13 Burst results for "David Painter"
"david painter" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Justin Grimm is a great guy. Comes out before practice one day and he said, Hey, J D We're at lunch yesterday at a place that used to be open to town. Got a picture of the national champ said I saw your picture up on the wall and I go. What are you talking about? Because from the national championship table Thank you were 22 I go. Number one. I'm honored Number two. How do you think I am like I was eight and 1980. I started looking through, um like He had to thought I was David Painter 22 with that blond here. That's all I could think of. We don't have any bond here. Guys on there. We had, Jeff. Well, Jeff Park was the national championship team. I'm sure talk about Yeah, He's a backup. Yeah. Chris Welton. He was born, Welton said, Do not compare myself to him. So it had to be painter. So I was both honored and then insulted that Justin Grimm thought I was at old, but I was like, Yeah. Guess I could have just gone, but he had to think I was painters. All I'm saying I think it's It's nice that he thinks you were part of a national championship team. Well as a fan, I was like that. I absolutely love. All right. Let's get back to the falls have got Darryl with us from sea town. Columbus G A dance up, Darryl, How are you? Hey, man, You know, there's always that possibility of a letdown coming up a big win. Well, culture there is That's what Jeff thinks about every night. Well, yeah, He was another one that you know when a championship welcomes things only to happen, You know, Doll Nation did a poll before the game started on Who should be the starting quarterback either Bank or Bennett? They got 91% of the boats. Nothing. No way. You know what you've got to go with this period go with experience because that's not their build a leap didn't get bad quality snails and exactly More coach smartly and just a brilliant move on his end, and I'll tell you what we get these kicking, Rose Biggs. We're gonna be hard to beat. Go down. Thank you, Darryl. And.
"david painter" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"So the question come up how somebody get another card if you're a hearing from latency Tino rice university and non Trapani US Naval War College serving as moderator David painter Georgetown University did you seem to imply earlier that the Saudi Iranian conflict is less over religion and more over power that's what I think that I think that historians and other analysts look at that relationship of much more is one over regional power over two kinds of broad coalitions of states and regimes in the Middle East one that's a sort of allied with or at least aligned with the United States Israel other serve pro US receives and those that are aligned with Iran including Syria other other states that that are are opposed to sort of the first the first coalition the emphasis on sectarian politics on soon the verses Shia for example is a kind of political strategy that I think was seen as beneficial by parties on on sort of both sides of that conflict in mobilizing political support in establishing trans national of coalitions of of supporters so for Iran for example seeing Hezbollah in Lebanon as a as a valuable sort of ally in the in the confrontation against Israel United States would would be an example but also a kind of a political strategy for under cutting the sort of democracy movements that we saw during the Arab spring in in twenty eleven and which have a history in the region as I as I suggested in my in my remarks about the the constitution movement in Saudi Arabia in.
"david painter" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"To thank all of you for coming to hear this discussion early on a Monday morning a few weeks ago on October eleventh the US defense secretary mark T. asper announced a new deployment of US military forces to Saudi Arabia and at the time of that appointment he said Saudi Arabia is a long standing security partner in the Middle East and has asked for additional support to supplement their own differences and defend the international rules based order this statement and the deployment itself gives us kind of entry point in our discussion this morning for talking about the history of the US Saudi relationship and American foreign policy in Arabia and the Gulf more generally those phrases phrases like security partnership or maybe you've heard the phrase of bargain of security for oil are frequently used to describe the U. S. Saudi relationship in these descriptions serve to portray that relationship as natural as inevitable and ultimately as a political historical research by me and by many other people in the field however some great work being done right now shows that there was nothing inevitable about the U. S. Saudi relationship which developed over time in the contingent manner on the basis of conflict as well as cooperation and in a way that generated significant political controversy in both countries so I'm gonna do in my remarks give you sort of a sense of the scholarly literature by talking about three major themes or sets of topics in talking about the the US Saudi relationship and the first has to do with what historians call the post war petroleum order and the basic idea here is that the US Saudi relationship emerged not simply on a bilateral basis it is part of the system that developed middle eastern oil for fueling as you heard from doctor to pry any for fueling western Europe and Japan after World War two so when we talk about US Saudi relations we're not just talking about a bilateral relationship we're talking about the place of that relationship in that larger system the system that included major oil companies as well as states that included oil transit states that is those countries whose territory was crossed by it will on its way to market as well as oil producing states and leading included governments in the region as well as great powers like the United States and like Great Britain so major US corporations formed the Arabian American oil company or Aramco to develop Saudi oil and built the trans Arabian pipeline or tap line across four different countries to transport oil from the Gulf to the Mediterranean Aramco Saudi relations were based on a deal struck in nineteen fifty four of fifty fifty a profit sharing arrangement but those relations were also based on conflict and characterized by conflicts over payments in ownership of the company over the housing promotion in treatment of Saudi workers and over around because overall commitment to economic development in the kingdom US recognition of and support for Israel also complicated this relationship and isolated Saudi Arabia within the Arab world so a second set of topics or or themes has to do with the politics of reform domestic politics within the Saudi kingdom within Saudi Arabia and the basic sort of read a