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Fasting and the Microbiome With Mike Mutzel
"Mike. Welcome to the fast. Transformation summit jonkers thanks. Thanks so much for the opportunity to great to be with you to amazing videos over the past couple of years. Super grateful to call you a friend Learn from you continue to learn from you and all the great work you're doing so honored to be here. It's just absolutely well. Thanks so much for being a part and howard tell everybody how you really got got started with functional medicine and and what interested you in the microbiome. Yeah really good. Question like people had health issues. My a foray into this Training in college. I wanted to be a pro cyclist. Don't ask me why just rose. This was back when lance armstrong was on the twitter. Franz madaba is really into it. sorta racing School bike team college by team and training. Twenty twenty five dollars a week and got really depressed. Tired had a lot of josh. Who's constipation diarrhea and so forth in. I kind of knew that. I was over training but i i went to the doctor and said half. You'll really like lightheaded. Every time i stand up. I get dizzy. What's going on and she's like you know like you're probably just depressed. It's your senior year. You're pre med student. Want you just take an assessor. I and i'm like. I don't think that's the issue so anyway went back to the medical research typed in overturning syndrome and i found this whole list of endocrinology gastrointestinal complications in athletes are overtraining. So weird that. This doctor wouldn't tell you about this anyway. So i just realized there was a chasm there. Through little bit of serendipity started working with it and we're going to medical doctor right after a guy into college after college got into a sales gig working for function. Medicine supplement company so got really exposed that way and my four range. The microbiome is through one of the medical assistance at gerard galleries office. In addition that i was working with so i can get some hours and some volunteer work In order to go to med school she thought she underwent gastric bypass surgery. Bariatric surgery lost was like two hundred pounds or two hundred fifty some odd pounds. Who the matter of one hundred twenty days didn't change your diet which was really interesting because i thought the dodgers would tell her to change her that so she was still kind of eating some of that junk food but but lost the weight and i thought there's got to be more to this than just restricting food. Someone can't eat the of the procedure.
Rantanen scores twice as Avalanche blank Sharks 4-0
"Time with Kay at his home studio talking about a fantastic avalanche win. My brother Marty. Everyone loves a good redemption story when the opportunity arises like it did for Avalanche goalie for the group our he took advantage of his chance. After allowing 56 goals. San Jose scored Monday. The Shark tank he came in last night. As as teammates blank. The sharks for nothing grew be stopped. All 26 shots became his way, was clearly pleased with the outcome. Postgame, however, response compared to last game. I think everybody everybody Obrecht hard 60 minutes we didn't have, like five minutes, pressure on them and then 15 minutes and our own zone, So it was really good. It's not about always like the points where the goals of the assist you were you score and have it's It's about the team and helping the team Ben and I think That was really good game from that top line. Forward me go ranting and game Landeskog each notch four points me go scoring twice. Landy lit the lamp for his third consecutive game convention. Sam Gerard scored the other Colorado goal tomorrow night. The has returned home to kick off nine in a row. Ballerinas. Ducks come to town, The
Former top aide details sexual harassment allegations against New York Governor Andrew Cuomo
"It is and what I was saying before. It is kind of a threat thing, But I worked with the guy that every woman referred to his creepy Joe, and he was a perfectly nice guy. But do we all know him? Is he? No, No, no, no, no. This is years ago. Those corporate America years ago. Not not that show. Not the one of the oval. Okay? No, no, no, no, no, not him. He's perfectly lovely. Um But like he would say to me that I had to work with Joe and he would be like he would always comment about all that such a nice dress. You're wearing something like that, But it was just the way that he said it would make me feel like alright, back off. Big guy, You know, like it just was the way, he said it was another co worker. A male co worker could say what? Why you look really necessary, but thank you because it was the way they said it. It's the vibe. It's the total vibe, but I don't know how you fix that vibe. Guys, I don't know. But if you're creepy, your creepy The heavy breathing is kind of a giveaway. Oh, if a woman looks you goes, I think we should take a shower. Now you're probably that guy. So now, of course, Cuomo's AIDS or denying that this happened. They deny the claims because she was very specific when she said she was on that plane in October, 2017 and and who was on who was seated next to her, she wrote, As I said that his press aide was to my right. A state trooper was behind us. Well, Cuomo's press secretary, a woman, by the way, kid. Caitlyn Garrard. Gerard dismissed the allegation, she said in a statement. As we said before Miss Boylan's claims of inappropriate behavior or quite simply false, and she cited flight logs detailing Cuomo's plane trips in October of 2017 and said there was quote no flight, where Lindsay was alone with the governor, a single press aide and a New York state trooper as she claimed in the block post, And she also cited a joint statement from several former aides who shared flights of the governor and Boylan during that period, who denied the That occurred as she described. We were on each of these October flights. This conversation did not happen. Yes. So that's all a lie. That's a complete lie. The statement itself is alive. Why it's provably alive. In fact, Lindsay Boylan, in her statement, never said she was alone with those people on the flight. She never once made that allegation. The Congress. The governor's office is inventing an allegation to knock down this is a strong man, Lindsay Boylan never said she was alone. With the governor, a press aide and in New York state trooper. She never said that there was nobody else on that flight or anything like that. The governor's office releases a statement claiming well, there were more people on that flight, contrary to what she claims in her block. Plus, she never claimed that never for a moment. The only thing she claimed, was that the press aide and the New York State trooper were near her. When the governor suggested that they play strip poker. That's the on Lee thing, she alleged. So even in the defense here we see dishonesty come out of Cuomo's office immediately. Their first instinct is to lie. Yeah, well, this sexual harassment working group, which is an organization formed by seven former New York state legislative employees who witnessed or experienced harassment in the state's political landscape. I have called for an independent investigation enter out into her allegations, and you have Congresswoman Elise Stefanik calling for Cuomo to resign. In the wake of both of these scandals with the nursing home handling with coronavirus deaths. And now this sexual harassment allegation as well, she said he has earned the title is worse Governor in America and now every New Yorker knows that he's a criminal sexual predator. And she said, You know, I called for this when these allegations came out in December on December 14th that was one of the first and on Lee elected officials in New York state to call for an investigation.
Actor Gerard Depardieu charged with rape and sexual assault
"Assault charges. A judicial source from the Paris prosecutor's office confirms to ABC News. Depardieu was indicted back in December, but he hasn't been arrested. According to reports. The alleged victim of French actress was 22 at the time, she says Depardieu raped her at his home in Paris in 2018. The party's lawyer tells a F P The actor totally disputes the accusations. The HBO docuseries Allenby Ferro
French actor Depardieu charged with rape in revived case
"Against French movie stars. You're our Depardieu, nominated for an Oscar for 19 nineties. Cyrano de Bergerac. Gerard Depardieu has been indicted on rape and sexual assault charges. A judicial source from the Paris prosecutor's office confirms to ABC News. Depardieu was indicted back in December, but he hasn't been arrested. According to reports. The alleged victim of French actress was 22 at the time, she says Depardieu raped her at his home in Paris in 2018 deputies lawyer tells a F P The actor totally disputes the accusations. Jason Evans and ABC
Gérard Depardieu under formal investigation for alleged rape and sexual assault
"An Oscar for 19 nineties Cyrano de Bergerac Gerard Depardieu has been indicted on rape and sexual assault charges. A judicial source from the Paris prosecutor's office confirms to ABC News. Depardieu was indicted back in December, but he hasn't been arrested. According to reports. The alleged victim of French actress was 22 at the time, she says Depardieu raped her. At his home in Paris in 2018 deputies, lawyer tells a F P The actor totally disputes the accusations. The
Gérard Depardieu under formal investigation for alleged rape and sexual assault
"French anchor under investigation for rape. French actor Gerard Depardieu has been charged in France with rape and assault stemming from a 2018 incident after an initial investigation was dropped in 2019 for lack of evidence. The case was reopened last summer charges against the actor were filed in December. The 20 year old actress claims the legendary actor raped and sexually assaulted her at his home in Paris in August of 2018. Depardieu's lawyer told the rap. He completely rejects the accusations. But lawyer also denied the accusations and several other interviews over the years a 72 year old is known for his roles in Cyrano de Bergerac and the film Green Card for which he won a Golden Globe.
