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Top 10 Films of 2020

Filmspotting

06:01 min | 2 months ago

Top 10 Films of 2020

"Michael and tasha are gonna come back. We're going to get to. I'm going to call it the consensus between the four of us top two films of the year. Because there's a fair amount of crossover. We didn't maybe all put them in exactly the same slots but it's close enough and we'll also hear the other movies that round out their top five of the year but to get started is a longtime friend of the show formerly of film spotting. Svu with matt singer and critic for buzzfeed alison willmore. This is her choice for the number one film of the year. Hey films leading team. It's alison willmore here from the late almost budding. Svu podcast hoping. I'm slipping voicemail in with enough time under the wire. My favorite movie of the year is buck. Arou- the greatest neo-western anti-colonialist most dangerous game variants. That you'll see this year And also just kind of incredible exhilarating disturbing work that if feel keeps Showing me new things. The more i kind of think on it and revisit it so definitely a feel for twenty twenty For many reasons and one worth checking out if you haven't gotten to it yet it's not right. It's been a tough year guys but hopefully the next one will be better. I mean not so. I don't know about you but i am still wrestling with back row. And i i saw it caught up with it because i had seen so many lists including allison's And it was kind of on my radar all year. Long in one i had to catch up with and sort of squeeze it in here at the end so maybe not entirely fair viewing. I glad i had the experience. I'm just not entirely sure. What sort of experience i had. Which maybe you can. sense from. Allison's voicemail there it's just it's it's wild. It's it's maybe insane. It's i think my first viewing was. I really was intrigued by all of those ideas and genres that were coming you But on a for sitting like they never it. Didn't like really hit me directly in the experience. I almost needed. There are two different groups here. There's this small town of this village really. And then there's this this group of I guess they're americans who come for. We won't give too much. We don't spoil too much but neither of those. I needed more context for both of those sections of the film for registering for me as anything more than like this intellectual experiment. I guess which is kind of how. I did appreciate it. I'm at last. I can say. No i i did as well. I think described it this way for our listeners who support us on patriot and we did some bonus content and i mentioned back arouse being basically battle royale but mixed with the seven samurai and there's probably seven other films you could merge with this movie it does feel truly uniquely its own and that's why it's worth seeing but it's also this weird kind of mashup hybrid of other types of movies. We've seen before. So i am curious to hear what our listeners think about back row came out a long time ago right earlier in the year. Yeah i think so. We just caught up with it. But maybe as it is appearing on more or less like allison's in that number one slot more people are experiencing it and maybe more people can explain to us josh. What we miss definitely worth seeing not gonna make our top ten definitely not gonna come up here in our top five. Why don't you go ahead and get started all right so you heard mentioned there that earlier. My top ten. I had dick johnson dead number six actually right after it. I have another film that deals with dementia. In dick johnson is dead. That is the struggle that Her father kirsten johnson director. Dick johnson is facing and they explore that in a very unique way In that documentary but a very different way than my number five pick explores relic This is a horror film. And in her. Directing debut. Natalie eric james. She basically chooses to confront dementia via metaphorical horror. So the main character is an adult daughter played by emily mortimer who votes her aging mother played by robin navid in rural australia. And this is on a family estate. A family home that's been held for generations and as the movie goes on the walls in this home gradually disintegrate It's a very you know. Obvious symbol for what's happening to her mother But the movie the just the way. The movie handles this. Metaphor is delicate. creepy scary unsettling frightening and it captures all of the emotions that you know you would have in the mundane experience of an ageing parent with dementia it. It makes dementia demonic and liberalizes. That which you know how it can feel. Even if you're not in this sort of heightened scenario and so. I just think that's a strong that such a strong visceral connection to make and natalie erica jeans Just handles it so expertly. Her command of the genre. Here is is astonishing and i think why relic landed on my list and this high is it's ending which i am not going to give away but this is where you know you might be saying especially horror isn't for you. Oh i get it. I get the metaphor. I can imagine what happens. i don't need to see it. You know But this ending manages to involve body horror unconditional love in a way that was completely jarring Of a piece of the horror genre but also incredibly moving and that was kind of like when the movie concluded that way. I was like okay. This is one that's Not only am. I appreciate but probably gonna end up sticking with me to the end of the year

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"eric james" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

05:20 min | 2 months ago

"eric james" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"Who don't want to leave education. They want to stay in education but they can't anymore because there are no jobs there and so. I think that one of the things that needs to happen on the side of academia is humility. You have to be able to understand that people want your value. But that's not reason enough. You have to help them see it. You have to translate it. It also requires a dose of humility on the side of industry. Because like i had these prejudices before let me real in back in a little bit and look at this candidate and just understand that they are coming from a different situation now. The other team that has emerged is that i mean higher. Education is changing. I mean it is changing. Cova has made that certain what has made that even more certain especially united states as the decision making on behalf of universities very problematic I am not one to watch things happen. This is what happened in my field. I know it's happening in my field to watch what's happening and say hey here's a cool idea. I can write about and then write a paper for a year spent another year publishing it and then having like i said before maybe fifty people if you're lucky read it and this commentary on the change of higher education i. I can't.

