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Fresh update on "globe" discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"Welcome back to boston public radio. Jim bobby modrica joining us from studio three for his latest. Rundown of arts and culture events around town is executive arts editor. John boehner spoken to him in years. He's also the host of the tv series opens thirty off which can catch right here on friday nights at eight thirty. He'll love their. Jared how are you. I know it has been a summer seem so long ago. Now i see your parking lot all the time that makes me feel good i guess. So so jared. Let's start with one. That's going to be very difficult to Explain our thing. I don't think so. Okay go get on your knees hoping you would give the synopsis go ahead. Tell us what's going on before. So this is a show at the emerson. Colonial theater clients presented by the emerson colonial theater. I should say it's up. Calderwood pavilion through september nineteenth. And it's called as you say get on your knees and it's a show by jacqueline novak. Who is doing a deep dive basically into a sex act between consenting adults on as she describes it as between a man and woman although it could be between two men. We'll just leave it there but This is a show. That i think is hilarious. She's a stand up. Comedian who Did this show in new york. It was extended a number of times. You gotta drop drama desk nomination for it. You've also probably seen her. Jimmy fallon and seth meyers. He's also had a Special on comedy central But here i think she fuses comedy with poetry with social criticism and cultural criticism. And you have this hybrid show where she really looks at this one particular act and the whole show. It's the whole show but it's because of the way. She approaches it and looking at human dynamics at looking at the aesthetics of the body in narrative around how couples come together how we view ourselves how how will we views sex and conversations around sex That's probably as many times. I need to say that word and this one conversation. But i just found this absolutely hilarious because of her. Very singular ability to Have thought and perception around this and turn it around for an audience To as the best art does to make us look at ourselves and society and what we do in a different light. You know what. I loved about this. She does a great interview with meredith goldstein. We've had around many times. Who the advice columns the boston globe and she talks about. How part of the background here is that. The act is kind of embarrassing. She said but temporarily the height of your being excellent cool and she said in her own life it was about wanting to do everything adolescent wanted to hit every mark wright wanted to be good at everything doing all the things all the activities all the extracurriculars so this is if she has a perfect this to get into harvard or something like that i also i hate doing things that can't practice privately. Which is so. It's really funny. We'd have a good time. It's extremely funny and it's a great time to return to the theater. I think and just really appreciate. I mean she's giving the show a lot of thought Especially having the downtime of the pandemic to really craft this as a theater piece because some people think. She's a comedian. So what does the suing in the theater. But no as they say it's got this whole arc to it. It's why she got the drama desk nomination..
Lenin Commanded Party Members to Exploit Race in America to Further the Communist Cause
"So why do you think that people pushing things like the sixty nineteen project have such an animus against america that they would distort that and make it sound as though slavery was invented by white people four hundred years ago which we know it was not right well lennon in one thousand nine hundred nineteen nineteen twenty when the communist party was first being established here in new york city gave specific orders to party members to exploit the issue of race and of course that was a a sore point a weak point in american society. We did have jim crow We did have the ku klux klan. We did have discrimination but ever since then that has been the point. The weak point that has been exploited to cause strife and division which is how the communists have attained power across the globe. And so if you want to change this country if you want to change it from a republican form of government system of free enterprise and if you believe that socialism or communism is the way to go then you cast doubt on the validity of this government and this economic
Off the Spice Rack: The History of Salt
"Okay. So the history of salt is fairly simple. Animals war paths to salt licks men followed trails became roads and settlements group aside them legit beside the salt licks. Yeah cassette beside the roads yet. Getting to the on these are these. Are these salt route so eventually and this is exactly what you just spoke about. Eventually the human menu shifted from salt rich game two serials. Like when crop started growing ray and some more salt was needed to supplement the diet when humans started eating more cereals. Okay so but cereals that you hate right. The modern day cereal grains barley right. Yeah those are considered cereals in times. Yes yeah i'm still. Yeah not not cereal boxes. Not fruit loops. Now that's when everything went downhill. The demise mandy but the underground the underground deposits started to become further away from the settlements and scarcity kept the mineral precious so as civilization spread. Salt became one of the world's principal trading commodities routes to the salt reservoirs. And i'm like showing you reservoir picture if you will of a slot reservoir leading to that reservoir. These routes crossed and trade centers crisscrossed the globe. One of the most traveled lead from morocco south across the sahara and timbuktu just a super famous spot to gather. You feel like that's the furthest point ever. I know yeah. This ships bearing salt from egypt to greece travel. The mediterranean and the aegean sea venice's wealth centuries ago was attributable to salt which venetians traded with constantinople spices when in in twelve ninety five marco polo delighted with tales of the value of salt coins. Bearing the seal of the grant genghis khan
FBI Releases First Declassified 9/11 Document After Biden Order
"Biden administration has declassified a sixteen page f. b. i. report on the links between saudi citizens in the united states and two of the nine eleven hijackers. The is the first to be disclosed since president biden ordered a declassification review but it offers no evidence at the saudi government was complicit in the attacks. The release came after ceremonies were held across the nation to mark the twentieth anniversary of the attacks as npr's taped mr reports. There was solemn music the reading of victims names and junior eddo mirrow abide in speeches. Gordon felt the brother of edward felt a victim of the crash of united flight. Ninety three spoke at the ceremony in shanksville september eleventh was not a singular event but a date that marked a cultural paradigm shift in our country and for freedom loving people across the globe. President joe biden participated in events at all three locations dave mitch. Npr
FBI Releases Declassified 9/11 Document after Biden Order
"The biden administration has declassified a sixteen page f. b. i. report on the links between saudi citizens in the united states and two of the nine eleven hijackers. The is the first to be disclosed since president biden ordered a declassification review but it offers no evidence at the saudi government was complicit in the attacks. The release came after ceremonies were held across the nation to mark the twentieth anniversary of the attacks as npr's taped mr reports. There was solemn music the reading of victims names and junior eddo mirrow abide in speeches. Gordon felt the brother of edward felt a victim of the crash of united flight. Ninety three spoke at the ceremony in shanksville september eleventh was not a singular event but a date that marked a cultural paradigm shift in our country and for freedom loving people across the globe. President joe biden participated in events at all three
Boston-Area Catholic Priest Found Guilty of Child Abuse, Banned From Priesthood
"Now. News of the godly catholic priest who formerly led parishes in the boston area has been barred from public ministry. After an ecclesiastical panel found him guilty of sexually abusing a minor in the nineteen sixties. According to the archdiocese of boston it confirmed the resolution of the case involving reverend paul mclaughlin. It said mclaughlin. Ninety one had been found guilty of child abuse and his sentence has been affirmed by the vatican his sentence. Four years in no live a life of prayer and penance. Ouch that smarts. In the light of that sentence the archdiocese said mclaughlin who currently lives in california. Well let's get the lapd check is a social media. No he's barred from exercising any public ministry including celebrating masses edition. He may not provide spiritual direction may not wear clerical attire and cannot function as a cleric quote he is to live in contemplation of his sins and pray for all of those affected by his conduct said the archdiocese the globe. The boston globe reported in february two thousand three that three men. The prior year had come forward to accuse mclaughlin of abusing them in the nineteen sixties in september two thousand and one is placed on administrative leave following an allegation of use abuse reported to have occurred in late nineteen sixties with a minor. One man said mcglaughlin. I'm not gonna read that one. You can imagine it. When he was eleven or twelve years old he was also accused in a separate lawsuit of abusing a boy at least ten times from nineteen sixty seven to nineteen sixty nine. The boy was a ten.
