35 Burst results for "Fosse"

"fosse" Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

03:32 min | 3 months ago

"fosse" Discussed on BrainStuff

"Steph. Learn vogel bomb here. It's possible that there's a giant deadly serpent hanging out at the bottom of the fuss steel spring in the burgundy region of france. It's also possible that there's no serpent it's a legend concocted by ancient inhabitants of the village of tone air where the spring is located. But nobody's ever been able to get to the bottom of it because nobody's ever been able to get to the bottom of it. Fuss dion is a karst spring Karst being irregular limestone region with sinkholes underground streams and caverns the spring. Bourbons up an average of eighty two gallons. That's three hundred eleven leaders of water every second which is an unusually high discharge rate for this type of spring but the velocity of the water varies from season to season. What you would be able to see the spring if you visited the fuss tian oh which translates to divine pit. By the way is a circular stone pool that was built in the eighteenth century filled with jewel pound water turquoise amber and sarah leeann of colored by the minerals in the limestone caves from which the waters emerge the opening of one of those caves is visible from the edge of the basin because humans have been using the fossils since before anybody was keeping track for drinking washing cooking and bathing there are stories and legends about the spring. Some of which we know and some we don't in the middle ages. It was thought that there was a serpent that cruised around deep in the heart of the festoon and some even thought it was the portal to another world the spring features prominently and accounts of the miracles performed by the seventh century. Monk saint jean de rome. I hope i said that correctly. I do not know french He arrived in the area in the year. Six hundred and forty five c to clean up the spring which was at the time and unusable swamp the monk reportedly doug bass lisk a monster. That's half restrain half lizard out of the spring and killed it allowing people to regain the use of the fusty own for drinking washing etc. These days the full steel looks very civilized from the outside and it's stone basin surrounded by a communal washing place that was built in the eighteenth century to protect washer women from the elements as they did their laundry in the springs water but below the surface. The spring is just as wild. As when saint joan arrived detainment. The great mystery of the full steel spring is where the water actually comes from. There's certainly a lot of water coursing out of it. And like other karst springs the water emerges from a network of subterranean limestone caves. It's thought the faustian is fed by both rain. Water from the hills around tenere and at least one underground river however no diver has ever been able to find it source and many of those who have tried haven't come back alive. No one even attempted to plumb the depths of the fusty on until nineteen seventy four when two divers undertook navigating the maze of chambers and narrow tunnels of the spring. Neither of those divers came back to tell us what they had seen in nineteen ninety-six. Another diver attempted it but he lost his life to the fusty own as well for many years after divers were prohibited from diving into the spring until twenty nineteen when a diver undertook exploring about one thousand two hundred feet. that's three hundred seventy meters of passageways. Luckily he returned alive but didn't find the source of the spring. Nor did he find another dimension or a monstrous serpent..

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"fosse" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

Classic Movie Musts

03:01 min | 4 months ago

"fosse" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

"A huge attributing factor too. What makes how to succeed in business without really trying. So wonderful is what bob fosse brought to to the theatrical version of it and he gets a a a strange credit in the film which i think it's a musical staging by and that is from what i've read because originally on broadway for the excuse me on broadway. The a choreographer was hired because of a particularly enigmatic number and quickly enough it was discovered that that was all he had up his sleeves. And bob fosse was brought in and bob fosse being actually quite generous said. I don't wanna take this credit away from him and kind of stomp on his potential career. So i will take this other lesser credit. But it's bob fosse. That does the interesting choreography. And to your point about editing from what we know about bob. Fosse's films that he actually directs and edits. The editing is out of this world so we almost get this fascinating mixed bag in this film or we get some of those. Bob fosse moves that are taken to a whole different stratosphere when combined with bob fosse's editing so we get the moves but we don't get the editing and so it's just not quite bob fossey but oh my god. Can you imagine if it was. Bob fosse and bar listeners of apparently one of the great numbers which was fully filmed and in the original release Coffee break anybody. Who knows the score for have succeed in business without retrying knows that coffee break is one of the great numbers. It's cut from the movie and it was cut solely for the reason that the premiere at radio city music hall and radio city music hall had very strict standards about time and kind of the last minute. They said david swift. You've got you've got to cut something. And and he. I think incorrectly said to himself in terms of the narrative. I don't need coffee break And none of the principals is involved. You coffee break. So i'm gonna cut it. And then when they release the dvd they were gonna put it back in and the footage was lost. One it's one of the. There's a treasure out there somewhere. Maybe maybe the footage isn't entirely lost. I give anything anything to see. The choreography the fossey brings to coffee break. Because he said elsewhere the two pieces in this show that he was proudest of were coffee break and a secretary and obviously we secretary is not a toy is such a wonderful number in this film. We'll get to that but.

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Volcanoes On Mars Could Be Still Active

Astronomy Cast

02:37 min | 6 months ago

Volcanoes On Mars Could Be Still Active

"Bars is cold and dead today but the massive volcanoes tell us what the planet used to be like millions and even billions of years ago. But how volcanically. Active is the planet today. That's what nasa mars insight. Lander is to figure out alright. Bars insight volcanoes is there active volcanoes on mars. Today may be and in. This is such a new result. We picked this topic before the science result was published through peer review. And it's kind of awesome when randomness like that occurs. There is a new paper out with lead. Author david horvath and it discusses. How in serbia's fosse there appears to have been explosive. Volkan ism only as within the last fifty thousand years fifty thousand. Wow and soon that's rabid. That counts as active vulcan. Ism today and what's kind of awesome. Is that location. Matches up loosely. With where insight has seen some well seismic activity. Okay so then the question. So i guess the answer then is maybe. Let's let's go back to the beginning here now. I don't know if we've actually done. We haven't done an episode on insight in detail yet. I don't think so. So can you just give a brief overview of what mars insight is. Is there to do so. This is a fabulous little spacecraft that has proven that sometimes a world can defeat the most well intentioned of spacecraft insight landed on mars with two major missions. The first one was to put down a seismograph that would be able to detect faint earthquakes. And it's such a sensitive seismograph that it can see the waves of an earthquake if everything is perfect not just propagate through the world once but actually bounced through multiple times and because of this they can use a single seismograph to do the kind of science that we require multiple seismographs to do here on earth. Were things are a little bit more noisy because we have like trucks mining and things like that.

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Gabriel Sosa's billboards offer messages of hope in Boston communities hit hard by COVID-19

Radio Boston

04:20 min | 9 months ago

Gabriel Sosa's billboards offer messages of hope in Boston communities hit hard by COVID-19

"You've seen them. It's a series of bright colorful billboards with powerful messages of hope in english and spanish like one in roslindale square big bright letters against a solid background. It ain't easy but keep going. The inside bill unsigned billboards. They've appeared in east boston. Roslindale roxbury dorchester. Boston communities hit particularly hard by covid nineteen and they are the work of gabriel sosa. So says grew up in miami and is now a visiting lecturer at the massachusetts college of art and design artist teacher translator and we spoke with gabriel sosa recently about his art. Heidi thanks for having me. It's great to have you so i there's so much i wanna talk about both in sort of form and message but let's start with message. It is a simple hopeful loving message. How did you land on it and sort of the variations of the messages. You're using it came from a long process. I was scheduled to have a public art project at some point in the spring or summer of twenty twenty i had been thinking about the different ways that that could take place and listen to the pandemic and then i really came upon this idea of. What can an artist offer right now. And i thought well you know arts can offer. Space for critical reflection can offer a space for comfort and is based on solidarity and then they use of the words. North fascinated me growing up in miami in a cuban american community. Those words are so intelligible cross spanish speaking countries. There's this kind of special flavor of solidarity with that. You can be standing in the long line and someone will look back at you. Either miami or havana. And say hey. North fosse's limits this way of saying you know. Hey i got you. That's where that spirit came from. And then it just seem logical thinking about my My bilingual miss my cultural mess and the large finnish speaking population in boston that it made sense to offer both in english and spanish. This new fascinating easy. Let's talk about this idea of solidarity. Which you you say. This work expresses these messages of hang in there. Keep going express. What does it mean to you. And and how do these billboards express a kind of solidarity. It means that you understand someone that you are wish them and hopefully that expresses itself in some way to be on on the same page to know where someone is coming from. Why is that so important right now. Well needless to say the world has changed right before our eyes were about a year into this pandemic things that seem sort of unthinkable or almost a little sifi for us have become normal and not only the pandemic but also in this country everything the twenty twenty brought us and i think just being able to to say to someone look i. I know what you're going through or i can sympathize with you. I think he's just one of the most important gestures that anyone can make. Let's talk about the medium. you chose for minute. We we just finished talking about the message. Producer jamie bologna. And i were both so struck by your choice to use billboards. I think we share a fondness for billboards and the you know that sort of passing way. They communicate with people in their communities in their daily life. What made you land on. Billboards came from a place of my being interested in text in the public space in this kind of range from things like bumper stickers window signs street signs painted on ashfall adopt myself. Would something i can do that. Shares message that considers social distancing that's visible and then sort of seemed like a logical option and there's also such a rich history of artists that have used billboards as a media. I mean there's spending coincides thrown is there's crew gird at scott so it was really exciting for me to tap into that traditions. Well

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Gabriel Sosa's billboards offer messages of hope in Boston communities hit particularly hard by COVID-19

Radio Boston

04:20 min | 9 months ago

Gabriel Sosa's billboards offer messages of hope in Boston communities hit particularly hard by COVID-19

"You've seen them. It's a series of bright colorful billboards with powerful messages of hope in english and spanish like one in roslindale square big bright letters against a solid background. It ain't easy but keep going. The inside bill unsigned billboards. They've appeared in east boston. Roslindale roxbury dorchester. Boston communities hit particularly hard by covid nineteen and they are the work of gabriel sosa. So says grew up in miami and is now a visiting lecturer at the massachusetts college of art and design artist teacher translator and we spoke with gabriel sosa recently about his art. Heidi thanks for having me. It's great to have you so i there's so much i wanna talk about both in sort of form and message but let's start with message. It is a simple hopeful loving message. How did you land on it and sort of the variations of the messages. You're using it came from a long process. I was scheduled to have a public art project at some point in the spring or summer of twenty twenty i had been thinking about the different ways that that could take place and listen to the pandemic and then i really came upon this idea of. What can an artist offer right now. And i thought well you know arts can offer. Space for critical reflection can offer a space for comfort and is based on solidarity and then they use of the words. North fascinated me growing up in miami in a cuban american community. Those words are so intelligible cross spanish speaking countries. There's this kind of special flavor of solidarity with that. You can be standing in the long line and someone will look back at you. Either miami or havana. And say hey. North fosse's limits this way of saying you know. Hey i got you. That's where that spirit came from. And then it just seem logical thinking about my My bilingual miss my cultural mess and the large finnish speaking population in boston that it made sense to offer both in english and spanish. This new fascinating easy. Let's talk about this idea of solidarity. Which you you say. This work expresses these messages of hang in there. Keep going express. What does it mean to you. And and how do these billboards express a kind of solidarity. It means that you understand someone that you are wish them and hopefully that expresses itself in some way to be on on the same page to know where someone is coming from. Why is that so important right now. Well needless to say the world has changed right before our eyes were about a year into this pandemic things that seem sort of unthinkable or almost a little sifi for us have become normal and not only the pandemic but also in this country everything the twenty twenty brought us and i think just being able to to say to someone look i. I know what you're going through or i can sympathize with you. I think he's just one of the most important gestures that anyone can make. Let's talk about the medium. you chose for minute. We we just finished talking about the message. Producer jamie bologna. And i were both so struck by your choice to use billboards. I think we share a fondness for billboards and the you know that sort of passing way. They communicate with people in their communities in their daily life. What made you land on. Billboards came from a place of my being interested in text in the public space in this kind of range from things like bumper stickers window signs street signs painted on ashfall adopt myself. Would something i can do that. Shares message that considers social distancing that's visible and then sort of seemed like a logical option and there's also such a rich history of artists that have used billboards as a media. I mean there's spending coincides thrown is there's crew gird at scott so it was really exciting for me to tap into that traditions. Well

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"fosse" Discussed on Eu tava la

Eu tava la

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"fosse" Discussed on Eu tava la

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"fosse" Discussed on Eu tava la

Eu tava la

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"fosse" Discussed on Eu tava la

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Machines as kin or the new colonisers? Indigenous tech revolutionaries rethinking A.I

Science Friction

07:30 min | 1 year ago

Machines as kin or the new colonisers? Indigenous tech revolutionaries rethinking A.I

