19 Burst results for "Doc Brown"
"doc brown" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Now, you said the first act is stuff that you said, you get the most excited, right? David the direct is the stuff that is the most thrilling to me like even if the first act is the most because of all the future build on, do just the the fucking like the magic trick of we get to remake the first movie and like tinker with the scenes and show them from different perspectives and fit into all these crevices. Doc Brown talking to himself That's fun I I don't know there's something odd about the third. Even, though I know biff is insane. It's kind of insane much. He's trying to kill him. You know what? I mean like with the with the march. Futures going to change if he doesn't kill him or his. Higher stakes to it. Yes. I love Griff the the ending ending of the third. Reich I, love the lightning strike I. Love all this sort of like. Time travel joy of like the guy showing up and being like I was told to be here on this day. From this that? I love that. That's the kind of time travel. Shit. That always gets me excited. I guess I enjoyed the tour back to the first move, but I'm just kind of like. I love that first movie so much like I'm almost worried that they're messing with it. Maybe maybe that's what what sort of sets my teeth on. Messing with it. To, the first movie. I might watch back to the future to went back and walked back to the future one, and then enjoyed the like the dance in a different way because I knew more information about the dams. Also low sneaky key Mardi off to the side just right out of frame and all those early scenes. I think it's another effect of commentary thing and like what you're saying David like if people love a first movie, their fear with the sequel is, is this going to ruin the first movie role Kenneth Sequel retroactively make the first movie worse which is why people get like defensive about new new installments and franchise right and this movies like we're literally having a character walk into the edges of the you've already. And try his hardest to make sure the first movie doesn't get ruined like he's just barely keeping everything at bay right I. Just think that's so fun. I. Agree. It's fun. I, like it I like I think it's Locked. To Go.
"doc brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Property and the city's business district. Cassandra Doc Brown is the city's chief of police. I have no doubt there will be more risk coming, as we have to obviously investigate weekend also saw demonstrations in Louisville and New York. And there was a march over the Brooklyn Bridge and police arrested protesters in Greenwich Village for obstructing traffic turning to corporate news. Now a judge has temporarily blocked President Trump's ban on tick talk via was due to be removed from Apple. And Android app stores of midnight. We get more on the development from Bloomberg Stephen Angle that preliminary injunction has been granted that TIC Tac lawyer had told the federal judge the impending ban was irrational, given that it's apparent by dance is in talks to strike a deal that President Trump himself has demanded its the second legal ruling against White House efforts to crack down on apse with Chinese owners. The president's called for bands on both Tic tac and we chat. Last week. We chat users wanna similar court injunction against the ban. When it comes to the markets. U. S futures air following European shares higher this morning. Stocks in Asia gained overnight, posting their strongest gain in two weeks. Bloomberg's Juliet Stanley joins US from Singapore with the details. Good morning, Juliet. Good morning, Karin Markets climbed in Seoul, Tokyo and Hong Kong with China. Evergrande Group shares rose along with its bonds after the firm attempted to revive confidence in its finances. HSBC, listed in Hong Kong advanced the most since 2009 after the bank's biggest shareholder added to its stake in the embattled Linda. However, shares in China's largest chipmaker Snake retreated to a full month low in Hong Kong after the U. S imposed export restrictions on the company in Singapore. Juliet Sally Bloomberg Daybreak. Juliette. Thank U. S and P futures are up. 39 points down Futures up. 325 announced Futures up 160 10 Year Treasury down for 30 seconds He'll 300.66% Straight ahead. The latest world and national News. This is Bloomberg. All right, Karen. Thanks 607 on Wall Street and Michael Bar has more on what's going on around the world. Good morning, Michel. Good morning, Nathan. The union representing New York City's school administrators called upon the state to take over the city's education system days before the scheduled to reopen with part time in.
