27 Burst results for "David Lynch"

A Look Back at the 2001 Film 'In the Mood for Love'

Filmspotting

01:54 min | 3 months ago

A Look Back at the 2001 Film 'In the Mood for Love'

"Let's get to that review of in the mood for love the sixth and final film our world of car marathon. This marathon has been inspired by wong's recent restoration of seven of his best known films. All of which are included in the criterion collection's new world of car. Kawhi box set. Thankfully these are also available. They're currently streaming on the criterion channel. Right now in the mood for love debuted at the two thousand canned film festival where it was nominated for the palm door and start tony. Leon won the fess best-actor prize. It opened here in the states in march two thousand one to pretty universal critical acclaim. But maybe this is something we can talk a little bit about josh. My feeling is that its reputation has only grown over the last twenty years for example back at the end of the last decade in late. Two thousand nine. The guardian had in the mood for love as it's forty eighth best film of the decade fast forward ten years later for a best films of the twenty first century list mood and moved up all the way to number five and then in two thousand sixteen. The bbc pulled over a hundred critics for a best movies of the twentieth century. Lists and in the mood for love landed at number two right behind no real surprise to me. My beloved mulholland drive from director david lynch and other films that is probably only grown in esteem over the years quickly. The plot it set in early nineteen sixties hong kong sort of picks up where days of being wild left off josh. It's part of an informal trilogy with that film and wong's later film twenty forty six. Tony leon and maggie cheung our neighbors in a cramped boardinghouse. They're both married. They're both lonely and they soon realized that their spouses are having an affair with each other. Leon chung bond over this betrayal and eventually do get quite close but never act on their feelings for each other this being a one car y movie after

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"david lynch" Discussed on The Cinematography Podcast

The Cinematography Podcast

05:25 min | 3 months ago

"david lynch" Discussed on The Cinematography Podcast

"Very intentionally crosses the line at a certain point in the coverage switched sides. And i don't know if you were there for any of that stuff. But no i didn't. I didn't work on that scene. I mean this is never been told me. But i heard a rumor that that call was supposed to originally wake up in the lumber yard with his pants around his ankles. I've heard that too. Yeah and they decided not to do that. For whatever reason but i mean. It was plenty terrifying. The way is now. It's a really just a great film and if you read the script is shot exactly as scripted. Yeah yeah david was really great about that. We move at wild at heart. The movies almost exactly scripted except the guy in the wheelchair when when the guy rex motorcycle. That's actually how the script opens when you read the script. It starts out a motorist japanese motorcycle screaming straight from hell. That's that's the opening lines of the script. The guy rex's motorcycle in the wheelchair rolls up and says same thing happened to me last year. Man same thing happened to me. And that's how the movie open in in script which they put that further into the movie when when they actually did it. So you've worked on starting with blue velvet you've worked on most of david lynch's projects crank did blue velvet wild at heart twin peaks fire walk with me lost highway mojo and drive in some commercial work in the durant lap to internet too because we went on shot plates for that for all the machine work. Oko david is hands down my favorite record or within the most loyal person i've ever worked within the business as well. He's kept bringing you back. I didn't do straight story because they didn't have any steady came in and i didn't do inland empire casino shot with pd one fifty. They didn't really need me and now on the new twin peaks. I didn't work on the new twin peaks because stop doing steady cam and so he always calls me steady cam. Dan really yeah. I went to the twentieth anniversary of blue velvet. It was a theory in westwood. I didn't tell david. come on. Just sit in the front row. I saw the cherry was going to be sitting in. Because he was going to introduce the film and he he stood up he was talking and he looked around the crowd and he saw me when..

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"david lynch" Discussed on Launch Left

Launch Left

03:13 min | 6 months ago

"david lynch" Discussed on Launch Left

"It's money in the bank. Don't take no for an answer. go get it. yes. And i know that you The david lynch foundation in particular has offered incredible scholarships to students and veterans right. there's been a you all are really leading the charge in providing this to those that need it most is there. Do you have any scholarships for artists going yet like for groups of artists that might not be able to afford it but would love to to redo it away rain because we have now. They've got a kind of a staggered. You know it's Here's another thing about money somehow built into people. This thing that anything like meditation any spiritual thing or whatever should be free but you have to take into account many things about You know places to operate aren't free Teachers teaching you know how do they. Where do they live you. Do they have a car. Do they have a pair of pants or address. You know what is not free to live zone. Yes you have to pay some money but now the price is staggered. So that if you can't afford it. The david lynch foundation will make it possible. Probably if we have the money to you know we have to pay the teachers then if we have that money which we try to raise money to give this technique to anybody who wants it in the world and because everybody is in need. Everybody's stressed to certain degree. Some much more than others some have traumatic stress. Some abc. Just a little bit of stress. And but everybody's got it these days particularly. It's a stressful time. So everybody needs it and you can find a way to get it and i always say if you do get him for free than one day. If you make a lotta money you hit forward and forward yeah. I think that's a great way to be in general and and you all have been doing that as an organization And galvanizing people to give if they can and then you give back with what they give. And i think that's just phenomenal. Would you be the most stressed if you couldn't have coffee. I'm so curious about your stress because you don't have a neighbor. What if someone was like. We're out of coffee. Route a copy a almost like being tasers. Sorry for laughing. I did not mean to laugh at that thought but as i got okay well i wanted to circle back a little bit on music and images with you before we we close soon because.

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"david lynch" Discussed on Launch Left

Launch Left

05:02 min | 6 months ago

"david lynch" Discussed on Launch Left

"Nails. Now you go into a hardware store you want a Finishing nails they're in a little box and it costs a fortune and If you want screws there's a little. Plastic bag was five screws in it. And all this writing all over it and a big price tag. It used to be you to scoop up a bunch of stuff and and they didn't care if there one hundred and one or one hundred fifteen it was the weight of them are and then you just go and so. It's just a big changes. I mean. yeah hearing that. You've lived in los angeles since one thousand nine hundred seventy the things. You've the things you've seen. Yeah i like those paper bags. And i remember that for tom. Robbins had a whole monologue in that book. Even cowgirls get the blues about the paper bag and how in nature it could look like it could look like a tumbleweed or could blend in. It was such a and i always loved that because to the paper bag does have this kind of like a no paper is made from trees and that the time we had a lot more trees but it seems so much less invasive on on a are you know and especially now that we not recycled paper. But it's all of it. Feels like we're killing the world. What's going on with that. I mean have you seen in this area a lot of changes environmentally or do you feel like it got better the smog got an her for a while right and then got china worse. 'cause people get they want just one car they want a couple karst against so but the thing is I think hiding somewhere out. There are many many inventions. They're gonna come to light Inventions were maybe bought up by the oil companies or whatever and mushrooms they found it these. Some mushrooms eat plastic and so are something eats plastic and they got a big. You know Thrill by finding this for the environment and eight on. I always thought. I don't know where i got. This thought that fukushima. If you could there i felt there might be a mushroom that you could start growing. It would eat radio activity and that there'd be this giant like mount everest of yellow mushrooms on fukushima eating it changing it and then when they were finished eighty at all they would die away..

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"david lynch" Discussed on Launch Left

Launch Left

04:10 min | 6 months ago

"david lynch" Discussed on Launch Left

"I guess maybe i think pretty much. Maybe everybody feels a little bit outsider but the love of doing the things it was never about the money and was just about the love of doing it and if you got mining for guests like on believable frosting on the cake so yeah i just fell in love with cinema. And i just like. I fell in love with painting and so i kept painting on a kept making films. Some kept you doing at find other things. Cinema lebed led to still photography then. Different things happened. And i found a lithography and Then different all different kind of thing so Like i said it's just I guess they call it sh- board of opportunity that's against that was going to be one of my questions. You consider yourself a multi-platform artist you know. It used to be that Master jack of all trades master of none. You know but nowadays. I think finally is come around to the reality that we can do. Many different things. Yeah one it could be one thing one day on tuesday and then wednesday. It's another thing doesn't matter that the love that drives us yes and then that leads me to your quote. My one of my favorite quotes of all which is negatively is the enemy of creativity. Or what is your advice terms off that quote an awful. We are sharing about having resources or not for young artists. Do you have any advice that you could share about work ethic versus having the money and and and that passion the creativity of art. It's a tricky business rain because you know let's say You have all the desire and the talent but you have no money and you have to get a job. So you're you're working and most jobs. Are you know nine to five or whatever kind of job. Eight hours or nine hours travel time ten hours and then you get home and you're tired and you've been doing all this stuff and for money and then you're supposed to do your creative stuff and a lot of times that likes doesn't work out too well and There are grant programs. That's what saved me. But you know they don't give grants to everybody that applies and so You know it's Really tricky really rough. And if you don't get a green light. I i don't know It would be really nice if there were more grants and it helped people get you know like you say the time and the materials to work he and they wouldn't have to worry about that so but there are many ways to skin a cat you can like they get introducing in a movie. Sometimes get their friends together. And i'll make the costumes you build a sense. You do this you do that and and work on the weekends and work here in there and you could do stuff for relatively nothing if you have the it but it may take more time you can get a film made these days and cameras and all sorts of stuff are cheaper than they used to be and So it's possible it's possible..