Street Photography in New York City, with Gerard Exupery
"Back to another episode of this week and photo. I'm your host frederik van johnson today on the show got gerard exupery. He's a veteran new york city based street photographer. That knows more about street photography than than or has forgotten more about it than i probably will ever know about street photography. We're gonna dive into that a little bit as well as what. It's like shooting in and around new york city now and before pandemic all that stuff going to talk about gear all this stuff so gerard. Welcome to the show man. How's it going very well. Glad to be here. Yeah it is good to hear man. I'm excited to chat. So we've got you know. The the john mara of photography. And then this genre of let's call it of photojournalism or that that world of shooting. What's the difference. What's the difference between street photography. And that i think that in journey with photo journalism you tend to think in terms of projects. Not just one image. You know a a series of images that tell a complete story and i think with straight photography. is generally just one image. Okay okay has got to tell the story one at a time. So let let's rewind back to the time to. Let's let's do origin story thing so cue. The flashback so the origin story of girard. Where what was that moment where you knew that. Okay i feel like. I need to be taking pictures of this. This amazing city. I live in well on my planet. We didn't really have photography. And when i came to earth. And i'm sorry all right more and you know it's funny. It's the only thing i've ever wanted to do since As far back as i can remember one of my earliest memories of my father staying his role affleck's in my hand. While i took the first picture took and which was a ship underneath the verrazano bridge and it just stuck in my mind. He passed away about a year after that. And you know. I it just all these feelings about photography and loss. Let's say i don't know all came together. And i just knew that this is the direction i wanted to go. Yeah yeah and it's a good direction. It's the world photography from my standpoint on of you agree with this but it's it's equal parts. Geeky ray is we like the technology and all that stuff and then it psychology you when you're dealing with the public and trying to get the right shot or get the shot or permission to do the shot and the you know the all of this stuff in between psychology science physics wrapped up into the time machine that we call a camera to fast forward to now the president or the recent the recent present. Let's call it like this last this past five five or so years me decade your adventures in and around new york city. The i can't imagine being a street photographer. There for just an extended period of time when i'm there is overload. It's just like what. Do i take pictures of two months. It's too much going on you get analysis paralysis. What would have been some of the standout experiences you've had in city over the past decade or so that you like okay. I got to tell this bar story. Wow pick were got to pick one. I think defining Well this is. It's further back than ten years but sure for for the finding event was i was involved in a robbery and a camera store. And it's a long story but rather traumatic thing. Somebody was killed and and i got roughed up a little bit and it was it was. It wasn't pleasant. But it was. After that i i realized well putting yourself out there making yourself vulnerable and taking pictures strangers asking or you know. I don't think covertly taking pictures of people is for me. It's just not right so if you're going to ask or you're just going to be obvious bat it you've got to put yourself out and up until that point I didn't know what i was expecting to happen but After that i figured well. What's the worst that can happen. I already found out what the worst that can happen. And it really It helped me in. Maybe be taught me to be very aware of my surroundings almost in a comfortable way though. So that okay. Let's not ever forget. I've gone into situations where drug dealers on a corner. And i was taking a picture of this house that was closed and abandoned actually in patterson not beard city paterson new jersey which is really exciting. We've got a water tower waterfall. There you go and a crappy movie was made by. Jim jarmusch bad it. It lasts two years ago and any case so i am standing there taking pictures and You know. I hear this guy walking up to me and it was interesting because there were like three. Get two or three guys on each corner but not the corner i was on the house was and i'm i'm taking pictures and i hit. This guy comes up behind the camera up to my eye. And i can hear him. I'm aware of him and he said. Hey what are you doing. I told them flat out. I'm taking pictures of buildings that have been foreclosed on You know and properties that have been abandoned families that have gone kicked out. And what have you. And he goes off and you know then he goes How much do you think they want that house i should. Oh i don't know but whatever it is going to be pretty cheap
Dissecting Webflow With Digital Marketing Specialist Lachlan Kirkwood
"So this episode armed joined by kirkwood luck is a digital marketing specialists based knee may in brisbane and much like may as background working across tech startups and digital agencies. He's responsible for utilizing the latest digital marketing strategies to enhance conversion outcomes. Luck also runs. Click truro platform to help digital marketers. Connect with jobs they love. I love the idea of that because there is much quake out there but it's not always loved doing so i love that idea lachlan. Welcome to the episode. Thank you very exotic jumping boom crite. Sorry laughlin has the company web flow. And we're gonna pull apart web flow from the outside from a market his point of view we look at what we love what we hate what we're curious about. We don't understand what we think to better and we're going to see if we can work basically web flow from the outside what marketing is doing it. Also a little bit about the that whole space about web design and non code and everything behind that and that movement so lachlan for those people playing along at high. Can you tell us a little bit about web. Fly before we dig into it. Yeah absolutely so. We're pretty ubiquitous right now in the tech industry. It's pretty much interrupting the whole no code. Move it on over the past couple of years and it really has been in the past twelve months that no codes taken. The wolves stolman essentially. What occurred is just tools that allow you to build products without having to actually see kurt itself. So it's almost like visual programming and this certainly being tools out there for years. Things like wordpress that it'd been able to do that full people but the tools a getting won't powerful these days or you can create user accounts and just like dynamic content across websites and being around for a very very long time. Actually it's been through many iterations. I think it was in two thousand and nine found. Start working on it. But the reason. I guess it's gotten so big is because the whole creator right now is booming especially throughout covert wherever almost starting to explore what it could be to build their own businesses and people without technical experience. More in pal emba build anything in the space of a couple of weeks and the other big reason is that the tackles better so you can scale things much better on no code these days much easier to design things with custody. Assess without even having to know how to write. Css and two boys strengths. That's what they specialize in the most. And the reason i chose web flows. Because i'm actually contracting for a company called bubble and they one of the other leaders in the no code base is actually one of our competitors is that i for years have worshipped his marketing strategy. I think what they're doing is absolutely fantastic. So i always take inspiration from one day doing and try to add a little fight onto it if bobble great so this space that i love when something like no code is invented because like you said it already existed my people already using. He said wordpress. Maybe they had weeks or squarespace. And you know he wasn't given a name and then marketers and advertising and branding type people were always brilliant at taking something and then it already existed to a certain degree and then creating a little definition around creating a movement was wet flow. Did you say they jumped onto the nike. Instead of position cells around that or would you think will instrumental of really pushing the whole non code movement hit by the found. That bubble actually didn't prefer or didn't like the cut because they thought it was like another blockchain kind of hardwood before using so they prefer visual program because that is descriptive. As to what it is way floor didn't coined the term. I think the community just started giving it that night because they wanted names for like who they would not software developers but there will so people who can build software so what you call them so they just started calling himself. No code is and where floor really saw about as an offer changes to kinda mold that identity within the industry and they started using that pretty commonly throughout debris raining. They'll using i know they have no code. Which is like yield conference the no code space which the first people to coin so yeah definitely been writing that way and trying to push that as much as they can now and even a problem. Now we're really starting to embrace the whole code movement and use that within content that we share. So let's let's get a little bit into that besides just heads completely around it so people who in one sense no code is in the fact that they they built a website on wakes card but actually the designer of code starts to feel to me like somebody who has an appreciation of code all the need for bespoke but doesn't actually code the base back end. Because when i look at web flood look at their interface. It's a bit more complex. It's not it's not week there is card. You can just go in there and you can adjust by the pixel you can change something from sixteen pixels. Seventeen pixels you can. Actually edit the actual definitions is not just drag and drop is that. Is that how carter defines themselves. It's it's more than just not cutting with no card. That's almost like a simple version. This is much more. It's a bit like being vegan. Not just about not eating animal products. It's about the movement of veganism. No code is basically the vegan so the coding world further point. Do they then shout about. I don't like vikings yes. Yes and yes absolutely on the avid note of myself. And the reason. I contract bob because i was using bubble for year and eventually ended up just out the founders and often producing more full them so i guess i fit quite nicely into the digital market out. My background in tech sought ups. I can read some strings of code. But i definitely can't write anything. Hdl's probably the furtherest. My knowledge goes to. But i certainly have an appreciation for it. I know how important it is and yet there is definitely staple learning cove to tools like web particularly bubble because bubble. You're actually writing logic. You just don't see the java script that you're writing it just visually for you. But it certainly does take quite a bit on the senate