"doc brown" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"And I quote, we don't really have bleeps on this team. If we had a bleep than me Yoenis bled, Malcolm, whoever we're able to kind of get them under control. Let them know how we do things here. What do you think about their no bleeps policy in terms of roster construction in mill policy? But I mean, it's definitely happened. They've got a great group of guys over there. Good commodity and good chemistry. And you know, that's a big thing about championship caliber teams Jacoby. It's not just talent. It's also those guys have to get along. That's one of the reasons why people in the war is might be vulnerable because there is a little bit of chemistry going on tensions going on there. But we talked about my walking we used to have a word for this. And Phoenix, I can't say the actual words. I'll give you the editor word. It's slap. He's we don't want slapped me around here because Slavi is bringing everything down. Now, you may be able to tolerate once lappy in the locker room because you got a great group of guys that will make him stay in line. But the more slabs you have in there. The harder is to keep them in line. So we've seen the bucks in the playoffs before, but they have not been incredibly successful. Would you consider the bucks your favorite team to come out of the east heading into the my favorite thing that come out of the east? But if you were to tell me just got out of the lorry, and you and doc Brown, and he told me I mean, I mean the warriors lost an NBA finals. I'm going to tell you they play the bucks. Didn't they? It looked the bucks because they rely on shooting. They can get hot. They could challenge the warriors. But I don't think you were. I would pick the books over the warriors NBA finals matchup, and I think it wasn't there. Go, but they are in deepens. And so that means something it can happen. That is always a recipe for success. Well, we have some very important news. Vince Carter is going to play more professional basketball. Keep getting them checks Vince Carter so one their love about bids cutter and how he has ended his career is he does not just go to a team contending for a championship. It's almost like he intentionally goes to lottery teams to be a mentor to young players enter help establish a culture for these young teams. What do you think about his strategy at the end of his career? And where do you think he will play next five years ago at warriors, Cavs one Vince Carter was a guest analyst for us at the jump? And he was awesome. And everyone was so excited that Vince when you're gonna tire right you come join us immediately right events. I think it's still got two more years at me. And so every time we see him after that. He always says, I got two more years. I got two more years here. We are five years later is that I got more years, and I can't blame him. He's getting to plus million dollars every time. But when you talk about why doesn't he go to a contender? I really think Vince, hey, enjoys the mentorship role. But be he doesn't want to be. Perceived as a guy who stole a ring at the end of his career. I guess I don't see it that way. But I think Vince doesn't want to be perceived in that way. And that's why he goes into teams that he does. I mean, I would definitely definitely go to contemporary and try to steal the ring. If it was me, especially at the age of forty two. But I think whether it's interesting noting. He plays seventeen minutes a game. He's still pretty productive. And that might not exactly be the case if he moves to a team that's better players and a better roster. It's really contending. So that might also factor into it. He doesn't just want to be on the team he wants to play team and contribute and shoot threes. And do all the things that been Scudder. Does do you think we make too much of a big deal when Vince cutter dunks and pre game I think so I mean, yes or no because he's forty two and he still looks like one of the most guys in the league..
"doc brown" Discussed on Here & Now
"See you can't see, but I'm actually dressed like doctor evil. I wanted to cost play for this. That's how big a comic book. Geek, I am are so qualified to have this conversation. Let's start with a cut of the runaways. Here's the that group of kids discovering that their parents are killers. Maybe they were just doing some cool experiment that involved stuffing human in the box the box kind of look like a transporter right down is obsessed with time travel. Maybe finally figured it out. Right there. Doc brown. Vice whatever happened. I think our parents killed that girl. All right. So what do you think? Now from what I've seen the special effects on. This are actually pretty good. Yeah. Well, it's it's interesting. Right. I mean a lot of teenagers think their parents are the worst. But what happens if your parents, actually, are really honest. So I think just to talk about the runaways Marvel's runaways for a second. Basically. It's a story about how these kids are discovering their own abilities their own powers, and deciding that they're going to dedicate themselves to opposing their parents. And of course, their parents are still their parents. So I'm on level. They went to take care of the kids and the special effects are good. But what's important for really good superhero series is for there to be some heart, and you have to balance sort of scenes that gives you a lot of action that show off people's powers with a story that you actually care about and characters that allow the actors to do some actual acting. And so I think runaways kind of struggle with that balance, but I would suggest the superhero shows that are on the CW specifically arrow the flash and supergirl they had a huge coordinated plotline called else worlds that played out just a week or two ago. And it was a really great illustration of why these shows often worked very well. As superhero shows, and we've got a clip where the flash and green arrow are talking about how they live their lives and how they didn't understand each other until they were in a situation where somewhat super heroically their positions were switched and everybody thought they were the opposite person. Let's check in. Out any you've been through a lot. But. I don't know, man. A number realized I don't know how you do it. I wouldn't be able to live with the burdens that you carry. Berry. I always thought that you had it easy. Everything was just sunshine and rainbows and everybody likes. You. You have real stealing. You my friend. You can carry any burden thrown your way. So in that universe. The green arrow is sort of like Batman like figure. He's very ruthless and dark and flashes. Much more optimistic. And so it was a great way for fans to see these characters put in a different situation, and it's showing different size of themselves. Which is always important. How do they shows on TV stack up to all these superhero films that we see on the big screen? I looked around. And I can't it at least nine superhero movies in twenty eighteen a lot of these are the top moneymakers of the year that grossing like billions of dollars in total route of these TV shows compete with that yet. Well, it's interesting. I I do think that these kind of stories are kind of eternal because I think we like the idea of someone who can come along and kind of cut through all the nonsense of life and right or wrong. You can do that on television. But the challenge is that you need money. The superhero movies get a lot. More time to put themselves together to do stunts and things like that. So these shows have to be really adept at balancing that here. We're going to have character moments where you feel for these people and you care about them. And then we're going to have action moments. And that's what I think the CW gets right? Most of the time..