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"eric james" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

01:56 min | 2 months ago

"eric james" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"So being able to save you know what. I don't want to spend eighty hours a week writing this article. That's gonna take two years to publish. That will take another year to review and then to get published to be read by maybe fifty people if you're lucky to What's the point yet. You really have to ask yourself. Why are you doing what you're doing like what is it like. It can't be well. this is just what i love. Is my passion. Like this is just what i need to do. That is the narrative that that means. It's a passion that means it's an unattainable value which means you can't put value on your time. So work eighty hours a week until this thing they can never actually get whereas if you say like no i have x. amount of time and i value this time and then you do what you need to. Do you accomplish what you need to accomplish. You know i have crossed. I have interviewed people in season one. Who archimedes and do have these valley and do live by the what you just said. The thing is there's there's a whole gamut of of people in academia but we're i think it really hurts is when they try to inculcate this 'cause they're in their tenure track career they they can decide this for themselves but to impose students who now we know only twenty percent of them at best going to tender strike careers but to impose his regimen on them. It's really really.

"eric james" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

05:48 min | 2 months ago

"eric james" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"Be so indecisive and making decisions about my agree that makes a lot of sense and while having a family in i know this now makes you live through life in a different way and try to really make sure you're you're making the most of the time you have because you have time that you want to give to your family that's one this wanting also to right but it's true that anyone you know even if you're if you're single and you may be you started. Up because it was the next the next step in your academic track starting to find this mission kind of kind of emission from day one and having intention like live with intention definitely will help you and i think i feel that. That's what happened with your not happen. That's how you lived through it and that's why you you're able to to check those boxes. Yeah it was actually yeah. It was a pretty. It's a pretty intense experience. I actually think. I think that i'm working through some actually. Ptsd type experiences from my program. Because i was in a position where there was another cohort member. I had the i my personality is one that polarize people. People like me a lot or they don't like me a lot and she was one that did not like he got so bad to the point where i had asked my adviser and the director of the program. I said. hey. I can't do this anymore. Can i take these classes. Independent study we did a cohort model. Come like i can't skate in the classroom. Speak with this person And so i would end up just dreading doing anything. I look back at that three years of like of like lethargy right and then it came to the point where no i had to perform. I had to do what i needed to do. And so i just sit down and bang it out. So i really like what you said about like have intention from.

"eric james" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

05:27 min | 2 months ago

"eric james" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"Yeah i was two thousand eighteen like thirty two thirty two when i had finished man. I don't know if that's right. I don't know how my wife makes fun of billion for the time but anyway Yeah so so. What i and this is. I did the same thing. My master's program. I finished a semester early as well as like we kind of talked about this before we started on about the idea of mentors but if you are in the process of picking a mentor. This is what i did. And this is what i would recommend that people do is go your mentor with a plan. If you're going to your mentor to help them to ask them to help you create a plan. That's so much work that they don't want to have to do. I went for my master's degree. I went in and all of my colleagues the time they were going to professors and saying no. Hey can you work with me on this. I think i had this idea. I want to go this way. I went to my who's might now advisor or my mentor. Dot com kate at utah state university. And i said hey a joyce is. This is what i want to do this. I have done to get there. Would you like to be a part of this project. And she was like yes absolutely. And that's what i did with my other with my other committee members as well and then also with my dissertation committee. I went to my chair and said hey. This is what i want to do. Will you support me doing this. Because if you're not totally fine. I'll ask somebody else but like you have to own that this is your education and so for me what i did I knew i was looking for dissertation projects. I was just kind of like thinking about things i wanted to do. I think it was in the summer of two thousand fourteen or fifteen. I think it was. I listened to the last week tonight by john oliver and segment in prisons. And i was like wow. That's what that's i think what i want to do like. I knew that. I wanted to do a project that involved.

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"eric james" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

05:17 min | 2 months ago

"eric james" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"Hi there and welcome to the last papa peachy interview of twenty twenty this week. I'm bringing you my conversation with eric. James stevens founder of change hired a platform. Where in the summer of twenty twenty being unemployed. He set out to help each understand their value. Through livestreamed events and workshops that ended up bringing many thought leaders into the discussion and having over two hundred fifty registered. Attendees with him. I discussed the pressure. Covert has brought on the higher education space. And the change. These pressure means for considering their career options. Today understand that what you can do with the experience that you have is amazing and.