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"david lynch" Discussed on Launch Left

Launch Left

05:17 min | 6 months ago

"david lynch" Discussed on Launch Left

"Unbounded ocean of consciousness and it is a thrilling fantastic book. You've gotta get a hold of this book rain okay. Well i love this book. It is the real deal man. It's unbelievable so it all comes. Everything comes from one source but these different mediums of you know painting and photography and lithography and all the different things You know they're all different. They're all infinitely deep by say and they talked to us so any one of them. If we just get started start fiddling with one thing or the other they start talking to us and idea start flowing so it's a magical magical thing painting led to cinema for me and i've told his story ten million times. I was in cubicle at the pennsylvania academy of fine arts in philadelphia in a big big studio room in the building and this building is beautiful. This old part of the kademi and they had set up every all it students could set up little places to work i worked at. I worked at where i lived. But i also had this little cubicle and this particular night i was in this little cubicle walled off with paintings and stuff so it's private of private there and i was working on a painting of a garden at night so the painting was mostly black with some foliage some green and brown things kind of coming out of the black and i stepped back onto a little chair and sat and looked at this painting and i probably took a smoke and i'm looking at it and all of a sudden from the painting came a wind a sound a wind and the green started moving and i said oh a moving painting and that led to the stop motion experiment because every year at the end of the school year they had a thing called experimental painting and sculpture contests.

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"david lynch" Discussed on Launch Left

Launch Left

05:42 min | 6 months ago

"david lynch" Discussed on Launch Left

"Today's very special guest is david lynch and i am so excited to talk to him. My god what he's done for the world what he's done for culture change not just through art but through the david lynch foundation with tm. Meditation and bringing it to schools prisons and veterans care. Just such an incredible artist. Who's used his spotlight to help others. I'm so very happy to introduce. Mr david lynch but i don't forget to rating subscribe. Follow us on all socials at launch left. Hi david can you hear me. Now i can. I really like the facial hair just so handsome and regal. I hate the beard. But i hate shaving more. It looks really great so We're just gonna talk about art and tm. And and music. And and i wanted to just start if you don't mind did a deep dive on your music last night awed wow. I hadn't listened to everything. And i hope you don't mind me asking the question. How did you first experience music. And how did it find you. Let's see. I started playing the trumpet when i was little and i played the trumpet Until ninth grade When we moved. Virginia i was in the school orchestra. That called it. I think and i had a class and right at the very beginning. I think i ended up second or third share trumpet section and I was kind of looking forward to this thing. You know trying to you know You know looking forward to playing music and the orchestra and Then they told me the second day or third day to be at the school at six thirty in the morning because we were starting marching practice and that we were going to be required to go to the football games every week and march also. And so i quit the orchestra and that was the end of the trump plan. Never really got into music. And at all until i met angelo bottled. Mnt and angelo brought me back into the world of music really brought me into the world of music and just You know i would go in with angelo and work on.

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Hideo Kojima's Book 'The Creative Gene' Coming West Soon

Kinda Funny Games Daily

04:37 min | 10 months ago

Hideo Kojima's Book 'The Creative Gene' Coming West Soon

"Books. I will read. We're going to start with the fact that they okajima book is coming west. We're starting with. Michael mcwhirter over at polygon. Who writes game designer. Hideo kojima book the gifted. Jean and my lovable means originally published in japanese. In two thousand nineteen is getting an english language. Translation publisher viz media will release the translated book this october. Under the fittingly lengthy name the creative dream. The creative leave. Of course it is the creative gene. How books movies and music inspired the creator of stranding and metal gear solid the creative. The creative gene will consist of a collection of essays written by kajima then explore his personal. Inspirations that includes opinions and reviews of music films and books beloved by jima. The book will also include a conversation. Between kajima and musician. Slash actor gen hoshino. Who song pop. Virus appears in-depth stranding. Here's official synopsis of the book. Ever since he was a child metal gear solid in-depth strand creator. Hideo okajima was a voracious consumer of movies music. In books they ignited his passion for stories and storytelling and the results can be seen his groundbreaking iconic video games now. The head of independent studio could productions kajima enthusiasm for entertainment. Media has never waned this collection of essays explores some of the inspirations behind one of the titans of the video game industry in offers an exclusive insight into one of the brightest minds in pop culture the creative gene how books movies and music inspired the creator of detonating metal gear. Solid will be released october. Twelve twenty twenty one julie. I cannot wait. Well i do. Let's just be thankful that it's not a book of the same topic but like by the houses because it'd be the size of the encyclopedia britannica. Sure sure your older music. Music playlists printed on paper. I think i mean. I think it's great. You gotta think within the games industry. They're all kind of few kind of figureheads and people. You kind of all kind of you know seeing all Alters within the industry who you know whether you like could you must offer you don't or You know it's he has. He always has a very very distinct vision. And i think there's something so alluring. Sorry yup could be endless arms by the way. Just say this. Something really alluring about someone. Who's greedy sure of themselves and like autistic vision for good awful bad right But also i think you. I mean i i know i am. I think people are naturally drawn drawn to like someone who is like that just because you're like they have such a clear idea of like life in everything and anytime you can kind of scratch below that surface and understand a little bit more about how how they build their vision and how they also certain of kind of like what they do. I think it's really. It's really exciting. You want to know more. It's like you like david lynch on my god. I want to read this. The man's possibly mad but brilliant about why he's like that you know it's great you to scratch below that surface one hundred percent freezing amoco jima superfan right and i'm lucky enough to know him obviously in call him a friend but in terms of the content like medal. Change my life in. So i've obviously had conversations with him about his games but when i see it on instagram or i see it on twitter when he goes and sees a movie and gives like the two hundred eighty characters. He can give it. I'm way more interested in music in books that have inspired him in. What is a long essay about that mean. And what did he take away from it. I think also it's just it's it's his perspective right. It's his is. it's the way he looks at the universe right thing. It's like this these weird glasses that he he he because he's about him puts on and suddenly everything. I dunno like that and interview with the vampire where they wake up and everything seen with vampire is and you're like cool man. I wanna see what vampire is it like. I want to see what hideo kojima is. Look like just to to be able to kind of look over the world and everything seldom takes a completely different meaning ref. You know to me. That's how i one hundred percent imagine that's way he's had his like you know And there aren't many people you can say that about old people that you would actually really wanna see the world through their is particularly probably dreary for most other people. I sure yeah to have a creator on that scale that's open. Who has that legacy behind him. Right to know yeah what he does take away from consuming different content right. If we always talk about it in terms of use somebody else's podcast or you know you wash youtube video you see somebody else present and you pick up and you're able to critique on a different level than somebody who's just a consumer of it not a producer of it so yeah for him to be creative what is he seen also stuff. I think that's really interesting.

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"david lynch" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"david lynch" Discussed on KCRW

"You're tuned to KCRW. It's morning becomes eclectic and old compass with you in the mix in fur and lift this morning. That was Brandi from Reid. There's a forthcoming album called Home and Black Rain, and Ahead of that, with the classic from Irma Thomas. It's raining men was going out to and lit, allowing me to fill in this week for her appreciate that and, of course, Mr David Lynch for helping us out with the weather report. This'll one is my metronome. E. It's called Loving Arm. Prince Thomas Remix. It's KCRW. Good morning. Yes. You two like together, baby, Get down. Good. No, no. Mm hmm. It is KCRW the final days of the year, and it's also the final days of Kcrw's drive to end 2020. And if you're able to make a year and gift, please do it now we greatly appreciate it to support for public radio KCRW..

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"david lynch" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"david lynch" Discussed on KCRW

"As always. Nod to Mr David Lynch today. Sandwiched in between. All of that is an album that had I known about it sooner. We probably have made my top 10. It's Callie you purchase track is called Vaya Con Dios. Obscene miedo. Means without fear, without fear, pain of other demons, But it's new from Kluge's, and it is absolutely gorgeous. Highly recommend this one. You can pick it up right now. We heard from Fiona Apple in the set, Ladies from Fetch the bolt cutters. She's nominated for a bunch of Grammys, including best rock performance, Best Rock song and Best Alternative Music album, Billy, I'll ish. Therefore, I am also getting Emmy nominations for record of the year song of the year, best pop solo performance and on it on it on Delvin Gil Fillion from his Marvin Gaye tribute flying high in the Friendly sky. It started off with something new from Steve Lacey in from NAMI is the name of the piece man lived. So glad to have you along this morning. We haven't in resident session for you at 10 15 this morning. With the Brazilian artist sale. If you'll join me for that. I hope you'll stay with us A lot of goodness ahead this morning on KCRW. Today I'm press play August Wilson's plays have been performed on Broadway and launched the careers of actors like Violet Davis. Now a new generation is being shaped by his work. Anybody who sees this place anybody through comes across is working anyway, can see themselves in his work because of how true it is to the human experience. I'm Madeline Graham inside the August Wilson monologue competition, a new documentary today at noon and seven on press play on KCRW. I'm just about dead. So the baby can be a nobody s No, honey, give myself to my past a little bit. Could be But me, baby, They can't just say it. Just one the best..