"doc brown" Discussed on Double Toasted
"But at the same. Times. Like, oh, we're talking about blood magic now. And they're not doing it in a fun campy way. They're like, no, you resurrected this person you fucked up and now you have to live with the consequences of it. Right. When it got dark, it got dark for sure I just wanted to say the other person, I really love was Russia's grandma who basically was laying like doc Brown from bad to the future mixed with Scotman Cruthers from the shining. You know, the the old dude who's overlooking the motel or the hotel and the shining like just the craziest like batch shit should be bad like every single line should be a laughing line. And yet it's kind of funny, but I wanted to give her love because that's rose from the loss pilot. She was actually in all of loss. But I know you've only seen the first episodes a loss. So I just wanted to give her some love because I thought she was kinda great, man. You know, even though it's a rip-off Stephen King mush it was basically the shining. Gotcha is basically the shining. Let's all cool. So all right, guys. That was our impression our reviews spoiler, deep dive into Sabrina the teenage which out on Netflix. A guy had watched that ultimately though, Christian would. Recommend it. Because I think it's still great show. The spite my problems with it. Oh, yeah. No definite recommend. It's a solid show. Be a little bit tighter. But it never got bad or boring and the direction going into season two really exciting and really intriguing cool. All right, guys. So now, let's go ahead and talk about our last thing, and we got one Email. So let's go ahead. And now talk about castle Vania men we've been talking about this. I think since the beginning of what's in the box Christian, right? When no one was watching us back in July and some people would say, hey, they're still not watching now. But despite that castle Bena is an amazing show. It came out last week perfect time for Halloween and all that stuff. So now Christian I know you're not too crazy about anime. Do you seen the story of Dracula told by NAMI and the animators of this show, and John what do you think ultimately of castle Vania season two on that flakes? It's pretty great, man. I mean, look I wanna. I hate on it. You know, I'm not a fan of anime. But one I know this isn't technically enemies, so I can get away with it too. It's just a story. That knows what it wants to be Warren Ellis. Who's one of my favorite comic? Book writers stepped into this medium. And had no problem telling a story that was really engaging and beyond that, I don't know about you. I understood everyone's motivation. And and when you can understand everyone's motivation when it when it doesn't matter what actions, they do if you can understand why they're doing it. It's it's a easier pill to swallow right? Watched Robb stark fucking up repeatedly right before the red wedding. It's like now that we know that's coming. All you see are the pitfalls, right? And you don't even necessarily understand them. Sometimes it just being arrogant. But with a castle Banya. Yeah, I'm saying this portion is better written the game of thrones. Every single person I understand the motivation, including Dracula who honestly is just a tragic figure by the end of this dab. That's I can't speak highly enough about it. What are your initial impressions? I absolutely loved it. You know? I was actually telling Corey before I came to the studio that what makes shows so great, right? I mean, I wouldn't love the season selves into protagonist point of view and their role. But what makes shows great? I think is having a great antagonised and sympathizing with them. And you see more of the back story. Hell we start season two would Dracula's wife and her pleading don't kill me because my husband is gonna get pissed off. And I just come down on not letting the human population. So please don't do this, you know, and you sympathize would Dracula the entire time, you know. And I think that's what's really great is that although alternately his goals is kind of selfish, and he's like, yeah..
