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"doran" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

08:07 min | Last month

"doran" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"It's part one of the gospel of john chapter nineteen and now seeking truth with sharon. Doran this is the absolute darkest week of the entire thirty three year. Old life of jesus. Christ this is it. This is the cosmic and showdown between good and evil between light and darkness as you recall when adam and eve got banished from paradise and they're sent away from the trinity. There's somebody on the other side. Is there waiting for them. He's on the side they are on. Now that's where they're going away from the trinity and to his world and his world is called the kingdom of darkness and satan resides there as prince. Jesus world is the kingdom of light and he is the prince and ultimately the king of kings now. When we started john's gospel we had a beautiful prologue. And he tells us that what has come into being in him was life and that life was the light of all people and that light shines in the darkness and the darkness did not overcome it. Jesus said in. John eight. I am the light of the world you know when god spoke the word. God said let there be light. The word is jesus. Christ let there be light. And jesus says i'm the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness but will have the light of life. So jesus wins this cosmic battle and he wins access for us. He's the way for us to get back into this kingdom of light by crushing the head of the prince of the world satan the prince of darkness satan. He is the prints of light so but the problem is we still gotta live here so we still live in this dark world and you can flip on the news at any moment and y'all hear the first minute you turn it on about cyber attacks identity theft military conflicts racial tensions escalating violence in the inner city gender wars rapid pornography environmental disasters. Immorality gender confusion growing political anxiety. And that's just the first three minutes of the news so we still live in this world of darkness right. Do you notice it all around you. This culture of darkness culture of death and he has come to win for us kingdom of light so the church is the light of christ on earth we his bride become the light to the world and this church is here to heal and restore humanity with the light. The pure light of christ that pure light shines in and refraction into these beautiful sacraments offered by the church in their healing and benedict tells us the real problem at this moment of our history is that god is disappearing from the human horizon and the dimming of light which comes from god humanity is losing its bearings with increasingly evident destructive effects benedict continues in our days. When in vast areas of the world of faith is in danger of dying out like a flame which no longer has fuel the overriding priority is to make god present in this world and to show men and women the way to god so humanity is pushing this light away. We're pushing god away and you need fuel for the light of christ so that it won't be diminished. The fuel here is gas stoves. Fate is in danger of dying out like a flame which no longer has fuel. The fuel is the holy spirit. We gotta keep him alive. Gotta live by the spirit. Not the flash. We can't give into the darkness when we don't use this fuel. The holy spirit are flame. Gross damn i have a burner on my stove. That won't work right now. Because it's all dirty and clogged up the few old gas getting through it's diminished and it won't light. We don't want to be like that. We gotta let that fuel that holy spirit get through us so we can light the world. When we don't have this light we start walking darkness instability. Confusion unrest raged executive fear. They all increase when the light goes down. Because as the light decreases we lose our bearings and we walk in the dark. So we're groping around like people with blindfolds pitch blackness but jesus came and defeated the dark. He has conquered the dark. Paul tells the colossians jesus disarmed the rulers and authorities and made a public example of them triumphing over them. So he's done it. He's the way. Jesus is the way the truth is. He's the way back from the dark side to the light side. He wants to take from the dark back into the light of the trinity the beatific vision and it starts here with the fuel of the holy spirit being the light to the world john. Twelve believe in the light so that you may become children of the light. Paul to the evasions once you are in darkness but now in the lord you are light. Live as children of the light to thesselonians. Paul says you are all children of the light and children of the day. Not of the night or darkness anymore. So jesus is the light of the world the holy spirit is that living god becomes his abundant new fuel source for us to fill us so we can shine this light of christ to the world and jesus said let your light shine. The righteous ones will live by faith. Now are we willing to let his light shine through us. Satan likes to suppress the truth. He likes to suppress and cover the light. He hates like like a cockroach he runs. Romans one tells us for the wrath of god is revealed from heaven against all ungodly wickedness of those who by their wickedness suppressed. The truth fading loves of truth suppressed. Los it delights in it and pilot stood before teases in john eighteen and said what is truth. And he's looking right at him and he says what is truth had told us in john eighteen. I'm the truth. i'm the way the truth and the life so looking at truth and light square on right in the eye. Pilots sided with deception and darkness. How many of us looking at truth in light right in the eye we know jesus how many of us side with darkness or at least side with silence like peter did three times. I don't even know the man don't ask me. I do not know the man you know truth but you ever say well i. I don't really have an opinion on that. They haven't researched and having studied it. I don't know you know truth but you ever say well it's not for me to say i mean each to his own. Who am i to judge. You know truth but you say. I don't really know enough to comment on that. I'll leave that to you to truth can make us squirm truth sets us free always always always jesus as you will know the truth and the truth will make you free. That's one of his promises. You want true happiness. You gotta live in the light. Gotta follow his commands. It's a gift. fear truth. Paul tells rama and so they knew god they did not honor god or give thanks to him but they became futile in their thinking and senseless their minds were senseless and darkened claiming to be wise. They became fools and they exchange glory glory the glory the light of the immortal god for images for idols. Truth what is truth. Truth has come into the world and truth has shown us the light and truth has made himself known to us. Do we want truth. do you want truth. We're seeking it. Do we want the claim that truth will make on us. Because if you know true it's going to make a claim on your life. Do we want what truth demands it demands to submit to it as truth as authoritative as loving.

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"doran" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

03:51 min | 2 months ago

"doran" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"So they're pointing he's pointing at the holy spirit. He has yet to drink that jealous and just a beautiful painting a lot of room for thought and contemplation to pray with this painting but the three of them are circle and the spirit goes through. Jesus back to the father. The father sent jesus at jesus at the holy spirit and there's room for us to come into their circle. There's room for us to come on ian okay. He spoke through the prophets in the old testament. Did he ever the spirit of the lord is upon me. I am filled with the power of the spirit of the lord said mica zachariah said the lord sent his spirit through the prophets. Jesus said don't worry about what you're gonna say. And when i send you out the spirit of your father's going to speak through you. Peter was giving an impassioned speech full of the holy spirit. He said that. God for told everything through the prophets stephen before he was stoned he said stiff necked. People you listen to the holy spirit which the prophets of your ancestors did you persecute paul and his final defense for his life says the holy spirit was right. Exactly right in saying through isaiah that you never listen. You don't understand you don't look you don't perceive last thing in a little while you're no longer gonna see me said jesus and then again a little while will see me in some of the disciples to one another. What is he me a little while. You're no longer going to see me that a little while you leaving. Because i'm going to the father and they said what what does he mean by this. What is he talking about. And jesus knew that. They wanted to ask him he said. Are you discussing among yourselves at what i meant. When i said in a little while you're gonna see well he's going to use the analogy and the travails of labor and birth. And i know all you men really enjoy this. I'm kidding but because once you go into labor there's no turning back. He is going into something. That's going to be really really really hard. And there's no turning back but it's going to be something really good but we gotta get through this part i and the our has got and there's no turning back at very truly i tell you you're gonna weep and mourn but the world's going to rejoice and you will have pain but you're paying will turn into joy. I promise i promise promise. What a woman's in labor. She has pain because her. How're is come. But when a child is born he no longer remembers the anguish because of the joy of having brought a human being into the world. He's got a further office in these waters of baptism. He's got to get through this though. You're going can have pain now. But you will see again in your heart and your choice and no one's gonna be able to take that joy away from you when we see the joy of the resurrection. When mary sees the joy resurrection joy joy joy but our teases the true vine the blessing and the birthright through the cries. The what are the cries. The wood of the vying. We venerate you. Lord jesus we glorify you because by the power of the holy spirit you have taken us back to the father get it now we get it. We get it. Thank you say theatric. Oh jesus trinity glory be to the father and the son and to the holy spirit as it was in the beginning is now and ever shall be world without end amen and the name of the father and the son and the holy spirit in that. That was part. Two of the gospel of john chapter sixteen on seeking truth with sharon doran to learn more about seeking truth bible studies visit seeking truth dot net tune in next time for more seeking truth with sharon doran..

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"doran" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

06:20 min | 7 months ago

"doran" Discussed on Bad Science

"Eight you. Do you know about that because that seemed like a really mysterious location to me. It was like super isolated but then the birders it by like called it paradise because they see a lot of birds there. It's a weird spot so you know. I think that used to be an outpost military outposts because it was the closest to russia and in japan and this kind of quirky things like all right so burners are going to the edges of the world just to see something that might be from asia europe because they might end up there and you know not migrate all the way down to see hours. So it's it's very remote. It has some things that you only going to see their. Because really they're birds that are of of of russia or japan or china or are people might go. You know the southernmost texas because they might see a mexican species that happens to get their species might be like dirt common in mexico or dirt common in japan but it just happens to show up there so it kind of counts and so that's the quirkiness of it is a spectacular place unto itself It's it's amazing place. Some of these islands are incredible places. Where where the breeding populations of species are are the most common. They're and they're pretty putting dangerous species on so these islands are are absolutely amazing and there are trips out there. I think the island actually closed trips in the early two thousands around the kinda nine eleven time And i think it was closed from two thousand two thousand ten and then. I think it's opened up for tours. I'm not sure if they're still going on. But if you want to go there. You're like dropping ten thousand dollars to get out this and and be an an old barracks and probably not have much of that. I'm going to michigan as an extra. Yeah the exotic. Paradise of michigan herb. Purus so still have another question journey. Living where i live were in somewhat of this migratory pattern that somewhat well known north to south through this area into to mexico in apparently butterflies take the same migratory pattern is a group that can you explain what this migratory pattern is. I know it goes through like that to fly river basin and they mispronouncing naked dish. Almost a town in louisiana that probably north grind my bones really so there is some pull. This gets to the those scenes in there when they were talking about the fallout so a lot of our birds especially kind of our small song burns Warblers and in different kinds of teenagers and all kinds of small songbirds. They migrate in the breed. In north america they might breed in michigan or further north and year. And they spend their winters down in the tropics. They might be anywhere in any work being islands. They might be down in argentina or brazil so these birds are making this annual migration. Come up here for breeding season. Starting about april in may build their nests have their young starting about September they migrate back down south and so when they're making that migration a lot of them are crossing over the gulf of mexico. And these are small birds. These birds way ten ounces. So i don't know if you know at ten ounces but think like three nickels in your hand that's about ten outs. And so they're they're eating a lot. They gotta fatten not have a lot of fat stores. And they're making these great migrations thousands of miles every single year twice a year in places where you live on the gulf coast new orleans. It's the first land after they've spent flying all night long and they're tired and exhausted and hungry so they're landing there so all that natural habitat along your coast. There is a habit that for all. These migrate super fertile. So how how do they last so long. How long journey over the gulf. 'cause they don't follow mexico up through texas they go Straight oregon so they can make that they can make that play straight in. I don't know but within a day. Yeah it's not like multiple so they can make that they could probably five five three four five hundred miles in the debt. Oh my little tiny package that basically little tiny package the energy so by the time they get they get their exhausted. Do they know how to find. Like the jet stream or some sort of like error on highway can log birds especially the bigger ones the hawks and things that are also migrating They're going to go win pretty much. The weather's favorable They might fuel up on whatever the south edge and take off when there is a good weather pattern In in winds are blowing in the right direction but that doesn't always work right and nature's recalling them so they might ignore some of those some of those signals and dive right into it and again that gets seen about the fallout when they were flying over. Also the weather pattern comes in. It's pushing against them and so they're using all energy to get there and they're just looking for any spa land where they can land and rest and while just wondering if like animal so small can just in a day. that's an incredible butterflies no migration so there was also talking there about that pacific golden plover her. Yeah i was gonna ask about that right. He said it's the greatest traveler in the world. Yeah it is. It's one of them. There's a few others like narcotic incredible migrations. But yeah it's it's flying from Again the tundra all the way down to argentina and back against us maybe like ten thousand miles a year or on the round trip. Yeah and why. Can't we fly. Yeah why can't buy because that's annoying evolutionary in their Maybe no wings. Maybe you're dense bones. Maybe our chubby cheeks. I do not know. Yeah they have hollow right Yeah they're very light bones and again they have the ability to put on fats and take it off and so you know before. They're preparing migrations. They're putting on their body weight and fat. There's even some evidence up there that they lose some of their brain power and ability to sing in. Forget some of those things at the cost of adding on fact to their body will Crazy trade offs and against like. Why the heck does that work. Why would you spend all that energy. Why when you just hang out for the wow well with food and weather and temperature when someone gains weight. They're singing voice changes pitch as well Wow that's wow birch all kinds of cool things. I would happily forget some of the crop songs that i've written. If i could fly. They used they used a piano cover of the song blackbird in his movie.