"Consider the machines. We make the robots we build the artificial intelligences the way programming. They're all designed to serve us rush. We have dominion over them. Not over us will follow a woman and technologists. Angie la believes this way of thinking about machines. It's like a computer bug in the program of western civilization and it's been programmed into all manner of things when we think about the different types of some call aji or agriculture or and then when we think about humans we can also refer slavery this the million over protocol comes from this understanding that men not women or not animal but man sits on top of all things in has priority over all manner of things within our world be and so what happens then is that we've got serious problems that are evolving within west and technologies. Mike technologies much critical technologies and cyber. Come out of the wool machine and so when we think about the origins of most of western technology. It's really problematic. The bias that we're finding in these systems. It's not a bug feature right. it's a feature white supremacy right. it's a feature of a worldview that understands the world and the people in in a particular way and so it. It shouldn't be a surprise to anybody that we're running into these problems and also why we keep running into them and we're gonna keep running into them. As long as we keep designing out of the same mindset which is a nicer mindset jason lewis as director of the initiative for indigenous futures and koterec's. What's called the aboriginal territories in cyberspace research network. He's professor in design and computation arts at concordia university in montreal. He's hawaiian and samoan but grew up in california. After he was adopted at six months. Old angie abdulah is found 'em boss woman of an indigenous consultancy called old ways new and on science fiction. I join you may natasha mitchell. For nine quakes. Celebration of aboriginal and torres strait islander. Culture always was always will be is the thing this year recognizing that first nations people have occupied and cared for these straddling continent for over sixty five thousand years. But jason angie want to extend that thinking to digital continents. Dj land as well and ask. How could the future of artificial intelligence look different. If more indigenous people are in the driver's seat what happens. If we actually consciously tried to take indigenous worldviews and use that as a starting point for building the systems thinking hard about how the technology we use as they're being constructed you know come out of a very particular sort of philosophical lineage. You know that sort of like kind of post enlightenment. Scientific revolution sort of like this emphasis on parasitism post cartesian of like you know the world is dividing these two to the physical world and then the spiritual world and they don't actually really needs you know all these things actually kind of inspect our assumptions about what technology is and what it could be. So what happens when you sort of take a different worldview rice or what happens if you take saying. Indigenous worldview a hawaiian worldview mohawk view. That doesn't have that clinton's duality right. That thinks about things in terms of their relationship to each other including if not in some ways privileging the non human right because that's also part of that intellectual lineage. Ride is the no man literally man not human. Man is the heightened center accretion that everything is sort of judged a comparison to him and also. He's only person really. Were talking to. But that's not the indigenous. Fosse's that i know of you know where there's the sense of relation even not only my in relationships are all other humans around the and i need to sort of be responsible to that and be reciprocal with that. But i'm also relationship with the non humans and i've been relationship with from the from the western context. We call things. So how does that change your approach to designing technology to extend this idea. You and colleagues explored the idea of making keen with machines. This idea that we have kinship relationships with non human entities like machines like artificial intelligences like robots. I mean tell us more about that because it it's one thing to incorporate a bird or a river or a tree or like haitian into your idea of kinship. Wouldn't miss shane bay. In a different category altogether. The machines are part of the natural world right so one of inheritances from this western monotheistic way of looking at things. Is this idea that there is something that is artificial in the world right. But they're made out of minerals in things drawn from the earth. It's just that we've crafted them in a particular way but they didn't come from some other real. They're not not part of the natural environment. And so i think that for me. That inside is one of the key insights. Okay we're creating this category which is really about separating ourselves from the things that we make out of this desire to use them and use them as we will and not have to worry or think about them and harrison to be provocative. Save them if we're talking about strong artificial intelligences that idea that artificial intelligence might one die possess will be designed to have consciousness. Then right we will necessarily be enslaving them. So yeah. what do you do when you've created a conscious being and if your mindset all along has been this is a tool. This is a tool the tool. I made it. I get to control it. Then you're going to run into some real problems right and we we already know. Western science has been used over and over again to justify labeling other people as non human. That's part of how the colonization of the americas and the pacific happened right. that's part of the justification is that they're not really human so we don't really have to worry about them. It's part of how then slave limit of say. Black people in the new world was justified. Because they're not really human so we can treat them however we like so we've already laid down a template. Many templates of you know making these judgments about what is worthy of our relationship is worthy of being in some kind of conversation with and there's a danger that will replay that template again with these machines.

Trump and Biden hit campaign trail after dueling town halls

About Federal Benefits with Winter Troxel

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Trump and Biden hit campaign trail after dueling town halls

"Inviting campaigns preparing for multiple stops heading into the final couple weeks of the campaign. President Trump have a busy day ahead of him. He's going making those multiple campaign stops in Wisconsin and Michigan, then spending the night out in Las Vegas dividing campaign here in Delaware today, but the former vice president was holding multiple campaign stops this week, including in Michigan last night. Biden had a chance to speak to supporters about a number of different issues, including the auto industry, Corona virus and healthcare during that visit to South field outside of Detroit, But the former vice president refused to talk to reporters about accusations being made against his son Hunter and whether emails allegedly sent by the Bidens show any improper behaviour. Meantime, Biden's running mate, California Senator Kamala Harris, is off the campaign trail This weekend, she decided to postpone Travel and in person events until Monday, after two people Harris staffer and a flight crew member tested positive for Kobe Fosse's Mark MEREDITH.

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"fosse" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"fosse" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

"Or when you like. Okay? Yep. Just wait wait, be patient because things like that could happen in whatever sense the teacher don't want to get your lesson somebody that didn't like that. You were sharing this or wage just the energy attached to it. You know, don't don't share this that happened to you until it's really done a further along because it might not come true. Just hang on to it just dead. So just to speak with yourself, right and I think in this day of social media both of those but as far as discretion and also just giving yourself time to to think through something rather than just react this way to it. I think both of those traits are something that a lot of people on social media. Yeah to learn for sure a little bit to be more just to be much hair entire personal life. Keep some things to yourself know keep something private and protect them and keep them precious, you know, but that's learning you learn that the hard way and then that's how you like. Oh, okay. I'm going to put this it's so tricky. Social media tricking you want to be out because he thought it you gotta be out there and you gotta take part and but sometimes you don't want to share and you want to but you've got to bring the game so it's full balance yesterday. So I acted yeah trying to balance it. And so number five this might lead us into the last question. What what advice has marriage the most to you that you've been given? enjoy Enjoy, yes for disciplines. And yes, we want to be as perfect as we can which no such thing. Right but don't be so hard on yourself. That'd be kind to yourself and We're only passing through. Life is short. So while you have it really really be in the moment and enjoy it because everything fleas nothing is forever in the only constant thing is changing why we said that so it always just be very conscious when you're in the way you treat people in the way. You treat opportunities. Sometimes we're like I want to do this. I don't know just know that other people would kill to have it or that this is just here for now. You could be in a very different place later. Sometimes you're up until you're not but the world goes round. So so that is very very true. And that should keep you humble and that should keep your feet on the ground knowing that nothing is forever. Everything is passing by and you are passing. So do your best have fun? Enjoy the dance and leave leave a good mom. I love that. I love that. Yeah. I imagine that that's something that you're imparting to to your new children your stepchildren at this point little little teaching them and you know, my little one cuz I've been in their lives for more than three years now. So my little one is seven so we met when she was four. So she talks like and I'm like sorry. Yeah, sorry about that wonderful and no one notices and nobody here. And so I kind of want to like come here a little while under my way. Like I want to take her off a teacher because she's like a little meaning of like, I know you're not mine, but she's all this to say that she's the youngest one in the one that that that is still very pure and and I want to teach her all these things to wage stay humble need to treat everyone nicely and love she's such a bundle of love. And so she doesn't judge anybody and she's got so special about her and I want to keep her that way and I want to make sure about that but she stays that way just love love love love and to try and not to be scared of anything fear. That's the thing to be Ledger faith. Do then your fears. That's something that we need to teach everybody around us. Yes. That's I think one of the things all of us as human beings are here on this Earth to learn to be able to conquer your fears. And if there's something that frightens you is there something that is offered to you and you're not doing it because you're scared doing more more the reason do it even more go for it. If it scares you if I could do it even more there's a reason why you got a heel that I'm not to do that and it's only in the challenge of that we learn it's only in the risks that we take that we will grow. Otherwise if you don't fall off and screw up, how are you going to how we know what we're capable of go for it and make mistakes and fall down get up dust yourself off. And now when you do it again. How are you going to do with this time? How are you going to do a different? So always make sure that you learn it because if you don't the universe sends you the same situation over and over again until you freaking her on it. So learn it. It's just figure out the way the universe works figuring it out a few games or if you look at it that way there's a certain law to helping happen. Could you put out is what you get in return? So just put on good. Just remember when you're going to do something next to somebody or something about that nice know it's going to come back to you. They're going to give you the bill. It's going to come back at some point. So yeah, you know keep saying the light signal light bulb don't forget to subscribe to the wind mean newsletter by going to why I'll never make it. Com.

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"fosse" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"fosse" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Twitter feed during a game's a Specimen elimination game. And then I sent you a text the other day because my son does the same thing completely ignore school and watches the A's from home and he's already texting and he's already pissed about Mike. Fire starting, But look, you gotta start writing today. Can't start, man. I there now 15 0 against lefties and I was looking at the splits, and it's It's very Very different readyto lefty Ray Fosse at 10. 30 is going to join us. Dame Dunning, by the way, is the White Sox pitcher who dominated poor competition but struggling the last couple of starts against the Indians. And the Cubs. So hopefully that continues, so we've got the great Ray Fosse to talk about the game at 10 30. It is the Tim Ryan. I think they call it the bull rush, but he likes he prefers the rip move. He's going to join us from 11 to noon to talk everything about the 40 Niners. We just like to call the Tim Ryan power hour. Then, as you said, a lot of issues around the NFL with the Steelers and the Titans being postponed, he's going to join us. At 12 30. Then we got a late call from Sal pal, your buddy Sal Paolantonio Nof course sound of your shoeshine box. He's awesome, and he could talk all about the ESPN. But he is in Philadelphia. So obviously we'll talk about the Eagles. Sell Powerball ashes in Philadelphia. He's the mayor of He's a man, and as such there, we'll get into obviously eagles with him, and Carson's already has six interceptions with that's going on. So I'll ask him all about those things. So a tremendous guest list to rip off the knob once again today, the one thing I was I was reviewing the sales game was. What did you think of? What do you think of the live mikes? Justin Turner had it. Canada had it and I was thinking what if Canada had to make that catch while he was talking to Dave and Jessica Mendoza now he didn't. It was the inning before, and he was making jokes about it, which I thought was awesome. The next inning. But I'm all for all access for the fans. I think it's very cool, but a playoff game All Star Game one thing playoff game That's well elimination game couldn't lose yesterday. So we I noticed that we're doing this show, so I did not see the can it catch for some reason. Maybe you distracted me That's going to stop today when the started known Tim Ryan comes in 11. You'll get very, very little for May I let him do this will be a change of a Let him do all the talking. That would be great to take on watch baseball, But I did not see the can it catch until I watched the game back. This morning, and it was a terrific play, and it was right before I did see the interaction. We talked about them. Mike and Kanna during the game. And my first I saw you. It was just during a break when I watched it live, and I thought it was just okay. I watched it back this morning. The catch was terrific. But he was even better when he got might. I mean, he was really playful? Hey, talked about the catch. That was a tricky one, and he said, I played it perfectly, and it was funny. Hey, doesn't play left field every day. We played right field the day before. So I thought it was terrific. What was and I think Flam and And Jessica asked all the right questions, and I handled it perfectly to take you inside the game. The batter in the box he was talking about. And I don't see him buggy whip in here and pulling the ball is going to go straight up the middle. He appears to be on the ball, so I'm not gonna play to the poolside. I did want to know about. You know what he pulled out the notes in the cap. Which they used to have in the back pocket or try to hide him a little bit and where to play in the outfield, and I don't know if the Dodgers were the first team to do it, but I remember the Dodgers really doing it with far on there. What 45 years ago. You know what are the landmarks where they actually saying? I actually thought they should go and spray paint on the grass, you know, set up here for Tim Anderson. Where did my goto I have landmarks that I have a GPS track. Just upto left right there. Stop right there. But he was saying, You know, we're athletes and we're smart and we'll move around. I thought it was really interesting, but I was surprised that the manager of the age did not know that he was Mike at all. Which may have been a good thing. Because I'm not sure he would have allowed it. And Bob Melvin is the great communicator. But you're in the middle of Ah Of a huge game. I don't think it would have distracted him. But we'll find out with Ray Fosse thinks about it. I thought it was I thought it was really Ah. It was great. It was a great touch to the game. And there's one thing to do it in the spring training and all Star games Bryce Harper and in flipping his hair out in the outfield and lost our game, Nobody cares. We noticed the Cardinal second Basement. A shortstop got Mike on a Sunday night game, but to do it in elimination game, then you mentioned Justin Turner. It's extra, obviously for the fans. They're trying to win back America after what happened this year with the labor impasse, and all of that. So I enjoyed it. I just, You know, I wonder. What did Billie know about it to David Force know about it if the manager didn't know about it? That's interesting. So just for that. But the one thing you mentioned Derek and now that the Raiders are gone, and they're in Vegas And the Warriors are in playing right now. His his sports obsession is the ace. And I thought J. Fleming. Jessica Mendoza did a greatjob Dave's in Charlotte, North Carolina. I mean, there was one fly ball by Sean Murphy right before and extending and his bomb. That clearly was foul. I mean, I don't think there was much debate. I was surprised to come so long to look it over. Dave had no idea what he's in Charlotte, and he said he had 16 screens in front of him. 16 screens. What? Hey, watch it. So, but how hard would that be to call the game so far away? And there's things going on that you just want to see And if he's got 16 screens, there's probably showing them you know everything. But the one thing Derek and this is just I think it's the The ears of the listener. And Derek loves Flynn. You know, and Derek was young. He would come on the road with us. You saw anchorman with flam years ago and I love's flame. But he said he texted me. Flem launch the age to lose like he's getting out through because flame does Giants and Dave Wass. I want to say critical But he first guest Liam Hendriks got up at 7 30 last night. Yesterday. This score was five. Nothing. So it was like, Wow, you're bringing him in. But it was a part of the order where you wanted to get the big outs, but he didn't pitch well. You want up throwing 49 Deke, you know, struggled a little bit, so that was so deep ball was was rocketed to say at the end, Yeah, for the last out, but it was right at the second baseman..