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"eric james" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:41 min | 6 months ago

"eric james" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"It stew on that Anyway, I'm avoiding it. Like just I can't think of any other bills Quarterbacks anymore. Amahl out over under 7.5 wins. Lacey over money is minus 1 45 on over. All right. You know what I want? I'm gonna go on here. I'll bet you want a 20 on that. John I will bet At least 20 on that. Do you need? You want to play the odds? I've done this, But we've done this before. And you deserve odds. I don't care about the odds. It's why I was so offended when you did that last year for four bucks with whatever that wass I don't remember the night I die. Don't care Principal I know I don't. But I don't know. I think they're going to win less than 7.5 games, then I don't need I don't care for the odds. I don't know. But I'm not going to do more than 20. Because I feel like I'm being you know, the bait was out and I'm gobbling here and you know, find and I'll go 20. We promised way promised to get some fire out of this guy, Joe. We did we got I think we're getting a little closer to that We might have 20 bucks are starting to warm up. We got 25. Now we're better. We'll see tough guys how that goes. Dad came here. Bad Louis. Thad Lewis is correct for games. 300 yards, one touchdown, two picks. 2013 and 14 for Eric James manual. Yes. The leading passer for the bills in the preseason with 1446 yards in 14 games, 10.

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"eric james" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

Too Many Podcasts!

01:46 min | 8 months ago

"eric james" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

"Coming to you from the chalet at the top of beautiful downtown Mount podcast here it's a special episode of too many podcasts. I'm Jim. The podcast here are and today. It's a special episode where I get to speak with people from the.

"eric james" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

09:06 min | 10 months ago

"eric james" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Welcome back to the regular show everybody's favorite segment my favorite segment is a visit by my wife Jean Eric James co founder here at element financial engines has a degree in consumer economics and nutrition is an expert in macrobiotic cooking and rates are calling the firm client newsletter called the other side of money welcome the program Jean thank you're always good to be here and we're post Memorial Day weekend I know it doesn't feel like it it's almost June doesn't feel like anything does it no but you know it's groundhog day the weather is getting nice nice and that's the good part that so here we are really it's now officially summer's not here yet but I am real they kind of makes us feel like summer's here summer we can wear white socks again but anyway I I do want to talk about summer because the states are starting to open and when the weather is warmer we naturally want to be outside were more active but I'm gonna put a bit of summer in the past tense because summer was a time when we all gathered you know you and I personally would make a list of people that we wanted to see because we hadn't seen them all year vacations with family camp with friends and personally for me summer was always kind of a break to kinda reflect on the first part of the year and then plan for the future part of the year you know what's coming but today this is all a blur I mean I talked to somebody on the phone today and there just didn't even feel like we had Memorial Day and it's June and that summer is definitely going to be different and there's no real breaks per se but I feel like there's a ton of questions a ton of questions will there be vacations are we going on vacation so many people have lost their jobs you know we don't want large gathering so I think that's pretty much up in the air travel are we gonna feel safe to travel or you have the money to travel it's very funny my sister she started talking about renting an RV you know you can be isolated on wheels on wheels yeah you know and go sit my parents driveway and visit you know so not a crazy idea people are getting creative absolutely because social distancing is definitely going to be the key for the for the summer protecting ourselves wearing our mass but I think it's gonna be our job is to create different experiences so we do enjoy this warmer weather and we do enjoy our summer for me personally summer has like smells to it there are fresh cut grass and when you're working in the garden that warm dirt has a great earthiness to it the tastes of our very first disc but ice cream and we used to go to I'm gonna date myself here but I remember going to Howard Johnson's and getting my my scoop ice cream you know need to sit there and look at all the flavors and and so you that first summer scoop and that first burger of of the summer now and for us it will be beyond burgers there will not be east burger tell me about it Hey there good wonderful but this smells and tastes of summer you know we just have to get creative and just you know remember how wonderful that is for us and we potato fries instead of real fries absolutely