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'Hollywood Heroes' Author Frank Turek Dissects 'Batman'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:28 min | Last month

'Hollywood Heroes' Author Frank Turek Dissects 'Batman'

"Why don't we take a look at Batman for a second because Batman is a mover, series of movies that I think puts forth a better than any other movie, the real condition of human beings. In other words, that human beings are depraved. Unlike other superheroes, Eric, when you look at Batman, Batman is spending all his time trying to lock up bad guys in Gotham, but he can never take a night off. Why? Because no matter how many bad guys he locks up, he's not going to turn Gotham into a utopia because human beings are depraved. They can't, if he locks up one guy, the next night there's going to be another guy. He can never take a break. He never wins. And this ultimately wears on him to wear Batman actually becomes sort of cruel himself in some of these later versions of the movies, but this really demonstrates, I think, better than any other of the series we look at. And as I say, we look at a lot of the different series of movies in here in the book Hollywood heroes. How human beings are depraved. And this is why we're not going to create a utopia. This is why the conservative viewpoint on human nature is correct that we're bent toward evil. It's easy to be bad. It's hard to be good. And the folks out there who are trying to say, oh, let's defund the police. And it's nonsense. It actually shows you this movie Batman shows you where these movies Batman show you the true nature of human

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"gotham" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

Kottke Ride Home

06:00 min | 4 months ago

"gotham" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

"Though Batman officially comes out on Friday, but is already playing in many theaters around the world. In the lead up to its release, Batman articles have abounded online, and not specifically about the new movie, but just about any Batman fact or hot take you could imagine. And after all, it's a pretty enormous arsenal to pull from, having been consistently churning out content since 1939. The ringer in particular has dedicated this week to digging into the history of the caped crusader, and I was especially intrigued by a piece published on Tuesday about how all the different Batman adaptations over the years have designed Gotham City. That's kind of a running joke that Spider-Man would only work as a superhero in New York City or at least a city with enough skyscrapers and vertical infrastructure for him to latch his webs onto. And in a less tangible, more narrative way, Batman would only work in Gotham. The city defines his raison d'etre, the tragic murder of his parents and his lifelong quest to avenge them by ridding the city of evil. Coined in our real world by writer Washington Irving as a nickname for New York City, Gotham was not originally intended as a compliment. Most of Irving's writings were satirical. As New York public library explains, quote, the word Gotham actually dates back to medieval England. English proverbs tell the village called Gotham or Gotham, meaning goats town in old Anglo Saxon, folk tales of the Middle Ages make Gotham out to be a village of simple minded fools. Perhaps because the goat was considered a foolish animal. Some tales describe the denizens of Gotham as only plain the fool, a ruse to avert the wrath of the sinister king John. Edwin Burroughs co author of Gotham a history of New York City to 1898, poses that, quote, it was doubtless this more beguiling if trickster ish sense of Gotham that manhattanites assumed as an acceptable nickname. While Gotham would go in and out of popularity as a nickname for the city. By the time it was adopted as the name for Batman's home, most people had forgotten the original and secondary meaning of the word and instead began to associate it with the sort of noir side of New York City depicted in Batman. Gotham was used as the name of Batman's home from the very beginning, but it took a few years before it was used exclusively and all mentions of New York City were otherwise stopped..

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Why Is Congressman Mark Garcia Against Diversion Program for Juveniles?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:48 min | 6 months ago

Why Is Congressman Mark Garcia Against Diversion Program for Juveniles?

"So if juveniles commit felonies like burglary, assault, vehicle theft robbery grant theft, sexual battery arson, you name it, they can bypass being charged and go straight into some other program. This is causing a big problem in Los Angeles where we are already seeing a surge. Really, crime rate skyrocketing around here. Yes, absolutely. And really, this is a continuation of this guy who is effectively working for the bad guys, giving hope to the criminals rather than protecting the law abiding citizens in our county, gascon, you've heard before, he's like the penguin from Gotham City. He's out there to do harm to our city. And he's absolutely making the biggest difference in our county that we've ever seen from a DA in the most negative way. So this new policy and when they say diversion, they're using that in the term in the sense of diverting not as in a good time. But literally diverting juveniles through our out of a system and then into a rehab program without any accountability. And what this would effectively do is allow a juvenile for instance to hold you at night point steel your stuff threatened to kill you and while they're robbing you using a weapon, they would get arrested, put into this diversion program, rehabilitated without ever seeing the inside of a courtroom without having charges levied against them. Literally a violation of the constitution, both amendments, 5 and 6, where we actually hold people accountable and again, this is just a continuation of a bad actor in the form of gascon who is literally not charging criminals for crimes. These aren't petty theft. These aren't low level misdemeanors. These are felonies and any other state any other county and these folks are going to be let free.

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Interview With New Amsterdam's Alejandro Hernandez

Before the Break

02:17 min | 1 year ago

Interview With New Amsterdam's Alejandro Hernandez

"Already come back to another episode of before the break Today we are so excited to meet our guest. He is a rising star in the world of television. You've seen him as a recurring character on new amsterdam an instinct as well as appearing on fbi blue bloods chicago pd and gotham. Just to name a few. Please welcome alejandro hernandez man. What's going on our you know great. I'm attorney right now or keep it. Now yeah we all have been man. We've all been quarantined. It's a new thing. No but you're actually's learned to write. Because canada has some. Would we have a wedding coming up. One of the bridesmaids is coming from canada. She when she gets home. She has to quarantined for two weeks. Man that's i have. I have vacs months this point and either going like they don't care if it's not navien person you have to still do it. God i've been in this very nice. But like there sean. Connery loved that firm for our listeners. He's got this beautiful like this painting of sean connery. Yeah is very nice and so europe. They're working right yemen. I'm so i haven't worked yet but Just a I'm currently working on. Not only disclose so much. But i'm working on. i An amazon pilot right now. I'll be here for the sixteen and it's really cool. I think there's an article on it on variety On instagram page. You could find interlinked chicken out. But it's it's the second base casts called the horror of delors roach and it's about it's Really cool it's really cool man. And it's essentially a modern retail. A modern washington heights latino latin next retelling of sweeney tar.

