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"glover" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"Me silent. What i was doing. But i was behaving so. I didn't say a word by the end of the show has getting. And i thought the teacher is going to be really really mad at. She gave me the play at the lead in play the next year and i could make people laugh. I had i had a control. Something happens and they were. I was making them laugh. And they were laughing at me. Joying cells in felt so good especially probably. You're going through such a tough time hiding business. A chance right right because you're probably be somebody else and they would appreciate that the jew it was. I remember once. I i was a good friend of mine is turn on her and she was a the blonde the blonde girl from from teri garr. Somehow i got alone with terry gardiner. House you've never seen me. I felt so uncomfortable. Like i should be somebody that i should. Some man here with jerry are in the house. And i was like this guy that didn't know what to say to her. I would just made myself so uncomfortable. I make myself uncomfortable around bird. Peters i have such a crush on her. And i saw her when she was in high school in one of the first things. She did it in new. Your so and i got to do of. We did a tv movie together. I got to play with her. And i just got better once. We were all sitting around talking and she said i have assistant. I said i'm an only child. And she said oh. No wonder you're a little chatterbox. I love her so much. I get a little star struck when i'm around you. You still do. The the alzheimer walks. Obviously you couldn't do it this year last year. Now know it got more and more complicated. And i guess my dad's death further and further away so and the Town harder and harder to get to. Yeah because i remember used to do the alzheimer walks and we help raise. Money and riot is liaison started. We did a whole got trouble. Actually 'cause we did so many smallville. Thanks a stop a no. You can't do that anymore. You can't you can't raise money for one thing with tv. Show or something. Yeah yeah. I remember that. It's yeah that's weird. Tom donated his bike. Somebody bought his bike. We all made a quilt. Yeah oh yeah because my grandfather just died. This year will be this. November will be two years of alzheimer's and his mother died of alzheimer's so we always talk about that so it was a virus. No now alzheimer's. He died before he died the november before right before the pandemic. I'm so glad era inch let's just to. I would have hated to here. Yeah that's the worst way to die. I'm glad i'm glad my grandmother's vaccinated and she's playing poker again. Blanche west palm beach. And she's able to. Because i couldn't imagine her dying from during the blanche he's blanche and my dog blanche and my dog irv and my grandpa who died his irv. So that's how i roll. That's how i really listen. I did you enjoy this did you. Yeah oh this was in. That's it. I do it now. 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Phoebe Waller-Bridge Joins New 'Indiana Jones' Movie
"Any engines. Five has hired an actor to join the movie cast. And it's someone. I'm i'm very very excited about it. Is phoebe waller bridge. you're unfamiliar with. She wrote created and starred in fleabag. She also wrote the new james bond movie. That's coming out. And she is going to write and star in the new. Mr and mrs smith with donald glover. She's a she's incredible person. She's going to be joining the cast of indiana jones. Five for obviously. We don't know anything about the roles of the pot or anything like that except that harrison ford will be returning as jones. Because he's i'm indiana
Amazon union organizers deflated as vote tilts against them
"Workers at a warehouse in bessemer alabama voted against unionizing defeating. The hopes of labor organizers that this would be amazon's first unionized workplace in the united states would have been a rare victory and they traditionally add a union south but workers voted overwhelmingly against unionization by a margin of more than two to one here to talk to us about that. Is stephen basan. He is with our member station w. b. m. in birmingham. Hello good morning. Was this outcome. Surprise won't for a lot of people here yes. There was a lot of excitement. A real sense union had a chance now where this house is located about. Twenty minutes outside of birmingham surrounded by trees. Really not much else in on that. Drive there from birmingham. You see lots of pro union signs. There've been lots of rallies here with big headline names like actor danny glover bernie sanders coming through a congressional delegation but add the six thousand workers that actually work at this warehouse. Very few were showing up at these rallies. Mostly it's been crowds with out of state organizers for the unions or locals in alabama democrats shirts and not many people actually working for amazon so really we didn't know what most workers were thinking until the actual vote count this week where they delivered a definitive. No i mean so much. Attention has been sort of lavished on this vote. How is the mood. Change to after it was pretty crushing. Defeat more than two to one against the union and union. Try to keep up a brave face during a zoom press conference on friday. After the results organizers in the couple of workers spoke including emmett ashford who works at the amazon warehouse there. He sent a message to workers telling them to not get discouraged. The floodgates opened. We can't stop it. So i hope everybody has to get day this news as not discouraged as and we are holding our head high marching or and we will get what we deserve.
First NYC Broadway Theater Opens Its Doors Since the Pandemic Began
"New York City's ST James Theater is the first Broadway theater to reopen, at least for a night since the pandemic began, three time Tony winner actor Nathan Lane and Tony winning choreographer Savion Glover performed in a special show for about 150 Frontline workers. Broadway theaters have been given the OK to reopen, but restrictions on crowd size has made it more difficult for them to do
Spacewalking astronauts manage possible ammonia leak
"Well, space walking astronauts are back safe inside the international space station after reading right ring their suits of any toxic ammonia. AP correspondent Ben Thomas. With more ready for me to come out, NASA's Victor Glover and Mike Hopkins had to take extra safety precautions after stepping outside Working on the space station's external cooling system. They had no trouble removing inventing a couple of old jumper cables to get rid of any ammonia still lingering in the lines. But so much spewed out of the first hose that mission control worried some of the frozen white flakes might have gotten on their suits. NASA did not want the ammonia, getting inside the space station and contaminating the cabin atmosphere. But after a nearly seven hour spacewalk, mission Control said the astronauts had spent so much time in sunlight. Any ammonia. Residue would have baked off.