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Brazil's Environmentalists Worry Fire Season Will Worsen Amazon's Deforestation

Environment: NPR

04:00 min | 1 year ago

Brazil's Environmentalists Worry Fire Season Will Worsen Amazon's Deforestation

"A year ago, there was an international outcry over his surge in the number of fires in the Brazilian Amazon. Now, as fire season gets underway there, the rainforest is facing the threat of even more destruction in the first ten days of this month more than ten thousand fires were detected NPR's Philip. Reeve says that number's up from last year? Fosse's in the Amazon is off to a terrible start. Brazil's environmentalists worried it's president is not thoroughfares starting. Yard Four. Judah. Story that Amazon is going up in flames is alive says Boston. We must combat this with true numbers. He says, the numbers that Boston auto dismisses the Lai come from satellite data collected by Brazil's space research agency. These show fires in the first ten days of this month are up on the same time last year by seventeen percent. There's also plenty of evidence on the ground them European neo a scenario. Dave. Dave still being. Bunch English Niche Flavio Terracini lives in Porta value a city in the Amazon state of from Bonia he teaches biology local university Tennessee on his porch when NPR reaches him by WHATSAPP, all signal and the key advice you fall off came on the forest, the Muslim. He says, he's holding pieces of burned leaves in his hand drifted in from the forest. He can see a lot of smoke on the horizon. He says, it's making the some red here in on a pool. There are fires all around us ash is falling in our homes or Richard Doug, every year Jane Dwyer is an American born Catholic nun who's taken Brazilian nationality. On Apu is a small town in the forest by a river that eventually flows into the Amazon. She's been there for decades helping impoverished farmers protect their land rights. Sister Dwyer says, the fires there haven't yet reached frightening levels but what is frightening is that the forest is coming now she's talking about illegal loggers even pandemic that cutting down trees dwyer says, she can hear them. We can hear it. We live where where the road is they take down in during the day and at night, the trucks are going every single night last August was the worst month for five is in the Brazilian Amazon in nearly a decade. Many of these are deliberately set by farmers clearing already deforested land for cattle. Deforestation rose in the twelve months to July third on the year before. So this Moorland to burn. International pressure on both NATO is growing foreign investors a threatening to pull funds from Brazil unless he does a far better job of protecting the forest most scenario is defending his government's performance Nasi you. And? We're doing a tremendous amount. He says. He punched to the fact that deforestation dipped for the month of July in May Boston narrow sent thousands of troops to the forest to help police it. It's too soon to save. That's making a difference since taking office Bolsonaro has weakened government environmental protection agencies. And the Alan Carr of the Amazon Environmental Research Institute believes the army lacks the expertise to protect the Amazon. We have institutions that have been dealing with the have a strategy to that. So when you give that job to another institution, it seems like it has to start everything again with the willed focused on the corona virus pandemic environmentalists fair the destruction in the Amazon won't get the attention. It deserves sister Jane thinks in her part of the forest this year it'll be even worse areas where there's more far coming down this year than last. So the fires will be worse put breeze NPR news reddish

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Leon Trotsky assassination attempt - May 24, 1940

This Day in History Class

03:45 min | 1 year ago

Leon Trotsky assassination attempt - May 24, 1940

"APP on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. This Day in history class is a production of iheartradio. Hey y'all I'm eaves and welcome to this day in History Class. A podcast for people who could never know enough about history today is may twenty fourth twenty twenty. The Day was may twenty fourth nineteen forty Mexican artists. W fosse GAYDOS and Stalinist agent. Gula Vich along with a crew of hitmen attempted to donate Leon Trotsky Trotsky was a Soviet revolutionary and Marxist threats who was a leading figure in the Bolshevik movement under Vladimir Lenin after Lennon died in nineteen twenty four and Joseph. Stalin rose to power in the Communist Party in Soviet Union Chomsky emerged. As one of Stalin's main critics and opponents Trotsky was against the increasingly bureaucratic Soviet state and called for more democracy in the Communist Party. He thought that the Stalinist policy of socialism and one country would hinder efforts for World Revolution in Nineteen Twenty Five. Trotsky was removed from his post in the war commissariat. The next year he was dropped from the Polit Bureau and in nineteen twenty seven he and his supporters were expelled from the Communist Party. In January of Nineteen Twenty eight Trotsky was exiled to a tie and Soviet Central Asia. He lived there for a year before he his wife and their son were expelled from the Soviet Union and sent to Turkey but he continued to write and criticize Stalin as well as people who had opposed Stalin but has settled for the regime. Trotsky settled on the Turkey island of principle where he stayed for four years. He completed his autobiography and his three volume history of the Russian revolution some of his supporters volunteer to serve as his bodyguards but in nineteen three Chomsky and his family were offered asylum in France soon enough. He was no longer welcome in France either and he moved to Norway then Mexico where he had been granted asylum skis settled in Koya con area of Mexico City at the Blue House the home of painter Diego Rivera and free to Carlo and he continued to write completing the revolution betrayed in one thousand nine hundred eighty six but in a series of trials in the late. Nineteen thirties many so-called old bolsheviks were found guilty of treason and imprisoned or executed many of the defendants confessed to having plotted with Trotsky to kill Stalin and other Soviet leaders Trotsky was found guilty of treason in absentia and sentenced to death on May twenty fourth. Nineteen forty Stalinist agent. Iosif Grigorovich

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Here's What We're Watching During Quarantine

Filmspotting

05:38 min | 1 year ago

Here's What We're Watching During Quarantine

"I've had for years box. Dvd set that celebrates the Chicago Bulls six championships in the nineteen nineties. The title is NBA Dynasty Series Chicago Bulls Real quick takeaways couple takeaways Scottie. Pippen totally underrated. I I mean. I know he's considered a legend and one of the top fifty basketball players all time. But but he's even better than that as far as the goat discussion. Greatest of all time between Jordan and Lebron James. All right I conceded. I think it was a year or so ago that Lebron has probably taken that title. I'm more than willing to be argued that I'm more than willing to be argued wrong as a Chicagoan but one thing is for sure after going through some of these. Dvd's Jordan is so much more fun to watch. I mean he just. He spent so much time doing beautiful things. High up in the air way above Lebron's had would have been so That's just a blast to watch now. You can't this is kind of a sneaky. Pick you can't stream this. Dvd set so. I'll take this occasion as an excuse to mentioned that. Espn's ten part Michael Jordan Doc. The last eight they move that up it was gonNA come out on June nineteenth. Yup the release date is April nineteenth. So obviously I can't wait for that listeners. I can maybe loan you my bulls box set because it isn't streaming but otherwise just look for the last dance this weekend on ESPN. I will be watching it. Yeah I have not seen the set that you are watching but I cannot wait for Sunday night. When the ten part doc starts it's been this mythical thing that's been rumored to be in production or potentially production for some time new house coming out and ESPN wisely bumping that up. I think it's something that a lot of people just like us are going to be watching my number three these fall under the category of blind spots and in this case there is a specific hook to Josh. Though it wasn't by design all explain it's my unofficial slash official. Bruce SURTEES MARATHON. So one day. I realize I'm kind of running out of options in terms of things that are really hooking me on net flicks and I know that there are some things I should get to real cinematic blind spots that have been mentioned on the show over the years that I feel regret about but they just seem heavy. I'm not ready for it yet. I need stuff. That's under two hours. I can knock it out and I needed to be reasonably entertaining but I do still WanNa feel like I'm getting some homework done. I do still want to feel like I've crossed something off my list that I felt for some time that I needed to get to so I went over to Amazon prime. And one of the things that popped up happen to be dirty Harry the first dirty Harry movie with Clint. Eastwood Don Siegel directed and right away. I realized how stylishly shot it was and so after I watched it I looked up who the DP was and I see that. It's Bruce Surtees. I think yeah I know that name. I can't really tell you what else he's done. I don't know much about his history's legacy at all but that is a name I have heard and oh I'll just file that away okay. So what's next? Couple of days later I go back to prime one of the film's POPs up. Lennie the Bob. Fosse directed film about Lenny. Bruce and that really is one for me. I've always been ashamed because I adore. Is You know all that jazz. Fosse's film I like cabaret quite a bit as well and in the TV series Fossey Verdon some of the making of Lenny POPs up in that TV series it. Of course POPs up in all that jazz as well. A lot of cutting to scenes of the fosse alter Ego Joe Gideon cutting the movie. That would become lenny so it was kind of just been a joke for me that I've never watched this film. I decide I'm going to sit. And Watch Lenny and. I'm watching the credits. And whose name POPs up is responsible for the Black and white cinematography. It's Bruce Thirty so then decide okay. Well this is just too convenient too much of a coincidence. We're going to make this happen and I'll give you just a little bit of background on him. Is He a name? That's familiar to you at all Josh. Young familiar with the name. I don't think I would have been able to identify any of his movies though right so he got his start as a camera. Operator working with Don Siegel and especially on Siegel and Clint Eastwood Films in the late. Nineteen sixty so movies like two mules for sister Sarah and Cubans Bluff and then his first role as a cinematographer. As the director of photography was Nineteen. Seventy-one it was the beguiled so that Seagal Directing Eastwood and then play misty for me followed that where he was working with eastward again but this time Eastwood as director that was his debut he died in twenty twelve and if you look at his. Imdb the early two thousands in the nineties were not good to surtees out of maybe twenty. Titles there's not one that really stands out as essential viewing and even at the end of the eighties. The decade closed for surtees with rat boy back to the beach and licensed to drive in the eighties for him was otherwise filled with a lot of eastwood's stuff prior to that so movies like Fire Fox and tight rope and sudden impact even honky. Tonk man his heyday really was the nineteen seventies which brought me to night moves. This is an Arthur Penn. Early Bleak Neo Noir starring Gene Hackman as a former football player turned disillusioned private. I would other type of private. I is there in the seventies and it's all set within the movie business so it's reflexive to in the mode of Altman's the long goodbye and then the one I most recently watched was another Eastwood blindspot. Which is Pale writer?

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"fosse" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"fosse" Discussed on KCRW

"Know if Bob Fosse like Mike doesn't just accept this ridiculous idea he doubles down on it he decides to add for sexy female dancers thank low rent American spice girls and he sticks top forty tunes from Madonna and Paula Abdul inexplicably into the middle of the show the play will stop the songs will start and the girls will thanks yes I just feel like with all the strange request from a market making I can't make this show good so I might as well make it really bad you know have you ever directed a musical with dancing and so in order to compromise everything he believes and to do something he was utterly unqualified to do Mike comes up with a fantastic rationalization he will turn this massive artistic mistake into his greatest artistic achievement I'm like what if what if we make a documentary about this thing and then the saying yes becomes sort of doubly amazing because whatever happens is going to be interesting for the film so even if something horrible had even if the place horrible even if you know whatever it strange things occur it's going to be good for the film so I started to develop this mantra in my head bad is good that is good bad play good film bad experience in India good for the film instead of hiring a stage manager Mike hires our mutual friend to film everything that happens on the trip with a massive borrowed video camera then he casts his production the two leads to start learning their lines in their songs in the dancer start practicing their Madonna dances so what is the trip I don't really know I've got a vague date as to when we're leaving and coming back in three cities that suppose we were traveling in that's it that's all I know I any any even that you know that's the word.

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How Long Can the Coronavirus Last on Surfaces?

BrainStuff

07:20 min | 1 year ago

How Long Can the Coronavirus Last on Surfaces?