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How Robin Lord Taylor Learned to Love Auditioning

Before the Break

02:32 min | 1 year ago

How Robin Lord Taylor Learned to Love Auditioning

"This week. We are joined by a very special guest. You've seen him in such films as accepted. Would you rather and john wick three tv. He's appeared on law and order the walking dead. You gotham and the upcoming amc series. Kevin can fuck himself. Please welcome be incredibly kind. Talented robin lord. Taylor hide guides. What's up thanks for being here. First of all you didn't did we. Did i hear skeletons in there that this we may adams very humble. You've heard you've you've seen him in skeletons and just mentioned like any any laws. Lost and found are the projects that i know. I know. I know we'll get to that later when exactly right exactly it. Welcome rod. hi how are you fit tastic. Amazing it's i mean you know after this fucking year like i mean. I don't know you guys. You will actually no tommy. You used to live in new york yes. I moved to january late january crazy by when moving. It's like exactly. I was just texting my buddy rodney. Who can't make it to like one of our like Engagement parties because we know that half of the people aren't going to be able to make it. And i'm like i'm so sorry for leaving new york because anybody think during covert there was no goodbyes or is no salutation. Seal one last place that the one last dinner at the pizza place or whatever it was just like later it was so sad to to move. But i'm so happy in la. It's wonderful are you. You're in new york new york. I'm in new york. This is my twitter about to be twenty first year new york city which is very exciting. I was gonna say. I mean adam. You're here you're in new york. you see that just. The city is coming back to life in the most glorious way and i was like i friends this weekend and went out to restaurants saleem. And you're just like no we're back feels but it was also like i was saying to my husband. Jiechi like you know. There's a tangible sense of happiness and positivity in the city right now which is just so beautiful. Luggage is really you know. It's just amazing. Everyone is just so excited to see each other.

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Interview With Jacob A. Ware, Actor, Writer, Creator

Before the Break

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Jacob A. Ware, Actor, Writer, Creator

"Welcome back to before the break. We are just going to hop right in This week we have special guest. He is constantly working writing. Creating you may have seen him on such tv shows as fbi blue. Bloods gotham law and order. Svu shades of blue and boardwalk empire which earned him a sag award nomination for best ensemble in a drama series. His latest film. You wouldn't understand which he co wrote and stars in is currently on the festival circuit and was an official selection at the twenty twenty one sundance film festival. Please welcome the very talented jacob a wear. Hey thank you so much thank you. It's so it's amazing to talk with you guys. This is awesome. Welcome welcome to the show. Jake of nice to meet you. Nice to meet you too tommy. So we always begin with. When did the pain begin early. Earth how you know what i'm gonna i'm gonna merge in this call my therapist and we're great zero four away interview. How're you doing. How's your covid crazy. corentin year. Been going you know what it was. A time of a lot of. I think with like most people. It was a time of lot of self reflection kind of it was like an inflection point as well like you know. Do i have my priorities. Straight like what's going on in life. Like how can i be observed to others and i think it was just a cascade of things and i don't know to answer your question it. It's still happening. It's still going on the i. i don't. I don't even know how to quite answer that fully. But i don't know i'm ready. I'll tell you what. I'm ready for it to be different for sure.

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"gotham" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"gotham" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

"I. Since i can't mention anything you just as someone that grew up with these characters. Someone that you know has has dressed up as for halloween for years and has read every possible piece of material on his mythos and watched every animated show in every film every animated film. I gotta say saying the names of characters. I think has been the most shocking aspect of this job. I'm saying the names of characters. I grew up watching and so like not only saying it but being a part of that world is fantastic and then obviously you know you've seen mr freeze and what i saw. All man. his his design. Oh cool what. Do i favor villains like i i would not say. He's my favorite batman villain. But i would say that. He's definitely up there as far as motivation..

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Jerry Seinfeld Opens New York City's Gotham Comedy Club

Bryan Suits

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Jerry Seinfeld Opens New York City's Gotham Comedy Club

"To reopen across the nation last night, Jerry Seinfeld showed up to do comedy at the Gotham Comedy Club in Manhattan. Hominy is more than just interesting and amusing. It's like changes your mood. It's one of the few things that really can change, how you feel and give you a little bit of real relief. Seinfeld said that getting back on stage felt like getting electrocuted. But in a good way up to 100. Guests are allowed inside. Small venues well, 200 are allowed outdoors in New York. Starbucks drinkers Canal

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Jerry Seinfeld Performs at Re-Opened Gotham Comedy Club in NYC

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Jerry Seinfeld Performs at Re-Opened Gotham Comedy Club in NYC

"I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker Jerry Jerry Seinfeld Seinfeld was was back back on on stage stage in in New New York York City City as as it it reopens reopens clubs clubs theaters theaters and and music music venues venues for for limited limited capacity capacity shows shows Jerry Jerry Seinfeld Seinfeld strolled strolled into into the the Gotham Gotham comedy comedy club club Friday Friday night night for for its its re re opening opening and and said said he's he's excited excited to to bring bring the the live live comedy comedy back back the the audience audience was was great great and and I I was was actually actually doing doing like like you you can can I I still still do do this this to to you you you you know know I I don't don't know know but but you you wonder wonder if if you you remember remember us us like like not not playing playing tennis tennis for for years years so so had had it it go go comedy comedy never never changes changes it's it's funnier funnier it's it's not not and and Seinfeld Seinfeld has has a a message message about about the the Big Big Apple Apple coming coming back back no no place place feels feels like like this this place place and and and and people people who who think think they they will will will will get get used used to to that that living living here here that that used used the the you you know know real real new new Yorkers Yorkers will will realize realize it it doesn't doesn't work work it it says says that's that's because because only only New New York York is is New New York York Julie Julie Walker Walker New New York York

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New York Police Department's Enforcement Of Marijuana Laws Still Plagued By Extreme Racial Disparities

Q

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

New York Police Department's Enforcement Of Marijuana Laws Still Plagued By Extreme Racial Disparities

"Again under scrutiny in Gotham is Jake. Often hearts reports in 2020. The NYPD arrested 437 people and issued more than 10,000 summonses for marijuana possession. Those figures represent a dip from past years, but racial disparities in the stops have remained consistent. More than 94% of those arrested or summons were people of color, according to a new analysis from the legal aid Society. Public Defender group, says that the data underscores the grow Gore's unequal impact on communities of color and the urgency for legalization. Either the NYPD or the mayor's office responded to enquiries about the disparities. Tonight we'll see some

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New York Restaurant Union Calls On Jing Fong Landlords To Keep Banquet Hall Open