and the one of the reasons that i love web blow it so much and i'm happy to dive into the sun is just the amount of content created around education for even just like on boarding people to that product is phenomenal. I think that's one of the reasons why eighty so while you let's trump strains that so what i always do. My first love of marketing was seo. That's the first discipline i got gotten. So my depot position is eight sticker dominion and have a look and look at it and kind of guys. Sixty three thousand referring domains. Thirty five million back lanes but whatever that's worth but five hundred and ten thousand six hundred eighty seven organic monthly traffic. So i'm looking at. Nih risk worth one point six million dollars worth of sea traffic right so good start but to your point you know that half a million organic keywords. That comes from amazing content and that content that goes beyond sort of someone searching for no code web design till this is about understanding the pain points of a persona and giving first and then sort of building from matt can you. You've obviously looked more at the may what what do you feel like. They content strategy is for this particular persona so it wasn't a casa Previously in haas about the found is all web flow and when they initially started a business the actual personas that they created and it was two of them that they just laser focused on. That was all. They focused on building for and the main one was a an existing software. Developer knows how to write code. He knows how sorry they know. How to build custom websites or prox- but they just want a streamline that time so they might be a freelance that might have an agency and they can only just. I'd sell that time for money. And you know the time it takes to build a custom. Product is just much longer than it is to build it on web play with have existing templates or you can just drag and drop elements so that was one of the main problems that we're going to solve the thing you'll notice on that blog is suddenly post a low content around like the industry but then may educational content. Is things like a series where they actually educate those uses. All those personas on how to better themselves. So they've got like a blog series for building Agency oil building a website with good. Seo or even if you're building a costume e stole just how to build that still but how did you first customers how to build your attention with customers how to create a u x so that way you know your conversion rate increases so they really want that cost us to succeed and i think that's why we're succeed so
With many hungry for content, Sundance market heats up
"I'm Julie Walker the Sundance Film Festival kicks off today and like so many other things affected by the corona virus it's had to reinvent itself online more than seventy two feature films like Judas in the black messiah by Shaka king are debuting over the next week a virtual Sundance could prove to be a robust market for companies looking for content Judas as well as robin Wright's land use issues will already be available to the masses in the coming weeks but most are acquisition title seeking distribution deals like Questlove summer of soul the No Larson novel turned film passing by Rebecca hall and Gerard Carmichaels on the count of three just to name a few getting buzz I'm Julie Walker
Butler scores 30, unbeaten No. 2 Baylor tops No. 9 Kansas
"Second ranked Baylor defeated its second top ten ranked opponent with a seventy seven sixty nine win over ninth ranked Kansas junior guard Gerard Butler led the Baylor bears with a season high thirty points the bears enough thirteen and No led by as many as sixteen in the first half after losing to Oklahoma state last week the loss to the bears barked the first time in eight years the J. hawks have lost back to back big twelve games I'm Greg Eklund
No. 2 Baylor beats Alcorn State 105-76 to stay undefeated
"Second ranked Baylor used a balanced attack to hammer Alcorn state one oh five seventy six the bears final game before returning to big twelve action makes your Teague led six players in double figures with eighteen points while Gerard Butler added seventeen on six of eight shooting Baylor also received forty seven points from its bench with Jordan Turner and Zach Loveday each scoring ten love they said the back ups make the bigger stronger edges hold us to that expectation to come in and perform regardless of who we're playing and how much were up by how much time is left and you know I take that personally to make sure see through the game was tied at twelve before the bears won on the seventeen to run in less than five minutes Taylor also scored twenty six first half points off fourteen Alcorn state turnovers I'm Dave very
SCOTUS appears skeptical of excluding undocumented immigrants from census
"The U. S. Supreme Court is deciding whether President Trump can exclude illegal immigrants from the census count. The real issue. Maybe whether it's too soon for the court to weigh in Eric Berman reports, a lower court ruled Trump's July order to not count undocumented immigrants is unlawful. More complicated is whether there's anything to sue over before that count is delivered. 22 States contend there is if you're challenged it. After happens, they're uncertain about whether they're getting a representative or whatever the number. Is it small problems back to have to sort that out afterwards, you py McKinney School of law Professor Gerard Meckley, aka says If the court rules it's too soon the case will probably be back before them later. Eric Furman 93. W I. B C
78: The Indian Wars Part 2: The Battle of the Little Bighorn (the Greasy Grass) - burst 02
"It's the afternoon of june twenty fifth. Eighteen seventy six as many as a thousand lakota. Cheyenne and arapaho village sprawl across the prairie. It's six to eight thousand. Inhabitants are enjoying a relaxing day. You're currently at war with the united states. But no one is expecting an attack presently. Us troops should be at least a day's travel out. Women are preparing food and chatting. Young men are watering their ponies. Playing hoop and pole gain still others are sleeping in after a late night of salvatori dancing as the hot afternoon. Sun beats down. Kids are swimming in the river at the villages edge these tribes and many other indigenous peoples of the great plains. Call it the greasy grass. You might know by another name though the little big horn river but the mood of leisure comes to an end around three pm. They're charging the charges are coming. A messenger yells
Police arrest suspect after stabbings in Quebec City kills 2
"In Canada police have arrested a twenty four year old man who was dressed in medieval clothing an armed with a sword in connection with the stabbing death in Quebec of two people on Halloween five others were injured Carl. Gerard. Had A hearing today. He faces two counts of first degree murder police say they believe the attack was personal and not terrorism
France: Suspects behind beheading called for teacher’s death
"French police are making arrests after the beheading of a school teacher. He showed caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed in a civics class about freedom of expression and guards. Eleanor Beardsley reports, officers have raided the homes of dozens of suspected Islamist militants. The killing of 47 year old history teacher Samuel Patty has sparked outrage in France. Patty was beheaded by an 18 year old Chechen refugee who was angry the teacher had shown the caricatures The anti terrorist prosecutor says the murderer, whose name has not been released and who was killed by police was no doubt motivated by the hate speech about the teachers circulating in some chat rooms. French Interior Minister Gerard Darmon on said the swoop on Islamist networks was designed to send a message that enemies of the republic will not enjoy a minute's respite. Domina says he's looking into dissolving certain groups from the French Muslim community who are accused of promoting violence and hate. Eleanor Beardsley. NPR NEWS PARIS
French police station attacked with fireworks, metal bars
"Outside Paris overnight, a police precinct came under attack by a mob armed with metal bars and fireworks. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports, officials say some 40 people Tried to storm the station, but no officers were hurt. Police posted a video showing a barrage of fireworks being shot in the direction of the police station in Champagne Easter Marin, about nine miles south east of Paris, The mayor of Champagne you sur Marne, said the incident may have been provoked by a scooter accident being blamed on police There have been increasing attacks on French police in recent years, as many blamed them for unjustified violence against minorities. And protesters like the yellow vests, the precinct in champagne. He has been targeted to other times in the last two years. It's located in housing projects known for drug trafficking. Responding to the incident, Interior Minister Gerard Darmon on said it wouldn't swipe police in their work against drug traffickers, He said no one is impressed by the actions of a few little
Severe flash flooding moves across metro Atlanta
"We do still have tropical what was tropical depression. Delta is now continuing just to turn around Mississippi but bringing heavy rain and we even had some severe weather across parts of Atlanta. Right now, we do have flash flood warnings, in effect for Clayton Cobb to cab and Fulton County's. That is, including The Atlanta Metro area right here, and that is until 2 a.m. central time 3 a.m. for here in the Atlanta Metro. If you were in that area, so make sure you are trying not to roam around when we have flooding like this, especially as it starts to get dark lot of cars will end up getting stranded as they might just go down a dip run into some water. And you end up getting stuck there. So heavy rain still falling there across the metro, and we have continued to see that rain piling up of the last couple of hours. It has told up quite a bit. So here it is some of those numbers near the Atlanta metro 2.5 inches here in the last few hours around two inches to the north. That is a lot of water, and there's not a whole lot of places for it to go. So again, the flash flood warning in effect until 3 a.m. local time in in Atlanta. Now we're seeing this system starts the transition a little more off to the East. The threat Wass Further west. Now it's starting to move here. The severe weather outlook here still includes Atlanta but also now spreading the east, including Athens and also getting toward the Carolina border here. So Augusta, Georgia now included in that area of watching for severe weather. We're talking a slight risk for a few more thunderstorms that could generate quick spin up tornadoes that we have seen somewhat today. At least the threat for that another area not associated with the remnants of Delta Way off to the north. We're talking your main and leaving Vermont, New Hampshire, Just a band of thunderstorms. Some of these have been severe, producing some gusty winds over 60 MPH quarter size. Hail that is one other zone and tomorrow we could be seeing things changing a bit more as the remnants of Delta just going to kind of get scooped up here. Mixing in with this next system, bringing heavy rain across the Northeast. We're going to track the next system that we're going to be seeing across the Midwest tomorrow, coming up. Gerard. Thank you.
