage stabs at the end Denier see that come in. That will be disastrous K.. Start crying that's how I know he meant to kill listening hard and also the thing is Dante didn't fear him and you can tell Dante never seen this coming. 'cause he basically opened up the gate eight wealthy and data just sits there because he basically looking. I don't have anything to fear because you're not like Carolyn. Dare Oh oh you know and the rest of your whole purpose is to quote unquote coming here and fuck me up go. His thing was lying. The is so I think. That's why completely took him all the way off guard. Well He. Will you know what else it was Dante told US earlier. IAGO him how but what to do with me. It's just like me again again. What it tastes guild Blah Blah? And then. This motherfucker was like wrong bitch. Not only that. But the Nigga you didn't think would do. It is the wind undoing. It you know why it was. He's like I'm in the thing is he's been on. He'd been in his own mind. The thing is he heard Rosetta without down Hammers Nita because he was saying. But it's one of the things like no no. No no no I need it. Fixes motherfucking Prom Disney gonNA destroy my family. I'm the one who let looming. He felt a lot of guilt. A lot of blame you know. He felt like I gave you a chance. You know he felt like Oh. I'm going to end this. We on vocal. It ain't no no boarding because he's the board committee person every time she come up. Let's go let's go to the committee. Let's bring it all together. Let's talk about this. nope bucket. You WanNa get the But yeah I also like the idea of him doing that because it was the the thing that was the toughest thing to do and it was like a situation where leaving them. They're in a war in. They now need to bring it the time for all this equivalence and pot like offshoot is over with is like now fuck you and it also explain explain why. Rosetta got an argument. Because at that point I realized Oh gay was actually in a rage which she walked in that room like we see why didn't in that room and he was looking at that tape looking calm and peaceful in the game way I just assume like Oh this makes me in a big. He doesn't understand but he was in their thinking. Like I'M GONNA kill this motherfucker like like this how I don't know how misty. Maybe I did a bad job. I didn't protect my family from this. Man is my fault. I I got a second chance today. Am I'll take a chance. I won't protect everybody from your right now by killing you. You won't ever anybody else in these gates again right and also his this thing was. I don't want to have to deal with you being a simple here and long you hear the more distrust comes and mortar division comes Wi. Why see here all this type of Shit will people look? That's the enemy. He can't be here. You know they was my we dealt with Lydia but him is a whole different story right and honestly he was crazy. Dante wasn't scared of jail or it wasn't even scared and they were going to kill him. Travel remorse so they need. You got to die so I love that. That's probably my favorite scene of the show. How this week But yeah he killed him violently shit man in the woods Jerry. Connie Kelly a magna cum from Hilltop and they meet up with Darryl and Carol I. I can't remember if anyone else's with L. L. before you go in with that. He basically just walked away. Just walks off locked the cage back and we'll get to that. I think it comes backup. Think I wrote it down. Oh that was the last last. Seen my bad yeah well when he does leave. It's not the last last name but Rosetta is like Comforting Cocoa as she looks out the window and sees gave leave all covered in blood. Eh From the prison and then later she get into it but later she finds him and he's burning Dante's body outside the gates or whatever or maybe just inside the gates but she comes and puts her head on his shoulder and I think you know that's kind of a symbol would at least a okay for today. Who knows today? Zombie apocalypse and Rosetta is a very coveted woman. Okay so she got options right having attitude so Yeah so in other words the people I told you earlier they meet up. They search until nighttime They crossed into the territory. The whispers and Darrow has to save carol because she almost lost a leg running full full steam and to attract nothing not to bear trout. I like seeing too but not for different reasons than at home. Yeah yeah different. Reasons than of course Eugene stabbing them fuck up. That was had his sire..
"dante" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Good the information is. She's I okay. Well this information heard is is located in a specific area and so Aaron Russia's detail everybody that that's what he tells people seeing like. Hey the heard is in a a specific area to forest or whatever so Aaron one they inform form. Aaron that Dante Hills he was a traitor and Aaron wonders lie. How did not realize? Now I'll tell you what the trailer traitor We I let him in. Then I let them treat Gracie. Everybody's I don't blame yourself is nothing you can do food. All of us need tells them about you know what Mary told. Oh we also the final game was real name was Mary as he's like. This is what gamble slash. Mary told me Alfred no keep the heart field side of National Fars. Darryl's yeah clearly a trap. We shouldn't do it will we. Shouldn't be doing instead. is going out to find. Lydia is like Fuck Lydia. Let's go get the the fucking I heard. 'cause they don't have any leverage over us and we destroyed hurt And it can be ambush. You know you're going to trust a whisper like it just doesn't make sense And now we gotta give it a try. We'll leave at university. She's been on a one woman mission and yes the sales like you know. Get a group of people from hilltop to come with us. tells Aaron to go get him In Naples character decided says. There's maybe you need to sit this one out right Because you came be honest about what happened with Lydia running away. You WanNa tell me you know I know you did But you won't tell me what you just said. She ran away and didn't WANNA come back it was. I don't mean this he's like and you know what else we not protected her being here protects us right and she's like so that what she's supposed to be just she'll just locker up again. I want to Albuquerque. where she she lied to them and that was good for us so we can push on their wounds to? I'll help you look for her but I don't think she wants to be found and I thought to myself. What are you talking about you? Don't respect Lydia. You are carrying decided Guinness of a heart. Because he didn't want Lydia being kept in a cage. She's wanting to use her as a weapon. And Lydia got angry when she puts piece that this is one I had is kind of deep thought. Maybe it's not but it felt beat me at the time Darrow. In a way is Kinda Carols Beta to care like carol like Harrah's acting like Alpha in some ways ace and Darryl is the one trying to pull her back to be like. This is not the way that we work this. What are you know Ryan and I could see them? Having a huge fallout some period of time about this. But he's going to be a enough is enough now. I I roll which you but a line to be drawn right but yeah when she tried to act act like it was like I don't know like some type of inside or love or whatever we gotta look out for one hundred so we don't want her to be just sitting in a cage like Nigga you don't care about that what are you talking about. One of those things will act. Could see derelict finding her and and loonier. Because you know she trusted Daryl you know because he stood up for her and 'cause he was like I believe her and I can see Lydia Ellendale the tooth and him. Okay Carol is a problem right So then we asked these funeral. Gabe were minds as once again. He was a Catholic priest because it is quite short. And not a Lotta Lotta drama to the point and we in and out. Yeah I was Kinda hoping that you know we get a little bit more some panache little something to it but his daddy was very much like didn't white services. Yeah he's from my studies written by. I know you go to the game guys. We're going to get you out of here on time. Scholars centuries ago who is trying to understand the impossible. Let me live if life is better for me and take my life. Death Breath is better for me yet surrendered himself to faith because his world defied logic defied justice..
"dante" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"I can thank you at a home leaving notes in the in the words for the for the whispers that answers all those questions his own have she knew today crawls and all that other boys she knew too many specifics and we had seen them literally in like Florida. Wow I know you lost to the woods three times. It's I- Outta she lucky. No those specifics. Like actually leaving people behind. But I saw that winter like the fucking zombies were frozen through real people wouldn't survive. They're fucking winner without shelter right but now we know because Dante taste. They're being like they crossed into three times. Look at my note and I left in the tree. He's the woo-hoo pain is balanced. The whisperers in spray paint car like lily all over the house nowadays Schiedam makes obviously we know he fucked up to drink water MHM next one was a swerve. I didn't even see coming. I'm not offering and this makes mother Dr Scholl right that Old Lady. I didn't ask about US going down. Natural Causes Anyway. He's mother Mhm Jerk Commu home when they saw the special place mall.