35 Burst results for "Five Feet"

Porcupines vs. Armadillos

Smash Boom Best

04:39 min | 3 d ago

Porcupines vs. Armadillos

"Hi i'm molly bloom. And this is smash boom best the show where we take two things smash them together and ask you to decide which one is best today to courageous critters take the stage. It's armadillos versus porcupines. Which brave and beautiful beast claim the crown. Will it be the master of armor or the king of quills. It won't be easy but luckily hob taste here to help us decide high hobday so hobday when i say armadillo what comes to mind so they have like armor and they got like roll up. And how about when. I say porcupine what comes to mind when i say porcupine many many needles like neil all around so this is going. Be a tough decision. Porcupines versus armadillos is gonna be a a close to me. I think this is going to be a really close debate. They both have really interesting ways of defending themselves. So what tips. Do you have far debaters today. How can they convince you. I'll say humour in facts. Those are some great debate strategies. All right now. It's time to introduce our debaters arguing for the heroic hard shelled armadillo. It's phyllis fletcher. Hi phyllis hey now. Phyllis in a single sentence why are armadillos. The most awesome because they are fabulous and tough a very compact argument. I like it here. To rep proud and prickly team porcupine. It's tracy mumford high tracy. Hey they're feeling sharp. Tracy give us your take on. Why porcupines are the perfect creature. Porcupines bring their super punk attitude across so many continents showed off their thrills and quills and surviving in the wild ready to rock. We are off to a very strong start but remember it. All comes down to hobday's opinion when him over and win the match. Phyllis and tracy are you up for the challenge. Yup so ready. Hey before we start. Let's recap the rounds. I it's the declaration of greatness team. Armadillo and t porcupine will each deliver. A statement in defense of their side using fabulous facts figures and stories. Each team will also have thirty seconds to make a rebuttal next. It's the micro around a creative challenge that both sides have already prepared for then. It's the sneak attacks a surprise challenge that will require debaters to use all of their skills to score a point and then the final six are debaters will make their last argument in just six words. A sweet short and crucial round table. Be giving out points along the way. But he'll keep his score a secret until the very end listeners. We want you to judge too. If you'd like to score on an official scorecard you can download one on our website at smash boom dot org or just make your own okay everybody. Are you ready so ready. Yep yep definitely perfect that it's time for the declaration of greatness Are debaters will present the most fascinating facts and awesome arguments in favor of their side. We flipped a coin. And phyllis your up. I get us amped up about armadillos. Imagine if you really don't like something that's happening or he thinks someone's going to come over and try to start something. Imagine you just turn into a ball. Just you're a ball and your shell is tough like a bike helmet. Your whole body is just a big sphere. Made out of bike helmet stuff. You're almost like a transformer. You just shape shifting. You don't have to deal with anything until you come out. That is the life of an armadillo. The armadillo is fabulous and tough. It looks funny and it has other weird qualities which i shall name however it's weird qualities are exactly what. Make it so tough. And so fabulous. I defy you to name a better animal. An armadillo kind of looks like a cross between a turtle an anti-terror it lives in south america. Central america and the southern. Us it's a mammal it walks around on all fords. It can be anywhere from three inches long to five feet depending what kind it is and it has a show a lot of the time it's tan which makes it look like a football and for the armadillos that can curl up and hide. Those ones can look like a tiny volleyball.

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A Simple Choice

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

06:55 min | 5 d ago

A Simple Choice

"I'm nora mcnerney and this is terrible. Thanks for asking. There comes a time in every romantic relationship where you need to talk about where things are going. Okay you gotta be honest about what you want and don't want out of the relationship is heading toward marriage. Are you going to live together. And if so where are you going to live and do you want kids. That's a big one because kids are a big commitment. It's a lifetime commitment and not just for your lifetime you're committing to their lifetime and mark's girlfriend once kids and he does not and that's a fully valid life choice. A lot of people don't want kids. They are one way to find meaning in life. They're not the only way but mark's decision is a little bit deeper than just a preference. It goes a little further than just simply not wanting kids. Okay so mark. I would love for you to tell me. What did your mom look like. Wow my mom was five foot eight. She had wavy brown hair and she wore glasses. Kind of i mean. I think she felt that they were pretty artsy for her time. When she was younger she used to wear like the cat style. Glasses from whenever that was like the fifties or sixties she was really the most social person i've ever encountered for sure. She used to probably starting in september. Just have our kitchen table. Full of christmas cards. This is pre social media. So she didn't have any way of getting a hold of people on the interweb so she just would pile christmas cards on the counter and then right personalized christmas cards to probably two hundred. Maybe more of her friends from the state's not just a generic letter. She would write personalized things to every single friend of hers that she can think of. And then our wall in return come november and december are wall in. The kitchen was just everybody else's cards back to her. It was pretty amazing when mark was seventeen. His mom got sick with cancer and she didn't want him to worry so she kept it from him as long as she. She wanted him to enjoy his last year of high school and he did but when he was about to go to college he knew she was sick and she asked him. Will you stay home with me and dad. Will you help out in mark. Said mum of course so while all of his friends went off to college. Mark stayed in his small hometown in canada. His girlfriend karen was just going into twelfth grade and cared about her a lot so he broke up with her. I didn't want to be home and have that. Be the reason i was home. I didn't want to have my mindset so focused on karen that i wasn't there for my mom during that So yeah i think that makes sense and also young relationships are really consuming. And what's even more consuming. Mark is that you are coming of age and having a really singular experience. I don't think i have to do a survey of your town to assume that you are probably the only your age taking care of your mother. Yeah i can't. I can't think of anyone else at the moment for sure. It was just mark just mark spending a few hours a day escaping to the sanctuary of his church playing the drums alone in a big empty space coming home to keep his mom company and bring her water and love her. Breaking up with. Karen was a protective measure. It helped mark focus on this time with his mom and it also protected karen from spending her senior year emotionally caretaking. Her boyfriend. Mark doesn't see much karen during this time but he knows karen still cares about him and that she cares about his mother karen. Her mother used to come visit. My mom in the hospital and karen and her friends would come and sing songs to my mom and just hang out with her for an hour or and then my money's the journal a lot of like who came to visit her during the day and all that stuff so i would. I would look through a journal and see that that happened when mark mom dies. It's christmas time. He still just a kid and he has no idea what to do or how to fill his time but across the street from his house. There's an event center. And there's a christmas play that is being held there and some of his friends and karen are in it. So that's where he goes. So i went there to see a whole bunch of my friends. Do this thing. And then canonized briefly spoke that night and then slowly over the next few weeks there was like a phone call here there and then i think what happened was i ended up just inviting her over to watch a movie at our house and we hung out and classic movie. Okay yeah no. That's that's what it was and then we still weren't dating. But she came over and i started working at a local video store back when people went and got videos and like my first day of work. She brought me like the best sandwich i'd ever eaten and a bunch of stuff for my suffer and with a huge letter. What did the letter say. I think she was just expressing to me. How sad she was that. I lost mom. And how amazing my mom was. And i'm pretty sure. I have the letter somewhere still. I don't know where it is. But it was pretty much just saying that she felt so bad for me and there might have been a hint of that she missed being around me and stuff like that and i think that's pretty much when we just said okay it's back on.

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Plant of the week: Snowberry

Plant Of The Week

03:25 min | Last week

Plant of the week: Snowberry

"With plants of the week are are. I'm going to glorify a rather common plant. But they do really cause themselves to be considered at this time of year. The first one and one that is most easily seen by me at a distance is common snow berry snow. Various well named they look like little tiny snowballs they're they're about the size of a fat cranberry There a definite quite they're soft and mushy ag members. A kid crushing them Hoping they would pop but they didn't. So i quit doing that. But at the same time. I was taking out the the big canister for the trash truck the other day and and necessarily walked by on the north side of my house this little plant that during the flowering season. Things wouldn't show up very well right now however those little white berries points you look down on them against the fallen leaves beneath them are really quite remarkable. And then I've mentioned before my my slight handicap in terms of seeing red real easy. There is another plant. That's a cousin to that. Called the indian current corollary now indian current carl very. We're very just slightly. They are both if you want to jot this down hang on. They are both symphorien carcass. Now if you need me to spell it for you mark but at the same time Snow buried and the coral buried are gonna hit three to five feet of five probable maximum. I don't think we were seen him over. Four they are a plant that you would not think much of spring through now. They do flower. They floor quite profusely. But they're little tiny flowers and nothing. That's gonna stop traffic kicked out. But at the same time they can handle the worst of soils. The only thing you can't do is put them in a pond. They handle ond at all. well Handle are ugly claes. They'll handle limestone Temporarily but very temporarily they will stand in a a puddle as long as it pulls doesn't last too long they're very Easily trimmed You can do it the hand of course and then the electric's can do it take. Take them down to maybe five or six inches tall in the very early spring. Carry off the brush and then they'll come up and like many plants. Do they flower on new tissue so as the stems grow. Flower buds develop and then soon comes the beginning of the fruit and the fruit doesn't really show. I don't think at all until into the cold part of the year and then right now when there's absolutely nothing else in that area of any interest whatsoever. The little white varies and the little bow purplish pink. Berries are just fantastic. I made a book adam yesterday. The boat would not would not be anything remarkable for easter but at the same time right now sitting near the kitchen sink spreadeagled out as they are hanging down showing their color. They're a bit of a delight.

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Shower Heads (MM #3581)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Shower Heads (MM #3581)

"The with kevin mason. Most people start their day with a shower. I'll be honest. I don't always start my day with a shower but sometime during the day. I do take my shower and to me. Get in. Get out get things done. Get back to work. But recently i've noticed people talking more and more about these rainfall showerheads. I've experienced them. They're okay i've got. I believe a water pick shower head models fairly old now that adjust so both. My wife and i can adjusted to fit our sizes. My wife being over five foot being a little over six foot works for both of us. The rainfall showerheads sure. I've seen them on extendable. Polls and things like that and adjustable poles but what i don't understand is what's the fascination with a rainfall shower head to me the more compact the more power the more spray the more warmth that puts through my body. I don't need sit there and soak in a shower if i want to soak. I can use the tub. Which i haven't used in decades. Maybe it's just the cool trend in bathrooms right now. I know some people have both have a rainfall. Shower had never regular shower had making switch. Them it's all finding good. I've tried the rainfall shower head. A few times was never that impressed. Am i missing something here.

Kevin Mason
Shower Heads (MM #3581)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Shower Heads (MM #3581)

"The with kevin mason. Most people start their day with a shower. I'll be honest. I don't always start my day with a shower but sometime during the day. I do take my shower and to me. Get in. Get out get things done. Get back to work. But recently i've noticed people talking more and more about these rainfall showerheads. I've experienced them. They're okay i've got. I believe a water pick shower head models fairly old now that adjust so both. My wife and i can adjusted to fit our sizes. My wife being over five foot being a little over six foot works for both of us. The rainfall showerheads sure. I've seen them on extendable. Polls and things like that and adjustable poles but what i don't understand is what's the fascination with a rainfall shower head to me the more compact the more power the more spray the more warmth that puts through my body. I don't need sit there and soak in a shower if i want to soak. I can use the tub. Which i haven't used in decades. Maybe it's just the cool trend in bathrooms right now. I know some people have both have a rainfall. Shower had never regular shower had making switch. Them it's all finding good. I've tried the rainfall shower head. A few times was never that impressed. Am i missing something here.