The 20th Century Was Shaped by War
"We'd witnessed the twentieth century. Shaped by wall is one individual. So wittily put it. The twentieth century began in the balkans and ended in the balkans it began with the facination of archduke ferdinand by governor low prank hip. An amicus serbian nationalist which through various ententes various arrangements of the earliest twentieth century diplomacy triggered will will won a war in which a whole generation was lost the fruit of europe america only involved in the last few moments of that war it was the european nations that lost the cream of the young men in the trenches of fair done in those no-man's-land filled with bob wire and machine gun nests with more than six million killed but it was the war of mechanized proportions in which predominantly the military's paid the brunt. It was the young men of the armies of each side. That were mowed down just a few years later. The great war the first world war was out don in a conflict that spans the globe. In which sixty million people killed and not just sold is in fact in most cities of that war it was the civilians that bore the brunt. Then came the cold war stasis if you will yes hot was. In the periphery and south asia in the middle east and africa but between the two polish sides between america and the soviet union between nato and the war so packed the birds never flew this strategic bombers never dropped their bombs on washington or moscow on london on paris.
Bitcoin Is Now Legal Tender in El Salvador
"Salvador began accepting bitcoin as a legal tender. Yeah there we go. It's one of the many crypto experiments. that's happening across the globe. That's the way we're seeing knackers. You heard on this podcast. I in june just a few months ago. Remember well jacka. El salvador announced that bitcoin would be legal tender. I think we recorded that together. In new york person remember that. Oh yeah this week. During the different sweet green orders and menu. You went on the menu now. El salvador doesn't have their own currency they just use the us dollar but now they will also accept bitcoin interesting. Although el salvador also has fewer people than new york city where we recorded this guy and they announced this with like literally only three details at the time. All right rule number one. They announced in june. Every business in the country must accept bitcoin for the business that they do a single pusa. You can pay for that with a fraction of a bitcoin. Roll number two. The government will accept bitcoin to pay your taxes. And then jack rule number three kind of a little bonus cherry on top situation here. Citizens will not have to pay any capital gains taxes if they own. Bitcoin and bitcoin goes to the moon well yesterday. Bit salvador went live and we got a whole bunch more details. How the pulling this thing off. I i the central bank wanted to make a pr splash and lead by example. So they bought twenty one million bitcoin. The central bank. I mean el salvador. It's a tuesday tree yourself. There you go and then they set up a bunch of bitcoin. Atm's all across the country to get the populace excite and then to really get things going with bitcoin and in el salvador. They launched a brand new walla tap for forbid it's called chievo which is slang in spanish down in el salvador for cool very nice and with this app. Typical el salvadorians can conduct business and bitcoin yet. Every single salvadorian got thirty dollars worth of bitcoin. We've got like an oprah situation here in the app right right there waiting for you
The Tight Race for Second in the Boston Mayoral Race
"Elections are about. Who's going to win. I know that seems obvious. But it is worth noting because we have a really interesting situation unfolding with the preliminary election for boston mayor according to two polls over the last few days it looks like this may actually be a race for second. So let's try and make sense of those polls ahead of thursday's debate which radio boston and wb. You are are co hosting with. W c the boston globe and the mccormick graduate school of policy and global studies at umass boston here to help us do that. Steve casella president of the mass inc polling group. Steve is a friend of the show and massinc polling conducted one of the polls with policy for progress new democracy coalition housing forward massachusetts and education reform now advocacy steve. Welcome back to radio boston to be here. So lots of new information in the last few days steve. You're pulling data came out. Friday than the globe suffolk university. Poll released today both have city council member. Michelle woo polling. At around thirty percent they also have this cluster of acting miracle janey an council members and ib george andrea campbell. Really tight together for second so the first question does it mean that wu has her place in this preliminary election solidly in hand. Well i think we did. Nothing's certain you know nothing solid until everything's over you know that's one thing i mean. Just a fact about municipal elections is that They can change much more quickly than say a partisan election. you know. there's no republican. There's no democrat on the ballot. There's no kind of mental shortcut. People can take to where there's only one candidate that's anywhere near my as a voter my ideological space. So i'm definitely going to choose this one. You know in municipal elections. There might be three or four candidates that you're still choosing between so you know certainly you would like to be michelle Michelle lewis campaign given the numbers that that are the way they are. But i i certainly wouldn't say you know. There's no way that anything else can happen
El Salvador Leads World in Adopting Bitcoin as Official Currency
"Salvador is one of the poorest countries in the western hemisphere and relies heavily on remittances payments setback from workers in the united states since two thousand and one el salvador has used the us dollar after ditched its local currency the cologne. The country is not known for leading the world in financial innovation. But on tuesday it's set to become the first nation in the world to accept bitcoin as a national currency. The move has been celebrated by bitcoin fans across the globe but on the ground. The reaction has been different with protests and popping up in the capital. San salvador are deputy editor for latin america. Santiago perez recently visited the country to find out how the government plans to make this transition work. And why it's taken this bold move and he joins us now to discuss high santiago. Hello how are you today. I'm doing well This seems like a pretty big deal. El salvador is a country of more than six million people. Starting today. it's going to be the first in the world to accept bitcoin as legal currency. How is that going to work well to start this giant step for the evolution of bitcoin. So it is quite remarkable that such a tiny country embarking such experiment so as of september seventh of others. We'll have the option to either pay for services with us dollars which that became the national currency almost two decades ago or they can use bitcoin for
Chip Shortage Highlights U.S. Dependence on Fragile Supply Chain
"Car companies across the globe have had to idle production and workers because of a shortage of semiconductors often referred to as microchips or just chips there the tiny operating brains inside just about every modern device like smartphones hospital ventilators even fighter jets as we first reported in may the pandemic sent chip demand soaring unexpectedly as we bought computers electronics to work. Study and play from home but while more and more chips are needed in the us. Fewer and fewer of them are manufactured here. Intel is the biggest american chipmaker its most advanced fabrication. Plant or fab for short is located outside phoenix arizona. New ceo pat gelsinger invited us on a tour to see how incredibly complex the manufacturing process. Is i we had to suit up to avoid contaminating. The pfaff head cover on bunny suit zipped goggles gloves ready to go. I'm christine everything in this environment is control together. We stepped into a place with some of the most sophisticated new technology on earth. To ask you why. We're all yellow yellow filters remove light rays that are harmful to the process overhead a computerized highway transport's materials from one machine to the next the process involves thousands of steps where layer upon layer of microscopic circuitry is etched onto these silicon implants. That are then chopped up into chips. That will end up in. Say your computer. Making just one can take six months.
‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Reunites Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill
"Jurassic world dominion reunites. Laura dern jeff goldblum and sam neill in the some new cinema con footage universal pictures unlocked cage. On the first new footage from jurassic world dominion on wednesday night in las vegas presenting it in mikan the annual convention and movie theater owners. The studio offered up it behind the scenes. Look at the Returning cast of the original jurassic park. Laura dern as dr elliott sadler Sam neill alan grant and jeff. Goldblum is ian malcolm It was previously reported that the iconic trio would join Would join franchise stars. Chris pratt and bryce dallas howard in the third installment of call intra varos Run of the films While understanding well under. But i'm sorry undeniably tra- varas baby. The footage kicked off with an unseen. Home movie real starring. The world's the world's the world's creator and original. I'm sorry. I thought you said creature creator and original director steven spielberg. He is talent. I'm thinking to myself. Why is steven nobrega creature now. Technically the grainy clip should spielberg In safari gear on the set of the nineteen ninety-three film Explaining a film prop to a child actor. The problem of course was the cane. Used by a richard attenborough topped with a globe of amber housing a petrified mosquito inside and the cain was the first building block in engineering dinosaurs for the fictional park. That's cool so they said that was cool. They showed that kind of grainy. Home movie footage for that At an inner will interwoven with behind the scenes and a trailer. I think or or what they would probably not trailer behind the scenes
How Many Americans Are Stranded in Afghanistan?