love it all yeah you do so it's not gonna be different I think I think the word for this summer might be staycation you know we're gonna be staying home or another for that forever because you know everybody says we're going on vacation you know new Yorkers go to Washington DC people in DC go to Chicago Chicagoans go to Miami everybody's going everywhere else and wait a minute there are a lot of people going on vacation to travel to where you live well they're going to be doing a lot of tourist stuff why don't you do at home what they had to travel to do you can save an awful lot of money and avoid the hassles of the travel and have a great vacation but you know a staycation it's a great idea that's great there's so much to discover and just where you live some it's a wonderful task you know that the take on the old joke new Yorkers have never been in the statue of liberty right but now how many people are they gonna let up I mean you know it's all it's all different we have got to figure that out right Sam but our parks are open that's definitely a great thing you know we're able to go out and hike and bike can all of that we pull out the grill and you know and just for the feel of summer when we were kids we could stay up late because we have to go to school and you know it was just fun time they'd be out late at night or be outside at night so I came up with a bunch of fun stuff to do at night maybe flashlight tag Garoppolo kick the can yeah yeah frisbee golf yep make some s'mores on the grill if you have a little pop up tent throw up the tents or if you don't get some sheets and make something inside that you could put a support so many opportunities of so much fun with your immediate family the folks around you safe easily inexpensively yeah and it becomes an activity national surf thing to go do absolutely I have more as the hive you we can get a box of chalk and we could use the driveway as our campus right right so that argues Dr and to get some pick up the other night and some the whole driveway was all done in colored chalk it was great but will the pools be open you know the beaches water sports how about our favorite manager are we going to play miniature golf we can we can do our own miniature golf on the back yeah okay let's see cans worried sick yeah we noticed that in a reading about our drive in movies now and that again is dating ourselves but used to love to go to the drive in my parents are distorted body in the car was easy you know popcorn and whatever and there was it was a fun night out said that drive in movies are definitely coming back because when are we going to go back into the movie theater right I'm not sure we've all been making our own bread because I've been watching segments on TV and and everyone's making their own bread but I bet this summer we can be making our own ice cream that would be so much fun of course it'll be gluten free and dairy free for you because of you yes zero but it's good it will be good and water of course we can't forget water balloons and sprinklers and water fights and you know water slides and things like that so just getting creative in finding fun ways to be happy at home and staying safe so that's that's the goal you know what this is all fun and light but I do I do just wanna take a moment and just you know our hearts and our prayers are with all those families that have lost their jobs all those front line workers I mean it's it's really quite something and this virus is really making us look hard at ourselves and look hard at society I'm on the board of Rowan university I mean and and every college is having to really look at themselves in group and redefine how would how do we educate our young people so what was is no longer but what can be can be amazing and that's the thing with them you're right you have to focus on is that last January February before this fire said people had already made their summer vacation plans right those plans largely had to be abandoned or modified yeah so instead of regretting or lamenting what we aren't going to be doing reinvent refocus sign the new summer that is as opposed to the one that wasn't to make it a ton of fun as best we can because this virus it has given us lemons but we are going to make lemonade because it's sugar free and zero three because it's summer so can you guess what my word of the week is summer this is true so the S. is for social distancing absolutely the U. is unusual it will be a very very different summer we need to get creative and how we can define our fun M. is for magical always love summer nights they're a little warmer I want us to take the time to go out and chase fireflies and look at the stars and there's lots of great planets of you know visible this time of year and so find the magic and all that the other M. is for movement this is a time of year to be outside be moving and and and enjoying ourselves the E. is for earth we are all in this together this is all of us we've got to pull together and we're gonna get through this and then the ours for re invent we get to reinvent our summer we get to reinvent ourselves life is giving us this this is a life changing pause is asking us to dig deep but we need to just know in our hearts that all things are possible Encino man here on.