"gerard" Discussed on PMC Podcast
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"gerard" Discussed on PMC Podcast
"gerard" Discussed on PMC Podcast
"Push-up are. We gonna let the aid deal with this hook. Another nato force polish tortilla with this kind of serious not serious or it's too serious were americans are gonna get killed. You know like you goes back to being on your own. it's like man mccain schip these nudes naked some ottoman. Some of them were crying. Some of them were able to do all t triple c. Over it they could you know. Take of some stuff some of them. I'm like hey man. Big boom naked. Yeah yeah yeah. I like make it all tra- simple that's kind of my point. It was like The time that i was there was hearts and minds scenario. And i was like. I don't even understand if they understand. There's a difference between your heart and your mind like you. So fundamentally different than the overall mission was like. I don't think these two things even fucking collaborate with each other like grant like you said you got some people. I don't want to discredit any of the afghans. That are that are well read intelligent. Because they're they do exist and there's a lot frankly. There's there's a good portion of out there and i met several of them And their high speed but there's a lot of people a vast majority of just regular people that grew up dirt and they don't know nothing other than whatever their dad told them. Yeah and you know that's not different enemy or role. Yeah exactly is just tribal life. That's how it works. It's just the four g in the west is a lot better than the four kabo. And that's really what it comes down to tim. Graham get really. It's it's like earn. Ronaldo i it's it's a really complex question something i think about on or sway more than. She is not much effort. That i put in and i still talk to a lot to be askins over there and i'll get text messages. Im's and whatnot. And they sent me a picture of a guys leg rockley. he'll quite. It's resolved rid nouns all tax up in. It's like the bucket. I you know what the fuck was that months. something simple. Not like gruesome combat injury. Disguise sock was used to his leg with cussing one corrupted to be one day. And he's like yeah. I have to quakers game Buckets using like what's very not. Hey i need a day. All they're gonna cut off my leg you know. And it's like he's able to walk on he's got the laxed abroad of the grease grease supplements. Because no they all couch. Terrible diets right. Yeah i was able to semi get rochat already like you know what now you know bottom three months worth of greens guy. I was hoping he was gonna die. Needed more still kick a dish criminal beyond cripple way worse their employer. Yeah absolutely absolutely It's not exactly like things aren't handicap accessible. No they're not receive. Your down on those fable. Effort at your. Social status is not handicap accessible. Yeah it's it is what it is man. I don't i don't know just just be by being on my one day. Go back up the salads directly not as racist. Well i think. I think i don't know what's going on today in today's american society but i think they apply led to native americans. So i think you're good. Yeah so i guess. I mean very daring enduring. Think when i seventy you're loving more rustic too so once it like Can you paint a picture for the average actually. I don't know the average listener. I need to figure out more about our demographics but the average guy listening. Who's maybe not a military contractor came on paint the picture of what's it like to get out of contracting then come back to the. us you know. Get a house trying to find a way to settle down. Maybe get a different Different types of job and find some. I think it's like getting out of the military a lot of people. Except i'm hoping a lot more people took the time the bigger out that next move is i definitely feel. It was more involved. the spent just just a similar amount of time overseas as i it and i only did like seven months deployment most tibor. It's like it's getting back. It's it's not argument with the barter system. Brits kind of taken that step back like my Filled it's been a little bit different transitioning you know. It's no not being really specific art. It's it's hard to describe it other ways. I don't it seems like this real today as you know only been thirty days at a time. I'm getting ready to go back. You know it's like now. I can have hobbies now. I can have friends in my local area. Not missile beauty go drink with. Maybe i'll see them at that bar not exchange now. I have friend's husband's sucking talked in my in laws semi give a shit about what they're saying. I can't bail out. Buchan people saying i like to do because undeployed essentially becoming domesticated like. I think that's why bother cat over her while candover domesticated i. There's a lot of good things about being home. Definitely permanent relationships all that saad shitty things as well guide. You know. This is better shape over there. Get act pretty savvy over there like your hair out long. Definitely a w worse. Be different even undisciplined. Someone is the military you. You can talk in a certain way and here motherfucker. Isn't the tournament german. You know that it might be over. There are kind of triggered over what people think is warning whatnot I try not to be the angry angry. Bearded negative vet whereas his combat boots and bible of hands. Try basketball shorts mercer. Return to wear pants still wear boots those fucking shores though archer. Nah shop shops..
"gerard" Discussed on PMC Podcast
"In afghanistan issue at the absolutely so there's Fucking nonsense happens in that place. It's it's all these fuck backwards cultural war on the fob. And now there's so much probably talking about the time on this podcast is how many different countries have you been deployed to either in uniform or as a civilian. Technically to.
"gerard" Discussed on PMC Podcast
"That excuse me welcome. Back to the pm see podcast. It's been a while if you hear any weird noises is because i've been forced to record this in my garage. I've been kicked out of my home office. Well let me back it. All up been kicked out of public spaces because of quarantine been kicked out of my home office because of children constantly attacking me and now. I'm hiding in my garage while i continue to try to put out some content regarding private military contractors. So here we go. Today's episode features. A guy named gerard. Patrick this guy We just met so. This is a conversation of us getting know each other. We exchanged stories and so on but Dr patrick is a. He's a self proclaimed nonspecific. Marine corps enlisted. Four years is an emt really offers officer as Probably stop the bleeding. I'm not sure what that stood for. and tactical combat casualty care instructor. So he's been busy. He's been busy. He's been involved in operation enduring freedom he's been to. Kosovo is been involved in operation inherent resolve so the following episode has been recorded while binge drinking in my basement enjoy every four..
"gerard" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"To be probably like a New York style thing Crespi so you're not going to get that without a pizza oven like it's just not gonNA happen but you can get something really close and it can be delicious and you can make it in thirty minutes on a week night. So I think that's like amazing and I love up. Who Doesn't love pizza on a weeknight? It's so good and you have your standard pizza dough recipe I do. Yeah Yeah can you freeze that. Can you can freeze it. You can keep it in the freezer. He can keep it in the fridge. I always love having pizza dough on hand. You can just pull my biggest pizza though is make sure it's room temperature. Because as I'm sure you know it's hard to to roll out and stretch into a nice size when it's cold and I think that people always forget to like pulled out of the fridge and our so before you're ready to use it is really important so there are the two tips in your book and maybe everyone on the planet knows these two tips but I read them. And I'm like why have I gotten this far in life. And I didn't know these tips about baking powder and baking Wino- these tips though is because I was getting readers asking me like how do I know because I was saying I would always say like is your baking powder fresh because that is the is a thing like an I go through baking powder so quickly quickly that it's I don't typically worry about it. Not Being fresh getting readers asked well how do I know if it's fresh and so I go there and It it is true it really works. I've tested it. And it's kind of like a fun little science experiment but for baking powder you wanna use you wanna just like add a teaspoon to hot water and then it'll mmediately start bubbling up up and then for baking soda. It's it's vinegar. You WanNa add two teaspoons baking soda vinegar and it'll bubble looking at our our producer that I should. It never happened now. We do thanks to you. Yeah it's it is kind of fun world teagan. I know. Do it with your kids if you have kids. Oh right there's a tip for area. So who are your pals in the industry like I I feel like you and in some University of Malaya or like best friend. Molly is the sweetest Liz on a farm in work on a prairie right. Now she's the sweetest. Oh my brand is head a little one so cute. Molly's is really sweet. I mean there's all kinds that you connect through instagram and everything and it's really fun it's such a great community and are you. Maybe can't talk about this but how do you not have a TV show yet. Well I mean I talk about it but we're working on. It's really hard. It's really hard process. We are working on something definitely for sure I would love. I would love to do some kind of Netflix. Hulu would love to do it. All the readers say they really want it so it's definitely something that's I'm hoping in the works for Twenty Twenty for sure we one one hundred percent want to see more women in our community on that flicks and Hulu and Amazon and all of the above. There's not enough of it and I think that you know. They need to start opening putting up to the people that are with instagram. Like your. It's a whole different world and there's so many people that follow that I think would really love to see that and it's not not something that's on Netflix. Or Hulu or those those channels right now so I think it'd be really fun absolutely will endorse that one hundred percent. Thank you. So let's talk about you as a business person. Yeah yeah well so I know your mom is your business partner. Yeah yeah she does from the Star as you guys would hear from the story. She does all the back end really of the blog so any any the ads you see on there. The upkeep of it which is so much I don't think that people realize how much goes into you know up keeping a blog and keeping it running and making sure that that there's not like things just happen with coding. And like you just don't even your what some some things break and sometimes you're like how did that happen. I don't know so she is. She handles was all that all the stuff with the ADS. Like the little nitty-gritty the back end of the blog. Basically it would not run without her better know. All Right Jen yes yes yeah. When would you say half big harvest became a business man? I mean when did you realize that this could be my it was crazy. I saw really good growth actually within the first year really within the even the first six months I worked so hard I remember