"doc brown" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Screaming? I know we've talked about universities, offering some crazy courses and workshops in the past. But we might as well, keep ongoing university of Denver. Oh, Lord plans to host and sponsor, the annual white privilege symposium w PS for short it set up to examine patterns cultures and systems that contribute to identity, power and privilege. Does it happening today and tomorrow, what exactly is this symposium? Like what what constitutes kinda like a conference? Okay. I mean, I don't know what the differences between a conference and a symposium that there is a meal provided 'cause there's probably boxed lunches. Think I'm guessing a box of ham sandwich. Oh shit. Okay. So there's breakout sessions just like if it were a conference, right. And here's a couple of the examples of those breakout sessions, there's anti-racist ally ship avoiding the pitfalls. There's also collegial check in for P O C needing connection while managing whiteness. You a manager whiteness? I don't know if I can manage manage my whiteness. Oh my gosh. Okay. Colored white a discussion on white identity, white accountability and more. I cannot believe so small groups if you will smog groups to discuss how much we suck is that what it is. Like, oh, I get to look at other white heap. Oh. Hey, why people come? Yes, exactly what it is. God awful. Why would you offer highly voluntarily like, why would you attend the ham sandwich? I mean, that's why I ask no sandwiches that good. Sometimes they're good. By the way. There's also another workshop called similar, but separate and it looks at explaining the differences between black and Brown women. And so here's the description. What are you even saying to me right now? The word because I can't it says we will explain the differences of black and Brown women in Colorado. Many people believe black and Brown women experience the same inequalities. However, we do not what if you're a person who thinks all black and Brown women are the same. You're an idiot. The problem with these people is that they don't understand that people are individuals, and that they should stop categorizing them altogether. There's not what black women experience, and what Brown women experience and what white women experience. There's what each of us experiences individually. Yes, I hate these symposium. I hate all of this. Let's all we're also separate now. Everybody wants to be separated. Now, it's like, you're this. And you're that why are we doing this? Now, this is a hate it. I hate it for my eight year old daughter. Yeah. I hate it for her because I was not raised like this. I was raised just like what you said. Like, we're all individuals. I wasn't raised like this. And now everybody wants to be so separated and segregated. And now, we're starting to see segregation on campuses, again, college campuses and this crap but also separated in segregated into groups. And it's like now they're starting to like I want to be separated from white people. Why why I don't understand? And now my eight year old daughter is gonna grow up in a world where there segregation again what it's such backwards even happening. I don't understand. This is the dumbest Seth ever just we are stepping backwards. And it's it's just everybody needs to calm down and stop and look around and say, what are we doing? This is so Dom it's done for our kids, and and all of this trying to look at color, and and gory and categories and boxes, and it's just it's bad for our kids. It's really bad. Also, speaking of really dumb things Al Roker. Okay. So Al Roker was one of the biggest critics of Megan Kelly and the whole Halloween hullaballoo, right? And the black faced controversy in that whole discussion. So for Halloween the other day, he decided to dress up as doc Brown from back to the future. So he had on the white lab coat, and he had like this crazy white haired wig, pretty good outfit. Yeah. It's not bad. And people went after him pretty good on social media saying how can you dress up as a white character? When you've been so busy criticizing people who dress up as a black character. And he said I'm going to say this one last time. But the folks who get it understand the ones who don't want. I can be doc Brown, and I wear the outfit and wig and just not changed. My skin color, if you're white you can be President Obama if you want just don't color your skin. So according to our Roker that is the rule you are not allowed to use darker makeup. If you want to appear darker, you are not allowed to use lighter makeup to appear lighter. That is according to L Roker. Thank goodness for our. Thank goodness. Right. Because now we have the. Yeah. Now, I don't know if other people agree with the rule is the rule maker. But he is apparently taking it upon himself to define what we are allowed to wear for Halloween and what we're not allowed to wear. Yeah. I think this is insane. Because if you want to try to be Diana Ross to use Meghan, Kelly's example, I would probably wanna use some darker pancake makeup to really play the part. Right. Wouldn't be offensive. I would just want to look like her. So that people could tell that's who on trying to be. Yeah. I mean, I I just don't understand this. And it's it's just interesting that our Roker gets to call the shots. Yeah. And he is defining. What the rules are just ridiculous. Everybody wants to define it. Right. It's like this is meanwhile, Meghan Kelly's fired because she had. She wanted to have the discussion just wanted to have a conversation. Roker gets the decide for all of us. That's nice. It's nice that that gets to happen. Okay. Speed is next show..