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"eric james" Discussed on WWL

WWL

09:09 min | 10 months ago

"eric james" Discussed on WWL

"To the regular show everybody's favorite segment mine a favorite segment is a visit by my wife Jean Eric James co founder here at element financial engines has a degree in consumer economics and nutrition is an expert in macrobiotic cooking and rates are column from client newsletter called the other side of money welcome the program Jean thank you're always good to be here and we're post Memorial Day weekend I know it doesn't feel like it it's almost June doesn't feel like anything does it no but you know it's groundhog day the weather is getting nice nice and that's the good part that I have so here we are really it's now officially summer's not here yet but narrow they kinda makes us feel like summer's here summer we can wear white socks again but anyway I I do wanna talk about summer because the states are starting to open and when the weather is warmer we naturally want to be outside were more active but I'm going to put a bit of summer in the past tense because summer was a time when we all gathered you know you and I personally would make a list of people that we wanted to see because we hadn't seen them all year vacations with family camp with friends and personally for me summer was always kind of a break to kinda reflect on the first part of the year and then plan for the future part of the year you know what's coming but today this is all a blur I mean I talked to somebody on the phone today in there it just didn't even feel like we had Memorial Day and it's June and it's summer is definitely going to be different and there's no real breaks per se but I feel like there's a ton of questions a ton of questions will there be vacations are we going on vacation so many people have lost their jobs you know we don't want large gathering so I think that's pretty much up in the air travel are we gonna feel safe to travel or you have the money to travel it's very funny my sister she started talking about renting an RV you know you can be isolated on wheels on wheels yeah you know and go sit my parents driveway and visit you know so not a crazy idea people are getting creative absolutely because social distancing is definitely going to be the key for the for the summer protecting ourselves wearing our mass but I think it's going to be our job is to create different experiences so we do enjoy this warmer weather and we do enjoy our summer for me personally summer has like smells to it there are fresh cut grass and when you're working in the garden that warm dirt has a great earthiness to it the tastes of our very first to scuba ice cream and we used to go to I'm gonna date myself here but I remember going to Howard Johnson's and getting my my scoop ice cream you know need to sit there and look at all the flavors and and so you that first summer scoop and that first burger of of the summer now and for us it will be beyond burgers there will not be happy for her tell me about it Hey there good wonderful but this smells and tastes of summer you know we just have to get creative and just you know remember how wonderful that is for us and we potato fries instead of real fries absolutely love it all yeah you do those are gonna be different I think I think the word for this summer might be staycation you know we're gonna be staying home or another for that forever because you know everybody says where you going on vacation you know new Yorkers go to Washington DC people in DC go to Chicago Chicagoans go to Miami everybody's going everywhere else and wait a minute there are a lot of people going on vacation to travel to where you live well they're going to be doing a lot of tourist stuff why don't you do at home what they had to travel to do you can save an awful lot of money and avoid the hassles of the travel and have a great vacation but your staycation is a great idea that's great there's so much to discover and just where you live some it's a wonderful task you know that let's take on the old joke new Yorkers have never been in the statue of liberty right but now how many people are they gonna let up I mean you know it's all it's all different we have got to figure that out right Sam but our parks are open that's definitely a great thing you know we're able to go out and hike and bike and all of that we pull out the grill and you know and just for the feel of summer when we were kids we could stay up late because we'd have to go to school and you know it was just fun time they'd be out late at night or be outside at night so I came up with a bunch of fun stuff to do at night maybe flashlight tag der put all this time kick the can yeah yeah frisbee golf yep make some s'mores on the grill if you have a little pop up tent throw up the tents or if you don't get some sheets and make something inside that you could play for so many opportunities of so much fun with your immediate family the folks around you safe easily inexpensively yeah and it becomes an activity national surfing to go do absolutely I have more as the hive you we can get a box of chalk and we could use the driveway as our campus right right so that orders drive and I had to get some pick up the other night and some the whole driveway was all done in colored chalk it was great but will the pools be open you know the beaches water sports how about our favorite miniature golf are we going to play miniature golf we can we can do our own miniature golf on the back yeah okay let's see cans worried sick yeah Reno to seven a reading about our drive in movies now and that again is dating ourselves but used to love to go to the drive in my parents are just there everybody in the car was easy you know popcorn and whatever and there was it was a fun night out said that drive in movies are definitely coming back because when are we going to go back into the movie theater right I'm not sure we've all been making our own bread because I've been watching segments on TV and and everyone's making their own bread but I bet this summer we could be making our own ice cream that would be so much fun of course it'll be gluten free and dairy free for you because of you yes zero but it's good it will be good and water of course we can't forget water balloons and sprinklers and water fights and you know water slides and things like that so just getting creative in finding fun ways to be happy at home and staying safe so that's that's the goal you know it this is all fun and light but I do I do just wanna take a moment and just you know our hearts and our prayers are with all those families that have lost their jobs all those front line workers I mean it's it's really quite something and this virus is really making us look hard at ourselves and look hard at society I'm on the board of Rowan university I mean and and every college is having to really look at themselves in group and redefine how would how do we educate our young people so what was is no longer but what can be can be amazing and that's the thing with them you're right you have to focus on is that last January February before this fire said people had already made their summer vacation plans right those plans largely had to be abandoned or modified yeah so instead of regretting or lamenting what we are going to be doing reinvent refocus side the new summer that is as opposed to the one that wasn't to make it a ton of fun as best we can because this virus it has given us lemons but we are going to make lemonade because it's sugar free and sugar free because it's summer so can you guess what my word of the week is summer this is true so the S. is for social distancing absolutely the U. is unusual it will be a very very different summer we need to get creative and how we can define our fun M. is for magical always love summer nights they're a little warmer I want us to take the time to go out and chase fireflies and look at the stars and there's lots of great planets of you know visible this time of year and so find the magic and all of that the other M. is for movement this is a time you're to be outside be moving and and and enjoying ourselves the E. is for earth we are all in this together this is all of us we've got to pull together and we're gonna get through this and then the ours for re invent we get to reinvent our summer we get to reinvent ourselves life is giving us this this is a life changing pause is asking us to dig deep but we need to just know in our hearts that all things are possible that's G. nobleman here on the Riggleman show triple H. plan rec online at rice Stoneman dot.

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"eric james" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:32 min | 10 months ago

"eric james" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Going on there there are lots of things going on I mean ET employers are looking to cut costs where they can and and part of it is that you can hire somebody who is younger to do a job and again it's the sum of it is is training you know employers are they willing to invest in someone who's older to keep them current yeah when they can bring someone who's younger who's already trained okay our our folks were in the market open to two opportunities to advance their skills are to expand their skill set okay a lot of it and and this may speak to our parents generation with anything else is is is kind of who you know how the how will network you are are you networked are you connected yeah have you built that support that that will connect you to the right opportunities saga yeah so and and also and I've seen two or we're gonna we're gonna have to take a break and then we're gonna come back we're gonna pick this up folks you're listening to the bypass a lot of talk radio WTEM our guess is Eric James we're talking about the challenges and the struggles of finding employment keeping employment maybe after age fifty will be back in just a little bit and this WZVN traffic check is sponsored by nature valley sweet and salty bars Cold Spring lane westbound dealing crash activity between north Charles street and Kittery life ever traveling onto the outer loop still a brief slowdown getting past the right wing works on between lieutenant quarantine wrote it over onto the northbound side of I. ninety five the left center lane is blocked with construction as he had to and past exit one oh nine for Elton road if you love nature valley sweet and salty bars you'll love the new sweet and salty minis all of the intelligence savory goodness you know now in a smaller size.