Spacewalking astronauts perform six-hour long repair on the International Space Station
"Two NASA astronauts are back safe inside the international space station After a walk in space. A couple of NASA astronauts took a saunter outside the international space station Saturday. They had some outdoor plumbing chores that needed doing, namely fixing the air conditioning system. Astronauts Victor Glover and Mike Hopkins, teaming up for the second time since performing back to back spacewalk six weeks ago on another repair job. One thing to be careful of venting ammonia. I thought it was more than I was expecting Justin this line, but it did stop. In addition, the out of this world handyman replaced an antenna for helmet cameras and tightened the connections on a European experiment platform. Talk about helping out your neighbors
Spacewalking astronauts perform six-hour long repair on the International Space Station
"NASA astronauts have wrapped up a seven hour spacewalk outside the international space station. It was the 237th space walk and the fifth one this year for astronauts Victor Glover and Mike Hopkins. They did some repairs and symptom systems upgrades as they floated around in
Spacewalkers take extra safety precautions for toxic ammonia
"Spacewalking astronauts are back safe inside the international space station after reading their suits of toxic ammonia very provocative all masses Victor Glover and Mike Hopkins had to take extra safety precautions after stepping outside working on the space station's external cooling system they had no trouble removing inventing a couple of old jumper cables to get rid of any ammonia still lingering in the lines but so much spewed out of the first does that mission control worried some of the frozen white flakes might have gotten on their suits NASA did not want the ammonia getting inside the space station and contaminating the cabin atmosphere but after nearly seven hour spacewalk mission control said the astronauts had spent so much time in sunlight any ammonia residue would've baked off I'm Ben Thomas
Astronauts step outside space station to wrap up work
"From the last spacewalk. Two spacewalkers stepped outside the international space station today to complete electrical connections with the European experiment platform and conduct other repairs. CBS News Space Consultant Bill Harwood has more astronauts Victor Glover and Mike Hopkins air working outside the International space station to carry out a variety of maintenance task. They're going to relocated ammonia coolant line. They're going to install a new wireless camera transceiver and make a few final connections to a new European experiment platform. They're also round a couple of Ethernet cables for use with the station's external WiFi system to watch video of that space.
Spacewalking astronauts wrap up maintenance work on space station
"Two NASA astronauts are wrapping up a seven hour spacewalk outside the International space station, Victor Glover and Mike Hawkins made some minor repairs and tackled some plumbing issues among their tasks. They had to invent a pair of ammonia cables used to repair a leak in the station's cooling system. The spacewalk today is the fifth for members of the US Russian Japanese
Astronauts step outside space station to wrap up work
"Line. Way Up on the International Space station yesterday a spacewalk CBS News Space consultant Bill Harwood tells us what they were up to astronauts Victor Glover and Mike Hopkins air working outside the International space station to carry out a variety of maintenance tasks. Going to relocated ammonia coolant line. They're going to install a new wireless camera transceiver and make a few final connections to a new European experiment platform. They're also round a couple of Ethernet cables for use with the station's external
Spacewalking astronauts tackle hoses, other station odd jobs
"Two NASA astronauts will venture outside the International Space station today on a spacewalk some 254 miles above the Earth from member station W. M. F E Brendan Byrne reports NASA's Michael Hopkins and Victor Glover will work outside the station for about 6.5 hours conducting maintenance on the orbiting lab. To do a little work on the station's cooling system, venting ammonia and moving cables in an effort to make the system more efficient. They'll also run cables along the station for a new payload platform and amateur radio system, a new antenna and wires for two new high definition cameras. Ash knots on two recent spacewalks installed mounting hardware for a new set of solar panels for the station arriving later this year. Hopkins and Glover arrived at the station back in November after launching from Kennedy Space Center on Space Sexes Crew Dragon
Astronauts plan Saturday spacewalk at space station
"International space station's fifth spacewalk of the year. Risk slated for march. Thirteen during the audi nastase michael hopkins and victor glover are scheduled to service and relocate some jumper cables of the station's thermal control system. Continue some work from january twenty seventh spacewalk and work on some other tasks. The outing is the fourth spacewalk. Glover and the fifth for
Should The Simpsons Cast Be Replaced With AI Voice "Actors"?
"With most of the actors who voiced characters on the simpsons well into retirement age and the show seemingly having no intention of ever stopping a meeting. Cut wallover at wired. Uk wondered. could the actors all be replaced with a i rep locations. It makes a bit of sense off the bat. Near the proliferation of deepfakes circulating online aside major movie franchises have increasingly been patching together old footage of actors who have passed away like carrie fisher and the rise of skywalker and paul walker and furious. Seven or even just to fabricate a younger version of an actor who coincidentally had an entire body of work from their teenage years to use as reference points like robert. Downey junior in captain. America's civil war and will smith in jimmy man and with the simpsons. You only have to create the voice shortly. that's far easier especially with over three decades of content to pull from wired turn to tim. Mixed smithers canada-based. Ai researcher and media producer. Who builds a speech model that can be trained to mimic anyone's voice and notably has already recreated homer simpson for a few youtube videos including one where homer stands in for julia roberts in notting hill. Here's how he does it. Quoting wired mic smithers built generic. Ai model that can turn any text into audio speech in english when he wants to make a new voice he tunes the model further with two or three hours of new data of that particular person. Speaking along with a text transcript it focuses in on what makes a homer voice a homer voice and the different frequencies. He says after that it's a matter of asking the model to generate multiple takes. Each one will vary slightly and choosing the best one for your purposes and quotes bonnets. The performance is pretty flat as wired. Says it's quote as if he's reading out something that he doesn't really understand the meaning of and quotes which is pretty apt for homer still in the hut the performance. The show would probably be looking for there are other startups around. The world. Likes an antic in the uk and replica studios in australia. That are working to add. Some of that emotional resonance to a voice is using actual actors to help train them performing different lines over and over again with different emotional tones. Technically if you had someone recite all the existing phonemes in the english language or redescendu since that contained them all you should be able to then piece together any possible words. He wants but in reality. People's accents emotions can change things just slightly enough to make the process exceptionally challenging. Although absolutely doable and the time it takes to train the ai decreases over time with more data. Both semantic and replica studios who work primarily with video games where. There's a lot of intriguing possibilities with things like getting a character to say the player's name or whatever. The player wants them to or having a i basically work as a stand in until a real actor comes on board both of those companies say the actors they work with get paid anytime their voices are used in a game and this is a key element for me. Not just what rights doesn't actor have if they're only ever used to train in ai and not perform roll themselves so to speak but taking this back to the simpsons what rights do actors have whose voices are recreated to be their characters the screen actors guild affords actors certain bargaining rights over the use of their likeness. Which does explicitly extend to a performer's voice and while his protection is being rapidly expanded and reexamined as technology evolves you can impart think crispin glover for its origins after crispin glover declined to revive his role as george mic. Fly in back to the future. Part two they technically recast him. But they saddled the new actor. Geoffrey wiseman with prosthetics and employed classic stage tricks like having him upside down or wearing sunglasses to obscure his features as well as the use of some footage of glover himself from the first movie. Unless you were well aware that glover hadn't returned for the sequel. You probably wouldn't have had any idea that the george mcphee racine was any different from the first movie so glover sued the producers for using his likeness without his permission and for not paying him for the use of the footage. He shot for the first movie. But the legality of all of this now banned far beyond simply using a performance likeness and in many cases. Who is allowed to do what isn't so clear. There's copyright law which could give authority to the studio or whoever owns the rights but that counteracts with the right to publicity basically crispin glover thing and that's especially tenuous with cast as well known as the ones from the simpsons. You know a lot of people know these actors and if in a i replicated homer were out there. Advertising for some product people might assume dan castellaneta who voices homer is endorsing the product even if he had nothing to do with it so it's a tricky path to tread and personally. I'm a bit wary about the idea of ai. Replacing actors were any type of artists. Mean that's not to say that i don't want. Ai involved in arts. I think various tech can produce really rad art. I just don't think it can replace human-made arts and especially with something like the simpsons you know on the one hand. It's been on so long that it's the perfect fodder for ai. Replicated voices because then it could live on beyond the actors. And i guess honor them in some way but on the other hand. It's been so long that there are countless voice actors out there who can nail the characters voices perfectly and probably with more emotion.