WNYC Programming

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

New York Restaurant Union Calls On Jing Fong Landlords To Keep Banquet Hall Open

"One of China town's largest and most popular restaurants is closing. They'll be when Y C and Gotham is reported. Sophia Chang says it's a loss not only for the community but also for the many employees who depend on the income. When Jing from Banquet hall closes on Sunday, dozens of workers stand to lose their jobs permanently. The owners haven't paid their rent in the year because of the pandemic. The union for the restaurant workers once the landlords to guarantee another restaurant will open in the same spot and hopefully rehire the employees or they want them to give Jing Fong more flexibility in repaying the runt. The landlords say they've been strong supporters of the restaurant, and it was the owner's decision to

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NASA's Mars rover Perseverance successfully touches down on the red planet

All Things Considered

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

NASA's Mars rover Perseverance successfully touches down on the red planet

"Rover has landed in the past. Our perseverance touched down safely on Mars, where it will look for signs of ancient life, among other very cool things. And now the $2.7 billion spacecraft is getting a close up. Look at the Red Planet. With some engineering help from a Queens native Gotham's reporter City Pereira has the story. Vishnu Streeter grew up in Rego Park, where he was fascinated with watching airplanes take off from LaGuardia. His grandfather, a civil engineer who built trains and dams in India inspired him. Now he has co engineer these Super Cam, a scanner that can examine rocks and minerals from 20 ft away to reveal their chemical makeup. That's something I will cherish for less of my life having to have touched and worked on. A piece of hardware that's honest way to Mars. The 27 year old helped build the craft at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California.

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Indoor Dining Returns in New York

BBC World Service

03:49 min | 1 year ago

Indoor Dining Returns in New York

"Right a big day for pandemic street stricken restaurants in New York because a ban on indoor dining is being partially lifted. Hundreds of restaurants have gone out of business in the past year. Others Barely afloat. But as Tom Brooke reports the move to bring back indoor dining or being on a limited basis, it's not being welcomed by everyone. Chicken sizzles on a grill at Friedman's restaurant on New York's Upper West Side, the establishment is alive. But much of the restaurant industry in the city is moribund from Grand Eater is like the Gotham Bar and Grill, which may reopen to the more ordinary nearby Good stuff, Diner. More than 1000 restaurants have closed fallen victim to covert 19 so start indoor dining on Friday. 25% Governor Cuomo's decision this week to lift the ban on indoor dining up to 25% of capacity is seen as a bit of a lifesaver. Jonah Phillips is the owner of Friedman's restaurant group. We're excited, too. Get our guests back in the restaurant. I think something that we've lost. Is that excitement and energy that you felt when you walked to a restaurant that had guests, innit, eating and drinking and dining. It's fun without indoor dining restaurants in the city have relied on take out and delivery service to stay in business. They've also resorted to extraordinary steps to make outdoor dining and freezing temperatures feasible in some instances, creating huge bubble light structures protecting diners, AFIS it outdoors and eat. Some won't be eating indoors anytime soon, Even though Governor Cuomo has decreed they now can, among them. New Yorker Claire Wachtel, who were sipping tea is an outdoor space belonging to Friedman's on 72nd Street. I won't go into an indoor dining Until this is all over because I think you're relatively safe if you're outside, But if you're in the dining area, it's I'd be too scared to do it. Even the rescue workers are now eligible to get vaccinated and restaurants have implemented numerous safety measures. Some health experts caution that the return to indoor dining is premature. Go out to dinner. CASS is from Columbia University Medical Center opening Internet now, at least to me, while we're just first getting to the point of controlling the spread of this virus Does not seem like the right next step. While mindful off health concerns getting restaurants to flourish economically. It's what Andrew Ritchie from the New York City hospitality alliance really wants to him. That's the priority over the past year. We've lost more than 140,000 jobs in New York City's restaurant industry and indoor dining has been opened up throughout the rest of New York state at 50% indoor occupancy since June. Partial lifting of the indoor dining band is precarious. With infection rates increased. Governor Cuomo has stated it may be reimposed those still working in the hospitality business. No, it's going to be a long, hard slog before the restaurant industry in New York returns to anything like normal. Nikki Joyce is a waitress at tea and sympathy. A much loved British comfort food eatery in the city. Will it get back to where it wasp where you have people, you know, shoulder to shoulder for deeper bars. I just can't see. Unfortunately and sad, but I don't see that happening any time soon. Fervent hope is that Governor Cuomo's partial lifting of the indoor dining band this week will mark the start of the long road back. Away in New York once again boast, but it's home to one of the most lively on fairy restaurant scenes in the world. There you

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Chadwick Boseman's widow Simone gives emotional tribute at Gotham Awards

The Breakfast Club

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Chadwick Boseman's widow Simone gives emotional tribute at Gotham Awards

"The boseman's widow taylor simone that we're boseman. She made a very rare public appearance. this is the first time she's spoken since he's his passing and yesterday she did accept the gotham awards tribute prize in his honour. Listen to this. It is my honor to receive this award on behalf of my husband an acknowledgement not only of his profound work of his impact on this industry in this world shod. Thank you i love you. I am so proud of you. Keep shining your light on us.

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How Green Is Your Favorite Superhero?

BrainStuff

02:35 min | 1 year ago

How Green Is Your Favorite Superhero?

"You're out there saving humanity from super villains does it matter. How many pounds of carbon you used to do it. Gotham city would have been obliterated one hundred times over if batman weren't constantly. Bailing it out of trouble but that batmobile sure is a gas guzzler not to mention the bat wing airplane and the electricity bill for the bat cave is probably astronomical so is all that. Do gooding really doing good. After all some researchers from stanford university presented a poster at the american geophysical union's twenty seventeen fall meeting entitled stop saving the planet carbon accounting of superheroes and their impacts on climate. Change the point of the project was to bring awareness to the fact that everybody on this planet has a carbon footprint which is a calculation of how much carbon each of us in our daily activities such as driving eating and heating and cooling our houses the average americans carbon footprint is around forty four thousand pounds that's about twenty thousand kilograms of carbon per year an average person in the united arab emirates uses a good bit more and average peruvian uses considerably less. But what about your average superhero. According to the study they're all over. The map takes superman. According to the comics the man of steel is entirely solar powered which nets him. Fut print of zero. bless him. jessica jones probably comes in slightly below. The average americans carbon used thanks to her small brooklyn apartment and reliance on public transportation and swamp thing. What with his power to make plants grow might actually have a negative carbon footprint. That's not the case for every good samaritan in a cape however the oracle erstwhile bat girl turned computer. Hacker might weigh in at a conservative estimate of one hundred and fifty one thousand pounds or sixty eight thousand kilograms but the figure might be as high as thirty two million pounds or a hundred and forty five million kilograms depending on how many servers she's running even ironman who makes a concerted effort to employ green energy. Sources would come in higher than the average american because of the sheer amount of tech that he uses and the flash who can run near the speed of light might require an insane number of calories to accomplish this feat possibly as much as eighty nine million pounds or forty five million kilograms worth of carbon but isn't a kind of a silly question for serious scientists to spend their time exploring poster co author miles traer a postdoctoral researcher at stanford tokyo's if i calculate my own carbon footprint that's depressing if i calculate batmans carbon footprint. That's hilarious so let's go with the hilarious. It's a way of tricking people into learning.