Kevin Mason
Butler scores 28, No. 2 Baylor 11-0 after 67-49 win at TCU

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Butler scores 28, No. 2 Baylor 11-0 after 67-49 win at TCU

"Jared bother poured in a season high twenty eight points to number two Baylor stayed unbeaten with a sixty seven forty nine route of teaching you well there was eleven of seventeen from the field with all four of his three pointers coming after halftime three we got some assisted three which is really big problems as well and I think we really still locked in some detail we continue that the nation's defense this year to get a twelve points and Davy on Mitchell had ten for the eleven bears Mike miles had fifteen of his seventeen points by halftime for the horned frogs including a buzzer beating three pointer from about sixty five feet out giving TCU a twenty eight twenty seven halftime lead but Baylor scored the first seven points after halftime to go ahead for good I'm Dave Ferrie

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Brady throws for 4 TDs, Bucs pull away from Falcons 44-27

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

Brady throws for 4 TDs, Bucs pull away from Falcons 44-27

"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers nail down the fifth spot in the NFC playoff picture with a forty four twenty seven victory over the Atlanta Falcons Tom Brady threw four touchdown passes to each to Chris Godwin and Antonio brown Mike Evans topped one thousand yards receiving for a record seventh straight year at the start of his career before leaving with a knee injury twice the falcons closed within three points but two late fourth quarter touchdowns I stood for the bucs coach Bruce Arians knows the key to his team's momentum way way more confident Astros offensively I mean we've got a good grasp what we're doing offensively the falcons finished the year for twelve all the books are eleven and five feet away to date with the NFC east winner Tom Aikens Tampa

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Shrubs vs Trees With Ken Druse

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

03:32 min | Last month

Shrubs vs Trees With Ken Druse

"Shrubs versus trees. We did shrubs last time. Both are woody plants. They're a little bit different. But there's not this precise kind of difference it it has more to do with. It has a trunk a certain amount of the way up before it branches out into other stems at the idea. Tree versus shrub versus rupture. Yeah and it can be evergreen or can be needled evergreen or could be deciduous losing its leaves and the fall. Yeah i mean. I have two trees among my favorite trees that are shrubs. Well never mind. Sorry i just the whole thing but the native white pine eastern white pine pines strobes. There's a a a selection or whatever called Pines strobes nayna or small. It dwarf white pine. I planted them thirty years ago. Have a couple of other giant bond size. So it's the it's the tree but it's in a small form in is shrimp as a tree. We'll still the still start with a single stem. So i guess it's a tree. It's a dwarf tree. Yeah and then similarly came in the mail twenty five years ago or more probably tiny tiny little thing a grafted thing cutting and It's a cordless coosa. That's name whose name is lust garten weeping remain on long island barren less garden and so forth who who introduced it. And and so it's it's small it's Five feet tall and nine or ten feet across you know it's bound and so but it's accordance cosa. It's a tree but it's not a tree. Oh sorry i think we just accept dwarf and weeping trees as trees al qaeda and we we include giant sequoias as trees because there's quite a range but they do have the single stemming common indeed so where do you wanna start i mean i know you're three-man do mentioned so many things i was thinking of what makes a tree a favorite And i started making a list. It's health it's auditee. Its uniqueness history. It's color shape. It spark it's leap or needles. It's uses its design uses. Stopped me persona. We just love them and and you mentioned something about said grafting but most of the trees that we buy. That are unusual or grafted To a an understock That is the same species but not offered or not different but a lot of trees are grown from seed. I have some very unusual trees that finally after eight years flower buds. All over them. And i'll find out what happens with them. They are favorites. If they indeed performed correctly and sometimes you can start trees from cuttings but as a little bit difficult to start treaties from cuttings because plants. That are mature. Don't easily route and trees. That's another characteristic. Generally mature

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Brain Tracking: The Future of Brain Health with Paul Sorbo, Director of Sales at Wavi Medical

Outcomes Rocket

05:39 min | Last month

Brain Tracking: The Future of Brain Health with Paul Sorbo, Director of Sales at Wavi Medical

"Welcome back to the outcomes racket. Today i have the privilege of hosting paul sorbo. He is the director of sales at wabi medical. Where they're helping the world to think better they're doing brain performance assessments with a very unique approach and in this interview. I have an extraordinary conversation with him. Learning more about how they're making a difference in brain health. And so with that intro. I am so privileged to have you here on the podcast paul. Thanks for joining me. Thank you chris. It's great to be here. Yeah so you know. We previously had another member of your team. Aaron from wabe. If you guys haven't had a chance to listen to that podcast go to the website. Go to wabe mad. And you'll see our rate chat with erin but today we've got paul on the podcast and he's gonna die of a bit deeper into the topic of brain health and what we're doing to do more and to do better within that field so before we do that though paul you know why. Don't you go ahead and tell us what exactly inspires your work in healthcare watts. Broad question to me I think for me it was always. I had a fascination with the human body whether it was from the performance aspect. i. I'm an ex bodybuilder. And so i always had this huge fascination trying to manipulate the human body to be the best at it could all the way through my undergrad. And we'll getting in about school. I had a huge fascination at the genome and and a genetic and solving things like duchenne muscular dystrophy with genomic other being crisper cast nine gene regulation. And you know all of a sudden. I started thinking about this and you know genetics. You're just familiar with upi genetics and and protonix. And when you really get into that you know you start looking at medicine as a whole and realizing that we are not controlling what we can. And that i want to continue to strive to make people the best version of themselves that they can be and continue to drive the education behind that specifically in now with lobby kind of the brain sector. Yeah that's pretty cool man so you did like weight training professionally or what. What's the story there. Never professionally I had a whole bunch of friends that were professional bodybuilders. Still to this day. You know on a fascination with muscle for lack of a better term probably unhealthy fascination for being I like to call bodybuilders the first bile hackers you know when when tides just now coming out and getting into mainstream medical community us bodybuilders. Been using uptight for twenty years and not in a nearly regulated fashion. Obviously very underground bro science for lack of a better term. But yeah i mean i. I'm five foot nine. I was all the way up to about two hundred fifty four pounds. It less than ten percent body fat which was not healthy by the way could punish shoes And realize that you know. I think that's a good topic of conversation about health. Though you know people. I think genuinely believe that external appearance can actually reflect internal health and that is so far from true. 'cause x i looked extremely healthy right. I ate what i thought right things. I had low body fat. I had astronomical amount of muscle mass for my frame but internally when i started looking at my labs my panels my lipid panels cluster all levels my ratios. My inner cellular calcium levels all of a sudden. I'm like close. I am the furthest thing from health. Yeah and you know. It's a good call and we've got a measure to understand where we're at and that's a lot of what you guys are doing with wabi around the brain so talked a little bit about the business and some insights about how you guys are helping. Health care leaders do their job around brain assessment. Yeah i think the key there to what he's done let me start by saying why doesn't do anything do what we do. Is we make information significantly more accessible so measuring the brain has been really underdone. Because it's never been a accessible be. It's never been affordable. Those are the two things that david oakley data joffe really set out to change e. g. and evoked potentials or. Erp have been around for sixty seventy years. The problem with both of those erp specifically was really only used in brain death situations to measure. You know long hospital procedure and prostate expensive and b. e. g. is really people are familiar with the g. from epilepsy studies. And these really terrible torture base you know. Eeg say league caps. You're just awful and they're expensive and they're not quick right so when you talk about measuring the brain you know. Are you going to send a client or patient to go. Get a yearly. Mri no are you gonna go send a client to get a yearly specs or anything else out there eeg. No you're not gonna do it because it's going to cost them. I don't know that many people that have five to ten thousand dollars our way every year. Nobody i mean right very hit. I know people that do it yearly. And i'm like that's excessive right but when you really look at that the problem is that by not doing that on a regular basis as we don't have a whole bunch of data on the parade you know it's not like we're able to just go in with a stethoscope and listen to the way than our heart is a. We haven't been able to do that with the brain and so really. The only clinton which measurement is happening is when. There's already a problem whether there's already issues of cognitive decline whether there's already ti stroke whether there's already behavioral sheeps and so we don't really know these baseline normative were supposed to be or house amongst progressing their cognitive science progressing as they age. And that's really. The foundation of lavi is providing a simple fast and affordable assessment that we establish a baseline and then compare subsequent. Scans to see how someone is progressing

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The Sodder Family Tragedy: 75 Years Later

Extraterrestrial

04:50 min | Last month

The Sodder Family Tragedy: 75 Years Later

"Local officials could explain what had happened and help them understand how they'd lost their house and their five children. But jenny and george were deeply dissatisfied. When the coroner's inquest was conducted it ruled that the fire had been caused by faulty wiring. But this didn't make any sense. Because jenny and george knew for a fact that the lights had been working that night so it seemed impossible that an electrical problem had sparked the blaze. They were also confused by the latter that had gone missing on the night of the fire. They could have used it to rescue the children trapped upstairs. If they'd been able to locate it later. Someone found a ladder. Sixty five feet away from the house in a ditch. The solders never learned why it was moved. Or who had done it without the latter georgia and his sons had tried to use their to coal trucks to climb into the house and rescued the trap children. But lo and behold neither truck would start even though both had been working perfectly the day before and that wasn't all a witness claimed that he saw a man taking a block and tackle from the scene of the fire for context. This is a system of hooks and ropes. That can be used to remove an engine from a car. The thief was later found to be a local man named lonnie johnson as it turned out stealing the block and tackle wasn't the only crime. Lonnie johnson committed that night. Lonnie also admitted to cutting the sada's phone line just thirty minutes before the blaze broke out at this point. It wasn't much of a stretch for jenny. And george to believe that someone may be lonnie had intentionally burned down their house after all lonnie was skulking around their property committing vandalism and theft if he was capable of that arson didn't seem like too far a leap. The problem was they couldn't prove anything. Sure lonnie confessed that he wanted to rob the house but that didn't mean he'd lit the flames. The sada's couldn't even prove the fire had been set on purpose but tips kept pouring in and they seemingly confirmed george. Jenny suspicions for instance. A bus driver came forward saying he driven past a solder home late on christmas eve. He claimed that as he went by he saw someone throwing quote balls of fire onto the roof. If the bus driver was to be believed someone had intentionally set the solder house. Flame perhaps using a molotov cocktail or another explosive. If true this meant that their children hadn't died in a tragic accident they'd been murdered. The surviving solders were still grappling with the possibilities. When they returned to the site turned memorial a few months later it a somber moment for the family a chance to grieve and remember the source of their pain but two year old baby. Sylvia was too young to understand what had happened or why her older siblings had disappeared. Blissfully unaware she played in the yard until she found something that was decidedly. Not a toy it was in olive. Green hard cylindrical rubber object after examining it george determined it was an explosive device and napalm pineapple bomb to be exact if it was indeed an explosive that would explain the balls of fire. The bus driver had seen being thrown onto the roof and it was consistent with the loud thump and rolling. Sound that jenny up in the middle of the night in short lonnie johnson's suspicious behavior. The napalm bomb and the lack of human remains made the saunders. Sure of two things one. The fire was set intentionally and two. They weren't getting the full story about their missing five children. Jenny conducted a series of informal experiments in her wood-burning stove hoping to understand why her sons and daughters had turned to ash all of her tests left bones behind which gave her an odd sense of hope. It meant that her children couldn't have died in the fire. They might still be alive somewhere but with the stakes so high she couldn't only rely on her own amateur investigation. She took things a bit farther to confirm her suspicions. Jenny consulted with an employee at a crematorium after all who would know better