recognition or or basic argument that historians make is that from the beginning of this relationship in the nineteen thirties nineteen forties the US government and American oil companies were involved in domestic Saudi politics strikes among Aramco workers in nineteen forty five in nineteen fifty three and in nineteen fifty six led to demands for reform and the nationalization of Aramco by the Saudi government the government suppress the strikes in arrested or exiled leaders groups such as the national reform front later call the national liberation front formed out of these uprisings labor leaders in other dissidents regarded the US air base at doc brown and Aramco itself as constituting a colonial presence in Saudi Arabia this was the era of anti colonial nationalism of decolonization in the Arab world of the authority influence and popularity of the Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser a movement for a constitutional monarchy supported by workers by some government employees and technocrats and even some members of the ruling family was defeated in the early nineteen sixties the US government closed ranks behind King Faisal who had opposed the constitution and who in nineteen sixty four deposed his brother his half brother king size history professor make this is Tina helping to provide a briefing for congressional staffers on the importance of Middle East oil to American foreign policy so a third and sort of most this is sort of the most recent round of or or body of scholarship on the U. S. Saudi relationship has to do with the nineteen seventies and the period subsequent to the nineteen seventies so the scholarship that examines the nineteen seventy three seventy four oil embargo its consequences and then the way that the the relationship was sort of reconstituted following that embargo so prior to nine eleven the most serious crisis in the relationship came when Saudi Arabia joined other Arab oil producers in an oil embargo against the United States imposed for American support of Israel in the October nineteen seventy three Arab Israeli war the Arab oil embargo came at a time when tight global oil supplies gave producing governments leverage over major companies the result was a major shift in what historians have called in what I described a moment ago as the post war petroleum border producing states pursued what is sometimes called resource nationalism in the forms of higher prices demanding a greater share of the wealth produced by the production of oil and also corporate nationalization in other words demanding ownership rights within the companies that were producing oil within their within their territories as a consequence then Saudi Arabian nationalized Aramco in a planned takeover that culminated in the nineteen eighties with the creation of the state oil company Saudi Aramco which has a rather large presence in Houston where I now live that phrase that I mentioned earlier in in my remarks security for oil a kind of bargain between the United States where the U. S. offer security in exchange for secure access to Saudi well that security for oil bargain Keynes most to the post embargo era so the period after the nineteen seventy three seventy four oil embargo the US Saudi relationship was re established on the basis of recycling Petro dollars especially through weapons sales the sales of weapons produced by US companies to Saudi Arabia and also Saudi Arabia's purchase of treasury bonds so helping to fund the debt of the United States as well as Saudi support for anti communist causes in the Cold War especially the support for the Islamist insurgency against the Soviet Union in Afghanistan after nineteen seventy nine also in nineteen seventy nine as you heard the U. S. lost its principal ally in the Gulf the Shah of Iran to a revolution the Iranian revolution placed added emphasis on Saudi Arabia as a regional US ally but proposals arm the Saudis also elicited strong opposition from pro Israel groups and politicians here in the United States following the announcement of the Carter doctrine which you also heard about from doctor to pry money in nineteen eighty the US dramatically increased its military presence in the Gulf this encompasses the creation of the rapid deployment joy Joint Task Force and later CENTCOM the US Central Command as well as the basing of US forces in Saudi Arabia during the long Iran Iraq war during the nineteen eighties hundreds of thousands of US troops were then deployed to the region including Saudi Arabia during the Gulf War of nineteen ninety nineteen ninety one as you might expect from when I was talking about earlier the U. S. to troop presence provoked opposition and resistance and open a new chapter in the Saudi opposition against the ruling family and close US Saudi relations al Qaeda which carried out the nine eleven attacks included Saudi dissidents such as some of bin laden and veterans of the anti Soviet campaign in Afghanistan most recently Saudi leaders have seen the US as a principal ally against Iran and its regional proxies Saudi running rivalry has entered a violent face as these two regional powers contend for dominance in civil conflicts across the Middle East region of a region destabilized by the to stop two thousand three US invasion of Iraq and its cascading effects in Yemen Iraq Syria Lebanon the Saudi Iranian rivalry has escalated ands intensified violence in conflicts that are often framed in sectarian religious terms but are really about regional power latency Tino Rice University prioritize the conflict with Iran has led to Saudi Arabia to mute its criticism of US policies toward the Israeli Palestinian conflict even as the current US administration has adopted Israel's position on key issues such as the status of Jerusalem it is also split the Gulf cooperation council the alliance of Arab Gulf states with Saudi Arabia and other states seeking to isolate Qatar by threatening the stability of the Gulf the recent attacks on oil tankers and Saudi oil installations raise questions about whether the Saudi and running governments will seek to de escalate their rivalry and the implications of this development for the U. S. campaign of maximum pressure on the Iranian economy through sanctions so as in the past and if we're we're using the past as a as a guide rather than an apolitical security partnership conflicts over regional power use of oil in the global economy and domestic politics in both countries will shape or determine the contours of the US Saudi relationship and US policy in Arabian the golf going for so I'll conclude my remarks there and look forward to your questions thanks very much this event is a briefing for congressional staffers on the impact of Middle East oil on US foreign policy comments by at nine Trapani US Naval War College may consider Tino Rice University and moderator David painter Georgetown University you have your cards start you.