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"david lynch" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"david lynch" Discussed on KCRW

"Moving 909 recent single from John Doe Hotter here on KCRW morning becomes a collective just ahead of that Buscaglia to talk A T M bleh. It's getting the Empress of remix Decade temblor. It's shaky way. Also heard from Jefferson Airplane. Thank you to Mr David Lynch. White rabbit. He woke up thinking about rabbits. And then an airplane flew over, You know, case here it'll be you and David Lynch Theater present the weather to every single morning here on morning becomes eclectic on KCRW. E was just searching out the information in my email to something called meditate America. You know, David Lynch is not only a filmmaker, writer and thinker, he's also a meditator. And there is a free virtual benefit concert to bring transcendental meditation to healthcare workers, veterans and families under trauma and stress with the linked to it in the playlist. The tickets are free. And on the West Coast where we are right now it happens it four PM today. It looks like a really interesting experience today. 7 P.m. Eastern 4 P.m.. Pacific. It's a transcendental meditation meditate America, probably something we all should be doing a little bit more of these days. Meditation. For what? I'm not good at it. I've tried. But maybe this will inspire me to try a little bit harder because I do think there's something to it, right. I know a lot of you out there do meditation. I talked to a bunch of you. Bunch of you have encouraged me to try. Anyway. Interesting set of music. A lot of spoken word to start off the show. Today we heard from the books track all 30 incoming from the album the way out, And this is an interesting project. In fact, if you know the podcast song exploder That's actually done by re she a good friend of us here in Los Angeles, a great part of our music community here. I heard the one he did with a guy from the books and the sky from the books. I don't remember his name, talked about how he would go collect his set tapes and obviously answer machine tapes and.

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Possible safety issue spurs pause of COVID-19 antibody study

What A Day

03:17 min | 1 year ago

Possible safety issue spurs pause of COVID-19 antibody study

"Gideon, what's the latest there? Right. So first Monday Johnson and Johnson had to pause a large clinical trial of its Kobe vaccines candidate due to a quote unexplained illness in one of the volunteers that news was first reported by the website stat and it wasn't clear whether the individual received the placebo and the trial or the experimental vaccine. There are dozens of companies in a race to have the first viable vaccine out the door but Johnson and Johnson was comparatively behind in the. Process though the company is working on a vaccine that does not need to be frozen, which can make distribution and storage easier. It only requires one dose and not to, and they were hoping to be the biggest trial with sixty thousand participants. It's not the first vaccine trial though to have to pause due to safety issues as Zenica had to suspend trials twice after two participants became seriously ill and those trials have not resumed in the US yet. Experts consistently say that these are good showing that the companies are investigating what went wrong and how to fix it and that they are somewhat. Especially when you're working on something that is going to be for extremely broad use. Yeah. Gideon on one hand. It's it's good that they're actually taking into consideration. The fact that sometimes these things are unsafe in early trials but this also speaks to the fact that this process can't be rushed or conveniently wrapped up before some arbitrary date leg I don't know November third right just any arbitrary date like that. Yes. So That's vaccines but on the Cova Treatment Front, a similar pause put in place for an antibody drug being developed by the company Eli Lilly according to. Reports yesterday the trial was because if he quote potential safety concern and that trial reportedly was testing the company's antibody therapy on hundreds of patients hospitalized with covid nineteen in the enrollment process was sponsored by parts of the National Institutes of health according to The New York Times and news broke after there were a number of officials who cautioned against adding more participants to the trial on Tuesday so that it's two separate trials that we learn were put on hold in just two days. and. This elderly drug, it's an antibody treatment. The kind of treatment the president has been touting as a cure and saying, we'll be freely available soon. You Bet it is he antibody therapy from regeneration, a different company which I guess combined with steroid treatments led him to talk about kissing people in the crowd of a rally this weekend doing a strange Shimmy to Ymca by very. Very strong David Lynch like season one twin peaks vibes in that by the way one, hundred percent he's in the red room and he's having the time of his life. The Eli Lilly treatment effectively does the same thing as regeneration one using monoclonal antibodies to fight the virus, and after trump got the treatment, both companies applied for emergency use from the FDA with Lily, seeking it for mild to moderate cases as opposed to the trial which focused on hospitalized patients. So there have been promising results for both treatment so far in trials, but this pause would help figure out if there are major issues or side. Effects with the treatment for other folks on the other point about how widespread these treatments could be if found safe and effective regenerate has said that at the moment, it only has enough supply to treat fifty thousand patients in hopes to be able to get up to three hundred thousand in the next few months to put this into a sense of scale here right now, there are an estimated thirty, six thousand patients currently hospitalized with co Ed.

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Episode 32 Drive Of The Week

F That Noise

01:13 min | 1 year ago

Episode 32 Drive Of The Week

"So we start every episode with the drive of the week. If you don't know what to drive is dry as a movie from a movie or line from a movie or TV shows said with exceptional velocity and volume, and this segment belongs to Jimmy Klein. All right ladies and Brian Everts we have here. Is there one of my? I keep saying this is one of my favorite movies I pretty much all these have been leaving my favorite movies This is my favorite David Lynch film. This is a movie called Blue Velvet, and starring Kyle mclachlan Isabella Rosellini. Whole great cast and it's got what is. The Great Dennis? Hopper and this is the drive that Dennis Hopper does that just absolutely killed me and Pete back in the day. So here is. What kind of beer do you like? Can Fuck that Shit River. Riven. Shit fuck this.

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Ohio town offers to take unwanted statues from other cities

The Jersey Joe Show

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Ohio town offers to take unwanted statues from other cities

"Columbus and other historical figures like George Washington are being toppled across the U. S. But there's a place in Ohio that says it will take in all unwanted statues. Cameron Fairchild has the story. Newton Falls Northwest of Youngstown is now a Statuary Sanctuary City Thanks to a proclamation from city manager David Lynch. Lynch is order means statues being dumped by other cities are welcome in Newton Falls. A general amnesty is in effect for Columbus, Washington, Teddy Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln Star Spangled Banner writer Francis Scott Key is also covered under the amnesty order. Cameron

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The one showstopper from Amazon's Alexa event?

Talking Tech

04:45 min | 2 years ago

The one showstopper from Amazon's Alexa event?

"Talking Tech is brought to you by Wicks Dot com create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's W I X DOT COM in. Stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of Wick special offer for talking Tech Listeners Amazon just introduced eighty new products for the fall. I'm Jefferson Graham. This is talking tech. I'm at Amazon's headquarters right now. Covering the event after the event I actually cornered some Amazon executives and ask them to identify the one product. They're most excited about. We started with David Lynch. Who is the senior. Vp who runs the devices division vision and then we spoke to Jamie Salmond aquamarine connected doorbell and Nick Weaver from Euro. which is the WIFI helper in the home have a listen for me? I I echo buds or echo studio. I'm picking too. I know that's not fair. Those those for different reasons are really interesting products for me. I think Echo Studio Oh as one of the world's largest speaker manufacturers. I think it's our responsibility to kind of show the industry away. We'll see if it's the right way but we you think it is on where music could evolve in the house and so. I'm excited about that for that reason separately. I think I'm excited about Echo. Go Buds because so many customers I tell you it is the number one requested device that I get at dinner parties for pup up customers that love Alexa that like just let me have her when I'm jogging and I think I'm excited about finally being able to answer those questions in the affirmative the go-to dinner so the one. I'm most excited about an don't laugh at me but I think it is. I think one of the best ones is the echo dot with clock. I just I love the simplicity and like like what that product does. That really is my favorite product that we launched it and and I think we did launch. I really do think we lost a lot of great products. Today that customers are going to like you like the clock because you're like me and you wake up every hour on the hour in in the evenings. WanNa know what exactly I do and I. I like having a clock next to my bed. I do like the functionality of Alexa. I loved setting an alarm. I I like when you wake up and you can set a routine to tell you the weather and say what's going on and so I like the power of that next to my bed and then I I liked liked just the just some sort of Nice little led simple. Tell me what time it is. I know it's four in the morning. Why am I up. Go back to bed well. I'm a I'm an audio guy and so the things that I was most excited about where The all new echo studio it sounds phenomenal really excited to get one of those hi end audio coming from an Alexa speaker and it sounded like it was many speakers yeah. It's three D immersive audio it. It has DOBIE ATMA support. One speaker sounds amazing so it's a it's a really groundbreaking device excited to get one for myself. Alf and then the all new echo buds. You'll you'll see them later. They're incredibly small. They've got of course full native support for Alexa on the go and then it's also active noise cancellation from Bos- so you've got these incredibly small ear buds that are great for drowning out noise if you're you know outside or on a plane it's a really really great product. I'm Jefferson Graham With USA Day. You've been listening to talking tech. Please subscribe with the show. Wherever you listen to all my Nadia Nadia look for me on twitter where I'm Jefferson Graham and I'll be back tomorrow with another quick hit from the world of tech talking tech is supported by wicks dot com if you're ready to build your our own website. There's no better place to get started than wigs dot com. Whether you're promoting your business showcasing your work opening your store or starting a blog. Anyone can create a professional website wicks. You have the freedom to start a site from scratch or choose a designer may template then customize it to suit your needs and if you need need to get online fast just answer a few simple questions and wicks will instantly build a personalized website just for you complete with design images and text choose your style l. Change the layout and add any features. You need like an online store or booking system. Now's the time to tell your story. WICKS DOT COM can help get started today and build a website. You'll be proud of and if you go to Wicks dot com and use the coupon code talking. You'll get ten percent off when you're ready to go premium. That's Wicks DOT com code talking for ten percent off any premium plan.