"doc brown" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"Microphone fire. Got a brand new Kevin bean internet round coming up for you the best viral videos of the week just after seventy including if you haven't seen it yet. Some of the Jimmy Kimmel told me to my kids Halloween candy. Although Kevin, I don't know if you know, this some of the kids are starting to catch on they are some of the kids have been around long enough to know who Jimmy Kimmel is what nonsense. That's awesome. Also, WWE smackdown. Tickets for you, and Kevin will give us the update on the auto blow, which apparently is back and better than ever. So that's a big seven o'clock hour. I heard version. I can't wait, right? I pre-ordered it. So of course. Oh, Hello mustaches. Looking good, man. Thank you. Thank you. It's I don't know. I think I'm gonna shave it off now. Lampshade you keep it you shave. Why you say that Allie? 'cause I'm looking at it. It looks fantastic mustaches. Don't look fantastic ever. What about on Tom Selleck what? No, he's an icon. And you're like, oh, that's the guy with the mustache. But you're not like I wish he'd kissed me. I mean, also you're comparing yourself to Tom Selleck shirts. Tell us where you go for cheers. I go to a lovely dive bar in Granada Hills, California by the name of a Grady's where the most important people of society, hang out, and you realize and I ask them questions each week this week. I went and I asked them what part of history they would go to if they had doc Brown's DeLorean. Oh, I see doesn't go back in history. Yeah. Okay. So I got a lot of great answers a lot of regrets that happens at a bar. But yeah, let's let's check it out on this. Cheers with beer mug. Everybody knows his name. Asking questions with. No, what are you? What are you? Oh, man. But people are glad he came. Everyone knows his name. Wow. You talk to the.
"doc brown" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters
"Pat, Meghan, Kelly super racist. We found out what a horrible person. She was when she asked a question. You can't do that America. This is America don't be asking questions about race people's taking offence about something. And so it wasn't like she war. Black face. She just asked the question about why it was racist. If you were just paying tribute to somebody and not mocking or making fun of them. So that got her fired. I mean good thing because NBC draws the line at that kind of racy racist racism, well, unless your name is Lester Holt. Copy who both dressed in white face. And with Lester Holt, we have the we have the photos of those the Lester Holt picture seems even more grievous because. Well, I think we've got the Hoda copy when I hear she is with with Blake Shelton dressed as Blake Shelton. Looking like, Blake Shelton and Whiteface ready white. Yeah. Pretty pretty much white face there and unin BC on the today actually happened on the today show. Wow. I thought they drew the line. You don't do that kind of thing on NBC black. I guess maybe maybe because Lester Holt who a black guy and the anchor of the NBA NBC nightly news actually dressed in white faces. Well as Susan Boyle, so not only not only have white face. It was kind of chunky fat white face. Was this Halloween Felix? Susan Boyle is somewhat outdated. Ago, but people are like Susan ho. Then yesterday, Al Roker dressed up as a white person as doc Brown from back to the future. He's pulling it off. I think I think like I'm any look, great, exactly. Who that is? He's doing a great job. He doesn't have his face. That's that's what he says differentiates this because he didn't paint his face white. It's okay. To be a white person in under those. This swing for our Roker on this like that that has been the principal. That's been a spouse by most of the people you're allowed to dress up like someone you're not allowed to put on face paint. However, cultural preparation, aren't you appropriating white culture there by dressing up as a white person? Yes. Because remember there was a girl who wore an oriental looking outfit Chinese. Yeah. She was reprimanded for not allowed to wear. Try to look like anybody from Asia. She just actually Warren Asian dress was persecuted for that. You can't put on say Mexican some Pereiro that doesn't seem to be okay anymore. And you guys can't well, you could and the most ridiculous thing about this is not making fun. They're not they're not doing anything to belittle. Right. Literally is I think the one was making Kelly was she was just saying like, look if you're idol is. I think was the Aretha Franklin. It was Diana Ross. Yeah. You should be able to pay tribute to her. This is ridiculous. I can't believe you said lesser whole that he added some Edison round national keenness to the face. So you could say that that would be belittling. Well, that's seeming is Nate. Yeah. I mean, that's. Just the inconsistency. The hypocrisy is kind of hard to take you know, when I think Megan Kelly is probably going to be fairly well compensated, which leaves NBC, but that's not the point the point is she lost her job over doing something much less than these people did and the inconsistency is tough to swallow. And you know that they just headed out for her from the beginning. They were looking for cues looking just looking for the slightest little slip up. It could have been something even more ridiculous in this. Just depends just happened to be they got her on this one thing. All right. Jason what's going on in Florida? Oh my gosh. So the current I recall, we're real clear politics on their average. Polling has Andrew gillum over to Santa's by two point nine points has been fairly consistent. Like, there's been some like Rasmussen type polls out there that have had the Santa's pulling ahead by couple of points. But it's looking fairly obvious that kill them is going to take this. And this just absolutely insane. I just saw report from the Cato Institute which had Florida not only in the top five freest nation are free estates in the nation. Number one, freest number one of Texas. A Texas Texas was actually middle of the road, which is around twenty or so that which is very dry counties..