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"eric james" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

09:45 min | 1 year ago

"eric james" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"Well. Oh wasn't as as the head night as the as the the follower at just don't tell Tom I'm not it's not that I'm anti authority. I just have a tough time really working for other people and doing things their way when could be done better yes and it's hard when you have a vision to be limited on that because he put you in a box in you cannot express use creativity or even ingenuity Luethi in something do were efficient or whatever the case may be which I wanNA share with viewers you have developed a way to share some of the things that people people can do by utilize with your services utilizing video so you're court incorporating. You're acting and you know visualizing current up. I mean this. This is fantastic with your business honest with your acting business in your merging with your current <hes> you know Morris Enviro business and I love it. I mean not not a lot of people will do this and I happen to love scrolling through my facebook feed knowing that I'm going to see something that I can use personally and it's it's really hard sometimes when you're thinking okay. How can I do this on my own or just get educated about this and you hear? You are <hes> sharing this information. Dan and I love it and <hes> and you're good at what you do in your national. Somebody already told you this as so this curious very well into your other business so speaking of them. You're currently working on a project the bounty hunter tell me because I've seen some pictures on your the facebook movie Pay Your actor page. <hes> your bounty hunter you being onset so can you share with us a little bit about that. You're yeah the bounty hunter is as an independent project but it was very cool about the director. He has a little company called V._W.. See Films which stands for probable Whiskey Whiskey Charlie films. It's a veteran organization there. He is a war veteran himself. Director is and he tries to quote as many veterans as Chan and his projects so that's kind of cool Rut right there along he I was in the Air Force and I'm not a war veteran. I put fuel in planes nothing to write home about but you know he likes. The fact that I was that I did serve so he tries to US guys like that. Everybody in this project is not don't get me wrong but trying to utilize guys are differently. <hes> war veterans combat veterans things like that is cool because it can be tough to adjust to normal life. Thanks like that for some guys it's been through. He's one of them now with that said bounty hunter is a cool western films based in the civil war era as about as kind of a love story with a lot of true you know Western type shoe belts and things like this in your typical who western type stuff model apply a guy named gentleman Johnny. I'm kind of a Townie guy. A clean cuts down on the love interest of the story <hes> basically the girl earnings bill and were low with each other and her father doesn't like me at all. He's like this big town crooked guide it has all the money and control and he wants to frame me for murder. I didn't commit as we hire a bounty hunter to track me down to have me killed really and the bounty hunter along the way discovers it. I'm actually I've been framed so he kind of teams up with me and a bunch of other guys and we wound up having a battle with this crooked guy in town with his men is big shootout and so it's it's Kinda cool a lot of facts he's throwing there is based on a lot of factual events a war here in Atlanta Area Ejaz incorporates some of that in some of the script like dates and places and things like that which is Kinda cool is trying to be accurate with a period so and he's done a very good job. Even though the budget is not really huge your he does have somebody already. That's going to be a distributor of the project which is cool. It may get shot down the road. I hope it does with a bigger budget because I think this this western film has a lot of good potential and I don't say that about every project to be honest with you but it's it's the truth but this one has a very good script the stories Nicole I like westerns myself and I don't think they do another. Call them so I like the fact that he's trying to do. People don't do this specimen independent level because they're not easy to do you have costume Jewelry Creek stuff. There's horseback riding in the snow and there's all kinds of things that you need professional stunt guys for but he's able to make it happen with guys that can ride a Horse Rodeo guy but I get on one could go the bounty hunter. He can ride a horse to Wilburton Roddy so stuff like that you know is kind of cool the way mega come together now. It's taking a long time to get a complete because of the things that just sit the money but it's it's coming together. He's going to wrap it up here very soon so I don't know where it's GonNa wind up. Maybe on Amazon prime you know who knows may get reshot. Maybe one day Oh no aw go co story now. Hope everybody just watching lookout foreign enough soon and love it and you have some upcoming projects. I think that the audience <hes> I don't know how much you're able to disclose but I think that they should keep an eye <music> out for your name. You will be having some episodes that are coming to tell B._T._v. as well. You can have your own show here and we're welcoming you to the family. We love what you're doing. I've gotTa tell you absolutely we are just enthralled with so much about what you've got going on and I can't wait for the audience to see more and I just Kinda WanNa leave a little mystery there because the stuff that's coming down. The pipe is going to be pretty pretty exciting so if the audience would like to connect with you I have an article that accompanies <hes> the episode today but I would also like to share with them <hes> how they can get in contact with you yeah just in Atlanta Duck Donald parking lot coffee. I think there's something into this addictive because I can't stop drinking it. I'm not man was in this classic. The sirens the decadence this was this no it's just life in Atlanta you know although the retired cop I mean this is just it was just the whole the whole thing and on a serious note and you can find me on facebook you can catch me as a personal reach out to me. I still have some <hes> a lot of friendship left. I don't accept everybody <hes> you know. I don't want people to talk about politics. You know things like that. <hes> you know of course any naked pictures and things like that you know people all this crazy fringe requests already weed out people this Sydney with French reference West and not looking to hit the Max soon as possible. I want all my friends to mean something so I really take my time with it so if you feel like you're one of them. People feel free to reach out to me is so is Eric Morrison. The number two is my personal profile. I of course you hit my professional pages Eric James Morris the complete name Instagram is Eric James Morris all one word also <hes> Jacomb I._M._D._b.. Eric James Morris Esma stage name and his full name as as well so if you look for me to keep up with me always be sure Google Eric James Morris because there is another guy in Los Angeles named Eric Morris was pretty famous heavy hitter acting coach new nominee James Morris and you'll find me so what else out of that <hes> s the best way to reach out to me and I would love it any all you guys reach out to me but what I'm doing because I'm working all things and trying to make it happen so appreciate any support and and any fans <unk> on along the way I appreciate you taking time to be with us today. So thank you very very much aww thanks for having me also work with you on our instructional series coming up so neil and really excited about that and all of you for tuning in to Rebecca Sounds Reveille as house always I'm going to ask that you share this with your friends family. Get it all over social media and definitely check out Erica James Morris. He's got a lot of stuff that he has to share with you and has lot a lot of stuff. That's common. You'RE GONNA WANNA check out. Do remember a couple of things that he shared with you today to invest in yourself it really really important and a a can't I just can't share that enough invest..