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"david lynch" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

12:19 min | 2 years ago

"david lynch" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"There's pool tables and other topless women just sort of dancing around and where have we seen that before Charles. I don't know maybe when i Jack Maybe you angry at me for wearing something of yours so again. This is the embryonic seeds of two ex exactly exactly it's a prototype yeah and these are even very dressed very similar with the oh the short black skirts and the black tights and just <hes> jewelry but no toubon and <hes> but yeah or it's kind of like in fire walk with me <hes> okay. I thought you were talking about when Jags but yeah you're right. It's yes the fire walk with me Bar Yeah Yeah. It's like our Iraq with my m. The great went <hes> my high school sandwich. Sh you feel like you have to take a shower after eight yourself for watching all of it I e clean one of the things they mentioned in the booklet. I don't WanNa get too far off the booklet but <hes> somebody mentioned in the booklet the the like I said the Dorothy balancing where she shows up to Jeffrey's house naked is not supposed to be arousing. It's supposed to be disturbing. Sabella Rossellini said that yeah and I think a lot of David a lot of nudity you see a David Lynch is not supposed to arouse. I think it's supposed to make you feel tencent uncomfortable because you're right when they all when when frank brings a Jeffrey into this far and he starts beating that one guy and there's women there they're still dancing other. Just look on like oh frank's here again it just sort of adds to the tension for Jeffrey that he has no idea what's going on. He's in over his head. He has no idea what to do or is and he really should not. This is not a place he should be and I think that's a lot of times. The the nudity that David Lynch presents to you is not to arouse you to make you feel uncomfortable comfortable and not in not in a way of like Laura Palmer's naked and you are worried about her like some some of that is a little bit of it and I think that's what it is with Laura that we don't want Laura to be a prostitute. We want her to be okay. We want want her to be happy and not to say that Laura Palmer isn't beautiful and that it could be housing but I don't think that's the point it's like you're supposed to feel protective of her and I in this situation. You're supposed to see these. I'm assuming they're hookers. Yes 'cause Wijil or just skanks a bit. I'm assuming yeah I'm assuming they're hookers because I would think that skeleton keep their POPs online unless but they're they're there for Jeffrey to look around and go. Oh my count Ivan over my head yeah well. That's one of the themes in in Lynch. It seems like he seems to have this really interesting fascination the nation with lost innocence or or the innocence being exposed to the seedy underbelly of things exactly or what is it that Brad Door says that innocence in the impossibility ability of it yes that there's really no such thing as we or it's it's impossible to be to stay innocent right because the world isn't it because it a town like Lumberton. No one's innocent you know there. There's even you even likely came up with that. Didn't you pretty well like sandy is fairly innocent but the more she grows up in the more she learns the more she realizes that even though she's innocent her surroundings aren't <unk> safety gets exposed to some dark dark stuff too obviously and CD has always sort of been exposed Dr stuff in a sanitized way with her father being a police detective but still yeah so but right so I think I think that's an interesting thing. Lynch does <music> with nudity and <hes> because even even when Jeffrey I sees Dorothy valluns getting undressed. He's like aroused but scared tired of that and he's really realizing like Oh shit. I'm in this woman's closet now. She's getting naked. What am I what do I do? You know this is gone way further than he expected it to. He's not there to see her naked. He's there to figure out what the Hell's going aw yeah. He's he's yeah he's. He's basically trying to solve a mystery this yeah or just he he's fascinated by mysteries as it turns out. That's kind of his thing. As we learn especially I think in this loss footage <hes> so one of the interesting things I thought it was really fun about this scene Raymond so when they walk into the Bar Raymond goes over to the bartender and he what is he asked for what ask for Charles a case of paps bloom long neck so <hes> so apparently yeah this is where they get the beer to bring over to Benz so this is the civil presumably. This is pretty close if not the same building. I don't know it's close by and just driving by this place you just don't see him no in it and so <hes> yeah and again I would like like to say that you know if you're a hipster and drink p._B._R.. And you've not seen this movie shame on you. It's right up the hipster alley right and the Franklin frank ends up shoving a guy named Willard onto the pool table ten some poor unsuspecting hooker has to get on their tells him he's GonNa get a love letter when he least expects it. We all know about Frank's love letters. Don't they're not good. You know what when you don't want one and a yeah and then <hes> then he takes Jeffrey to go meet a friend of his which of course we know is banned so pretty good pretty good opening scene for that and he just was one that I thought didn't necessarily need to be in the movie but it's interesting to watch. It's very interesting to. Wad Kinda makes me one on extended cut. Oh Yeah it'd be interesting to see it integrated into the movie but I think we're already tense enough for Jeffrey. Were already scared for him because I think this scene is helping build that attention and it's helping you show how psychotic frank really is but it's not as that because we've got Dennis Hopper Dennis Hopper is so amazing in this movie doing doing this role that you need five minutes of him to realize that if you were around him it's terrifying experience. You don't need you need to build this tension so I totally get why this one was cut all right next scene in the suburban home. A woman woman comes outside to tell a guy named Greg that billy's waiting for his teddy and then she was she. Apparently we find out yet. It's in the next door. Neighbors of moments Sunday see Tom Beaumont so we learned <hes> Jeffries father's first name Thom the fright so what we see is <hes> the little boy in his diaper walking around and of course we've seen in the movie that when Uh Jeffrey's father has his heart attack is watering the plants and the dog is jumping in and trying to lift water right and you know the little water hoses still streaming salon yeah and the you know the baby is intrigued by this too so it's the dog and the baby just looking at this stream of water over this guy who has just had a heart attack so like the really tragic moment but it's comical because of you know like you have a baby and the dog there reminiscent of the Godfather because of <hes> yeah the oranges or or just just <hes>. That's a great comparison I didn't I never even considered about it. You're absolutely right about that reminiscent of but not copying exactly yeah yeah. He didn't let no. You didn't lift it all now <hes> next scene the big dance party at College. I love the Big Dance Party at college because it's so like yeah so it's funny. It's it's kind of like the peanuts kids in Charlie Brown Christmas dancing exactly they're just not really dancing all that much as a little swaying back and forth and like Oh hey were extras in a movie and here we go. You're not sure what the music is necessarily going to be. Probably when you're filming it. I don't know how to answer this and it was funny too because I was looking at it and it looks like a high school dance to me it does at first. I thought it was high school. Then of course we find out because Geoffrey that's College College College right so as I mean I know that I was kind of antisocial social anxiety panic attack nerd in college but I don't remember like dances in like common buildings at college so <hes> i WanNa know where Jeffrey goes to college. We never get to find that out. No we never find that out. We know that he flies home jumper. Yes obviously somewhere far away from lumberton but <hes> so a guy goes looking for Jeffrey because mom's on the phone and this is where we first meet his girlfriend Louise Jeffries girlfriend Louise hasn't seen him the guy looked talks to her really quick and Louisa turns out. It's Kinda pissed because Jeffries not with her. He went to the bathroom like an hour ago. Yeah so turns out Jeffries in a boiler room somewhere nearby watch hiding in like the background under some stuff behind some stuff watching a guy trying the date rape a girl okay couple of things here yes. Why is there a mattress in the boiler room? What kind of Freddie Krueger colleges this? I think it's more like a frat thing that maybe you know hey the Frat guys this the rape room that could very well be what happens and it's and it's interesting because it sets a pattern for Jeffrey where he hides and he watches things that could arouse him or could make him uncomfortable and to Jeffrey's credits credits he does. He'll leave her alone but but it's jeffries credit he it takes a while well not only that he really does it when he's kind of forced to leave because the guys the guy outside that was looking for him it calls out for him. He hears him outside and so he's like he gets up and he's like I. I guess I should probably say something before I leave yeah always like hey you know don't you. Dan Hands offer exactly Nice Nice back to the future reference. Thank you so but so essentially this kind of like teases the notion that hey yeah jeffries a bit of a voyeur. That's his through yeah. He's a bit of a voyeur. He's a bit of <hes> he's the type that will go looking for something seedy. I think yes because did he follow those people in the boiler room or was he. They're already doing something. That's the part. We don't know <hes> <hes> that we don't know yeah. It's kind of hard to say. I say that maybe we almost want you. Want you want a deleted scene of this scene right right. You want even more like I want to <unk> an like. Would you like to know more. Yes yes. I would like to know more. Yes yes I would exactly dislike starship troopers reference yet but I again. This is one that I that I'm glad that got deleted for a couple of reasons first of all it gives you a different image of.