"Down answers to regarding what's going on in Afghanistan because it's the responsible thing to do. And we have irresponsible leaders right now in D. C were a joke they become. I mean, a joke like I mean it like you're literally jokes being told about them around the world. Now, this is not a funny situation. But our leaders are a joke. You understand those aren't the same thing right? There's nothing funny about what's going on in Afghanistan. But our leaders are a joke. Those two things can coexist at the same time. The entire globe is laughing at these idiots in the swamp right now in the DC Swamp. So three questions. We need answers to right now and play some audio and some are Some sound here. Hopefully, hopefully affect us in the right direction. Number one How many stranded Americans are left behind? Yes, Stranded. Do not listen to peppermint Patty at the White House press briefings were offended at the idea. We stranded preview stranded people. There are emails everywhere. I just got an email this morning while doing my podcast for my source who has people on the ground, saying they are absolutely stranded that the airport is not open that that is nonsense that they're barely getting people in there. There are people on the ground right now they are stranded pep. German. Patty doesn't want to say stranded and I'm sure the media will now follow her instructions and use various, uh, euphemisms. They're not stranded. We're just trying to prevent unauthorized entry into the airport. They'll dump the word strengthen, but people are stranded. So question number one. How many Americans are stranded in Kabul right now in Afghanistan in general?
The Biden Administration is Confusing White Supremacists With Jihadists
"Are back with lead. Ferris professor of international relations fulmer advise if a national security and foreign policy to candidate trump the author of future jihad and more recently. The last spring We we have to talk about this. Administration's culpability for the events in afghanistan. Let's listen to the chief diplomat. Antony blinken from the biden administration. We're looking across the board at the Increasing danger posed by White supremacist groups Around the world And this is a growing problem and and growing town. Something we're looking at and we'll have to decide how we can be most effective for our part In dealing with the problem so professor priorities for the abidin. State department are hunting down white supremacists across the globe have any white supremacists toppled governments lately. what is the white supremacy nexus. Oh i don't know in iran in afghanistan and pakistan. You'll reaction to the state of foreign policy praxis. In this the greatest nation on god's earth well if follow that projection by the secretary of state. We would consider that white supremacist as he called. Them are firing these rockets and missiles from gaza to israel and those other missiles from southern lebanon into israel. And as you just said. I'll have just taken excuse me. The country of afghanistan are fighting. The currents are actually committing genocide in sudan are trying to Control libya these otherwise supremacists talking about or these other jihadists and talking about white. Supremacists is a cover up in my view from a geopolitical perspective to not talk any more about the real threats. Why because there is an iran deal to signed so we can't talk about that because now there's a taliban deal that they are enforcing the way they did and more and more so. I think that our foreign policy is shocking people around the world. Who are who this shocking. The most or these statements civil societies women minorities people who call themselves liberals around the world who do not understand what is this administration talking about not addressing the real serious strategic threats around the world.
Disney Swings to Profit as Reopened Parks Bolster Revenue
"Reported both earnings and revenue that exceeded Wall Street's expectations for this last quarter, its streaming service Disney Plus said the numbers of subscribers grew 12% versus a year ago. Also at the end of third quarter, all of Disney's themes, parks across the globe have reopened with reduced capacities. At the
Comedian Evan Sayet on How Much of Society Are Active Members of a Supremacy
"How many people buy into this in a society is right now it seems like the the people on the woke side They've had the upper hand in the culture but there aren't that many people. I don't think you really think this way somehow. They're able to manipulate things so that they seem like they're in the majority in in every supremacists Across the board from nazism marxism islamicism woke is on every supremacist movement. Only about five to ten percent of the population or actual active activist members of any of these movements right in in in making forty four in germany. Only about ten percent of the german people were actual active activist members of the nazi party in the previous democratic party supremacist movement. You'll south only about five to ten percent of the democrats were actual active activist members of the plan. It's estimated around the globe today only about five. Maybe ten percent of the muslims around the globe are active in activists. she haden's members of jihadi movement. The problem is not the five of the ten percent. It's the other ninety five or ninety percent who have been so fully steeped in so wholly surrounded by and so poorly denied the opportunity to even another point of view. That the ludicrous. The ludicrous narratives. He come nothing other than the gibbons and this is something that that the george orwell into that in one thousand nine hundred four when he had negating obviously absurd slogans as big brother. Slogans war is peace slants the opposite of peace. Ignorance is strength. no it's not the opposite of strength freedom is slavery no it's not at but when you've been so fully surrounded by you will believe the opposite of the
Unqork's Head of Platform Strategy, Ken Gavranovic, on What Drew Him to Unqork
"This is creation story at uncork uncork as a product is is the concept of enterprise software development often times different. Enterprises are building very similar software. In the second you write code. You've got maintenance and so the idea for encore was what if we can build the kind of enterprise grade building blocks so that you can build a repeatable no maintenance no dat solution and so that's kind of the fundamental course you can go in a what's the business problem trying to solve in. I'm gonna drag drop enterprise create solutions and build it and it's been amazing uncork stun prior to my arrival. You think about know in the in the middle of cove it you know. Working with new york city to deliver millions of meals to ta- customers or you think about bentley working with state so that they can innovate and deliver that relief to people. That really need it so kind of you know doing just doing good in the world and at the same time helping some of the largest enterprises around the globe build applications faster and more customer centric whether it be goldman black rock marsh. Liberty principal tremendous tremendous progress. So what i would say is to me. Uncork allows businesses to focus on their key differentiator and built quickly built enterprise applications that meet their customers needs so I've been involved in a lot of transformational things cryer jenny joining uncork iran product and engineering company called new relic which basically made sure that the internet works. Right has high quality solutions and i heard about unimportant. Where three things that really got me excited about it. You know as one. I'm a big believer. That culture matters and purposeful culture. And so i think leaders you know gary and team had really been purposeful in the culture that they were trying to do secondly something that would change the world because uncork is not only changing the way enterprises build develop maintained enterprise software but it's also making development more accessible right so not if you have the developer mindset. You could do it. And then third just a huge opportunity where i felt that the only question was who's going to drive this fundamental change in the way enterprises again maintain a build and develop software. So that's what brought me to uncork in. It's it's an exciting right. Have been here almost nine months. Now
The Rapid Growth of Cloud Technology Usage in Business
"Being this independent set of eyes and ears for cloud and technology for many. Were coming out of time. Hopefully coming out a time like no other. What are you seeing. Now that you didn't expect to see vince. Yeah i think you're right there about the unprecedented times were in so. I certainly didn't expect that they would be this sort of sixteen montage acceleration event that took place across the globe. But i did believe quite fervently vince that. There's just gotta be a better way to do things right. So i thought that the cloud would become without question the predominant way. The businesses like to use technology in that. That would be something that was going to set in. It just happened so much faster. We've all learned over the past year and a half about this. So the speed at which not only big tech companies Accelerated their cloud development plans. But dan on customer side right. I think businesses in every industry and in every part of the will realize now. If i gotta move as fast as well around me and be nimble and agile adapt and move at the speed of my customers. I have to find a different way to do this. And i think the cloud has fit that bill very nicely. You know i. I am in so much agreement with you here. you know. we've been talking about lisa. I was at microsoft talking about the cloud over ten years ago and we saw we didn't see the acceleration the first several years and it started the last few i call it a ra- more rapid acceleration but it seems like we crossed the chasm very big way over these last sixteen months or so.