Biden signs executive order aimed at promoting voting rights
"At promoting voting rights. It directs government agencies to come up with proposals to leverage federal resource is to expand access to registration and voter participation. The order is being issued on the anniversary of the 1965 Bloody Sunday voting rights march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama. Troy Public Radio's Kyle Gass, it reports the pandemic is making this year's annual commemoration a very different event when the Selma marchers crossed the bridge 56 years ago on their way to Montgomery to protest for voting rights. Cameras were there to document their savage beating by Alabama state troopers. Event organizer Drew Glover says streaming video on Selma jubilee dot com will allow viewers from around the world to join the struggle against racial injustice so that ideally, at the end of the event, people will not only have a greater understanding of the history but also a greater drive to get involved and make that change happen. Part of the ceremony honors civil rights leaders C T. Vivian, Joseph Lowery, Bruce Boynton and Georgia Congressman John Lewis, all of whom died in 2020. For NPR news. I'm Kyle Gass it in Montgomery,
Biden signs executive order aimed at promoting voting rights
"Klein. President Biden signs an executive order today aimed at promoting voting rights. It directs government agencies to come up with proposals to leverage federal resource is to expand access to registration and voter participation. The order is being issued on the anniversary. Of the 1965 Bloody Sunday voting rights march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama. Troy Public Radio's Kyle Gass, it reports the pandemic is making this year's annual commemoration. Ah, very different event when the Selma marchers crossed the bridge 56 years ago on their way to Montgomery to protest for voting rights. Cameras were there to document their savage beating by Alabama state troopers. Event organizer Drew Glover says streaming video on soma jubilee dot com will allow viewers from around the world to join the struggle against racial injustice so that ideally, at the end of the event, people will not only have a greater understanding of the history but also a greater drive to get involved and make that change happen. Part of the ceremony honors civil rights leaders C T. Vivian, Joseph Lowery, Bruce Boynton and Georgia Congressman John Lewis, all of whom died in 2020. For NPR news. I'm Kyle Gass it in Montgomery, Alabama.
Spacewalkers continue station power upgrade
"Conducted a pair of spacewalks outside the international space station during the week on february. Twenty eighth hour. Kate rubens and victor glover completed a seven hour. Four minute spacewalk. To begin installing modification kits needed for solar array upgrades. Later this year once installed the new solar arrays will increase the station's total available power. Five days later rubens and japan's so each gucci ventured outside to complete the installation up the modification kits and to tackle additional work including the venting of ammonia from the station's thermal controls it
Spacewalking astronauts prep station for new solar wings
"I'm Julie Walker spacewalking astronauts ventured out to the exterior of the international space station on Sunday to install support frames for new high efficiency solar panels arriving later this year NASA astronaut Kate Rubins and Victor Glover merged from the orbiting lab lugging eight foot duffle style bags stuffed with hundreds of pounds of mounting brackets and struts the equipment was so big it had to be taken apart just to get through the hatch to run out the back those are the two balls out to do that so far have settings for usually a seven hour spacewalk was live streamed on social media and viewers commented on how breathtaking the view from outer space was especially seeing the earth in vivid color from the astronaut's helmet cams I'm Julie Walker
Astronauts begin solar power system upgrades
"To that. Heard a stagger your systems and expect a warning to him. Once the sound of NASA astronauts Kate Rubins and Victor Glover, switching to battery power at the start of their spacewalk to prepare, the Iaw says for an upcoming solar array upgrade. Today's project is expected to wrap up at around 12 30 this afternoon. We'll keep you posted
"glover" Discussed on Conversations
"This is an ABC podcast. Richard. Glover likes to play a dinner patty game with these friends called who's got the weirdest parents. It's a game that would be hard for him to lose. Richard isn't ABC broadcast. He presents the incredibly popular drive show on ABC Radio's Sydney. He's also written several books. In two thousand fourteen, he came on the program after he published his memoir. We talked about his childhood. To his mother. His mother took the name Bundy. She had all kinds of airs and graces. And she invented a completely false backstory. That had nothing to do with where she really came from. There things that Richard Love, his mother said and did. That were incredibly painful. And bewildering to him. And when Richard was a teenager. His mother ran off with his English teacher. A Porsche token loving nudist who has stuffed toy collection. As an adult Richard tried to his mother at a distance, but it does come a point when you want to find out why people behave the way they do. So. Richard went to England. To find out the truth about his mother's origins. His memoirs called flesh wounds. And it goes some way to explaining. Why his own family life so important to him. Hello Hello I. Enjoyed. Very much. Made me laugh at out in places and I sort of. Had to read aloud to my wife going home. Wow. This extraordinary who has a painful rights? Yeah. I. Guess a lot of my previous writing has been humor writing and this has got lots of Johnson and I think the jokes are important to the point to the jokes in that they're kinda sticks with which I beat down reality but there's another part of the book which is. A ripped from my house. And I think in why the towards the end of Book maybe I learned the limits of Shaik's..