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"doran" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

07:40 min | 7 months ago

"doran" Discussed on Bad Science

"Millions of birds migrating through. So i get on my great colleagues around around the state and conserving the land waters. You make michigan sound like the most exotic paradise have ever heard of entire life. Yeah you gotta be working with the tourism. Board dude matters. There's a whole tourism thing called pure michigan check. It out sits jam. But please don't move here. I've i've never thought of the word michigan with such flair yacht and not to mention on the great city of detroit's where Amazed at the beauty in the progress. You know some of my favorite times have been taken out on a field trip and take people out. And i was one one detroit river and and the person turned to me and looked at me and said wow i have no idea i had no idea look like twenty percent of the world's freshwater was moving by them as sitting on the on the shores of detroit. Look out of the detroit river. I gotta go to detroit. We haven't hung out bid josh. Maybe we should do trip. Tickets are cheaper coming pancake. Yeah you know. There's a little bit of music there too. I hear the history too. And i love big. Sean sean baby rituals from detroit. Moving and hang out with him josh while we're there up his twitter handle that's all you need works okay. So this movie is based on a book that came out in two thousand and four nonfiction book called the big year. Not tale of man nature and fowl obsession by mark optima sick or a. Musk i don't know how to pronounce his sorry mark. Patrick have you read. This book is fun. Book you guys are gonna make fun of me. Did read the book. I did read the book before. The movie came out back in the day so i actually read the book and then when the movie came out. Sorry josh i was pretty popped off. Did i think i went to a theater. And cy was wilson you know. He likes the birds dude. Oh my bad but yeah so i. I read the book of the movie and then watched it again when we got ready for this so good book and better film. It sounds like it was fun to read and it's a little bit travel book. It's a little bit a adventure so it was more onto on the nonfiction side. Yeah there was one part in the movie. I don't know if you caught this part where there was the zan. Twos hummingbird up in vancouver. Hold martin's need. And they went to the house and they jumped the fence. I was living in olympia washington at that time in that year and i remember on the burning hotline seen an twos burns saying dang. How am i going to get up to vancouver. Well that must be such a sick. Burt alert you get some sick bird. Alerts on the hotline. I guess right. So i was sitting down with my with my wife and my daughter and i think i was in the room to and they looked at me and like the health hotline thing like it took them ten times a year. And i'm like no back in the day. There used to be like literally a phone. If you saw rare bird you'd call you'd leave a message on the answering machine. Somebody would rerecord it and play it on the machine so you would call in and you get to hear the recording of today on november seventeenth in the northwest corner of the wetland. There was a eurasian regions baden by joseph crazy. Joe then sound like literally. There was hotlines all around the country. The call into now. Of course that's completely changed in the past thirty years and he just instagram at heathrow it up on the graham. Yoda instagram took over instagram. It's much more instantaneous. And there is this always a spirit of sharing information earners are very cooperative and about sharing and culture will nowadays with with three d printers too you can just print out whatever bird you want at home right and you do that. And then you put it out in your yard and maybe hanging tree and try to get somebody trick. Some birders putting in five green screen. You can do anything with it. Yeah that burden on. Mars birds spotted on mars. What are the big questions that i had was about the competitive nature of the big year. And how they say in the movie that it's all on the old fashioned honor code. And i just could not wrap my head around how that's possible like. Is there no confirmation validation process. Well i i don't know you. Are you a golfer at all right. I mean it's kind of the kind of thing you're on you keep. Okay yeah there. There is making complex. Make more complex. Sorry i'm there is now much saint people. Don't get skeptical of. There might be some people. So i think a lot of you know especially in the last few years. A lot of Graphic evidence really helps people tend to go out and take a lotta pictures. You know if you're a if you were a cheat the word would get around pretty quick thinking now. If you're going out and saying you know a you know a zandt humming showed up in my yard. The website's gone are y'all it right. People would know write. The code is life. Yeah exactly you know. It's going to come back to life older code but again nowadays with the amount of information out there and all kinds of apps and all aren't you trackers and all kinds of online dated debt. Big bird brother will be keeping track of where you're out do not cheat again. Going back to one of those lessons learned in kindergarten. ends up being achieved. If you're listening to this not that any our listeners would ever cheat no cheaters. Not cheating crowd. No you're cheating turn this off. Don't want you listening. Even know i do and thank you for listening. If let's talk about this Snow owl. i think that's what you mentioned right that. It's your favourite bird and owen wilson's character. That's kind of one of his main drives. He's trying to see a snow owl really bad and it always evades him. So i guess is a multi question here one. Why is it your favorite bird to is truly that difficult to spot all right all right so i i'm going to have to correct you because i'm a burner here in a snowy ow. Oh really took my own all in man got it right now. I can think straight or sell. The whole scene was kind of quirky. So what's interesting. Snowy owls they breed way up in the arctic tundra way northern canada beyond the trees up in the tundra on the nest kind of on the ground. It's always liked there during the day. So they're feeding. They have young there. What's called eruptive some years. There's plenty of them and some years few intends to do with how well how good for breeding season and how many young they had so they allowed young that year the whole population tend to have a lot of young be morales that come down in some years. They do not reproduce very well so there won't be that many. I don't actually remember from the book but the kind of thing is if you're in a poor year you don't see them that frequently you might have to go to like northern minnesota in duluth to find one. Yuck but you know. Last year i live. I live in the lansing michigan area. I saw one on a light pole down near the mall in the grocery store. Parking lot over top highway sitting on a light pole. Did you freak out there. Not really that hard to see him like if you came up and gave up visit by go find one today so that was kind of quirky..

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"doran" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

04:13 min | 7 months ago

"doran" Discussed on Bad Science

"So you're paying a lot tickets. Lot of gas let at times in hotels. I would love to do that but you might not quite be in my meet. You exclusively environmentalists to be an ornithologist or bird watcher because if you're flying around so much that's burning so much gasoline right. You're yeah do you encounter that at all. You know what a couple years ago. There was a guy noah striker who tried to do a global big year. He traveled the whole grow plan. All out he's got a book coming out and everything and that obviously had a huge carbon footprint from all his flights around now he made a dedication that was he was conscious decision. He made a dedication to offset. All those carbon offsets are offset all those buy carbon credits to offset that carbon musician. Those flights in he also made it a point to broadcast raise money for burning organizations and really use as an educational thing. So yeah there's trade off. But i think in the end you're kind of making a an equation or a value judgment calculation that the the benefit coming from awareness and people's investments cannot outweigh maybe central cost of of the carpet. Right like what's it. The soul of bird-watching is is hunt. Essentially like you're like you might as well be a taxidermist or you're actually kinda. It's a sort of praise of nature right and to piggyback on josh's question are you pissed off at him for continuously saying like somebody was in the movie. And you know like steve. Martin said it's birding I'm not going to get as picky. Just happy to handle question from josh at this. Yeah i mean he's just such a lovely. I think at the end of the end of the movie. There was a statement in there from you all remember this like it's in the journey not the destination pill for two reasons for me. It's a way to experience. The natural world is excused. Whether i'm i'm going to hike someplace i'm in my backyard. We have a county park next to the house here. Walkner lately is it's just another excuse to connect to relax. You're getting all philosophical incident funny of the front but i was deep like going there. Yeah you know this. Past year with elk i spent. I literally spent hours and hours and hours in the woods. Listening you get to see the change. In the seasons you get to see different words at different times you get to here and if you watch closely start to witness some things that people just don't see You might be lucky enough to catch the heart of it also to having. It's a collection. I'm sure you all probably have some quirky collections at home or or your friends or family of quirky collections. We all kinda go after them but at some point it is a collection of collection memories. It's a question of experiences a collection of photos for some people. Yeah there was a great seeing. That illustrates exactly what you're talking about. Reject black showing his father. Yeah pictures of birds and telling a story that connects with each one and where he was similarly to right before we started recording. This josh was showing me guitar. Pedals that he has in his bathroom and each one had a little story. He showed me a staple gun that he got from a guy in a car. Who sold acid. So everything has a nice has a nice story and memory with a little I could probably literally remember. If i sat down you with bird guide and you said wow. Have you seen this bird. I could probably recall. Generally the time in the place. I was so it is. I mean it's the same as the same as those acid laced guitar battles off. I remember that is going to say josh. We should hopped up. We could follow around the grateful dead or whatever Per mutation the grateful dead exists and sell these pedals. Think i think it would work. I mean the same people who are buying guitar pedals. Yeah are tripping on acid. I mean those are one. That's one in the same person so it's like you might as well just corner. Keep who played. Guitar do drugs. It's just a thank. Can i not prepared for this line of questioning right now that okay. Yeah that's fine. You're doing fine badger. Now this is an aside like shakespeare you know. Yeah we're gonna take a real quick break here but when we come back. We're going to really drill patrick on his drug use so stay tuned.

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A Live Animated Stage Production... Wait, what?

Kottke Ride Home

05:13 min | 8 months ago

A Live Animated Stage Production... Wait, what?

"Thing. I feel like i haven't spent enough time. Thinking about is how the pandemic will change arts not just what kind of pandemic themed stories will see and have already begun to see but literally how it will change the medium for some things. It's something that a lot of other people have been thinking about. However and some technologies that were previously relegated to low budget. College tinkering are starting to get their moment in the spotlight and the funding to boots. Here's one example. The royal shakespeare company in england is putting on a virtual production using real time animation created by actors in a motion capture space who will interact live with virtual audiences basically they have actors in motion capture suits and facial regained with corresponding avatars of their characters. The audience will be able to see both the actors and their characters as they move around and perform inside a virtual forest scene and as they go about the story. The actors and audience will be able to interact. What exactly that will look like in real time. I don't have a clear sense of. But on their website the royal shakespeare company says quotes audience plus to get holders take on the role of firefly's helping to light the forest and interacting with their mouths track pad or touch screen the actors respond to audience interaction and direction making each performance. Unique and quotes won't many different groups around the world have been working on similar technology. The royal shakespeare company claims to have been the first to pioneer this technology for a live theater performance. Back in two thousand sixteen with their production of the tempest in that performance. The actor who played the spirit ariel was kitted out with sensors that were translated into live animation on stage enhancing the magical sense of the character for audiences as our a artistic director. Gregory doran said at the time the way the technology was being used means quote. The actor becomes the marionettes and the puppeteer at the same time and quotes old now. Almost five years later. Technology has advanced even more allowing them in partnership again with epic games's unreal engine to make more sophisticated of multiple actors plop them into a virtual setting and allow an audience to interact in real time. The show itself is not a complete play like the tempest was but rather a fifty minute experience. Based on the world of shakespeare's a midsummer night's dream led by puck you as the audience will explore the forest and meet other sprites and ferries from the play working to prevent an oncoming threats of destruction. If you want to experience what they're calling simply dream you can get tickets at the lincoln the show notes if you just want to watch. Tickets are free. You don't even need to reserve them in advance but if you want to be a part of audience plus get to interact with the performers. It's ten pounds. And i think you may need to actually be based in the uk to participate in that. Their site checks the compatibility of your device before allowing you to purchase audience plus tickets and no matter which browser device were vpn. Trying to use. I couldn't get mine to be marked as compatible so you can try it yourself but definitely you can tune in for free if you are not in. The united kingdom shows are march twelfth through the twentieth at various times through the afternoons and evenings. So even if you're watching from another time zone you may find one that works for you but getting back to the technology of dream another cool thing that they're doing that as you're on that journey with the fairies if you interact or the actors change things up based on audience response the musical score will change accordingly quoting again from. Sec dream features a symphonic score based on recordings by the philharmonia orchestra conducted by principal conductor and artistic adviser sullivan. The recordings are expanded by music. Created in real time by the movements of the performers this living dynamic soundtrack adapts and interacts with the narrative and the prerecorded orchestral tracks and quotes. I'm super fascinated by this technology. In terms of its impact on both live in virtual theatre in general but also as an interpretation of shakespeare and other older plays you know so often performances of shakespeare set in his time with stuffy elizabethan costumes and settings feeling so intensely old and uninteresting to many people but shakespeare and his contemporaries were cutting edge. They were innovators. They pushed the limits and once he got over the paranoia of this being the devil's work. I think shakespeare would have been really into this giant leap forward in live. Theatrical portrayals are a or director. Dora thinks similarly telling the observer quote this is a twenty first century reimagining of shakespeare's play which is giving us a completely different vocabulary of imagery. That's extraordinary when we did the tempest in two thousand sixteen explored the opportunities that the digital world could give to us. I really did think then quoting the play. This is a brave new world. There's so much opportunity out there. It says if technology is now providing us with this amazing paintbox. We've a lot of very exciting talent that can find uses for those new tools and quotes.