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"eric james" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"eric james" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Why feeling they don't have to yeah but she's like the way that you know they're like bye bye physical physical motions somehow she doesn't she's just asking is that an i dislike no bit tomb into two new tags on metal to cut that out i love it because again that happens all the time and there's a moment where sometimes i'll ask a question asked those questions coming out of my mouth i'm just like no they'll there's a moment where i'll ask a question about something and my wife will say the one thing that to me gets me the most riled up this is the one phrase that gets me were riled up than any other phases if she says to me will do you get the emails i'm like yeah yeah i get all i get yeah i get every email and i just get so mad she mean about her emails or like if an email came and described all the things that i'm asking about right there she's like we'll do you get them clearly you don't get them because if you got him you would have read them and if you read them you would know what this is and we would be having if you're saying do you quote unquote gandhi comprehend the comprehension clearly fires me up all that to say it's phenomenal say i really connected with it and i loved it on that go watch it everybody jumping another story yes ready i wanna say also that first story was sent by eric james hilton or at e g aj h underscore three cats i just did and the pillows were great concern at a hotel this was an im by car lean in hotels when they use the little pillows in front just when they don't give you one.

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"eric james" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"eric james" Discussed on WEEI

"Is that the way you see it though the way i see it is they're doing something that no other teams doing in the league right now they're playing around soda next love about it did golden state play the rest of last night uh they did for a while they did early on that as i stopped i myself you know what i i think they got to the point last night in a got him into trouble o where they sat there and said you know what this is easy steve's not what we thought they were they were celebrating did you see their bench did you see what they were doing on on on land since are off the aid would dollar reversed i loved it they were going crazy it was like this is like taking candy from a baby so this is nothing and they got themselves in trouble because they didn't take the celtics seriously at all when they're down by to start and start of the fourth quarter they take their quarters the fourth quarter i thought they fear is they thought they were already yeah because they were in trouble gives jaylen brown just waves holistic and readers uh uh game is an even game yeah they they they kept the celtics in the game and the way that they play i accept trouble shore put it this celtics had trouble saying south celtics officials before walking editors eric james brown would absolutely nuts that got back in and there was a moment of i don't think you're you're you're just you chalking this team up as they try harder than other thing who either good though their town widow that you are all along i don't know that all right i'll got one words in my mouth asano try harder laid out a hustler him i will nope you putting words in my mouth or they are by they are really good they are really talented okay ed they play harder than any other team in the league okay and if you watch these other games you'll see lackadaisical pledged.

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"eric james" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"eric james" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Is the perfect example or i think dole that out on a daily weekly links with the pds with thank you thank you they do all that stuff out on an almost daily a occur there was no news than any of the story but the perfect laminant because they thought a manner look bad all we got was with who is john podesta's you know recipes that it is good results show i have to say that but again going back to the book uh which is a publishing phenomenon three hundred thousand copies sold uh this is the best first reading nonfiction book in five years is here blue pointed out sold more books in one week and donald trump campaigned book golden premiers it and then it he put out a book in two thousand fifteen die uh campaign accounts sold it at a one week she wins again again she got more voters and and more books turkey and um but uh your airport has a good one when you read the book he really does put it in perspective perspective she's not it's not a blame first it's not a wind fast but thank you do do you you can i never take that step back and and look at all the things that are going on against this depressing an upsetting uh but it helpful coupled to put their you know kind of that i mean eric james clapper said it on cnn our intelligence yes showed that this election was not legitimate period right right and and when you read it you're gonna you're going to hate came to call me all over again now for the october surprised and and that's what it was but you know it it it really does make a fool of all the people in and particularly if people haven't read the book yet oh it's such an awful canada you know how did she loses this guy how did you lose to this guy there there are fourteen different reason unprecedented borderline criminal yep all i can i don't think i think it's going to be borderline it anymore at some point anyway and her not smiling in her not being warmed supposedly one of the fourteen yes yes who won't acknowledge well what can happen they're not doing any help particularly to the.