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"david lynch" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

12:36 min | 2 years ago

"david lynch" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"Know. You're right your experiences and you tend to you can adapt them <unk> as you see fit and that's what David Lynch did there with that scene was that he you know he took that memory. That obviously is especially if he's younger. It's pretty firmly cemented his brain Anne screen for everybody to share with everybody and that just shows that yeah it there's a there's an underbelly to to a small town and it's not as it's not as David Lynch weird as you think I mean this is this. This kind of stuff happens so in the town like Lumberton. No one is safe. No one is innocence visit no one is you knew it was going that. I knew I knew exactly where you're going so yeah. That's the thing it's like <unk>. I'm sure that twin peaks is not the only town in you know in the history of small towns that has a cocaine addicted homecoming queen. You know that that's that's not that far <unk> stretch when you really think about when you really take a look at things it's really not that it's not something we want to admit and it's not the image that we wanted project but it's it's the it's the truth. It's the case so I think it's this film that actually probably helped Lynch inch figure out the most of what you know where his specialty lied was was yes Americana coming you know him growing up in the fifties <hes> where everything's all bright and clean and whatnot but he lynch has this interest in like okay. Let's look under this rock and what's under this Raleigh and what's GonNa Crawl out and what secretly hiding in the shadows and if you think about the nineteen fifties. There's that contrast there's a contra. There's a couple of there's a couple of versions of the nineteen fifties. There's the nineteen fifties the Eisenhower Nineteen in your fifties that we all like to remember the Howdy doody era all that yeah right exactly the how duty the Donna Reed leave it to beaver. There's that kind of fifties where nobody locked their doors and everyone was all that kind of stuff women limited pleated skirts in poodle the poodle skirts yeah yep the guys all the guys pipes and wore suits and yes exactly exactly I never all the kids went down to the malt shop after school that kind of thing there's that nineteen fifties but then there's also the nineteen fifties of no coloreds. There's a nineteen fifties of McCarthyism in the nineteen fifties of Frederick worth of the Cold War then there's the nineteen fifties of the Cold War. There's there's that intolerant nineteen fifties yes but fifth columns also tonight yeah there's also the nineteen fifties of Betty Page and Jean Bill Brew and all of that you know bizarre magazine and things like that that sort of <hes> risque hills Charles Moulton. You know that that nineteen fifties that Charles moton was a little before that but but that's sort of like the guy that created wonder won by away. Yes that's William Charles Moulton yeah and <hes> there's not there's a there's a real. There's a nineteen fifties. There's an upside down yeah. Basically it's like if you watched the show stranger things. There's the it's like the upside down right right and it's it's there but it's like comey hidden from view right but it's but it's their nose there. I mean it's it's it's kind of also like dairy dairy Maine where everybody knows horrible Shit's going on but nobody talks about it. You know we just sort of turn a blind eye to it and I think David Lynch does a fantastic job of integrating those different elements of Nostalgia Americana Small Town where you have the the Jeffrey Beaumont Jeffrey Beaumont College Kid Dad owns the hardware store <hes> white picket fence and that's in the opening shot right there that you know you know the Lynch makes a point of this of showing like a red white and blue the red flower lower the white rice lower the way exactly so it's like again pure Americana that he's predicting and then you have Sandy Williams in her parents you know her dad is the cop and <hes> in her boyfriend. Is Mike The quarterback this whole there. Is there a sweet wholesome family and yeah they you know they have people over for dinner and and <hes> might sandy has her boyfriend and whatnot and right but even that even with that sort of situation was a football player if a player who I you know. I wonder if he's has some sort of lead. It seems like we we need to get there. I know but then you have this local. Also there's a slow club. There's Dorothy Allen's there's frank booth and his Ganger hoagies and then then there's the yellow man who was a cop. I mean you have Chad's you know small of Chad exactly and Robbie is probably related to Chad. He's probably like chat my grandfather or something I bet you grandpa Chad Chad exactly so there's a lot of a lot of stuff going on in a small town in David Lynch's a great job of meshing that but he also adds. It's in the banality of small town life that whole can I borrow the car sure don't go to Lincoln but you know the two the two women just sitting watching television the the slowness of a small town the banality of life <hes> just life in general in life has life can have a banality. Even if you're if you're not leaving some sort of jet set life. There are days when you're washing dishes. You know there are days when you're just watering the lawn you know and that's when you have your heart attack. That's the thing there is a sloan isn't of analogy life in general and David Lewis is a fantastic job of mixing all that stuff together and even though sometimes I think he goes on a little too long with it like when I watch those deleted scenes. There's only a couple that I kind of wish we're in the movie. <hes> we'll talk about those. We'll talk about those yeah exactly but I think <hes> it gets you can understand why they were cut. Totally get where they were cut. They were cool but you totally get where they were cut and or even when when you go over to Ben's house for Ben Justice Yeah hanging out you know these are there's people that are just drunker hodge sitting around their house which I don't know about you Charles but I knew a lot of people in college just did that. It's like just come over and we'll get high. It's like all right fine. Can we maybe order pizza or watch a movie board here but <hes> eight is a fantastic job of mixing that together and Blue Velvet. I think he really did sort of fide. Find his feet with it because David Lynch obviously can do anything you know <hes> personally I like do I can't help it. I like it. I'm right here with you. I'm a big Dune supporter yeah even though you know he talks about how Dune was such a failure and then that what kind of <hes> this was kind of his rebound movie from Dune but had I liked plus. We do have problems but it's beautiful yeah you know it's gorge and there's a there there there's of course eraserhead which is like a stream of consciousness type of film. It's not supposed is to be linear but then there's then there's the elephant man which has struggle tournament that is beautiful and wonderful and fabulous performances and yeah he can do. He can do anything but I think this is really his force. Hey this type thing I don't mean to Pigeonhole to hold him and I don't mean to because even when you have settled anybody's capable pigeonholing David Lynch true even when you have something like a lost highway yeah where they're not in a small town there in Los Angeles. They're kind had a Hollywood people. They still have this sort of or Mahalla drive drive yet. This is what we show you but this is what's really going on. There's always a darkness somewhere to be found exactly glitz glamour aw right right and you might be going to all the right parties and meeting other at people and doing all the right things but Robert Blake is gonNA come up to you to party and it's going to be bad and you know when you think about just somebody ready as living just a ordinary life that Balthasar getty is living at home with Gary Busey in his you know his girlfriend Natasha Gregson Wagner and Oh is it. He wakes up and he some guy in a prison and how the hell did that happen so you know because it happens yeah. He's like look like it. Does you know watch waking up to find out she somebody else exactly. It's as you're looking at box in looking in a box yet. It's very twin peaks outside right now Charles is I can't have a window yeah. I'm with you have a window. I don't I'm here. I'm here in the basement of solitude Yep. It does windows assault other now belongs to trees in my reflection. Oh yeah the trees are a <hes> Israel it. It's like it's like ghost would here. It's a ghost. We didn't hear yet all right so <hes> you ready rented this <hes> criterion version down. Yes let started. I learned okay so <hes> <hes> we now we've. I've already talked <hes> the film <hes> when we back in episode thirty two way back on April twelfth twenty eighteen if anyone wants to come to know our thoughts about you know the film as we the actual storyline line so I love it. We love the film obviously <hes> we'll see we're going to talk about the film but we're not GONNA go into. Obviously you know the the plot point by plot point detail because hey we talked about that. You can go back and you can go back episode thirty two if you want that. That's like supplemental material to this <hes> we we figured that you would probably rather talk about the new stuff that hasn't been released and <hes> obviously so that of course includes like all the deleted scenes that were just talking about all the extra documentaries and all and whatnot new the booklet that has all kinds of interesting information in it. We'll talk about that <hes>. I thought we had good four four hours of extra steps so I'm guessing you probably you know everyone out there. Listening to this probably does not want to sit for it through four hours of us because hey why would you sit through four hours of you can sit through four two hours of supplemental features <unk> exactly Raya Blue Velvet. So what will if you're if you're even the remotest fan of his movie. You need to buy this blu-ray. It's not getting it because you know an an. I'm comparing it to see. I'm personally compared area to this two thousand five D._V._D.. Really's that's what I had until three weeks ago and I'm really glad that upgraded although there are some similarities in the D._v._d.. And there's a lot of differences obviously obviously <hes> there's some features on the D._v._d.. That were not carried over to keep both of them. Yes yeah because <hes> now. There's a couple ones. You're probably obviously going to go to the BLU ray Moore but every so often you might WanNa Crack Open The D._v._d...

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Geena Davis, David Lynch, more to receive honorary Oscars

Lori and Julia

01:49 min | 2 years ago

Geena Davis, David Lynch, more to receive honorary Oscars

"We're already talking Oscars of the governor's awards have announced the recipients this year. Now, the governor award, the honorary Oscars remember those away from the telecast, and to a separate ceremony that happens later in the year this year's recipients include Gena Davis. David Lynch actor, Wes, Studi and director, Lena were muehler. So. Well, it's like, gene her shots award like Angelina got that. It's like a humanitarian okay, let's Gena Davis giving it for. She's getting it for women the women stuff. That's right. Gina davis. Not only did she win an Oscar for the accidental tourist back in the eighties for her acting but Gina Davis is the founder and chair of the genus date. Gena Davis institute on gender in media. Her nonprofit that pushes companies to create a wired variety of female characters in programming and movie. A long time ago before before me to before everything. She'll really good for her. Yeah. She's super passionate. A word didn't she make a Nazi propaganda films. No, Lenny re. She is no longer in this, this woman. She became the first woman to receive an Oscar nomination for directing back in nineteen seventy six that film, seven beauties and to this day, only five women have been nominated for the Oscar for best directing one woman, winning the prize. That was Kathryn Bigelow. Yeah. That, that was such a good movie. But that is number believably mad that is unbelievably bad. Remember, Barbara Streisand has been nominated one of the women for best director this. We have that to look forward to the governor's awards. We'll be happening October. Twenty seventh they are not televised. But usually we'll get an ice clip real during