"glover" Discussed on Cleared Hot
"Offer chest and you could only talk about this for the next thirty minutes which I think is an excessive amount of time in ten minutes then. It's done it's off and then now you know you switch your mindset and then be happy go from one to the other I I can't imagine I really appreciated being able to go home and not talk about the shit that happened to where. Having that follow you home would be very, very rough but we suppressed all that. Yeah and I don't have any problems from that either from just pushing stuff deep deep. Oh Yeah. That stuff just managed by itself and I would say another thing I would recommend this guy is nothing recommending manipulating your spouse but what I'm saying is. Figure out an activity that she likes to do, and then find time to do that with her, and then she'll be shedding a lot of that stress fucking when you sit you're thinking about that activity I like that she likes to do. So that's. Definitely not GONNA be. Chicks are only into that in the beginning phases after Hook you they're not into anything like that. Dr Glover. Here we go. We continue. This one comes from a man whose scream is complete pass through and he has a picture of a deer skull. So I'm assuming he's a bow hunter and loves it when his Arrow passes from said. What's the balance between wanting to spend all of your free time doing fun shit and convincing your wife to be cool with it and not divorce you asking for a friend. That's a really good question. Most people most people who do. A. Crapton hunting or activities like that deal with that, and I think the problem is the people I. it starts with this pre relationship. When you're when you're hunting for your spouse, I mean I wanNA spouse that. Likes to hunt, and so she she understands the hunt number one and so she's not there she understands the process and then number two if she likes to hunt, then she's good on glass. She's a good spider a good teammate and you guys enjoy those things together. Especially if hunting is like I, I'm a hunter, but I'm not like a Cameron Haines who it's his life right? That's the anchor of their universe. Exactly..
"glover" Discussed on Cleared Hot
"Update and trade that dog salon with the luxury products of man's gaped. And that's it today on the business side of the house. Let's talk about my guest. It's Mike Glover doesn't need an introduction no, not really this man is the man. Met Him for the first time only recorded our previous episode which the feedback from our first meeting was overwhelming. He is an ex army green beret also known as special forces. He then was a CIA contractor Watt and then of course got out and started feel craft survival. I we talked for three and a half hours I'm not even going to try to explain what we talked about. All I can say. As I'm looking forward to round three. So let's get into round two episode number one, Forty, seven with the man himself Mike Glover enjoy. A smoke. Norfolk. Worship. Small? Thank God for Youtube. They for Youtube and Google right yeah. I spent hours I the first thing of course I was what does Joe Rogan have in his studio and there is Five. Web Pages dedicated Lee that all the details to so just to Chink Chink Chink and then I, also I'm going to be honest i. have a slight advantage. I just got a hold Jamie his producer and said, hey so what do I need to do and he means he wrote me out a list as Roger that Mike and Beware. If you send me some crazy shit I'm going to buy some crazy shit. Please just give me the bare essentials. I don't need the Millennium Falcon like you guys have. Man. This is cool because it ties into this bad ass would table which is made from wood and Montana, with a dude that I do Jujitsu with who like fully crafted guy cut down trees at my house where we did the first podcast. Put this whole thing together and like the legs of it has got some metal. that his buddy did it's awesome. So this is from your property. The would is not from my property, but the I wish I think. I don't know shit about with, but I think you have to let it season for. Two So this is older but Like the living at it it's awesome and I love the craftsmanship and artisan shift of some of the people up here. Love it man it's unbelievable I. Love It. I just did a post on a cowboy hat that I get from billings Montana thought what so awesome wasn't it? Like twenty years old to have. That was the the hat I was actually holding was a charcoal color, but it was twenty one years old and Patina like it doesn't. Even. Look like that. When you buy a new, it looks gray but that hat looked like it was brand new almost. Yeah. The the condition of after twenty one years like ranch living I'm my damn and eat three of them I, didn't get three thousand a piece by got one. Yeah, and then I was looking the only thing I think I deviated from with Joe was the arms holding the microphones because you often see them coming up and Angle Yeah I like this because it's straight across, we can see and there's no I've had four people in here before and there's no. There's no issue with looking across to making eye contact Shit? Interface. Yeah I don't like that either yeah. So it was low Yeah, then that I basically just spend a Lotta time on the Internet and Amazon Dot Com or do you have these mics or these headphones into filter? They. Okay. So it goes down through the table..
"glover" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"I had a chance to spend some time with his Band on the road throughout Mexico we had some great journeys. We . had a great lunch legendary ban that is on a long goodbye tour that apparently is getting longer because they've just released a great new album called whoosh here is Roger Glover of Deep Purple Raj. . How are you my friend? ? I'm great I'm great. . You remember that luxury. . Well, , we we. . I don't remember what city it was in but we stumbled upon some some spot and remember the band playing and we had a couple of drinks. . It was a wonderful afternoon. . That's right. . There were more in the band we're eating in the restaurant. . That's really true. . We have a great photo of that somewhere. . But anyway have you been Roger I mean it's <hes>. . It's crazy times in the world and deep purple is such a global touring band. . It must be quite strange for you'd have to be sort of tethered down right now. . <hes> a very strange <hes>. . Initially the longest time I've ever had. . Is Our full. . Stop. . Jane. . Cooking cleaning. . Gardening. . Well. You've . got a young one you gotta young onto don't you? ? Too Young well, , eleven and nine that's pretty young. . That's a that's a that's younger than mine. . So I know what it's like it's it's a lot of work. . On, , my older one is came over for a couple of weeks. . She shot forty now and married and my two grandkids. . FOR THE MOA It's been a hectic hectic time I. Keep . Thinking this a rehearsal took permanent retirement. . But I you know I don't want that to happen. . So we live in hope. . <hes> we recorded this album nausea year and so. . The original release date was June sometime to go put back to August. . Having sitting on a new album beside long without getting released. . He's like old hat to us now and yet everyone tearing it for the first time. . Yeah. . I was GonNa ask you used to that I was GonNa ask you about the time line on it because if I'm not mistaken when we were traveling together and we did run through Mexico together, , I remember some rumblings at that time from some of the guys in the band about the idea of. . Doing a new record. . So at that point, , it was still in the talking stages I think and then I'm assuming you wrapped up touring everybody said Yeah let's go for it and you once again connect with the Bob with Bob. . Ezra talk about the timeline and and given that you guys are short of winding down. . was there differences in the band as to whether you should do new record or not? ? No. . No wasn't actually it was. . Quite organic. . We'll wanted to do it. . I think the thing is <hes> since probe. . <hes> we've done three albums with him now and there's I think there's a feeling that our age seventy S. . This is the Korea and we we've got three <hes>. . Amazing albums. . showed a sort of a late flowering of abandoned Korea if you like. . Very happy about that what what is it? ? What is it about the connection with the Bantu Baba's your and you know I've talked Alice Cooper about this and he's got a long history with them and a few other artists and I've actually talked to Bob and interviewed him a timer to what what is it for you? ? What is it about the purple guys that he's brought out of you guys that you feel so comfortable and wanting to be creative with him. . And Klay in Toronto. . Eight nine years ago. . <hes>. . We didn't meet him that night, , but the next day we had. . A breakfast meeting with him. . And he said some great things. . He said he really loved musicianship in Swanton Ahe of the band. . And He said. . Should forget trying to you know, right. , . Songs to get you know. . Parades forget sixty s just be yourself some stretch out. . Not Keywords because we started writing. . <hes> whatever immagination took us. . and. . I think we had a whole news of the writing experience lost three albums of Philip songs we could never written. . Back in the seventies. . So the the nineties so <hes> so You know. . S Precious that connection. . We get along with them really well, , he looks very efficiently in the studio he encourages. . Spontaneity. . Encourages. . <hes> freshness of all recording at the same time, , we will go in the studio at the same dominant record the. . We don't allow things on you know. .