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"eric james" Discussed on Cortex

Cortex

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"eric james" Discussed on Cortex

"And not feel super confident that this is a slam dunk business decision even if you could make it happen here let's assume that it's actually just not beg there is no logic had mus yeah so i think it's a it's a terrible idea all around that that's why that's why we have not commissioned an email apt to be made to our specifications we both have very strong opinions about home screens as has already been detailed in this episode dan i wanna know how you feel this is a question for me to you i wanna know how you feel about apps that let you change their icon great yeah more more apt should do it all action do it front avows james thompson developer of p count who he went a little bit of the reservation and create a million icons but i love it i added alluding job yeah i disagree heed i don't think he went off the reservation at all while us eric james got a little bit carried away i think it sought it revive and then he's quick i don't even know how many he has like a million icons now and he's up but i love them because i am able to make choices that fit with my own ascetic preferences anc is fantastic i love it my and we have a question from rick who asks what reddit client we uses a can brokers were off into that my verdict clinton choice now will also as we do this and i have a nice i the app by uses in a dark mode and they have icons the dark icons sampha over cost or use over kostaq mode and attempt as they have a dog icon there as well i really like this this layer of customization i think this is awesome yeah i wish more apps should do it.

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"eric james" Discussed on First Take

First Take

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"eric james" Discussed on First Take

"I mean you know you heard all through the years that uh they could be a selfish player diseases shoot a lot of shots in the past but he led the league in this i mean i and i expected at out of a milestone everybody a everybody that that uh you know this offenses gear just for him and uh in nobody ever thought he could be a point guard and he led the league in assists so uh he's he's a major difference maker so um you know we all know scum bowed down the heaven russ probably at the uh the c who's going to win eric james led the league in assists he played a lot more point guard recently we know you love kyrghiz i think he said would you say carry as the best handles the nba you say ev albin alltime best yeah probably ever best ball handler are i didn't do this give us your top you're your top point guards right now in the nba who a tough one man i'm gonna help you want you bet you've got to say jiang's right right at all in the world there's no question it depends on how many i didn't know how many you you're asking for but you know james and rose the there for sure uh you know for this season for sure the top two for sure and uh curries definitely up there carries up there i mean you got a lot of great point guards out here i mean the the they're all arguable you're so as gymnast i mean or or john did actually see three point guards you're the entire conversation with rockets right now you've got one up for the in vp it's rumored that in a second in chris paul could be coming to houston the now you're seeing the praises of of of uh of tyree are playing right now with what you just says one of the best point guards newly how is that changed your game what is having a point guard like that or adding a guy like chris off that matter how does that change the game for you personally.

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"eric james" Discussed on Unfilter

Unfilter

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"eric james" Discussed on Unfilter

"I'd like to shot and others really any rate shot it's just like it lay the sleepy neighborhood street almost looks fake i know but it's it's by the way cbs i've won thank them what was also ups to area they both have great production the very good for they have like these long for this is we're not gonna play all of it is in the supporters and if you want to long visit had minute pizza for a few live here in six get an a narrow wanna delivered tim your door we believe the last ten minutes fifteen minutes or less i under my father was a milkman a really about meeting supplyanddemand heavy truck who you don't have to pick up the empties by don't meet eric james a twentyfirst century deliveryman the smartphone on his dashboard tells him where to go and the fastest route to get the busy days has four people stacked up in in mccue eric is a marijuana deliveryman at a uses software from the company ease this is a far cry from meeting somebody in an alley or a dark poised to a far cry guess exchange money for your dime bag or whatever it was back in the day absolutely love acquitted goes all old on which he doesn't know i i want to die unwitting no i'm just bringing a few whatever's was good it's a 10minute like i said simitis it's worth watching and they go into all kinds of aspects and store not all of its positive either so much i guarantee of supporters zinc which i if i recall is it's not the minimum level but it's one notch up over on that patriotic page nice don't go anywhere either because big overtime coming out huge who can do a little deep dive on a couple of things a couple of topics that to just didn't fit in the main show complex a bony clips a couple of funny clip still coming up a little bit but i understand if you just needed your veggies and you've got to get out of here well we wanna leave youth a couple of bits of parting wisdom chase yes chris.

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