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How to Land a Sponsorship Deal

For the Love of Podcast

04:50 min | Last month

How to Land a Sponsorship Deal

"I did learn sales and i had a talent for sale so i knew that whatever i did i can always find work because people always need somebody to sell for them but then of course i said we'll let strike out on my own and start these businesses but the businesses Did not work. So i took that job and it was just a really toxic situation. I had to work with people. I didn't like and sometimes at lunch i would just go down on my car and cry and then i was in that abusive relationship for four years because basically i had no self-confidence the one thing that precipitated me leaving that job was my boss moving in with me in the same office and i had kind of a jerry maguire ending where i said forget it. I can't be here anymore. I had no job to go to when i broke up with the abusive boyfriend. I had no other relationship to go to. But i just kinda knew that everything would work out for me I love your story. And i relate to it especially this part of your story where we always have naysayers in our. We have people who say we can't do something or we shouldn't do something and usually they're the closest people to us there are family. There are close friends. The other relate to is this whole business class thing. I started as an econ. Major and quickly realized i wasn't jiving with the not kind of class i got into film and you grew up with art being centerpoint. As you've just said. I know one of the people who's both special in your life but also was that early. Naysayers your father. Keene talk about your relationship with him and how played a role in your life. Yeah well i've always had kind of a good relationship with my dad in. I admire him very much. And my father is all of five foot three. He's a very small man. And i'm not even by feet tall so i definitely take after him in a lot of ways but after the two failed businesses. I said dad. I'm going to start another business and remember all had was art school training. So what would you say to a crazy kid. Who said okay. I'm going to do another one. He said you're crazy. He said you're not qualified. You're living in a dream and it was really really hurtful to me and we didn't talk for about a year. We had a rift between us. I didn't really come to family functions. But i gotta tell you that my father. He did come around. He called me and he said. I am so sorry for anything that i said that was hurtful to you and linda. I m so proud of you. And i want everybody. Who's listening to this. If you have children please tell them how proud you are them every day because they are dining your it. I thought my heart would absolutely burst wide open when he said that. And now my dad is my biggest fan. Where so close. It's embarrassing. I have a daddy date every sunday. And he's really helping me through this time. The pandemic linda. He says i grew up in the depression. We didn't cast. We didn't have when people we had bread lines and we were so isolated. I want to tell people that are listening to us. Maybe you have a great support system. Maybe dull and i didn't. I didn't have the support my family. So i listened to things like this podcast. I went to entrepreneurial groups. I found a group of people who could support me and hold my business in light. So you've gotta find that group who can support you and who you can learn from also remember the people in your life habit agenda. My dad had an agenda. He was being protected dad. He didn't wanna see me fail again. He didn't wanna see me get hurt. I see that now. But i was a little too immature to see it at the time Yeah and i think they do have our best interests at heart and it just comes out in a different way. By the way you lead your an emotive person and so You know. I relate to that sale side. You've found your sales side. I found my sales side. You say sponsorship says the relationship is. We'll get into that in a minute before we get into that. You know the other thing that you talk about as you got third business idea. Which was your bag business. You said you were there with your cat. Your cats are business partner kind of sitting on your kitchen table and you had this idea and you became your name and your brand became the wealthy bag lady. Talk about that experience. And then how that led to the women's small business expo which really opened your eyes to this world sponsorship. Well the bag. Business was a business that i started with. My best friend cheryl being an artist. I had always collected with beautiful graphics and one day my mother your survivor of a jewish mother. You'll know what i'm talking about said. I'm coming by your apartment now. I was living in a little rent controlled apartment. And what you do with everything. That's laying around. I had all these bags

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Remembering Diego Maradona: football legend dies aged 60

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:19 min | 2 months ago

Remembering Diego Maradona: football legend dies aged 60

"Argentina has declared three days of national mourning following the death of diego. Maradona very arguably. The greatest footballer of all time at the age of sixty upwards of a million people are expected to pay their respects kosovo's on the presidential palace in buenos aires his monocle. Twenty four obituary away from the outside. But you're legion for dead outside for dead epoch. whatever he did look like. It wasn't a footballer. He was short about five foot. Five and stocky. He seemed as wide as he was told. If you had to guess which field of athletics he would succeed in. It might be weightlifting or wrestling if you met him. This opinion might well be reinforced in no realm. Did he seem at home. With as or graces diego armando murder donahue was born on october thirtieth nineteen sixty in la news just south of buenos iras. His childhood was spent in the shantytown of via we to on the argentine capital's outskirts. He was spotted early. He was fifteen when he made his premier division debut in nineteen seventy six. He was sixteen the first time he wore the blue and white stripes of argentina in nineteen seventy seven though he was omitted from the argentina side. Which won the world cup at home in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. He became the world's most expensive footballer in one thousand nine hundred eighty two moving to barcelona after starring in that year's world cup in spain. Barcelona knew what they were getting despite aggressive. If not brutal man-marking maradonna was magnificent. But he had his limits against brazil. Argentina's caused lost. He was sent off for a foul which appeared calculated to cut brazilian defender. Battista in tune. Things did not go well at barcelona. Maradonna was ill injured eventually dumped after just two seasons following his ignition of an almighty brawl in the one thousand nine hundred four. Copa del rey. Final against athletic. Bilbao tennis patio for another world record fee. He was transferred to napoli. He led an ordinary team to extraordinary success to sarah titles are copper italia and uefa cup among others in naples municipal mythology he was regarded as something not far short of godlike. Many are today's neapolitans. born around. That time named diego or diego maradonna also became friendly with certain well known members of the local business community was banned for fifteen months after failing or cocaine test. And slunk away in disgrace. Maradona's jekyll and his hide will always be most famously illustrated by the events of june twenty second nineteen ninety-six at estadio azteca in mexico city. It was a world cup quarter-final so the stakes were plenty high enough anyway. But argentina were playing england. It was four years and eight days. Since argentine forces had surrendered to the british army in the falklands agentina. Tina regarded this game as a rematch argentina. One to one and maradona scored both goals very arguably the two most famous goals of all time. The i was also one of the most outrageous acts of chicanery in sporting history unable to propel himself high enough to get his foreign on miscued clearance by. England's steve hodge. Maradona raised a fist and smack the ball past oncoming england goalkeeper. peter shilton. the ball came back off off neighborhoods argentina a protesting reverie everybody sore but the referee possibly seeking to rub it in maradona later. Slowly credited the goal to a combination of his own head and the hand of god. Four minutes later. Maradonna received a pass inside. Argentina's half then headed for goal both bolting and gliding bewitching and bewildering to bids xlii to read terry butcher and terry fenwick before slotting the enchanted ball past scholten debate about that gulf football possibly seeking to rub that in as well maradonna later. Thank the england players for their gallantry. Less men he suggested would simply kicked him up in the air. It is difficult to believe that this thought did not occur to them. Agentina one thousand nine hundred eighty six world cup. Thanks largely to a dominant performance by their diminutive. Talisman maradonna verged at this point on the supernatural too. The rest of maradona's career played out to the same chorus of astonished applause and resigned. Soy's in nineteen ninety. He very nearly one argentina. Another world cup in one thousand nine hundred four. He was sent home early after failing a drug test. A few more seasons fading football followed then a career. Coaching at clubs of whom few had heard before maradona's turned up to manage them usually briefly. The low light of a short stint in charge of argentina's national side was getting clobbered six one in a world cup qualifier by the generally little feed. Bolivia could beat up saluda. Neither maradona's personal life nor public conduct became synonyms for probity and dignity. He received a suspended jail sentence for shooting for journalists with an air rifle outside his home in buenos iras on a return visit to naples. He had the to rolex watches. He habitually wore seized by local police as part payment for the thirty million euros. He still owed the italian treasury in taxes but no stupidity he perpetrated off the field ever quite included the memory of the miracles. He performed honored. There are those athletes who have the power to change a contest. Above and beyond their ability colossal though it may be space benz and time slows around them. The very fact of their presence alters things that charisma their reputation that half second of doubt they instill in their opponents. They are of that caliber. For whom a gain more race is half one before it even starts you. Think event and center hussein. Bolt shane warne serena williams and you most certainly think of diego maradona

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Choosing and Decorating your Christmas Tree

Home Space and Reason

05:18 min | 2 months ago

Choosing and Decorating your Christmas Tree

"Don't know about you. But i used to be caught in the traditional decorations verses pretty designer ish tree quagmire and once had a condo as a single gal and i got a metallic green intentionally. Not real looking. Dr seuss looking skinny tree from my place that was decorated in brightly. Dr seuss ish colors. I was single. And i could do what i wanted fast. Forward a husband child later. And we started accumulating homemade and keepsake type ornaments. Each year we get a metal ornament with our family portrait on it so in eighteen years will literally have a tree called memory lane but these handmade and photo ornaments. Don't necessarily go with the aesthetic vision. I have each year. We have our ornaments stored in bins by color. So each year we can change up the look or mix two colors or whatever we choose without hauling all the bins. Only those we want because they're labeled my answer to this conundrum of looks verses homemade ornaments was to have both so my tiny twelve inch wide by five foot. Tall grinch tree goes upstairs with all the kid ornaments. My childhood ornaments are photo ornaments and the wool animal ornaments. That my son loves downstairs. It's the more aesthetically pleasing and real freshly cut christmas tree. We get the best of both worlds and we managed to do it without a lot of space. Size and proportion is tricky to judge. If you're going to cut down your own tree because large trees look small when sitting out in a field take you're measuring tape and measure the height of your ceiling and then subtract the height of your star for the top and then subtract the height of your tree stand and then allow for at least two inches of breathing room in between the top of the star and the ceiling. Next measure your maximum width allowing for ample space to walk around and take these measurements with you to the field. When buying or cutting the tree better homes and gardens has a great article titled how to choose the best live christmas tree which linked to in the podcast notes. The douglas fir is a long lasting cut tree that holds its needles well with a pyramid shape and bluish green color. It's one of the most popular types of christmas trees available in most regions. They're lush and full with compact branches and a strong evergreen sent for heavy ornaments. They recommend a frazier for. It's also very fragrant with by color. Needles deep green on top and silvery white below. This tree is more cone shaped so it would fit well in a smaller room or tucked in a tight corner. If you have a collection of heavy ornaments or lots of lights in garland. The frazier is a good choice with its sturdy branches. If you're all about the sent choose a grand a for with shiny by color needles. Bright green on top white striped underneath the grand for has needles that are softer to the touch than some other popular furs which gives the tree a fine textured appearance. This species is possibly the most fragrant among all the first boasting a strong spicy sent. The noble for has well spaced branches covered with upwardly curved blue green needles and aren't as quickly as some of the others though it stiff branches can support plenty of ornaments and lights noble. I have a similar pyramid-shaped. Douglas firs but better homes and gardens. Thinks they haven't even more classic. Christmas tree appearance with an almost layered look to the branches. If neat and tidy is your thing a scotch pine might be the one for you with a conical shape piney sent an excellent needle retention the soft green needle. Stay on the branches. Even if the tree gets dry so you won't be left with a lot of clean up if you forget to water it for a day or two. They often have slightly crooked trunks. Which can be a plus. If you like a tree with a little personality of fresh green color and tiered branching structure make eastern white pine contender. It's long thin. Needles result in a more texture is christmas tree and it's also a popular choice for read this the writers especially love a white pine for a minimalist christmas tree. Look they're flexible. Branches aren't the best for supporting heavy ornaments. But you can still deck them out with garland and lights.