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00:48 sec | 9 months ago

2nd COVID-19 vaccine gets public review ahead of US decision

"A second covert nineteen vaccine is closer to joining the pandemic flight a week after recommending a person to use approval of Pfizer's vaccine food and drug administration advisors are publicly reviewing another vaccine from the door and the national institutes of health the FDA's Doran Fink opened the meeting with a sober reminder echo the nineteen pandemic continue to worsen Ernest Hells axle the advisors help is on the way with the trial showing the company's vaccine is safe and highly effective we believe the results support emergency use authorization the panel's expected to sign off with the FDA itself likely to follow in hours or days adding another weapon to the biggest vaccination effort in American history Sager mag ani Washington

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"doran" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

06:59 min | 10 months ago

"doran" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"Yeah And i remember just being totally blown away by that back then watching it. You know fifteen twenty years later as a as my life spun drastically over to making practical stuff instead of instead of digital stuff. I've a whole new appreciation for all the costuming and the chain mail in the and everything. But also i know some of the people at weta workshop next peter. Line making this star. That's awesome. I got to meet daniel falconer when we were in new zealand and hang out with him and he's on there and he looks like a child in those videos. It's great so it's been really cool. We saw a lot more of those to go through. Fantastic dive through those again there. There's a funny thing that happens a many of the occasions when norman. I have been there together. We both of course watched those behind the scenes. films obsessively and no mamie of them by heart and we will share knowing glances with each other about something we see at weta that we watched the behind the scenes but the thing is almost no one at wet does watch those especially especially richard. Taylor never watched one minute of the wound quote himself to himself. I don't ever say music. We've been see what else we've been keeping up with the great british bake off new episode tonight. Can't dive into that. But also in the same vein. We watched the great pottery throwdown. There are three seasons on hbo. Max i cut that yesterday. I saw that it existed. How is it it's fabulous. It's got the same like warm tone that they have in the bake off I've learned a lot about pottery and ceramics like a ton and it's just charming for everyone. Hugs at the end of the episode. There's a lot of crying It's a it's a a warm hug. During the middle of the pandemic's. I've been enjoying that. An awful lot to those are the best kind of competition shows. Yeah although i do. I do also like cutthroat kitchen which is very much a reality show but altered brown is just the best and watching him. Be a devious. Overlord makes me happy with mandalorian. Also we haven't started season two yet. I think we're gonna wait till there's a few more episodes out. Although we did we did finish. All of what's available for the greek pottery throwdown. We may need more a good luck avoiding spoiler. Try your best to do it. Yeah i'm not. I'm not too concerned if anything gets spoiled. And i'm sure it will be fun to watch. I do still have to watch the whole behind the scenes thing on disney plus. They put out our really really remarkable. And i'm actually excited for the finish of season two. Because i'm expecting they'll be another deep dive into season. Two like there wasn't a season one because the gallery on disney is one of my favorite one of my favorite bits of media. It's just so jumping off of that wetter behind the scenes stuff. It's exactly what you want after taking in such a great thing as mando absolutely. Yeah and also if you're just hungry for more mandalorian and who isn't One more thing that we just recently finished. I wanted to show off. This is one of my very favorite video games and britney's my wife brittany. We made a missed. Wow and what's better is that it has a screen it with old phone. That doesn't want to work. Great but i have missed installed on here like the game. It's loading upside down but you can play missed on the book that's hilarious. He's oh it's it. it's a year. There's a little cell phone in there just an old galaxy. O of it wants me to log in not going to do that but you can tell only played missed on our facebook. I like the way the light bounces off. That relief on the front. This is cold. Cast resin bra. Brass powder cole. Cast metal on there. Yeah that is so crazy bill. Thank you the book. you can still see. The text book is an old harper's book from eighteen eighty four. Yes is an old book. Speaking of bugs speaking smith book. Alex what a wonderful segue. So one of the things we did we. We've been working on this for a while but When lockdown hit in march where like all right to stay home for a while. It's finishes damn book and we did so we have the whole phones. Mysterious foams with one is about armor automatic number out of foam with two about making props outta evf. Oh home smith. Threes about making all your head gear. Helmets masks crowns. The lake compound curves. Yeah the also any so. This is the heart i think. Making homeless is the hardest thing why devoted higher book to it and When we make our youtube videos we do projects or technique type videos and it all gets put out on the internet. I'll free for people to go watch but The book is like all of that information. Everything i know about making stuff out of foam condensed and put into one volume. So i didn't. I didn't leave anything out. Everything i know about. Making helmets is right in that book. And i had year the look at that beautiful thing. Bill and q. Yeah the patterns. I love these are links in the book where people can follow along in and download them and and us from a variety of suppliers. Or whether it's a han. I mean it's really interesting. Foam itself used to be just the exercise mats floor mats and now there's so much specialty foam just for costuming out things like i didn't even realize like foam clay. You can shove that in a in a mold when applicable than you have the holy cow. Yeah you can mold and cast foam play. This was that the base of it was made out of sheets of foam but all the sculpting texture on here was done foam clay. So this one's One of the examples in the book norm said we have patterns you can download to follow along in fact the Dwarf in helmet. Which was designed by my buddy ben barnard was meant to look sort of lord of the rings inspired very. We did a video on this recently. And i gave out these patterns for free so if you wanna just give it a shot you totally can bill. I'm curious After three from smith books if there are responses to the books from people who have read them them have comments on them. If there's been a response is really surprising to you or unexpected..

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"doran" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

05:13 min | 10 months ago

"doran" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"Well welcome everybody to the adam savage project. i'm adam i'm norm-. I'm bill bill durant hello is good to see your shining face again. How are things up. North up in the pacific northwest. Things are doing all right. I gotta tell you. I for a for a while. There i was visiting you guys frequently. L. down flying out in san francisco to paint stuff with norm. And make things with you in a cave. And i haven't got to do that a long time. I just want to say. I really miss that. I miss you guys so. I'm glad that we got a chance to chat. I'm also eyeball on that suit of armor in the background of your shop. I'm working on my mark one. It's it's a kit. That i bought well over a decade ago on ebay. Some guy did a slush poor of this great totally not correct but but genuinely good casting in onyx They did actually a really neat thing. Because because the mark what is so bilaterally asymmetrical they They only made one shoulder. One arm one by one calf but they made the back side of it. Look correct so they basically double dress each part to be the left and the right so they only had to make one mold for each there. You go that's thinking smarter. Work smarter not harder very very clever. Yeah the front or the back at once. You can't see both same time actually So bill how you've been surviving the the lockdown and all the craziness it's been it's been something Doing okay though. We kind of slowed down on making youtube videos for a bit and wrote a book. We'll talk about that in a minute. Excellent but otherwise doing doing pretty great. I i've three things that have helped me a lot. A mentally and emotionally through all of this three things. Why my extraordinary wife and partner britney who's been awesome and has continued to be awesome Too i have dabbled with meditation in the past but This through this last summer. I really really got into daily meditation. I use an app called waking up. That's been really great for doing daily. Meditation guided meditation and also. I started seeing a therapist which is really fantastic. Every week i talked to therapists and It's really those things combined really helped with the added stress of you know going through a pandemic. That is such a lovely thing here. I love talking about therapy. I've been in for most of my life and You know i every now. And then i'll find myself in a in in britain or new zealand australia talking to someone in those countries. Therapy is not necessarily as culturally accepted as it is here. But then i'll get into a deep conversation with some of my friends there and like you can feel the need. You can feel right like we. We need to talk about our stuff. There need the neutral place to discuss it and to to to kind of work. That stuff out is so important. Yeah it's been fantastic First time trying it out For me in my thirty eight years of life and something. I wish i'd started doing sooner. Not we don't wait till things get dire so presumably then you started up video again. You took a break in. So how has that been going How has cova changed your production. It's not too much different the way we film generally i'm making stuff. My wife brittany is filming Although recently we've been trying to get both of us on video a more just because it's more fun really wanted to share thankfully it's great We have what play right now page. She works from home so she hasn't been in the shop since Or at least not with us since the lockdown starter since march We've just been taken our time more. We've been a little setting much more realistic pace for ourselves on it comes to filming and making So for example finished a video last week we put that video out of monday. This week has been a lot more like shop maintenance fixing up some misbehaving three d. printers at some light bulbs that need replacing in the shop. Dude a little more maintenance this week so we haven't been working at breakneck pace that we usually do and i think that's been pretty good but the biggest change for us some of us. Some of us have been filming like mad people and their shops every day. Look at you. Mr savage i i will i will give you a counterfoil which is one of the ways that i actually deal with. Stress is by overproducing right. It's like i'll be stress and it'd be like look. I can just shoot five more tool tips today. Then i'll feel like i got something done and i'll push myself and i'll go home and it will take me hours to kinda wind down a this stress. Production like extension. I've.