The Camp Quinebarge Disaster
"Camp quine barge. Great name has been in business for eighty five years so pretty sediment in being successful or without scandal. Yeah but the camp charged thirty four hundred dollars ahead and shuts down overnight counselors. Were playing spin the bottle with the kids. Oh boy in. Edible food served on dirty dishes and dozens were left in tears. Board and devastated enclosed. After six days those are all very wildly different reactions like left in tears board and devastated so the summer sleep way camp. They're charged thirty four hundred dollars for two weeks. Abruptly closed after several staff. Members were fired. And campers complained to the parents about the poor conditions and different than fire fest. In the sense that it was a camp with a reputation. Yeah wasn't their first rodeo. Yeah but things went wrong in a fire fest. Ish way. Okay on july second executive director eric. Carlson told parents that camp quine barge would be closed indefinitely due to the lack of staff and problems. Its food supplier and to come pick up their kids immediately again. This all cording to the boston globe all praise the boston globe. This came one day. After directors issued a message to parents saying the past couple of days have been a bit rough but despite the challenges campus were safe and overwhelmingly having a good time okay. Overwhelmingly used very loosely. A mother with two children at the camp who wanted to remain anonymous told the daily mail dot com that her concerns live with the camps lack of communication when issues of safety rose shortages of staff proper food. Children getting physically assaulted by their campers. Kids getting sick without parents. Knowing staff members acting inappropriately with the campers by discussing their sex lives or playing games like spin the bottle. I don't think i could play that with an adult. Yeah it's just like it's just i can't do. It's just too uncomfortable. It's gross. it's gross. She emphasized at the camp to records failed to actively communicate with the parents about the issues. One father who requested anonymity claims he found a note son's pocket days after the camp closed reading almost like dear diary. We have been in tears board and devastated the whole day. The camp director is lying to you. All you have to trust us you have to. We are not joking and we're not having fun so many things are wrong with this
"globe" Discussed on Cineflek
"Should i title. This should i. Should i title this podcast. We watched the golden globe. So you don't have to yes. I love that trying to open the door but she was like this. Wiki is that is that what we should title it. Yeah i like that. I think that's perfect. We feel like let's just take on for other people and we'll take the ad revenue from nbc. And that'll be great. So yeah that's a tested in for me. I think that's okay. I'm just gonna like scroll through some of the major award winners here. Just about who else talk about okay. So let's just go for a first off award Very i think pretty expected a best actor in a supporting role goes to dana kalumiya. Yup the most dramatic thing about that was his mic was on mute when he was trying to give a speech and then they just cut back to laura dern and lawrence like well i guess is mike's muted and then all of a sudden it's like wait wait i'm here and like gives a speech and the lovely man. I'm happy from amazing performance. Oh god this is. This is both my like my pick and also like what i wanted to win so this is off the bat. Good with this. I was really happy about that. One okay best actor in a limited series. John boyega That was i think your pick. I would said i would have thought should creek here But that's cool Then catherine o'hara. I don't want to throw the tv ones with we zip through the tv wants. Let's zip zip zip at catherine. O'hara a gives a really chaotic speech. Where her husband is is playing stuff on his phone. And i think it's like i like pretending the league play her out but it's like no one knew what he was doing. Here's the other thing. I was thinking. I think low key they had. It had the show on their phone so they could know what was happening. And so it's the delayed. I was kind of wondering if it's the delayed response of the award show. It's the delayed show on their phone. That's what i was kind of wondering. But i don't know if that's xio see i couldn't tell if it was a bit because she at the end seemed like. Oh he like. What were you doing like frazzled. Cutting away the yeah like. She didn't seem like upset. Like no no. I think they're good but it was. It was like what are you doing now. Like what's on your phone. So so weird moment we also just have to talk briefly about how like they would just throw people into breakout rooms on zoom..
"globe" Discussed on Cineflek
"Hello everybody and welcome to another episode of sin. Affleck i m eastern coburn and i am clear cardis Welcome everybody. We just watched the golden globes clara. We did we. We just finished watching. What was that thirty minutes ago. Yeah yeah yeah it ended. It ended at eight So the golden globes are as weird as they always are. I think there was a time early on where you went. Four for four. Maybe six six same. I was at like a good one hundred percent estimates correct until we hit like tv properly. And then that's where no weird. My big upset was. I started losing was when they did best original song because that was which which the song one from life ahead was a which weird. But i was really surprised by that. Yeah that was. Yeah that was. That was a super big upset. So there was a there was a time when they were going very conventionally and the near the end the got kinda weird culminating in the the win that. I think everyone's gonna be talking about after this. Which is android day for billie holiday. Yes i feel like for me. Like i need to figure out how to be happy for her as a person. Just be upset that that one. 'cause i cus Her speech sounded nice. Like i like she seems like a great person. Like i'm genuinely like it's great to see great people when awards. Yeah it's just like. I don't know why we keep awarding just like mediocre 'bio-pics on lake singers from like the sixties like wire like. It reminds me of judy so much. Yeah judy was a surprise for me. Judy was not a good movie as a. I don't know how everyone i remember. That year was just like everyone just decided. At some point that renee zellweger was just going to be the person that we even the like schutte won oscars and everything in that in that case like android as different but like we just all like There was some point where everyone is just like. You know. it's it's renee zellweger year and everyone's like okay like people like. No one was really protesting it. So i just hope that doesn't happen again this year. It could you know. I brought up the point that it could be like attaran. Edgerton win that in a few years ago where he won for elton john. And it's like golden globes win like doesn't have any traction at the oscars but like what what what are your thoughts on that that one specifically because that's the one crazy..
"globe" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The Boston globe poll running right and it's good and the the the the thing is it's not it's it's almost it it went up beat and then started coming back down it's not that it's you know going back up and down right that seems to be a curve right there so is is but a judge losing so it did I've got to ask because you're doing these polls every single day right but it is comments over the weekend I know was Sunday and I don't know if that affected the Monday poll how much you know whether they took it until you know six o'clock at night then came out with the Paul I don't know when they swim they stop doing it on these polls but what does that mean when he was on fox news and and on with the I'm Chris Wallace was once a Matthews and was talking about I mean he was just mumbling and stumbling over the whole legalization of heroin and math which to the point I'm so and by the way I'm screaming not because of a supporter of book to judge but I'm screaming as if I was a you know a political consultant right and I'm like what do you do any any had shot well in in in first of all since when is that what is that a point a strong point who you trying to appeal to the legalization of marijuana is one thing yes because we're seeing it more and more are in states all over right so that's a that's a valid question that is is something that you could sit down and have the discussion with well are you are trying to appeal to the Democrat libertarian with hair one well yeah all drugs yeah legal well I'm a Democrat libertarian exist out there exactly four who really out there is marijuana is one thing you're absolutely right heroin math it's like don't even get on that topic and when he starts debating these as well but look out but what what I what I was talking to because what it's on your website the criminalization right that means it's not criminalized anymore you would make it not criminals own it well misdemeanor known that's criminal right a misdemeanor is a criminal offense and it's just like he was just bumbling and stumbling over and I'm just like you need to find it a quick exit ramp off this topic right away well because it what I think it was it had a really odd approach to the we have too many prisons argument from the left you know it that that which is something they've been saying for a long time if they're if they're behind bars for a non violent crime they shouldn't stay there for long I'm the problem with that is that that whole theory that whole argument is that they will tell you that it's a victimless crime but it's not and the it would mean to that someone like a Bernie made off should get out of prison because he's in his final days or it wasn't a violent crime I mean remember after the yum the whole recession thing and yet how many Hollywood liberals but these people should be in prison forever wait a minute you guys say that non violent crimes people shouldn't be behind bars for long which is it this is the kind of again bogus argument that you get and it's and by the way in terms of criminal justice reform what president has led the way and probably taken some action at the far left has been calling for or at least some on the left have been calling for for years trump plain and simple alright we got to play this audio quite ready for this all right Mrs just okay here we go here's the post debate a special man all right with Chris Matthews talking about socialism okay area hi I am my own use the word socialist and I'll be glad to tell them share them with you in private they go back to the early nineteen fifties I have an attitude about them I remember the Cold War I have an attitude towards Castro I believe if Castro and and the and the Reds and won the Cold War there wouldn't executions in Central Park and I might have been one of the ones getting executed and certain other people would be there cheering okay so I have a problem with people took the other side I don't know Bernie sports over these years I don't know what he means by social one we could stand mock okay that's harmless that's a sad face recap was trying to look good social welfare programs Marcus arms pretty clearly in the Denmark are you sure how do you know who needs twenty some of his agenda calls for right but we haven't seen a campaign yet we're video of him praising the other then use the use the question please.