"david painter" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"This week a briefing by the national history center for congressional staffers here on Capitol Hill about the role of Middle East oil in American foreign policy especially the role of Saudi Arabian oil this event took place earlier this month again here on Capitol Hill I want to welcome you here this morning thank you all for coming my name is Dan Kennedy I am the director of the national history center which is sponsoring this this briefing it is on the geopolitics of Middle East oil historical perspectives on the current crisis I want to just briefly explain what we are doing here and why we're doing it this is part of an ongoing series sponsored by the center that brings historical perspectives to our current issues the center itself is strictly non partisan and the purpose of the program is not to advocate for any particular policies but in fact to provide sort of historical context to help inform policy makers and the public as they deal with difficult issues I want to thank knowledge the financial support of the Mellon foundation which makes these this briefing series possible I also want to thank Rachel Wheatley in the back of the room who is our assistant director and has helped organize this one I think the office of Gerry Connolly which is for the room and I also want to just to alert you to the fact that you all have index cards on your chairs this is for questions as the presenters are speaking feel free to jot down questions we will collect them they'll they'll give formal remarks in the first half hour in the in the second half hour will be devoted to Q. NA and so will collect the questions and and go from there so thank you all from for coming and they both morning thank you for for coming my name is David painter I've been teaching international history at Georgetown University for thirty years the rest of it's in the flyer I didn't I didn't mention I worked briefly with the Congressional Research Service little longer for the department of energy conservation and solar and then seven years at the state department and historians office as the fire notes my research and publications for the focus on the political economy and geopolitics of oil before I introduce today's speakers I want to say a few words about the importance of studying history for many ways of understanding the world why study history I would say first in addition to being intrinsically interesting study history expands our range of experience learning from other people and other times and other places forces us to think outside our own experience and time and place studying history helps us understand who we are as individuals as nations and as human beings second in contrast to popular usage history is not just about the past but rather it is also key to understanding the present and preparing to face the future setting history helps us understand how the world got to be the way it is today and that helps us understand the forces that govern its ongoing evolution as my late teacher Michael hunt and his co author Stephen Levine road in their two thousand twelve look arc of empire and I'm quoting without historical perspective we flounder in mid ocean shore from which we came already out of sight the land we seek well we are on the horizon third as the great and like university of Wisconsin historian women apple Williams pointed out many years ago history is also way of learning the methods historians used to understand the path of the same methods we can and should use to understand the present and to think about the future may give you some examples historians stress the importance of contacts this doctor Kennedy pointed out both temporal and spatial that matters a lot when and where advance and decisions are made hello historians study change over time they're also sensitive to continuity of change and continuity are very important historians emphasize the interconnectedness of the various aspects of the human experience historians try to see the world in all its dimensions rather than focusing narrowly only on some factors historians and this is probably if the fed classes with.
"david painter" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"It's my baby. And then he becomes like, you know, you can't give up the house. You find out that like, he he has you don't they don't tell you. This the beginning. I'm not really giving much. He has to sell the house for monetary purposes. But it doesn't really want to give out the house give up the house. So you know, he shows up the mow the lawn on invited. He shows up with like pizza uninviting commercials. And then it gets worse. He beat Dennis Quaid over the top. You talk about what you said before, you know, said they seen the other movie I've seen before in various forms. I've seen this movie. Right. I mean, it's like, okay. Great. So now he's going to like the guy. Dennis Quaid doesn't Jack Nicholson shining mode like. It's like, you know, you remember how you know. He is John back basically doing that. And it's like I was actually waiting for that I'm going. He was a good news for you. Dennis. It's a movie that you've seen literally good news. Done is quite like them. He's gonna make it all back on the next dog movie comes out, I one I love that movie. I cried like a baby that movie and the second one at least from the coming attractions. The dog's journey Reverend called looks like it's going to be equally as big a tear Jerker as the first one. Well, you know, this Dennis Quaid been around a long time. So I mean, I think he's trashed to Meg Ryan. I mean, come on. That was why I mean. Yeah. You know, cocaine than me and bunny put together a lot. I wanna talk if anything way still looks good. Just like us. Great. I want to talk about the Tribeca film festival opened earlier this week. Probably Bob the Niro what the hair and kind of slouching over as I still love him. He looks great. But last night, I saw a movie called standing up falling down with Billy crystal, and he plays an alcoholic dermatologist who kind of becomes friends with this young stand up comedian who career really failed in LA. So we moved back to New York. And I actually went to the party last night after which I was talking to Billy crystal you remember this movie. I nobody loves this movie. Like, I love this movie. It's called Mr. Saturday. I love it more than you. Do you really? I use a line on the show almost every single day. Yes. It see what I did there. David pankin. That's right. Played his brother that was. No that wasn't dad. That was with a with a pay David Potemkin, no p David painter David payment. The two of them perform in the living room guy on my aunts and uncles and twenty island in the nineteen sixties. It is a brilliant love that movie, Alan king. So when he was in it. So here's the thing. She loved that movie. Billy crystal told me that he is going to be bringing that same movie to Broadway, and he's gonna be in the move either play can't play the younger, but a young junior. But if you remember the movie, he becomes an old guy. And he's playing Florida retirement. He's like, basically. Dan. That's my winter. Right. So let some inside information, basically, Neil rose. He's going to he's going to try to bring it to Broadway, and it's going to become a musical. And I recommend still playing for the next few days. Standing up falling down at the Tribeca film festival. How much time? Do we have Jill? It's very excited one minute. Okay. So let me tell you a couple of other movies. You might want to look at it to Tribeca film festival. There's a movie called American woman about the Patty Hearst kidnapping that looks interesting. There's a movie called the all these like is extremely wicked shocking evil and vile. That's about Ted Bundy from the perspective of his girlfriend, and there's a movie called the skin about this white supremacist goes through the transformation when he meets this woman with a couple of daughters. Who says can we really that not continue to go to these meetings had Norton movie? Oh, yeah. Mary history in history. That was a great. Great great job. I love the great meal. Roles in seventy seven ABC news this morning. Good morning. I'm.