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Peggy Lipton, Star of 'Twin Peaks' and 'The Mod Squad,' Dies at 72

Financial Issues with Dan Celia

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Peggy Lipton, Star of 'Twin Peaks' and 'The Mod Squad,' Dies at 72

"An actress and model from the sixties has passed away. USA's? Rick Vincent has more. Malate nineteen sixties much quad series star Peggy Lipton. Pleading hit become Julie Barnes on the show from nineteen sixty through nineteen seventy three series which starred Michael Cole and Clarence Williams and dealt with issues such as domestic violence abortion police, brutality, the Vietnam war and drugs over five seasons the series earned Lipton. One of the it girls over time for EMMY nominations in nineteen seventy one Golden Globe award for best actress in a TV drama in nineteen ninety Lipton return to acting in what became her most enduring role as Norma Jennings in David Lynch and Mark frost cult TV series, twin peaks. She also had recurring roles on TV shows like popular alias and crash and appeared under daughters comedy, Angie Tribeca as well as on the TNT drama clause within died at the age of seventy two after a battle with

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"david lynch" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"david lynch" Discussed on KTRH

"James Hagerty on America's aging bridge clubs. He's here later in the hour. Group of cattle ranchers says their livelihood may depend upon persuading congress to order mandatory country of origin labeling for the steaks, and burgers, they produce the government wants required such labels, but lawmakers outlaw them in two thousand fifteen to comply with global trade rules, David Lynch, global economics correspondent at the Washington Post paid a visit to Patterson Washington near the border with Oregon to get a feel for the cattle battle David what are these cattlemen after? Well, after is they want the government to order all sold here in the United States in the grocery store. Carry a labeled as you know, where from and they wanted to say made in the USA. This is really about is sort of the collision between a just the latest turn in a decade long argument about this and the president's new North American trade deal. So these ranchers have been fighting this fight off and on for ten years. They wanted a lost battles in congress. They've lost a couple of key battles at the World Trade Organization, and I should say the industry itself is divided. These ranchers I was spending time with represent a minority view within within their industry. But they look at this new North American trade deal that the president's trying to get through congress, and they're trying to hit you ride on that they're trying to get their favorite issue tacked onto that and pull out a last minute win here at Savion against them. Explain the importance of having this made in the USA label on their cattle. What does it mean to them? I guess financially. Right. Their view of this is that if consumers avid choice, they will choose. American beef, and they feel strongly about that. And they feel like, you know, the absence of the of this type of labelling which was in use for several years after two thousand nine two thousand nine to about two thousand fourteen or fifteen and cattle prices plummeted after that labeling was taken off because of the World Trade Organization rulings and they see a direct tie between labeling and price that they get for their product. Now, the you get argument on this. And are the, you know, the main industry grew the national Cattlemen's beef association. They say, no, that's not the case. And they have got studies done for the the US department of agriculture that say that look at that price decline after the labeling requirements taken off and say, you know, it didn't have a heck of a lot to do of labeling. It was because other supply and demand factors within the industry. And so in their view and. According to this study, the really is no connection. No direct connection between labeling and price. But you know, that's an argument that's been going on for over ten years. The important part though. And the reason why this is such an uphill battle is the world. Trade organization is already ruled on this twice. And they've said that the way the US was doing labeling amounted to a trade barrier was a way to discriminate against foreign beef and us it wasn't permitted under global trade rules, speaking with David Lynch global economics correspondent at the Washington Post is piece is called America. I may be last hope for these cattle ranchers and these cattle ranchers he's referring to a made in the USA label on their cattle. This seems like an awfully tough fight for the little guy. And you know, having lost the fight and lost it in. What seemed to be a decisive way about four years ago? I wouldn't say they were resigned to their fate. But they got to recognize reality. We're in fast forward to twenty seventeen you go President Trump coming into office. He's vocal advocate of buy America policies, manufactured goods and in seeking to renegotiate NAFTA. The trade deal with Mexico Canada. He set as an objective bringing more manufacturer and particularly the auto industry back here to the US. So they looked at that. And they said, whoa. Maybe maybe this new guy Trump is is our ticket. And so they've tried to get their issue. They're labelling issue in cert- it into the legislation that congress will ultimately take up to approve this new trade deal. But it's, you know, they're they're really fighting a lot of procedural battles. And and frankly of a factor in congress and the administration where you've got lawmakers who've been around for years who fought this battle and lost it several times. And they look at it. And they say, you know. We don't see any point Iran up this hill. One more time if we're just gonna lose it the WTO again, they have any influential lawmakers on their side got Senator Jon tester from Montana who later this month is is looking at trying to get a non-binding sense of the Senate resolution passed to see where opinion stands on this. You know, the the other main industry force within their own business is against them and has pretty deep pockets. And as I say, you know, the real stumbling block is, you know, even if he could get congress onboard, Mexico and Canada was scream bloody murder and complained to the WTO again. And you'd almost certainly lose that flight have lost it twice. Thanks, david. David Lynch global economics. Correspondent at the Washington Post is thirteen minutes now after the hour on this weekend. Tracking the domestic dust bunny. You come to find them hiding under wardrobes next to Las soaks due to sudden scarring off what's the fascinating about the dust bunny is that although they are not actually sent creatures when they have Tyco not only saves people money, but also has a ninety seven percents customer satisfaction rating this obvious to them you should switch because. Yes. Switching to gyco is a no brainer. Oh, no is the dust is only natural predator on the lung dust on his run along.

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"david lynch" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"david lynch" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I have to find out whose wife, correct? There you go. Jibing? Stephen douglas. You really want us to go there right now. Okay. Let's go ahead. Let's our category out gory for today. How odd kind of all odd question. Okay. All right. Let's start rhyming involved. Right. No, no, Ryan. All right. To make the film the sound of music shorter a theater manager in Seoul, South Korea. Cut all of these Ataman. What is what are the song? Correct numbers. Music. It was just the sound of silence. Signwriter song. Reportedly when Henry Ford built his first automobile he forgot to put in one of the ears. Yes. What is rivers, you're correcting? And I knew that one do. It's the only precious gem composed of only one element. Manning. What is a diamond you're correct. What's the element carbon? Correct. Good. You got nice. This insect the musket domestic can become a great grandmother and only sixty days, rob. Yes. What does an aunt wrong? Mandy, what is a stink bug wrong. Nope. Angie, anti. What is a be? No. What's a housefly stupid horse lies? And finally his name may be erased from your head, but he directed odd movies like a racer head who is David Lynch. You are Carone funny. David Lynch movies. I hate him. Pretend I liked him because all my friends liked him. But then one day, I was watching a David Lynch movie. And I was like this is hot garbage. I just hate everything about blue blue or blue velvet velvet, and what are the other? I've seen them twin peaks to s. He's one of those for me, David Lynch is one of those emperor has no clothes things. Like, nobody else wants to say he's stupid and weird on the house category. There you go appropriate. I mean, he's just put them. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. We'll be back tomorrow. We got stuff tomorrow. We got things. I was thunder storm Tuesday the crispier. Yeah. This tomorrow. So that could tell us why this weather hanging around sick to death. We're going to have snow.

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"david lynch" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

