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How Incorporating Filmmaking into Any Subject Benefits Your Students
"And you teach those courses so can you tell teachers out there. Who maybe don't know this yet. How can filmmaking and media studies benefit our students. Oh my gosh That could take a few hours. I've done day walk but in a nutshell You know really what. I tell teachers when i go across the country or the world and i talked to even pre k. I did some the summer all the way up in university professors well as than at my high school level and mostly i'm talking to the core subjects or the non media teachers and I tell them a few things First and foremost we are teaching an entire generation of students who have never known anything but a device in their hand whether it was a hand me down whether it's something brand new when they were even a year and a half for two years old given an ipad and watch this or an ipod Or some sort of iphone or tablet device. So it's all they've ever known and It's almost like enough when we were taught to write or draw the crayon. That's what we're putting our hand. And these were putting in their hands and so while many don't know all the great things that they can do with it they know how to. At least you know manipulator navigate it so we need to leverage a tool that our students are already familiar west and that tool can take photos imagery and video and graphics and the film making process. i think. sometimes there's a large. It's also a big fear for teachers one because you think of film and television and immediately their minds go to netflix and hulu or whatever the new streaming services and that's the quality that it needs to be and of course that's not what's going to happen with our students nor does it need to secondly What we like to talk about is that will sometimes. There's a fear that while we're going to video record or do a film and that's gonna replace the writing process and you know as well as i do. There's nothing further from the truth that absolutely ninety percent of of a good show or film. It's in the writing. You can have a cast. And if the writing is poor than the the show is poured. And so. When we when i talked to educators and students about that this is going to enhance the writing process from the pre production phase and scripting voiceovers to even the post production phase from critique an reflection and blogging. It enhances it every step of the way. So we're not replacing or enhancing and that's tends to to be a an interesting angle for many. And then i liked to leverage some research that i you know i. I wish i was smart enough to know that. You know so much about the brain but i love to research. That's the journalists man. I love the research. I found some information from forster. This even dated back to two thousand twelve but ninety percent of information transmitted to the brain is visual. And we process those visuals sixty thousand times faster in the brain then taxed and so when i had teachers tell me don you have the fun class will sure i do. Because students are feeling successful. Because i'm asking them to flex that visual part of their brain where they do feel successful and they are able to interpret comprehend information much quicker and so it makes sense to them and then of course as well as i do that. Kids are seeking confidence in their education. And so the filmmaking process. That's just the start of it. Aside from we have a television show that we do at our school and was explaining to my. I just got a new set of students last week. And i told them they'd be learning the television studio and i walked them through it and i said there's going to be about thirteen or fourteen different jobs that you're all going to learn how to do and they were kind of blown away by that and i said you know. Do you know what happens if one of those thirteen jobs fails to do what they're supposed to do. And i just looked at me. And i said well the whole production could fail because what might be the simplest job like it record and now you don't hit record. Will you got to a whole thing over again. You know to sound to direction to describe everything. Every rule that's involved in so that's the great part about it though is that creates teamwork than they. Each have to intricately know what the other is doing and be able to work in concert. It's much like You know a group of singers or theater troupe. They all have to know what the other's doing now. They may focus on there one particular job but they know the importance of that one job because they come together as a team during the production of it but of course on the front end of production face. They're all talking and collaborating communicating to come together for one main goal but then the other beautiful part about it. And then i'll i'll kind of leave. It affects could go on forever. Though is that the film making
Spinning and Winning: How Peloton is revolutionizing the fitness industry
"With neo You co founder and CEO Nate Forster. So, Nate, I gotta ask you about the £800 gorilla in this area of at home Fitness. Talk about pellet on it has been a juggernaut during the pandemic went public last year, too, You know a little bit of a tepid response, but clearly during the pandemic, as people have been sheltering in place, and Focusing on wellness in place as it were. They've seen demand. Serge What does Pelle Itan do for the broader business? In your estimation? So thanks for paving the way I think everyone has to think telethon for paving the way for this industry. You know what Holding was able to create and had the site. You know the vision to do. Actually amazing. They have a great bike and a great treadmill. They make really, really solid equipment and confident on that equipment, so huge what they've done for the industry had been anybody that never negatively about telethon that in this space is just been doing a injustice because they have Really paved the way and have done quickly and obviously, the pandemic and everything help on DH that that you know, done from a positive thing for a lot of companies and again, I said, it's about awareness. You know, the consumer needs to know that you're well and you could have a really good experience. But we have to give a lot of that credit to pallet town, so we would we would start there and, you know, I think they evolve and get better. They're going to do a lot of different things and They'll continue to look at the consumer and find creative ways to make it more affordable. I know they're doing some of that stuff will obviously be competitive that calm and try to be AH, cheaper version left expensive. I think the hardest part For a lot of these hardware companies is going to be content, right. We also know that the consumer doesn't want just one thing right? They don't want telethon, spinning pal time yoga palate on boot camp coltan because they don't want that. We've known that for years. That's what made class pass so great in the breaking mortar space and for all The way that we look at it. Look, you may want to do some spinning, which we also have on the platform. But maybe you want ah, meditation expert Or you want a boot camp expert or you want a boxing expert. So you want to jump around? We know our average user. Muses about 5 to 6 different brands among so they like lots of different things. They want to jump around expert so well. Palestine is doing their thing, and I think their biggest winner and everyone appreciates what they've done. I think the challenge they did, as they tried to evolve will be, you know, to be able to offer some different brands and concepts. To their consumer, not just pellets on this and tell him not very agnostic. I think they need to be able to be a bit more creative and give the consumer different things to do. And other brands and soul be inching to see how they get through that process that I'm sure they will. Hey, Nate,
"forster" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Right. That's right. We we we we have to try to not be so fashionable when it comes to that stuff to find the find the low hanging fruit. Hopefully I love it grant forster everybody grant forrester on twitter team forster one on twitter and team forster, dot net and as you can tell, really pleased and excited for. Grant that Pirates Punch snap back and for for Phil Giovanni and his partners and Phil has been on the show talking about contest success and the I saw where they were beside themselves. To win the salvator and gotta be excited for Breeders Cup we'll stay here we only got about five six minutes to wrap up and That was fun. I. One of my favorite people, I. NAME COMES UP I Just kind of. Want to make sure people stand how You know how they can. They can have fun and be successful Doesn't have. Nothing but respect for the big outfits but. Guys like this like forster. I come on you put a put a decent horse in any kind of worse than his hands and he's going to get the most out of it. Pretty cool. You know speaking of those practical jokes I told you. We'll have Nicole. Russo tomorrow. to summarize what went on Friday Saturday and Sunday and They're well underway here second half a book four at Keeneland practical joke is the story among the among the first crop stallions that that aren't. That aren't named. Well among the first crops the. Cross purposing. The. The stallions that have got. runners. Out already. Another nice weekend actually for Nyquist We'll talk to cassie tomorrow about Gretzky the great but not only. Did NYQUIST get another Great one another. Big. Big Head. But another great one but there was also. not this time. And The wrath demonte winner. In the woodbine cares on Saturday. Thirty. Dangle thirty dangle. So. Any obviously any success? On the racetrack. You know at proximity and here during the sale goes a long way. But NYQUIST. Scoring. Back to the first crop topic. These practical jokes this is this is a here's A. Snapshot of what's been going on. And a lot of these I see and I see some end user names but there's also plenty of Pentacook. Activity going on. yesterday. One, fifty, one, seventy. One, sixty, five, one, fifteen, one, hundred. One thirty. The the one that the grand just mentioned hip eighteen, seventy sixers he who he's talking about Al Davis. Albert Davis bought that one for eighty thousand. Out of my hopeful heart and bred by Tom Evans. trackside. Here's a New York bread rose down brought. The two, hundred thousand. I mentioned vinnie Viola to sixty for hip. Nineteen. Fifteen..