"david painter" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Outstanding morning show in New York, San I'm on it. Yeah. Well, bigger so how much the percentage of your appearance is made that possible. I don't know you'd have to answer that. I'm not tackling critic. I can't I can't. Well, I would say this. You're you're a great part of this show. We've bringing you I love coming on anytime, a huge movie even on Netflix or his on prime. It just so happens in the theaters. This is a huge weekend. I'm taking my son tomorrow. Yes, see the avengers. And you got tickets, and they got tickets famous. Everybody loves the movie is getting a deserving amount of attention the way, do you know that some of the story I was on FOX five talking about this some guy paid fifteen thousand dollars repair opening it's insane. That is because he didn't want spoilers wanted to see the very first showing if you have money to me, it's like did you didn't see as a review you haven't seen the movie yet you saw the movie four days ago. Look, I I saw a review of this morning. One other reviewers don't give it away. I'm not gonna give it away. But here's. What I'm going to say all right before I even want you to review the headline is it's a very good movie. And I will tell you coming from me. That's quite a statement. Because I do not like comic books superhero movies in general. I'm not one of these guys like, oh, the marvel cinematic universe with all all those. I can't take it. It's overkill it's all action. And so for me to tell you this is a really good if not even great movie from a person who's not even in love with these kind of move. So it's not like I'm a superfan. And I'm saying, yeah, it's great. I'm somebody. That's like I walked into this. It's three hours and one minute. And before the movie started, I'm going like, oh, man. This is. Really like a slot to get through this. And it wasn't first of all it has. I'm just prefers let me quickly. Is it a sequel you have to have seen the first one to see this one twenty? This is the twenty second movie in the series is twenty one movies. And what's amazing about this movie? Is they brought the cast from every single movie into this movie. The Black Panther cast Spiderman guy, the ironman guy, the captain America guy, the halt movie guy, I could go on and on. Oh by the move. Yard in the movie scene. Have to seen it. You could pick it up. It's it's made for you know. If you've never seen a marvel movie. Fine. But one particular point I mean, there's there's a big I'm not giving anything away. There's a big battle there every cast them from EV I mean, they bring Robert Redford back from like ten years ago. That's in America. Let's bring in Michael Douglas from the atman. I mean, they just bring every person that's ever been in any of these twenty two movies of the last. I don't know how many years there in the. Okay. So here's a great story out words. One one Mookie Wilson is one of the most you've ever seen five movies is a great movie how many movies do this. All right. Well, I'm on my Big Apple rating scale, which is which I've been using for years. Neil rose and Big Apple rating scale on one to four. So I'm saying if you into this if you are a marvel fanatic, this is your thing is moral the marvel comic thing I'd say you'd probably give it for. And if you're not like me, you know, and like you I'd say he'd go is solved. Three three and a half somewhere around there. Recommend you take you kids. And I think you'd really have a great time on a blunt. I just to help you enjoy a little bit. I don't I don't think that you need any kind of enhancements good for them. I think it's a good film, and we'll talk about non fan and for the fan, and I can't tell you who lives or dies. Okay. So talk about enhanced just mentioned, I will say this story. It's three hours in one minute. And the first two hours even action stuff. It's it's literally story which is great which is in the last hours. A lot of action you get your action fix and the first two hours, you kind of set so forth going on point. So Bernie about being high one of the movies that comes out this weekend. This guy's always. Yes. That's his stick him shoddy. Do him at Shelley's throwing the long shot movie, Molly. Okay. Okay. So he's the schlumpy guy who's an unemployed journalist. She's the secretary of state working for you know, Bob Odenkirk who plays the president better. Call Saul breaking bed. It's correct. Very good. Very very good burn. And they she was his babysitter. When he was like ten years old, and he always had a crush on her. So he's unemployed. But he's a funny guy a run into each other at some kind of party that somehow his friend invites him to. And he says she does listen, you know, why? No, you longtime your funny guy when you were kid. Can you can can I hire you? Can you punch up my speech is because they're they're dry. I'm gonna make a presidential run. So they call it long shot because it's a really unlikely romance. I mean, he goes on the road with her. You know, you say that. But I feel like I've seen this before when he was with Katherine Heigl. Also, a big beautiful made. No sense. That's absolutely true. It's. But I think this is better than that particular movie that you reference pointing I liked it. I mean, it's funny is it realistic not in the not in any way, shape or form. But if you buy into it, there's a lot of last they're jut appetite had nothing to do with the movie, but if you like jut appetite type of films, it's his kind of DNA on the more that was him and hainkel that was that's correct. Ripping them off. But it was it was funny and Seth Rogan's funny. And again this yes for for the secretary of state and some schlub e unemployed journalists to go to a party in the middle of Europe, and do Molly and get completely is never going to happen. But if you just roll with it, you go, okay? You know, I'm just going to buy into this Prentice. You know, they're they always suspend disbelief as they cried. He's got a crush on her. And somehow he's going to how many starts this would definitely get three three out of four. Okay. So we were talking about Quaid Dennis a horrible. It is the intruder commercial is so Randy it's done. It's Dan we've seen ran the. He had some kind of hanging out with Britney Spears somewhere. Sorry to say. Yeah. This is a home invasion thriller this couple yuppie couple buys a house in the Napa Valley, and it was owned by Dennis Quaid previous leaning because I'd like you to have my house. You know, I've lived here for thirty five years. It's my baby. And then he becomes like, you know, you can't give up the house. You find out that like he he has you don't they don't tell you the beginning. I'm not really giving much way he has to sell the house for monetary purposes. But doesn't really want to give out the house give up the house. So you know, he shows up the mow the lawn on invited. He shows up with pizza uninvited commercials. Good. And then it gets worse. Dennis Quaid over the top. You talk about what you said before, you know, said the seen the other movie I've seen before in various forms. I've seen this movie. Okay. Great. So now he's going to like the guy. Dennis Quaid goes into Jack Nicholson shining