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The Care and Pruning of Beautyberry

Your Gardening Questions

01:56 min | 3 months ago

The Care and Pruning of Beautyberry

"And Nancy also because last week was your beauty Berry was the plan of the week. She sent us a picture of her beauty Berry and it is beautiful. Absolutely. Gorgeous man that they they're quite something. I think I mentioned last week this one place. I saw them in Mass. It must have been a kind of a semi Serpentine Long Valley Lake area where there was at least thirty-five or forty feet of them spread out five feet wide, probably 3 and 1/2 or so feet tall talk about beauty so long, so I'm glad hers came along and they're well worth having now just as a matter of fact they bloom. Well, they start to grow in the spring bulbs send out new shoots. Then the flowering setting sets in for purposes of getting very this year in the fall where we would need job. Want to prune a lilac or a forsythia at this point in time? Cuz they've already set next year's fly. But the well anybody that owns a beauty Bush did he bury em and definitely cut them back in the spring, you know, one of those decent days in March early April when there's not a whole lot else you can do because the soil is wet. You can cut those back and mine you happen to have been put on a neighbor's property cuz they didn't have room for it. And well, I prune it for them and I take it right back down to 8 inches tall and you talked about looking horrible right after I pick up the brush and walk away, but then on it comes and in due time sets the flowers flowers are there you don't really pay much attention to them. But beauty of the berry in the fall is fantastic.

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How Does Captain America's Shield Work?

BrainStuff

04:04 min | 4 months ago

How Does Captain America's Shield Work?

"The official marvel comics database says that Captain America's shield is a metal disc that's approximately two point five feet in diameter and weighs twelve pounds. But Rhett Lane at wired magazine did some math and figured out that it would be more likely to weigh forty three point nine pounds despite the shield being made of a unique alloy combining vibrant. NEOM, which is. A fictional metal steel in an unknown third component. Elaine also figured out that the density of the shield would be somewhere between eight, thousand, seven, hundred, sixty, seven, and four, thousand, three, hundred, eighty, three kilograms per meter cubed. That is somewhere between the density of iron and titanium. Now in the Captain America Comics Story goes that Dr. Myron McLean was attempting to replicate Hercules Golden Mace fusing. Vibrant NEOM with an experimental iron alloy some say it was a steel alloy but even McLean didn't know what it was because he fell asleep when an unknown catalyst was introduced to the process he was never able to duplicate the process. So the government painted the disk and gave it to Captain America. But how would you forge such a thing? Especially since metallurgy is so complicated just The forging temperature alone depends on the materials carbon content. It's alloy composition maximum plasticity in the amount of reduction required. Was it heated by induction or by continuous fuel fired furnaces with material this unique you'd have to carefully control the heating process. Now, Ford ability is how easy or difficult material resists de formation and since Captain America's shield is indestructible, it would have to be a very Narrow forging temperature range meaning it could only be forged for a short time after heating with metallurgical factors like crystal structure chemical composition in grain-size at play the only way McLean could have diminished their influence would-be by adding alloying wants possibly compounds that easily dissolved with the metal. There are all types of elements that could have been introduced, but it's likely the captain America's shield was forged. Like a super alloy, this is how metallurgist refer to iron base nickel base in cobalt based alloys. Specifically, the ones that offer very high strength at high temperatures. These really high strength metals and iron based grades are the least difficult wants to work with. So that would narrow down Mcclain's experimental alloy to iron super-alloys are really difficult to forge because of their narrow temperature range you can't. Even use regular sizing presses in hammers on them because they will deform. They even wear down the tools designed for forging them pretty easily. They're also extremely expensive like ten times. The price of carbon steel sounds a lot like captain America's shield right. But how do we explain the shields ability to absorb kinetic energy supposedly from the vibe rhenium in the alloy usually materials absorb kinetic energy. Through other mechanisms like plastic or elastic deformation or dynamic fluid flow but cap shield doesn't seem to be an elastic metric material and it's not organic like polyurethane in the movies it actually seems to reflect vibration rather than absorb it like when thor hits with Mueller in that first avengers movie and the shockwave flattens a whole forest. Perhaps that was because the shield reached its absorption limit. Another thing that's tough to explain his how aerodynamic the shield is. If it really weighed forty three point, nine pounds, it would be difficult to throw even for a guy in peak physical condition like Steve Rogers the comics Tony Stark actually puts electromagnet under the shield to help control it in mid flight but captain America later ditched them because they upset the shields natural balance it seems like the soldier and the shield are made for each other.

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The Slow Regrowth of Vulnerable Coral Reefs is Solvable

Solvable

03:54 min | 4 months ago

The Slow Regrowth of Vulnerable Coral Reefs is Solvable

"Minds. Sarah, Hamlin I'm a scientist Mike Marine Lab in Florida and myself is growing car rates forty to fifty times a spade that Karl grows in the wild. Now there's a number of reasons while Koru is really important I mean who doesn't love going out snorkeling and seeing colorful reefs teeming with beautiful fish but they also provide us with goods and services whether that be tourism or employment the food table. And Florida align every system he is estimated to be worth about eight billion dollars not only that but these race protect I landed property from things like storm surge. So really good example of this is Hurricane Irma which was in two thousand seventeen had twenty five foot waves heating the Florida race track down in Lewke where I am and we had a storm surge at building, which is in Summerlin K. of only five foot. So we didn't have a rift system they're healthy ray system there you can imagine that that storm surge those waves would really decimate the land. So I I can hear your Australian accent Australia of course, famous for the Great Barrier Reef what's going on with climate change and coral reefs around the world? Well, wide was seeing a great reduction in live Carl Kaba So this is across the well whether it be Australia United States or any Pacific Ocean island nations. You might have heard of coral reefs as the rainforest say and that that's saying is because even the car reefs tyke out less than one percent of the seafloor. twenty-five percent of nine marine species actually rely on car roofs. At some stage of their life we're seeing Wolmar, she anik temperatures. We're seeing a lot more pollution going into the oceans, and this is resulting in las of live Carl tissue almost as much. If any consequences of climate change, I can think of the people who are really in contact with this are shocked and appalled and upset at a level that those of us who don't come into coral on a into contact with Karl on a daily basis. I don't really get I mean I have your you're in the Florida keys I have a nephew who's into a skin diving and spearfishing in Miami and he's a young guy, and just in the years he's been doing this the coral around Miami I mean he's like shocked and upset when he sees it and says, he can't really fish anymore just because of the change in the last decade, we have lost around ninety percent of that Caro cover in the last forty or fifty years and some of the race in the. Case now or the Florida Reef tractor as low as between four and six percent starting Caro cover, which is quite loy. So we're talking on zoom you have a fantastic backdrop of coral and I don't know enough to know what kind it is but we hear these terms like staghorn coral and I heard of Elk Horn coral what are the main forms of coral that you're working with and what do they look like? We have branching corals and we have massive Carl's so branching Caro's the Stag owns the call and you. Can picture what the antlers of a staghorn or alcorn look like they look exactly like that. So skinny branch is really perfect three dimensional habitat for fish and shrimp and all the Little Rafe critters out there, and then we've got a massive Carl's and these might be brain corals essentially look like the folds and grooves of a brain stock Carl's have They polyps alike little cop. So little stars and their every feeling Carl's they the Carl's that are creating the race and really growing that lodge Rafe structure that remained stable off the storms

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Can I Prune an Overgrown Rhododendron Now or in the Spring?

Your Gardening Questions

02:55 min | 4 months ago

Can I Prune an Overgrown Rhododendron Now or in the Spring?

"Jason said in question. He says I have an out-of-control Rhododendron. It's about twelve feet high and it's moving out over the sidewalk. I'd like to cut it back is now or spring better time and I'd like to cut it back to three or four feet tall week. Okay. I don't know how to handle this. Sorry did he hasn't been keeping up with it Over time. However, that being said I'm going to start with a truck accident and that is a mail truck that was parked. It was evacuated package were taking the building the truck brake apparently hadn't been set. It turned up over the curb went in and broke off about twelve foot tall rhododendrons ripe add bumper height. So let's just say it thirty inches I have an old Lord. That's the end of those while I went by two years later. They had been left in they had to had all the dead removed and so on and they had grown back another six inches. I suppose nine inches each year. I was dumbfounded. I thought it would kill them. However didn't so where what is being suggested is a really delicate in terms of balance of what will and won't make it I'd say go ahead now, I would definitely under these circumstances cut it off in the early spring. I don't even know what date to put on it, but around April 1st some time prior to the plant. Well it just even back into March sometime prior to that plant wasting any energy putting out New Growth new leaves flowing etcetera. I would prone it Bend so that it can log So to speak just to the loss. It will not have expended energy from the root and Crown area up into the plant. It won't have used up enough. But what there should be plenty of energy left to start to excite the buds in the by that means get them to Growing that are on the lower parts of the plant. Now, this is risky. However, as I say the truck off on its own it took out three plants and I was dumbfounded that came along quite so nicely. So if well, first of all, I would do it in Spring only 1/8, I would do it before you even lose the flowers just so you don't cause that energy deficit any greater than it will be then I would definitely dress the surface around those months starting twelve inches out or at a plant thirteen twelve inches out from the trunk. I would put some acid fertilizer on the ground throughout the whole area. That would have been the drip line of the place. It's a 12-footer could be 4 or 4 and 1/2 even five feet across.