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Prosecutor looking into the origins of Russia probe resigns

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Prosecutor looking into the origins of Russia probe resigns

"A federal prosecutor who is helping lead the investigation into the trump Russia probe's origins has quit Nora Dan Hey was a top prosecutor on the team led by U. S. attorney John Doran who was tapped last year to look into how the FBI and other agencies started their investigation Durham's office confirms Danny has resigned from the justice department but did not say more the investigations only produced one criminal charge so far Dennehy's departure will further slow probe already hampered by the virus pandemic the president's indicated he wants results soon there's also pressure to wrap it up since the justice department frowns on investigations that could affect the election Sager mag ani Washington

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Prosecutor looking into the origins of Russia probe resigns

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Prosecutor looking into the origins of Russia probe resigns

"A federal prosecutor who is helping lead the investigation into the trump Russia probe's origins has quit Nora Dan Hey was a top prosecutor on the team led by U. S. attorney John Doran who was tapped last year to look into how the FBI and other agencies started their investigation Durham's office confirms Danny has resigned from the justice department but did not say more the investigations only produced one criminal charge so far Dennehy's departure will further slow probe already hampered by the virus pandemic the president's indicated he wants results soon there's also pressure to wrap it up since the justice department frowns on investigations that could affect the election Sager mag ani Washington

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Prosecutor looking into the origins of Russia probe resigns

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Prosecutor looking into the origins of Russia probe resigns

"A federal prosecutor who is helping lead the investigation into the trump Russia probe's origins has quit Nora Dan Hey was a top prosecutor on the team led by U. S. attorney John Doran who was tapped last year to look into how the FBI and other agencies started their investigation Durham's office confirms Danny has resigned from the justice department but did not say more the investigations only produced one criminal charge so far Dennehy's departure will further slow probe already hampered by the virus pandemic the president's indicated he wants results soon there's also pressure to wrap it up since the justice department frowns on investigations that could affect the election Sager mag ani Washington

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Prosecutor looking into the origins of Russia probe resigns

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Prosecutor looking into the origins of Russia probe resigns

"A federal prosecutor who is helping lead the investigation into the trump Russia probe's origins has quit Nora Dan Hey was a top prosecutor on the team led by U. S. attorney John Doran who was tapped last year to look into how the FBI and other agencies started their investigation Durham's office confirms Danny has resigned from the justice department but did not say more the investigations only produced one criminal charge so far Dennehy's departure will further slow probe already hampered by the virus pandemic the president's indicated he wants results soon there's also pressure to wrap it up since the justice department frowns on investigations that could affect the election Sager mag ani Washington

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Prosecutor looking into the origins of Russia probe resigns

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Prosecutor looking into the origins of Russia probe resigns

"A federal prosecutor who is helping lead the investigation into the trump Russia probe's origins has quit Nora Dan Hey was a top prosecutor on the team led by U. S. attorney John Doran who was tapped last year to look into how the FBI and other agencies started their investigation Durham's office confirms Danny has resigned from the justice department but did not say more the investigations only produced one criminal charge so far Dennehy's departure will further slow probe already hampered by the virus pandemic the president's indicated he wants results soon there's also pressure to wrap it up since the justice department frowns on investigations that could affect the election Sager mag ani Washington

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Barr says he doesn't envision investigations of Biden, Obama

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Barr says he doesn't envision investigations of Biden, Obama

"Attorney General William Barr is signaling he will not be swayed by political pressure to investigate president trump's opponents the president has said without evidence that he believes former president Obama committed unspecified crimes and as U. S. attorney John Doran continues investigating the origins of the FBI's Russia probe hi don't expect Mr Durham's work will lead to a criminal investigation of either man the other being Joe Biden the president's November opponent trump supporters that pushed criminal probes of both men for what they call abuses during the Russia probe bar says he will not let the election be hijacked by efforts to drum up criminal investigations of either candidate Sager bag ani Washington

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"doran" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"doran" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"You will write your book. You're content. You're course your value and through that you'll create more meaning in your life and others. This book is a Launch Pad for your book as he used this as yours. Your light will shine bright. This is yours because your culture matters. That's amazing not there you know. It's not my book men. It's yours since the readers and there's ninety experts they could each be. Its own chapter. Potentially all conversation all things from like for example or every week there's a two executives from the mortgage space picking one of the pages right around the experts and every week they just talk about it on facebook. Live for fifteen minutes. I know this because in one of the one they did yesterday was free. Will and I know this and I'll give them a shadow. 'cause people should follow them there. I watch people anyone that puts it out that I could find of their their thoughts. Distilled through the medium of the book. I watch many of them as possible and I learned. I believe that in a sense is arguably could be a meaning meaning of of life as an effect of that like big about it. I wrote a thought. Dan worked on it for a while. Put it out in the world. Someone read it through wrote their own and build about it and I'm GonNa Watch what they thought and wrote and filmed and have new thoughts. And maybe that is a Mike Reflection of science and living in the world and this was not my idea not taking credit for this. This is just. I think that this has been around before. Socrates Zora astern probably the foundation of education. As I think the neanderthals will some point. Some you know got around and had conversation of. Who's GonNa stab the Sabertooth? Who's going to collect the third? Who's GonNa Cook? And they did that through conversation. Open curious reflective co exactly. What you it seems you know teach and the noticed in the company that you that you realize got great results with which fed you and and it goes all connected right like circle. There's a pattern of living. You're going to like yourself won't know yourself like assault. Trust yourself. I think as a society is a as a culture of business theory. We we may have had that external not internal. We may be seeing the shallow muddy waters of a deep ocean. Ravine and the diamonds are. That's understanding that this is a internal no yourself like yourself. Trust yourself and then you will be able to combat the hierarchy of Lee position boss. Who's just as insecure as you but probably is invested more time and money and energy in that specific craft so positionally over the long juggle dividend Jeopardy of time they will have the position to Dettori. Raise you to the helm of your responsibility whether you want to do it or not. In a good example of this would be you know the founding fathers and the British Empire examples because again he a Lotta people are of the opinion of you know they don't want to change too much like it's just easier to do this. And we've all heard the Henry Ford analogy. Everybody just wanted a faster horse. But he went he went. No we need something. That's GONNA move us a little bit better than that and the naysayers and all of that you know. He thankfully ignored them and pressed through and it. It's obviously works based on the amount of traffic that I see in the city that I live in so I I think the car will be around for a while. Whatever flavor it will be whether it's self driving or flying or were driving. Who knows what will be. But it's again it's it's it's those those people that in no like entrust themselves to be able to do the things that they feel are important to benefit society and and and impact the world in a positive way Hundred percent the same age and I hope the our our listeners are uncomfortable in this in enough to to reflect and potentially not agree with either of us so we could learn from the conversation that would come from that I think that in essence that is the utility of while living absolutely. I mean I in my decision to look look at myself. An of course. It's translated into a big missing piece of actually succeeding in living and business. You want results in your business going to have to do with you which which you absolutely absolutely well. J. Work and people find out more about you your book and all the awesome stuff. You're doing okay so just my name. J. A. Y. D. O. R. A. N. GO on facebook linked in Youtube videos or upload it every day interviews talks lectures and so on and so forth and the book is thirty days of thought on Amazon. It's you just type that in you'll find quickly bestseller and morality and ethics And I I would say any individual that films a video or write something even if they're not ready yet or APP never even open to why they're doing it to share it with with anyone. Please send me whatever it is and I would love to read it or and watch it and and get to know you better. That's awesome. I'll definitely have all that information on the show notes Jay. Thank you so much for your time this morning. Appreciate you and all the awesome stuff. You're done thanks so much appreciate it. Hey It's Michael again. Thank you for listening to the PODCAST. I really appreciate it. Sure like many people. You're dealing with some significant stress and possibly approaching burn out. I know how you feel in two thousand nine. My burn out led to a year worst case scenarios..

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"doran" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

14:07 min | 1 year ago

"doran" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Welcome back Jay Dardenne on the line. Hey Jay how're you better? Now that's awesome. That's the best way to be. You're the author of thirty days thought What what prompted you to write the book. What's the book about and tell her listeners? You know what drove you to really want to spend countless hours? It takes to to put a book together and get it out there in into the wild thank you so much and I know you're accomplish off yourself and I want to let everyone know I haven't had breakfast yet. This will be my breakfast. That's awesome. That's awesome you can get breakfast time of day. But it's I'm a firm believer of getting some things moving along for your energy levels but everyone is wired differently so I don't. It's not a one-size-fits-all type of thing. That's for sure it. Interestingly you know metaphorically to sensitize into the book conversation because this book thirty days thought wasn't intentional. So the premise of the book is for the reader to read an excerpt which is a fought that's been developed on a page or two so that on the next page following that exer- is room for them to write not what. I think not what they've memorized but their own thoughts distilled on the page as inspiration from what they thought and then. The book guides the individual and how to create empathetic educational videos that they could put out on social media or not put out on social media with the intention of them actually developing through the medium of this tool not the book. They read to memorize what I have to say or specific you learn a tacit step one to ten of being better but just reading the thing writing to develop in speaking to let go of their pain. Psychologically which are just three of many things. I've decided to do the last couple of years to be less ever resentful. Angry self absorbed. Even I went through a similar exercise about a decade ago because I had my own my own burnout and all kinds of life challenges because of my the way I was living and one component of it was you know being kinda bitter angry. It should be this way very black and white When it came to a lot of things and when I decided after recovering from my burnout and everything else that transpired for me would really helped was just taking a step back and going okay. Does this really matter in the grand scheme of life and what I'm doing both personally and professionally and say nine times out of ten. It didn't system I realize. Why am I getting upset that someone sparked in my parking spot or this? Traffic is worse today than before. Or where's the subway train? It's ten minutes late all of these things. You know nuances of life. That happens it just you take these opportune using okay. This is not a big deal. Just remember to breathe and go all right. Let's let's approaches differently. Okay what am I gonNa do now that I have an extra ten minutes before the next subway train comes by read relaxed. Listen to music. I don't know look around. See what's going on around you. It just it was such a big shift for me and it it. It definitely helps reduce stress and it just makes life a little bit more rich powerful. You say that because I believe part of the reason our team reach out to you is for this conversation. The sense of I'd love to have breakfast show on it. Aligns with what culture matters really is which the purposes now people got uncover their genius and the goal to make your curiosity cool and I believe that starts with an individual looking in the mirror so thirty days thought it was not intentionally. Oh the book is going to be written with the pre requisite or slaught- that X Y and Z is GonNa occur this. This is literal exercises that I've used to develop psychologically which is important when you develop a company whenever the median that you're working through right. Whatever the product or service. Or what have you that? You're that you're bartering with other other. Humans it's important to do that so It was a it was recommended by someone that I trust. High-lead Heya maybe it would be a good idea to distill. That habitual will behavior that produced serious internal and external resulting personalize your business in the form of a medium a book so people can read to think their own thoughts in and literally write their own block or their own blog or their own social media content in the book. Use that an illness. So Dennis Hewlett blitz mattress. I gotta give him a shout-out because great mentor friend. Someone I deeply for who has a similar mission to help. People learn to teach. Joan collaborated with us. invested with his intellectual property blitz metrics to to actually have the diagrams in the book so people can see visually. You know as a guide how to do one minute videos. For example that have some form of Syntax. They could potentially anger them. Psychologically don't start overcoming some of the fears of getting on a camera i. I'm not familiar with your experience in the camp of the I seventy times that I did a video couple years ago. It looked like I was holding far. Yeah there's some people that look like they're going to hold one in and there's a handful that look like they failed at being able to hold that in and and then they have a different expression on their face. But yeah it's it's it's funny. How some people When they're on video they just start acting differently. Get a little bit more nervous. And it's it's just a physical device that's recording you. You know it's like it's nothing that it's not a big deal but it's amazing how. How many people just get paralyzed by the thought of one speaking in front of a group of maybe more than ten people or being on record it even live you know. It's a recorded video that would be edited and released later. It's not like it's a live interview type of thing but it's amazing. How many people just get petrified by that? Yes and even until recently. I don't believe I could consciously admit based on unconscious avoidance most likely that I could even fathom seeing myself on camera even having one thousand eight hundred eighty. Five videos eighty four whatever on youtube posting the last two years. I don't believe even until recently could consciously watch myself on camera even after overcoming the perceivable insecurity that myself and most at you know go through with getting themselves on camera. I want to disclaim if everyone listening. Thirty days thought does not cure farting issues. That was just you know it sounded like the tensely did. But it doesn't do that is just of raid or uncomfortable putting yourself out there. This medium will help you definitively do that so why. I personally biased because I read to think clearer and wrote to develop my thoughts better so I could believe that when I open my mouth on a specific topic there would be something behind it for me to say well. This is as far as I've come right like I do not remember the quote the individual of this quote but argue. Like you're right. Listen if you're wrong and be willing to change your mind. Some dead man. I mean God bless the solve Google. That Elliott gotta give respect with some as an amazing quote in. It's it's one of those things that I tell people a lot of times especially when they're in conversations of they have you know. Disagreement with another party is go into it with the desire to seek to understand understand. Their point of view doesn't mean you will agree with. It doesn't mean that the two parties will agree on whatever you're talking about or negotiating but seek to understand their point of view and from where they're coming from and that helps defuse a lot of the confrontational spirit. That oftentimes some heated conversations and challenging negotiations. Bring to the table agree. Is that something that you've picked up when you building the medical side of the the nonprofit you help extra honestly grow. Yeah waiting the books and yeah. That was a big component. Especially when you're working with government agencies are funding bodies whatever if it's government or fundraising or whatever the case may be. Is You want to understand the perspective of the organization that is providing funding to your organization. Now you want of course. Put your best face forward When you're requesting especially taxpayer money See WanNa make sure that you are honoring that and you know delivering service that is needed by the community or by clients or customers or are whomever But understand what their expectations are in what you need to deliver. And why that's important to them and the going a little bit deeper and just instead of just yeah. We're GONNA put in this funding proposal. They're going to give us the seventy five thousand dollars. We're going to be able to do these two or three things That's okay yeah. That's the high level. Get us. We're GONNA do but again getting getting deeper into it and figuring out okay. What's important to them? Does that align with what we can do if it does then then if it makes sense for everybody involved then by all means do it if it doesn't then politely decline thank them for the opportunity you know in in leave it in such a way where when future opportunities come up They don't have a bad taste in their mouth from the last time that they engaged with you and again it's I see often where organizations will get upset with a funding body and make a big stink about it and then of course they wonder why they don't automatically get additional funding when it comes you know topper -tunities smugly you. You made it difficult for them to work with you and if you make it easier for organizations to want to deal with you and all comes down to the know like and trust factor And when you do that it makes it easier because then when you get past a lot of the extra fluff of things and you just get down to business okay. What do we need to talk about today? What are we where we need to fix? You know what do you need from us? In order for us to have a chance to obtain this additional one time funding for what our Or charity okay. What can we do to help this? 'cause you figure it out and figure out why it's important to them figure out why it's important you and if if everyone went into things without approach again it it reduces a lot of the complexity and the the nuances of of of challenging conversations. Yes in the sense Leads distress would you say oh dazzling the. I'd definitely is a stress reducer if you go into it that way if you go in there already flared up before you even start talking to the person that's GonNa make that meeting challenging At least because you're going in there and you've you've prejudged the situation and even and I've seen this time and time again even in the medical clinic side of things where we would be in a meeting with government officials and some of the other parties that were With our team. You know. We're going in there saying they're not going to give us any money. This is going to be a waste of our time and all that stuff and like why. Are you going this meeting with that mindset? 'cause that's basically what you're going to get. He has your behavior your actions. Your words are going to reflect that instead. Go in there saying okay. Let's figure out where they're coming from. What what opportunities do exist. Is there any opportunity for us to be able to work with this group on this particular endeavor go into it with looking for opportunities instead of looking for ways that it won't work because if you look for ways that it won't work I guarantee you will find them? Because that's what you're focused on you're looking at all. This won't work. This won't work but when you look for opportunities and you're openminded and you have conversations then both parties start thinking about things and that's when creativity can actually you know foster an opportunity for growth and opportunity to work together and I've that's one of the big components in in my own professional success and being able to help organizations grow in correct things as you look for those opportunities that when they come up. You're prepared for. Wow and you know that.