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Deal on Fed removes obstacle to agreement on COVID-19 relief package

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:15 min | 1 year ago

Deal on Fed removes obstacle to agreement on COVID-19 relief package

"There are two things going on with this two point three trillion dollar package. Congress is working its way through and the fading hours of this year one point four trillion dollars to fund the government through next september and nine hundred billion dollars in pandemic economic relief. It looks like and one stress is looks like because you never know but it looks like the thing is gonna pass and we're going to talk about what's in it through the program today but over the weekend. There were some hiccups. The biggest of which centered on the federal reserve. and what it will and won't be allowed to do genus. Molly covers the fed for the new york times. Also she is a regular here on friday. Hey gene hey so in. Lay person's terms here if i might What was the up. With the fed and senator toomey and the feds authorities so basically the fed did a couple of emergency lending programs in this crisis that it has never tried before it bought corporate bonds it bought municipal bonds and it lent directly to small size businesses via banks and so all of those programs were real sort of departures. From what we've seen in the past in senator. Toomey wanted to make sure that they couldn't happen again. He said that congress had intended for them to only lasted twenty twenty one and so he inserted language into this bill that would have basically prohibited them or anything similar to them from ever happening in the future. Without congress. congress's approval. Compromise was what the compromise is that we made that were similar. Same which sounds pretty simple right down like a big deal but it was a big deal. Because i think the way that similar could have been interpreted is to mean that basically any sort of credit like program would be impossible in the future. The way democrats are painting the word same means that specifically these exact programs set up precisely the way that these ones were set up cannot just be restarted. Once you know the next treasury secretary presumably janet yellen who's likely to be the nominee for that job is in place next year. And so the idea is. You can't have this immediate copycat but you could potentially do something. That looks a little bit like this way down the road if there's another financial crisis will that's my next question right. This is really about the crisis next time because there is another one come in as we know right and i think it's it's you know it's worth noting that some of these markets at the fed intervened in this time municipal bond market. I think being a good example. They were melting down in march. You know the the fed stepped in and and gotham tour again but there was a moment there where it was looking pretty dicey in corporate bonds and municipal bonds and so the idea that this legislation would just take away all of those powers. I think could definitely raise some concerns among people certainly who work markets but i think also people who are concerned about you know who has crisis fighting power who saves us first. How much what was going on here was about fed independence and its ability to do what it sees is right. I note that Chair powell has not said a word We had rob kaplan from dallas on On friday and he ducked my question on at. Your brunetti actually said something over the weekend. Right right i think the fed has been caught in some political crossfire here. And what i mean by that is democrats. Have kind of been eyeing these facilities that the fed set up this time and thinking about how they could enhance them to make them more generous once. They're in office. And so the idea is you could potentially use things like the municipal program to really funnel cheap money to states and localities. Now the problem is all of your listeners. Will be aware is that democrats tend to be much more concerned about those constituents than republicans are and so the idea is the fed could be used for political means in. That's why senator to me was really concerned about the future of these programs I think the fed basically wants to stay out of the political conversation here. The important wants to gets missed is they would have had to agree to that. Sweetening up of the municipal facility But yes they got caught in the crossfire. Little ben bernanke you wait into say. Hey don't take away powers. The fed used to have and that it needs but even his statement was done in very a political terms. I think you very very burnett elect terms genus alex. She covers the fed of the new york times and here every now and then on a friday june. Thanks a lot appreciate. Thanks so much

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Interview With Michael Spedden of "Fowl Players Radio"

Too Many Podcasts!

06:49 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Michael Spedden of "Fowl Players Radio"