"globe" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Show get that done with Milton's right now Tommy Bahama on those in your mind. Mike is looking very nice. Them guessing is Milton Shirt for sure. That is a very nice shirt like that. You absolutely our big winner clearance sale going on currently as we speak right now and Milton's Milton's DOT COM. Tom Go there today. Check out their page and let them know the Kirkman hand show was sent you. We Love Milton's Oh yes Be Michael Geary whereas Milton's that's right yes he he does southern last night I gotTa do the story. I told crops nine fifteen i. I have to read this Boston Globe magazine. It's the fucking craziest thing that's ever been published in that newspaper. I say that is I would say every three weeks it. My friends going to take a while to reach out to my friend. Pete Carl yet. We've sent an email through the webpage that to the gentleman who wrote the story. Okay did you read this story. Mike yes okay. I mean so. So it's in the Globe magazine which is in the Sunday paper. I guess right so The title is driving in Boston. As a man after my gender under transition must be nice. Yes arrive as a man not doing. That's true woman you can drive right. You know what I'm saying. Yeah exactly so. I read this actually see this headline and I do get that little tingle of excitement. I'm like I'm about to get Golden Globe hard. Give it to me. Yeah yeah he sent it. I read the headline and I was like well. It's obvious there's no way that there's no way that's what it is but you know what they never quite disappointed. The old trapped Charlie Brown himself so I thought but then I thought I am. I really do try this. I thought maybe it's it's an interesting angle to take. Maybe there's a new perspective here that they're going to tackle right trump. Yes a scary look Steve. Jesus I'm going to be careful with this story because they got equity in this whole deal. He's been what the Fuck Phoenix company eighty. The the author might be insane to have written something like this. It's crazy okay. All right so he's not being so you're not going to care for your taking a few steps in between being careful in calling the author and saying I'm not going to say my friend friend p Carl maybe the exact term guys in trouble the West Insane. I almost always want to read the story. I just ornery. I think he might have to read the entire thing. Let's hear p Carl by the way is distinguished artists in residence. What are you laughing about? It's just A. It's just a great globe thing and the author of the memoir becoming a Man Chen Commons to magazine at Globe Dot Com store by the way has ninety comments in is nowhere in social media. Like ed either dig dove. Find it once because I wanted to quote we can even find it. A Co tweet right. So the comet a lot of comments were blocked to as well global tweet that out because that would get some traction. I would think just the headline can I say I think even the globe knows might be embarrassed by the story. Maybe maybe they give him. I'm a lot of credit but I've been thinking about cars my entire life. When I was growing up my dad was used car salesman? The Volkswagen dealership he had a different car few months there were the revolving door that brought him home and then took him away for dizzy stretches despite promises to be back for dinner with the family or pick up a Christmas the street for the holidays my mother and I would stare at the back kitchen window waiting from the pull into our gravel driveway. Never knowing which car to look for so I think if you want Ding if you're listening at home and you want to potential things it seems cinematic and maybe not true If you have a dinner at home I might get the first yes us and then by the way while your fingers hot she would collapse in a rage. Clear that this night no car will be coming at all.
"globe" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Globe's reportedly coming off it's hot it's a decade on record and twenty nineteen was the second hottest year on record and peers Rebeca Hersh reports a planet is about one degree Celsius warmer than it was in the mid twentieth century the land and oceans were harder on averaging twenty nineteen than in any other year on record other than twenty sixteen that's according to the annual report by the national oceanic and atmospheric administration and NASA Gavin Schmidt of NASA says it's the latest confirmation that the earth is getting steadily hotter the fact is that the the planet is warming and you know every year we add one extra data points to this golf the main thing here is is not really the ranking but is the consistency of the long term trends that we see the object is warming about three times faster than the rest of the planet and in twenty nineteen some parts of the Indian and Pacific oceans were the hottest ever recorded the earth is currently on back to surpass one point five degrees of warming by the mid twenty thirties if greenhouse gas emissions do not decrease dramatically Rebecca her sure NPR news one of the big concerns of bush fires in Canada has decided to send another contingent of fire fighting experts to us really to help with the worst wildfires in recent memory than carbon Chuck has more sixty nine more Canadians will leave this weekend for Australia they are the six wave to deploy down under prime minister Justin Trudeau spoke last week with his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison and said Canada is ready to do more and he recalled Australia's help to Canada in the past in twenty eighteen Australia send firefighters to help tackle the worst fire season in British Columbia's history Dan carbon check reporting from Toronto this is NPR live from KQED news I'm Paul land court house speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the managers of president trump's impeachment inquiry this morning and they include South Bay congresswoman so Lofgren the managers act as prosecutors and argue the Democrats case in the Senate he's the only member of Congress who's worked on both the impeachment of Nixon and Clinton a proposed one hundred percent tariff on European wine imports that set off alarm bells in wine country KQED is Julie Chang has more people in the wine industry have the now the terror of saying it would harm the partnership with foreign countries which took years to establish Michael Haney is with the noble county vendors a trade group of over two hundred wineries and related businesses he says should the terror of be imposed European wineries me look elsewhere to sell their products the winery themselves who has had the terrorist put on them may say look we're not going to be able to sell our wine now at that price in the US market let's just turn around and take it to Asia the trump administration first suggested a possible one hundred percent tariff last month in response to France's here up on American tech companies including Google apple and Facebook members of the wine industry say they want the government to leave them out of unrelated to eight disputes I'm Julie Chang KQED news good news for a bay area treasure national park ranger Betty read sauce skin she's back at work part time after suffering a stroke five months ago is not an official park service shift but she'll be at the Rosie the riveter World War two home front museum in Richmond for a couple hours each day some skin is ninety eight years old and be loved for her talks about what the East Bay was like in wartime she moved from New Orleans to Richmond as a young black woman and worked in a segregated union hall I'm Paul land court kick you reading news support this afternoon comes from Oakland International Airport offering thirteen daily flights to four Hawaiian Islands hello how begins at A. K. support for NPR comes from Babel teaching new languages with the spaced repetition method daily ten to fifteen minute lessons using simulated conversations that are voiced by native speakers babble B. A. B. B. E. L. dot com and the listeners are members of KQED recent clouds today a stronger and what our system will bring widespread rain gusty winds high elevation snow and possible thunderstorms to northern California from late tonight through.
"globe" Discussed on GSMC Entertainment Podcast
"And it's crazy that I'm I'm only an hour away from it and it frequently bought. A rock appeals to a generally older demographic. So you definitely can Expect to see like your parents attending and it's not weird. It's not US fashion forward. Either as cello you know click. Cello is more like you know you can walk in a g string and no one's going to judge gave you do that bottle rock. You will be judged also because you're on the desert I mean not the valleys generally cooler weather so people are like in q codes or whatever but bottle rock. Some of their top headliners are red. Hot Chili peppers. Dave Matthews Miley Cyrus and Anderson Pock. I Love Anderson Pug So this this Festival Restivo Barak. I would suggest to someone who wants to try. Their first festival may be coachella. Might be too intense so I was suggest doing bought a rock walk and we bought a rock. The cool thing about you can also buy a day pass of just a one day passive you don't want to do Three or excuse me the two. I think it's two or three days now. If you WANNA go for the whole weekend you can just choose which they wanna go and pay like. It's one hundred bucks for a day pass so that's pretty convenient for those who don't Wanna Party hard all weekend. And this definitely how I can describe bought a rock to those who have never heard it. If feels like the last stop before the Casino Circuit Festival. You get room saying like like I said. This generally appeals to the older demographic so so it's like okay. Let's go to this festival and then we're going to go to the casino. So that's Kinda The vibe of this Loki Festival but there are still holds very a lot of the younger kids go to bottle rock and feeling Barak is definitely more kid. Friendly like definitely wouldn't see someone like seizing up up in the corner like in Coachella when I went. Oh my goodness like I am scarred. I saw so many people like sick throwing up in the corner of a palm tree. Free seizing up. So coachella is definitely more hardcore. People definitely you know are elevated on substances whereas with with bottle rockets more low key people have been on beer scipione wine really just enjoying the music and the art that the festival has to offer you. Fill me. So that's going to wrap up today's episode. We have we covered a lot we did. Let's see Golden Globe so my favorite moments from the twenty twenty Golden Globe awards I covered festival Linas for Chela Bonnaroo and bought a rock again. Let me know the comments if you're attending any of those festivals I wanNa know and that's going to wrap up today's episode again. Thank you so so much for tuning into the very first episode of the First Entertainment Episode of the Year Year. Twenty twenty. If you like today's episode don't forget to like subscribe share leave Nice comments give us a five star rating all of that good stuff and I wish you guys very happy and healthy week. You've been listening to the golden state media concepts entertainment. PODCAST podcast part of the Golden state media concepts podcast network. You can find this show and others like it at. WWW DOT g himse podcast dot com download. Our podcast on itunes stitcher soundcloud and Google play this type in Jesus Mc to find all this shows from the golden state media concepts podcast network from movies to music throw sports entertainment and even weird news you can also follow us on twitter and on facebook. Thank you and we hope you have enjoyed today's program..