like this was back when twitter was kind of really making a push. So yeah I remember. Really you know retweeting. People's tweets other people in the food space and really working social media working facebook on trying to comment a lot and other people's blogs logs and I actually think back then it really really helped. I think that it got me a lot of coverage and then I had like a feature. I remember I'm bone apetit. Not they had like pulled one of the recipes that I did and I don't know number wise if that got me anything but I'm sure it was helpful and so but I really worked at it in those early stages to kind of get visibility and Within the first six months I really started to see readers. Come on which was really exciting and I think that got me excited and then within in the first year I was slowly starting to hear from brands and then from there released slowly started to build very naturally and I would say within the first two years I really knew like this is what I WANNA do. I it had been because I ca I stuck with it. I did it every single day so I must have seen something back then. That was like this is worth pursuing and not pursuing you know other career aspects. Because that's what I was working on twenty seven. So who's we always talk to people on the show about how they actually make a living. Yeah there's so much out there that's on instagram. And it's not clear like who makes a living from one and I think it's like people don't yeah people don't talk about it. Well I mean back then I was still living at home thankfully so I was very lucky in that way that I was able to folk and that my parents are so we haven't even talked talked about how old you are so people may be listening to this and be like well. I'm this woman. I'm twenty six now but I was nineteen when I started so I was still living at home. I had the support of Dan which was which was obviously very nice. Great like you know cushion to not have to be able to stress about money too much so it took me but it took me two years to you really like get actually start making an income. We were making money off of the ads the ads on the blog for the first year. But it wasn't like anything you know so that I could live off of and then slowly within those you know I started to do. Larger brand deals and our ADS are sidebar. Ads on the side of the site slowly started make more money and as our numbers grew you know naturally the income grow as well so that was really exciting and you know now. It's a whole different different story. Make money through all different avenues. Whether it's the cookbook or the woods on the site or brand partnership again apology I have. I have really great partners. I've been and really really picky about the brands that I've worked with. I do a lot of work within the Policy Landau Lakes. I actually did. Whole Foods has been a partner recently so I have some really good ones and I'm really excited that I've been able to be picky about the brands that I do work with because I think that I want my readers? I want my community to really trust who I'm talking about. I know that these are also the brands that I use my kitchen. So it's really important to me and I think that's also been something that's really helped grow. My brand is that my community can trust what I'm saying and it's it's it's really important. I'm not doing a million partnerships and doing only the ones that really excite me and that you know the brands that I love so now did your mom teach yourself this whole the business. Because it's not like you could go to school back then and learn how to run a blog note to monetize a black. That's my mom you Learn as as you go and I'm I guess I'm the same way learn as you go S- completely taught herself now. She did not know any of that and she's just bury like if you don't know it figure it out and that's really been our whole processes entire time is if you don't want just figure it out. Google find somebody that can help you and that's really how we built it. So so your among the business side in your the creative. Yeah I do all the creative she just the back end of the blog. I'd say business. I mean we really do that together. She's very much. Her side is very much the blog side of things. And then I'm all the creative and like you know if you come nitty gritty do get. Are you reviewing contracts or you so I have a manager. I have a manager enger based in L. A.. That does all of that side of so. There's we're slowly building the team a little bit. I have a manager based in La who does all the contracts and the brand partnerships and those things like. We don't handle any of that so I'm not like sitting there reviewing contracts. It'd be really horrible that you let on your plate though I mean you again. People may not realize this but not only are you doing the cooking and the recipe development. You Style and photograph all your photos. How did that come about? Why just I had go ahead any a team? You know when I was nineteen cooking out of my parent's House Edgy benefactor photography no all just stress again again. Same thing I had to google. Whatever I didn't know my younger brother Malachi has always been interested in videography and filming so he had like a cannon I think was like a cannon rebel And he made me by that off of him. It wasn't like Oh I can just borrow it. I had to buy it to go brother. Yeah and so. He taught me the ropes of that. Had A little bit but anything I didn't know I just googled and I'm really not attack person so like to this day. He's still my. How do I do this guy so I still am taxing him constantly like what what? What's happening here? Why is this camera not working? Because there's always some kind of malfunction or something that doesn't work which have such a strong aesthetic. Well that's like more than my brain. It's not because I am this pro photographer. I am not appropriate over. I just kind of know what I need to know in order to get the photo that I really like and that as my aesthetic that I enjoy I mean yes. I can use the camera and he's the basics like I can do that but my I think that my skills really are more in the styling aspect effect of it on the visual piece. Because that's just much more what I enjoyed. I always say I used to style clothes and have like a lot of close and not have like zero clothes and a ton of food propsal so mike dishes and linens and all these things and that's what I style. Now we'll be right back with teague Gerard of Half Baked Harvest after this quick break. Are you daydreaming about culinary school again. Make this the year. Your dreams become reality with the court on blue. The legendary culinary school study classic French Culinary.
"gerard" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"Fondue made with Kaltenbach. Look where you can find this recipe and more at Emi. USA USA DOT COM. Here's my conversation with teague Gerard teagan finally yeah. I'm so excited to be thank you for having me too. It was so long ago that you were on the show and I had to go out of town so clancy Miller filled in for us is actually for that we've met it is it is and I'm very excited excited. Although I feel like I know you you are just on fire on. You have a million instagram followers. I know it's not all about the INSTAGRAM follower. But you have carved out such a unique career for yourself in such unique space in this industry. Thank you that's a compliment coming from you. You know I I try and completely self created self taught. Yeah definitely so you are from Colorado. Yeah what part up in the mountains and the ski resort area so Breckenridge Vail the very area. You know it's very snowy. So how did her family wind up there. You weren't born there. No I was born and raised in. Cleveland moved when I was in eighth grade. There's two stories. You could see my mom just just basically loves them islands and we all say she just needed to move around and get OUTTA CLEVELAND. My Mom and dad both grew up in Cleveland. So you know didn't needed a change of scenery. She's always wanted to live in the mountains. And that's really why we moved but all of my brothers also snowboard and my younger brother is pretty good and so we moved moved for kind of that but it was really more so that my mom could get to the mountains and then my brothers were born so that took off so you mentioned and all these siblings. You are one of seven. Yes where are you in the lineup smack in the middle I have three brothers ahead of me. Two brothers below me and a little sister star. And what's the age range so my oldest brother is like thirty two. I'm GONNA say could be a year off. But he's thirty two and my youngest sister. My little sister Mr Ascher is Levin. So yeah my mom had her when I was sixteen. Says she was the I. Don't she was not an accident so I don't know I'm one of five now quite seven but still a big family. I love a big family. Do you like it. I do now I do when I was younger I did not. I'm the oldest O so it was tough because I had to babysit everyone. Yeah Yeah I don't. I'm not the typical Middle Child. I don't think on. I'm like the more responsible when I would say. Probably I mean my oldest brother's there's doppler responsible but there's so many different personalities all of us and I'm just very much more type A.. And they're all like Lucy won't oh listen to this. They don't get there so they don't care. No no no yeah they know it. So they're the greatest so it's because of them. Though that you started cooking it is yes. Oh my I started cooking looking back in Cleveland and my dad you know at the time worked nine to five and then we'll go to the gym afterwards so he wouldn't be getting home until seven seven thirty and my mom is the baker like she didn't do dinner like it was she just baked so we would have I mean she she can make dinner but like she preferred to bake as we would really have like dessert on the table able for dinner was ever ready so eventually it just kind of maybe got sick of eating like nine thirty at night and I was like I'm just GonNa Start Making dinner and once I started I just love I love the reactions for my for my family members and it just got me so excited to be able to make people so happy so easily and it was fun and it was like a great free after school activity and like I was bored and I don't like I don't like sitting still so that's what I did I cooked and I just I never stopped a cooked all through middle school and high school and then Started happy after that. Did you go to college so I graduated high school early with an associate's degree and then of course you did I eight. It's we graduated high school early but also with an associates. I so I just have my entire life not like school. Just I was never me just didn't like gumming wasn't like just didn't like it. So Yeah High School. I kind of decided I really wanted to get through it so I took college college courses for the last two years of high school and was able to speed up the whole process. I highly recommend it. It's a great situation if you don't like school so I took college courses through the Community College in Colorado and was able to graduate a little bit early and with an associate's degree. That's impressive. It was it was a good route out for me and I had full plans to like go to fashion design. School actually always said I wanted to be a stylus always love just kind of making things look pretty in all all throughout my childhood. I did it like did it. With clothes I address my grandma had this mannequin and I would trust the man again and