"glover" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"So do it on cameo dot com just go to cameo dot com the actual website, search my name, and you will see how you can get a personalized video better if you do it on the site but anyway, you do it I appreciate it. So check that out if that's of interest I've had a lot of fun making some great cameo videos for a lot of. Folks around the world. Music News all access membership all on my website as well. So we got a long double dip this week. So I'm going to get right to it coming up second Graham Bonnet grand is an interesting story. He's been singing now for what fifty years and he has done great records with Alcatraz, the Michael Schenker, Group Rainbow, and he's once again started Alcatraz up again, we'll talk about that and some of the other things he's done coming up second coming up I Roger Glover of deep purple. Deep Purple Avalon new album that some are saying is their finest album in decades called whoosh. This is a Bam that said they were ending. And packing it in. And as you'll hear from Roger, they may even make another record since they can't tour. Very, creative time for band that has all its members in their mid seventies, but still making some great music. So we'll talk about all of that with Roger Glover will talk even a little bit about Ritchie blackmore. We'll talk about the new album and a lot of fun couple years ago touring with deep purple through Mexico is a tremendous honor got to know the guys and it really was awesome. So great to catch up with Roger who lives in Switzerland you'll hear from him and then you'll hear from Graham Bonnet this week, and there is a tie between these two. Because when Graham Bonnet did the album for rainbow down to Earth Roger Glover play? Bass on that record produced that record and wrote the lyrics on that record that Graham Bonnet Sang. So although both of these interviews were done at separate times, there is a pretty substantial link between Roger Glover and Graham Bonnet, bonded over that one classic Rainbow. Album down to Earth. So keep that in mind when you hear these two interviews as well. So let's get right to him. We'll come back and we'll start Roger and then.
"glover" Discussed on Cleared Hot
"My guest today is Mike Glover and we connected over social media. I believe it was actually initially through somebody else making a comment that they would like to see him. And I link up for a podcast and I'm pretty sure I went on there. And I said that I'm game. And then we started communicating directly in. Damn I am glad that we did because Mike is Awesome. We recorded this episode during the social distancing time so he took the time out of his schedule to drive all the way from Arizona. Up to Montana where I live and I'm incredibly thankful that he did. He is a fascinating man so quick bio and I won't get too deep into it because we go very deep in the episode but he spent a combined eighteen years in the US army and as a government contractor for the O. G. A. and Save a little bit of time on Google generally means the agency but a stands for other government agency. He served in special forces while in the army variety of positions deploying multiple times to combat theaters. He during his experience in the military and throughout became an expert in counterterrorism security crisis management operations. And he's using all that for what he does now in the outside or post military and contracting service as the CEO of feel craft survival. Now I highly recommend people go over to feel craft survival dot com again. I'll get into it briefly because we covered in the episode but at a broad brush feel craft. Survival is designed to teach citizens to be prepared for worst case scenarios right to expand the capabilities to educate train and equip so you cannot just survive. Because obviously you want to do that. But you're should be to actually thrive so he's the CEO of field craft survival. They have podcast field craft survival. Podcast you can find it on I tunes and soundcloud. In addition to that Mike is an outdoorsman. He likes to overland which is something. I'm actually going to start doing. I just got the pop-up tent for truck traveling. He's a hunter. He's got a bachelor's degree in homeland. Security like I said he came here from Arizona. And what else can I say about the Guy He's awesome? I am glad that we finally linked up amd for those of you getting ready to listen to this three plus hours. We go pretty deep and I don't think this is a good one for young kids. We talk a lot about the realities of war and this episode. We dive deeper than I think. I've ever gone with somebody on this particular topic but in my mind it was a fantastic conversation. We blew through three hours before even realizing how much time we have spent and now I'm going to shut my mouth and let Mike speak for himself so cleared hot episode. One twenty five with Mike. Glover coming at you enjoy getaway. Smoke north west of the smoke. I'm lacking in danger. Close now percentile..