"forster" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"And and we're just integrate place in Kentucky racing right now the. With the casinos the instant racing machines Kentucky in is really on an upward spiral right now and and I really think it's the place to be. Well and for those that that. Whose interest perked up a team forster dot net and you can also follow team foster on on twitter team forster number with the number one team forster one and grant is also got. His own personal. Twitter, which is grant four. So get in touch with with grant visit the website. See what they've got you number one you'll. Be With a fun group in couldn't have more more fun and as you can tell. So I want a really really plug this in the same thing I brought up this with Blaine to Looking for some new for some new clients and people to to come in with him and. I you know anybody listens to the show knows a big advocate of spreading horses around and you know they're they're they're. Plenty of horses. for, every good horseman unfortunately there there's There's too many horses in too few hands but Couldn't do better than to have a grant forester, a Blaine right training for you so grant. Very much there was a.
"forster" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Everybody, but we tried to carry on our tradition the best we could and We're looking forward to. Hopefully hopefully, things being back to somewhat normal next May. Now. Exactly. that that's everybody's hope but I've sure people can tell when you start mentioning is mentioning fairgrounds and the winter season and your background going back to the North West and I reference repeatedly one of the most popular horsemen wherever wherever he goes and You know you're you're kind of the next generation in that in that group that that we talk about when you know when would that whatever trader it might be wins everybody wins and via scooter dickey for years was was held. And and and. Any of the Shearer's all of the shares Meryl and the late rich Gary but it. There's certain people and for those that are on twitter you can. You can just always tell who the most popular. And well respected and well-liked people are on on back stretches and You know the people when when people that you? Were stabled with you know fifteen years ago you see people congratulating other. You know other horsemen and grant is one of those without without a doubt. Well I really appreciate that I was I've been very fortunate in the game to have some some great times and wonderful people that have helped me along the way my parents and you know instilled a lot in the and Yeah, I, I'm. I've been very fortunate and I've loved doing what I do and I've loved traveling to different places and and you know it in the social media world we have. Now it's it's fun that you're able to reconnect people as you said that maybe haven't seen for a long time and fun to have to root for each other and have a following and Yeah, I think I. Think yesterday's victory was very popular on on several levels just because of how well the horse ran last time and probably didn't didn't deserve to lose and you know every everybody loves a good redemption story. So for both are jockey and our horse and and our owners and just everyone involved i. think it was a very, very popular victory just for that alone. You said about the sale and obviously you're you're kind of in in the wheelhouse on probably taking your way from some bidding but talk a little bit about team forster and what you're seeing what you're doing at the sale Certainly in fact, I'll direct people team forster, not foster forster with an art team forster dot net, and you know you see the team forster ownership entity, but but grant also you know happy to take on clients, what are you seeing and what are you impressed with the right now this is sort of the most fun part of the Keeneland Sale. Yeah definitely, we're.
"forster" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"The With Steve Big Horse racing and becoming interviews. This is. Stupid. Back, our three a good twenty minutes and looking forward to talking to grant forster about yesterday and while we. Look forward to grant. Let me get a few other bits and pieces in as well. And I. will save the Churchill stuff because there are a couple, a couple of maiden races that are certainly. Fourth. Noting The. I guess we don't have to. vamp at all and wait for grant forster because he's with us right now and much like the conversation we had. With. Joe. About, infamous getting de queued and getting a chance to. Come back and. And win and his case get ready to move on toward. Breeders Cup. In this particular case, it's an opportunity to congratulate grant after pirates. Punch was D- queued out of the is land win and luckily the Salvator Mile came up next and the grade three, not just a great three but a very historic race in its own right the salvator mile in grant joins us now congratulations. Thanks so much Steve Great to be on with you I'm delighted for you and and we you know we had a couple of funny exchanges after the cue which you know much like what happened with Joe was. Controversial and questionable. Talk a little bit about the takedown back in August first of all. Sure Yeah. I mean it's nobody likes to.
Easing fires not as simple as climate change vs. forest work
"The West Coast are again putting a spotlight on climate change. But it is not the only reason why we are seeing such destruction, even in the iconic and typically wet woods of the Pacific Northwest. For more. We've got NPR's Kirk Siegler, who's covered wildfires for this network for more than a decade. Kirk Hi, Good morning, Rachel. So we know that the forests and the brush the grasses in the West. Are extraordinarily dried out because of climate change. Kind of remind us how we got here. Well, right. There are a couple other big things going on here that we have to consider. And one is that we've also spent the last century stamping out Wildfires, and we actually continue to do this today. It's just the few that get away there in the news and healthy forests need fire, and what we've gotten ourselves into is what the experts call the wildfire paradox. So by doing this, we're actually making the problem worse, because now the forests and the brush lands are overgrown and in this really unnatural state, So you add climate change to that mix, and it's the worst case scenario that we're seeing. Right now. We hear the U. S. Forest Service often referred to as the Fire service because so much of their budget goes to fighting fires, not actual forest management work. But hasn't the federal government and individual states haven't they made some progress in doing some prevention work? Not very much. You know, the people who say the government isn't doing enough to manage is for us, to some extent, have a point. But a lot of that actually comes down to funding. If you're spending all of your resource is on trying to stop wildfires from burning in tow whole towns, then there's not going to be a lot of money left over to do the things like The thinning projects that prescribed burns. The plan burning Forster Andrew Sanchez Madore has been keeping close tabs on this where all the states are with their prevention work. He heads the Ecological Restoration Institute at Northern Arizona University in California. Oregon. Treatments that they've been implementing for years haven't really been at this scale that they need to be to cost a wind driven and climate change is exacerbated event. Some of this has to do with money, he says. And the lack of a really big, clear national strategy, But it's more complicated than just blaming the forest Service or the firefighting apparatus in the country. Or, frankly, is the Trump Administration likes to do try to just make this about logging and logging on Lee. We are now seeing those these fires. They've destroyed whole communities. It doesn't seem quite adequate to call them forced fires anymore. I mean, these are burning up residential areas, urban settings. That's right. And here's where things get really messy on the West Coast. In particular, there's been this huge amount of development into the forest that you say there now very vulnerable. The burning, especially with climate change. Now, in some cases, people have to live in these places because it's the only place they can afford. But regardless all these subdivisions, these new towns are actually becoming the fuel that's helping make these fires even bigger and local building codes are still pretty loose. Kumiko Barrett I talked to about this. She's at the research firm Headwaters. Comics, and she told me the county's still don't really have any disincentive to stop this development because of one big reason When you look at when a wildfire does occur, it's the federal government that comes in and pays for that suppression cost. So there's this inverse fiscal incentive on what is happening about local scale versus who's actually paying for the wildfire cost. So basically local communities they don't have to pay for the cleanup. The federal government does it, so they make money when these developments keep getting built. Exactly And there is no disincentive like she says, because they know the federal government is going to come in and pay for the suppression and the cleanup. But at some point you look at all of the disasters happening at once. We're in the middle of hurricane season and We're not even really at the peak of wildfire season in California, there is going to become a point where this just isn't going to be sustainable anymore. NPR's Kirk Sigler reporting from Boise, Idaho. Thanks so much, Kirk, You're welcome, Rachel. It's a Kurt. They're