just always doing something creative pudding making things look pretty nice. That was like my thing so I always I got accepted fashion design school in La move to La for three months. Got A job. The did the WHOEL thing for three months and this was before school started and I was like Nope I can't do. La Don't like as eighteen so it's a little young homesick for sure and it was like no I. I don't WanNa do. This did like a complete three sixty and I had still been cooking and I had been reading some food blogs and my mom's like to start a Fu bog and my loss. What do I do with my life at his point and so I started started by Dr? You went back home. I went back home after three months and I started half a harvest and I never looked back was the greatest greatest move I ever ever made. I did not know the fashion connection. Clearly you're still very fashionable things. How'd you been blogging or doing anything like that before he? So it's really funny rewind a few two years and my mom and I have been still cooking that like sixteen at this point and I've been cooking at that point for three years I would say and reading food blogs like you know back then through blogs not what they are nap blogs or not what they are now so it was different but I had been reading them. I think just to get respiration and so when when I was sixteen my mom and I were hiking in Oregon we mount hood because my younger brother snowboards and he was. There's a glacier up there and so you can snowboard in the summer. So he was up there and the whole family was there and my mom and I were hiking and she was like you should start a food blog. I'm like who's GonNa read that. No one's GonNa read that. Why would I do that? No and she's he's somehow must've talked me into it a little bit because we actually together took out the domain name half-baked harvest a when I was sixteen. So the nate and everybody everybody always asks what the name so I feel like I'll give you that story a half baked is my mom came up with that like my family's just very a half baked and I'm like okay. Why like under baked cookies baked? It really doesn't make a whole lot of sense but I don't know we somehow decided half-baked and then I love the word harvest so happy harvest. We we took that out. I didn't do anything with it though until I came back from. La has nothing to do with marijuana. I know and like I live in Colorado in Colorado like and let's just like this. No it is funny. It is funny right and like we were so naive like what were we thinking like half baked of course worse and like we live in Colorado. Like what no it doesn't I mean I've never. I've never baked with marijuana but maybe I should try. It's probably good for your us. That's my brothers. Have like it's probably really good to you and I'm like okay. Yeah and your food is so beautiful and Yummy. I mean I don't WanNa call you the queen of Yummy but like that's okay. But you look at your instagram. You look at the pictures you look at the cookbook. And you're just like I want this. I want this I want this. That's my goal goal every single photo. I Take I say does this scream like eat me I want this mouth-watering that's I think that we eat with our eyes. I so if it it doesn't look good. You excited about it. The interesting thing too is the way you put together and photographic style at all of that it it does look more complicated than it is because I watched some of your videos and I was like oh I could never make this. This looks complicated. And then I watched the video and I'm like Oh this is so deceptively really simple and I was like. That's the genius of teak. It's because I like to make things look pretty like I really just love to make things look really good and really pretty and it's not not that like that's not that's exactly the recipe is. It's just I take time to like put the pomegranate in the spot that I wanted or like off the plate a little bit so it's imperfectly. Perfect perfect the details are important to me. Yeah absolutely so you also said you're inspired by the seasons. When did that? When did you realize that he you know I might just in general very seasonal person? I think like a fall is my favorite season for sure like it has to be so beautiful in the mountains in the fall it's Gore are fall happens it's in some Tabar and because we're deep in the mountains or in such a high elevation it's like a two week thing and it's absolutely beautiful but it goes like that but yeah it's it's gorgeous and then it's Kinda just like winter the rest of the year. We had a little peek of like summer. And I call it spring because it's not really that warm. It's okay but the I don't know like I've always just cooked seasonally. I'm not really sure why that is. I love you know using the produce that in season. It's fun for me. I get bored really easily. So the changing of the seasons is really nice. Like I get to swap out my fruits and vegetables and that's really fun to me like I just don't like creating creating the same thing over and over so even if it's just like similar flavors but you're swapping out ingredients it just keeps things fun and lively and different. Do you grow food. You'd at the barn or your. It's we herbs we we because again because of the elevation not much grows and it freezes overnight three hundred days it's more than three hundred as of the year so it's really hard we've greenhouse we do herbs and they do really well. We've also had a little bit of success with like Cherry tomatoes. It's a slow process. I'd like to a lot of fresh produce in your recipes. Where do you source says yeah we thankfully of a whole foods which was like we got it couple years ago and I was like yes? This is great. I wish I could shop the farmer's market so much when I'm in La and New York. I'm just like Oh my gosh. Farmers Markets Forget it and then like the the berries when they come in and just like I just then I question like maybe I need to be living in La. But I got in I am. I'm a I'm a small town person versus seems like you're on the right place. Yeah I am. What is the signature teagan recipe? Oh Man I would say a pizza or pasta you guys know. I love my carbs in my cheese and like probably something with Barada on it too. That's another part of the deceptively simple. That's probably smart way. The book is called half-baked harvests simple. Your pizza's you don't need any fancy equipment. You just need a sheet trae pizzas so easy and like I mean. It's not going to be probably like a New York style thing Crespi so you're not going to get that without a pizza oven like it's just not gonNA happen but you can get something really close and it can be delicious and you can make it in thirty minutes on a week night. So I think that's like amazing and I love up. Who Doesn't love pizza on a weeknight? It's so good and you have your standard pizza dough recipe I do. Yeah Yeah can you freeze that. Can you.
"gerard" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"It is fantastic study of this man's life of of the way he's kind of built this protective shell around himself <hes> which susil holding him in an unsorted suppressing creativity but also it's the only way he's wanted to protect himself from all the pain of the world on this kind of whether he can get past that and then there's a whole other story where there are sort of flashbacks where we see childhood memories <hes> we see penelope cruz and her young son you know growing up in less than ideal circumstances trying to make the best of it trying to find his way in life. There's a lot going on in those scenes. There's a lot of texture in those scenes in a lot of kind of nostalgia but also kind of a clear eyed look at the past and a clear eyed look. Maybe some things that were less ideal a new struggle to maybe trying break this. Shell around himself in the present. I just think it's a fantastic fantastic film. It's one word. The plot is pretty much impossible to describe beyond this things. I've set <hes> but it's a brilliant performance from from antonio banderas like if he is up for an oscar for this next year it's because nobody watches the foreign films like there's no other possible explanation and he's wonderful in it and you know the the sort of the supporting custody great work as well but really it's. It's very much his film. He's in almost every scene and he has remarkable. Finally the oscar nomination he was sadly died for assassins and the mascot are oh yeah mainly us. We all agree on that. <hes> is a gif of him. You know that that that people use when he is like south korea leans back in his chair and war is not from what's that from us from assassins isn't isn't often often was he in the net. No you're the jury north. I am always anyway. This is fantastic. We give it four. Stars sounds like you're on a five. I might be wrong on a mother who also so beautifully thank you his. His house is incredible. Look at this guy's house. Look everyday to look at the toaster. It's like dodging obama's smeg toaster. God is about four hundred points but it's incredible for the toaster alone goes it goes over the toaster and save the rest of the film so forcing for pain.
"gerard" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Him tell it who you are jerry butler enjoying. We're delighted to be joined on the n._p._r. Podcast by the star of angel has fallen and of course london has fallen and olympus has fallen nisa jared butler. How are you sir. I'm good how you doing just remained in cuba but it just makes it so he does is the phantom has fallen the ugly truth four. How're things you've said. You've just finished a big big movie with rick room enroll. Who won't who's the director of this film as well so he gets his ethos. He just his movies. I feel are very raw. That's that's what i experienced when i watched his other movies inch shock collar specially nuts when i approached him about about angels fallen and i've heard that description used a lot with our movies really raw compared to the strip and yeah and that was a big thing i'm from him. He's like we're gonna do this then. Let's really do it. What is it like being this guy. You know just when a terrorist attack happens. What are the rigors of the job. How hard is it in his body on his mind. What does he have to cover. What does he have to not tell his family and everything and then how can not be played with manipulated and in a way that nobody nobody could have imagined on a global stage in the end just from from how he's been kind of misbehaving say that from his this whole for the right eight reasons but anyway so yeah so. I just finished that movie with with rick but i have said that myself rick room in raw. It's just a good to lean into rick roman role or woman raw by the end of the interview. I swear to god i would pronounce his name correctly. That's that's my challenge to myself hoping you don't coming up with woman raw bryan. Isn't it at least swallow a of it like that but you're right it is this is a very different version of mike banning. This is a a less quick tastic. Mike banners no. Let's play kafelnikov hugo. I it's nothing like that. There's nothing like the abandoned that you had with with our cart in the last one. This is very very straight down the line for very serious which which i thought was interesting yeah yeah i mean there's still there's still a lot of schumer and funny moments in the movie. Especially my relationship with my father who's gone off created nick nolte yet but i sure a lot more of it is played for truth like trying to get a job pass straight..