"globe" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"And recognize my handwriting. All over sometimes Michigan Scrawling sometimes careful and precise but one that I had had carved with my own hand and I wouldn't have been able to do this without employing a woman's right to choose. Yeah it almost felt like there was a bit of counter programming against the apathy of the hosts to who had who had specifically scolded people so in advance about giving political speeches and I think people kind of took that as an opportunity to stick their thumb and it was a different globes to me right. The Globe says in the past. It's been kind of the tipsy Oscar. The kind of the Sillier funnier drunker. This did not feel like that to me. This felt with a couple of exceptions. Tiffany OUGHTA shoot you. Heard in the intro when the award for Chernobyl was announced saying Noble as perhaps no one ever had kind of a you get at a car you get but other than that. It didn't feel that way. What you're what you're indicating? There's a lack of energy which was again the apathy apathy of the host leaches into the preceding when something like When Kate McKinnon comes out to do our introduction to Ellen Degeneres and she's just kind of striking out with this great forceful do a arm swinging dry? Then you're like okay. Somebody's here to have fun. Yeah so who do you think. The chances have increased decreased. have a I mean again. We've we've talked about many times but the globe does its own thing but I do get the sense. That Brad Pitt's chances went on following this because there's a lot of momentum at the back of once upon a time in Hollywood in general I I think Laura dern chances went up she for supporting actress For Marriage Story I think J.LO's chances I don't know I don't know what to make of J. Chances. That was kind of a weird. Let's not forget Jaylo nominated for Hustler's didn't win lost to Laura Dern I admire both of those performances in very different very different ways I mean you definitely definitely had some foregone conclusions that were cemented I th. I was very happy to see parasite win for foreign language film. I really liked that Renee Zellweger performance in Judy that won for best best actress in a drama. I will talk more about that. I think closer to to Oscar season. As far as WHO's chances went up or down. I don't see a lot of momentum. Some for the Irishman with the way with no wins you don't see a lot of momentum for the two popes shut out dolemite is my name got shut out. I think nine hundred seventeen in winning best drama gives that movie a certain amount of momentum going into the announcement of Oscar nominations. That's opening wide on Friday. Yeah I think you know one of the things I would normally say. Hey the Globes have nothing to do with the Oscars but you know somebody did point out this week. The Oscar voting period is only like a week long this year. And we're right in the middle of it and it's not that. It's exactly a predictor. But you know maybe you hear about something and it causes you to at least get out and say before a vote. I should see this so maybe you know or if you were thinking well. That's not a plausible winner. That's you know this one's a foregone conclusion maybe this changes your mind and maybe it does affect back to your your vote Anything else you WANNA say before we go justice for forty justice for fair enough. Well that brings us to the end of our show. We want to know what you thought about. The Golden Globe boards find us on facebook at facebook dot com slash PCH or tweet us at PCH. Thanks to both of you for being here and staying up with me you you and of course thank you for listening to pop culture happy hour from NPR if you have a second year so inclined subscribe to our newsletter you can do that. NPR Dot Org Slash pop culture newsletter. We will see you all right back here on Friday..
"globe" Discussed on Unobscured
"And waiting to be filled as she copied out her lessons it was warm afternoon in the fall of eighteen fifty one and even at eleven chorus curiosity news spread like lightning of course after sitting and spiritual seances at wholesale chorus parents could hardly be views about what they were witnessing as he talked with the neighbors her father David realized that his family were the first spiritualist reach Wisconsin he'd come to launch the Western inch of Aden Blues Hope Del community chorus new spirit messages had become more important than any utopian experiments so he took up the mantle of missionary for this new age of spirit revelation. David's teachings kindle just as many flames of fear as it did lamps of inspiration for example Mary folsom the eighteen year old teacher at chorus school was deeply shocked by all of it she was a devout Christian and in her view it was her less since that should fill chorus late cast from the seat of authority in favor of the girl Mary fumed from the sidelines surely there was only one way to understand her displacement by mysterious intelligences from the Spirit World Cora was in the grip of demonic possession so Mary took the rare she begged that the evil influence over the girl would be cast out and then she waited for results the stories kept coming though in fact it seemed like chorus dances were happening more frequently now even as Mary's anxiety grew chorus family moved forward and embrace their new mission one Sunday morning most of Mary's relatives decided that instead of attending church they were going to assay ons with Corre to hear from the spirits it was everything the young teacher had feared they apes out of the house much to Mary's fury leaving her behind with her father while they were gone though Mary felt the spirit power for herself was in the kitchen laboring over the dirty dishes when an invisible wait slammed into her body crushing her to the floor some voice in a language she didn't know or understand launched from her mouth the sound brought her father in but there was nothing he could do to break her free from whatever pinned her down in fact Mary later said that she felt lift her off her knees and lead her toward her father's Bible Mary's hands flip frantically through the pages were her fingers trace the words visions dreams signs wonders miracles when the grip of the power left her Mary and her father were both shaken but her anxiety was also gone the spirit power hadn't driven her away from God but toward him she was left with a fresh determination to seek out right and talk with the spirits when she finally sat down with a girl things started the way she expected a strange voice was speaking rapidly from the eleven role in a language Mary couldn't understand but then her own moth started to move suddenly she was talking with Cora in German the two them traded comments while they're puzzled families watched from around the room chorus German mesmerized translated for the crowd wonder you see Mary didn't know German and certainly hadn't taught her student to speak it soon enough Mary was following in course footsteps around Waterloo dispensing medical advice from the spirit world as far as they were concerned the miracles that have been promised in the Bible had finally arrived but Mary quickly found that she had simply step from one side of the argument to the other she knew do she had switched sides but as far as the local churches went she had crossed the line the churches in Waterloo held a revival meeting pastors earns preaching against the growing interest in speaking with the dead even the local doctors took a turn urging their neighbors to come to them for medical advice rather than a pair of young girls with no medical training claiming to get their messages from spirit powers but these warnings landed with a thud after all the people they were shouting against were teenagers here's who said they just wanted to be obedient and follow the truth what threat could these girls pose against the authorities in their community here's historian and Brown in some ways this spirit medium is like a mirror image of the ideal Christian woman at the same time that she pushes the characteristics of the ideal nineteenth century Christian woman to as extreme so you know what sometimes referred to as the cult of true womanhood in the nineteenth century posits the notion and that women by nature are pure passive and pious if we women have these spiritual qualities more than men to then they can sense spirits they are perfectly suited to be vehicles for Divine Knowledge Cora Mary and their families were to certain of this new power to be put off by the outbursts scared leaders who saw their followers slipping out of their hands the power that spoke through the young girls was greater David found himself in a fight for his daughter's legit the MRI he spent every waking moment of the next few months traveling the region and proclaiming the amazing news of his daughters contact with the dead often accompanied by Cora and her German mesmerised to demonstrate that the dead were striving to reconnect with the living an outpouring of spirit voices followed in there wake and rather than catching the spirit of revival from their local churches the communities around Waterloo Wisconsin began to sprout with new mediums at the horizon dozens of American life this exciting new religion was finding a foothold.