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"doran" Discussed on Based On a True Story

Based On a True Story

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"doran" Discussed on Based On a True Story

"Answer to our to truth and a lie game from the beginning of the episode as a refresher here are the two truths yes and one light number. One soldiers in the trenches would have been wearing gas masks a lot more than we see in the movie number number two. The Germans really did move their troops to a new frontline number three blake and Scofield. Were real soldiers who saved save the lives of sixteen hundred soldiers from a German trap. Did you find out which one is ally. Let's start with number two you. That is true. Even though the Germans never admitted to being a retreat they did consolidate their troops to a new front line similar to what we see in the movie that brings us to number three. That is the lie Blake and Scofield might have been based on the stories that director Sam Mendes heard about from his grandfather as he was growing up but as Doran explain. They're not people that we know from the historical record instead. They're supposed to show something that it did happen. During World War One ordinary people cast into extraordinary situations that means that number one one is also true as explained because of chemical warfare by the time nineteen seventeen rolled around. Most soldiers. Entrenches would have been equipped with gas gas masks. But of course that makes it hard to see the actors faces and it doesn't make for a good visual for the movie that just about wraps up our time together today before we go. The last thing elected on each episode is share. How much time and effort went into creating this episode? I know that's not something most podcasts. Do and that's exactly why I'm sharing this information. If there's one thing that is surprising to most people who are new to podcasting or who have never created a podcast before they just listened to them. It's just how much time goes into creating them. So I figure maybe if you find out more about how how much time and money goes into creating podcast like mine then. Maybe you'll start to appreciate all the PODCASTS. You listen to for free just a little bit more with. But that said today's episode took a total of twenty seven hours to create and cost forty one dollars and forty cents in out of pocket expenses as I always do. I WanNa make it clear that time and cost is only my time for this one episode. So that does not include the countless hours of my guess time researching the subject matter that we talked about nor does it include the ongoing costs. It does not include those for example the monthly podcast and website website hosting costs based on a true story. PODCAST DOT COM. has its own costs that I'm not associating with this episode. It also does not account for any time Outside of writing researching and producing this.

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"doran" Discussed on Based On a True Story

Based On a True Story

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"doran" Discussed on Based On a True Story

"Each country can maintain an autumn and for people who want to do this and for looking. You can get a lot of this stuff on lot. You can look at the Canadian border to look at the British war office And Look Doc in the United States records from different states in that aspect I think is very important in that and I hope he really did it exists. You know so so. The people can't do that making look him up and see what he did. I know we've had a lot of contact with people over the years. Disgusting Example Mick. fleetwood fleetwood MAC is grandfather was killed in World War One he mentions that and Otis about him. And so you know we look gave up. Yeah he was there and I hate to say this. Sometimes the record you better somebody died. They're always better for officers in because they were considered a different kind of class. I've just been talking to so many folks about this movie that I have an intensive try to will give a again. I'm disrobe pleased. This is occurring at this time because again it draws attention. I hope we do the help. They need more of these that they cover other stories in A. I've seen a lot of movies about world war. One and I'll mother was that I like to tell. That story has kind of connection sue out but thank you so much for coming on to chat about nineteen seventeen before I let you go. Can you share a little bit of information about the national world. War One museum and memorial and where someone can listen to learn more and plan their own visit in the museum immemorial have existed since nineteen twenty. The collection started in nineteen twenty. Were studying our hundredth anniversary. Take this year of the collection and we have an excellent website. They can go there. It's real simple the world war dot. Org We we. Don't mess about the World War and I can see a lot of things. We have online flections database of things that we have scanned at our in collection legacy the different events that are going on here. CR Online exhibitions can actually come here. To See exhibitions. Go there and the online exhibitions. We have a lot of youtube. 's We record. All lectures people come here program. So they're all there. They actually recorded me. The other day for National Owned to be other fifteen talking about helmets on that day so we have excellent facebook and twitter. Her counselor go to our website. You see all the thing. Instagram all @ from there are social media Excellent about getting the word out. I'm kind of the dinosaur will do it if they tell me how to like today in coming and talking to you but you know my thing is with the was was the objects. And that's what we try to teach here so we knew a lot of exhibitions in alongside here. Traveling exhibitions we bring in some other places as long as with our own. We'd like to be seen as the information source internationally for every nation. This museums been collecting internationally since since nineteen twenty. So I'd say the best place to start is with our website and if you forget what it is hearing this podcast just so Google World War One museum and you'll get as for right. It's top of the list. I appreciate your time so much. Oh well I enjoyed talking to you in any more questions. Let me know this episode of based on a true story was produced by. I mean Dan the FAB. I'd like to thank Dorn Cart for his time as well as the national world. War One museum and Memorial for their efforts in keeping these stories alive life if you WANNA learn more about the true history and even more stories from World War One..

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"doran" Discussed on Based On a True Story

Based On a True Story

14:02 min | 1 year ago

"doran" Discussed on Based On a True Story

"Know unit if you didn't have time take your flog raw with your unit? We're not you are not able to a whole lot of every but I was reading intelligence report from the eighty nine division American McKnight division in the battle of some yell in September of Nineteen Eighty. They advanced so quickly that the Germans really had no chance taking more to do anything they found a place. Germans had beautiful gardens ahead a beer garden which for the Americans thousand awesome great because they were a dry army that was great and so they talk about the scars found pictures and all this kind of stuff. So around this time in this consolidation of the siegfried line yet more time because planned planned movement of troops it was not a not a helter. Skelter retreat so they would have time to arrange Louis traps. Thanks like anything that appealed. Do One thing that I've I remember is in the operation Michael which was a German offensive in nineteen eighteen. Not In the spring break through the British lines before the Americans got their full force and by this time equipment was bad. Shoes were bad everything. They didn't have a whole lot of stuff they were well. Trained troops had good weapons. And everything I get these restoring through summarily but they got stopped not necessarily by the defense of the British but after when British soldiers were dead killed in front of the limitless events. He stopped boots picked up boots their boots off. Things like that. So a real retreat. You're you're not gonNa have time take a whole lot with you in a measured movement. You have more time to create that thing. which is what you know? Really what was shown in the movie movie that they destroyed some of their defenses they'd left some artillery pieces that they couldn't move. They knew at advance because is a few had to get out take stuff with yours. Took your guns with Ya yards. Hillary Took a lot to produce those. They were your main weapon one and if they were busted than you'd leap if you couldn't move him then you're disabled them the bridge box out you know. Whatever nights at I guess her two types of retreats tears you just get out and there's another which is a plan to movement a plan movement away from one place to another and the second one seems to be more of what we saw in the movie? Yes try. And then when they moved to the siegfried line it was even more a more powerful position than high. Whatever heights were there were no real heights up there but they in the fields builds a fire? That was what was really important was so they could have crossfire of your she. Guts and if any troops Too late you would always sites sites in clear fields of fire and in some places that's why they cut them treats what trees were left. There were not a whole lot of trees left on the Western You know all that is feasible. It just depends on what they were planning in the plant in the first place. One a switch to the offensive subside. Because according to the movie by the Scofield finds the second devons in the wood. It's morning and so he asks why they haven't gone over yet and they identify themselves as Z company. They're the second way they don't go in at once. And this gives us a little insight into what it must have been like four and offensive from the trenches. Because we see scofield running through the trenches trying to find Colonel Mackenzie to deliver his message. Soldiers are cute up to go over. We can hear officers. It's not a main part of the movie but we can hear the officers barking orders. Okay a company. You're going on the first mark be company then you prepare for attack. Follow your platoon commander and stay spread out. And you hear the whistles blowing saying okay this is you know on. This is when we're going to charge across the battlefield. We never really see the enemy necessarily in the movie but we see all of this. Start to attack getting organized. How well do you think? The movie did depicting the way that the attacks were organized from the trenches. Like that why I think they really showed the human nature of it very well own on basically in the fear. The uncertainty things that we're going to happen again. This is a dramatized event in a win. You're really doing that. You create the drama and Pathos that's occurring by nineteen seventeen. You really have to realize excuse fielder full shell halts. They're full of dead animals full dead. Humans are full of poison. Gas All types of gas. The skies are basically black with Shell. Fragments machine guns are everywhere German snipers were everywhere and so to really get a feeling of the drama. I think they did a good job at creating. You know zapped out as far as what the Germans were doing they were either waiting or there would have been credible fire going on. Aw and there's going on but everybody had a gas mask. Gap poisoning was everywhere in shell holes senior trenches. It was on your clothing. He had mustard gas which was really an oil but it was a burner in a burn. Your skin burn your year inside in your notes Your mouth any place. There was water on a human body mustard phosgene chlorine or respiratory Gas they were everywhere. But if you do a movie with everybody wearing their gas masks it's hard to tell you no other other acting in things like that and so that's why say you know in dramatization. You really have to show a differently than you do in a documentary or something like that so sometimes you know. I'm not the right person to go to the movie. But you know as far as it representing history so the will realize in this is going on kind of activities are going on nineteen seventeen was full just take this action and multiply hundreds rid some types. I think that's really important and I think the storytelling is important. There the idea of hearing these stories as a young man from the director the oral histories. I think Really important as well and so in showing this. I think that's what people I hope that's what people will take away from it bad. These guys are being thrown in situations. They don't want to be there. They want to be be back any on are they wanna be you know in Paris or wherever they want being unique. They don't WanNa be there but you have to have a reason. There has to be a reason one of the main reasons that they do show in this with the two fellows The messengers was this. The Camaraderie you supported your own fellows. You supported your own troop you were there for your buddy you. You were there to help them to help them survive. You couldn't really think about yourself. You had to really think about okay. If I'm going one I'm doing we'll help other guys survive than it's worth it and that to me really is what true heroism when a person goes out of their own south those beyond concern for their life to help other people and to me. That's really truly. What a hero is? We use the word very loosely nowadays and I think it applies in a lot of instances but to me it always means so you you have to go outside of yourself you have to go beyond what will occur to you and so in this movie you see that was with these fellows and one of unfortunately dies in the quest in another gets through and to me. I think that's it's really an important part of the story because they don't WANNA DO A. They're scared they're hot. They're dirty they're hurt. We know turkeys hand on barbed wire in by. They realize if they do what they're they've been asked to do do they. Were really asked. They weren't really commanded to do this. The net makes their quest more important. I think because they didn't have to go you didn't really see them. ordered up the chain like everybody would have been and so they take it seriously one because he's brother the other because this is his comrades he's going with his comrade. He's not going to abandon it. Then he doesn't even abandon even the fellow who was killed in making connections with the quest to him then is complete. It's a good story and you can see it. You can see in a lot of movies that were you. Have this kind of tasker Carquest they had that in this and you say okay okay well. This is based on somebody based on stories or whatever that's great you know because you're still being affected by what human would beings can do in extraordinary circumstances feed this back and make sure that I'm I'm understanding. It sounds like overall even though the the messengers weren't necessarily based on individual real people. It's not necessarily a this. Storyline is not necessarily true. They pulled pieces. Says that could have been true. There things that could have happened in this overall setting that Israel of course you know during the war and they turned it into what sounds like one of the more important parts of camaraderie like just telling this human story of people ordinary the people thrown into extraordinary circumstances and trying to survive together does that sound like an overall essence of the movie compared to history. I think that's exactly why you know. Like a when they're setting really the seed when you're in the British trenches and you see how other guys are inert. How there were there eating in things like that in your setting the scene for that it'd be like a play where you have real good sanary issue created for that? That's not the important part was the important part. Is The story that you're trying to tell. And this to me the is a is a story of Camaraderie and of people really going beyond themselves as as far as it being directly from history in original documents or something like that it really is not that important. Because that's what we do. Here's the museum. The document's original documents stood nor the statements. We show the uniforms of men and women who served in the war and how children were affected children as refugees children under bomb attacks. Children picking up a gathering peach pit's in the United States which were then made into charcoal which were put into the gas mask filters because they knew that they made the best filtration insist there was thousands and thousands of stories and Mrs One good story that they were able to tell in he based it on his own life his own. There were director seven minutes in on his life. He kinda get what we'd all like to do. I think good story and so it make dramatic and Macon appealing again. I can't really call it entertainment but to do that to to tell a good story that people can take that away with. Yeah now now you mentioned that it was based.