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A Conversation With Maria Hinojosa And Lulu Garcia-Navarro

Latino USA

06:03 min | 4 months ago

A Conversation With Maria Hinojosa And Lulu Garcia-Navarro

"The one and only Monday. Joins, me now welcome Lulu. It's it's such a pleasure. I. It is such a pleasure to have you on and to read this book it's called once I was you and it is based around the story. Of how you came to the United States for the first time, tell us that story. Yeah. Well, it's an interesting story. I didn't actually know it like a lot of us. We don't actually ask our parents. So how exactly did I know that you came for example, my whole family we were born in Mexico my dad MPC go of us in Mexico City and dad gets hired by the University of Chicago. He's a medical doctor dedicated to research and long story short he helps to create the cochlear implant. He was an amazing human being. May He rest in peace? So that was in Chicago and my mom, and the four of us kids I was the baby in her arms get on a plane. It's the early nineteen. Sixty's we fly from Mexico City to Dallas and change planes in Dallas, and then we're GONNA fly onto Chicago and. When I finally found out the story when I wrote raising, which is a Motherhood Memoir that I wrote like twenty years ago. You know I found out that there was this whole thing that happened at the airport and that an immigration agent was like you know saying that had some weird skin thing and you know maybe had to put me in quarantine and my mom was like Nah and then I came and I saved the no she didn't say it like this but basically, it was like me Ma Ma Ma you know. She's five feet tall by the way, but stood up and. Know had this kind of moment with immigration agent and and it was a story that I told. Kind of like saying, wow, my mom is such a cool woman like I understand where I get my powerful voice even though she's tiny, she spoke back to an immigration agent. and. Then in the writing of this book, blue is really what happens is that I really understand what was happening there. There were trying to separate you from your mother. They basically told your mom that they were GonNa, take you away and put you in quarantine quote unquote and that she was free to go with her other children but that you would have to stay behind I mean. Can you imagine like? When my mom called me in the midst of and you know Lou that I've been covering this story, the entirety, my career immigration writ. Large. And my mom calls me at the airport. I was flying from one back when we were flying around and in the midst of the height of babies being put into cages, we were hearing the voices. You know we knew this was happening. This is not. This not begin with the trump administration but anyway. Mom. Calls me and she's crying she's like is Gay It could have been me. If I'm a your she was like that was I could have been one of those moms and I swear to Lulu that. By heart dropped I was like Oh. My God. So it's not a story of like my mom. Eh, you know speaking back it's a realized now a story of trauma and that. Wouldn't have happened I think had I not written the book and had the horror of immigration policies becomes so. Crystal. Clear. So inhumane so hurtful and frankly now finally so public You. As you mentioned what brought to Chicago, which is where you grew up, but you always maintained your connection to Mexico and your roots you'd go back and forth. You came here on a green card. When did you become a citizen? I asked this simply because that transition of becoming. An American you said was difficult for you. You. You found it hard to sort of occupy these two spaces. So, it was great because in the writing of the book, I actually had to like do the time line and and then I had to go back and find my citizenship. It was a actually I had just come back from a reporting trip with Scott Simon Scott and I were down inside whether it was December of Nineteen eighty-nine Lau Offensive Little Trenton Webb the FMLN offensive the guerilla warfare was happening inside word and I went down to produce Scott. And I came back and just a few days later I took the oath. Look the reason why it was complicated was because way back then maybe now I am beginning to understand maybe it was because of that traumatic experience in Airport in Dallas I, always kind of new. Like this isn't a certain thing for you. This thing about you being able to come in and out of the United States you've done your whole life. Now. You're a woman you're a journalist you've been to Cuba. You've got you've been tool Salvador you. You know. There may be a time when they say you can't come back and I understood that and so I have to be honest as I am the memoir he was motivated in large part by fear that that my green card could be taken away and that I could not be allowed and this was before this whole conversation of like what's happening now you know this was way before it was a different time but I think I kind of I, kind of knew it. So the thing that happens when you become a citizen in this country is you have to raise your right hand and you have to swear that you will bear arms for this country. And people who are born in this country like my own kids haven't had to do that. When you have to do that you take this thing really seriously you know like the Constitution and the bill of rights and you know all like you take it really seriously, and I think that's why because the book is certainly it's about immigration, but it's also about like my. My struggle for democracy and being seen as a journalist taken seriously to be that's all a part of democracy and it just becomes I mean I was living with a green card I was I was definitely understanding my role as a participant. But when you raise that right hand, it's at a whole

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"five feet" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast

The Film Buds Podcast

12:47 min | 1 year ago

"five feet" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast

"Her mother had had cancer and she said I just hate to see that that makes me so upset because she's one of my favorite people and so it's totally different Henry. I don't think so so she no. No no my mom's on my favorite people as well because of who my mom is but then there's no. There's no sympathy. There's no time spent in the film dealing dealing with the with the mother the point that I think her mom is always there to support her. Always know with again always always in that big her mom is always there slowed Nova novas her favorite person. There's clearly there's a connection there that's an a person should not be defined a person does not want to be defined by their struggles. I don't think so either. So why should we talk about our Mamas Kanter all the time we should not. Noah's is totally different. I think than getting off the phone was one who's dying. Yeah and say I just feel like everyone's leaving me that super different France and again. That's just a personal is why I didn't enjoy the movie. The documentary and observational movie about a Rockstar. Popstar are much more. I think than the Taylor swift movie. It was a foul A movement and a purpose and common enemy of a lot of people By way of someone that many of the population has grown up knowing at least sure but now I mean that that I didn't really have an issue. I think that I'm not saying he has issues with men which is fine fine just fine. I just think it's weird. It's not addressed at all by anyone even though movie like what like when Mark Ronson left. Oh Oh boy I get it. They're very relatable concepts which is a kind of I think why also jarring that wasn't addressed by anybody. Yeah Yeah Woah. What also she's so in our own world so like okay? Yeah I mean I think from that. I don't know if people brought it it up not even just comparing Taylor swift but I mean why would you want to bring that up to someone like you care about somebody. Same thing with Amy White House in Tony Bennett. It remember that scene. Yeah sure it was very reminiscent of That to me sure because she's got clearly some stuff and and they just didn't even talk about it. They really talked about her. They did not really address her mental illness or her any of the things she's dealt with which how're you gonNA talk about who somebody is without saying where they came from a little bit? Well I mean it kind of goes back to her the like kind kind of quote unquote routes with the Joanne's song and showing her right. which resting? Except that's not actually what again. I'm not a therapist but But this is just why. The movie didn't work because it felt like a lot of it might just be because of where this person that they nominated me. The documentary about is in their life or whatever but like is the album that was the most here was also about someone that she had never met which is interesting those scenes I still found more emotionally nationally gripping than a lot of the stuff and Miss Americana but I think again as you said it can be the complete opposite. I think it's just your this movie was trying to depict exactly because I think this is a rounded. I think it was just more just a slice of life kind of deal. I don't know if you'll also then it wasn't but also that it wasn't 'cause then she has debilitating chronic pain and she hates being famous. What she say Famous a prison. Is that kind of thing you know. It's it's just like what are we. What are we doing here? What are we saying? Yeah I think she's a good person very much so I think she does love I appreciate her philanthropic work and then I think he has a beautiful voice and everything but at the same time but that but that's further to the point where. I don't know what this movie who was trying to show here. I think it was laughing on the award. It will so life than I think it should have had Much tighter Timeline and if it wasn't that that I think it should be a lot broader and again I think the big thing is it's going to be about the album Joanna done and then maybe the Super Bowl just made the whole thing implode. I Dunno sure I think it just just comparing it just being about a ninety minute documentary about someone of course also felt so long to me really. Oh my God dredging through it. If I'll so long I I I don't feel that way but I think just as a ninety minute look at someone I spent about as much time with with her as I needed with the things that it was showing showing about her life and so I think in that way I enjoyed it more. I felt it at COMP. It not accomplish more necessarily but as the film works it's better than Miss Americana worse. I think that Them being both ninety minute looks at someone. I think that this one works more as just a more more lighthearted and more well fine not not not that I'm saying Miss Americana should be. I should rephrase. I'm saying just that this being a relatively low lighter look I guess someone I I think I i. I think it did that job better than I think. Whereas what MISSA mercado trying to do. I don't think it did that as well and so I think I enjoyed this one taking ice. It is yeah waiver Giving anything I mean I thought it was successful in. It's it's a never so again where buster sure which I lost with this if it was supposed to be like that like. What is the bay cello movie? Calm Bay Chela. Bay Chela the beyond say Coachella channel movie. Oh Yeah I'm coming. Thank you just do that. Then you're going to do this just to homecoming make up your mind. Just remind you know what I mean the whole Walmart thing. Oddly pissed me off off to know and I I. I enjoyed that actually but and I get. I know I'm annoying with my no. It's okay ash tag. Feel the burn wealth disparity anything but like she has no idea. What's going on around her? It seems you know which I know isn't true per se. which again is a shortcoming of the movie? Then even just showing her her interaction with fans. I found that more genuine. I think In this then I think in The Miss Americana. I think that's just hit me harder than what did I appreciate for. Her Fan showed through more on this one. No no no I mean that thing with the girl who won the iheartradio thing. She didn't know her name. She said Remember her name and give it to dig it which is very sweet pozo. She had no her name and she has left which again. I'm not saying. She's can't be there for everyone. There's only one of her and everything I just don't think it came off very nice. Ver- I'm in that moment were and then it. It takes the time to have the fan talking to the camera about how. That's that's more so if it had not had the fan. Dan Reaction to her being there. I had seen. Oh how'd you iheartradio. So that I would agree completely but I think that having that Ah epilogue of the fan show being so emotional. I think that is what really endeared me to her More so than certain things with a Taylor swift and Miss Marikana. But I think that's just what what you're choosing to show. Yeah yeah again again. I think he comes. There was no I don't think there's any storytelling with the five foot. 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I mean she's like it's just more comfortable which I if a man took a shirt his shirt off and a meeting. You'd also be like I think from I. Yeah I know but no no no. No I'm saying I think from yes. The storytelling so to speak is not brilliant. But it's not coherent but but also at the same time. I think that the way that it's shot maybe not necessarily edited but more more so how. They're they're shooting certain sequences. I found that it to be more of a doesn't have to be relatable more of a a loose kind of objective. Look whereas it felt like the way that miss as an American I was told was much more calculated and trying to hammer in something whereas calculated. I think it's very calculated. Okay but I I think in this. It's more of A. It's it's more of a just Calculated documentary what do you mean an put out a banana. Peel for her them slip on. So what do you mean one. What do you mean by calculated the what they're what they're choosing to show and how much time they're are willing to spend and things it feels? I think that they're like why not in Marikana and I know it's not dealing with this all the same issues that we talked about. Why not deal with with her? The fact that she's sued fans ensued. People like that. Why not show the less friendly parts about her career? That's the stuff where we're Taylor. Swift fans are completely. He's not being. She's not being interviewed. Really in this move very much care. It's not interviewed back to footage back to It's an observation. The point of the movie it achieves grown Elisa person the point. She's not perfect nor should she have to be. She's he's becoming who she wants to be. This is the whole thing. Yes no I agree but at the same time saying all are listening parties either. Didn't joe her giving money to Tuition to people either right. It's not about that those are those are such On surface things both ways. And we've all no no we all know that stuff so the thing you're accusing the movie of relying on is a common knowledge is the same thing. You're I mean it doesn't you know showing Yes I agree that it is no one's perfect regardless of you know where you are. I think that's fine. I think that it's was choosing to show purely really okay where she started out and where she has how. She's grown as a person but at the same time I think having something like having sued fans hands I think that's just as much a part of her and they're choosing not to show that so her. Her journey is more relatable to people. If they put that in there you have been like a weight. Ah That is everything that we've just seen. Should I connect with that as much. I think that there would have been a more well rounded vibe to it if whereas in this get it's it's doing different things a month. I'm not comparing the two that I think the way that this is shot. It's look down on that. He got out for a second everything she does. That weird is like Oh oh how she in which. I'm not saying which I'm not saying. Let me say one thing about what it's about Taylor. Swift precisely is not about her in relation to her fans couldn't get did not by listening..