"Let's talk about how long viruses can live on surfaces because between all those door handles credit card keypads and even our own cell phones we interact with so many services daily. I mean even if you don't hand your phone over to everyone you meet. You probably put down on say a table that other people have touched. And that's a fact of life but some of what we colloquially called germs that is viruses bacteria and other microbes that can cause infections and our bodies. Some germs can survive on surfaces outside of our bodies long enough to spread from one person to another. There's unfortunately no hard and fast rule for how long viruses in general can live on surfaces part of the uncertainties because viruses are diverse and have variety of surface survival rates the type of surface and environmental temperature and humidity. All come into play too so which surfaces are safe to touch. And how often do we need to disinfect? Them but wait. Let's back up a step what are viruses and are they even alive in the first place things that we generally considered to be living have more or less standalone ability to eat grow and reproduce a single cell. Bacteria or fungi. Or even sell from your body can do all those things because they contain the genetic instructions to do so plus the enzymes to carry out those instructions but viruses. Don't they have the genetic instructions DNA or RNA? But they don't have the right enzymes to create the chemical reactions necessary for reproduction. Instead viruses need a host cell which can be bacteria fungi or a plant or animal including a human a virus will attack a host cell and released its genetic instructions which hijacked the host cell's enzymes to make new viruses. That's good for the virus but generally bad for the host without a host cell virus can't survive long term however it does have a short window of time during which it can stay functional in hopes of infecting a new host and attaching to a host cell. Outside of a host viruses can either stay intact and remain infectious or they can degrade to the point that they're merely identifiable which means that you'll still be able to identify them from their genetic material but they won't be capable of seeking out an attacking host cells at the point that a virus on a surface is only identifiable. It won't be able to cause harm. The length of time that viruses can remain infectious on surfaces varies greatly there are baseline differences between viruses for example Rhino viruses. The viruses that are mostly responsible for the common cold will last for less than an hour on surfaces others such as norovirus which is a virus that can cause vomiting and diarrhea can last for weeks. Which is why. Norovirus can easily spread both through infected people and through contaminated foods and surfaces. There are several types of corona viruses. Most cause mild symptoms and are responsible along with rhinovirus is for the common cold but three types are known for causing more serious diseases. Moore's SARS and cove nineteen and because the corona virus that causes cove in nineteen is novel. The research into how long it can last on surfaces is new and ongoing a study published online on March Thirteenth of two thousand twenty by researchers at the National Institutes of health the US Centers for Disease Control and prevention and multiple universities compared the novel corona virus with the Corona virus that causes severe acute respiratory syndrome. Or SARS this is the most closely related. Human Corona virus to cove in nineteen and was responsible for the two thousand three epidemic. This study which has not been peer reviewed as of this recording found that the two viruses have similar viability in the environment which is to say not a whole whole lot. Something between rhinovirus and norovirus. The study determined that novel Corona Virus Can remain infectious for up to three days on stainless steel and plastic surfaces but survival on other surfaces was lower just one day on cardboard and four hours on copper and it was lowest at all in the air just up to three hours but keep in mind. Numbers are the maximum for the viability of the virus viruses. Start to degrade pretty immediately. When they're not an host the longer they're in the air or on a surface exponentially fewer of them will remain infectious. And if your immune system is working okay a lot of individual viruses need to get into your body either via your bucase membranes like your eyes nose mouth or via cuts in your skin in order for you to get infected. That's why direct person to person contact stilled easiest way for Corona virus to spread. And why everyone's telling you to wash your hands before touching your face. It's also why we don't have more precise numbers for how long corona virus or any virus for that matter. No matter how long they've been studied can last on surfaces. We spoke by email with Dr Alicia. Cray post doctoral fellow in epidemiology at emory university she said generally survival of pathogens on FEMME LIGHTS. Which are objects or materials likely to carry? Infection is determined by inoculating a surface with a known quantity virus and then sampling at various time intervals to determine the amount recovered. Scientists uses information to estimate a decay curve for the pathogen on the particular surface which can be extrapolated to longer time intervals the NIH and CDC team that studied surface variation for corona virus is still researching. They're looking into corona virus viability from snot versus phlegm versus poop as well as in varying environmental conditions because although viruses have differing baseline rates of survival on surfaces additional factors affect their ability to endure outside of a host like temperature humidity and properties of the surface itself. Cray said in general viruses survived longest at lower temperatures higher humidity and on non porous surfaces like stainless steel. However some viruses do well at low humidity. There have been a lot of theories about whether corona virus will lessen during warmer months because dry cold air like in the winter tends to provide favorable conditions for flu transmission. But we simply don't know yet. Dr Anthony Fosse Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases explained during the March Thirteenth Twenty twenty CNN facebook global corona virus. Townhall that when considering the viability of a virus on various substances it's probably measured in a couple of hours while he recommends wiping down surfaces like doorknobs and cell phone screens. When you can. He cautioned against worrying about things like money and mail and the end despite the differences in viability on surfaces among pathogens fo- MITES and contexts. The number one recommendation for preventing the spread of viruses is standard. If you've touched a shared surface wash your hands before you touch your face or any part of your body that might have a cut or other skin abrasion. The human skin is great. If keeping out cold and flu viruses a thanks to its PH porous nature. They survived for only about twenty minutes on our hands.

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"fosse" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"fosse" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Inside on a Kim no call a fall on the floor before the shots Todd Rowe says it's going to go against him I believe it is on her that is her second only five G. falls but that's a second for a camera they don't want to get her with another one so bill sub insuring about back in for her twenty nine twenty four one fifty eight to go first half as you're off the inbounds play no good she had on the ram took a long look but fell office stream of poles down the board you bring into the front court working on the defense of Fosse Fosse working hard and they're going to say that she worked a little too hard they're trying to force a turnover that's Fossey's first seventh team foul now and that'll send you over to the line for a one on one opportunity Huber on the season a sixty seven percent free throw shooter first one is up a good social get the back end of the bonus twenty nine twenty five closes the deacons of band since the very early going and manual as a chance to cut it to three does not that one comes up short tries to go for the rebound Fosse pulled it away but manual bumped into or just a little too aggressive going after her small mess off the free throw there that'll be her second file and she's going to take it sure as.

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'Parasite' Makes History at the Oscars; Picks Up 4 Awards

Kim Komando

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

'Parasite' Makes History at the Oscars; Picks Up 4 Awards

"A big night for a foreign film I'm rob Dustin fox news the ninety second Academy Awards is in the books and we've had lied to Hollywood to check in with faxes Machel Pelino Michelle our site is made history at the Oscars on A. B. C. and the Oscar goes to Paris the first foreign language film to win Best Picture I feel like a very opportune moment in history is happening right now I don't think the whole this on the June hello nineteen seventy four would three Renee Zellweger Joaquin Phoenix picked up the actress and actor awards for Judy and joker once upon a time in Hollywood grab two including Supporting Actor for Brad Pitt and marriage stories Laura Dern also picked up her first Oscar the MMR included tributes to both Kobe Bryant and Kirk Douglas rob Fosse's Michelle Pelino in

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"fosse" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"fosse" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Tony and Shannon Taylor of the stone Fosse's on KNBR sports leader hi boys it is that time I mean we're kind of up against it well to on here for the hour I want I hope you get some special force it is Superbowl we know I think it is yeah it is it is okay yells Rama give them a task you this week with the musical assignment from radio row and if you could tell me what you have up your sleeve well here's the thing man we have a bunch of favorite bands from Florida I mean when was the last time you two were in Florida or just one of you were down there well I'll go first I haven't been in Florida Shannon since all say nineteen last century nineteen nine D. a day some like nineteen ninety two some like that's been a long time yeah I think it's time to relish in some Floridian because swampy music I got up from the chair for me the last time I was here was the turn of the service here nineteen ninety nine yes why yes why who what was no hole no nineteen ninety nine Val I don't know and I don't know there's a quartet of remind one once I you know I wanted Florida bands not knowing I'm telling you that's my last time in Florida in Miami right right I was in South Beach before I went to the Everglades the big savers spying I understand Indian reservation for their four days so Allah that being said and and digested the killer I'd like you to present the group with our assignments yeah now that we've absorbed it and digested it the floor is yours well it's just as it should be let's be honest shells also the new years of Y. two K. with the world's first and yeah everything fits over and fish played from eleven forty five till sunrise what's the longest that you've ever done Shannon longest set you've ever I don't know bright yep with no breaks you heard me move with no break also your freight cat ours was nowhere to go that's respectable yet in sweats well here's a ring steamers every single for without a break well he does a lot of push ups I don't feel like that's necessary for me how do you feel like you get lapped by guy who seventy has moved on Paul it's understood our Florida are Floridian who's sick assignment everybody picks abandoned Florida in Miami because this is the the Miami in Florida is a special place for the forty niner dynasty they want to down there we could win three on Sunday everybody pick a band would you who would like to is if anybody okay go for dark okay I was texting you guys today actually I said I hope you guys are having fun in the land of Mudcrutch and that his first band before he left a couple of those guys behind he still brought then freeze stand is the yeah he brought a you know he left it was kind of sad some of the guys came with him to LA to to create the Heartbreakers do you know which ones Janet on I don't I'm asking you it's a it's a good story Campbell and I'm on well that search they came in with some nice to them yeah god mission and I yes they've made really good music the only real quick just so I know he did you know that of them on tension not long ago played a set with Phil Lesh yeah yeah right I wish I knew had known Jenna go ahead magic happens I I'm a little upset it was here at the game but anyway can a killer well I just want to go with their version is six days on the road they they created a record later on I did as I think it was like a decade ago and they did it in like three days they just did a bunch of life to.

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Gun owners want smart guns on the market but dont want to buy them

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:55 min | 2 years ago

Gun owners want smart guns on the market but dont want to buy them

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by ultimate software dedicated to putting people first with innovative solutions for HR payroll and talent management learn more at ultimatesoftware dot com ultimate software people first and by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation John Kelly founder and CEO at airspace experienced technology gee says in Michigan Revolution is in the air find out what planet earth is doing to help businesses make that possible at planet m dot com. That's P. L. A. N. E. T. M. Dot com eighty percent of gun. Owners thinks smart guns should be on the market but they don't want to buy them from American public public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm molly would this week. Democratic presidential candidates are talking about the problem of gun violence but is there a technology solution that can make guns safer for decades gun manufacturers and even some startups have tried to figure out how to create a smart gun one that could only be fired by the guns owner owner and could be activated by fingerprints or a radio signal sent from the weapon to say a wristband gun researchers call these personalized guns but so far the tech hasn't gone anywhere. CASSANDRA prophecy is deputy director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and research. I asked her what the barriers are. So there are two main concerns. I think that are driving down the potential market for personalized gums and those are cost and concerns about the technology technology and I think one of the challenges were trying to way is that over the last several decades we've had changes in the reasons. People people own firearms forty years ago. The ownership was predominantly for hunting. Now the predominant reason for gun ownership is self defense against other people and if you're concerned about having a firearm to defend yourself in that kind of situation than making sure the technology would work when you want to be able to use use it could be a significant issue when you look at the overall numbers of gun deaths how many of those could potentially be prevented by personalized guns. It's really when we think about the benefits of what types of injuries by fire him could be prevented with personalized guns. We're looking mostly at injuries among individuals who wouldn't be able to purchase firearms so teen suicide by firearm unintentional injuries unintentional deaths by firearm among children and then also the potential benefit to drive down homicide by reducing the ability to use a firearm that is personalized if it was stolen but when you look at the burden of firearm deaths and the potential benefit it's hard to make a really strong case that having personalized sliced guns is really going to drastically drive down our burden of gun violence in this country. So where would you like to see investment in research go I. I think that we could do a lot more to understand. Who's firearms are being used in suicide? Even though fire suicide is the leading cause of firearm mm death we have very little information on where those guns come from when they were acquired how they were stored in the home and I think that we could do a lot to to improve our ability to respond to and prevent suicide if we could get some better data to understand some of these precipitating factors. CASSANDRA prophecy is deputy director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and research so far no smart gun has been sold at a gun shop anywhere in America and as to that question of cost CRA Fosse told us smart guns would potentially cost as much as a thousand dollars more than the dumb ones and now for some related links. There's a fascinating story in Bloomberg BusinessWeek from earlier this year about the long history history of attempts to create so-called smart or personalized guns and it includes this whole tale about a two thousand to law from New Jersey that said that his students sooner smart guns were sold anywhere in the United States then New Jersey's gun retailers could only sell smart guns within three years so oh no more dumb guns in New Jersey that of course caused an NRA freak out and death threats against a Maryland retailer who did want to sell personalized guns in two thousand fourteenth. That's at the entire effort back even more and over the years. No one has flight created a smart gun where the tech works perfectly in all situations. The Bloomberg story also includes a lot of details about how the tech industry has both tried to find an fund smart gun startups but also shied away from gun startups for fear that could lead to increased gun ownership and then of course there's the politics which is where we are going to end this podcast you can find the Bloomberg Bloomberg story on our website Marketplace Tech Dot Org. I'm Ali would and that is marketplace tech. This is a PM. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Entercom Intercom. What's more of the Nice people visiting your website to give you money so they took a little chat bubble in the corner website and packed it with conversational bots product tours. NPS surveys all sorts of things that amplify your team and help you reach more nice people intercom customer unity got forty five percent more loyal users with intercom in just twelve months go to intercom dot com slash podcast to start making money from real time. 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Hostless Emmys Hit All-Time Ratings Low