12:23 min | 2 years ago

"david lynch" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"Which which turns into the dwayne Milford Elsner getting with Lana which is which is very goofy but has little bit more of a point because he is a judge the twin peaks contest and she wants to win this winter the Advantest expecting expecting him to vote for her. Yes right I will say I do. I do love the Milford Wedding. I think that's hilarious. I Love Milford Weddings like they also have all been to one like eight times exactly because they happen so frequently as well as I explained that it was like <unk> like the seasonal change thing yeah the the other his weddings are seasonal the salmon spun in the spring or whatever and so do mill for weddings happen and it was a scene where the log log lady goes up to Pete Martel and just as this cake is delicious sort of looking at like what the Hell Lady and I always get a kick academy when the two of them are on onscreen together <hes> watch that down with a nice glass of milk or like in the last episode where he thinks that she stole his truck Mike Truck. He's looking at her all suspicious stuff but I think it's an and they have to reassure him. No Pete the Log lady did not steal your whole story or truck so he even then. I don't think Pete was sold on it yeah. I don't think stuff so he's all shifty eyes looking at at lady 'cause Pete News when he saw by God his dress down yeah does but again just because they have been working with David Lynch the entire time David Lynch has been making films and because they formerly husband and wife I always I was gonNA kick out the fact that they were when they get a better so as good 'cause I. I love the fact that they were husband Rice but they still this to work well together. Sometimes the obviously there's that strain because you can't stand to be around that person emotionally well sometimes. You just can't be married to somebody them as a person in the divorces happen and people still remain friends which is that Southie the one thing that made you do not like each other was being married to each other though if they get along very yeah. That's the thing if you don't have to. If you don't have to be partners with somebody anymore you can be friendly with them so so people work better as friends than has lovers risk so hake to take a turn remembered as hank forgets. Does he ever get prosecuted for setting the mill fire. I don't know because there's a number. I don't think so when Catherine Martell screen when Catherine Martell goes to see Benjamin Horn she talks about getting a phone call in a voice way shouldn't recognize that was hank. They called her. Maybe the only thing I can think of is that maybe when Harry's filling in like as kind of a <hes> aftermath about what happened to Hank says well hang violators parole all and didn't they brought up on charges for this and this and that so whatever maybe yeah I don't know that it sounds like it sounds like the only people who know about that have been <unk> Jennings so oh. I don't know maybe bed horn in an active revenge told the COPS Censoring Katherine Katherine didn't she said it was the voice should recognize. I don't think she knew Hank was shelly of identified. Who Do I don't know that's a good question identified hank she might have been able to but because Yeah Hank is who shot Leo through the window but she was her back to the window at the time she might have just been so terrified from being when it will find out eventually when we start white rewatching some these episodes we'll see all right so actually I have some feedback? This week sweets yes on social media. It's been awhile but we got some email to Jimmy G. men so Jeff F. from Minnesota writes in I know just full name because Google sent it to me nights but he didn't put that in in the sign. We're not GONNA exactly yeah. We'll keep that <hes> under wraps though if he would have done if he wanted include that he would have put it in the body of his letter so protect the secret identity now all right so he says Jeff writes in Hey ghost would huge twin peaks fan at stumbled onto your podcast loved the show just listening into the James Hurley Saga so much better than actually watching it. It's thank you just we were hoping that consider that a public service like this this art gift to you yes we we washed it to so you didn't have to see after yet exactly so he says can't wait to hear more and to dig into the back catalogue. Please keep it up best Jeff F. FROM MINNESOTA JEFF plan. Thank you glad you found us. I'm glad you're here so thank you jeff with three Jeff with three FS. We really no seriously we really do appreciate you Jeff. Thank you so much writing in letting snow that we're actually doing good job. We really appreciate it. Yes we definitely appreciate your feedback and <hes> especially when we get positive feedback so that's all it's like hey we're not completely sucking at this. That's great interest nice to know that there are nerds out there like us love the show as much as we do and at least some of those that are appreciated us summing-up James Surly Saga yes in fact that I thought that would be an appreciated Yep exactly so late nights there. We're getting some points for that <hes> so if you want to be like Jeff and <hes> please do please write in let us know what you think and anything else about any upcoming storylines. We're GonNa talk about or just whatever for twin peaks general thoughts come into your brain. You drop US ally like Jeff did at ghost would podcast at gmail.com at the G.. Man Goes with podcast at gmail.com or you can reach us on the twitter machine at Ghost would cast definitely appreciate that definitely on facebook page ghost with twin peaks podcast. You drop US line there as well. Many people have and we're all over the place. We are all over the place. It's not like you don't have the ability to reach us. Is We right so we're trying to say here so so please reach out to us we definitely appreciate because we know what you guys think and <hes> Howard doing one and stuff. You'd like to talk about twin peaks so let's talk about twin peaks all the time but it's easier. If we know what you guys want to talk about right so if there's something we're not covering that you want us to cover well drop. His line lists now right course there's an idea all right so next time on ghost would what are we gonNA talk about. Next time I WANNA do Matrix disappearance or you WanNa do ben or we started Josie. Josi okay cool on wondering if we should talk about that and then <hes> 'cause I wanna do that final episode to you. So do you want to make this like two-parter where we talk about leading up to Josie or I don't know to see what <music> how much time that fills up because we have final final episode. Well you know like Josias final episode doozy's Fan so yeah. Let's talk about that. Well this is so my point is like another with some stuff leading up to that yeah. Let's talk about Nelson. Maybe we'll talk about it for a little bit and then we'll watch the episode well yeah. That's the thing we can sort of back up and sort of re revisit jozies bad planning okay you know and how she gets you know how Catherine telephones around and how she becomes Catherine's made and all that kind of stuff they'll take an episode and then we could do her final episode after that are we can do it altogether. It's not long. That's what I was wondering. I was trying to figure out just sort of say okay. Here's that we should have probably talked about off the air but we're we're. We're being transparent here. You're part of the process approach but yeah we'll we'll. We'll sort of summarize. How Josie got to wear? She is right now in how she got so desperate and just a run through the episode and then we can just sort of run through Eckhart are coming to town and Andrew still alive and Kinda would like to really watch that episode of final because I know that was your Gateway Episode Yeah. That was my first episode. I saw so I kinda WanNa like you know want to watch that through with you like we've been doing when we did Rachel or Palmer Saga. Yes exactly well imagine having that be your first episode. Oh Great. I love this now. It's canceled. Thanks a lot for that so I was very happy. When it came back so as was I I was by really invested show by that point so yeah so what will do is we'll talk a little bit about jozies back story and then we'll do the episode that sounds great so so we're GonNa have a big Josie episode next time right Josie episode honestly I I think I was the most disappointed in the fact that there is no josie anything in the return right and we you know Bob Esta question what happened to Josie? We don't know what happened to have. I have no idea so let's see here. That was the then born is the episode. I'm trying to think of Denver. Yes Oh so we're yes next time on and goes for. We're going to talk to condemned woman and but we'll also recap what happened up to that point and then we'll talk about it so exactly so we'll set it. We'll set the table and then we'll have a nice little court which means we get to talk about David Warner which thanks me so happy because Hey Tamasek heart major player so this is we finally get to talk. David Warner says good speaking much but it it's it counts speaking of David Warner. Did you hear that they're doing time bandits TV series. I heard something about that but it's another element yet. Time Ends TV series Taika What T._d.. I forget that's how his name is. The the guy who directed Sore Ragnarok. Okay is involved. Apparently who's going to be in it. I don't know I don't think they've cast yet. That'll be interesting is just very they just announced it recently so oh I'm so might want to keep an eyeball out on that one yeah. I wonder how that's going to a lot time. Bandits has a lot of heavy hitters in it so so this could either be like a reinvention or expansion. I don't know how they're going to do this. WHO's going.

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"david lynch" Discussed on Off The Hook

Off The Hook

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"david lynch" Discussed on Off The Hook

"Now, there's a story in Florida that I'd like to move to. And I just want to read this because of the way it reads, it's from my CBS four dot com, which tells you right away all kinds of things. It's a story about a Florida teen whose phone was hacked, many iphone users have received a notification saying you need to change your apple. Indeed. And most of us change it without a second thought. But for Lisa Simmons from Donnellan, Donna, leeann, okay? Her teenage daughter had no idea that notification dot dot dot was from a hacker. She says her daughter didn't notice it immediately until her phone started acting strange. She would say my battery life was four hours. I can't connect to the network. I think there is something wrong with sprint. Okay. None of those things are necessarily abnormal. There's always been something wrong with sprint battery. Life sucks and networks. Never able to be connected to the big deal. Is it wasn't until her daughter. Tried to FaceTime her friend when she knew something was horribly wrong. And not because she was using FaceTime. That would be a clue for me. She said he's on my phone. He's on my phone. He's on my phone. I said calm down tell mom what? Going on. She says the friend received several FaceTime calls from her. But when she answered it wasn't her. It was Laura from the from the black lodge in twin peaks, not know it. But you know, if David Lynch got hold of this. I think we could get a good story out of it. Her friend says I answered one of them. It was a grown man sitting behind a computer monitor. And that's when the friend hung up. So she was never able to pursue that story. If out the rest of what was going on there. Someone says apple helped her change. All her passwords, but the family still felt unsafe increase battery drainage with phones doing things expecting yet. That's a sign that something is compromised, according to Matt guck all Gainesville police departments digital forensics detective. And that's guy you wanna get drunk in a bar. Really? You'll get all kinds of stories. He says hackers can get information from your phone fairly easily when you on public wifi network. Not necessarily as easy as that. You have to do a couple of things using public wifi network in and of itself is not where the hazard is. Right. I mean, and this was an apple ID. So she was on an iphone, which are, you know, they're pretty damned secure right in a it. Just the story just seems so poorly thought out and so poorly written and capitalizing on this fear of hackers. You know that we've been seeing at least for the last thirty thirty five years, probably. What what this story says to me is a hell of a lot less about the the hack itself and more about the dearth of quality local news stories coming out these days and the slashing of budgets of these particular local stations where they're turning out crap. Like, this, you know, that just seems completely half baked where you're getting one side of the story of teenager who's complaining about her battery training, and then quotes from a, you know, a police officer who probably, you know, look, I'm generally in favour of law enforcement and what they do in in. You know, the they all do great work and whatnot..