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"five feet" Discussed on Think Again

Think Again

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"five feet" Discussed on Think Again

"But I don't know why for some reason whenever I interest story. Can it goes deep and, and a little dark, and it's just sort of maybe it's just either those are the stories that find me or I am drawn to those. I also just really into the story behind the story, you know, I love pop Isla pop music, pop culture. I love it because it's a unifying experience, which is so rare. Right. And so you know what it's almost like to me, it was like it's like folk culture. Like what was folk culture, a long time ago like the song that everybody knew how to sing, and they'd be at the pub singing along with it, because everyone knew the words and it was democratizing in that way. That's what pop is for me, and God music and pop culture. And so I I'm drawn to those stories. But then again, there's always like what what's happening behind the curtain kind of thing? And I think that's, that's where I often come in. I tend to be sort of like overly serious and skeptical of surfaces, and, you know, overly overwrought you know. Tation and fashion, and all of that stuff, you know, but I can see the value in this kind of, like dream factory thing that pop does. And I think that, that feeds people a lot. But I think that people also are hungry, and can get starved for authenticity and connection. Yeah. Including lady Gaga herself. Yeah. Exactly. And I think again, that's what I'm drawn to. I can't help but be drawn to authenticity and I love seeing those connections happen. I just for some reason, I locate them in a pop space, and maybe because I just happen to like pop music, and I'm just looking for something more. You know, trying to trying to get a little bit more out of it, right? Or, you know there's something for me. That is so offensive about shared experience. You know, I think the commercialization of pop is obvious, and it's sort of, like, yeah, it's about selling records. It's about, you know, selling products. I think in our culture, our economy, everything is that to a certain extent, that doesn't disqualify something, whether or not it has value. It's almost like that's a given. When you have a mass experience. But if there's some value in it beyond just the moving of units or whatever. And they're often is I mean, especially with Gaga. I mean, she really is an artist. And she really is in it for the right reasons. She also happens to be really good at writing pop songs. She writes a hook and she writes, a course in the whole world suddenly takes takes notice, you know, which is such an incredible power. I always thought it, it is a kind of casting a spell, like it's the closest thing to actual magic because imagine like an incantation that you just repeat for three minutes. And suddenly, you can take the capacity attention the entire world. That's right. There's very few things that are like equivalent to that. It's that and it's also the power of her her voice and her connection to the singing late. So even if she's behind some totally weird crazy mask. And again, I think that those performances are one way of being more yourself or giving yourself space to be more selves. You know, but also there's just this like ground. Sadness and power to her voice. Yes. Just yes. She has talent. It's a real good natural talent. And a and a really highly worked on cultivated talent. Then I think that people are just impressed. There's something you're like, oh, there, you're an awe of that voice. Okay. I think this is as good a place as any to, to the random second part of the show to explain for any audience members who have not heard this show before big thing, also does video interviews. Our producers have picked to surprise clips from the many, many in the archives on subjects that I don't know what they're going to be. And neither Chris, nor I has seen these before going to watch one talk wherever we go watch the other do the same. And that's that's that sounds.

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"five feet" Discussed on Think Again

Think Again

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"five feet" Discussed on Think Again

"Kate H or something. And I was like, oh, I guess, I've lost them forever. And now you're you are. And you've, you've been leading a very interesting life. It seems. Yeah. Yes. So maybe I've been making work about other people that lead very interesting anymore like it. But yeah, exactly, though, I mean, what could be more interesting? I guess then getting to immerse yourself deep into the lives of these interesting and complex people. We were just talking about the fact that I was studying psychology back then, and then I went into art, and in a way, I guess, what I do. Now feels like this combination of those areas for sure. We'll definitely talk at some length about about wig, but I also watched now, am I saying this right Gaga five foot do inches or two five foot two? That was most most definitely a delicate psychological operation like getting into that level of depth with her. What I didn't even realize at the outset was that, she she, you know, she struggles with chronic pain, and that was ended up becoming a, a large feature of the of the. The story that we were telling it's partly about her experiences, as a pop star and the kind of like athletic feats that she goes to, to pull off the performances that she does. But all the while she is kind of privately struggling with fibromyalgia, chronic pain. Both my wife and I remarked on the fact that her life, while it has so many extrordinary facets in moments to it also looks extremely difficult. Yeah, yeah. And I guess that's also maybe part of the experience for me and making that was just being able to highlight the reality that you can achieve all of your dreams and reach this place of unimaginable success and, and still struggle and suffer in your way. I mean it seems like you met her at the right moment where she was ready to. She was making an album that was more personal and she has kind of ready to open up in that way. But like did you when you went into it? Did you realize that the show's going to be that laid bare? No, I had no expectations. I liked to rely and new her and was a fan of music. But like didn't. Have any insight into what her interior world was going to be like, so going into it could've gone any way. And that's the thing with making documentaries, as you have to be kind of open to whatever the story is going to be, and it's great. I mean, it can be also frustrating when you're making films because you wanna tell one story and you end up telling something while the different you know, there's even a moment in there where she's like you can't use any of this in the final film, and I guess you find out. She allowed. I mean she was even joking when she said. And because it was it was mostly just a moment where she was like being kinda dish she. Yeah. She seemed a bit wasted on news. But yeah, let's let's talk about wig, because what's interesting about it is that you kind of wet the history. And the people tell the story be the story in a sense, and there are lots of doors that I see into there's a lot of deeper stuff going on some of which they get into and a lot of which they just kind of touch on, like, yeah. At one point, a couple of people are talking about how within queer communities or LGBTQ, plus communities that people they're just as much as out in the wider world or putting people into little boxes in little categories. And you feel this tension that's kind of like slightly spoken. Yeah..

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Now Try This

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"five feet" Discussed on Now Try This

"You face was price with. I was thinking about that. it was coming. The movie came and prepared for the moment became. I never thought about the situation so the answer. Stop the answer. it's zion nick. Asking questions to seek will definitely not four feet apart no feet apart. I watched that as long as good. It's just a sex movie. They both are cured and like. Yeah but would you watch more movies with these people before. Mrs schleicher direction. You like. I think anything any positive one. I like her. I mean she's great. And i think the direction was great so i watch another movie directed by this guy What people just not a sick teen romance movie. That's been with some people just not as sick teen romance. I'm not monsour. moving folks. Markets hate sick sixty toward people. People say god debbie's basic people in the watch it anti-semitic feet apart five feet apart. Okay five feet. Now's the time for the podcasts. Ricky view challenge Because i love sick people. Thanks so much. I'm gonna give you sweet november no great. We've already when. I was ten to our membership on cable to censor some hot fucking is there. I think so. I don't remember sounds like we ever see you next week. Okay how bad seen this sounds. Very they We talk you didn't give it to me to offer agitate. Yeah my city. Other months also have an additive. So it's like sweet november dry december okra auto yet. Okay nick. i don't know what you're doing. But i'm going to ignore it and continue this week. How comes out. I love hell boy. The movies great and hopefully this one is great. Everything's going to be now. Gw me some love. The premise of the puck is i love. Hell boy okay. Halloween is a if somebody's trying to avoid more work for the podcasts. Because you'll see the movie anyway. I don't know what is yeah I could see. I could see any movie. I give you anything i liked. I've tried so hard man. I try so hard to find things i'm like. Okay maybe i like this you saw when you stop looking for founded great does the shittiest things.

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"five feet" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"five feet" Discussed on Now Try This

"Just like all those kids. Almost we're in and out. Yeah which question. I don't know she can find love dates. I do swing that. They don't get it. I love that the point that poe is like i keep breaking up with people. Because i don't wanna stick someone with the bills or an eighteen. Yeah you know. That's gotta be. That's heartbreaking for a kid to think about the fact that not the fact that they only have a year left to live but about who's gonna pay for that year in the burden a burden is one hundred percent as crazy. Have they get with. Maybe that's why may ask why most of the kids are waiting. This movie's racism systemically. Because this denigrate yes interesting because it's usually a good hospital isn't tonight in lake crummy jersey city treatment. Shit yeah Just a point. It definitely looked like a private hospital. It did because it was in the middle of nowhere. I was super nice. Yeah yeah it was like the fucking suitability white roses. Yeah have you ever been to like One of the higher end Hospital for anything. I heard about him. I heard cassie. Dad went to one one time and she was like yeah in other places where we put in order and they laughed at the hospital because he's a cast. You'll see that your hospital say you were less through now last hospital. You say that she was like oh hey. Can we put in like some food for my dad or whatever and they're like what do. We know just like cafe if you want food. That was all movie. Yeah then he leaves and there's no post credits of interesting so any guys. The the i stopped us. Okay hold on. I think this is a postcard seed. And then i looked it up in there wasn't and i realized i had made up my head dreamed one and this is what i dreamed. Yeah i found her in a town in the daylight out in the real world walking and ham being across the street. And i'm lacking is and seeing how that would have a imagined. Yeah see thought about this movie. We just talked about our tiny. Don't judge me your own fucking daydream. Fan fix state with me. I told you man. Oh man nick which of you so much. the. Here's the thing i i know. The movie has a lot of contrivances and a lot of key series. Yeah but but the fact of the matter is and i think this is. Why like this. So much. just about donnie. As an actor right. This movie relies on. Its people more like it could be a play. You know what i mean. Yeah and i really liked the chemistry between the main two but especially hilly richardson. I think that she and i remember really liking your in split. I remember really loving her in seventeen as an actress And i'm really excited as he wished end do next because i think she can carry a movie. Her sincerity is real like she doesn't try to hide her quirkiness personality. She lets it overflow into her characters and here bringing life to this. You know this tragic story. I really work. Yeah so cool. All right digital movie marcus..