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"doran" Discussed on Based On a True Story

Based On a True Story

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"doran" Discussed on Based On a True Story

"That was kind of alluded to that. It was hard to go home to England and income back into what you had left than to just stay there and not worry about going home and seeing what life was like at home and of course then the Americans got in. They took over the trench lines of the French. Especially they had no place to go. I mean they had to go on ships ships to get to France so they had to give them the rest periods as well. I in the German did the same thing he's psycho people off. They could respite talion it. Put Him on Bring other battalions and things like that. Especially after the Russians were basically out of it. They have more troops to bring to the western front trenches. Were not all the same. They were not ubiquitous. They were known throughout the world because a disc time I'm recording you had movies. You had photography that was printed almost immediately and so people in lots of places could see what was really happening in the war that they had been able to before. Now you've been censored you still get the idea of doc. Look like and what it was like in these situations we have some replicas of trenches here are of different scenes entrenches visitors should look into see what it was like. That's really just a snapshot as They're very clean. No Rats we do have a dead rat one of the nice and we always tell the school school Jordan were there looking at it and see if they can spot the rat and he's a big one but you can see the deterioration of these trenches as you go from nineteen fourteen in nineteen seventeen thousand nine hundred seventy in people talk about the western front being from the English Channel Away to the Swiss Alps. That's true that's where the western front was but trenches were not continuous throughout that they were in particular areas. Either defensive musicians or offensive positions are in so there were gaps in them but primarily because of geography of. You didn't have to protect where Wurley straight up mountains in the those mountains down in the south but you still had offensive positions there. Could you couldn't attack straight up one of the amounts I've been there and just walking walking up. There is is not an easy task but when you get to the top there are defensive position so you could see what was going on in the valleys below where we're talking about what featured in movie that's really trench warfare. I really was looking like they're again. You can't really show everything that was occurring. I hate to say this but a movie about war or calling. An entertainment is kind of hard to say but I think it when you say you're watching a drama are it's like a stage presentation or something likes that than you are being taken to another place. Entertainment in a really is and and I think that this movie movie for people who really know about World War One will be two different places that they've not even thought about. Before I thought one scene that was really effective was when a fellow when he was by himself and I can't remember his name he goes in that town that's being sheldon. Urban flares are going off and everything and to me that that really looked like what they would have seat. That was this kind of Hell on earth presentation Asian and I know it was very dramatic but it also I thought was very effective. Yeah I was GonNa ask you about that because that is a big part of the movie a Scofield was the one who was was going there and and the city we in the movie we find out as a coup simone. was that something that actually was the city actually bombed out in nineteen seventeen while they all were. There wasn't any place left on the western front wasn't rubble. Now some places like out bear the Torch survived there the CBO because that's what they use for siding artillery and so that was a high point who was the highest point you could see for miles away you try not to destroy the churches but any place that could be a defensive position was basically seen as fair game. When you go to France now you can see the places that survived that were rebuilt after the war like Verda and Albert places Isis in places like that there are some places where there was just nothing left? They're called ghost villages. They have signs at their incident. This is Israeli village of whatever used to be that happened throughout Belgium in northern France on the eastern front in Russia Some places the troops actually pulled them down and use them for Building their trench cysts in civilians were gone. There were no civilians in these areas. They basically had gotten out in nineteen fourteen. Sometimes they got trapped there Gombak for something or whatever but but there was very little left other than rebel when you go through these beautiful French villages stuff today that historically they were there but they've all been rebuilt felt they build them to look like the Billy Joel was there but but yeah pretty much every thing like that was gone. Well that leads into another part that I was curious about too because we see in the movie that the Germans. I'm going to call it retreating. Because that's what that's what they did in the movie but as as they were leaving they essentially laid waist to the land behind them. They chop down trees to block the roads. They destroyed bridges. They left the trip wire that nearly collapsed the tunnels on the two messengers. One of the big points in the movie and even killing the cows so the British soldiers couldn't eat them later. That was something that was mentioned in the movie as well did the Germans really lay this path of destruction. Shen as they were retreating if they were able to they went on under constant era observation. If they were not under attack from there from artillery they were rock roads and destroyed bridges. I don't know about cutting down. Individual trees by a road was was a major tool major weapon in the war. Because that's how you move people. I would think that they did course. The Belgians in the French is at an air retreats in nineteen fourteen and knock down walls and things ought to block the advancing Germans. It occurred As far ars it occurring in that particular area. I'm not familiar in a with sad but in bridges especially were always always something that you can either use are you had to destroy one of the two and you couldn't just leave a bridge stamp because that's how you transported and and then you got in your collapsed trenches on themselves objects were wired with booby traps. That were seen as kind of souvenir. You're kind of things. Did weapons food things like that times. They didn't have time to basically. If you're getting out you're getting out. I know I read want descriptions and have always liked to quote from one of Germany German soldier when they went into French. Trench in. Who's telling thing take sound in there including the flog raw so you.

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"doran" Discussed on Based On a True Story

Based On a True Story

09:40 min | 1 year ago

"doran" Discussed on Based On a True Story

"Primarily. It was done by telephone and the telephone. Wires tendered to be cut backed by artillery fire. You could see in the movie. When they're going through the trenches you see the telephone wire Sunday Telegraph wires along the sides of the trenches? Well you know you exploded section trench and that blows liars which is why they had lots of options. Believe it or not they were still using messenger And you can deliver messages for one cook to another. The US flashing lights are helium graphs British. We're very good at that. They use signals likes a US flare. Guns there is a reference in the movie to a flare gun primarily those those were used at night because you could see him better again. The airplanes themselves were a tool of communication in our exhibition. Here at the museum about about the air war we have one of the canisters that a message would be placed in and it would be dropped from an airplane airplane ahead. Kind of a ribbon on that would help help. The pilots If it was dropping were supposed to to drop and generally generally wherever the higher command was they were close enough to the airfields can send messages that white and so so those you could consider that on individual basically delivering a message so there were a lot of different ways to communicate and of all of them failed. Then you had your runners and they were. They were lightly equipped you know they can read maps. They knew where the cases were apt. And things like like that and they were generally of the noncommissioned officers like the lance-corporals in a are above because they had more status when they were received We're going to and so all those things are feasible. Within the context of the movie I think as far as the dramatic aspects of the movie. I thought Very good and I like it because now it will great interest in world. There were one in nineteen seventeen that happens. In in our International Museum does come to the forefront again. We've just gone to the five. Five years of the centennial of war one which created a great interest in the history of the war. We we work with students. All all over the world with our education programs are online as well as our teacher training we do online exhibitions and so And we're kind of in the same businesses these these two fouls Messengers are we tried to deliver the message about what occurred in World War One and and so a movie like this basically. I was not aware of really until we started getting the advance information about it really helps. It really helps in in our providing information about the history of the war you mentioned the trenches and I wanted to ask about this out set had a POW. The movie explains it 'cause trenches during World War One or something that they're almost a they're a character of of their own major part of it so the first thing comes from there's a line of dialogue is the beginning and there were blake and Scofield. Were walking in a trench and one of the shoulder says something like. Hey you're going down up trench which as soon as I heard that I was like wait. There's like one way traffic. I didn't I guess I never realized that trenches were really what was I going the wrong way down a one way street and then the other part of it was. I saw a big contrast with the way that they portrayed the British and German trenches the British trenches looked like you might expect their wet muddy. He held together by would little protection from a dirt berm above and then the German trenches looked very different. And you mentioned the the wires even the wires along the wall. The German trenches looked much more organized than in the British trenches. There have cement walls and just got the sense that the Germans built these trenches with more care had more time to build them and build them with more care than the British side. Can you give a little more insight into what the trenches were like how. They were depicted in the movie. And how accurate depiction maidment sure. That's probably two things that people they don't know a whole lot about world before the museum by when they leave it out lot a lot more but when they come they know about trench warfare and they know the Germans early in the war. War Spiked Helmets Kurt thank you nick about the war and because we use that spiked helmet as kind of propaganda that was the Spike Mike L.. Even though the Germans were all wearing steel helmets by the time the United States entered in nineteen seventy. The trenches really started needed on the western front in October nineteen fourteen and quickly. The German engineering was better. The British and the French didn't want to build trenches because they thought it showed they were on the defense always wanted to be on the offense by nineteen seventy you had to have a whole network of trenches and like you say the trench and all that well there were layers of trenches from the frontline where they would attack from the N- there be a second line communications trench. It's basically bait trenches for bringing up supplies food that kind of thing. Everybody latrine trenches inches. Said they have those. And then you'd have some places where you had enough room you'd have even Ages and so even though they weren't intended to be built more haste than the German trenches. Were they still were into near Words new hauer build them where to place the other thing about where they were fighting in northern Gordon France and Belgium was willing. Both you dig down you go down six feet. You're underwater. Basically most of the time this is when this term duct board came into use Nesar Closely board ladders there late in the bottom of trenches so you can walk on them not disappear in the Mutt because it did it did disappearance so the saying was that it was so wet duxing the needs something walk on so they had the duck boards. That's alleged you know you. You can't really fine that written down any place conversely and of course going coming back to this point the British French always planned on attack. They didn't plan on staying in trenches. But by nineteen seventeen this frontal attack Jack everybody jumping out of a trench and running against German machine. Guns artillery was really more of a suicide mission than anything. It's I I know. My British friends will disagree with me on this but the British always were waiting for cavalry attack. Were we're always. They always had the horses there in your majority. British command were Originally Cavalry Offs. So they had the horses In readiness when a breakout occurred. Run the horses out there in the day. Even though by this time tanks poison gas incredible amounts March hillary shells artillery was the main killer on the battlefield in World War One sixty percent of the battlefield deaths that occurred in World War One or from artillery sixty percent of all. The doubts came from disease while while fighting on the battles or inflicted incredible horrible casualties disease. Really you put all these people together in one place horrible sanitation with With the rats they showed very effectively in the movie and bad food and after a while living in mud in wet all the time a sex people and so realized that you had to rotate people out. The lines couldn't be in the lines weeks on end. Sending don't become an effective fighting force anymore. The Germans however really had to bring all their support and their supplies from Germany whereas the French they were in France I call upon train. Their people move up into the trenches whenever they wanted to actually even started by nineteen seventeen after some of the beauties the French let people go home on conjugal visits basically and of course they were right there and the British. It was harder but I think.