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"david lynch" Discussed on wellRED podcast

wellRED podcast

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"david lynch" Discussed on wellRED podcast

"Zoom saying is like I think there was law rednecks with long hair smoking, Dube's feel your Deb took it a few steps further. Yeah. He also lied beyond just that because like for like my early childhood grownup. He rent a video store Crowder's video. So he's also big movie buff. That's how I got interested in show business in the first place was just like growing up around it in that way, growing up in video store. But he also in that world, he loved like, David Lynch, and the foreign movies and all this like super again, especially for Silina's super weird shit that also I as a kid was very much like what the thought is. It's not like David Bowie and the music at Doug, even as a child, I also like fucking puff daddy, and you know, Candlebox or whatever. But but I like the music, but a lot of the the movies though, I didn't fuck and get it. You know? I have a lot to tell to ten euro. Right. I just wouldn't Mike. He would try to turn me on to some of that shit. And most of that never really took at the time. But I mean, I, you know, I mean, you know, I've been made fun of on our podcast before for like Darren Aronovski and that type of shit. So I mean it seeps in right? But yeah, it's not like at the time. I was just all about it. You know, I was critical of some of the two it's like went to fucker. What is this? Because this is exactly what I wanted to. It's interesting to imagine apparent show on a child. David lynch. It's cool. It super cool. I was I mean, there's no way I was more than twelve or thirteen when I when we watched like Mulholland Drive together. I remember that movie because I think very quickly I'm gonna look up because the reason we watched it because it had just come out. We had a store, and it was new the movie was new I rented, look it up until this brick story. Mulholland Drive from video store. My mom work. In that was run by two thousand one. So I was fifteen but I'd seen other David Lynch movies before that like with or tried to get us. Normally it wasn't like they like normally I just lost interest. You know? I'd be I'd be like what what the fuck and I'd go do something. Go play my Sega Genesis or whatever did you go to rent movies thinking did you ever like do the thing? We like there's Bubis in this one. That's what I did a mobile, Android. Maybe it wasn't Mulholland Drive. I did that with if it was a one, but I can specifically remember being in that video store just trying to find a PG thirteen or an or movie that mom would let me have does. He care about that. Did you watch our movies? And it seems like you did. Yeah. I can the first one I could remember actually don't be rattled. It was. But I mean, I had to be. I bet it in this. I mean shit my mom was in there with him. So I was like bishops age I was like seven because I got divorced when I was seven. Yeah. They were in I went to bed and they were in the living room together. Watching die hard. The first diehard. Are we off the folk up? No, it's going to die for them a charge. Keep going they were in the living room watching the first die hard. And I came to the kitchen to get the drink because I woken up to pay your whatever. And I got a drink. And I can remember like. Like hiding behind a kitchen cabinet to watch the movie in the living room. Like, they would forget that. I was there or whatever. And after you know, like five minutes, my dad was just like, oh, boy, you know, just come over here. If you want to little Cup of koolade over there set down in watch the rest of diehard with them. I mean. Yeah. Like, I said, I I was like six or seven dollars are right. A movie there's no note titties in it or whatever. But like, yeah. But he was..

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"david lynch" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"david lynch" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"Take chances Mark frost versus David Lynch. Original twin peaks, you could tell when it was a David Lynch episode because it was all the fun, and it was all the crazy stuff. And when it was time to get shit done Mark facet come in. And it'd be like, wow. They just arrested. They just arrested somebody that is solve the murder this. It's only been ten minutes at the wheel. And you could really tell when it was who doing what? And when they came together made such a good satisfying thing having them kind of side by side. But then in the newest season of twin peaks to compare it to having a new Matt graining show with the people like you and Bill and the cast of future alma everybody. I think when twin peaks three came out was really hoping it would be exactly like twin peaks one and two where it would be like the saddle shoes in life. Then the just the playing saxophone, and you know, those people probably don't really. No, David Lynch, and they really just know what they like about like apple pie and coffee and very sexy teenagers and stuff. And instead what you got was the most David Lynch thing ever, which is the last thing you would ever expect and people hated it and other people loved it. I was so excited about it. And then I didn't watch just because it seemed to get that ma- response which is dangerous to listen to responses. Just in it. Yes. And I remember when tune tweaks on and it's like Bill and be and we get together to watch it. And you just like. That far. So so it's like it's a real trick. Especially in serialized arc driven storytelling to have that balance. Just talking about like podcast this all right worlds coming together diversions that people also love, and so we're very cognizant of it. And hopefully, this is a frost Lynch production fulltime. Yeah. We're telling the story and moving art. But we allow ourselves time for those diversions, for example. There's like I think it's pursued for or we're being elbow and Lucy take the weird drug on this trip. And that was that was just like a diversion, and it started a joke in a room, and it was a finger all the writers just like jumped in and we'd love to and to one of our favorite things. And that is that was really just a diversion. But we love it. And it's it's one of my favorite moments. However, there's certain things about thinking about the show like we're talking about like arch and stuff and like I would say like ninety percent of the arcs. End the secrets are preplanned and late in. But it's over ten percent of things arise along the route. While you're traveling are present themselves as wait a minute fist may just be like a weird drug trip, but actually ties into a deeper theme going here, and we're like there's a lot of stuff like that in the show. We're like, oh my God. Like just talking last week in like, oh, my God this stuff that we didn't think was related to the totally ties in and it seems like we're geniuses for. And that's like part of the fun too. And I was like gravity falls was done that way to like along the way you look and go like, oh my God that that was just a joke. But really we can use that for cannon drive to cannon further. And that is the greatest magic trick of good writing. I feel of you know, something that's is seemingly innocuous, and of course, if it's comedy it's most likely going to be a joke in the moment. And even if you do planet, you know, in that moment like to cover it with the joke. I think you know, makes people not suspect it that. Right. More folks chokes make things down the easiest exposition just coated in a job. I don't wanna be freaking half exposition character. Right. I see somebody especially in drama. It's like the detective who works the people, but isn't a main one and suddenly appears in seats. Explain what's going on like crazy too. So it's a real trick to make sure that the the arc is moving along in an entertaining and funny way, and it's also trick where to have big jokes. And also weird to keep make sure about the characters are treating situation realistically and really feeling it. Because if you're not feeling it that it takes you out of it..

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Is filmmaker David Lynch really pro-Trump?

Markley and Van Camp

03:28 min | 3 years ago

Is filmmaker David Lynch really pro-Trump?

"I don't think so i don't blame him for bringing all that stuff up no i mean gone over this a hundred times would you teach your kid to say and do everything the president does know is it refreshing in a lot of ways yes it is exposed a lot of different organizations for what they really are and the thing is he if he's an opponent will tie you and nuts frustrate you to no end because what is the media you're going to do with that where it is with north korea right now they're not doing the hate america day things are progressing at some point do you ever give credit to say hey it's better than it was a year ago will no you can't do that because now we have talked about immigration now we have to talk about all these or something tweeted or how he talked too bad about jimmy fallon and this isn't this the darryl but that's just politics man that's not supposed to be the job of a news organization that's what's so frustrating to people and trump went on he was bragging about some other different things well there's a hollywood director that is somewhat on his side now yeah not totally i i don't know if this has been overstated a little bit but david lynch had talked about it we mentioned it yesterday he said that trump might not wind up being in fact one of the worst presidents but might wind up being one of the best presidents and in a lot of ways it's what you and i have talked about because he has exposed a lot not just in the media but in the system as a whole oh and that includes the republican establishment yes he blew it apart he's he's in the primary yes he's exposed that nobody really is out there fighting for you right there just trying to keep the status quo and keep their jobs that's it so the full quote from the guardian david lynch was i'll just read the paragraph the key paragraph from the story goes like this he is undecided about donald trump he could go down as one of the greatest presidents in history because he was or he has disrupted things so much no one is able to counter this guy in an intelligent way trump may not be doing a good job himself wench things he is opening up a space where other outsiders might at our socalled leaders can't take the country forward can't get anything done like children they are trump has shown all this yes and i agree with that don't you at the very least i do i mean i don't think david lynch is going to be buying a great american makeamericagreatagain hat anytime soon but he has said what a lot of people especially in the hollywood world would never be caught dead saying exactly which is hey maybe we'll maybe we come out of this better so what does trump's say about david lynch oh sure that just came out david david he puts down headline trump could go down david lynch could go down as one of the greatest presidents in history of course there goes his career he actually voted for obama he voted for bernie sanders but he now says however he now appears to believe that trump bay have been the right choice after.

China warns against 'trade war,' appeals for cooperation

Weekend Edition Saturday

02:23 min | 4 years ago

China warns against 'trade war,' appeals for cooperation

"The united states in china have been trading tariffs all week president trump announced sixty billion dollars a new tariffs on chinese imports shortly thereafter china responded with three billion dollars in tariffs on us products will the back and forth break out into a trade war david lynch global economics correspondent for the washington post joins us now mr lynch thanks so much for being with us sure president trump course announced these tariffs after the us trade representative conducted an investigation of china's practices against us companies operating in china the complaints have been around for years but what are the chinese practices the president trump in particular doesn't like shirt will the tariffs are aimed in particular at a practice referred to as force technology transfer the chinese government for years has treated foreign companies us companies in particular with a what the us regards is discriminatory practices if if an american company wants to enter the chinese market they need to do so with a chinese partner the chinese partner controls the joint venture fifty one percent and they're required the us company is to turn over their trade secrets their advanced technology as a condition of market entry as a as a cover charge if you will for getting in and that puts the us in the long run at a disadvantage but at the same time why do so many people seem to believe that tariffs you're not a good way to address that problem of the day tariff is just a fancy word for tax and it's a tax paid by americans the people who pay the tariff are the ones who are bringing the chinese products into the united states and those are american companies and ultimately american consumers why do you think the chinese government response to sixty billion dollars in tariffs with just three billion dollars in terrorists i think the chinese are are playing very savvy game thus far trying to and the objective is to be firm enough to look as if they're responding and not taking any gulf from an outside power three billion dollars three billion three billion dollars three billion dollars into the law by shing the average guy in the streets of beijing he'll he'll hear that the chinese government has posted tall but the.

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