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"Today the movie back to the future everyone doc. Brown explained to Marty how his DeLorean was able to go back in time this is what makes time travel possible Capacity, well, unfortunately for Katherine Burcham she didn't remember that part Catherine's. A TV reporter up in the, Boston area about this week covering the crash of a small plane at that airport in the town of Hanson Massachusetts the pilot had survived the crash that
"doc brown" Discussed on About Last Night
"So I start hit fucking visual fast forward now, I'm sure at least you're staying hard at this point and pretty much. Yeah. How the wind and everything, right? It's called up there. Man like fifteen thousand feet is called as fuck she so so like so he visual fast forward. Now I'm jacking off to a fucking blow job in high speed. At that doesn't help at all. Then I'm like, fuck. I'm losing all my time. And I gotta take a gamble, amber. Fucking. Okay. Fuck it. I've roll the dice I hit skip track. Now. I'm fucking looking at the whole screen is this woman's asshole with the huge fucking but plug up in there and like you have a lot of things that my buff. Painful dude, who's my bone? Yeah. I don't have time I'm losing my boner is when I'm frantically screaming, love. Track, skipped track, skipped track your now. And the times is dwindling away, and I'm almost feeling like I'm just going to. I'm going to not pull it off and I hit skip track one time. And I see this big dick come out of the woman and in one fluid motion, it comes out of her ass hoisted up in the air over and down into her mouth and like just the pure joy on this woman's face. That connected with me. Why. And all of a sudden I'm like fucking doc Brown. At the end of back to the future part one. All what moody, fifty thousand. Together, dude, right, right. Kat. And fill out right as the lightning struck dude. I it all together. Not not. That is madness. And as far as a bit looking exactly the way that I pictured it, like that's the, you know, as far as like the lengths that it took to make it happen, like just how many, how much is involved, how how long was planned for how long in like it just it. Just we had a slow motion camera mounted to the fucking airplane, and I come right in right into it. My load caught the wind and it was splattered into a slow MO camera also what you just showed us. I mean, that is also incredible, but to seeing like it was imperative for me to still see blowed being shot as you were falling. Yeah. And you do. Right? My jab. Yeah. I mean, the first word is on the way out and the rest had cranked out in freefall even if I hadn't just seen you still tug at it as you're falling to me is almost like the Pat your head rub your stomach at the same time, then I don't know how you focus on both because I'm falling. I'm just so like I want all my wits about me. I don't wanna do anything to throw up the trajectory right or or the balanced, but like right, I mean, do they even say that when you even bring this up or you like you like is is joking off gonna like somehow pull us out of air pocket or I don't know. Is there some science to there wasn't like a, it's much safer, Clint then a guy doesn't right because the motion is less stressful for the air, right, free following you. You generate so much speed you're going so fast. Is the wind going to rip my dick off..
"doc brown" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Of course when it comes to psychic phenomenon we're talking about the idea pre cognitive post technician and looking into the future looking into the past and so time is a real key to all of this and yet up until now up until this new device has been created we who are operating at the civilian level here have not had the opportunity to go out and actually measure space time distortions and so next week that is what i'm going to be doing very yeah when doc brown in back to the future that movie that great movie talked about the space time continuum what did he mean by that josh well i think what he was talking about in general was the idea that for every effect there is a cause and for every cause there's an effect as a matter of fact i have been recently introduced to a book that was published one hundred and ten years ago but his based upon thousands of years of egyptian and greek study called the cabal eon and the cabal eon ties right into this idea that there is always an effect for our calls and a cause for an effect and you know how george you are famous for saying you don't believe in coincidence.