"glover" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"Tell them whisper in their ear liens they'll Rodley will poodle they'll you know what I'm saying yeah but it's good for health too to know some things like hey you know this is what she's I look at your career and I was really excited about this I've had a lot of people here and you know I wouldn't say I get excited I was like Oh that's cool there cool but with you I even called a couple of friends Oh and they were just like food are you kidding me I mean it's always that I mean even Ryan this is true not bullshitting you yeah Ryan what did you what did you have today now I had another job in Naiad aware aware in Santa Monica Right the whole day booked to make more money than I pay you get up so anyway what happened Hey Crispin Glover is coming tomorrow is Christmas lovers come tomorrow so I left yesterday and I know you know I sort of that plan my day around they obviously have fans I mean you're a big hot tub time machine that that was my favorite gagging oh good yeah I had a good time making it film I didn't watch the movie I didn't get Kasem's I when I don't get the Roy I ever do that well I don't really care in fact sometimes I'll watch movies is if there's some something that I've I've had some kind of interest or offer for you you do have to grow relatively thick skin so to speak at a young age to I I mean that's just normal it's like it's normal that otherwise they'd be in every movie that that that was cast to saving private Ryan Yeah I saw the movies that I didn't get cast and of course like those but some movies you like like for instance Willard some reason didn't get do you think you would have seen it it all depends I mean pro pro probably not but not because they didn't cast just because it wouldn't be on my your taste honor maybe yeah I mean these days I almost never see movies I I used to see movies all the time and I almost never do I sometimes they spend time in New York last year is New York a lot and I I did go see a whole bunch of movies at Moma that you know like Martin Scorsese had curated a series and that that was really enjoyable but sing contemporary films. That's really really rare for me these days so are you a Docu documentaries some yeah there's some really doc which I'll just say boone wells documentary land without bread Just because I love boone well well Herzog's as some great doctor I was just GonNa say Ghana is fantastic raise Leeman grizzly man was great in fact I premiered my film what is it in Sundance the same year that verner Herzog was play premiering a grizzly man and I I had actually shown a rough cut of of what is it to to Verner so and then he came I went and saw grizzly man he came and saw the premiere of What is it really is great foot is it yes movies oh great that's good that's good I really sincerely think you're filmmaker Hamels we could do something what was interesting about you know he's been literally aching Silla films since before I was born and at the the show he was there's some video footage somebody's making making a documentary about my phone I'm for a while and there's video footage verner Herzog asking me questions about how I made certain things in the film which is you know I'm a huge admire supposedly he lives not far from you like a couple of blocks over I don't know if I actually I walked by his house sometimes when I'd never seen him but one of my friends said that he got so that's because the people were partying till later when he came out there yelling and said what tough with its two in the morning doing and he's such a calm guy can imagine yeah yeah yeah yeah 'cause he's you know famously the the my best fiend were he's talking about Klaus Kinski and the the Indians are the native Americans are native South Americans were saying that they would They were more afraid at this was Herzog self reported in in my best fiend that they were more respectful and or afraid of Herzog because he was quiet whereas Kinski was was allowed which meant he wasn't isn't that them like I always feel like that I'm kind of a loud personality Ryan would you agree one hundred percent thank you but I can be loud and look at you you knew reserved you're kind of humbling no not humble but I think when people when when you yell when you're just they don't take you seriously yeah so when you this quiet mild mannered guy and he says you the people listened to quiet people that's the theory isn't it probably I mean I always call my wish I was what freak out about what's the one thing that you corporate tyranny realize crates notice that Ryan did you notice that you were intensity in a way that it's not intensity it's passion you're very passionate about I think there's something truly out of balance with how we have allowed corporate tyranny to control things and and then and then also the which is also why the the propaganda aspect is important to me because it does influence how people think and then treat each other and people you know easily will get subsumed into an ideology that you can clearly tell has to do with a kind of propaganda some element to propaganda that's become a the norm but that there are complex cities to that where which kind of propaganda is being put forth what what is put forth and why it gets complicated what do you think about what Martin says he said about Marvel Films I somebody asked me that the other day and in terms of this exact topic the I think the word cinema that used as a little problematic because anything that you put up on the screen can be called cinema quite literally but I would say what he's really reacting to his corporate propaganda I haven't seen most of those those comic book movies but my sense as you know the original comex that they're based on were made in the originated in one thousand nine hundred thirties and forties during World War Two which was really a to make children feel comfortable with the wars that were going on or the war that was going on at that time so now it's been up graded the two adults essentially to do that same thing to make the US citizens feel comfortable it's metaphorical but generally to feel comfortable with the idea that that the US is immoral police state of the rest of the world people in the US believe that people outside of the US what they clearly there's always been assured degree I mean there's been for a long time how long has it been that people in the US us believe that the US is this moral police force. I don't think I'm kind of forgetting my US history now but I believe that it was under Teddy Rose savolt was when the US I became imperialistic meaning doing anything outside of US grounds In terms of wars I could be wrong about that but I that's from School AP history and high schools. I know something's about terrorism I know he introduced national parks and I know that he was shot was a shot I think might be Jackson there were shopping maybe Roosevelt was shot as well what was it Mckinley Mckinley got kill you die who shot and killed Yeah Jackson was no in a duel and he carried the the fragments of the Book Brian Audie but then I'm I'm assuming there's various presidents that have been shot evident Reagan was shot JFK. Of course Lincoln there's a lot of Garfield Shochu Orion hat or the no garfield the president think he was not my area of expertise yeah I actually really like history but I yeah let me get into this little bit first of all your roles like I know people talk to you about this when I think of a role Crispin Glover role besides of course George Nick Fly I think of Andy Warhol in the doors yeah I think like that always to the point where I thought as much as I thought Jim Morrison was playing the lead role yeah I thought Andy Warhol was in the movie that is how good you are anything is as I met I met ally four years before unbeknownst that you were going to be right and and it was at Sean Penn and Madonna's wedding right exactly right yeah and I truly stood back after I talked to him thinking he would be a good person to play and watch tally held himself and kind of thought about it so you're sort of like gearing up for me A film I I had had a nice meeting with Oliver Stone for platoon I didn't read or anything we just sat and talked and I wasn't in the movie but I had a good me thing with him so my agents contacted my I went in auditioned and I got it the general wig and glasses and everything no no I just I I went into without that but I I held myself in the way that I I had seen warhol holding himself I really had done in person research you gotta give you did he ever give you the direction on you know I I could see Oliver doing tons of tanks and I could see but with you did I think he was like just let him go we had an interesting way of dealing with it he just early on before we shot he said something to the effect of You know there are people the no war hall in you can know what he's like so you'd better be good I but I liked it I mean I didn't get nervous about that I know I like I like very much working with him I don't I don't mind that kind of direct thing I mean I didn't feel like he was being mean or condescending us just being free and he was right of course I totally agree with was there anything you added that he was like Oh my no in fact I I asked to subtract things which he did nicely wake Paul James was in the scene with he and I had a funny thing because it's only it's one of the rare things I remember my childhood I went and saw Phantom of the Paradise which I don't know what my age was I it was when it came out so he's relatively young and it's the only time I can really think of myself breath I saw the it was a warehouse records in Westwood there are pictures you know his album whereas up not too long for that movie and of course he was playing a bad character villain in that movie and I remember looking at the thing at the album's thing this is a very Admat only that's the only time I really mixed that up I was pretty young and I saw he told this to Paul Williams when I was working with them he he laughed but he was given they originally had me saying the.