Fires rage as southern California grapples with 'extreme red flag'
"The wildfires on the West Coast Oregon, putting a spotlight on climate change, but it is not the only reason why we are seeing such destruction, even in the iconic and typically wet woods of the Pacific Northwest. For more. We've got NPR's Kirk Sigler, who has covered wildfires for this network for more than a decade. Kirk Hi, Good morning, Rachel. So we know that the forests and the brush the grasses in the West. Are extraordinarily dried out because of climate change. Kind of remind us how we got here. Well, right. There are a couple other big things going on here that we have to consider. And one is that we've also spent the last century stamping out wildfires and we actually continued to do this today. It's just the few that get away that are in the news and Healthy forests need fire, and what we've gotten ourselves into is what the experts call the wildfire paradox. So by doing this, we're actually making the problem worse, because now the forests and the brush lands are overgrown and in this really unnatural state, So you add climate change to that mix, and it's the worst case scenario that we're seeing. Right now. We hear the U. S. Forest Service often referred to as the Fire service because so much of their budget goes to fighting fires, not actual forest management work. But hasn't the federal government and individual states haven't they made some progress in doing some prevention work? Not very much. You know the people who say the government isn't doing enough to manage these for us, to some extent, have a point. But a lot of that actually comes down to funding. If you're spending all of your resource is on trying to stop wildfires from burning in tow whole towns, then there's not going to be a lot of money left over to do the things like The thinning projects that prescribed burns. The plan burning Forster Andrew Sanchez Madore has been keeping close tabs on this where all the states are with their prevention work. He heads the Ecological Restoration Institute at Northern Arizona University in California. Oregon. Treatments that they've been implementing for years haven't really been at this scale that they need to be to cost a wind driven and climate change is exacerbated, isn't Some of this has to do with money, he says. And the lack of a really big, clear national strategy, But it's more complicated than just blaming the forest Service or the firefighting apparatus in the country. Or, frankly, is the Trump Administration likes to do try to just make this about logging and logging on Lee. We are now seeing those these fires. They've destroyed whole communities. It doesn't seem quite adequate to call them forced fires anymore. I mean, these are burning up residential areas, urban settings. That's right. And here's where things get really messy on the West Coast. In particular, there's been this huge amount of development into the forest that you say there now very vulnerable. The burning, especially with climate change. Now, in some cases, people have to live in these places because it's the only place they can afford. But regardless all these subdivisions, these new towns are actually becoming the fuel that's helping make these fires even bigger. And local building codes are still pretty loose. Kimiko Barrett I talked to about this. She's at the research firm Headwaters Economics, and she told me that county's still don't really have any disincentive to stop this development because of one big reason. When you look at when a wildfire does occur, it's the federal government that comes in and pays for that suppression cost. So there's this inverse fiscal incentive on what is happening about local scale versus who's actually paying for the wildfire cost. So basically local communities they don't have to pay for the cleanup. The federal government does it, so they make money when these developments keep getting built. Exactly And there is no disincentive like she says, because they know the federal government is going to come in and pay for the suppression and the cleanup. But at some point you look at all of the disasters happening at once. We're in the middle of hurricane season and We're not even really a TTE The peak of wildfire season in California there is going to become a point where this just isn't going to be sustainable anymore.
Desert Island Recordings - Iron Curtain Innocence by Bobb Trimble
"As idiosyncratic and hyperbolic as we absolutely always are. We certainly are not the only Bob Trimble apologists in the realm of music writing a quote from the Private Press Bible. Acid archives starts with this description by Aaron Molinski on Bob Tremble. I will make the bold claim that Bob Trimble's to albums are the best self released albums not just of the eighties and not just the psych genre but possibly in all of rock. Bob's music is able to bring a listener into a new and bizarre world in mere seconds while both his first album and his second harvest of dreams our other worldly masterworks of detached Psychedelia today with to focus on the first. There are so many amazing private press albums that are true. `Isolation Records Nineteen Eighties Iron Curtain. Innocence is a perfect example for this case study because of its utterly unique sound and the decent amount of information available about the record which helps us a lot. It's a story that can be told with realistic honesty whereas so many other private press record just rumors and tall tales. In the beginning Bob Dribble owned just three rock and roll records the Beatles second album more of the monkees and dot records oldies collection featuring the Classic Sea of love by Phil Phillips. These record carry a weight that would mold trimble sound the Beatles buoyant harmonies the Monkees Mirth full melodies Phillips's soul-stirring reverb growing up in central Massachusetts. Trimble would eventually play in bands in high school and would end up on the outskirts of Forster's worm town scene which was primarily known for punk music. Trimble worked at his dad's bicycle shop in poured all his money into studio recordings and eventually into getting his records pressed Iron Curtain. Innocence started its journey. When Trimble wrote a song that he thought would make for great single one mile from Heaven. He firmly believe it would be the track that brought him recognition. It was also one of the first songs he'd ever written. He went to a nearby studio called country. Thunder sound and recorded a couple of versions of the song a longer and more complete version and a shorter more radio friendly version. The song he recorded for the B. side was called killed the hands of an unknown Rockstar. When Trimble received the completed forty five. He was disappointed with a hollow tinny sound and decided not to release it dismayed he thought about hanging it up and stopped recording for about a year stating. I just didn't think my songs were original enough and different enough boy howdy. He came back with a redefined vision of originality. He went to a couple other studios and recorded an album's worth of material iron curtain. Innocence was recorded without a band. Despite the violent reactions being credited on the record sleeve is just Bob with a couple of the studio engineers helping out on Bass and drums the recording is rudimentary and Lo fi. But at the same time it is distinctly layered with Beatles soundtracks and sprinkles of Mug embedded throughout. The engineer seemed to be excited to fully humor all of the bizarre studio request as a break from their normal home desires of the usual patrons where the drums are obviously vanilla. The Guitar is very distinct. For young. Inauspicious musician Trimble. Truly had a remarkable guitar sound that is fully realized in instantly recognisable which is certainly an exception from the typical boilerplate instrumentation and most private press records. Hell even a lot of the major label stuff too for that matter. Triples voice is without question the most enticing factor on the record a Martian Siren. Song that has a exotic glassy feminine presence. That soaks a room in dizzying desperation. Reality Tearing beautiful for certain but also very cold it's much closer to Marc Bolan. Warbling as he's using his feather boa to restrict his air pipe during auto erotic fixation or severe trying his hand at opera than it is to any of his beloved sixties Silky vocalist. The lyrics reek of loneliness. But in a clove smoking teenage poet sense more than a man at the end of his rope. Tired tropes and tiny fragments of generic psychedelic. Forgeries are present but still packing a motive punch when joined with Eleftherios. Voice and the scintillating guitar originally called World of Lies Trimble settled on the title Iron Curtain. Innocence as a on the ever presence of the Cold War a theme. That never seems to come up in the actual lyrics. Trimble had five hundred. Copies pressed bought the first three hundred and disbursed them as best he could. By hawking them at local record shops getting them in the hands of college radio deejays and giving them to friends and Family