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"five feet" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"five feet" Discussed on Now Try This

"What's the word. I'm looking for help you. Path is impact. Yes let me with. Those impact is bro. I love with impact. Epithets could real thick me. Have you empathize with a seven year old. Nick relieve yourself related with me. Because you're good. Okay picture me. Think about how much i feel died immediately to pick the girl it'd be like i love her so much and does yeah. Does this kid have more. This kid were than my friend. Dick list your best friends. Give one more straightened. He does wrong more straight than he does agree. I'm glad to see in five brothers movie though the proclamation cute Fucking pool cue. That they used to. Because that's five feet. I guess i can look at pook three feet but she says just under five feet so it wasn't the movie should be call four point nine feet salting. It's coming down. You thought it was five part of four points at the sequel four feet apart late because their new lungs work so well she can be closer. David.

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"five feet" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"five feet" Discussed on Now Try This

"And then and then she checks in this moment. I like that. She made an she made an app. Yeah those those little detail as low character. show she super smart super dedicated impresses him. Yeah and then she checks in doing his men he's she's like fine. I will do it with you. And then they become closer. 'cause they're doing the medications together. She's showing him here tricks for eating pudding pills and you know going up say down with their vibration. Best thing yeah. It's really cute. yeah cutesy. It's genuine yeah yes you just trying to help. But also she. She thought he was fucking checks. Here also browse. Yeah fucking piece of shit. I don't know if you remember a personal vendetta against cole sprouse please remind mckay. Yeah i thought. I said we're going to be in the suite life as i can. I was up for sweden. Didn't have a twin and this is c. with his s brother and he just you have a parent trap that should they were going to do the technology cheaper to cast to ins. And that's what happened. Fucking asshole fucking aso. Well no actually happened. Is i was in line for poco any company. Because that's what he was going to. Nyu i was in that area waiting in line to get pok mon fucking cut me. Live fucking pieces. Shish hate them both. What are you could date a personal the same the argument last time. But what you someone if you could a thousand percent. But i don't have the opportunity. To be mad i have been more noxious about it. Okay i don't turn these places into a game. I can't figure it out. Burger cliches prizes booker. Cliche cliche whole book booger cliche. Don't always pick what you can't touch if you dig deep on booger cliche. Is it a bunker. Latest cliche is the game. They know the game the next episode. Cliche or cliches. They're falling for each other and then he asked a question about a painting in her room and she's like my sister today and he's like oh Does she have more. I'd like to see and she's like we don't have the show their stories and hangs up and he's like oh well but what happened. I thought were going. Well shoot you. Bad mealy shutdown. I know everything about you. Please tell the tell everything. And he's like okay. I'm opening up because of a deep dark damaged person. You let me draw. You does as a fucking cart shitty tune. Oh man and then it like this cartoons his cartoons turkey own. Come on guys. We got him lonely politics. Let it out a little about something. Let them vent. But wasn't that cute. Click click click. Click all little me really soon. I'll be like oh my god. The best movie ever critically acclaimed you're talking about the cartoons. No you're talking about her shutting now yes so she said on me leave those shoes asking him open up and he's like what the fuck dude and then. He goes back and tries to get more information out of her after cyber stalking her after cyber stalking videos to figure out that her sister stopped showing up year ago and also after going closer than five feet from her at numerous points in the movie. Yes well no five feet enough yet. But yet he's definitely try to kill this bitch. Here's like did. I talked to me. I'm gonna fucking burder you well. It does say something about the movie. Because i i think it is interesting. Because he doesn't give a shit right away..

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"five feet" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"five feet" Discussed on Now Try This

"Are you kidding me one hundred percent. I know that was the problem. Funky ed's lord. mo bitch over here. And then i was like me do more short bitch. I'm trying to think of an example. I can't remember exactly the words he said in the movie he said I remember the line. He said we're all living on borrowed air. That was one thing they said and there was another moment. That was the whole plot in the movie. 'cause we have mentioned is that she meets this guy but people have and if you have you can't interact with other people's bacteria and so stay six feet apart. That's why movies called five-part who's gonna fight your part because you have to say six feet apart. It's employer doesn't make sense fucking sloping. It makes it later as a plot point but we think this whole movie. Yeah i get a wrong no no. I didn't think that they got it wrong. Way thought was okay. Something's going to happen where she's going to be okay. It's now five feet. But i thought one of them was going to get better a little bit or like i don't know fucking doctor. I thought something was good. That decreases to five feet does happen. She's like cf has taken so much from us. We're going to take a foot back. It's romantic stoop as a free feedback. Then you're going to die either way. I will say. I will say i really did actually like the fact that six feet and they wanna take the five in called five feet because the director does is. He puts them at a great distance. The beginning and then distanced deathly keeps closing in closing closing in but to the last movie where they're right in front of each other and we literally have to touch for spoilers to save somebody. There's like that i like the diminishing of the space sustained and that wouldn't work. If it was called six feet apart exactly it could have easily been called six feet apart. No could have easily just been called six feet apart again. I get it. It's a big thing. She's reclaiming the one but a man. I agree the whole time during the trailer. Dumb way is a five six five keeps saying six and then we play a game where we try to say the name of the trailer and i remember one time we is it six five six six five five five five six five but this fucking edge lord bitch is on the roof. Just fucking chilin. And he's like oh. I'm going to say i sit on the roof because mo- and i might fall and i don't care about life Sounds like something i would do. Yes sounds like exactly girl. So this is the first moment when the movie parallels titanic because he drowns in this totally space on the door but rose doesn't pick them up if you seen like that's the only thing i remember there a room on the door. Yep homer space majority. I just recently. Why why because. I bought a fungal up. Nice thanks fucking sweet. We go pretty rose readdress anyway. So no but in that moment in the movie they both trying to get onto. They can't because of buoyancy buoyancy she got in the water and he both should try got on the same time. They did back in the water. You wanna show you know. I'll just take your word for. It are easy argument one. Yeah they could have gotten a third guy to hold the door from underneath while he gets on everyone else's done well one of them the daiei. She's.

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"five feet" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"five feet" Discussed on Now Try This

"I had it. I know it's like yeah. Yeah yeah cleared up as because he with different people. We're the audience. We've already watched it. I i know just have them. No like siri sometimes someone who wasn't there information. I'm okay. I'm okay with that. Most times will finding out that pose. Gay like a moment. but i'm mike is fine. Okay yeah it's like a moment. That should only be like a second now like a five minute commerce. But that moment i think was there to show that he was interested in he was like oh date whatever anyway so then you see stella walked through the hall. She knows everyone she likes everyone. There's one new kid on the block. It's cole sprouse. He knew he showed up. He's for some reason. I thought she was new but has like she's been there forever. Note your he was there a little while but she's coming back there. You go back because she had just unpacked there. So we'll is there a new press. She hasn't met yet that better. Thank you Who is helping his best friends get laid yes. He's a room while go out for a walk and she. She's appalled but she's on her way to the nick you to look at babies babies. Do i like yeah i do. Think acute banter markets keep up. Yep i love babies. They're delicious you better. Yes right k. Smelled it i know. Yeah of course. I want kids want kids. I'm looking for about two kids good. That's a bathroom by yourself. Or two seconds on only for the for book. I'm looking for it. Why waste more of the listener's time did the whole thing else. Because there's more work for later. Oh my god look at the book. What book are you looking for. Spiders way down. Oh what's that sex version of turtles down. What's book nick. I thought that out of you're talking about the bucknell's looking for doughty to know. What the the podcast. I didn't get the cock the buck gas for well established that you don't let cliches. I thought maybe i'd grab the book. I have cliches and read them to if you liked them or not. That's important.

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"five feet" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"five feet" Discussed on Now Try This

"It. Doesn't words true. Can't make a claim and then i'll let me go find information about which ones true true. Yeah he's taking away from the importance of the malt liquor. Okay okay. you're right. You're right you're right. You're right good. Can we talk ahmad. This is moving. I just had that the watching the movie. Because i was wrong. I feel like john. Green has like eight of these book shits down pack first of all he has one and it's just the most the turtle about turtle ism no a county or slowly becoming a turtle two turtles all the way down is that what's called the name of the book turtles. All the way down is a young young. You finally novel written by american author. John green published tobita two thousand seventeen by dutton books it is his fifth solo novel and seventh overall its publication was announced her vici allied video conference co founded by green says eighteen terminal called terminal eighteen terminal terminal romance movies. Okay before you get to that. Let me find this lobsters for this book because what it was a sixteen year old as a as as never intended to pursue the mystery of fugitive billionaire russell picket. But there's one hundred thousand dollar reward stake in our best and most fearless friend. Daisy is eager to investigate so together. They never get the short distance and broad devise a separate them from russell. Crickets son davis no sickness at moulin rouge a terminal romance movies one hundred percent. Oh yeah at the very beginning of the movie. He said the the movie opens any in it. Starts with the song was a new. And he's the woman i love and they're all white leads mean some more. I'll let me prove it against the inner stars. Wine love story. You know what you just have to be able to compensate whereas the dying. You.

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"five feet" Discussed on Now Try This

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02:43 min | 1 year ago

"five feet" Discussed on Now Try This

"It It was forced to watch it again. And i'm stuck in my tingled. I was excited because trailer and i thought was interesting. I've seen hilly. Richardson course routes and other things. That i like them but the reason i remember i remember she was in split his friend guy out of the three girls and she was also the best friend in the edge of seventeen with the great movie greenland. Geez i just heard thinks it's a very very good movie. Okay maybe not fair. But i like her a lot and i wanna see. I didn't think it was gonna go to theaters to see. But then i found out. Justin baldoni is director. And i love him as a person and i wanted to. Do you know the name. yes you said. That's the guy from jane. The virgin jane the virgin. He's rough. acai. Yes and you know who. Richardson is engaged to dire michael from the show weight. And you know what else process minin riverdale jug had. This has now tried this rian. All of our most below girl of our most popular episodes riverdale gene the persian seep in. Its way into one to michael gene virgin. She looked twenty four holds it. Michael forty twenty nine thirty. Whoa he looks like he's thirty five. Looks like she's gonna to look it does or she was born in ninety five. Because i'm not old enough to be married and so the question not enough. Mary was born the same year. I was wo mean breath. I have the same birthday really. Fourteen ninety wow. That's crazy with it. Means i can give me a hillier. Gm get yourself a high young together. Twenty nine and twenty four selectively nailed still somehow gross uae sweet facts. You propose to him really. Yeah oh that's cute. Cute not grossly together with q anyway. This had so much. Now try this seeped into it. I needed to see him. Peters i walked away. And of course i saw for myself because i watched and i was devastated and i was like i need someone else who experienced this someone to talk to you about this because an impacted me my did it. How did it impact you emotionally. Because it sucks. No because i related to the characters i understood. You also have central farts. Siestas fibrosis what stands for. Wow casino. Cystic fibrosis yeah. They said it in the movie jock. It's your body produces loud music is so you.