"gerard" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Don't remember any of that stuff. What are you talking about. That's weird <hes> but i also think that venom is a huge part of this because fem is not a good movie but it made loads and loads and loads of money and so they might think well doesn't really matter that much does it. It does long term. You can have a one hit with practically anything but it does matter if you're going to keep people around it really what's interesting as well in some of the reports succeed like chris ed nothing confirms but some of the reports that have come out this week have said kevin fight yet and he did a bit of work behind the scenes on venom une credited did so even to kind of get it to the point where that was. I don't think there's a single movie. That's made with the marvel logo on. It hasn't hit his desk at some don't want at least you know even if it's just hey kevin we're not too sure what's happening with this movie. You know we don't really know what we're doing. What were you think we should do. I don't know how much work he didn't venom to be honest but it's it's. It really does mean to be honest. I think it's about chasing the bottom line and and screw that people actually let the love these movies love characters and i'll feel a little bit sorry for for tom. Holland of his last movie is peter. Parker is outside the m._c. and you him who knows who knows thing is they're. They're saying oh we've learned what we need to learn from from marvel we don't we know how to make spiderman movie but flies against all the evidence <hes> <hes> that they made too bad as spiderman movies spiderman three was bad the mood spiderman movies without marvel's direct involvement again rather tipping point where there there are more bad ones than are good ones and venom is not a good movie so the evidence is not there that they they'll they'll they'll be able to let that's amounts in safe hands in though because you know he's a lovely man and we want the best we do and hopefully get a move on quickly as well because you know tall still looks about seventeen or eighteen but <hes> one day he'll wake up. He'll look forty five twenty five years but sure no more coincided cursing tomo because i'm gonna with another tom holland and not tell anyone and then keep the real thome holland make spiderman vitamin three privately okay chris as your lawyer. That's kidnapping kidnappings. It's that's that's also a crime. The age is not the determining factor in we were in your chromebook can't can had big book of crime. I don't have it with me but i absolutely can. Well okay take your word for it. I am going to man up thome holland force chris about three k. through any police listening. If you can just stop chris i'd appreciate it. Thanks so much anyway. Speaking of kevin feige are offenders endgame spoiler special. It's only the forty-sevens one. We've done is finally going to be up a puma hopefully lead by the time you listen to this one with with kevin feige when we recorded <hes> in front of a small audience of loyal empire subscribers and lovely lovely people they are too. I mean i didn't speak to the more insisted that he didn't make eye contact but i'm sure they prefer a nice and <hes> that's going to be up. That's going to be up now. That's going to be up now also going to be exciting so listen to that as well and a quentin tarantino lead once upon time in hollywood sport or special also featured this in two right now so that is also the ferry exciting hurrah hurrah for us. Well done us last night at least as we can. New section is the sad passing of peter fonda the legendary peter fonda who died last week at the age of seventy nine and they were very very sad loss..
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"Another nerdy teenager with superpowers from the new york area to come up and get herschel. Maybe from jersey city. I don't know maybe somebody whose name is camera. The ah i know there's no overlending to be had from the selling i think ultimately <hes> because apartment the spiderman spiderman and communicator great together <hes>. I don't know you guys. I got a bad feeling about this. I hope that they resolve differences. I hope that they find a way to meet in. The middle regards money. I hope the pacific is blue as my. I really do shawshank louisiana good ending dean had a happy ending <hes> sputter alert by the way for shawshank redemption as he ever seen is twenty one years old this year. Are you willing to yeah kroll through a tunnel of literal shuttled squalor and come out cleaning the other side. That's what i that's what i will do in order to to see them reconciler differences but you know ultimately i i. I'm a pessimist in this regard. I think what's happened. Is that sony tom. Rothman is now at the studio where he wasn't whenever this deal was brokered and there's no no official statements here but there is a feeling that rothman and sony feel that they have learned enough from kevin fai about how to make these movies. I i think what one of the things that made these movies these these two movies very very special and of course the other appearances spiderman and e._m._c. You is exactly that it was in the m._c. You you and i think if you sent me tear him. Out of the fabric of that construct is just kind of feel weird in the way that then felt weird. Actually actually it felt old fashioned in many many ways that was one of the ways actually felt kind of old fashioned and and this is i mean you can have those two play together but i mean i i for one don't care because i hate venomous spiderman villain haehem <hes>. I don't wanna see those too much yeah. I try to be balanced but i'm not very good at it. You know i don't like him with spider. Monterey don't on. I don't know how those two carriages as they are. Currently conceived work in the same film never mind getting into more bs and all this other stuff that they have planned. I don't know how those together sony animation did. A superb job with spiderman in spite of that isn't incredible film if you tell me phil lord and chris miller are going to consult with kevin foggy. Was that something but the best movie possibly i don't. I don't think there's much kinder argument. Actually i think that's just incredible film. I mean maybe if they did some kind of live action action spite of s thing it would be a way of sony doing their own live action. Tom holland movie that also feels slightly removed from the stuff and could then if he was reading being integrated into the universe later down the line..
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"When i was like thirteen fourteen or whatever that was was honestly the funniest thing i've ever seen me and my mates at school would absolutely kill us. We'd watch it in i._t. Lessons and just like be absolutely pissing ourselves and israel. We watch it in the office the other day and it just seems to have gone vanished will ferrell if you're listening. Please send a copy to ban is uploaded the funnier die. I will do that yeah i get. I do get all that idea of questions. I do have worries why is lily not directness for example atlanta <hes>. What will that mean the dynamic nick. It'd be something like if i think actually it is happening. I think joel cohen is driving to move without ethan. So what happens it happens of jerusalem drake's movie with our anthony. Russo madness is this just seem to be like a hive mind as filmmaker so that's going to be a bit of a worry <hes>. Why is there no fishburne. Why isn't no joey pants. It's this i'm happier with tchaikovsky even one which housekeeping on board and in control of a matrix sequel that i was with the the matrix reboot which had been mooted with sack pen in charge the script not a huge sack pen fan. I think think is fair to say so. I'm i'm slightly happier with this yet but we'll see what happens but yeah genuinely. If this affects john wick four in any way shape or form arm there will be blood. I think i think there's pretty much blood guaranteed except yellow blood speaking blood. We should mention bemis t._v. Show <hes> which is as ambi- circle zarco generation z. said fine jesus which is basically about a whole load of old rich boomers turning into zombies and trying to literally literally eat their children as well as destroying their future and indeed the planet so that's relevant satirical so there's no salute so generational divide in this country that could be really nicely transposed across to a zombie yards if not just this country yeah the whole world burning yep literally so anyway but that sounds great and we love him and speaking people we love andrew scott lately of fleabag before mentioned and of course sherlock luck before that let's not get you started how much you like his moriarty love..
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"You know but i'm not doing that again. It's hell doing the the regime for these movies these but you know they got geoff darrow back and board. Who's a big part of the look of these movies. It wouldn't surprise me. Tall of johnston. Hausky comes back on to kind of help with the stunt since and the second unit and as indeed he's he's now. He's gonna fulfill this function on birds of prey or the fantabulous amancio patient of one harley harley quinn. He's coming back in to oversee along with kathy on <hes>. How's that going to work. <hes> action sequences for that movie so johnston hausky may be it wouldn't surprised me gets announced. This is some point any counties back carry on moss's back. Lana wachowski is back. Yeah jeff dyer was back. All these people are back and it's fantastic. People will lose their shit about twitter publicist the name this going do you remember make revolutions matrix reloaded guys. I mean they weren't that great so there is a fourth part of ova counter reeves lead action. Franchise lamb burning to say is joan wig chapter four matrix four. I'm very much on defense. I'm i'm very hopeful. The in the more than fifteen years since reloaded and revolutions lessons have been learned about how much you know one key shit. The people are willing to put up with <hes>. I'm really hopeful and on the this will be more like the original matrix and less like <hes> anything anything else in the matrix. I i feel like the matrix sequels are almost that stole was prequels level where enough time has passed the people can accept the they would not the thing that everyone hopes and dreams that they would be so people can go back and pick the things that actually the there. Were things have merit so them especially. Some of the action in <hes> in and reloaded is great that yeah maybe there's a little bit more distance now that you can enjoy the stuff that there is to enjoy them without holding onto the fact that they're ever going to hold a candle all to the first one i think with this new one thing i'm really intrigued and excited about is the said launch houses co writing this but also on board is david mitchell the author of cloud atlas <hes> on the bone clocks which are amazing books and over which skis with tom to quit the cloud atlas film film is so great great and i'm intrigued to see what that sort of writing collaboration is gonna bring especially like the which house keys i know it's just launer onboard at the moment but nothing about leaping and bones but they are fascinating filmmakers and whether you like everything they've done since the matrix have always done things that are really ridi really interesting and the follow these interesting narrative threads outta note the transference of souls about rebirth and about the kind of disparate the difference between reality and internal reality and the world around you the has obviously then been mirrored in a really interesting way in their personal lives gives a now that plugging back into the matrix. I didn't mean disabling back into the matrix but it works taking that back into the world of the matrix with the who kind of loner is a filmmaker these days. I think he's going to be fascinating. That's what gets me excited but i'm i'm really hopeful. I really am i just i worry about carts like the architect coming back for no fucking reason but i'm really hopefully none or cordingley vis-a-vis really hopeful that was really upsetting is is that amazing will ferrell. Mtv sketch has been scrubbed from the internet. I think he calls line anyway..