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"doran" Discussed on Based On a True Story

Based On a True Story

16:05 min | 1 year ago

"doran" Discussed on Based On a True Story

"Movies cities with history on today's episode. We're going to learn about the blockbuster. Movie nineteen seventeen. Now if you haven't seen the movie yet I would highly recommend commend. You do so before listening to this episode because there will be spoilers as we separate fact from fiction and who better to help us unravel unravel the threads of history that we see in the movie then Doran Cart who is the senior curator at the National World War One museum and memorial and Kansas City Missouri. Before we chat with dohrn though. Let's set up our game to truth and a lie. If you're new to the show. Welcome here is how this works. I'm about to say three things. Two of them are true and that means one of them is a lie. Are you ready. Okay here. They are number one. The soldiers in the trenches would have been wearing gas masks a lot more than we see in the movie number two. The Germans really did move moved. Their troops to a new frontline number. Three Blake and Scofield were real soldiers. Who saved the lives of sixteen hundred soldiers from a German trap? GOT HIM NO K. Now as you're listening to our story today. Your challenge is to find the two facts scattered somewhere throughout the episode and and then by a simple process of elimination. You'll be able to find out which one is alive. And of course we'll do a recap at the end of the episode to see how well you did all right now. It's Tom to get door and cart on the line to chat about the history behind nineteen seventeen at the very beginning of nineteen seventeen. We see the date of April sixth nineteen seventeen. But they don't really give us a lot of context taxed for the war up to that point we know from history started in nineteen fourteen so I'd been raging for about three years by the time line but we're kind of thrown directly into into the action. We don't even get a case of where all this is happening other. We do find out later in the movie that it's in France but before we get into some of the details in the movie. Can you give us a little historical context of what was going on during the war up until the time of the movie in nineteen seventeen Sir and kind of the real important. It was interesting. They chose that date of April six. Because that's when the United States Congress declared war on Germany to come in to the war but that was the scope of the movie at all but of course that was for America and for the world that was pretty important event. The occurred on that same day. But of course you're right of fighting on the western front which is where this occurs really started in August gust of nineteen fourteen and by April of nineteen seventeen had been really several years of not a whole lot a happening other than people dying and in creation of new types of weapons especially tanks on the British side and there was a whole lot happening in the world besides just trenches on the western front I think the real cataclysmic event and of nineteen seventeen or of course the Russian revolutions most people just say the Russian revolution but actually there were four of them in nineteen seventeen seventeen and this really affected not only the war on the western front because once the Russians basically left the war it allow more Germans come from the eastern front to the western front it also signified the loss of a huge nation in support of the allied effort in so Russia by April nineteen seventeen was already in turmoil and would really not being able to contribute much to the effort after that although they did do some fighting especially against the Austrians on the eastern front brought and this was a time when it was really in full force a total war because the Germans were bombing mm civilians in England with not only the Zeppelin's but also with every bombers by this time unrestricted submarine warfare. There was declared again in February by the Kaiser. And this is one of the reasons that led to America's entering the war and so that was primarily. One of the most important things of this time was is unrestricted submarine warfare especially helps affecting the shipping of materials materials and men and food and everything to the allied countries from the United States. So from this basically was being shown as a fairly small microcosm of the war to the common infantryman in nineteen seventeen never huge events occurring all over in nineteen seventeen. The British entered Baghdad. You know the war in the Middle East was continuing the incredible use of artillery in nineteen seventeen when it really you know even though they use it a lot before then it really came into its zone in nineteen seventeen with the amount of artillery fire that was current especially on the western front which you also got Italy. You got ought to you know fighting in Italy you with the Italians and the Austrians and so what we.

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Extension 720 with Justin Kaufmann

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Mistakes, but no political bias in FBI probe of Trump campaign: watchdog

"Year the US justice department's watchdog says the F. B. I. was justified in opening an investigation and it ties between the trump presidential campaign in Russia A. P. Sager may Ghani the highly anticipated report says while there were serious performance failures in the F. B. I.'s chain of command the bureau did not act with political bias that undercuts president trump's claims that the probe was an illegitimate which hot still he's claiming a win this was an attempted overthrow and a lot of people were in on it and they got caught Attorney General William Barr is also rejecting the conclusion the president says he's now looking forward to a report from John Dora the federal prosecutor bar hand picked to do a separate review Doran has already said he also disagrees with the watch dogs conclusion the hearing a reaction from senator Lindsey Graham on those mistakes within the FBI he says you have to question why people in the justice department were breaking rules you'll have to talk to them but I'm not going to accept that politics is not part of it given what we know about the people in charge we know that struck in page hated

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Justice Department watchdog says FBI justified in opening Russia probe

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Justice Department watchdog says FBI justified in opening Russia probe

"The highly anticipated report says while there were serious performance failures in the F. B. I.'s chain of command the bureau did not act with political bias that undercuts president trump's claims that the probe was an illegitimate which hot still he's claiming a win this was an attempted overthrow and a lot of people were in on it and they got caught Attorney General William Barr is also rejecting the conclusion the president says he's not looking forward to a report from John Dora the federal prosecutor bar hand picked to do a separate review Doran has already said he also disagrees with the watchdogs conclusion Sager mag Connie Washington

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Justice Department watchdog says FBI justified in opening Russia probe

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Justice Department watchdog says FBI justified in opening Russia probe

"The justice department's watchdog says the FBI it was justified it opening an investigation into ties between the trump presidential campaign and Russia the highly anticipated report says while there were serious performance failures in the F. B. I.'s chain of command the bureau did not act with political bias that undercuts president trump's claims that the probe was an illegitimate which hot still he's claiming a win this was an attempted overthrow and a lot of people were in on it and they got caught Attorney General William Barr is also rejecting the conclusion the president says he's now looking forward to a report from John Dora the federal prosecutor bar hand picked to do a separate review Doran has already said he also disagrees with the watchdogs conclusion Sager mag Connie Washington

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Seven dead in West Texas shooting rampage.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

06:13 min | 2 years ago

Seven dead in West Texas shooting rampage.

"Coming up on veneers death toll hole in west. Texas shooting rampage rises to seven German President Asks Poland to forgive Nazi tyranny gene and Bahamas slammed by category five Hurricane Dorian it Sunday September one. I'm Anthony Davis the death toll in West Texas. The shooting rampage increased to seven today as authorities investigated why a man stopped by state troopers for failing to signal a left turn opened fire on them and fled shooting more than twenty people as he drove before being killed by officers outside a movie theater. Odessa police say that at least one person who was shot remained in a life-threatening condition authorities say the gunman was a white male in his thirties but police have not released name all possible motive the shooting shooting began Saturday afternoon setting off a chaotic rampage during which the suspect hijacked a mail carrier truck and fired at random as he drove in the area yeah of Edessa and Midland two cities in the heart of Texas oil country more than three hundred miles west of Dallas. Three police officers were shot before for the suspect was killed authorities say the trooper was in a serious but stable condition on Saturday and the other officers were stable. Saturday's shooting brings the number of mass killings in the US so far this year to twenty-five matching the number in all of two thousand eighteen the number of people killed this year has already Eddie reached one hundred and forty two surpassing the one hundred forty people who were killed all of last year today. Donald trump reiterated he's more recent calls for greater attention to mental health trump said new facilities and needed for the mentally ill to reduce mass shootings however mental until health professionals say such thinking is outdated linking mental health illness to violence is wrong and that the impact of more treatment would be helpful overall. We'll have a minor impact on gun violence German President frank-walter Steinmeier has asked Poland's forgiveness for Nazi tyranny eighteen years on from the start of World War. Two Mr Mr Steinmeier and other world leaders are in Poland to commemorate the outbreak of the conflict speaking in the capital Warsaw. Mr Steinmeier apologized for the a horrific war unleashed by Germany. This wall was a German crime he said in a speech his Polish counterpart and US Vice President Mike Pence also so delivered speeches in front of crowds and heads of state on Pilsudski Square Poland suffered some of the worst losses of World War. Two about six million. One of its citizens were killed up to half of them. Jews the conflict began in the early hours of the first of September nineteen thirty nine when a Nazi battleship attacked back to garrison of Polish soldiers West plant Poland's government had moved this year's commemorations from Westerplatte near the Baltic port city of Gdansk to Warsaw aw in anticipation of a visit from the US president who was to give the keynote speech but trump cancelled citing hurricane dorian and sent Vice President Mike Pence instead shortly after trump cancelled Angela Merkel made lost minutes announcement that she would attend yesterday day it emerged that trump who had given the impression he would spend the day at Camp David with experts to monitor Dorans progress had in fact flown by helicopter from Camp David to Virginia Gulf Club. A Hurricane Doria is slamming into the northwestern Bahamas as a catastrophic category five storm with sustained winds of up to one hundred and eighty miles per hour the extremely dangerous storm is the strongest hurricane on modern record in the area according to the US National Hurricane Center Grand Bahama residents have been evacuating from it's predicted path Dorian moving westwood seven miles an hour is expected to continue to move over great Abaco Island and Nia or over Grand Bahama later on on Sunday into Monday. Authorities closed some airports in the outlying islands but the main international airports remains open today after hitting the Bahamas it should move closer to the Florida East Coast late on Monday through Tuesday nights local time the NHCD Doreen was the strongest hurricane to hit the Bahamas in modern times times in the island's government officials urge residents to take immediate steps to protect life and property the US administration recently order to transfer funds from the Federal Emergency Management Agency Fema to immigrations and Customs Enforcement Known as ice most of the a female money would be reprogrammed to the border one hundred and fifty five million dollars would come from the Disaster Relief Fund based budget which he spent on recovering from natural disasters. Ole told the department said it would transfer a total of two hundred and seventy one million dollars toward immigration efforts. You can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast APP or ask. Your Smart Speaker to Klay The news with Anthony Davis podcast leave us a review on. I tunes and follow us on twitter. At the news underscore podcast for daily updates. The news is an independent production covering politics inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.