"globe" Discussed on Unobscured
"Welcomed on obscured production of iheartradio Aaron Monkey Corre sat under a canopy of Oak trees she held a blank slate in her Dan studiousness kept her at work while other children played in the trees around her people who Corre said that she was much like Andrew Jackson Davis a relatively ordinary child when her family was still in New York living at Aden Blues Utopian Community Wholesale Aden's daughter Abby was his teacher and her notes from the time give us one small clue to the future that was coming for Cora Abby wrote the girl was an excellent performer she shown in the theatricals they held at the community school even more frequently friends and relatives remarked that Cora was sensitive she was always a well of emotion apt to burst into tears or laughter and a moment's notice an unkind word a misunderstood expression or any surprise affected her d. blay. She wasn't particularly precocious for her age they said she likes school but she wasn't over studious intelligence but a bit of a dream they said so it was no surprise on that warm. Wisconsin afternoon with the sounds of other children playing around her neck she fell asleep in doing so she also fell into history when she woke up Cora found that her slate was covered in writing guessing that one of the other kids had done it as a joke she went into the House and asked her mother to help her wipe it clean Cora's mother took the slate from her but froze when she read the words it began my dear sister and at the bottom it was signed with the name of chorus aunt who had been dead for decades what scared her mother though was that some of the kids who had been outside with Cora had knocked on the door and our before they told her they'd seen something strange the Kora had been writing in her sleep scrubbed off the slate and handed it back to her daughter without a word but it put her on alert two days later as Cora's mother sat sewing she saw the girl again started does in the heat of the day when she tried to wake the girl up Cora didn't respond she started to worry that Cora was coming down some kind of sickness but she also noticed a stray range trembling motion in chorus hand remembering the slate she stopped trying to wait corre up and instead she put a pencil in the shaking fingers and Cora began to write one message after another flowed out signed by different members of the family all of them were dead short her that Cora wasn't being harmed she was simply put the perfect vessel for them their new means of communicating with those on earth this time Cora's Mother didn't keep the news to ourself soon the house was crowded with visitors who all came to see the girl who could write in her sleep one German doctor who was familiar with mesmerized proposed chorus parents that he should put Cora into a magnetic trance to see if she could speak with the spirits on command they must have agreed in the following day's core and the Dr were working together for long hours inside her parents home treating patients and providing diagnoses sometimes for up to six hours a day in the of an eye wisconsin had its own miracle girl one who could open graves in her sleep so this is on obscured. I'm Erin Maki.
"globe" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The globe on American forces network radio that's a hundred and seventy seven different countries and every ship at sea gets the Kim commando show now of course know our be complete without you and I'm sure you have at least a few questions about something digital that's one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four as a way to join us yes it's a little old school that's one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four ed let's see before go back to all of your phone calls of interesting items across my desk in screen that you definitely don't want to miss is first of all we're going to start with the future the tech of the future and when Jeff Bezos the world's richest man speaks you have a tendency to listen he said you know I just don't want to conquer your home with them is on boxes and drones and satellites and rockets in orbit what I really want to do is show you my vision of space the first involves a lunar radar lander rather call Blue Moon that's been in development for the last three years by his own aerospace company blue or urgency he loves space now Bezos says it'll take a crew back to the moon five years from now beyond simply visiting he wants to eventually colonized and but he is even bigger plans and that if you're a chemical member you can actually see what we're talking about on the show because Bezos wants people to move to outer space as resources become scarce on earth so he's proposing building habitats near earth that could house entire cities up to a trillion people now you get a pretty good idea what they look like buy watching interstellar which is that Matthew McConaughey movie from a few years back now Bezos didn't say anything about free next day shipping if you do move into space that for me might be a deal breaker alright moving along let's talk about your password password protection is a perfect I can't wait till it goes away some that Microsoft this past reset we need to get rid of passwords Mike yeah you think well the U. K. national cyber security center did a study with have I been Poland try hard to be looked at very static bases of breached accounts it wasn't good at the top of the list of password you should never use but apparently everybody still does it's very disappointing to me one two three four five six they found that pass for reviews for over twenty three million accounts around the world the silver matter goes to the more advanced version of the same password are you ready they're gonna make it extra tricky one two three four five six seven eight nine yes seventy nine K. those extra three characters are gonna stump even the dumbest crooks rounding out the top five Cordy followed by the least original password password and finally the password that I don't use one one one one one one okay whatever you do don't run down a piece of paper unless it's one two three four five six because then your co workers would have guessed that one anyway all right moving along organ transplants are serious business.
"globe" Discussed on Ellen on the Go
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"globe" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook
"So this will be so good. Yeah. And it'll be overrated, but also incredible. And it'll be about a housekeeper and like all that stuff. And there's not much point to it. But everyone's going to be like, wow, this is gonna win the Golden Globe. Absolutely. It's gonna win the Golden Globe addiction didn't win. And you're enjoying the now and you're Jordan on the log no search Kevin. I believe bohemian rhapsody one. Right. That's the for best for that's the best funny musical on book. Right. Oh, yeah. It must be or Oma won best foreign best foreign. Okay. We're talking about. I'm sorry. I think films are either. They're Farner win. Essay grave, no thousand eighteen okay? American movies are moving movies. And then there's fills foreign this shows us why the F is shared. Okay. So that wins best films. Thank you. Okay. Best films. What else I have to? Now, if we're going to talk about this. I need to know what happened at the thing. Uh-huh. So helium one. Okay. Kevin Hart still hosts that thing. I was wondering. Yeah. Kevin Hart in there. Wonder for best hosts Kevin Hart. Yeah. Should we say that Kevin Hart? We predict twenty eighteen will win best host at the Golden Globes. It's a tough category. Oh, yeah. It's a really tough category. Is there any like, I still worry? We're getting too small time with the predictions that we're making when we can predict instead of best films. I joke that they that they make the show. Imagine someone predicting that what you would do if you like if you heard someone predicted that in two thousand ten would absolutely flip out. Stitcher premium have. You would have to have to do you want to ma- been a little quiet? Do you want to do just a thing on the front where you say? Like, hey, I was really proud to be a part of this episode. We've decided to re release it. Yeah. Honor of the Golden Globes just say happen and say you lost it and you found and then you found again and say like what you did in two thousand ten when you ost. Yeah. Hey, guys. I just want to welcome you to this episode. But don't be that loud. You have to say it has to be the person that they're going to hear the rest of the show or else. So be soaking. All right. I got I got. Welcome to the new episode of Hollywood handbook, we're really proud of this one because it's an episode the weeded back in two thousand and ten predicting the Golden Globe winners, and what was the rest of their from Tony from twenty two loss, and you found it. And here's the thing. I just want to say, it's honestly a little embarrassing that it's only coming out. Now, even though we recorded in two thousand releasing it. We're re releasing in two thousand eighteen. Yeah. Into nineteen in one thousand nine hundred and I lost it. And it's a funny story of how I lost it, which is that your role on it down the street with this stick I was rolling down the street with a stick and singing a lullaby and yourself to sleep put myself to.
"globe" Discussed on MarketFoolery
"Terms and conditions apply to that too. I think that's fair to say with any unless you shows up. It's definitely with you. We're going to get to the Golden Globes because there are some, you know, there is some relevant investing stuff coming out of that red carpet. Psyched. We should we have a red carpet here for the show. No, we absolutely should not quick thing. Because last Thursday on the show, I mentioned in the wake of the Bristol Myers Squibb deal in college by with cell, gene. Just a cozy seventy four billion dollars. Thirty five sticks in my head only seventy four only seventy four billion. But I was I was talking to Shannon Jones who hosts are the healthcare episode of industry focus on Wednesdays. And I can't remember if I mentioned this on the show last Thursday or not, but I remember in the conversation with her and one of the things she said was, you know, more deals are coming and in particular with on college and cut to the small. We're only lie lily sixty eight percent premium or something for for Laakso on college. Yeah. An eight billion dollar deal. So yes, if you're a shareholder of luck. So on college you're having a good day, and I wouldn't have been. So before we get to my question for you. Just a reminder. That's one more reason you wanna listen to industry focus for insights like that from Shannon Johns. The J P Morgan healthcare conference is is going on this week so presume announced right? It was announced their presumably more details on the deal coming later this week healthcare such a huge industry. Is it one that you invest in? And if so how granular do you get because for me it kind of stops with Johnson and Johnson? Yeah, it's tough. I've given up trying to invest in in the what was it oxo, Laakso luck? So the Laakso Oncology's the world because I don't know enough to have any sort of edge there. And remember, you're edging. Investing is pretty thin anyway, in terms of knowledge, you're almost never going to have a knowledge at you may be able to have a temperament edge. I think that's very important edge. But in terms of trying to pick companies who have drugs that are going to do well, or or have technology to make those drugs, and then all company would be acquired another words some of these aren't about so much getting just a drug there about. Getting the team of people that created the drug and so forth. I don't do it. I'm no good at it. There are people out there who are good at it. I'm not one of them. I do invest in healthcare companies at tend to go for something more, like an am and staffing or somebody selling picks and shovels to the hospitals healthcare services, someone doing laundry, and and food service at healthcare centers hospitals, and so on a little easier for me to figure out what's going on. And I just feel like there, I can have some kind of an edgy. At least I can know what's going on two Golden Globe awards were last nights. And I don't know if they timed it this way, but it certainly is working out well for Roku because Roku this morning released. Preliminary data for its fourth quarter results. And the viewership numbers are better than expected and shares of Roku up.