"gerard" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"T._v. Company might broadcast the running man who's again something that attracted you too yeah and actually you know he wrote up when he was eighteen nineteen so it was kind of amazing that he could be that mature but also it's a time period. That's scary. Stories is set that is scary stories nineteen sixty eight that seems to have been a time that <hes> our times reflect very well right now. You have a lot of nixon for example yes footage of nixon in <hes> scary stories telling the darken feed. Mom looms large background. Let me i can i wait. You do not film. <hes> it's amazing. This is something that you had your eye on <hes> in a way because i think frank darabont had the rights to it for a while but it never cracked the nut yeah. I'm not i mean would have made a wonderful movie. I'm sure i'm in who i love. Love always film so i don't know what happened there but <hes> yeah eventually they rights became available again and i guess you line grab them and at that time they were i've been discussing discussing with with them for a while and then i went and did scary stories and then suddenly was still available and they talk talk to them and then wow okay they liked my take on its apparently was it the same thing big pitch big screens together trailer all right okay. We'll talk about that. In detail makes your andres been an appetizer. I you go and walk and then who knows scarier stories to tell in the dark. Hopefully we shall see. It's been a pleasure hundred over door. Prizes like okay so that was andre over dole and now it is tied to talk about this movie news <hes> so quiet though it's not been a lot happening i get it and just go straight to the reviews section. I guess so <hes> come on. We should probably like. I don't know find something. I guess there's oh my god born. Twenty five title was announced an in two thousand five. It's the bond entitle no time to die which if you think about it is basically the exact same meaning as die another day. I don't know if that's a good thing or bad thing. It's very bone title that for bonn tile dr no time to die another day yes are you one of these people who has written a lot into this. The fact that there is the word no in this because it's heavily rumored calls me monica's playing dr no. I hadn't heard that rumor now now. I'm depressed about the punch in the tail and i wish you hadn't told me no time to die. Just needs more it needs. It's more punctuation really doesn't it. It's time to kill but no time to die at. I keep putting it with other similarly named films in my head. I think this is maybe a statement of kind of of assurance for the fans. It's meant to reassure them that some kind of continuity some kind of classic bonus is going on because i feel like there was a there there was a lot of consternation from a certain type of person about the whole he isn't 007 at this point. He's retired <hes> especially about the the stories that louisiana lynch will be 007 so maybe this is a little bit of our no. This is a this is a classic bond. Movie don't worry kind of an announcement advancement but also this may be done craigslist movie but it won't be bonds last movie and that <hes> tracheal dull good on the recasting route and just carry on they've done before yeah.
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"Get it. I lost a whole job and i was like to call him. My agents went to hell and they were like day saying that you got the job they loved european and it was <hes> and you're like no no no. I got the job on the j. one. You're actually shooting the movie. I'm not here any day now. The realizes pitch but is that a part of the directing skill said develop over time that idea yeah. I mean i've india now. A pitch is home in the times also started doing commercials. I did ten years commercials and that kind of is very similar process. We have to put together a presentation of how even though it's a thirty second thing you have to do it in a specific way and that's a good learning experience for going into movie making because you are going to have to present the it's a competitive situation in a way it's old have to judge you on is really how you percent your ideas. You have to have clearcut ideas and i think think india and i believe that you can actually have not the best most amazing awesome pitch in the world but if you have good ideas as a director you'll kind of get away with it. Even if you're not a show person standing there and kind of roll up roll up gentlemen i'm not so that way so always always terrifying for me to go into studios and pitching because i felt like i had to be a you know somebody you could just stand there and sing and dance and i certainly wasn't yeah but what's <hes> wh- what is a pitch for you. What do you bring in mood boards. Do you bring in examples of what you're going to aim for in terms of tone and style yeah sometimes you have like like a fifty sixty seventy page document on t._v. Screen that you put together with visuals and with going through the whole movie like okay. This is the design of everything i'm from the costumes to the <hes> the roads that is going to happen although the house or how everything's going to the tone and the mood and even down to the music as you can play the music in the room to show this is going to be the feel of it and trailer for example you cut together a trailer based on other movies like a spec trailer that should be like two three minutes and percent kind of what's this vision is going to be which can be quite tricky but it's possible and basically really only have twenty minutes just to do it so i can spend months preparing this and all you have as you walk in there you have twenty precise minutes that can balloon to forty five minutes but rarely more because if have you have a question and answer session with the studio with producers afterwards but it will be in that bracket and <hes> it does kind of like terrifying that you only have those few minutes nets sounds exhausting awesome. Yeah scare anybody unless you're christopher nolan or somebody will want to make this movie and they go yes. Just how much do yes wow. That's that's interesting so <hes>. Did you cut together a trailer for this for this pitch scary stories yeah what sort of movies that were incorporated.
"gerard" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Would it pass muster on an average episode of eastenders if he turned down with his accent now would hundreds and no no no bad but here's the thin about accent. I don't know whether it's knowingly deliberately bad. I assume it is whether he just couldn't do it and they just decided to go with it because you don't move you put don't you should accent. I've i feel like it's knowing i feel like there are enough people in that movie who could have said you you know what don no. There's no need this characters vive niece in london done. There's none it doesn't play into the plot. You should perform or is he is it one of those things where an actor's ego is writing <hes> action josh how's it complicated sentence thinking navigate him away through it for example has he long guys have gotten amazing. Cockney accent isn't and he goes. Oh what we have here is abou bells and they're just like what the fuck i believe him doing that saying that as a joke and then soderbergh going dot tl areas to that hilarious no i believe he he knows it's hilarious. Yeah no one hundred come on in six months. In east grinstead is let me know okay who knows i trust in both don cheadle steven soderbergh in that case all right. Let's talk about kennedy reeves in dracula <hes> so great obviously so bad it's great it is great but in a particular way of badness. Here's the thing right accents change over time. That's true to who's to say that his his accent isn't smaller authentic than we know kospi now but he might have find wax cylinders people talking like that and they might have talk like i know where the bastard sleds and might have been am. I've been perfect look. He's traveled three time. He knows things things that we don't know this century a century pleased with the accident. I know where the bossard slid why i like. He's not the only persons culpable in that movie. Oh no i mean i mean everybody particularly funds for coppola's culpable movie and i love it i adore or it gets a lot of love. I don't i mean it's bill. I love it as like a weird stagey. Almost late nineteen thirties throwback. It's almost an an attempt to recreate high. They would have made that film in the nineteen thirties but with like a bit more s around the edges. Oh i saw this thing the other day <hes> as amazing made the craft thought movie bram stoker's dracula the browns stroker's dracula is actually francis ford coppola's brown strippers gary oldman struggling just to get an absolutely right is incredible. There is a someone as debris <hes> jack on twitter really really richard wells as a really great follow follow him on twitter <hes> he was tweeting this extra for the making of francis ford coppola's brownstone gary oldman strike and it was this bit were jonathan harker writing home kazoo dracula's not bow deja. Che's dude and flirting is exact wording unders improve and train going across the letter and you think all that superimpose superimposed in some way but no the letter was massive seventy. Seven feet tall was a model train going longer for i love that shit in camera effect yeah <hes> yes <hes> that's amazing but the film itself i don't love i saw over cranked way but you have have hopkins accent this weird van helsing thing he's doing and then of course gary oldman's closed oceans of die. No he doing guy it just yeah. I love it but i can't recommend it as an accent. Certainly that would be one of those english quote. Mark accents that maybe english people don't appreciate appreciate so much for healthcare new in do nothing i can't remember. He wasn't bad a much different nothing okay but then i'm not sure if he's actually doing accent you think he was doing his own accent. Yeah if i remember currently all right. Maybe he thought it was much ado about nothing shakespeare right he. He knows his himself some shakespeare. He said <hes> he played hamlet denison. Some was one of the top three hundred ever seen in their lives. Yeah i've heard of other less kind reviews to nor those and go with that one choose to go with our one. Ah presume they didn't just add in parentheses by the way i've wanted to buy. Canada's great can you is great. Yeah i think you let's give ben affleck. Ah.
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"On the podcast this week director andrei overall pops by to tell scary stories in the pod booth about that's scary stories to tell in the dark. I fell in love with it. There was such a throwback to the arab movies. I grew up with plus. Jerry butler has this fallen. Oh no don't worry he's just fallen into the poll booth where he's gonna talk about. Angel has fallen. If you want intellectual conversation better that cumberbatch number budget stories about dogs talking with their legs jerry butler's you're all lot unusual news and nonsense on the movie podcast that is glad to welcome is terrifying terrifying foes to the movie podcast arena because if there's one thing this world needs right now. It's another fucking movie podcast. Welcome one and all hell aboard what i'm chris hewitt and welcome to the podcast which this week is brought to you by the national lottery cinema day how exciting and this week i'm joined by two colleagues colleagues of such lethal cunning not one colleague not doing any of that prime number shenanigans got prime numbers wrong this weekend by the way one is a prime number. One is a prime mist of all numbers. I would've thought it was pretty prime of numbers directive to looniest number. You'll ever need to be as bad as one. Though yeah. Three is the magic the book that is it isn't it <hes> die be joined by two colleagues lethal cunning <hes> you've heard them both already one is ben travers the nicest guy in showbiz who saying that about me i don't i feel like we should get. Tom hanks in here for immediately immediately a nice off or michael palin. Oh yes also joining us. The of our podcast as per contractual obligation is a delight to have you here. Just is written your.