The Frame

03:29 min | 2 years ago

Hostless Emmys Hit All-Time Ratings Low

"The Emmy awards were last night and for a second year in a row the ratings hit it and all time low but bad news for broadcast. TV was good news for streaming joining me to recap the ceremony is the chief TV critic at Variety Daniel Daniel Diario. Hi How are you. I'm good. I WanNa ask you this whole idea of the hostess award show. It feels like it's not going away anytime soon. If you were to grade the as on how they handled it. What kind of Marx would you give them. I would give the EMMYS a failing grade for how they handled filling in the gaps without got a host. I thought all of the interstitial bits all of the comedy all the attempts to explain to the audience what TV was fell totally flat. I will say one positive fringe benefit was that I noticed that fewer stars were being played off and the longer speeches were more impactful and more thoughtful every other aspect of the production. I thought didn't work and I missed the presence of a kind of guiding intelligence. Let's listen to the speeches that did get to run a little bit longer. This is Michelle Williams accepting her emmy for playing gwen Verdon and Fosse Verdon and so the next time a woman especially a woman of color because she stands to make fifty two cents on the dollar compared to her white. Male counterpart tells you what we need to order to do her job. Listen to her the. I think it's important to note Michelle. Williams has simone history with this. She went back for some re-shoots on the movie all the money in the world. She got paid a thousand thousanddollars. Mark Wahlberg got a million and a half so this is a personal issue for her but it feels like the really did discover something by not playing Michelle. How Williams off absolutely I think I mean I feel as though if you think back a couple of years when Nicole Kidman won for big little lies she ultimately we got to give a long speech about what she learned about domestic violence in the role but she was kind of fighting with the orchestra in a way that kind of sapped the dignity and meaning of the moment the fact that Williams was able to kind of speak in Kristalina way as composed she was carrying across these points that were personal to her relevant to the project relative to Hollywood. I thought it was really important on unfortunately with the viewership being what it was. I'm not sure how many people saw these great points but I I still think it was important. Let's talk about the viewership because it does appear that the ratings were an all time low for the Emmy Broadcast and it does. I feel like what was celebrated. Last night was not network television. I think Saturday night live with the only network show that picked up any emmy's in the primetime ceremony last tonight. Does it feel us if this is a network show that celebrating stuff that you would never see on any network. Yes it feels as though this is a network show that not only we celebrate stuff that doesn't air on network but stuff that never could I mean fleabag show. I greatly admired that was the night's big winner in comedy is so so far beyond I think what the great network watching still extant mill American audience is accustomed to that basically could come from another planet. I think what this means for. The EMMYS is an existential question going forward of what the show can do and where it should even be. Would this be better better served. If we put the Amazon Netflix would be better served. We put it on

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Emmy Awards 2019: The hottest red carpet arrivals, winners and losers

Ringer Dish

11:54 min | 2 years ago

Emmy Awards 2019: The hottest red carpet arrivals, winners and losers

"Dash special edition really right littman. I'm Hellawell jam session teatime crossover event in the spirit of great television. We Love Crossover Event Lover Knock Great Television. What's going for it yeah. It's really negative because it was a really bad show we'll bounce Dallas and positively the phoebe Waller Abridge high of one in this is not fair. Thanks Jeff. Why why am I not in high too. I UH-HUH OH yeah yeah. It was a great night for her. That's true but to me. It was a television show true. No not definitely not what I mean. I think you know you're right on that note kate. Why don't you kick things off on a high for us. We're GONNA talk with highs and lows. We'll go back and forth all right start positive. I was the red carpet action pretty good pretty fun lot of color you know from the men and the women we love a color jacket. I'm I'm trying to do my best like Juliana ransack because it working your calendar at all you know mercilessly Nicolas Coster Waldo. They just like did the goal they are in Green. Yeah he looked really good. He looks great seen him look bad but I drew this award show as he does in every single still of photography taking him ever Israel. Where's the talks really well of any family well. It's a gift Lotta Pink and red dresses which I liked all of them. I think we were talking about just looks like a huge. Valentine onstage dynasty chic which I was into like Mandy Moore could've just like stepped off like an eighty soap op right and that's what I want for my fashion. We also have to Raji. GP Henson Great Yeah. All three of them have either watch dialing Hollywood on Netflix but I've heard it's really good it is really good and like the the first three episodes center around Dang Raji Henson's emmys dress code and yes this last year okay because Jason Baldness her stylist stylist and they're really good friends to show and so I was just thinking styling Hollywood and season two can't wait to hear about distress. They held it shadow styling Hollywood. One of Netflix few wins tonight. flicks yeah slow for them kind of great. Let's commercials now. ozark night were their networks commercials which wines the breaking bad movie. Yes that's true the Camino last hour. There were a few three just kept seeing the new netflix seven million. Leeann streaming sites now and there were commercials for all of them and there's a lot of apple plus huge. I feel like it anyway back to fashion. I also might think probably my favorite was purchase. There's Clarkson. She did like blonde more tissue atoms which is real kate everything you want from purchase. Clarkson ever but yeah it was great never looked great. We all oh really Zendaya so late though like we didn't really see your until she walked out in glasses she present which was fabulous. She's got the marvel money and she's a cool kid. So Oh yes you need to get there early. That's true. Actually she doesn't have marvel money anymore. Right right YEP per spiderman series is dead. Maybe they only mice. I'd still like to you see how that's ultimately resolved but yeah we know about that stuff too. I WANNA share that Kid Harrington who I generally have no interest in as John Snow or in real life but I thought he looks phenomenal Q. Like the Best I've ever seen him. Maybe yes maybe the best never looked tie really channeling Richard Madden which was a great look for him also recommended not show which was Sassou. Ask You guys see what Richard Man did in debt yeah bill t rex out of Lego instagram could for him huge flex. You know I'd like to nominate Emilia Clarke while around the gas are- if Valentino I I'd love to know about. I assume it's tape. That's involved in this attraction but she's wearing confidence. She looks great. I was so ready to root against I'm sorry I did but she made it a little bit more difficult than I had plans. At least you followed through my Rudolph and Michelle Williams both in floral patterns both looking great really really enjoyed that more Michelle Williams in a few minutes. I liked Natasha. Leones look also should we talk about Natasha. Leone clapping. Yeah you're cool. Kidman Adman clapping apparently it is interesting way of clapping. It is like she just learnt how a small child when you teach them how to do applies their hands together but she was consistent in it. She applauded for a lot of people which we appreciate. I really liked it. She was wearing glasses during the show. I just love glasses formal. Look look at the Oscars Golden Globes and EMMYS. It's very common and I think it's a great I would do it. Billy Puerto Ricans and also the formal yes. It's a great addition. It's fake furnished. We're on the same the same people to do it because like young always does it. Oprah as a love the former bosses Amanda. I'm happy to tell you that the Tasha Leo Gift of her clapping readily available for whenever you need that's great people are ready. I think that makes sense. I'm just going to try to do it in my own life. One more nomination. Naomi watts she looks phenomenal and black just logged in just great the new game of thrones star new game. It's just getting ready. I I liked we'll talk a lot more reckoning with routes but I like to the end of the show how David any off who is my one true love can be like and now it's over we did it and now it is over totally disavowing try to shut out any notions of the prequels and spin offs that are that are coming alright great injection positively positively we'll ride this enthusiasm into talking about the most awkward moment of evening which was allow a complicated one which was when. Phoebe Waller Bridge won on Best Actress in a comedy beating out Julia Louis Dreyfuss in her final season as Lena Meyer from beep and bridges incredibly happy. Kate was incredibly happy. Many people on the Internet were incredibly happy. Let's get this out of the way. This is a pro fleabag podcast. You're lovely about free. It's one of the best things that that I've seen in any medium in two thousand and nineteen. Maybe in the decade yet great up there yeah fix perfect episodes a season two. Yes at flawless sure but Julia Louis Dreyfus purpose is probably the best television actress of in history. Yeah I think she's like Lucille Ball and Carol channing. Yes and she had one for veep. I believe every season she had been nominated and she was going to break the record for the most emmy wins by a woman of of all time and she she is there's also a breast cancer survivor yeah and that happened between these seasons so I think we all assumed that this would be her emmy and and it was not and that's the way the cookie crumbles moreover everyone in the room assuming yes so it was like the most tepid response. It's a win from a show that is universally praised yes. I'm sure that no one's like fleabag doesn't deserve it deserve. It really sucks sucks. That's how the point just was such an incredibly awkward moment. Totally I think okay like root for history. It's like when you walk or it's and you want to see a record broken or you. You want like someone's got hot. Hand you want to leave him in the game but as long as possible like it's okay to root for history it's okay to experience that moment and it was just really awkward. Yeah and it's also a fever waller. Bridge did not really read the room in that moment. I was wondering I guess veep is maybe not a big deal in the UK. They don't care about it. They're like we have in the loop. We don't actually need the American version of IANUCCI stuff but she was like thanking her agent and I just it wasn't the note that you wanted at that. Moment also weird for her to be profusely thanking or agent given the feud between writers and agents right now. Yes weird moment. It was not mentioned once during the entire telecast now's house per day and there was a lot of ignoring everything going on TV. No one was talking about streaming services. Everyone was just you know thinking whatever likes Amazon that that helped them. A lot of Amazon wants by the way but yeah it just it. It was uncomfortable. Even though it was happy yeah it's like not undeserved served right with the moment felt wrong and it. Kinda sucks then for our bread shoes. True talent is actually Frank Kayla. I will say like she seems super for actress to me in that moment in a way. I don't like to acknowledge and I just like Oh. This is a real actress but she also had just been up there like I think it would have been different if she hadn't won anything yet yet right right right so she had just been up there. She's up there again. It's like Oh you again like everyone loves her but like it is. It would have been different than if it had just been the first win for few celebrity yeah so it's tough. It's a no win a little bit she continued to she did continue to win now. She did and it was awesome. That fleabag won best comedy. US totally detailing curling. Everyone say their favorite episode man you go first the last one I mean come on the answer here. I soon as you said that to me. I I also kind of don't think of them as discreet right so it's entirely it was just one you could put those together and it would be like one very long movie and it would be kind of perfect shorter then some worth celebrating movies kate the first episode the pilot was the second season yeah great one of the Jumpsuit Yeah Mine's the number three's Kristin Scott Thomas See Russia Kristin Scott Thurow's Jonzon hot priest socially tough but you got yeah Kristin Scott Thomas. Oh yeah that's a trade. That's funeral so many other version of one yeah one we don't talk about the new one in the really funny thing about season into fleabag is just like everyone acknowledges now including TV while our bridge how essential Andrew Scott as you play the AK Moriarty too many of us who watched Sir Lock. Yeah weird very greatest in yeah. It was really cool and she when she turned to him accepting best comedy. It was like we did this because Andrew. You're Scott came in and that was cool. It was great and also you finally got to be on stage which was good so a motive. Actually I just want to say I love back. I don't need any more Brett Gelman twenty twenty between fleabag and stranger things. Yeah Ozone Lot shred amount of everything done. We're done offense. I guess it's it's really inherently offensive thing okay moving on so that was like a low and then and then I within a low below the recovered itself yeah. Just I mean it is remarkable. It's saying that is a special as fleabag actually won the emmys. We don't see actually the best. Things don't usually win awards. That's literally every awards show and fleabag winning and phoebe Waller winning for writing. It's just like wow we did it. That's great yeah so that was good good job on this one thing good Johnson. Okay Okay Hi Michelle Williams speech amazing stuff amazing stuff. This is also what happens when you practice and you prepare and she had clearly given some thought to what she wanted to say and not. Maybe she wrote it. I'm not really sure because it was definitely well-crafted and she hit her points but it was more that she had an idea and she wanted to turn this into It's a speech about equal pay which is like something. She's been crosshairs about a lot. If you remember when they did the re-shoots for I guess it was called all the money in the world it was the Getty Nassar Getty show out of it so Kevin Spacey's the Laura for Christopher plummer and they did the re shoots her fi versus Mark Wahlberg fee. Yes she took like a daily fee and Mark Wahlberg at one point five million dollars and then it became a thanks so she I used that in order to talk about a Fosse verdant. FX And the support and what happens when you actually do support of working specifically women have car work. She just like she had the stats. That's she nailed it.