In William Gibsons new novel, AI is actually the good guy
"In a new novel out this week by legendary side. Author William Gibson. The tech is good enough to decide for itself. The book is called Agency it's a sequel to Gibson's 2014 novel the peripheral in that Book Super Technologically Advanced Future Society has figured out how to create new alternate histories called stubs. Either for fun or to influence the timeline leading to their own present. Both books are are ultimately about control over your own destiny and in agency that applies even. If you're not humid. The character UNIS is an advanced. Ai That exists in our are present created by a San Francisco Tech Firm. I asked William Gibson how much of that tech might actually exist. I don't know how close we we are to that sort of artificial intelligence. I just try to pause it a naturalistic version of what what that might be like. If we had it and how we might how we might react to it but and I've been doing that one way or another saids Ed's nine thousand nine hundred ninety one I think one other kind of hopeful element of this is that although there are a lot of like nightmare scenarios far official continuance and bots and virtual assistance the one that you've event it invented assumes her own and essentially is at least in my reading so far in agent for good maybe despite her designers original intent what made you decide that an intelligence like this should it become self aware would would choose to act for humanity. Well for me it was more a matter of why not the opposite scenario. The narrow is clear shade. We used to becoming sky net. We're not used to it. It becoming the good guy. Actually there is some thought that the hot stuff will be hibbard human a I. You know that'll be the really smart one because it will be able to understand us. I mean I guess when you look at it that way. There's a great deal of empathy in this book that if you can understand the challenges of humanity in human way you'll want the best for it. Yes I think. That's let's there just because taking the temperature of the Zeitgeist. It seems to me that that was a ingredient that we could do a lot. More of there are a lot of threads in this book in some way some of it's pretty straightforward. But there's also a lot going on really cool who'll drown tech in Boston dynamics artificial intelligence and alternate timelines and I wonder what do you want people to take away from this this point I have have a yet discovered what it is. There may be something there. You mentioned amphitheater before there may be something about the importance Komo of empathy. I mean I seemed to be trying to tell myself something with a title and that the characters keep using agency in that that sense that we so seldom years it may. We're all perhaps feeling a relative lack of personal personal agency at this point. I was very influenced by that part of the EM forster's aspects of the novel in which he argued that a novelist who is in control of her characters is really doing the work mark. I know you're you're about to tour with this book and possibly in the process. Discover what it's about to you but what is next for you anything else. We should know about well now. One thing that's coming for me as that there's an Amazon series based on the peripheral has been green lit. That's going to be strange for me because one of those things are open ended so I don't know if the series as we'll ever get to agency but now I'm thinking I don't want to find myself in the physician my friend. George R R Martin Martin about himself in of not being able to a lot to be able to write the closing book because there was too much watch going on on streaming television I feel it'll be a fun experience that I really like the people. Yeah in theory you have created a universe in which there are potentially infinite numbers of seasons if every snub is is the season I know man that's true or not. That was one of the reasons that caused me initially to be very very reluctant to go to a multi universe structure. I've done everything I tried in the text books to limit that and you know not not go full forty ready volume multi-diverse which is thing right. It's on Republicans are actually all too much of one. And I think it'll be one more and that will be and then I'll try to figure out what science fiction would look like in the twenties twenties. Our new twenty s coming up
List of copyrighted works entering the public domain in 2020
"As the clock strikes midnight on new year's eve get this thousands of copyrighted works will finally entered the public domain and that includes books movies music all sorts of creative works that were first published in the U. S. in nineteen twenty four and if you're a little hazy on came out that year here's one the first movie adaptation of Peter Pan okay yeah we would have had a clip for that but that one was a silent film but also one of the things coming out this year blues legend of ma Rainey song CC right I'm enters the public domain it means it's no longer protected by copyright and the public can use and consume it without permission and at no cost and without the public domain we wouldn't have so much art that rests on the work of authors like Charles Dickens and William Shakespeare and these mass expirations used to happen every year in nineteen ninety eight though Congress passed the copyright term extension act it extended copyright protections for existing works for twenty years January first twenty nineteen so the first public domain dump since nineteen ninety eight for more on this host and you have a your recently spoke to Jennifer Jenkins a clinical professor of law and director of the center for the study of public domain at Duke University Jennifer thanks for joining me thanks so much for having me on the show tunes in so give us a couple of examples of maybe more of the popular works in the public domain and that some of our listeners might be familiar with well works from before copyright existed such as the works of Shakespeare the works of Mozart the works of Beethoven the works of Charles Dickens all of these are in the public domain and your listeners might be familiar with them because if you think think about the contributions of Shakespeare to our culture because Romeo and Juliet was in the public domain letter bursting was free to write West Side Story the movie's Gnomeo and Juliet and for me unless di did not have to get in touch with his errors and they were not subject to a veto and Shakespeare himself through in the public domain before him Romeo and Juliet you on Arthur Brooks the tragical history of Romeo and Juliet which in turn on all of its Pyramus and Thisbe and so your audience may be able to think of you know scores of works that drew on public domain material when something is not in the public domain what happens then because I understand that the song Happy Birthday was not in the public domain isn't that interesting it is now when something's not in the public domain that means that if you want to use the work you have to locate the copyright holder and you have to get permission from the copyright holder is welcome to say no are they can charge you a fair fee or they can charge you an exorbitant fee now this is a good thing copy rights are very important the public coming in as the yen to the gang of copyright protection so the design of the copyright system is there will be a term of copyright protection when you meet any of us you know enjoy exclusive rights over creative works then after a certain period of time that copyright expires in those works go into the public domain where anyone else is free to use and build upon them so there's some work entering the public domain and twenty twenty what might people be excited about what's coming into our public domain wonderful music so my favorite musical piece going to public domain is George Gershwin's Rhapsody in blue some literary works Thomas Mann's the magic mountain EM Forster's passage to India wonderful children's book a a Milne when we were very young there are also some wonderful silent films works featuring Buster Keaton and Harold Lloyd silent film called Dante's inferno which itself to a public domain works Dante's divine comedy of course but also intermixing that with elements from Charles Dickens and the Christmas Carol so they're really great works going to the public domain next year and I know a lot of us are very excited about that so if