mode in this. You know, you remember how you know? He is John act basically doing that. And it's like I was actually waiting for that I'm going to use a good news. But then I think you saw. It's it's a movie that you've seen literally good news done is Clinton said you like them. He's gonna make it all back on the next dog movie comes out, I one I love that movie. I cried like a baby that movie and the second one at least from the coming attractions. The dog's journey reverence called looks like it's going to be equally as big a tear Jerker as the first one. Well, you know, this then it's been around a long time. So I mean, I think he's trashed Abang. Meg ryan. I mean, come on. That was why I mean. Yeah. You know, cocaine than me and bunny put together a lot. I wanna talk anything, by the way. Still looks good. Just like us. Guys, look great. I wanna talk to you at the Tribeca film festival. We opened earlier this week, by the way, Bob, the Niro, what the hair and kinda slouching over them. He looks great. But last night, I saw a movie called standing up falling down with Billy crystal, and he plays an alcoholic dermatologist who kind of becomes friends with this young stand up comedian who career really failed in LA. So we moved back to New York. And I was I actually went to the party last night after I was talking to Billy crystal. Do you remember this movie? I nobody loves this movie. Like love this movie. It's called Mr. Saturday. I love it more than you. Do you really why use a line on this show almost every single day? See what I did there quite David Pankin? That's right. Played his brother that was. No that wasn't dad. That was with a pay David Potemkin, no p David painter David payment. The two of them perform in the living room identified of my aunts and uncles and Coney Island in the nineteen sixties. It is a brilliant of that movie, Alan king. So that he was in it. So here's the thing. If you love that movie. Billy crystal told me that he is going to be bringing that same movie to Broadway, and he's going to be in the move. He's gonna play can't play the younger, but a young junior. But if you remember the movie, he becomes an old guy. And he's playing Florida retirement. He's like, basically. Dan. That's my winter. Right. So some incited emissions basically, Neil rose. He's going to he's going to try to bring it to Broadway, and it's going to become a musical. And I recommend it's still playing for the next few days. Standing up falling down at the Tribeca film festival. How much time? Do we have Jill? It's very excited one ended. Okay. Let me tell you couple of other movies. You might want to look at it to Tribeca film festival. There's a movie called American woman about the Patty Hearst kidnapping that looks interesting. There's a movie called all these like is extremely wicked shocking evil and vile. That's about Ted Bundy from the perspective of his girlfriend, and there's a movie called skin about this white supremacist goes through this transformation when he meets this woman with a couple of daughters who says can we really that not continue to go to these meetings, the Norton movie. Oh, yeah. Mary history history. That was a great great great. Great job. I love the great Neil Rosen. We'll take a short break wrapping up the weak on Bernie instead. But after these words. See? Hey, folks. 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"david painter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Decision. Every mistake. Nobody knows your name. Nobody blames you for letting them word or walk. You also quit the district attorney's office after the Simpson verdict. You didn't go often run a horse farm, but you did stay pretty secluded for a few years. So does this income pre directly out of your personal experience? Yeah. It did. And I mean beautifully played by Merrin Dungey as the investigator and Robin Tunney is my Travis. Yes, it did. And what what Robin is saying. And what Maya saying in that scene? Definitely came from my life experience. Come on you. Yes. It was. I'm sorry. I left so abruptly shouldn't have done that. But I was a mess. I was a wreck. And I I can't apologize enough. But I also can't take it back. But let me just say, you know, what I went through is not the same as what you went through. It was I was front and center, and I was the one getting kicked in the teeth every day, you must think. Wow. What if in one thousand nine hundred four there had been Twitter, and there was nothing virtually and was crazy as it was the office had one fax machine the public blew up that fax machine spinning constantly. And so we sat down and thought imagine if that trial of the century were happening today. And so we deliberately went after what I know happens because my experience has been very helpful working on the defense side as well as a prosecutor. And I know what you've done since you were I did it before a process. And and and the way that things work to in today's world in terms of trying lawsuits. Yeah. People use social media, people definitely spin. They you know, you see it all the time. You see coming from the White House. Yeah. Even everywhere. So we thought let's make it real that way. Let's show. What would really happen? Are you a big consumer of true crime nonfiction crime fiction movies books, all of it? Yes. I am an addict I've been inadequate since. I was a child is it hard to to like watch a show and not nit-pick since you know, so much it was back in the days, especially when I was a prosecutor. I can you believe I'm a prosecutor ally. Watch those shows on TV and I did. And so we really did drive me crazy when they got it wrong and impart now, I look back in hindsight and think, but they didn't need to get it wrong. Sometimes sometimes you push the envelope. Of course, you do you push the envelope. But the more you make an effort to get it. Right. I think the more the audience gets a sense of authenticity wherever they know it or not consciously, you know, there's more to it so law and order for all that the prosecution where the white nights in the White House Waterston. How can he be exactly? But they did procedurally get it. Right. Did you know it was wrong when you woke up that morning? Yes. Did you know it was wrong when you ate your teary? Yes. He's badgering your honor down and shut up Mr. Feinman overruled, and you will address the court from now on Mr. McCoy. And so that was one show. I could watch and say well, but they are getting the procedure, correct? Right. So courtroom, drama and warriors have been on television pretty much from the beginning of television. And now that you're writing about lawyers on television. We asked you to come up with a list of your favorite TV lawyer characters the first on the list, you gave us is the character. Diane Lockhart who Christine Bransky played on the good wife and now plays on the spinoff show. The good fight. We've got a clip this is she in the good wife who's just taken a case defending a judge played by David painter who when he'd been a prosecutor in the past put away somebody who turned out to be innocent. Did nothing less than any prosecutor just to be clear. This isn't your court your honor. This is our offices you need to drop the entitlement