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"fosse" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"fosse" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"You know i go. Oh you know wrestling's fake and go no. That's just what they tell kids you know and and then i go come to a show with me. You know i think it's there. I can't compare what you guys do to any other sport i mean the amount of physical i don't know just commitment and and getting hurt and i gotta do the next thing in every guys like i'm fine. I'm ready doing that because they love what they're doing and they're suffering for for their art. <hes> no well. There is no other form of entertainment. Shall we say like wrestling is wrestling. It's neither fish nor fowl. I always say <hes>. Does this not sport. It's not show business. It's somewhere in the middle is very much blurring lines between the two <hes> so what do you compare it to nothing thing. You know people will say that. What was what was. What's the deal with wrestling. How how does it work like. It's not like anything else and when you understand that is when you get a true appreciation for what it would the pro wrestling business is because like you said it is a lot of driving yourself and and you know getting your hotel rooms and all this other stuff. That's why i love going onto fosse. I'll have to do you anything. Mature magic gives me the skills to make it to the bus on time fun time and do my gig. The rest is gravy. We called the wait to wait not wait to get on the bus way to go to the plane way to do this. Wait for soundcheck weight but it's nice. It's nice being <hes> yeah you don't you don't get paid quartered. You don't get paid for the gig and get paid for the waiting. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. That's the thing and then you get home in the you know call down for towels and your wife says what he did take the garbage out. What do you do right right right right. Yeah and that's the kind of life on the road compared to to the to the rock star. You know <hes> life in the home life right yeah. Absolutely you mentioned much of a wrestling a fan. You are on this talk about how you got into the business but i i want to say thanks to boost mobile..

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With rate hike, YouTube TV lost me

Talking Tech

03:52 min | 2 years ago

With rate hike, YouTube TV lost me

"Hiring is challenging, but there's one place you can go. We're hiring is simple. And smart that place is ZipRecruiter. Where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Youtube TV this week jacked up the rates by one hundred and twenty dollars yearly and lost me as a would-be customer it justified the higher rates by throwing extra channels that I have no interest in watching. I want Alicarte TV not bundles how about you. Let's dive in on today's talking tech. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today. So YouTube TV is one of the cable alternative services that sprung up with a fabulous value proposition. It would offer just the stuff you want the broadcast channels some cable networks and access to sports along with no cable equipment to rant and unlimited cloud DVR at thirty five bucks. It was a great deal at fifty dollars. You can forget it. Because then you start thinking, why am I paying six hundred dollars a year to watch Discovery Channel a e the USA network all those channels that I never look at on cable. That's where cutting the cord comes in there is so. Much free programming on YouTube, and I could keep myself busy with Amazon prime which I happily pay four four my shipping. I have enough to entertain me for months now. I love the idea of true court cutting and being able to still watch the occasional cable channel at my discretion. I like CNN you might prefer e or you might wanna see a specific show like Fossey Verdon, which is currently on ethics or something like killing eve or better. Call Saul CNN is problematic Fosse Verdon. I can help you there. CNN like most cable channels will not allow you to watch unless you can prove that you're a cable or satellite subscriber. The CNN go app on TV boxes like Roku and apple TV are worthless. To you unless you've got the proof did over the CNN smartphone app. So great. So we'll stop watching CNN. So they're a show like Fossey Verdon actually can be yours. The channel ethics won't let you subscribe without cable. But for twenty bucks, you can buy the entire seasons. Worthy shows on I tunes Amazon or each episode for three dollars the same goes for other hot shows like killing EIB and better call Saul. So if you want Alicarte like, I do don't subscribe to the cable alternative services like YouTube TV, it will only encourage them to keep on raising your rates and turn into another cable TV like monopoly. That's my two cents. What's yours? I would love to hear from you on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech, please subscribe to the show wherever you listen to great online audio I'll be back tomorrow with another quick it from the world attack. Thanks for listening. Hiring used to be hard. It was and still is one of the biggest challenges businesses face before it meant dealing with endless stacks of resumes flipping through them. And hoping the perfect candidate would jump out at you and the manual review process wasn't any easier. But in today's high tech world hiring can be easy. And you only have to go to one place to get it done. Ziprecruiter dot com slash tech talk. With their powerful matching technology. Ziprecruiter scans thousands of resumes to find the most qualified contenders for your job. And actively invites them to apply. Ziprecruiter is so effective that four out of five employers who post on the site get a qualified candidate within the first day and right now talking tech listeners can try ZipRecruiter for free at this exclusive web address, ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash T. E C H T A L K, ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire.

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"fosse" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"fosse" Discussed on The Watch

"I I was really like fascinated and then so the damage episode waters up so Damn Yankees upset too. Sweet cherry cabaret right up civil. So I went back, and I watch some of the regional scenes that they were talking about and the painstaking work that went into recreating the originals is like really, really amazing. I went back and like you to if I recommend doing that. If you if you haven't I mean, obviously comes from a place of like incredible reverence for the history of Broadway and the history of musical theatre from Thomson, Stephen, and I think that you could have done. I mean, obviously all that jazz, which is a movie about Voss directed. That's essentially like a memoir about is the own his own life and the end of his own life in some ways, and is is an incredible masterpiece that looms large over this show. But I felt like the date ingeniously kind of just avoid some of the more over. Stylistic influence of it. Like, I I know that apparently like that changes a little bit. But I really felt like this had like kind of like a New York energy. They is uncommon for television. Yes. Days that felt more like an early Martin Scorsese movie ways. And it had this kind of like bursting. Yeah. And I think that that's like Tommy talked about that that was like a conscious decision to feel freaking in lumet. And like have that kind of New York energy in the show, and it's interesting too. It's like, I think that I was watching how obviously the shows arc is how when they meet Gwen Verdon is sort of the toast of the town and Bob Fosse is this kind of nobody quite gets his stuff yet. And they over time, you know, he's he clips his her her work that goes into a lot of his work sorts to get a raised a little bit. And you know, I find that to be obviously, a tragic story, but it's not it's a complicated story. Very curious. To see how it plays out over the next few episodes. I also think that like part of maybe why people there's like some of the reaction. There was is this is a show that cares about ideas. And so I in that comes through and how they portray that the characters it comes through and how they've made the show. And so I think that sort of like to care so much about the ideas, then you also have to care about the idea about Vaas, whatever. But I'm relieved to be watching a show and even having a conversation that is about like ideas, and how you cast them and not necessarily just about like if something's good or bad, or if like, you know, something that's less difficult to discuss like grapple with like, I think is cool to even be having these conversations and like so excited as a television show that wants to dig into it. It's not just like who killed who. Yeah. And like that again, I think that's just like a different kind of show. Like, this is this is a about craft and things that you make and the process of all of it. And and that's where a lot of you know, a lot of assholes thrive. That's true. But that's also part of the conversation. We just talk about it ever. I don't know. It's it's you know, it's a show both really enjoyed it. And I get excited to listen to this interview. So let's get into we'll take a quick break to hear from our sponsors. And when we come back, we'll have my conversation with Tommy kale. Steven Levenson to the people behind Fossey Verdon. Juliette? Thank you so much for joining paint you so much or having this has been a dream. Sort of the watch is brought to you by dog, man. From the director of Amora. A watch faith comes dog, man. A sly crime thriller that won the best actor award at the two thousand eighteen conned film festival. It was also Italy's official submission to the Oscars. The guardian called dog man a movie with incomparable bite and strength dog..

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"fosse" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"fosse" Discussed on The Watch

"You look at the final product. And you look at the way it's received and whether or not it was hit or whether or not it was beloved. But ultimately for the people who make it weirdly, all of the emotion typically is tied up in these little details and these little acts of process that can be heartbreaking or life, affirming or everything in between. And there are these little moments in the first couple of episodes were Gwen Imbaba are essentially changing the direction of one muscle in a dancer or moving the perception of the point of view of. Camera. So that it like it edges off of the it has a different frame or something like that. Or deciding there too many people in the background or deciding that like somebody's chin needs to slouch instead of go up or something. And that's what makes those things amazing. Right. And that to me is such like, I've never seen that before on television. Like a show about all the little details that make art art is amazing to me. And it's so hard to make. To tell a story about a piece of art. Because if it's fictional, you have to somehow find that thing you do and make a song that like you can convince people as popular thing. And if it's nonfiction if it's about something that really happened. You are up against the judgement of history is to like whether or not you're accurately depicting what happened right? And so it's a really difficult thing to do. But I just thought that these the creators of the show, and especially Rockwell and Williams are both able to depict the peso's the problems and also passions these people. Yeah, it's pretty amazing. And also this is an episode, but they wear incredible knitwear. I. Fucking over. Well, I was like I need both of their sweaters right now. Like glue off it'd be like the eunuch and the my orca my York beautiful. Long Island in New York City. And also like this is a New York City over of New York City that I feel really really built up to me and my head by my parents like my mom's from queens. She's obsessed with Fossey's. She loves these musicals, you know, like, they just I I know that this was a time in in New York that like was formative for my my mom, you know. And so like, I know that like it's just so interesting to view this like lifestyle, and like and to see it represented on screen is even with its problems. I was kind of I feel really similar strapped to beat it their apartment was they are not like re-creations about the. Yeah. Shot at so we're coming Long Island city, but the apartment that they live in together for the most that you see a lot in episode one is so obviously central park west to mate. And I'm as an speaking as a person who can identify where to -partment York is based on the light coming into a window. Yes. That person see jam session for more. We don't be you can brag Juliet saw a picture of khloe seventies apartment and based on the light coming into the windows able to identify what avenue sixth avenue in the twenty s I could tell and I one of my. Accomplishments probably of all time and similarly as I was watching this show, and I see them moving about their apartment. I'm obsessed with New York real estate, I just love the apartment, and I was like, I love the detail. They put into how the light come streaming into their window on their on their top floor on central park, west this attention to detail. And then also like all these lush fabrics, obviously recreate it a lot of Brown's very much of the era of different textures of of animal print. It was so dramatic and again like you don't see that on TV very often. It it felt they were honoring the subjects Fosse inverted with the level of craft. They would have put into their own TV show. And I thought that was really cool. And I I mean, I I love musical theater love Broadway. Love plays. I I'm so I I don't have any connections that world. Also, I'm so I'm so fascinated by and again like growing up in the city like you just it's such a big part of life Broadway. I thought that was really cool. And I just thought it was like I said like show so immersive. I I was really like fascinated and then so the damage episode waters up so Damn Yankees upset too. Sweet cherry cabaret right up civil..

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"fosse" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"fosse" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Com and the listeners and members of Kiwi d. Rainshowers expected to become more isolated overnight before the next front arrives early Saturday morning. In the meantime, cloudy chance of showers today and tonight showers will once again decreased by Saturday afternoon rain chances may linger across the far north bay on Sunday. This is fresh air. I'm TV critic David being Cooley sitting in for Terry gross today show is dominated by song and dance. I up will listen back to an archive interview with Gwen Verdon, the Broadway, actress and dancer who electrified audiences in everything from cancan and Damn Yankees to Chicago along with one of her husband's choreographer and film director, Bob Fosse. She's the subject of a new FX miniseries called Fosse Verdon which premieres next Tuesday. Let's begin with my review of f X's Fosse Verdon. If you're a musical theater fan. Just the title Fosse version is enough to make this new FX miniseries. One of the most exciting TV prospects of the year. Gwen Verdon who originated the onstage characters of Lola in Damn Yankees and Roxie Hart in Chicago was one of the best dancers on Broadway. Bob, Fosse's particular style as both choreographer and movie director was dazzlingly different and captured in such films as cabaret still crackles with energy, this eight part drama sets out to tell how they met collaborated fell in love got married and had a daughter, but that's only part of the story which is about a relationship that keeps going long after the marriage has been dissolved. Two of the executive producers of Fossey verdict should be noted at the start one is Nicole Fosse the real life daughter of Bob Fosse, Gwen Verdon, another is Lin Manuel. Miranda who's Broadway.