Rudy Giuliani doubles down on claim HE removed the US ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch - insisting he 'forced her out because she's corrupt'
"Rudy guiliani admits to get president trump informed about how fired ambassador Marie your vantage was hindering his investigations he complains to the New York times that she was getting in the way of investigating Joe Biden and collecting evidence to prove that Ukraine interfered in the two thousand sixteen election on fox news Giuliani accused you of on the verge of obstructing his investigations and committing perjury need or out of the way I've I've Forster out because she's corrupt I came back with a document that will show unequivocally that you committed perjury when she said that she turned down the visa for a missed a show can because of corruption Victor show can is the former Ukrainian prosecutor who was forced out of his job by Joe Biden state department says show can wanted to testify about corruption but believed it was a con gate out of revenge because he had lost his
Mississippi gubernatorial candidate denies female reporter access to campaign trip
"Mississippi gubernatorial candidate the nice female reporter access to campaign trip so here's the story a Republican running for governor in Mississippi the night a female reporters request to accompany him on a campaign trip unless she brought along a male colleague sounds like of the vice president right the it's a little more extreme the vice president will not and there's always had this policy he will not be alone in a room with a female unless there is another person present and M. L. B. C. B. along with his wife for he has a sister in law or daughter and was not related to and but this the this is the this gubernatorial candidate a he is state representative Robert Forster said if you come on my trip you have to have a male colleague with you or us a single woman is not good he wants quote just wanted to keep things professional the reporter allow Russian Campbell okay one minute CNN is sort of a symptom of the red the reporter Larson Campbell road in Mississippi today that the paper had asked to shadow each gubernatorial candidates seeking the GOP nomination court in an attempt to better inform readers on quote while two of the candidates agreed state representative Robert Forster declined explaining a Mississippi talk radio show that having a female reporter with him could create cold an awkward situation so let's see you know I read to you a few weeks ago that in the in Wall Street firms more and more men I was a far more men but a for more implies that it usually used to be any I don't think they're ready now now there are many who won't mentor a a female because it involves a going away on a trip and so on and they simply they know everybody knows it can't be otherwise that while there's no one human being V. the the integrity of the women in the in the work force obviously most are honorable human beings whatever percentage there are of people who would make false accusations against the man she is believed I mean that is the motto believe the woman that was a lousy fords defense with that in the cabin or hearing which was one of the low points of American history but there are so many low points right now thanks to the left it's hard to keep track of them that was one of them is organized mean meanness but I really I I give you my word of honor I say this with absolute sincerity there is no question that being on the left makes you a meaner human being that there is no doubt in my mind if your child went to college sweet kid that comes back a leftist they're not liberal leftist but left this I would bet serious money that he or she is not as kind as when he or she went to college so there are a lot of men who just say it's not worth the risk and I think this is extreme I wouldn't do it I'm I'm not I am not reporting this story to defend this man I'm reporting this story to say this is a and I'm not an odd phenomenon given the the hysteria that surrounds all all such
"forster" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"All right, thanks, Robert, Forster, God. He was really entertaining. Funny. Let us know your thoughts and him and what are the guess you'd like to see Sinophile ESPN not often that we dovetailed into television. Here's a little bit for you better. Call Saul season four just wrapped at one point I thought about putting on the show just because I've realize it's never going to be breaking bad. And obviously that's a lofty comparison. That's one of the great dramas of all time, but breaking bad. I'm starting to get frustrated because I just found it was too much character. Noth- plot like solid, very interesting character, but maybe he's better supporting actor and shouldn't actually be the lead of the show. I mean, there was so much skepticism around the show. It's amazing people to pull four seasons out of it, but I just wish there was a little bit more to it, and I wish that the wheels returning a little bit further having said that own cursor related actor and I like the way he plays Saul. It's really well shot. So this whole team, Vince Gill company that did breaking bad to still got great locality New Mexico, and I thought resi horns character is really good. She plays Kim wax the female, and I think he's an excellent actress. I hope. She gets other roles offered away because of how good she is embracing, excuse me and better call Saul. And you also get some supporting roles, obviously get Mike trout. You have Gus fringe, but obviously the whole situation is what if we ever get through right back in the show how awesome that be. But I do think the show is worthwhile if your fan of breaking bad if you like the slow burn to it, I'll give it to nap. Maple Leafs. I'm not. The finale is really good of season for and it's only thirteen episodes it's on AMC which also the other brother noted drop more f bombs. Now they're kind of get a little more risky with the languages. It's cable TV. Why not better call saw not sure if you're watching it Dan standing, but I'm very surprised season four. Yeah, and that shock. Where are we in terms of best spin offs ever like you're not too wild about it, but razors probably the razors heavyweight champion. What else do we have in the mount Rushmore of spin offs? Because I can't him and other one. That's four seasons. Yeah. Normally they're always a disastrous. The worst whenever has to be Joey right trading Matteo doing that after the sopranos. Trivia, it's just awful yet to fund successful. Spinoff is rare Frazier's. The one isn't taxi, no taxes desert spinoff from taxi paddle has so was technically spin off. And the jeffersons spend the Jefferson family. So the jeffersons mount Rushmore for sure was what's Jim Carrey Morgan.
"forster" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"The part of the guy with the goal suited in the name of that musical mutant not the music man, something else. We mean Saint Louis. No, it was a fun news ical, and the anyway states stick Bob, you'll meet the girl. I did beat the girl. I married the girl. We have three daughters and and that was the Genesis of my wanting to be an actor. I thought I don't want to be a lawyer. I'd rather be an actor. I wonder how you do it and you don't know what's going to happen to you. But over the last twenty years, Quentin Tarantino put me back into good guys and for the last twenty I've been playing for the most part good straight shooters and and and Truman sheriff. Truman. David Lynch gave me that kind of part to play wasn't strange. It was a grounded, good guy, and I enjoy. Playing those kind of characters kind of character play and in in what they had a father who is fighting for his his, his wife wants to love and protect her and is at odds with the children who do not want it to be the way I wanted to be. It's a, it's a family fight of serious movie with on awful lot of humor. Cheers and laughter. Last one for Robert were obsessive Michelson who is co star in what they had this film as you're talking about. He's so great because he's playing these villains and I just love sadistic can be filmed, but I imagine in life is nothing like that. Tell me all about Michael Shannon, Michael Shannon is nothing like that in like he is the guy when we do the q., and as you know, plug in this picture. And when we do a screening and there, several of us are sitting in chairs is always the guy that gets laughs is always the guy that is understated. He is one of the really good guys that I've ever met and I've done. I did another picture with and we did a grand theft Parsons about food fifteen or seventeen years ago. And so this is the second time we've worked together and he claims that if I if I last long enough, we will do another one. I love it what they had. It's a new film. Robert Forster Hilary swank Michael Shannon, blatant or insiders ever. October nineteenth, Robert, these stories were phenomenal. Naked gyna- horse, John Huston tarintino. I loved it. Thank you so much. You're such a Gente and free. She ate it. Robin.