"Welcome to many podcasts. The podcast about podcasts. Now podcasting from the sherpa chalet on matt podcast era. He's your host jim. The podcast shah rebels in too. Many podcasts the podcast about podcasts. And so much more. You know who you're listening to right. Seen five me. Jim the podcast sherpa bringing you another wonderful interview. And i think you're really gonna like my guest today. Who's out guest today. show pa. He was a lot of fun to talk to. His name is michael sped. And many times that i get his name wrong in the interview. He told me what the name is that he uses for his podcast. And that is the name. Obviously us and i misheard him and hello sherpa. These name was right on the little zoom screen. I could've just read it right there but we were just talking and having so fun. I wasn't paying attention to the name on the little corner. Zoom screen play. It happens but michael is such a great guy. We're actually close in age. And he said it was fun talking to someone who was close in age because he was making references that i understood and to return the favor i actually appeared on his podcast called foul players radio. And you got to check that out. That's a lotta fun on that. Show mike a great guy had a super time on his show. And i think he had some fun over here to didn't even have to make him pay to come on it or anything like that. He did it absolutely free. Free didn't charge them a dime. If you want to listen to michael's free interview on this show how to listen. Hello rebels i send something foul. No it's mike stagnant from foul players. Radio is my guest. He's a musician. A podcast an actor and we're gonna be talking about his career so we can get to know him so you guys might want to check out his podcast you mike. Welcome to the sheriff. La it's great to be here with you tonight. greeting from maryland. All the way up to long island great to talk income. I appreciate you having me having pleasure to have you here sir. I always like to start off by asking. I guess to tell a little bit about themselves. So if you can k- Right now i'm the host of foul players radio. That's f o w l like the bird It's named after my murder. Mystery company called the foul players of perryville. Perryville is where. I live in maryland. Were about fifty miles northeast of baltimore. The reason why we make that ton or whatever you would say it would be for. Foul is because The town i live in is right on the susquehanna river which is known for its multiple species of waterfowl people. They have actual waterfowl museums ear to talk about that stuff so we figured it'd be a nice play on words for foul play my head. The murder mystery company for a couple of years. Now we perform on boats and on trains office parties and vineyards and whoever have us. I also am a musician. I right now have an acoustic duo. That i've had for about fifteen years and we're kind of comedy act sort of similar to the smothers brothers. It's two of us. We play acoustic guitars and the humor isn't as much when with the banter between us as it is with the humor's actually in songs so that's called. The uncle moldy show. And we perform a in the maryland area a wide knob sometimes in pennsylvania to most recently. You may know me as the viking. And the jim what worth commercials while riding around on the bus. I was the big viking. That came out of the back You've also seen me this year on kimmy versus the reverend if you haven't seen that movie it's based on the unbreakable kimmy schmidt and it's there's a scene where kimmy and tight us. The two main characters are way out in the country and they come into a bar. There's a leonard skinner ban. they're playing. And i'm the bartender in there. I won't give away the movie. But it's an interactive movie but no matter what choices you make in the movie. You always get to see me. So that's the good part about it. You know it's it's not like that movie revolved around me or anything like that We have been nominated nominated for a couple of emmys I believe it was for best special perhaps and then Titus burgess has been nominated for an emmy for male performance. I believe as well. I'm excited about that. I'm also appeared on gotham. I wish unseasoned. Five episode eight played one of the penguins henchman named dale. I was shot to death in the third scene. I was in. And i've also done a number of discovery. Id shows and some mom commercials down here in maryland. When i was starting out and everything. I'm also years ago. I was in the hair bands of the eighties. I had a big hairband back. In those days. I had a band that was kind of more like the call to little bit. After that when the hairband started going out we were called orange seed parade we played. Cbgb's in new york a number of times. And you know open for a couple of national acts over the years. So yes so. That's me in a nutshell so we can get a little more specific if you like Depending well you know the first thing that you said that caught my ear was the susquehanna river and i was thinking of that old. Avidan castillo routine about the susquehanna company. All right right squad at company there may have been years ago but the majority of there's only a couple of miles of the susquehanna bets in maryland and it actually goes all the way up to near upstate new york so there could be something on the way you know that river goes through lancaster and harrisburg and it goes quite a ways up. I believe almost up to upstate. New york if it doesn't start up there somewhere along the line. I'm sure there was and with your murder mystery troop you. You're an actor in the troupe. Right yes i am. Yeah okay so basically your book like for parties and stuff like that and there's someone who's been killed in they have to figure out if it's you or one of your co stars did it. Yeah yeah exactly. Exactly exac- i'm normally the detective and the host i'm normally the host and the narrator at the beginning and i have a row i have roster i would save about fifteen or twenty really good actors from this area here and we we kind of rotate. We were on trains. One of our biggest clients is the western maryland. Scenic railroad all. the way out and cumberland. That's all the way out. The panhandle of maryland out west year west virginia. But we also do the pride of or not the pride of the susquehanna we do. The black eyed susan riverboat. We do Slate form brewery. We do some microbreweries. Mount felix winery a lot of the tasting rooms where they have events and trains and boats and office parties corporate events. Whoever will have us

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New York City DOE failing to provide education to disabled kids amid COVID-19, lawsuit alleges

Brian Lehrer

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

New York City DOE failing to provide education to disabled kids amid COVID-19, lawsuit alleges

"His failing New York City's special education students. Gotham Ists, David Cruz reports. One parent described her special needs son who can't see hear or speak, trying to attend class online. She was one of seven parents now suing the city to demand the Education Department provide extra months of Taylor, learning for students with disabilities that would help offset the limits of remote learning. Some students have also aged out of the system if they had turned 21 during the pandemic, the loss of the seeking our commitment from the city for additional month of services for them too. A spokesperson from the Education Department says the city were review the lawsuit, which was filed by the education nonprofit advocates for Children, But she says a recent court ruling found that remote learning doesn't amount to a denial of services. Workers at Newark Liberty

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Use Of Force On The Rise In New York City Jails, Despite Historically Low Inmate Population

Q

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Use Of Force On The Rise In New York City Jails, Despite Historically Low Inmate Population

"A new report says staff at New York City jails are using more force against inmates. Gotham City Pereira has more A new report says that there's increased rates of use of force against inmates, even though the jail population has dropped to historic lows. That's according to a court appointed federal monitor. Special jail riot squads called probe teams are deploying pepper spray and using painful restraining techniques, which escalates tensions within the jails. The city correction Department says the rising rates or because more inmates are affiliated with gangs are accused of violent felonies. But attorneys at the legal aid Societies prisoners rights project say the correction department suffers culture problems that have taken too long to solve.

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Civil Rights Groups Sue De Blasio, NYPD Leaders For "Deliberately Violent" Response To New York Protests

All Things Considered

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Civil Rights Groups Sue De Blasio, NYPD Leaders For "Deliberately Violent" Response To New York Protests

"And filed a lawsuit against Mayor de Blasio and NYPD the leaders for overseeing a deliberately violent response to the protests that broke out after the police killing of George Floyd earlier this year. Gotham is Jake often, arts has more New York Civil Liberties Union and Legal Aid Society say the NYPD violated protesters 1st and 4th amendment rights during this summer's demonstrations over multiple nights of protests and NYPD officers deployed batons and pepper spray. And charged out participants. Civil rights groups say the violent crackdown was coordinated and endorsed by the mayor and police Commissioner. German Shake Corey Stellan is an attorney with the legal aid society. This was not a Matter of a few officers crossing a line but really a systematic approach. Deblasio declined to discuss the lawsuit. A spokesperson for the NYPD says the department is reviewing it.

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"gotham" Discussed on Toys & Tech of the Trade

Toys & Tech of the Trade

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"gotham" Discussed on Toys & Tech of the Trade

"I'm actually I'm actually glad to hear that because I like to support you know, New, York company your creators. So definitely keep me posted and I'll I'll check it out and sign up as well and stay stay up to date with that stuff we just switched over from and then I'll put the name 'cause whatever I switched over speaker. Breaker they were great I switched over to them from Lipson I was losing for years. When we started the podcast network, Lipson just didn't work and. They were they were you had to essentially sign up each show under a m you have to have billing for each show. But if you do that, forget it, you're gonna be broke and and then speaker Kinda just had the hey, pay one rate do all this and then that worked but there were certain things that just didn't. They weren't excuse me. They weren't conducive for a network setting gotcha and the company we switched over to now. kind of plays well with the network. So Curious to see what you folks are doing because again, anything that that's good for a podcast network is something I always want to stay up to date on especially for the rest of our creators. Absolutely. Yeah. I'll definitely talk to you more. But the just want to put this out there real quick is that we're doing something totally different in that we're allowing creators to bring over their analytics, which is not something that typically you're allowed to do have to kind of start fresh with spray new analytics, and we are allowing people to bring over their analytics to continue author numbers. So that is a huge huge plus because a lot of creators unfortunately, no the headache of switching hosting companies you lose all that all that number so. All right. So Gotham podcast studio, we'll have links to that ways to keep in touch with Brianna in the show notes for this episode Brianna so much for taking the time to share the toys and tech of your trade. Thank you.