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"fosse" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"fosse" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of Bob Fosse, Gwen Verdon, another is Lin Manuel. Miranda who's Broadway success with Hamilton has been nothing. Short of phenomenal. His presence alone suggests that the musical numbers recreated here will be done with precision and reverence and they are and while her presence dictates that this biography of a parent is authorized it is not an entirely flattering portrayal of either of them the portrayals. However are so good. It's almost a relief. Gwen Verdon is played by Michelle Williams, who's come a long way from the WBZ Dawson's creek. And she was good. Even there in Manchester by the sea Brokeback mountain and my week with Marilyn she shown her versatility and sensitivity. And when I saw her take a turn starring in the recent Broadway revival of cabaret. She was one of the best sallies. I saw at the round. About theater, and I saw them all and speaking of versatility. Bob Fosse is played by Sam Rockwell who's done terrific work in everything from confessions of dangerous mind and galaxy quest to three billboards outside ebbing, Missouri. In Fosse Verdon these to inhabit their roles, completely and convincingly. The story isn't rolled out sequentially. It starts with the filming of sweet charity and keeps hopping backwards and forwards revealing bits of their past a scene at a time. So I'm not doing any spoiling here by presenting a scene from one after the couple separated, but still seeking support and advice from each other. He visits her after a day working on the movie cavalry. And she welcomes him warmly at first but not for long. Any worries about this drama taking a too easy on the characters are instantly, alleviate cut of the movie? What's wrong with the move? Oh, just to do things. Numbers of flat story doesn't make. There is no story. What is the story? I'm gonna see if they'll let me reassure the whole thing you think spring for. Felt the same way up. You saw the first cut of Jared. You know, so well, I was thinking maybe you could come to the editing room for few weeks. You know, and maybe see some things that I don't see a little lost. And why not? Didn't I tell you? I found a play. Oh, yeah. I'm going to be in rehearsals. Play. Straight plane. Yes. So it's called childrens children to throw a brand new, right? It's a terrific part in the place. Yes phenomenal. Well, that's congratulations. When do you start now is setting up a meeting with the director? I I just wanna make sure we have a good reform. You can start with trust difficult role. You're gonna hate it. I don't know why he would say that to me. And was the last time you act. Now when he walked in the door. How do I do? Very funny FX has made half of Fossey Verdon available for preview that's enough to recommend it highly. But not quite enough to allow for the rendering of a final verdict. I really like that it makes room for some of Fossey's famous friends like Neil, Simon and Patty Tchaikovsky played respectively by cordray and Norbert, Leo Butz. And while I'm intrigued by others. Like, Margaret qualley is an Ryan king. I need to see more to see how this all plays out. That's because Fossey Verdon written and directed by tag team of other producers and executive producers, including Thomas. Gale Stephen Levinson, Joel fields, and Charlotte stout is all over the place emotionally and artistically it recreates scenes from classic stage shows and movies while framing them within a frenetic sometimes fantasy narrative, that's exactly what Bob Fosse himself did while directing the nineteen Seventy-nine movie all that jazz, which was his barely fictionalized story of his own physical breakdown while juggling work on several similar tina's projects this FX series is in Justin. Oh, Majd all that jazz. It plays almost like an expanded director's cut with verdicts half of the story, given equal prominence, but the difference is Bob Fosse's, all that jazz was all Bob, Fosse's vision and voice, and I know how he ended all that jazz boldly and brilliantly with Fosse Verdon. I still haven't seen any. From the Chicago musical or anything else. From the later years yet. I'm very eager to see what Fossey Verdon presents in its second half. Because the first handful of episodes like the musical numbers. They recreate are surging with creativity and excitement, it's Showtime..

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"fosse" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

10:11 min | 2 years ago

"fosse" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Hello, Hello director and choreographer. I'd say choreographer I in the show, honestly Yager for and director should be slated that way, we also have hope petty. She plays the part of Vilma. Mccully j deal as Billy Flynn in all his glory. Okay. I saw legs all over Facebook legs and legs and legs for days. So tell me about the costumes for Chicago. So we're doing sort of a blend of the original staging and the revival. So what you saw the black costumes with the the legs for days, and the fishnets that is a pretty well accepted staging from the revival in nineteen started in nineteen Ninety-six the show originally opened in nineteen seventy five so we have some of that we have some of what people would expect to see from Chicago, the girls in the black costumes, the the fish net. Stockings heels and things like that. But then we we hearken back to the original Fosse staging with some of the reporters, the nineteen twenties dropped waist moments that you'll see on stage Billy and all of his suits in his spats and things like that. We've halves hats. I'm thinking twenties. I think helps. Yep. Hope will be wearing a hat in one of the songs. All of the reporter, ladies we wearing hats canes. We get to carry a cane. So what's the what's the king is the king just to effect the dance? Or is. This a pro I love dancing with props. Hats canes chairs you'll yeah, you'll see some chair dancing for sure. One of the one of the most iconic numbers in the show, right? Shut up. Our Mary murderesses are six Mary murders dance with six chairs up front for the cell block Tango over that. It's pretty exciting. So the songs I think you mentioned iconic song Connex song tell me, so I've never seen Chicago. So when I come to see yours. Can watch the movie for. The movie I thought if as a standalone movie musical I thought was very very good. I prefer the stage version to the movie version of this show. I think I think the movie loses a little bit of the bite a little bit of the darkness the dark humor a little bit of the satires lost. I think in the movie, personally grit. Yes. I agree. And so then the the ultimate story isn't as impactful fun movie to watch enjoyed it. But I like the stage version better. So should I watch it before I come see Chicago with the Manchester. I know. You will recognize enough of the music. It'll be it'll be songs that you'll recognize. Maybe you didn't realize that it came from the show, but you'll pass all that jazz cell block Tango. All I care about is love razzle-dazzle. I mean, there's a ton of Roxy hot Honey rag nowadays goes on and on. There's so many you're a huge fan of this play love it. I can tell right. It's good one. Good one. I'm honored to be at the helm of this one on. I think everybody that's cast in it is a huge fan of this show. Yeah. The enthusiasm of the cast. I mean, I told her one of the girls I said every time we would walk into to choreograph the dances. We all. The dancers would just kind of look at dinner L like she was Santa Claus. Honestly, I mean JD's new so he really doesn't realize this. But hope you've been around like I have for a while. And we have more new faces on stage in this show than anything in recent history. So that that tells you how so the name of this play. Oh, yeah. Time auditioning from all over we have people from tullahoma people from murphysboro, we have we have a dancer who's a former dancer with the Nashville ballet dancing in this show because she came out to dance in the iconic Fosse dancing in Chicago. What did you make them do for anything unique for this? Because of the. Definitely I think a harder dance edition than typically we do at least the stuff that. I've choreograph before the MAC. Yes, we have a choreography audition. But it's usually just enough of a sequence to make sure people aren't tragic in their movement train. Oh, you want to make sure that they can carry a tune they can move that. We can get them to the point. We need them to be in the choreography. This is a dance show. So I mean it was a dance audition. They had to do turns to do leaps. They had to do a Fosse sequence in that style to make sure that they can do it, and we could carry it off. And I think we had a really great result are cast as amazing answers are the dancers, and I'm not in all the dances. I mean. They all the dances that they have learned and all the different styles that have been put in it. It's really amazing back to the songs real quick. I remember when I got my script, I a Kogyo. And I don't think I realized the songs, and I remember telling my husband, I cannot believe we get to sing these songs on stage. I cannot believe that we're going to get to do this because it's just that exciting for a performer, a dancer a singer. You know, it's a big big show. And I'm really excited that we're doing that's still folks. So when they can see Chicago at the Manchester arts center Chicago runs April twelfth through twentieth. So little bit of a different schedule for us typically with MARCY shows, we run two weekends. We do a Friday and Saturday night and Sunday matinee we'll do that the first weekend the second weekend. However, the Sunday is Easter and there's no show on Easter. No. Well, I mean, not at the art center at least no-show show on Easter this year. So we'll do double shows on Saturday. So the are the second weekend. There'll be a Friday night dabble show on the twentieth of that JD. I'm I'm hoping my voice homes. Never protectionist. This. We have not done a full run yet. But I would say it's probably two two and a half hours generally a longer museum. You're gonna do it double show. Hey, we're like Broadway baby. That's one thing if I can say something about the MAC is that coming from the previous theater belong to in Germany. We added nine chosen two and a half years because I love doing the theater, but it was a small fifty seat theater army entertainment, and it's a wonderful program. And so when I started looking for a job to bring me back to the states, I came out I work at ADC. So I looked at the theater companies here, and I was like this is where I need to be. And when I got here, and I went to see a show and tell a Homa is out Jackson. I came here to see singing in the rain, which was phenomenal. And I decided that you know, this is right where I need to be. And they've taken me in after the I met them an audition. I feel like I'm part of the family now, and I've only been here. Just a short wall hugging, and you and you probably had some really good food hug food. And I'm meeting people, and I'm developing, you know, because it's a whole new life here. So I'm making friends. And having a blast doing it. That's a that's a great. Testimony. Jeff also, part of Manchester. Well, let me have you just speak to folks who are out there saying, well, I've I've always wanted to. But I've never I am. What do I do? And so you welcome in new faces. How long have you been here? Not that long for this is my fourth year in town. And you are you homegrown. No. I'm from Oklahoma City. The I've been here I've been here. Ten years L O she thinks that means something alive. That's big that's big and TD's brand new. So folks, if you're hearing this, and you want you think you want to try out something artsy being a play or maybe start by working behind the scenes because you have people that do that absolutely up in the booth backstage. Those are the unsung heroes of every show. Nobody notices the people in the booth the like sound guys until something goes wrong. Right. You get a squeal. You get a light that flickers and everybody turns them looks. But until then they make everybody looking sound beautiful. So if you're hearing this, and you want to be part of a production and just to see what it's like and feel it out to you can do that at the mantis arts. And absolutely. We got some great shows coming up for the remainder of our season. We've got much to do about nothing coming up. And we've got my fair lady to finish. Costumes for that is wonderful. It's awesome. Awesome. And if you are thinking about wanting to maybe be a part of the theater group just come out and see a show get the feeling that I got when I saw seeing singing in the rain here. And just just you'll feel that sense of welcome in that sense of. Wow, Manchester small town, but look at this program. It's amazing. The theaters beautiful. It is the way that it's put together and the way that the the organization runs with the shows and and practices on time. You start on time you end on time. But what it does for me? Is it gives me a stress relief because I have my everyday things, you know, everybody does we have our worries we have our cares. We have our problems go out if you wanna just get away for a little bit and immerse yourself into a character or into costumes or into building a stage. And it gives you that outlet. Not only do you make yourself better. But you better your community as well. I don't know that we could add anything to that. I'm speech the end. I want to remind you you can get tickets to find out more about the play good a millennium rip dot org, Chicago desert, April twelve to the twentieth. I remember the there's not a second Sunday run because of Easter there's two showings on that Saturday twentieth. The nineteenth will be seven thirty and the twentieth. We'll have a two o'clock and a seven thirty show. How about that? And our second show the curtain call will just collapse on stages getting oxygen bring them food people become of that second show on Saturday. Bring them food Donell director, and choreographer extraordinaire, extraordinaire Vilma is played by petty and Billy Flynn is with JD dill and thanks for being here. Please come back. Great to meet you nice meeting. You glad to be here..

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"fosse" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"fosse" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"All right here, we go. A woman who was arrested last week for allegedly attacking an eighty one year old man in Massachusetts for wearing a maga- hat make America great again had a President Trump had it turns out this woman Rosanne Santos forty one years old and illegal alien ice. Officers scooped her up and tossed her out. How unbelievable is that? I don't understand why people are supposed to be so tolerant, but you cannot be taller enough to see someone in a mega hat and just continue with your day. And also, I did you see the video of that whole monitor walking up and knock in the hat off a kid in high school today to just knock it off. And it's okay. Ali not guilty threatened. He says he gave them to choice. Ali the burn it or you can you can take it off. Berkeley, those people that talked about came out against hoaxes the guy that got punched in the face. Even though we've got a clear shot of the assailant at Berkeley last week. We can't find the guy. So David Fosse's group citizens United came out and said fifty thousand dollars reward you identify. This guy is obviously the the fact that he assaulted somebody who happens to be a conservative isn't enough. Unbelievable. Unbelievable. And you see New Jersey some eighty one year old man was assaulted two grocery shopping because he was wearing a mega hat unbelievable. We'll move on and talk about this bound Albright. Offers an apology an apology. I love this by the way, I do not remember she did this for mocking Mitt Romney running against Barack Obama for saying Russia is our number one strategical foam when asked during the campaign which nations he considered the big he considered the biggest geopolitical threat Romney said famously Russia and the president came back. President Obama came back to the nineteen eighties are now calling to ask for their foreign policy back now. No right has apologized now for mocking warning the threat from Russia was indeed real was minimized by the CIA working group that she was affiliated with that. They hadn't been have Russia on their radar..