"glover" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"Inside of you is brought to you by vital farms a lot of times you think you're going to go for cage free eggs right I hate to break this to you guys but even duped vital farms wants to put an end to the looping ED companies use the term cage free which is misleading Ryan cage free eggs come from places where the hens live crammed indoors and never pasture a pasture vital farmhands are treated the way hens should be they have access to the pasture all day they roam the grays they do all the other things hens post to do I got some vital farm eggs in this little container like to go it's like a little plastic container like with your too hard boiled eggs that you just take because I'm always eating egg populism like cooling Lukman you know so it's just to go you grab them so you're not gonna get the smell the eggs you just you know if you get those little care you don't talk about they come in this little plastic thing vile throw him like a little cooler whatever with some ice healthy snacks throughout the day that's what I do I love vital farms I love what they do in the product that they're putting out stopping you can start cracking into vital farms pasture raised eggs look for us in the Black Carton at the grocery store visit vital farms dot com slash coupon vital farms dot com slash coupon you're listening to inside of you with Michael Rosenbaum man this interview came up with like a fifteen hour notice somebody a friend of mine is a publicist this person this actor who came on the show today his assist house like do you want this person and I was like are you kidding me he's promoting a movie are you kidding me yesterday eh I said Ryan Crispin Glover is going to be on the podcast and you're supposed to work all day I was I flipped some things around because I did not want to miss it yeah I'm glad we didn't miss it he knows a little nervous in the beginning but he just he saw ticket which is a little unnerving sometimes because you know people are Oh you know but he's not condescending he's just a smart guy articulate in his passionate about art and passionate about you know we talked about Verner hers logging documentaries and we talked about which is really fun we talked about back to the the future and obviously he's got this lawsuit when you're dealing with studios are dealing with people in general you know directors sometimes you speak your mind and you take a chance because this isn't right and he does that and he also talks about the thing that happened on the letterman show. If you guys don't know that maybe watch Crispin Glover on letter then let them in walked off stage talks about that I don't want to give too much away which I'm doing but movie lucky day and It really looks good Roger Avery cowrote reservoir dogs and pulp fiction right and all this is so it's like I think it's GonNa be good I can't wait to see it before we get into Crispin Glover check out the inside of you handle my hand on twitter and and my twitter and and see where I'm going to be for conventions and all that stuff and left unloyal you know the albums out all that Jazz and in love with my husband Chris Ullivan is out so make sure subscribe we appreciate you and that's about all I have to say thank you for listening in here sure let's get inside of Crispin Glover it's my point of.
"glover" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"You're listening to inside of you with Michael Rosenbaum smallville week continues, folks. It's his final week. We did two weeks last week. If you haven't listened to, please listen to Kristen crew Lana Lang, she doesn't do very many interviews. So go back in the one that's really good. And now the creators of smallville they've ever done any of us who maybe they have. But, but this week, the guy who played my father for seven years, I think six before I killed them and threw out a window, what a glorious man such great stories you can have to listen. I don't want to give it away. But anyway, John Glover is on the show. We talked about how I was so nervous because I thought he didn't like me in the pile up but he was just he was nervous. And that's why he was like, what are you talking about? I was nervous and the I don't hear very many interviews from him either. So let's get inside the one and only I'm very excited about this. Let's get inside a John Glover. It's my. You're listening to inside of you with Michael Rose. Inside of you with Michael Rosenbaum was not recorded in front of a live studio audience. How can you hear can you hear him nice and clear? What so that's good right there. What you haven't missed a beat John Glover and the beat goes on. And the beat goes on all on. You have always been God, man. It's just this energy onset. Like people always, I haven't energy on set. Yeah, when I come, I think it's insecurity. I think I come on because I have to be on about people like me, you're just innately just ready to go. You're on. No. But I like people to like me too, on sets and things rehearsals is the place where I'm the happiest is that true. Your most happy. Onset working. Yeah. 'cause I can be somebody else. That's true. And do you do you remember how we met was on the pilot? I believe. Yes. And I was really nervous because I sincerely, I told you this. I sincerely thought you didn't like me. I thought the guy. Playing my father and granite. You're a method actor. You're not supposed to really like me, so to speak. But that's part of your, your makeup, sort of, you sort of startled people in my main, I remember on the set when we were shooting, scenes, and things that you sort of misbehave I wha what would I do what you just shake it up. But you're looking for, for. You know, so it's fresh and everything. So because a lot of actors plot things out. I'm on my teacher used to say accidents or, or kind of the best thing that can happen to accidents how like making your pants accidents or what kind of accent's you don't crapping in your pan wrapping up. No, no, no. Like that. It just stuff if stuff goes different forces you to think to be, you know, present. Yeah. Yeah. And that's what you I figured out that what you were doing was was great for me, because it just it would sort of making a little tense really well, but that's what our relationship was like, in the in the play enjoyed working with me in those first few days of the pilot. What? Well, I didn't know if you particularly liked me because I knew you look, all I had heard is sorry if I sound like a little bit on nor co because I had neck surgery. So I am a little bit out of it. If I scream if you took a pain pill or. Yeah. Because I had to a little, that's what they all say, I had I had to I, I was in Russia, by almost cancelled and then Byron your buddy. You're my buddy said, hey, John's not going to be available till March. Let's on the show today. So you in an essence, you blaming me for taking the nor code today because you had to be able to think, well, I was gonna take the Noriko anyway, I needed to feel good today, you know, 'cause I don't like to play the blame. You don't do drugs do you? Oh, no. Do you drink Ono is this ally?.
"glover" Discussed on NWAP
"Always gusts weird fuck shit of awesome group that you're in this group i didn't even get like a facebook now you can just ask someone to a group in the group seven sucks is group that i mean immigrant i but it's my high school adamy to it but anyways it's it it was a picture of donald glover with like his girlfriend and their kid and his different asian right or is no way i can't remember issues okay so it said and top of the pictures at the next time you wanna think that donald glover is spokesman for woke america look at this picture basically insinuating that because to them because his girlfriend is not black than he can't you know go through what i go like he's isn't isn't on stone boundaries and should i did lifestyle more than like words he's actually said about like those types of things that people are saying because you are you are black man and you don't hear back then you cannot speak on that issues and i think that's right get cancelled and they've never white but also think that donald glove well i think for some people with that mean donald glover's pass had something to do with that as well i mean there are people who do believe that if you if you are pro black or if you make black art and you don't date women that somehow invalidates that about jordan pill he wrote get out here i mean that's very there's a very very that's the thing as it was in a community i'm of the opinion that you don't have to be you don't have to you can over you want and be pro black don't even have to be black to be pro black but i think glover came down.