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"gotham" Discussed on Toys & Tech of the Trade

Toys & Tech of the Trade

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"gotham" Discussed on Toys & Tech of the Trade

"You know we don't go into it like money. How do we make the most money? It was more just like what's not fail and LOSE ALL OUR MONEY That that's a scary, that's a scary but very, very legitimate way to approach it. I. Mean I got into it. Completely, not to make a red cent and. You know I, I've been doing it a long time and I said to myself. You know if it if it comes it comes if it doesn't, it doesn't. But the thing about it is that you put your own, you put your money in the game and you knew you said to yourselves we got to approach this strategically and I'm sure for you to hear your your husband walk in and say, I'm quitting my job and run doing this. Full time I'm sure that was a party that probably was like Oh my God, so much trouble just because it's a scary it's a scary concept. I mean when we're younger and you might agree with this what we're in our twenties, it's like you quit your job you go home you sit on your couch your parents it's all good when you're married and you come home and you tell your significant other. Yeah. I'm quitting my job today. It's it's a different kind of conversation Yeah and and you know what's really crazy about it is that Matt and I are really good communicators and I think it's one of the great ways that were able to work with each other and also be husband and wife is that. We're able to communicate and talk to each other. Respectfully you know we don't always agree we don't always see eye to eye we have different ideas but at the end of the day I'm his biggest fan and he's my biggest fan and we're GONNA do stuff to help each other and make each other happy and when he was working his sales job before actually got them was even a thing Kinda makes me emotional to talk about this I could literally see his eyes glaze over he. He. He became a part of something that he was never meant to be a part of he's a creative person and he's an artist. He draws he he's a podcast like you don't go into that world if you're not a creative at heart and so to watch him work sales job and to be holy unhappy so much that I could see it in his eyes. When Gotham came to be in there was a real future they're the moment..

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"gotham" Discussed on Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"gotham" Discussed on Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

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"gotham" Discussed on Gaming Ride Home

Gaming Ride Home

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"gotham" Discussed on Gaming Ride Home

"Gotham Knights is the next game from the developer behind Batman Arkham. . And Batman isn't in it? ? DC held its massive DC fan dome event this weekend where they shared all kinds of panels and trailers for DC related stuff. . They talked about wonder woman nineteen eighty-four, , which looks cool and the Snyder cut of Justice League which look you know I am ecstatic for you. If . you're excited about that I don't think making that movie longer it's going to make it any better, , but you know that has nothing. . To do with video games. . They also showed a trailer for the Robert Patents and Matt Reeves Batman Movie, , which I thought looked pretty great. I'm . excited for that. . But the most exciting news for me was learning about what WB Montreal was working on and learning a lot more about rock steadies suicide squad game. . So finally, , officially, , WB Montreal revealed it is working on a game called Gotham knights the trailer for the. . Game Open with a newscast revealing that Bruce Wayne is dead and then a cut to a video. . Batman had recorded in case of his death and what needed to be done in his absence, , and then we got to see back girl night wing Red Hood and Robin basically stepping it up to be the new protectors of Gotham from there it looked a lot like a Batman Arkham game which I am. Saying . as a complement, , each of the four heroes appears to have a distinct set of abilities and are able to drive bat cycles around Gotham. . Bad girl seems perhaps the closest to playing as Batman. . As we know him in the Arkham Games, , a brawler uses a zip line to move around night wing was playable on a few occasions in the Batman Arkham Games and he looks similar here uses batons as weapons. . Red Hood. . Who sometimes bad guy. . But seems to be a good guy in this instance uses guns. . He is former Robin Jason Todd who was resurrected, , and now you know very angry general. . And finally, , we saw robin the Tim Drake version. . Of Robin, who , appears to use a lot of tech gadgets I was certain. . We were looking at Damian Wayne Bruce Wayne's biological son during the trailer who is Robin in the current Comic Book Canon. . But after the fact, , it was made pretty clear that this is Tim Drake. . The trailer ended with a tease we have been expecting for long time with the Court of owls taking center stage. . We saw familiar locations from the Court of Appeals, comics , people wearing court of appeals, , masks, , and hundreds of coffins that store the immortal superhumans at the Court of Appeals tends to use to do its dirty work. . After the trailer premiered, , they showed about seven minutes of Gameplay. . The game play footage took place about a dozen hours into the game and focused on a part of the story revolving around Mr Freeze we saw back girl wearing a different costume than what was shown in the trailer running around the city, , zipping up to rooftops and attacking enemies from above Robin joined her similarly wearing a different outfit than the one seen in the trailer, , and they made their way into Mr Freezes. . Fort I guess you could say where he had this crazy weather machine going multiple approaches to taking out enemies were shown bat girl was more of a brawler uninterested in a stealthy approach but robin was shown sneaking up on enemies Alford called the duo to give them advice and we also saw and bat girl team up for a single attack it culminated with a boss fight confrontation Mr freeze before too much progress could be made against him. . The video came to a close the game going to be an up to two player coop game and will apparently have lots of leveling up options over the course of the game and enemies will level up with you. . Implication is you tackle things just about any order as a result if you're level five when you fight freeze, , he's level five. . But if you love of fifteen, , then he is little fifteen in that changes things. . Afterward. . Zachary Levi. . She's Zam himself asked WB Montreal a few questions. . They didn't offer a whole lot of additional information. . They did say the mystery is bigger than the court of owls though and later it was also confirmed that the game is separate from the Arkham universe it's a standalone new Batman Universe the game is planned for next year I love the narrative conceit of Batman being dead I. . Hope they lean into that and it's not just a big endgame twist that he's been alive the whole time I, , liked the. . Idea of that crew of four trying to figure out how to protect Gotham without Batman I. . think that's really cool I. . also love the Look of writing the bat cycle through the city and how at least at this point it it does look close to Arkham game play. .