"doc brown" Discussed on WGN Radio
"You know an all time travel movies don't have the same rules that's another thing about it is it like for instance there are time travel movies where you can't go back in time it's impossible to go back in time and see your and be in the same like room with your old self looks like if future you and past you will never be seen together but they are in fact in the back to the future movies that you know you can you can actually go back in time and your other your other self is there i mean it happens in back to the future it happens like crazy and back to the future part two packs is future part two they go nuts with the we're in the same scene by possibility in the first one that doesn't happen until the very end when he goes back in when marty mc fly goes back early so that he can warn doc brown that he's going to get shot and then he gets there his car stalls and he has to run to the to the mall and he gets there in time to see the libyan shooting a doc brown and then himself he sees himself get shot at and then jumps into the delorean and sees himself disappear and there are in some time travel genres don't say that that's not possible you can't do that but i mean you make up your own rules as long as you follow and that's what i'm saying i don't care how outrageous are unbelievable the rules are in any genre as long as you follow those rules and don't break them i'm fine with that and that's exactly what they do in all three back to the future movies so as did you do you enjoy the time travel genre i mean i used to watch quantum leap no trying to think what else well i've got a bunch here right that show with jerry o'connell which was that was sliders rang leap sliders.
"doc brown" Discussed on Bad Science
"That's true i yeah i mean there's a lot of labels you could throw on that thing it's it's quite the hybrid and but just i don't know anybody dislikes it i mean you know you could disagree with the science all you want just like it i feel fun movie but that's a question i have for both of these gentlemen out of the gate is how often do you see things where the inaccurate science in entertainment bothers you like are you easily bothered by it maybe what what bothers me more than inaccurate science if the is in itself inconsistent the of the movie itself once they lay out what the assumptions are that you have to buy you have to be happy with them and then you go from there everything develops an unfolds and consistent way than i am happy and i think actually the back to the future movie nice job on that yes there there's a few times where they do break their own rules but i will agree with you as long as you're setting out your stating your rules we'll all jump on board but once you start breaking those rules it feels like okay now what do you what do you do very complicated in in incredibly tight at the same time yes doc brown gets a lot of information out of out of his mouth all the time especially in the first part of the movie but how how do you feel in general about these sorts of things truth is the the opportunities to point that places where they got science right are so infrequent most of the time in film that you can kind of do it on one hand but i developed a kind of thick skin for that as long as it's done with a good spirit of fun and more importantly when you look at things like star.
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"doc brown" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"Oh absolutely so doc brown looks up and then he suddenly realizes that he's transported them back in time to the exact point where the media hits the source so what he does he decide so tying this to this cartoon together with the tv series dinosaurs correct welldone so what he decided to do because apparently he's an idiot uses the proprietary aquasonic subatomic molecular redistribute up to cook you'll net yeah they pull it from the sky and cancel the cancelling the apocalypse mice wow pacific rim stop pacific rim stall and then we'll go back in time we'll go back to the future i'm sure i'm sure yeah sorry they go back to some movie cold there we're going to say they go back to ready play a one always i says very good so anyway they get in the car and then you son the dummies one is the dummy his drying the battery on the on the cob because he's watching mahdi's rock and roll vip nice right so that's that's good and then it's this point in the series that i realize the side that i realized that this is also edgy time ment and y'all you had me going there for a second with your nonsensical slingshots the i think the comic was also edgy time but i could skip those panel so i've learned skip this on it's nothing this episode so basically they explain how to get electric out of a lemon too because they charge the battery on the car so if you ever need to do that just watch the guy if you ever need to fully charge a time traveling delorean you can use a limb.
"doc brown" Discussed on Double Toasted
"The thing is so he suddenly died and we don't know why or how nor do we care for a good portion the movie and to be honest in my lifetime i still don't care the jon voight is dead in this movie i don't care because there's really nothing but a simple flashback to tell us that she liked him therefore we should like him as well yeah it's nothing but like a really poor fec simile of like the father child relationship dynamic that he did in the third indiana jones movie and i'm gonna get into that later but it's like it's a lot of that where it's okay you're doing dynamic that i've seen before and other movies don't way better but in this movie it's like a xerox copy of xerox copy and so i don't give a shit right and the weird thing about is so he's already dead but he seen in flashbacks all sorts of flash forwards and sideways and all sorts of things and he leaves her clues everywhere including letters even said he'd like visions for her to have doc brown's ears a letter or go find it right but in one of her dreams she has a vision of chest chest that is lit from the inside apparently somehow the pulp fiction briefing right video game like is like wallace wanted to fix the fuck in clock or get doing a bit actually you might think she wakes up she falls this ticking she's hearing her head during vision and she smashes the stairs as you do when you try to find something and you know what they look a little bit more and they find out it's this clock so she hears a ticking clock because she's not fucking insane like most people here taking clocks are and.