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"doran" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"doran" Discussed on The Moth

"Podcast, we go to Belfast Northern Ireland with Paul Doran Paul told this story at an event put on by ten x nine a project that he co founded with Padraig Touma back in two thousand eleven here's Paul. I waved to my father. We all waved to my father. He was one of many thousands of people on a March in Derry Northern Ireland in nineteen seventy two. It was a cold Sunday in January. We watched standing on a hillside near our highs. It was just another civil rights smart one of Mountie that will happen. The cross northern dot type didn't have a name that will get a name later on. We waived. My father didn't wait back. I don't think he saw us on. Then we turned on one hole. We live short distance away. So well until Sunday afternoon sat in front the fire watch TV unthought, nothing. More of. We were watching from what I remember the black beauty series on the commercial channel because BBC was showing a very high minded Victorian drama. I checked out because I couldn't remember exactly what it was. Let me explain to you about my dad. My dad was born in one thousand nine thirty. He was called Tony Doran. And he Mariana in nineteen fifty two they eventually adopted five children. My dad had a decent enough job. He was a telephone engineer. So he had a Vom with the job. More importantly, we had a telephone which was a great scarcity in ninety seven to two where we live. So it's kind of like a drop in Santa front. I want who needed to use the phone wants us to phone you put Tempe into the little wooden shell and cross the box. That's beside the phone and the hallway boxers my brother who was less scrupulous and me would often raid for. So my father was a very intelligent mom. He had a great interest in liberation theology. We had books full of liberation theology. He was very keen on struggles. Incisive America at the time on Rhodesia's walls, the time on South Africa. So that was where his interest late. So that's no surprise then that he would be on the civil rights March in nine hundred seventy two. So they're everywhere watching our TV drama the Sunday afternoon as you.

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Police body cams are scarily easy to hack into and manipulate, researcher finds

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

01:04 min | 3 years ago

Police body cams are scarily easy to hack into and manipulate, researcher finds

"Don't know, now let me, highlight, just. One, possibility of a drawback from the. Body Cam. And. Arizona police. Commander, has been fired after using his body Cam to. Film himself having sex oh. Stop banal county superior police. Commander Anthony Doran again this is listen to that title he sacked sure why County superior. Police commander Anthony Dorn use his office computer to store that, video and other pornography a police secretary, bumbled upon the, videos while using his computer for visual business the report? Says Durant is. Seen in a uniform shirt with the police insignia but no pants or underwear and it says that Anthony is sitting in an office chair and straddling him isn't, a naked, female, adult now he, made the offer, of, serving. A, one week suspension but after the. File with all the Very generous Weeks I'll give them just enough time to go out and get a, new camera clean things up a. Little bit but instead he. Was fired so after all of that porn was found in his, computer, idiot oh I got. A camera I can put it

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West Hollywood Wants Trump’s Walk Of Fame Star Gone For Good

Sarah and Vinnie

09:35 min | 3 years ago

West Hollywood Wants Trump’s Walk Of Fame Star Gone For Good

"Us up if you saw the bachelorette, last night the finale I wanna know what you think about about her pick and and I guess I wasn't watching intently, this season so I don't really know who that should it. Be, Blake yeah he's seems like a much more genuine guy should should give be. The bachelor. Oh. Shit yeah He. Whispers, too. Much He's has, enough, of a. Personality diction the bachelor there's not that many good choices this season when and by the way we're gonna. Talk about who won so if you don't, want to hear, them turn it down but I. Don't know how you I mean it's. On good Morning. America it's on everything so I don't know how you don't know, who won back though says initially on the episode last night the she thinks she could be happy with either guy. Can be happy guy both of them would be. Right choice for me I'm going to one who can't see myself without The most important decision for Like Not only found my partner in this also found. Myself so she gets, emotional knowing? This, yes in one guy, home, Blake Says that he feels lucky as. He heads off to, propose tobacco? This, is before he does, so What does the. Problem with diction here to like These people can talk Can you imagine is having house His lawyer Listen today I ask Truly incredible future together See us together Happy family Thrown in, our lives Beca Lining his, proposal, though which I think is so messed up like I in in more than one season that I've. Watched they'll stop the guy either way before the medium at the, car or they'll go to is go tell room or they'll do it tonight before you, know and they'll, say, like, look it's not going to be. You so don't even put on your suit and come out here to this thing because like it's not going to. Happen, Nope not he and I'm sure the TV. Show I'm sure that producers want her to let him walk out there and do his. Deal but I think the right thing to do if you genuinely care about any of these people used to stop them from going through the process because I think most men want to do that one time you don't even if you do it more than once unless saying that it'd be do it twice, times, whatever whatever your, life. Whatever a however transpires I think most guys that they imagine doing it one time and now this guy has got one on him that, well that didn't go, well The, rest of my life Smile See too many words already stopped him There's just one piece I am not. Ready to say goodbye Should've stopped him Quite honestly I pictured this moment standing here of the entire time for so long I think that we could be right and we could be partners So Garrett proposes she accepts and then after the rose they they make Blake watch Garrett proposed tobacco and then ask him about it as if it's not bad enough that he got rejected, and then had to live with that for, the last however long. Then, he gets to watch the actual proposal go down on TV Blake. Who just watched that with all of us for the first time Yeah that's that's difficult to watch first time I've seen it Seasons to watch so comfortable. To listen to myself yeah Has has heard as I was it's not. Easy Just never. Really ever consider I wonder you'd have. A ring in your hand Moments away from getting out me Training yourself to them you love No no you don't but I think you have to accept that it might happen if you're gonna go, on the bachelorette or the bachelor whatever it, is you have to accept that especially the bachelorette that you may wind up in the end and you. May. Wind up not getting picked right, I remember as a little kid, I used to ask. My dad we restaurant one time we're look and my sister and I and some guy plan is proposal like we knew it was going down at the dinner and, the waiter brings desert and. The you know the whole, thing, and then the girl says yes and. I remember, I asked my dad I'm like. What happens if, she says no and, he's like she doesn't say no because by the, time you get to this point you know that, you're going to, get a. Yes like you're not you're, not this isn't like bachelor then but it's like there's no impromptu, proposal like. You don't just say let's do? What, are you thinking today saying no and walk. Away, like that doesn't really happen well does the. Bachelorette happen plus you're, in public so you say, yes and, then you, get home you go, you know Right well I, guess the point is, hopefully you've you've had the conversation you've you're both, on the same page about what you want you've, probably gonna ring. Shopping or. I know you sort of, about you've played it out so that by the time you actually, do it. You're not just shooting in the dark, or whatever unless of course you go on. National, TV and the girl tells you may one. Piece that I have, at the other guy and, now watch, me Mary Entertainment Brad and Angie Five kiss up, national Louis university the West Hollywood city council called Monday night for President Trump star to be removed from the Hollywood, walk of, fame the mayor John Doran, route on Twitter West Hollywood city council unanimously, passed a resolution asking the Hollywood chamber of commerce to remove the Donald Trump star on the walk of fame. During the meeting he also said the resolution is not because of. His conservative politics his policies is for the abuse, of, women minorities. Immigrants the disabled you. Crossed, the, line wow All. Right Just to name a few right. On Britney Spears has been paying twenty thousand a month in, child support but he's demanding more wants Britney deposed as part of his court case against her attorneys for bright filed new legal, documents saying there's no need for Britney to sit for a deposition in her case, with Kevin he's everybody. Already knows he makes a crap ton. Of money Bernice team says the deposition could disrupt her, touring schedule potentially undermine the security ever kids if Kevin asked for records that expose, private, information, Monday. Money hungry So if you watched keeping up with the, Kardashians the premier Kim and Courtney. They'd been feuding apparently it's a lot deeper than, even, that, show Depicted even though it was like whoa Courtney's completely overcome apparently the feud, erupted And it's not over. And it's, just not a TV. Thing it's a it's a real thing insider says that the bad blood. That was taped ages ago still exists Courtney thinks that Kim is just starved for attention which. She is source added She also had figured that out it took an expert to. Come up, with that is that. With the last decade has been about she also thinks that the Kim. Parents are kids is repulsive she flaunts them around like their accessories and yeah Photos of her I don't think, that's untrue Did she know that the everything's an accessory to her. Every everything is about attention According to the insider Kim McCartney aren't on good terms probably will never be close like they. Were and as for the show Courtney's over that to she allegedly told Kris. Jenner she doesn't want to sign another contract after the current one ends next season What are you gonna get your money from she's got enough She's good. She got, enough she didn't anymore and that's the. Whole point she's like I don't need. To do. These shoots I don't need to start. Another business I'm good I. Want to be with my kids I'm busy? As it is More to. Check out online today. You can see all the tweets that are going back and forth between Kim. Courtney now it's like, nasty on Twitter. Too which is kind of hilarious beyond say on vogue covers are amazing she's got two separate ones. Kylie. Jenner, as Virgin Mary l. areas. In Travis Scott's new video for stop trying to be good, that's all at. Fred anti dot com also seek and share your purpose. Of the degree from Chicago's? National Louis university checkout NL dot. EDU okay no I got the picture. Today I got the picture that everybody needs to see and Fred Angie dot com I'll put it on my Twitter to Fred on air have you seen the mugs. This is. This can't be. Real I cannot. Put together how this real. Have you, seen the mugshot of the goalie from. The Mighty Ducks sad who got arrested. That we. Got the Mighty Ducks and the and. The mugshot side by side I realized he was a kid in the movie and teenager whatever and now I don't know how that's the same guy Thirty something right Sixty yeah You've got to see this is Fred Angie. Dot com this. Is. Crazy also you can help roof Ulan Paulina raise money.

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"doran" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"doran" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Whether it's fun to watch knowing where they're going but yeah the red viper is just like an shade the heck out of time when lancaster here and seriously to keep calling they're like oh in the former queen of west roasts so nice to hang out with you because you're not the clean anymore yes there's some talk of prince doran in his battle with gout a rich man's disease the rich man's disease indeed yeah so he's he says no wonder you don't have it to taiwan and that's just another shot at taiwian lancaster he's projects wealth but is he really that wealthy this most powerful person in the country boasts about so much wealth is all is it all typed up to be or is that some of that just smoke show yeah so joffrey is also going to be saying this too much amusement going on at this royal wedding i think that prince harry also did something similar at the wedding from this weekend wants to shut down all the newsman josh i liked joffrey here like this is this is the closest that joffrey has ever been to like you or me i feel like where he's like doing this various super serious stick that is then leading up to what he thinks is like this really great joke we use this setup and knock them down tactic on the podcast all the time yeah it's the time to learn and he brings out the minstrel show the war of the five kings joffrey ren lee stanzas rob stark and belan great joy.

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‘Stormy Daniels Day:’ Porn Superstar Gets Key to City of West Hollywood

Chris Plante

02:48 min | 3 years ago

‘Stormy Daniels Day:’ Porn Superstar Gets Key to City of West Hollywood

"Honoring stormy daniels what else do you need to know about west hollywood california i think that pretty well sims it up that's almost everything you need to know yasser ali his apparently the damaris yashar ali the merit no his he's the mayor the west hollywood mirrors john j doran and members of the west hollywood and they do call it hollywood and west hollywood city council give stormy daniels a city proclamation and key to the city it's like blazing saddles the city hollywood is proclaiming may twenty third as stormy daniels day and giving stormy daniels a key to the city the city says stormy is receiving these honors because of her leadership and the pound resists movement aren't they crazy bunch of people they exist we must we must and we will much about that be committed exactly as precisely correct another leader of the pound resist movement there anna journalists in good standing at nbc news that's one of one of their leading journey they pay millions of dollars a year to that journalist right there resist we much is later of the pound resist movement as well michael eleven attias a crooked lawyer and he's got a twitter account to he proudly tweeted out that stormy daniels will receive a key to the city of west hollywood california tomorrow he tweeted that yesterday because she's getting it today designated stormy daniels at she ci larousse they're having the ceremony at chichi larousse or maybe that's why like charlie rodriguez chichi larousse at four pm we should all think stormy for her courage and fortitude through this process says michael avenue which brings us to michael abernathy he's in the news the los angeles times has the story about the lawyer who's a hero of the news media you know they use them like kleenex and they throw them away as long as they're making the democrat party's case for them they're heroes and when they become embarrassments they just blow them away like snot rags law firm of stormy daniels attorney hit with ten million dollar judgment the los angeles times reports this morning avenue eddie who has blamed the unpaid and he's got all kinds of unpaid taxes and all kinds of good stuff and a law firm of stormy daniels attorney michael avenue patty was hit with a ten million dollar judgment tuesday.

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