excuse me. I thought I was explaining myself acting as if you were injured party I have been barred from the bench, ma'am. And I have done nothing wrong, Patrick Rooney. Did nothing wrong. He spent twenty years in prison for it. He had his wife snatched from him. And then he was accused of murder. Your attitude your honor, it will do more to condemn you than the evidence. You're on this side of the bench. Now, you have to show humility. Yeah. So so what do you like about that about that character that Christine Brodsky place everything? First of all, let me just say about that scene. Well done that was a very quality show. And what she's doing in preparing her client is something that you do, you know because the jury watches the defendant, and they take cues from the way he behaves. So it's really important to let them remind him and shape, your client, look remorseful or look sad or look whatever. But do not look like he was looking like, I dare you xactly hell, man. That's that's just killer. So I love the way. And she delivers see she's delivering this speech to this guy. She's not screaming. She's not. There's just power. There's power in her voice. There's power in decisiveness in the way, she presents. It's strong without being. Bossy. There's a wonderful middle note. She hits where you know. She's tough. But you know, she's smart, and she knows what she's doing the next character on your list is called Helen Weiss. Who was the prosecutor on the great HBO mini series? The night of and played beautifully by Jeannie, Berlin. Here's a clip. It's a scene from the trial. The defendant has just taken a stand. And and she the DA is questioning him. He lamb having some trouble here. You had the presence of mind. To run from crime scene to remove evidence. Implicating you in the crime to operate a motor vehicle. Crashing into anything. But you didn't have the presence of mind to dial three numbers on your phone. The prophet Mohammad has this to say about that. Hurry with all the strength of your legs to the one who needs help. Is that what you did for Andrea? Here's the deal, Mr. Khan. And you know. Whether you stabbed her not you Chris. Such a great scene. Jeannie, berlin. What explained to us? Why? She and that character are so great the writing the performance initially. Let me just say you don't get to lean on the witness stand. He don't get to get face to face with the defendant like that you don't get to do anything. She's doing she's speechifying in front of him. However, having said all that. This speech is wonderful. She is a maze. Ing I love her understated. See there's power in her too. She's laid back. She's almost slow. I have a tendency to get way fast in general, and in court in particular, I've had court reporters throw things at me. But she's she takes her time. And she delivers this wonderful speech with a laid back kind of tone to her, but conveys real caring and passion, and it it. It's very layered performance completely agree. You say she wouldn't be able to put her hands over the rail and give a speech without a lot of objections presumably, but there is it seems to me in in courtroom performances performance. Yeah. There is a fiction theater. Reality. Blur always isn't there? Yeah. I mean, here's the thing. I think the courtrooms a courtroom is inherently dramatic, right? And especially criminal life and death things are happening there that said that's why I think you know, she could have delivered this this field directorial to me, but she could have done the same. Good job. Had she done it in a way that is physically possible, you can accommodate the truth. They chose not to hear. And that's fine. Because everything else is. I mean, the writing is so good, it's fine. But. Yeah. It's performance. But there's a way to make tips to pull that off without going so far out of bounds. I also entirely agree with your next win the character of Saul Goodman, the aka Jimmy McGill played by Bob Odenkirk in breaking bad. And now on better call Saul the clip we're gonna watch is from breaking bad. In fact, it's the first time saw appears he has just arrived at a police station to meet a client who's being targeted by a young. Detective what are you doing? Detective? What are you doing talking to my client without meat present? You sneaky Pete? Which is which. The kademi. How're you right out of the womb? You guys get younger every what'd you say that baby face, and you say anything stupid by link stupid. I mean, anything at all. Look at your mouth open vocal cords or Twitter. We'll talk about it later right now you out ten minutes ago. Go on there are laws detective heavy kindergarten teacher read them to you. Right. Go gravity juice box have full on. Breaking bad. So what's good about his character? Those characters. I there's so much to say about this. It's really hard to encapsulated all first of all let me just say the writing is phenomenal. And I think Vince Gilligan is guilty of that all the time. But it's also his delivery delivery is spot on. I mean that kind of brash jokey, but you know, in your face kind of that's a great character is also believe it or not a believable character. I mean, you do kind of come in with a big swinging when you have to talk to your client in in lockup, you want everybody to back off on the one. I'm standing between you and him and don't you touch him. And don't you talk to him again? I mean, it's it is right on. So he just kind of fills out all the nooks and crannies the entire body of that character in a way that feels so real and natural and compelling in every way hilarious at the same time. Very serious. It's that's no easy thing. He never makes Saul ridiculous. Even while, you're laughing. He doesn't make him ridiculous. It's an amazing spot on performance. So you also in addition since we limited as to television. You've another person who volunteered was Joe patchy from my cousin Vinny. Is it possible to use? To what? Oh, what was that word? To what what did you say you yet? What did you? Oh. Excuse me on to us. So my cousin Vinny is one of my good movies. So when I need to pick me up, that's the one place, I go they made it. It's funny as it, can, you know, it's hilarious, but it's also authentic. That's what makes it so great when they're showing you the courtroom procedures, and what they're doing a lot of it is right on the money at one point in the beginning of the trial that the prosecutor gets out to get his opening statement. And Joe PepsiCo's stands up in front of the jury to give his opening statement routine. Guy says bull. Thank you. Objection your honor counsel's in tile, opening statement, his objection sustained the entire open statement, with the exception of thank you. We'll be stricken from the record. The jury will please disregard councils and state. I mean, that's all true. It's perfectly true. So I love the trappings of it are actually pre accurate in. The course of all that comedy. That's interesting so OJ Simpson. He is he served nine years in prison for robbery and kidnapping got out. He's out surely some impresario has proposed. Hey, Marcia Clark and OJ Simpson television event of the twenty first century. Let's get them together to do something that happened. Yeah..