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"five feet" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"five feet" Discussed on Now Try This

"Oh what does that mean. That means we try our favorite movies and books and tv shows and things to do and make the other person do them. Yes example. Marcus like last episode. I don't remember but you episodes before that just a few episodes before that i gave you die hard. That's great. There was a lot more than a couple. I didn't say a couple of a few episodes in a couple princess. Diaries just tweeted us about us at unpopular opinion princess. Diaries engagement is better than prince tires. Agreed you haven't seen it. I don't call me out. get me out me out. honestly it is. I forgot that there's a there's a sequence where there's a musical duet between raven from raven julie andrews. He move my instagram. Feed because instagram things. Yes she's one of his friends that's awesome. It's a pretty good movie. That's really popular at the time or with this before that. Oh yeah that's right. She's in high school. I think brings her high school friends over to genova. And there's a couple of nondescript one of them just happens to be ribbon. Oh interesting. I think this is around. Cheetah girls time mix yeah. They needed a black friend. So yeah yeah most movies through right or like the movie of this episode five feet apart because this is my challenge to you. Talk before we get into that. I want to tell him. I want to tell you guys during this episode. You're going to want to tweet at us because one of us is going to make you rile i promise you. I don't know if it's gonna be me and are always going to be marcus. But i promise they'll be a lot of riling going on and you'll be riled. Yeah and if you are riled Tweet tweet us leave us. Five stars on itunes can now try this. Cast uber just by searching. Now try.

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"five feet" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"five feet" Discussed on Double Toasted

"But oh my God. But had to trout too hard at the ear. You had to lay the drummer on way too thick to where at that point. This movie did become a parody of these kind of movie. Okay. And I would have to tell you stick around for the split of this. But there that they did something that was so over the top. And so phony at the end to get you to cry to get your motions off layered up, and I just said hospital caught on fire. I wish everybody that. I wish I wanted to sit down. The last team this movie had his own angle. As formulaic as it was it had something to work with in a way, it did kind of like zombies did kinda involvement something that we know what it is over and over again. But that last ten minutes is phony as fun. They they they continue to go over the top one thing after another to the point west is frustrating. You'll get at the end you almost dramas hate these characters. I am dying to know at this is no. It tore down the rest of the movie from me that rarely happens for you. It built like a comedy. I was laughing my as. I had these teenage girls. Chairs Dafur me crying. I'm just like, okay. You know, what y'all y'all foods? You're all fools, but in the past Sita's, but what it is. And it's hilarious. Crank kids dying like. This is awesome. I gotta tell you what it is. I mean, if you wanna hear it by don't I'm not gonna tell you right now. But it it's a shame that movie that really already had. I mean, it's not for everybody in this movie that didn't try to didn't have to try heart. And yeah, this this sub-genre is kind of lazing away. But as I say, you know, it works nothing is new in wind done, right? Anything even know? Matt no matter how old it is anything can be done sure to make it appealing. But this really I've never seen something come in and already to be on the right track. And just when when they should. Yeah. When they should've said Todd good night. Everybody the women if you like to. Wait a minute. Just one more thing. Not not one more thing. It's a rental, man. So real even the bad Reynolds. Just great on. Yeah. Yeah. It's just a rental in rentals. Only thing that makes it a bad is that it was it was actually a higher grade of movie before it got to its last ten minutes. And if you wanna hear the the spoiler. If you don't go away if you wanna hear it. I'll give it to you right now. Done the way you gone stand. Okay. So the last ten minutes of this movie..

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"five feet" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"five feet" Discussed on Double Toasted

"He plays the the gay friend. An on top of him man, being the, you know, the gay trope into movie, they got other movie troops in there. They got the sassy black nurse. I saw that the complete with a line situation. Worse. It looks up and says oh hell no come on. Smith get paid every time. Somebody says that. Oh, hell, no. I think as public domain now. To see did though he'll walk to. I'm doom assessing black raw, you know. She she worker neck. At least they didn't do that. At least they didn't. Maybe I missed it. You know, but that was just put my head down. Just shaking. Damn. And and then they bring in this. I mean, I mean even this sound like a compliment. But that it's a it's a cliche to of course, bring in the the guy that she's attracted to and all these guys always the same guy. You know? This is funny because despite this dude being sick, he still hot. Got no bags under his skin is still nicest hairs, always they gotta bucking salon and hospital that we don't see. You know? Because you you look at it is like. You know, the gay friend looked like shit. Right. I mean, he looks sick. He looks like he's going at any moment. Not our boy, you know hairs is perfectly done all the time. Somebody's bringing him a nice wardrobe every day. In on top of that is not that. It's not the that. He's just dream. He's not just he's just cute. He's he's he's he's artsy. He's dark. He's brooding. He's moody. And also he's kind of a dick. Yeah. Yeah. You know, he's he's like he's like the bad boy of sick of sick people. Yeah. Yeah. The first. Yeah. Here's the deal. We know you're not. But the first time they really bond Stella in will are the care to the first time Stelle in will really have a conversation of the second time, they do wills on a ledge of land is worth living men. It's like shut the fuck up. 'cause you know, he's he's like fuck. I'm too good to take the world from this. He's not gonna kill himself. Yeah. I'm too. I'm too pretty today. That's why he's crying about half the time about dine is this kind of like to have some to go. This'll be released, but she meets them on his legs. Like he's gonna jump and fucking. Non heating. He ends up in when he's playing around to where the part of him just being common as low comes in. My lungs are dust. Okay. Can you? Me enjoy this view. I can. Do you know how lucky you are to be here to be a part of this drug trial? You know about my drug trial. Even asking about me. He's moved. Critics out on that ledge knowing this. You'd be looking for. I'm gonna make this be care about me. Into the Stu. If you don't care. Then leave. Give your spot to someone else. Someone that that wants it that wants to live. Okay. What are you doing? Well. Well, no, please get down will stop, please. God. Thanks. You asshole sin. That whole scene with all this Yellen him jumping off things like don't you have diminished. Lung capacity. Are you able to do all that Martin Love? Powell gives you good booster miniature. Could you come down off? You know, what never mind? In the moment stood. I'd be like shit. I'm like, yeah. Yeah. I I know. know. Was it really bad? Nurse out here for me. And you know, what's going to happen with these characters like the moment, the movie stars they start introducing characters you like you. Don't look so good. You going to go on your definitely fucked. You'll be all right. Don't even ask they got this trial. So somebody's gonna live. Yeah. You know, exactly. Who's on? I don't even have to tell you somebody walked up on the screen like gone..

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"five feet" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"five feet" Discussed on Double Toasted

"I don't care about your dying. If you ain't trying. I don't care because that's the thing with this movie. Man. It is okay. It's even in the short amount of time that we've had these these type of films they've quickly become very very formulaic. Yes. For somebody to parody. These movies almost becoming parodies of themselves when they do them. Tell you that you stick around spoiled on this y'all got to hear this. You don't have to hear I'll say for the in. But man my day job. We do the Medicaid. It's for kids, but cystic fibrosis. It's pretty sad. You telling me that they are able to ring the sadness out of this. And they do they do at certain points. But you gotta dig do a lot of cliches in order to get there. Because like I said minute so formula, it's formulaic not only like sixteen movies. Why movies, but it's also formulate just team movies and period. Team period. Like, you know in the movie, she's blogging all the time, which we see as not teenagers and kids of log, desperate. Come shorthand all do that. No. They don't all do that. That's just become a shorthand shorthand way of narration right in a movie way to narrate without doing voiceover. In the in the film. You know, we want these kids are cool out of things that that that that the old people aren't so she got her blue Katori gay friend in the movie. Yeah. Mois Arias moisture's Arias ours. You might have seen at children's parties being Jack Sparrow. That's what he does spirits. Always been a very odd. Looking kid. He really has. No, he really has. He in this movie..

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"five feet" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"five feet" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"The stars of five feet apart water here. It's in theaters on Friday. I'm back in just a second with coal, and this is kiss FM. Oarsmen was enough. Judge. Much. Ooh. Any? Go to. You. Kim. Seventeen. Everything. Eight. I just. Any? To the coast. Singer. Nine. Shine. Decide. Son. No. And I soaked SIS what do you make of.

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"five feet" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"five feet" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"I see you do i i got you which is getting tweeted out over i got tweeted that with the with with with with pancakes you know he said as a two hundred and forty pounds demonstration linebacker playing defensive line thanks again i took a lot of abuse from jumbo and he's got a little stack of pancakes komo was known to do that every once in a while wait a minute but he he gave a lot of what some call it gave a lot of great looks do that's what i'm saying great looks hey we wouldn't be we'd be talking about paying gigs didn't get the good looks hey it was something that you know it's any offensive lineman look forward to that that's what they get to again go back to the home brag about five feet of fury in the backfield from rich on twitter yes i knew that michigan tot notre dame how to play the game of football on a train stopped into a little little place called south bend and went and taught them out of out of play the game you are correct learned all about that in john u bacon 's history of college sports class i just wanted rich to know i did know that i'm i'm on your bra there's a lot of history going back to the early early nineteen hundreds part of our conference and that conference this that there was a lot of a lot of bad blood that that's where this stems from between fielding hbo's and what's the name coach the what's your acne yeah rodney in like one another for they didn't play when they were not very fine of no other they didn't do a lot of sportsmanship believe it all started at a track me if i remember correctly yeah i remember from john you bacon class if he's out there listening and hopefully he's not being too critical but yeah i'm pretty sure it all started attract me way back when cheetah's check me seven three four not at eighteen fifty seven three four nine and eight fifty give us a call look the two schools don't like one another you get it i get it just the way it is i guess i mean it happens let's go to mike in ann arbor what's up mike i'm here mike you right on time bright what's going on yeah five o'clock mike manny machado goes goes on the market why would we bring him in there well i mean we're we're we're rebuilding we don't really need mainly machado right now we're rebuilding de manny machado is a guy you'd like to bring in if you're getting you know you had a better team you're getting ready for that run for the playoff what what would you like who would you move to shortstop cain alario or what would you do it right now man let you know it's like why can't we get in that we give the the something inside is about to go to the park mike i guess you mean but we're not in a race we're not i mean we're we're in a rebuild and it's you don't wanna kinda spin that money you save that money you trying to get trying to assimilate a team put a team together i got one more question for your attic okay who is a better coach little holzer boesch mbacke ler are you serious go blue serious asked me that question kidding me lou may do some some magic magic stuff and do all that the the best motivator in college football that i think emotion becua i mean he he's man of integrity man who stood by what he said and did what he was going to do i look at the notre dame game he kicked two and ishmael twice the second time that's now go run back and kick off on us but i mean yeah i'm going with bow on that one mike thanks for the phone call appreciate that can't argue with you yeah no i agree in terms of may machado some of those guys it's it's tough when we've got a young young nucleus that we're still trying to figure out again we've got inglesias under contract where are you gonna you're gonna put him at at third where you can do with ken lario guy that were kind of investing is being our future third third baseman so i mean i agree that it would be nice to have a big name for maybe some of the fans that.

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