"globe" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"I was starting to get concerned that it was gonna fall out of the out of contention. But so I think this is good news for that film for sure I really loved John David Washington's performance in that I'm really excited about it. But is this like a Hollywood royalty thing that the Golden Globes likes to do from time to time was he missed her Golden Globe. And some some reason pass right? I think they just really liked that movie. I mean, I think that that the atom driver nomination, spike, somebody like that will be for whatever reason for me. Anyway, it's been kind of an awards question, Mark. But it keeps popping up. And so I think again that that could be the academy goes to nine or ten or even eight like that. I think that we could expect to see it there. I also do think vice end black klansman there's sort of a little bit of a tradition. Probably the coolest thing. The does is reward movies that talk about how shitty America's. They're sort of like guys we have to spend a fair amount of time here like this is kind of a health scape. And this you should watch this movie. I know I keep lake sort of strong arming us back to TV when we're please full on full on film awards season. But I think he was talking about pose getting nominated both you know in in the drama category. And then a nomination for Billy porter. Because that's that was a surprise to me in a really pleasant one. We tend to think of or I tend to think of the PA as more conservatives mostly conservative or maybe Baksi conservative, and I was just really delighted to see in there. So that's a nice some nice representation for that show, which I guess won't be EMMY eligible until next year is that right? Premier? It is one of the shows it's grown constantly like I feel like every week. I see more people being like, oh my God. Wait pose. Can I ask a weird possibly completely irrelevant question because I'm gonna let you guys know right now, it's going to be my mission to get Catherine O'Hara an EMMY win for shits creek this year. I love her is shits creek like so I never saw it until it popped up on Netflix and suddenly was trending every day. And now, I'm main lining it. And it's the greatest thing ever. Why hasn't it gotten anything? Is it just because it was on some random Canadian TV channel? And will it have a chance Joanna? I don't know. Can we make this happen? Yeah. Let's do it. It airs pop before like, you know, what is pop has original programming. I only know about it because of the TCI's, and they do a presentation every year the TCI's. So I know all about pop I only know about it. Because when I watched creek on Netflix. There's a pop tile. And then I'm like, oh that exist so Papas in running. She's creek for several years imported out of Canada. And then I think he popped up on Netflix last year and a bunch of people start it, you know, like. Three seasons. N people started binging, and it's so good. I think Richard, and I are both huge fans that show. Mike, welcome to the party. Katie. I got maternity leave coming up. I'll I'll have a lot of time to watch it. I think Kindy TV in general doesn't get we seeing a lot more of Canadian imports because Netflix, Hulu and all this dreamers who are really thirsty for content. Are like, oh, here's a source for English language programming that we can pull down. And so we're seeing a lot more of Canadian programming on streaming. But I think it's just not like CBC programs don't campaign, I think in the same way. So I just don't I don't think you know, they're seeing that. Well, but let's do it. Let's we're going to make it happen. So I just wanted to interject briefly we should mention since we are an award season podcast that since last time we recorded. We now have all of our award season owes lent or main ones lined up, which is Kevin Hart will be hosting the Oscars and Sandra Owen, Eddie Sandberg will be hosting Golden Globes. Sandra Andy Sandberg is like a really funny kind of odd pairing until you go and watch their presentation at the..
"globe" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"And if we felt like there were any major surprises there or questions, we have things. I mean, the Golden Globes is there each let me start that. Again. I'll informed breslin station is famous for especially in television trying to plant their flag on something new. And so you always get something kind of like fun and under the radar in the TV categories. I think people would agree that one of the things this year is the Kaminsky method, which was a Netflix serious, Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin, which is very much like Golden Globe. Catnip? And it's something that we, you know, predict it definitely in our Vanity Fair predictions considering the caliber of the actors in it, and then it's about show business. But. Still just a show that I don't know a lot of people watch on Netflix, and then Ditto, you know, you were talking about this a little bit off air, Katie the bodyguard, which was the number one most watched show in the UK this year, Richard Madden's, sort of spy tents, political spy drama, Richard gave our Richard gave it a lovely review on on the dot com. But you know, I it straight streaming on Netflix. And maybe this is just an F problem of like too, much content. But once again like I think that show flew under the radar for some people. So that's something that the Golden Globes often dozen television is just sort of shine in the movie realm. I think a lot of us go like what why? And in the TD Ron was especially in the area of so much. She I think it's sort of like, oh interesting. Like, this is going to get this Mozart in the jungle or whatever it is going to get a little boost from the attention from the Golden Globes. Yeah, I'll say that I was typing up the nominees as they came in and our movie predictions were far more accurate than our TV predictions. Which I think happens every year. It's just really..
"globe" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show
"At so you got to make sure that you understand manipulated markets the stock market one of the reason of so many laws and the stock market like insider trading so on it is because theoretically they're trying to avoid manipulated markets put the currency's the money that's in your bank account federal reserve central banks of we've got some music gone to see what we got no always like street musicians were walking into who were there and caesars i don't i can't stand play i think there you don't want an on society do not listen as that zach will say anything for an effect talk about manipulated market so i think golden globes in twenty years it'll be completely different there will be the golden globes as we know it the votes will be done through the block chain they'll be verified by people it'll be a blind and honest that's that's how the judicial system supposed to be zach do you think there is a mode yeah but the voters who selects the voters it aimed history were in the morning yeah the academy awards golden globes the judges are selected in its carnival pool of people that all know each other that's not a fair way to vote one of the premises of democracy here radically was that if you make it fair for people to vote you'll get the best candidate and you can't just say you know oh you have to have a harbour degree to be at the united states that would skew the sample said you know it has to be the best person rises to the top golden globes should be the best movie no matter what i know there's a lotta politics there's a lot of things that go on behind the scenes but this is a microcosm of bigger problems in the world in all the golden globes it's not a big deal if ruin river didn't win but it is a big deal if you're school system and you grow up learning stupid subjects that a central educational group of people who don't really give a sheet about you there's some federal government group decides oh you're not gonna lie.
"globe" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show
"S in one called association vice in availability vice in all these things they caused us to make mistakes and how we take action how we think through things and when you talk about politics we're talking about the golden globes it's a lot of the human brain making mistakes in assessing things so crypto and block chain technology whether it's bitcoin are things built on a theory um uh these have the potential to take out the human emotion so that you get better answers like a calculator were you say what's twenty seven times 27 you don't want a motion involved it's an actual number you want logic zach what's 2017 turned seven forty so as that that your public school education come within the play or private school yes soda i'll tell you the second you should use the calculators use a calculator a friend the do that's why can't and so when it comes to the golden globes whether they're corrupt or whether a book about donald trump is accurate or not part of the problem is there's too much injection of the cognitive by says there's too much for one of my mentors out nation said thai when you're playing poker after thirty minutes you don't know the sucker is you're the sucker and so when i watched the golden globes or read a book about politics i'm always trying to be sure i'm not being made into a sucker by people who are biased so trust me the movie wind river shoot a 1 something for shirt have been nominated so what ends up happening in the world is we all get a subpar experience in life because things get manipulating.