"david painter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Knows your name. Nobody blames you for letting a murderer walk. You also quit the district attorney's office after the Simpson verdict. You didn't go often run a horse farm, but you did stay pretty secluded for a few years. So does this income pre directly out of your personal experience? Yeah. It did. And I mean beautifully played by Merrin Dungey as the investigator and Robin Tunney is my Travis. Yes, it did. And what what Robin is saying. And what my saying in that scene? Definitely came from my life experience. Come on you. Yes. It was. I'm sorry. I left so abruptly. I shouldn't have done that. But I was a mess. I was a wreck. And I I can't apologize enough. But I also can't take it back. But let me just say, you know, what I went through is not the same as what you went through. It was I was front and center, and I was the one getting kicked in the teeth every day, you must think. Wow. What if in one thousand nine hundred four there had been Twitter, and there was nothing virtually and it was crazy as it was the office had one fax machine the public blew up that fax machine spinning constantly. And so we sat down and thought imagine if that trial of the century were happening today. And so we deliberately went after what I know happens because my experience has been very helpful working on the defense side as well as a prosecutor. And I know each I've done since I did it before as a process. And and the way that things work to in today's world in terms of trying lawsuits. Yeah. People use social media, people definitely spin. They you know, you see it all the time. You say coming from the White House. Yeah. Even everywhere. So we thought let's make it real that way. Let's show. What would really happen? Are you a big consumer of true crime nonfiction crime fiction movies books? Yes. I am an addict I've been an advocate since I was a child is it hard to to like watch a show and not nit-pick since you know, so much. Thank you. It was back in the days, especially when I was a prosecutor. I can you believe I'm a prosecutor am I watch those shows on TV, and I did. And so we really did drive me crazy when they got it wrong, and in part now, I look back in hindsight and think, but they didn't need to get it wrong. Sometimes sometimes you push the envelope. Of course, you do you push the envelope. But the more you make an effort to get it. Right. I think the more the audience gets a sense of authenticity wherever they know it or not consciously, you know, there's more to it so law and order for all that the prosecution where the white nights and the white hat Waterston. How can he be bad? Exactly. But they did procedurally get it. Right. Did you know it was wrong when you woke up that morning? Yes. Did you know it was wrong when you ate your theory? Yes. He's badgering your honor down and shut up Mr. Feinman overruled, and you will address the court from now on Mr. McCoy. And so that was one show. I could watch and say well, but they are getting the procedure, correct? Right. So courtroom, drama and warriors have been on television pretty much from the beginning of television. And now that you're writing about lawyers on television. We asked you to come up with a list of your favorite TV lawyer characters the first on the list, you gave us is the character Diane Lockhart who Christine breath ski played on the good wife and now plays on the spinoff show. The good fight. We've got a clip. This is. She in the good wife who's just taken a case defending a judge played by David painter who when he'd been a prosecutor in the past put away somebody who turned out to be innocent. Did nothing less than any prosecutor just to be clear. This isn't your court your honor. This is our offices in each of Trump's the entitlement excuse me. I thought it was explaining myself acting as if you were injured part I have been barred from the bench, ma'am. And I have done nothing wrong, Patrick Rooney. Did nothing wrong, and he spent twenty years in prison for it. He had his wife's snatched from him. And then he was accused of murder. Your attitude your honor, it will do more to condemn you than evidence. You're on this side of the bench. Now, you have to show humility. Yeah. So what do you like about that about that character that Christine Brodsky place everything? First of all, let me just say about that scene. Well done that was a very quality show. And what she's doing in preparing her client is something that you do, you know because the jury watches the defendant, and they take us from the way he behaves. So it's really important to let them remind him and shape, your client, look remorseful or look sad or look whatever. But do not look like he was looking like, I'll dare you xactly, man. That's that's just killer. So I love the way she delivers. See she's delivering this speech to this guy. She's not screaming. She's not. There's just power. There's power in her voice. There's power and decisiveness in the way she presents. It's strong without being. Bossy there. There's a wonderful middle note. She hits where you know. She's tough. But you know, she's smart, and she knows what she's doing the next character on your list is called Helen Weiss who was the prosecutor on the great HBO mini series the night of and played beautifully by jebron. Lynn. Here's a clip. It's a scene from the trial. The defendant has just taken a stand. And she the DA is questioning him. You see where I'm having some trouble here. You had the presence of mind. To run from crime scene evidence. Implicating you in the crime to operate a motor vehicle. Without cracking into anything. But you didn't have the presence of mind to dial three.
"david painter" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"Over there silver docs is happening in june this is from last year silverbacks and silver doctors coming up so we're going to having probably a lot of conversations about that but i wanna point people speaking of han solo and speaking of war movies i wanna point people to journey's end which has that knee any who is in the hans solo movie and also in this you turn me onto a great world war one movie wilson and great performance by paul bet and i think that should be available on screaming feeling that it's okay that is worth we'll look for that because that's a that's a really special movie really heartbreaking performance yeah paul bed me just terrific guess that takes us to our closing lines i got one from quiz show it's the producer of twenty one which was investigated and he says i i think it's david painter gotta love him it's not like we're hardened criminals here where in show i love that is fantastic i'm going to go back to kelly's heroes and telly savalas who says this throughout the the movie stay lucky you not great telly savalas line well i'm gonna go to a series i loved that started on video and then went to hbo called high maintenance about a dealer in new york right and there's in one of the last it's over by now this last season but there was one episode where he was just hanging out with voice over artists knee just wanted him to say but different things in one of them was what i'll believe with now which is good night my meatballs.