"doc brown" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"He likes but the changes have been very noticeable so when i read in that article about people again unnamed fluids he's saying that tom hasn't been the same person since he hooked up with alex to me that's the thing that i read that hit home the most because he hasn't to me and it wasn't until maybe in the last year and a half that i was able to draw a line back to a point you know the old back to the future doc brown gets the gets the board obviously this is where old bif's told us both it is where the tangent gums that's for me that's alex guerrero he is that ax where you go back there in ever since that day ever since tom brady housegirl hooked up you put an ax on the old chalkboard you draw the line down in duct brown's screams at forward and that's where we're living right now that's the alternate 1985 two further referenced the movie that were living in right now and i don't like i've said it many times on these airwaves i don't like the new tom brady the more tom brady talks brought a less i like tom brady everything that comes out of his mouth the more he talks about his personal life the less i like him that could be because one of the things i like the most about him was that he was just an athlete without you know without all the accoutrements no pretense right but in the last few years that's completely changed in while i still love him as a player now it's every time he gets in front of a microphone just like don't tell people to drink water man and definitely don't tell people who your voting for for president met matter of fact yeah just talk about the game and then and then that's it and i know that sounds like trying to have my cake and eat it too but hey everybody likes extra cake so of course is that's what i'm trying to do than than that's why and i think when you mention cake bread dough yes tom brady if maybe he had two more years on his contract may not be as worried about endlessly no mistake about it they're bringing in another quarterback like it's not just going.
"doc brown" Discussed on Are You Hearing This!
"And you know where that came quarter dino where this from have you did recognize it world back to the future it's the same camcorder that doc brown had that marty used all the time sign care may be the same me well it's remains the same model while you you must easter eggs on pbs yummy back to the fruits of me back to the future classic '80s movie amazing '80s movie one of my favorite cited called on we'll get into his other otago they also are big to the fruit but it go big to the pays clever name saddana dome whatever anyway i don't even know i don't even know you anymore we'll study hair episodes two key is you know all eleven loves her costume i love actually just walks in our he turns as oh my god hopper late and she's like ghost droves halloween that's it harper has fouled eleven exactly ed beginning of army at the end of scrapie things warm up he places eight goals in a little box in the force bright jet to see if she was gone exactly because he knows how the upside down works so he knows if that's where she went she can get back your zacklin yup so she cones bag and it seems like in this episode so far hopper and eleven are a living in a cabin and he's kind of taken the role of her dad like he protect sorry teaches ernie feeds her because i thank you draw too because he lost his door exactly his daughter passed away so good point jaeger she is going to be a father figure to her house surprise you connected that good job how you figured it appear to answer you do you do our let's go to chapter three the poly walk now this is where i hear a dozen suited obey ever.
"doc brown" Discussed on /Film Daily
"This train has all sorts of crazy you know peace is a technology that are necessary to make it flew iin stuff the implication is that dr found a way in eighteen 85 to go all the way to the future and then it outfit this train with this you know with this extra technology so that's what this new comic book ongoing series is going to explore that adventure and presumably some others involving uh doc brown and his entire family so that's the th the latest but do we really need to know the stories the question like i feel like it's self explanatory i mean i mean i'm sure there's an adventure that goes along with it but all we need to know is he went to the future and got hover conversion for the trade rates right i yeah i mean yes in the most basic sense yes and i think this is going to be weird because i was sort of railing against this mentality uh when i was talking about it with star wars the other day on the podcast but i feel like this is the kind of thing where it's not it doesn't strike me as um as quite the same thing began maybe this just because star wars is so much bigger than the back to the future franchises and there are so many more tiny references and things that um that these start that lucas the lucasfilm story group is uh you know having to explore deeper and sort of tie in in this massive ongoing evergrowing beast of marketing and end a product that they're constantly producing.