"forster" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"I say, now, look, I thank you very much for hiring and I appreciate it. I said, but doing member told you, I never did a movie says, I remember and I said, well, well, if he says, reading my mind, he says, I'll give you some instruction idea again about a month later. Here in Los Angeles at western costume were doing the constantly, and I go stay to say, look, they they, they sent me the script and I read the script and and the you said, you had some structures for me, what are they? And he says, but not yet Bobby. Well, until the morning we start shooting. I asked him, what are these instructions? Finally on the morning, we start shooting. He says, and we, I drive the car. I said, I get out of one foot out the back door when from behind Houston, say now's the time bothers I say, shoot, I'm all ears. She says, go take a look through the land, and I walked to the wins and I looked through and I turn to him and he's got his fingers in that way director show you at the frame line is and he says those the frame lines, I said, yeah, you mean that line that shows the cameraman what the audience sees. He says those other. Frame lines now ask yourself this, what needs to be there in one them remark. This guy gives me the responsibility and the authority to put inside that frame. What needs to go in there. He didn't tell me all the other things and I won't make it long, but he didn't tell me with the that the writer need something there and I didn't. You didn't come out with, you're gonna do the detective work. He didn't tell me what the that the light guy wants to be in or that the one behind the ones has gotta be. I gotta be inside of his frame or if I do something wrong for sound, they call and they say no good for sound start. Again, the actors got to create a stroke which advantages everybody's needs at once everybody is your boss and you, you'll something to the other actor. You'll something to the guy who's cutting this picture and editing this picture. If you going around the curves of this. Of this roller coaster car that we've trying to get our audience in give right. And if you're not believable, they won't be there at the end of the right. You'll something to everybody, including the guy who hired you. You gotta be ready so that you can help them make their schedule. Every single day is a war day. Gotta get all those shots. And John Huston gave me my best single piece of advice ever. Those are the frame lines now ask yourself this, what needs to be there. That's five great storytelling from Robert Forster, what they had is this new movie couple more than I promise. We'll let you get rolling. Tell me about sheriff. Truman in twin peaks was your favorite part of that character. He was a straight shooter. You know, I've been hired to play straight shooters good guys in, and I think that that may be what my the end of my career is is going to be like I played good guys for thirteen years, and then I played a bad guy in delta force, and then I could not get out of bed is for thirteen years. Every job I had was a bad guy and Jackie Brown gave me the the, the good guy that started off the last twenty years. This is been twenty years since Jackie Brown, and I had twenty years of good guys, twenty years of playing straight shooters and honest men and and good fathers and all the kind of things that I always thought I would like to be playing as an actor. You don't know until you start, do you what you're going. Do you just have some vague notion when you started? I thought God, I don't want to be a lawyer. I think I'd rather be an actor. I wonder how you do it. I did a play by accident at the university of Rochester. I follow the girl into into the the auditorium. I said, I struck by lightning. I saw and I walked in I, she walked into the auditorium. I followed her into the auditorium. I met the girl I, they didn't give you the part that I thought I wanted the part of the..
"forster" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"Film is called what they had makes you check it out. Also co starring Hilary swank and Michael Shannon, hey, of all the movies, Robert. How about reflections in a golden eye? Elizabeth Taylor Marlon Brando at a young, Robert Forster, how cool was that? Wow, I was I was that scared somehow. I didn't listen. I figured the only ones who had a right to be scared producers of the other actors because they knew what they were doing. I did that I showed up there and I remember being tolling naive. I saw in the movie script that the character that I was playing rides, make it on a horse naked on a horse. I thought to myself. I wonder how they do that. Probably trick photography or something. No, when I got to the sect in Italy, there was we got to the set here was a guy sitting on a horse naked riding around on this horse, and they said, holy man. Her. Let's supposed to be me that some attention stunt guy or actor or I said, no, no, no. I went to Jon Newsome. I said, you know, I can do that. He said, can you really Bobby? I ensure I can. I can do that. And he said, and the next thing I know that were jobs department gave me a little v cut out of Jack strip in some flesh colored tape for my modesty. I couldn't get it on very well. I got it on my jump down the horse. It came off. I threw it in the bushes, and I said, Bob, if you cannot do this, if you are unwilling to give this this moment abandoned, you better quit being an actor. That was a moment of truth. And, and you know, you have those kind of moments. If you are afraid to ride this horse naked you better quit. And so that that was a scary moment. But I remember thinking yet trick photography, that's probably how they do it. John Huston brushing by the way I love Dale. They Lewis and there will be blood and somebody will say he's doing John Houston impression Churchouse either you can you can delve into whether or not that's true or you can just give me more of John Huston pressure, Robert, your choice. When I met the guy, I don't know whether he was doing John Huston person, but I have done a few words in the Houston. When I first met him, I waited in a lobby, they're all kinds of guys. They all look like me and I said, God, this is a, this is a kennel call. I knew what the word was. They just never been in one, but I saw all these guys in the hotel lobby. Finally, when they called my name, I was escorted up the elevator. We wait outside of a door. Somebody leaves, I'm scored it in. I'm introduced to this tall guy. What have you done? What if you Don? I said, look, I haven't done much. I did one Broadway play wasn't bad. I don't make myself an actor. I never did the movie. I know what the tricks are, but if you hire me give you your money's worth. He says. Way race star, a big producer way come in here Ray. I'd like to me then I or and I'm thinking, who is this guy told her, I only did it once. It didn't want oversell myself and she can't with the with the with the producer a turn back to John Houston. John nuisances you'll be hearing from all I figure that's the kiss off. When when you hear you, we'll be hearing for you'll be from us. You'll ever get from anybody in any event. This guy gave me one of my great lessons in movie making two days later. I was on the phone with them, the ancient to range of telephone call..
"forster" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"It's a must have boot for doers that are talkers, and that are doers. Timberland pro always do never done. One of the movie to review its Natalie Portman vox locks and it is absolutely awful. I mean, we I was talking with some other bad movies so far this year, this brutal the year, nine thousand nine nine the either twenty per century teenage sisters Celestin Eller survive seismic, violent tragedy. The sisters compose performance song about their experience, making something lovely and cathartic out of catastrophe while also catapulting Celestis stardom by twenty seventeen. The now Thirty-one-year-old Celeste is mother to a teenage daughter of her own and struggling to navigate a career fraught with scandals when other act of terrifying violence demands our attention. I'd been. It's pretty good blurb. Sounds interesting, right? It isn't. It has all the worst instincts of movie like this, which is to say it's over the top and it's melodramatic and her performances just a mess. I mean, I, I think it might do okay with certain is that like Natalie Portman and I understand they're trying to pose questions of teen idols and fame and divas and what all that means. She did get good. Us at Venice, a best case for nearly Parvez. Maybe she gets them talk for best supporting actress, but as a movies, all it was definitely disappointing. I do. She's a good actress, Melissa, we loved her and black swan. She's obviously make movies in the past vox Lux vac vox Lux, which is about a school shooting, which then turns into a straight at teen pop idol is not a movie that I would recommend. I'm only giving it one maple leaf and also stars, Jude law who lasting I loved him to weak call. Dom Hemingway coming two years ago. He played this gangster. I love that movie. None of people saw it, but Jude law's may better work. And so as Natalie Portman now, it's time for a special guest. And a real pleasure to welcome in Robert Forster, legendary actors in so many great films over the years. And we'll dive into some of those. He has a new film called what they had starring Hilary swank, Michael Shannon, Blyth diner, and many more. Thanks so much for the time today. Robert, you bad, then thanks for calling. Well, so this story line is very heavy at the origin of brother. A woman returns to Chicago to visit her father and mother. The latter now suffering from Alzheimer's disease. I hearing the movie is getting rave reviews..