"david painter" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Coming from wrong your jimbo we got to friday which when the podcast goes out yet didn't have a single guest on the podcast no and we would just calling around please please friend of empire come onto the bulk of the earth tonight was thursday night because we had no guests lined up the podcasts were good we usually we book things like a few weeks sometimes even a few months nansen the podcast before whatever reason something hadn't happened for october and we decide complete the screwed the pooch and god bless france's lead the director of god's and country uh for agreed to come in the podcast or actually we went to him we went yorkshire to visit am to do that and also you andrianopoulos the week yes and there was that we had to guests from from famine to feast it was amazing so i guess in an attempt to not repeat stats i for saying yes to everybody who's been coming into london i but just grabbing people of the streets an interview in him so that's why this week we have three guests on the podcast is why we have a david painter special is why we're going to have a red dwarf special we may have a fence fallen special because brolin cell that do not is out this week but we don't of broome for him on the podcast i hope you justify now because he'll stomach my face so that's what we have three guest this week we have three minimum next week and it'll settled and other fine there is as we speak barbecue if i had the celebrities out banging on the door wanted i'm going to be interviewed it's yes it's squint at bruehl in in podcast studio is two point nine it is kinda works funding for sticks kind of works skipped i everyone we've go is really exciting i think yeah now it's safe lots of big names times but.
"david painter" Discussed on Windows Weekly (MP3)
"Well i know that in the last three years they announced there's going to be an hour of reasons you're gonna wanna use this it david painters asking me on twitter right now did i try makes up translate i did not put somebody else who was on the trip with me did use that and we all agreed that google translate was doing better than microsoft was to make looked assad balloon before you you it wasn't as um quick and it also i don't think we had had as many of the features offline that google translated if it doesn't tired of maps will describing grabs yeah we're using google map problem is i don't i didn't even know why herself ever translate i just at gould's resig such a default even on a phone the by other way you have reached the tip of the iceberg of the problem that is microsoft losing mobile that they don't have this and natural audience as there your fit was just get all the new stuff yeah yeah and it's a huge problem yeah it's hard to compete when you don't when you're not the platform was like herself as president whatever the you know the the bundling the natural bundling capabilities that you get when you on the dominant platform and who knows that better than microsoft for years they were the dominant platform and it must they they must with some sadness and regret you like they've lost that.
"david painter" Discussed on Gilmore Guys
"For one the guys will hear talk about but had and this is episode nine knowing take scully's he's dragon is not a direct quote from the show it's close to it's close to what's the actual corners it well were about to hear it okay but my show lawrence friend of the pine shape and directed by here's some symmetry pham directed by david painter who also did the up a so we did with you and me like remember average drill drive are going to pitch we projected is image but the playstation happy about which was a trip yeah we should do out all my shows yeah at the plays that have been around and the i tim synopsis is fannie is going over boyd trying to find a new claire for the not crack kirk pushing all over dances beyond exhaustion on the show organizers a protest so some to watch the opening set in and the close insane addison the show organizers a protest is a part was synopsis the has not age well and these protest now it hasn't michel organizers in all lives matter it's also funny because it feels like her protests blake it comes in so lane and then when it does come like oh that's the protest yeah we barely fielding a protests it's just kind of like my coffee is les my coffee time i was like i was like she should get a copy maker she's you get a copy yeah gonna center copy make here's the lions i just gonna coffee maker not to be like you had a total lie merit about it but i just feel like and maybe this is like the wrong show to be talking about on but just like the two tenets of inning comp light like just intention obstacle and if we could off a are like i would just go get a coffee maker and spry not a good right intention my first thought when she was that this copy places like i'll go to a different copy plays and now he's count so i can believe that there aren't any in the night it was like she is not a coffee mager of all things to not have yeah she gets one thing and guys when coffee be entire time.
"david painter" Discussed on Here's The Thing
"To make another show and he said to me i'm talking with one now he said and then he leaned closer to me and he said i said i'm trying with one now but i don't know if the already and still wants my fantasy to which responded without a doubt and then i started to right to him and i spent two amazing lunches with them at universal where he's saying to may it won't be a stylish lunch and out for mancini said will be donning in mind on ingram in my office in my building it universal not for him judges meet hitchcock on the field bob brad for was doing quiere show when i got a message him the only reason your with c_j by the way is because thinking connection with anyone in the world not to get job by the way but to talk to them on the phone so i wanted to do me bradford and and and the carp was of to my property new york and town partake stepped in new jersey in there in secaucus shooting quit show and i go out there and the woman is there with the headset gorgeous young woman as as a charity us mike chair i sit down and bob was directing rob morrow were david painter that when the scene a pop ups was he said i don't so direct with he directed to seemed to pay break for lunch to go goes really giving up luncheon pops trailer you can have one shrimp outs trailing right this right right this what they disneyland everyone's very very happy the shooting we would pop reference so we go they take into the chose and references revenge terry and and i said your none backups to budgetary and he opens up these today the woman charges from years past to containers and now these tougher where me to the have bob slick is how's this and i was matched next like he worked on the natural with that house cam pobably bubble plus small talk small tuck from egos so what can i do for you and what of course i'm not realizing he thinks amid asking for money for like a charity maybe oh tonight egos what can i do franco i want you to put me in the movie with you.