"glover" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast
"Lamar j cole namie anybody that's poppit and i'm gonna tell you all of the things they're doing musically that a lot of us from last decade cannot and are not doing does your follow a lot watching donald glover donald glover is dancing like he likes him in in the video that's talent it's talent he looks great that's in now but to have that type of body coordination is what i'm saying you almost have to have to know how to wrap now same where you almost you almost had to tear mix tape up back in the day to get a record deal you're right it's actually really today so yeah he him moving his body like that amazing the fact that comes certain through no i'm this just fun it's funny to hear but i'm looking at it artistically saying damn like why i have to dissect it like why can't nigger fuck with donald glover this is why because he's gonna wear that fucking stupid black nappy here that's beautiful and it's in right but it wasn't always in my point in saying the the funny looking dance and that's in it wasn't always in i don't know who wrote that treatment but i'm gonna soom it came from him because we know how brilliant of a writer he is writing they said who the choreographer director was but of course donald glover was super involved we we oh oh he he will will you would think but i'm just saying there was also a director should credit as well.
"glover" Discussed on The Watch
"We kind of lack a lot of stars like him and some ways he is like stepped into that void in you stepped up and his magnetism is just app absolutely palpable i am my off on my read of the whole situation i think that you are not off i think that might be more cynical read on it but not unjustified i mean i think the headline here is that he is the star we've been looking for and the sub head is it hasn't been the easiest to get here and he hasn't always accepted or an es push back against it last time we talked about it and relationships the new yorker profile we also talked about ringer colleague robert is really good about coming to terms with donald glover's music as childish gambino and i think the takeaway from a lot of that was this is a guy who has a way that is very specific to our era has come of age very much in public he has been famous for a while he has been trying to be five to a player for a while he has been learning and struck in depth and in growing in public for awhile and that can go super badly and the highway of celebrity the littered with the burnt out wrecks of the cars that people cannot make sure does flying in a electric plane over our heads sign yeah this guy has been able to do it and i think part of the charm and the allure has been the way is put it together piecemeal you know i think that in a previous generation maybe even one with the baggage that we carry with you have put out records as i'm just gonna say as not good as early childish gambino records would maybe be disqualified some level to be considered this transform transformational artists you know i think you and i still come from a place where we are into people struggling in the dark and then when the spotlight clicks on they're ready for this guy has been moving towards something for quite some time what we're seeing now i think is someone who is able to synthesize all the different aspects of themselves i mean they're still.
"glover" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Earn is like is like it's almost better in the sense that it's like donald glover having conversations with himself with s challenge team be known donald glover the quote unquote weird dude that's out there s s s so eccentric essential guy that's who he is that's what atlanta is i feel like ernest maybe even his brother like parts of his brother in there too so i see what he's trying to do but then it hits me i'm like we'll do you know any black women beside your mom like who do you know that van is based on and steals like he doesn't know who van is based on in that to me matt not problematic i won't go that extreme but it's it's a problem for me i'd rather she not be there yet that byu she's there i saw him do interview about what he was talking about lending he's talked about earn and vans relationship he was kind of talking about how he was like a lot of black women like his ours and stuff in his life he said that's not unfamiliar relationship like a lot of black women have earned in their life right like he like you may have had a care with this dude he might just be do y'all always had kind of like a quasi relationship or understanding but not necessarily like it's not a strictly platonic strictly platonic shipping is also not a really like a romantic ideal relationship is kind of getting by thing.
"glover" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"He's a baby he never had a chance gulf forgetting what rap is wrap is i don't care what you think in society wagging your finger at me for calling woman bitches when for you'd have to cars i have to live in the projects and a he stares off into the like the distance in goes young black kid in texas with a murderer on him he's definitely gonna die and it's sad wa and it's like what all this girl said of the she doesn't like trap and you turn it into like weird like how know it deadly has changed in on the beginning it was like an entry point for people understand like how basically how black people were living yeah and are still elements of bad but now she's like i'm on molly in take its two nine hundred z bars all day and i think that's was as he was saying she was just like i don't like this commercial seven broncos like no here's with a haunt right yeah and it's like boro want everyone already knows that into you to sound so fully yourself right now i dunno accounting reminds me of that video that came out i think it was last year worth like donald glover easter ray john farrow and a limonov miranda and are all talking about art and donna glover talk the most on that whole for hang on i was kinda like you i kinda wanna hear what lin manuel miranda's sailor an asset but he had like a mustache yulia mustache on him he had that turtleneck anxious sitting like this dole timely talk more art and i was like man here i'm as well as nerdy dawn i was like another one they asked him is there anything you're batta oh yeah and he's like to be honest no.
"glover" Discussed on News Talk 1490
"Oh razer eight you'll get up akg and oh three right living bill now you do jon in the you know aka donald glover aka earn his girlfriend recently welcome their second child yeah yeah congratulations i think they should name him on so luck and we'll be back with more time two hundred right after that i was just.
"glover" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"That vickers going through and when i say this i don't mean about his comment specifically but just in general when sometimes you're expressing a nuanced point about something to do with race but it is a point that you know that the other side can take removed enormous and then suit uses a banner so barkley gets in trouble for the salah had all the title face something it's not necessarily his intention but what ends up happening is they become see even the great charles barkley things that by people blamed to moslem wizard what what's interesting about specifically charles is that if he's called something racism those people don't want elicit right but when he says something's not racism they wave them around like crazy so i a for instance the actor donald glover not a fan not a fan of him not a fan of most of his work alexela this stuff but every time i see something on a podcast on on mellick donald glover i think to myself mi just limit because there's only a handful of these spots in hollywood were black actors of by creative's are allowed to flourish when i discredit one of them have i just remove one spot there from the headcount so it really makes me think twice about being overly critical about something like that by tv shows for instance when you feel for michael vic at all at the idea of he looks up after his comments are may and he she's all over television.