"forster" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"Rex Reed of the observer, I man one of the film's reviewing this time on Sinophile as always thank you the Delo. Thank you for checking us out. Please do subscribe. Tell your friends about us. Go to itunes, ranked by movies that have four beliefs who rank them. They're at a five stars, let us know because that's the pod keeps on rolling. Today. We got Robert Forster who is phenomenal. Fifty two years in the business. He's awfully entertaining his stories. They rank up there. I think top-five Sinophile interviews. We've had probably Billy Bob Thornton. Willem Dafoe j. k. Simmons. He's in that mix of very entertaining, very candid. So look forward to that. Listen coming up. He's got a new movie out called what they had song Hilary swank, Michael Shannon's coming out in theaters this coming Friday. So look forward to that. Do we have as far as the elements back is an every man set up this week. Dan stands because people are clamoring for that. I. Heard people clamoring, you know, long weekend. There was in Chicago, went to the Notre Dame game in salt bend, Indiana. I'm all over the place. People can keep Claire Mering. Yeah, I have nothing for them this week, a review of touchdown, Jesus perhaps, but no review of no, yeah. I review the Notre Dame offense and sluggish. It looked until the fourth quarter. The last movie I saw was a star is born. You got my thoughts on that last podcast. He's podcasts are common. It's a lot you they don't eat. That's not true. He saw those tweets coming. You saw them passports in defense up. People are wondering about that not this time either, but I did get to watch the YouTube series Cobra KAI. So I could kind of wax poetic a little bit about that. If you wish. Well shell that for the health covert guy may make an appearance at some point. I feel like we're letting you down here Ben lines. We love Ben. He's got his own podcast lines, then gas one me and Rick aren't bringing any of the table in terms road segments. You know, not letting anyone you're carrying anything though. For this week. He's not. He's busy with the lies damned budwood check that out on apple one, great podcasts. They're very entertaining the latest. One had Richard Schiff, you know him from the west wing good stories that are fairly quite a bit with lions. So check out the latest podcast of the lines. Then rural rolling though, by blasting into space with I man one of the most anticipated movies of this fall, and I thought it was absolutely tremendous Damian Chazelle director and this this guy is now three for three whiplash. She makes a small indie movie, which wins j. k. Simmons in Academy Award. He then does Lal and this big lavish love letter to Hollywood. He wins best director the Oscar for that, of course, did not win best picture. Moonlight won best picture while the bigger shockers of all time. And now he makes this film. I man which I. Thought was a real dazzling work of art. I think what is most impressive about first and foremost as the technical skill involved, it's well, I think if you really love films, you'll appreciate stuff like the sound mixing the sound editing and the cinematography incredible and his direction is amazing, and the directing is a lot of extreme closeups really focuses on the faces, but then oftentimes focusing on this immense machinery that the spacecraft's are and all the little minutia that goes into all the details. I couldn't imagine how festivities he was with the details. It just feels like there's so much. Orientation with this. And in fact, NASA was heavily involved. They had technical advisers, etc. To get all the details. Right. But first and foremost, I suffer from terrible claustrophobia like you guys. I can't ride two-door car and there's no like rear door. I can't get in that car like there's no way the real most recent. I tried to three years ago to get to an airport, and it was my cousin. Music is getting the back. Like, I don't know if I can do that. And literally it was. Half a half a mile halfway down the road. I'm get a dog at my head like sticking out the window if ever were stuck in an elevator may Rick..
Date set for 2018 Hoosier Hysteria
"It's August. So expect the I you basketball news to slow down a bit. Now with summer workouts and the July recruiting period over though it won't be long before the activity ratchets up. Again, what with Hoosier hysteria now just eight weeks away on September twenty ninth on that night at Simon Scott assembly hall, we will see the official. I debuts of heralded freshman Romeo Langford, Jerome hunter, rubber finish Dmitri Anderson, and Jake Forster less than a year ago at last year's Hoosier hysteria event, Langford, hunter, finicky and Anderson received raucous receptions from the assembly hall, faithful win in a brilliant little strategic touch by Archie Miller and his staff. The players were escorted across McCracken court to their seats behind the bench. Each player got to experience what it's like to feel the low from Hoosier nation this year. Another handful of highly regarded Hoosier recruits will get to experience the same thing. Time will tell if the McCracken court escort becomes a recurring Hoosier hysteria event. But regardless Indiana fans will undoubtedly find a way to let prospects like trace Jackson Davis, kion Brooks, and others know just how much they are wanted in Bloomington and speaking of Jackson Davis. He made the biggest news over the weekend when he tweeted out his final six schools and then laid out his visit plans in discussions with several recruiting reporters as expected. Indiana was on the list along with big ten foes Purdue Michigan state. And I awoke plus Wake Forest and UCLA Jackson Davis plans to visit all six schools telling core Evans of rivals that he will make official visits to UCLA Iowa Wake Forest, Indiana and Michigan state with Purdue receiving an unofficial visit thereafter. It is widely assumed that Indiana is the clear front runner in this recruitment, but clearly, Jackson Davis wants to at least explore his options and lean all the way into the recruiting process as well. He should. Jackson Davis has a five star talent from the state of Indiana and Archer. Miller and his staff have made him a clear priority for the class of twenty nineteen. He knows he can commit Indiana when he's ready. So why not experience some other campuses to be certain while all Indiana fans would love to have Jackson Davis's commitment in the fold included so that he can anchor the much anticipated class of twenty nineteen and possibly attract other top players. The center grove, big man with the NBA bloodlines only gets to have this experience and make this decision. Once he shouldn't does the process as much as he desires and do whatever he thinks he needs to do to be certain. He's making the right call. We'll all just continue waiting patiently hoping that he decides Bloomington is the place for him to be because in state players like trace Jackson Davis are the kinds of players around which banner worthy teams are built.
"forster" Discussed on WDRC
"Latest news from the talk of connecticut w drc center yesterday us senator richard blumenthal held a town hall discussion for connecticut high school students more than one hundred students at fish high school in groton nasa senator questions about gun violence blumenthal said he planned to discuss other issues and concerns but students said they only talked gun violence because that was their main concern director of student conduct at central connecticut state university is in trouble brian forster has the story central connecticut state university director of student conduct christopher dukes has been charged with kidnapping and strangulation dukes allegedly choked a woman before bringing her to his home where she was beaten and her life threatened dukes is currently on administration leave from the university for the talk of connecticut i brian forster valet this news talk of connecticut dot com or follow us on twitter at talk of ct the state connecticut's rainy day fund is at a ten year high here's bradley davis with the story the state of connecticut's rainy day fund is at a ten year high analysts credit the fund's growth to increase tax revenue specifically the money generated from hedge fund prophets and income tax from the wealthiest of connecticut residents for the talk of connecticut i'm brad davis thank you brad the top of every hour only on wbrc am the talk of connecticut i'm susie pinto thanks for listening traffic on the talk of connecticut eighty four west there's an accident between exits fifty and forty eight route forty four main street in asylum street capitol avenue the left lane is blocked there stop and go traffic from exit fifty six eighty four east a lot of.