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Through the eyes of Annie Leibovitz

The Frame

07:42 min | 3 years ago

Through the eyes of Annie Leibovitz

"From the Mon broadcast center at KP. See see this is the frame, I'm John horn on today's show what the cancellation of Pearvel shows on Netflix might mean for the future of the TV business then from antiwar demonstrations to Arnold Schwarzenegger, riding horseback. Any Vits has photographed at all we walked through a new exhibit of her early work was not a good photojournaling. So I was going to have to tell more my story from my point of view and left journalism behind eventually turned to portraiture because it was a way of having real licensed to do what you wanted in a photograph and the country swing band asleep at the wheel is still rolling along fifty years after its founding all that coming up on the frame. With so many new players jumping into the streaming game including Disney, apple and Warner media. Twenty nineteen is likely to bring some big changes to the TV business. We called up Daniel Feinberg a TV critic for the Hollywood reporter to talk about what the future could look like to TV viewers. He's just finished covering two weeks of presentations from broadcast networks cable channels and streaming services at the television critics association meetings. We started with the news from earlier this week that net flicks. His canceling Jessica Jones and the punisher to marvel shows which not coincidentally are also Disney properties. There is no question that we are on the brink of some sort of key transition point. And regardless of what you choose to call it, whether you want to call it these streaming wars or the road to new cable, or whatever you wanted describe it as there are things that are changing that are going to dramatically reshape what the media landscape look. In five years in the same way that five years ago, it looked completely different. And I think that there's no question that the cancellation of the marvel shows on Netflix is a. Assign a gesture in a certain direction because these were very high profile shows for Netflix when they premiered and they were part of a big programming strategy. And now, suddenly all of the marvel properties are really part of aid Disney, plus or a Disney marvel streaming strategy, and so they don't fit with Netflix anymore. And I think that you're gonna see something with the tug of war over something like friends, I think that we are only at the beginning of what is going to be probably the biggest story in where television is going in the next year and a half probably. And that is basically that the people who create those shows used to see companies like Netflix as a source of ancillary revenue and now they see streaming services as direct competitors. So they're trying to pull their content back at their launching their own streaming services. Is that the bigger picture here? I think that is definitely the bigger picture. And all of the things that the Netflix and Hulu have kind of taken for granted as the foundation of their. Business model, you know, the for whatever we want to say about the apparently twelve billion dollars that Netflix last year poured into original programming acquired content is still a major portion of what people actually stream on Netflix. Whether it's whether it's friends, whether it's the office, whether it's all of the CW shows, and that's great for Netflix because it allows net flicks to have that kind of foundation, but it, but it's also a business that the people who actually own those programs want to be in. And so is Netflix original programming is it enough if suddenly the studio start taking away all of their prestige programs. Yeah. I don't know. Let's talk about a couple of new programs one that's on Netflix. It's called Russian doll and one on Hulu called Penn. Fifteen. These are shows that seem to be getting a lot of attention. Are they worth checking out? And how are they doing so far? I think they're absolutely were checking out, and I think we had absolutely no idea how either one of them is doing. Let's look says not put out a press release boasting that forty million people in some form or another have watched Russian doll. So I don't know all I know is that it's a really good show. It's a really smart show. It's a show that plays around with with format and with tone, and with style in very impressive ways. So Russian dolls. Definitely we're checking out, and I think Penn fifteen on Hulu is is a lot of fun to gimmick is the two co creators are basically playing junior high versions of themselves. Devil dis her last night at camp. How was even possible? I don't know what happened in the middle of her sleep. That's so unfair that happens to me surrounded by actual preteen and teen actors, and it's it's a really good show about the awkwardness of being a teenager. That's maybe aimed at older viewers who survived those years. I wanna talk about a couple of other shows that might be worth talking about FOX has a series called proven innocent pop has a series called flack and DC universe has a series called doom patrol or any of those shows are other things that you've seen jumping out in terms of midseason or early start shows that are coming out either. Now, or very soon one of the shows that if you've watched any BC in the past couple of weeks, and you're going to see as we move towards the Oscars this weekend that is getting a lot of buzz for ABC as whiskey cavalier whiskey cavalier. One of our best agents. I intelligence proven to be a huge asset to the bureau. You and your fiance recently parted ways. Yes, we did mutual most commercial, but I'm totally fine with it. We have the footage. How? It's a show that I would say succeeds at its goals, and that's something that I wouldn't necessarily say about say proven innocent, which is a very very run of the mill entirely forgettable legal procedural at the very least whiskey cavalier is pretty people Scott fully and learn Cohen or the stars are attractive and fun. And they're having a good time. It was shot in Europe. And it makes actual good use of European locations. It's got all of the depth of a very very shallow puddle. But on the other hand, it's fun. And it's the same with with DC universe is doomed patrol, which is kind of quirky kind of odd and of vast improvement over DC universe's, I live action show which was titans, which was all gloomy and glum and unpleasant. So there's something to be said for improvement one of the other things that happens at the as is that critics get sneak peeks, maybe it's some footage. Maybe it's a pilot of a show. That's not going to be on for a couple of months. Is there anything that you and your colleagues? Saw that might not be coming out immediately. But that you're really interested in seeing what more there is the series. Well, I definitely can't review. The one episode I've seen of FX Fosse Verdon, but I can tell you that that show which starts Sam Rockwell, and Michelle Williams is definitely going to be worth one that I'm looking forward to checking out. It's the story of Bob Fosse, Gwen Verdon. And so there's a lot of fifty sixty seventies cinematic, and Broadway and musical references and dancing and choreography. And I'm not gonna say anything more than I'm looking forward to seeing more episodes. Daniel Feinberg is a TV critic for the Hollywood reporter. He is also the president of the television critics association Daniel, thanks for your time and your insight. Thank you for having me. Coming up on the frame, any leave of its walks through an exhibit of her early work.

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"fosse" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"fosse" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"I have no idea. Well, I can't tell if you're kidding. Or not because I believe blossomed best friend was six. I don't know. I don't know the answer. In west Philadelphia. I wanted to add something about being thrown out of a door in there. But. I thought my NBC sitcom friends, we're going to get that one with an art. Awful don't feel being by self up about yourself up about it. Rush. Principal air. It's also debatable. Whether or not the best friends, but they're definitely best friends in real life. Yeah. Yeah. That's true. I mean, it's not that far off. You're not that far. Question two, what nineteen Seventy-nine movie is essentially an autobiography of its director. Bob Fosse that is all that jazz. That is all that jazz. Apparently, it's ROY Scheider who plays him which I just can't see after jaws. Yeah. No. I can see ROY Scheider is as Fossey. Yeah. It's the glasses and the sharp features kind of confused. Bob Fosse in Bob macky. Oh, yeah. It's understandable. Just feather. I find if I knew anything about Bob macky, it might be. I'd make that distinction to he's the one who did all of shares costumes through the sixties and seventies and eighties. Yeah. Wow. Bob macky. I just remember that from mill house. Question. Three jazz hands is a claim several times by Dr Krieger after his character watched the wiz on both stage and screen. What FX adult cartoon features the character. Dr Krieger Archer that is Archer. Okay. Trying to I was trying to cope with the line. But had nothing. It's all right. It's all right. Question. Four the Utah Jazz are an NBA team, which as you can probably tell from their name not originate in Utah. What southern city was their original home. Yeah. New orleans. It is New Orleans. Yes. I remember a couple years ago when I was like, you know, studying up for TV game shows or earn. What not like writing down all the names of all of the teams everywhere. Okay. Okay. Minnesota. Okay. This and then I was like the New Orleans pelicans. If you would've said for one hundred dollars, they're professional sporting team in the United States named the pelicans. Yeah. I would not have gotten. No, absolutely not. No, it doesn't make sense. At least that one's will. Because the pelican is the official state Erta, Louisiana. Oh, I guess that makes sense. There you go. Closer to scare to go play the pellet rate. So this one I'm never going to forget because ever seen the movie baseball. No, I haven't it's it has its moments, but the very they talk about professional sports teams moving from city to city in the introduction. And it's great actor named Stephen mcadoo who you've seen in other places giving the speech, and he starts saying the Minneapolis Lakers moved to Los Angeles where they have no lakes and the New Orleans and the New Orleans jazz move to Utah where they don't allow. That's very true purpose. That's how I remember that one. All right question. Five jazz was the call sign of a traitor in the wing commander series space, light games. And I wanted to write a question about those games because I play them a lot and they're great..

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The new 'troubles' in Ireland

Correspondents Report

05:26 min | 3 years ago

The new 'troubles' in Ireland

"Now on assignment in Northern Ireland. European correspondent Bridget Brennan went to take a look at an uncompromising new generation of Republican terrorists calling themselves. The new IRA the group has claimed responsibility for a car bomb and a string of hijackings in recent weeks. So what motivates them when so many across the island of Ireland a craving a lasting peace? Bridget. Brennan spoke to a young Northern Irish academic who spent the better part of a decade finding out peace in Ireland peace across these islands is a precious thing is the thing that we in the U K, this Bain fees and constant debate about what brings it could do to that hard fought pace processing Ireland and Northern Ireland. And there's a phrase you he quite a lot win talk of Briggs and Bill I in borders crops up, and it goes something like we all remember the dark days of the troubles in Northern Ireland. I actually don't remember much about the troubles. I was in primary school. When the Good Friday agreement was signed. But when I was in Northern Ireland recently, I realized of course, it spoon. Deep into the sake of people about my age there, even if they were only young when the conflict stopped. It's the reason why I sought out Dr Murray mcglinchey, she was absolutely fascinating to speak to she's a celebrated young Akkad from Bill Fosse. She's become totally absorbed in the history of her home. I remember when I was starting at we have family in Dublin, I left here in Belfast, and we were returning after a visit to family in Dublin we were returning to Belfast and our busts my moment. I was on a bus that was hijacked when we were taken off at gunpoint and the bus was used to block the road. It was at the time of the Drumcree disturbances. And so things like that really did have an impact and left me with a lot of questions about what was going on around me. And I wanted to make sense of it. And then and ladder years in two thousand nine I went along to a meeting. And Kleinert monastery that Chen fan were holding. And that was a public meeting about whether or not to join the PS, and they were trying to persuade the community to join give their support to the PSA. And I and I sat in the actual church of the monastery listening to this. And I saw you know, some there was a bit of a break owed at the back of people saying that their son didn't die for this or or just express opposition to the direction. What Xinfei and we're moving and. You know, it really picked my interest. Morita ease the perfect person to speak to if you want to know more about the so called dissident Republicans, these a hardline Republicans scattered across the island and Maria did about seven years of research into them republicanism is historically difficult to reach community. You know, we can't simply consult are a meeting minutes, and it was very important to me to actually quite and speak to Republicans on the grind. So I interviewed ninety three hundred Ireland, and I also went to feud some current prisoners Mugabe prison, and so it was a long process, and it was a times of difficult process because it did bring the attentions of the security services by that. She means you stopped and searched while riding her new book unfinished business, she been hanging out at some Republican events which caught the eye of some of the security services and her work also to inside prisons to talk to dissident Republicans who. We've always rejected the peace agreement, and I love the process of going around and really getting into the psyche of what people think, and I one of those moments probably was going to end demagoguery prison at which is based just outside Lisburn here in the north of Ireland. And that was my first time in a prison. And I went in not you know, as an academic. But I went in with the other families on a regular visit to see the prisoners. And what was remarkable? There was that the families of these prisoners had actually given up their visit for me to win. Now, given they only get a limited number of those felt that was quite remarkable. So when I went through the same process that the families and friends go in visiting their relatives. And so the process involved at one point sitting dying the drug dogs walk in arraigned to which all seemed very surreal and before I was then brought onto the Republican Landon in the prison. I asked Marie sir of couse about Brexit him with a she thinks it's been a motivator for these groups in some of these hardline Republican groups like the new IRA. But I mean when you look at what people term dissident Republicans, there are techy letting traditional Republican ideology and principles. So if. You stand around gravesites at art in today at some of their events, you'll hear the Republican ideology and message that you would have heard in the seventies or eighties from the mainstream shin Fiene movement. So for them it's very much about traditional republicanism. And we've even them we've heard speculation recently about Brexit. And are we seeing the increase of republicanism in the wake of Brexit? And I mean, Republicans are very clear that their position isn't a response or reaction to Brexit. But rather Brexit is seen as an opportunity to be exploited. Scary thought Europe. Correspondent Bridget Brennan with that report.

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Kavanaugh accuser will do "whatever is necessary" so Senate has full story, lawyer says

Dr. Drew Midday Live with Mike Catherwood

01:00 min | 3 years ago

Kavanaugh accuser will do "whatever is necessary" so Senate has full story, lawyer says

"Denial for the president's supreme court nominee. Let me sobriety. Fosse's? Brad Kavanagh releasing another statement after the woman who accuses him of sexual misconduct in high school university. Professor Christine Blasi Ford went public earlier today cavenaugh visiting the White House where FOX's John decker is live Senate Judiciary committee chairman Chuck Grassley said in a statement that anyone who comes forward as Dr Ford has deserves to be heard. So I will continue working on a way to hear her out in an appropriate president and respectful manner. And that approach has the support of counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway, she should testify under oath. The Senate Judiciary committee looks like they are headed that way. Saying he too wants to meet with the committee saying in a statement, this is a completely false allegation. I have never done anything like what the accuser describes to her. Or to anyone Lisa? Meantime, John at this point. The judiciary committee is still scheduled to vote this Thursday on sending the nomination to the full Senate.

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'Designated Survivor' Saved! Netflix Rescues Axed Kiefer Sutherland Drama

Steve Trevelise

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

'Designated Survivor' Saved! Netflix Rescues Axed Kiefer Sutherland Drama

"Me. And the good news here is that some shows that were canceled are coming back designated survivor is coming back with Kiefer Sutherland never watched it. But I heard good things about it. Used to be I think ten o'clock Tuesday nights. I forget what was on before it. But that I used to watch your they know because he would end the night see the promo for designated survivor and Netflix picked it up for third season. And I know they're like Kevin can wake cancelled the Kevin James show, and it may be picked up by somebody. They shopping it around hoping that he gets picked up every now, and then that happens every now and then taxi was on ABC for the longest time. It got picked up and went over to NBC, but they have been shows that started off on one network ended up on the other. If you could bring back show is there a show that's out there. There's not coming back. What are the shows that you hope would

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