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"gotham" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"gotham" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"I would expect some. I. Mean. That's like that's like pretty you want but I would expect someone like this to know that. that just because digs a cop in hearing the gone, there's a pretty high likelihood negative will never have to use it and also winning dress. But yeah, I think you're right I. Think it's sometimes comes off as. Gone but I think again I think it's because emotional issues that he's. Acting and really is, is I don't want him to get her and now you're. Now, you're. Yeah or I just were I wonder fitches some Soviets I. You know he's afraid fix pull that gun and shoot somebody. You know we're that's what I'm saying I feel like that's kind of bruises projecting it, but you should know better like. These. So what I think it really is. What Dick said to circling back around wondering said in the letter in his boarding I used to think was because you thought I couldn't handle myself. But now I'm thinking maybe you're afraid you can protect and that's why. Dictated does he can't protect Yachts right. All right anything else on. Everything I just can't even. Like more. Yeah, I mean I like the whole interacts with him in Israel but I mean the poll mandatory thing I mean again said big setup for the adoption. Right I. Mean that is a very that was a very clever villain. The someone? Yeah. No, it's. It's really excellent. Even those a couple issues before. A. Assume they're plotting stuck out long-term Yes. Fourteen well I mean eight to eleven tien very well as well because. You know we rented it. You with the files but then granted it's you strange in Hugo strange now not as mentally well adjusted as you likes thing Joined the stuff. So it's not necessarily. Do, all all of it but we do you go setting some things in there where like Oh you know you want Roosevelt you're dead Dixon not my dad but like. And then Bruce. Saying you don't really have a relationship with Bruce and neither do I, and then of course, the stuff the stuff in there you know I would change this role signing it love Dick and then yes, the it's it's a great a great villain that really gets loose thinking. This. But yeah I mean I mean. We we kind of Cherry pick the night wing issues but yeah, I enjoyed Devon's whole run on Gotham Knights. So right yeah yeah. Yeah the whole thing is is is really good the one, the one actor this is the one where the Aquaman one. Yeah, which is pretty good. Dick. Makes a quick appearance because he calls or digs like. Exactly. 'cause Bruce's. So it seems like it must happen like right after this one. But but yeah, then he's like Oh I, need someone to help with my penny in the water I do it so yet no, there's a lot of really good bruce once on the hang out with, but he doesn't WanNa come out and say it. It's true. It's true. That's why he's the best hero at pretending to be a loner. Really. That's right. Ari anything else. I think that about wraps it up. If you haven't read needs to issues of some nights, you need to do it. Oh forget that read the whole read the whole rinus this especially the devin issues I mean they're so good. Rates up until thirty something or around forty. I forget. Yeah. Something like that. Yeah. It's a it's a really good Ryan. I can't remember if they're collected somewhere I mean again, we're GONNA on in a few weeks. So send your thoughts questions. Run is good. There's another one where like somebody's interviewing them about Jason that happens later in the Gotham knights run but. Right, that's not hers. Yeah. But yeah, that's that one's pretty good too now. So. Yeah. So send us your thoughts on not Gotham Ni- next week more Gotham, knights APP, Batman Gotham late twenty and twenty one send your thoughts on all of that at accent questions Devon 'cause like I said, what is it like two or three weeks Yeah. So we're getting I think just two weeks from now. Oh Yeah. Yeah. I think it's like two weeks. So yes, send your thoughts. Especially we're going to be especially talking I'm naming three with her. Yes, that one..

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"gotham" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"gotham" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

"You know the show starts to dip. Well, hopefully, they will need a hail Hydra moment right like agents shield did I. It's hard to say it really is We'll see if the writing is up to the cast I'm looking forward to it, but if it sinks below the material than the shows in trouble. I don't know but it it was an interesting idea. is going to be like Smallville for like. Seven years we won't see anybody in costume and then the last episode they you know they all show you see Batman as an adult and the villains are out there I don't know how's IT GONNA. Finish it off but. I think there's just play it by ear in that if if the audience wants Batman than maybe. Let's just say that makes it a couple of seasons perhaps. A follow up season jumps forward a little bit and Batmans an older person. You know he's not this kid anymore we a new actor. We have a new guy playing Bruce Wayne and then he takes on the role of Batman. Because maybe that's what people want. Who knows we'll find out if it if it can survive. The Fox shown. They're on. They're on the chopping block before the show even starts. That's true. I mean Fox has exactly that kind of history and that strategy can absolutely work era proved that that strategy can work. You just have reverse island instead of flashbacks to the island you have flash forwards to. Could Happen. You could play with that kind of device and especially since the Warner properties are playing, it seems at least with different time periods Batman versus Superman is GonNa have this grizzled. You know old experience Batman as Ben Affleck. So presumably that takes place or at part of it takes place some portion of the future. Meanwhile, Arrow is set presumably in the president and got them is a prequel so set in the past. You, know. They can run the Tartus across those shows any way they want to. And I thought when it was first announced that it was going to be its own standalone entity as far as the Batman Universe goes just to give them a little bit more freedom. But as news comes out, the show is already evolving before it's even started and you know that's perfectly fine. But again, we thought it was Jim Gordon show and throwing in all this Batman crap and that's right. Just, gotTa find their identity before it gets lost before we even get to see it. They're going to go he I. Totally agree with that they have to kind of get their footing. Barely. Gave my two cents look for Gotham on Hbo Mix for Cave Bites. This.

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"gotham" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"gotham" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Nine first series is unseen football You have a new podcast with your dad. Deepak about covid nineteen I'll get to that in a second. I I. Do want to address this. You said documentary work is not journalism, but storytelling I agree by the way and I think all documentarian have a bias I can recall with my wife got them, and you may disagree with this, but during making a murder. She was just outraged that he was being framed, and I kept saying honey. This is not necessarily journalism He did stock women and he tortured animals. That's not normal. There's some the wiring. Said my wife. I kept saying these are not necessarily journalists. Story and everybody has biases. And in this case I think they tend to do early. give the benefit of the doubt to the young man who. You know was was ultimately jailed. So when you say you're not, it's not journalism but storytelling. Gotham don't use still at a core of value system believe you are doing some level of journalism because. Storytelling still has to be accurate even if it's dramatic. No great question and look. I think that this idea objectivity is. The outdated. We're all subjective role. Now. We're influenced by the. Insulin place social media we listen. We hear so many different things, and so and I think it's really important to be upfront, and not to say that that point of view can't change over time. The more you immerse yourself in a story or character, but I do think we spend a lot of time on the the finance like we sort of agonized and torture like. The the subject I worked with which is you know? We need to have a point of view. Like why are we doing? What is this about? These things take time and working with Bobi. The two year process to produce news into Tom Versus. Time you know it was across the season that I of the game I hear shot up and dribble with Lebron like a couple of years ago. It say why are we doing this? We're going. You know like a lot of these guys. They don't need to do it. I mean these are very successful, wealthy famous. So why are we doing? Doing it. Why are we investing this time? Why are we talking about these things? And I think having that point of view that perspective is really important. Otherwise, it's sort of like it's love reality show. I mean I'm films now, so we you know I'm always like. Hey, we're making a film. We're making documentary series. Where not just creating a reality show and I think that's important I think obviously you have a obligation to the audience and to the people are also in their time and money in some cases, watch these things to have a level of honesty and offensive city, so it's a balance You know I think it's a person. I really loved that process. I love these you know and neither relationships. I mean I stay in touch with. Obviously like I, said talk to all the time you know Koby, you know to the an just in terms of like the relationship there, so You know it's more than just like hey, we're. We're just following these guys around for time It's really sort of immersing in their lives and finding a way.