Major comeback as Cubs beat Braves
"Four network indiana sports on mark forster two major league baseball games today one of which was a major comeback and that was the chicago com defeating the atlanta braves sporting to change your congo now seven and seven they gone down chew after the fourth inning did the comes and had to scrap their way back jose can tana the come starter got roughed up four seven hundred runs in just two innings and a third of work but the combination of steve see sheck justin wilson brandon moral over the final three innings holding off the atlanta braves all awhile becomes to folks slowed for nine runs in the eighth inning that took care of everything they won fourteen to ten and four comes had double digit or excuse me had more than one rbi we'll see contrary kyle schwarzer then zobrist and javier bias had four alone the cubs a major comeback victory and they are seven seven in the early going of the season in a comfortable victory for the saint louis cardinals today over the cincinnati reds six two one that final saint louis jumped down to five to nothing lead in this game but the ford and nothing lead after the fourth inning was helped by greg garcia's two home runs on the day and a two run shot to start the game and then on his second hand bad would hit a solo shot but the cardinal's really didn't have any trouble with the reds today in the starting pitching in relief was excellent we one run given up like we mentioned and six strikeouts took three walks and it was a really good day for saint louis eight and seven on the cardinals and cincinnati continues to struggle out of the gates they are chewing twelve and just one eight six at home they have lost seven straight for network indiana sports are more forster.
Lawmakers Call For Conn. Rep. Elizabeth Esty to Resign
"With the most trusted news the latest news from the talk of connecticut wbrc new center human remains found in bloomfield last week where identified as a woman who had been missing since september according to police fifty six year old elizabeth ryshkov was reported missing on september twenty second the medical examiner's positively identified how our the cause of death has not been established anyone with information is asked to contact the bloomfield police a woman arrested after allegedly crashing into a state police vehicle brian forster has the story we have arrested a hartford woman who allegedly crashed into a state police vehicle on i eighty four on sunday the motorist was charged with driving under the influence driving without a license or insurance reckless endangerment and more the officer was treated at hartford hospital for minor injuries for the talk of connecticut i'm brian forster for the latest news go to talk of connecticut dot com or follow us on twitter at talk of ct connecticut state senate president is calling for rap to resign brad davis has the details connecticut state senate president pro tem martin looney has called on united states representative elizabeth esty to resign from her physician sti has been criticized for her handling of repeated domestic abuse incidents by a fire chief.
"forster" Discussed on 710 WOR
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"forster" Discussed on WJR 760
"For the names we're very pleased that californians will have easier access the voter registration said jeremiah levin levin an attorney with morrison forster who represented the voting rights groups we're specially satisfy the changes we made before california statewide a federal primary elections levin let me tell you something jeremiah i hope you get this message the people in the state who pay for for their taxes hate you your hated mistake jerry jerry you are a shame to your name you're ashamed to the legal profession you are now working for a foreign entity as far as i am concerned how anyone in california could not take our bridge with what you did the voter act now i've called of the mv the department of motor vehicles the department of mexican voting for at least ten years because i bid in and out of that it's an automatic rubberstamp to make sure that illegals vote how do you think we have a oneparty system yet flood millions of noncitizens and who sucked the stay dry and contribute no taxes whatsoever they sang their money to their home country the roads are broken crime wave is out of control and they embraced them why does the left wing embraced the illegal alien why are they so in love with non citizens and why do they hate patriots so much they would rather see the mexican who shot kate starre finally get a day honoring him in san francisco than an f 21 pilot who killed some members of isis that's how secuties delivered this disgusting asshole called san.
"forster" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt
"Forster apologize and we're not helping this person to feel like them and by the way it also invalidates your feelings because my what about reality what about your feeling 'cause you're you realize hey i this isn't might truth what happened to might truth by the way you know i as a recovering an through a sociology and anthropology major we used to talk about this in terms of cultural relativism in that was the you know they would teach they would teach you there um you know everything was relative there was no absolutes in this saturday the other thing in at a certain point at a very difficult world view to engage in because well e e what it is what we're were what what we have i think in this country were gone world view and we're really going now macro on this if you think about why you would not liked it live in one of the countries that has like isis cells senate right our subscribes to a bizarre sir devout religion is because logic does not find this seed can't find any purchase there you look i'm a female dr an automobile now you know i'd like to wear bathing suit when it's hot outside where the pool now if if if my husband cheats on me you can't throw acid my face or kill me that's not an honor killing winner no no no so vive you take it to its furthest extreme it's like you go back to witch hunts and crusades and and all the stuff you don't want all the stuff you evolve pass for you think we have a certain apparently there is a certain need in the human psyche in certain societies at certain times and i think it cuts across for kind of the dogmatic approach that doesn't have to really be roeber rationally based it doesn't have to be.
"forster" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Oh like man you need you could bullish in doing that i don't know why this man popped up part of our rogers i can win i find him sexy all right now are you in adjacent but i watched through all as soon as you come out out put him on the package get a picture just popped up but but should switch position but scare me away but y'all like yeltsin a piece in our economy i'll always talking at bush's so smug you so smug is so smartest man this is this is bother the great artur mike forster mark mark mark i'm sorry i really you saw mind great mark forster made there's anybody who's purpose to direct this movie is him because what we got here is a dark thriller slashed dark drama and who you got a guy who directed not only world war the but quantum of solace he got the thrills down but he also asked the drummer he did finding 'neverland so as man has a cover or all basis so you'd go to hill core talking shit but here's the thing this movie is not what you think we've had owns of movies there are misleading people in this is yet todd he's got damn trail another woman they all want to tell you it's a thriller it comes at night no it doesn't i'll yeah mother it's like rosemary's baby noteworthy no no people they had a first of all i think a lot of people look at this and tell that this is not probably harm will be issues he'll trying to pitch in his want.
"forster" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Yeah man you need you could boost in doing that i don't know why this man popped up i wanna watch this autistic line which i i could when i find him sexy but i watched you ally since i was walking around come on out put him on the fucking get a picture just popped up but should ships which position but of scare me but y'all like yeltsin appeared in court you may know always talking at bullshit you're so smug you so smug is so smart as man this is this is by the the great artur mike forster mark mark mark i'm sorry to really mad you saw monday great mark forster may anybody who's perp it to direct this movie is him because what we got here is the dark thriller slashed dark drama and who admit you got a guy who directed not only world war seat but quantum of solace he got the thrills down but he also asked the drummer he did finding never way so as man has a cover all bases so you'd go to hill court talking to initiate but here's the thing this movie is not what you think we've had owns of movies they are misleading people in this is yet todd he's got down train another woman they all one of the tell you it's a thriller it comes at night no it doesn't i'll yeah mother it's like rosemary's baby noteworthy no no people they had a first of all i think a lot of people look at this entailed at this is not proudly harm will be been issues he'll trying to pitch in his want.
"forster" Discussed on Conversations with Phil
"What's it's hard to get our next step when you've told me everything that i need to know and a dozen right exactly or the other thing that makes me insanely crazy get rid of these scripts so let's say fill your selling a software product that i find interesting and i say to you felt i've already looked over what a lot of your which a product can do on specifically interested in this because they had this problem and if i understand it right i think this technology will help you with that you know what happens most of the time the solar starts back at the beginning they wanna walk you through the whole darn script when all you want to know is let's go right here first right so the buyer should be allowed to drive the conversation after all that's who's gonna make the decision to purchase from you or from your competitors so you know uh will this change anytime soon i hope so i mean forster said by 2020 that we're going to see a million reps out of a job and five hundred thousand of those jobs will be replaced by the truly consultative sellers the people who really do understand that our job as a salesperson is to help solve the ball eire's problem it's not really to sell something at the end of the day then exempts absolutely right sobbing the buyers problem is the ultimate win for everyone because buyers happy because very fratton as gone the sellers happy because they get paid in a sales managers abby.