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"gotham" Discussed on The Documentary Life

The Documentary Life

15:07 min | 2 years ago

"gotham" Discussed on The Documentary Life

"Gotham Chopra is an American author filmmaker and entrepreneur. He is the son of alternative medicine. Celeb- Deepak Chopra a man who would be the focus of his first documentary feature decoding. Deepak in two thousand fifteen choper created religion of sports a six part documentary series examining how sports can profoundly influenced societies and cultures in a manner that extends beyond entertainment value. Religion of sports is also the name of the Media Company which he co owns with. Michael Strahan and Tom Brady speaking of Brady. The quarterback and his Jersey are the subject of religions latest documentary the Great Brady Heist. Welcome to the show. Gotha may appreciate you coming on today to the documentary life. Yeah thanks so much for having me. I'm excited to be here and and always like talking to to fellow artists and with fellow. Artists is is really exciting for me absolutely so Gotham. I think a nice way to start these conversations. We always like to get a little bit of context. How did you find your way to documentary? I think I've always been just storyteller and like someone who's really been but as a consumer of loves great STORIES GROWING UP. I'm first generation American In terms like I'm the first person in my family to be born outside of the Indian subcontinent and so growing up in America. How we kinda connected culturally with My sister homeland India was like through was through comic books. And just like you know like videos and stuff like that a two. I was always like from the ground up from you know from as far back as I can remember like just really passionate about mythology and stories and just understanding the way the world worked Through great storytelling. I think over time you know as as is sort of like involved you know and I was just like one of those people that early on. Who sort of like fascinated with cameras and just like always trying to document the right and you know my first. Iteration really yeah. The filmmaker was more as a journalist reporter. And then you know I think it really coincided. Probably turn of the two thousand with like the evolution of technology in terms of Camera Technology illegally. Gm and social media. So it's been a genesis across you know as far back as I can remember so a lot of the focus of today's conversation is going to be about sports documentaries and and it seems to me that you're a great person to talk to about that. That's why we've had you on today so I think we should just get right into that. Which is a religion of sports? Of course there's religious sports the six part documentary series originally which you did in two thousand fifteen and then there's religion of sports this big media company that produces things like podcasts produces obviously a long and short form video how in why did religion of sports become a thing for you. Yeah growing up in a place like Boston Massachusetts which is where I was born and raised a first generation American. You Know I. I was a huge sports fan. I sort of looking back. Every sport was like how I became. Or Yeah how assimilated to America like my family all from the Indian subcontinent in no do the red sox or celtics surveyed sir. Bruins were late for me growing up in Boston going to high school with you know. Mostly Irish Catholic kids in From Jenner going back generations in northeast like sports was how I I think identified and and became part of a community sales. Just like was a huge sports fan. I think overtime as I grew up in my father in particular you know had his own. No He's professional. Transformation into becoming Deepak Chopra who we all know right now as like you know this spiritualists and bestselling author it's et Cetera. Really started with a personal transformation in his life. Probably one of the but I was a teenager and I think looking back into now. I realized I used to say this. My Dad is like you know everything you talk about. In wisdom traditions and spiritual traditions religion et cetera exists. Sports like Fenway. Park is a cathedral right. I was growing up. Where a cursed franchise The Celtics and the boss. Old Boston Garden was a hallowed ground. In the you know the big three and all that stuff like I saw sports through as much as the fan I was S. Assad through this sort of unique lend. That's how I consumed it Was through this kind of quasi spiritual perspective. It's the origins of religion is sports. Really like Go back to that. And then I think you know more from the filmmaking standpoint I you know I was like I said a reporter and a storyteller and all the stuff I think it was really around. I I don't know the exact dates when ESPN launched the thirty. For thirty franchise but thirty for thirty for me as a young filmmaker sort of became. And I think a lot of people became thing is like oh I can be a sports fan and I I. I think before that it was just. Kinda like yeah. You did sports on your own time. Like that was like a personal passion. Rice thirty for thirty. You know kind of legitimized it in some ways as an art form and I remember you another the two Escobar's and once brothers and some of these things that were just to ask ourselves great and like you know sort of brought together my passion sort of reporting and and you know like issues going on all around the world and Sports Ed side. Think that's kind of how the early sort of inkling of like I think while I was sort of working on decoding. The started to watch out these thirty for thirty. And we're like Oh like I could do this but with the thing that I'm most passionate about. Yeah Right. Yeah what. What is it about sports? Right what is it about sports that make such compelling documentary? I mean sports are first of all. They're they're mythic great. Sports are about human potentials or are about you know the thrill of victory and triumph but also the tragedy of failure and loss So I think like it has all the sort of story elements and overcoming adversity and Just struggle and stuff like that I think it has all those qualities that make for great storytelling but also think like the universality of it like. I'll say there's not a place on the planet you can't go where people aren't obsessed with sports and sometimes it's like the biggest you know you go to. Spain and F C Barcelona Real Madrid like a two two of the most iconic in franchise in multi billion dollar franchise each of them. But it's a passion there. Then you can go like to you. You said Cambodia or rural Tibet Etc Any fine in every village. There's you know kids. Obsessed with the sport lay or somehow they're watching those F C Barcelona in there watching the Ronaldo's messages instantly. It's you know wherever you go. People are passionate about these sports in these communities. Form so Yeah I think it's just it's as as I am a fan of. I can really watch any sport and participate and still die hard fan of like those Boston. Teams. I think storytelling perspective. I L- look at sports as this great backdrop for for storytelling. I've I've not one of those you know we don't do a lot of like what you would call like the all nothing's or the you know just like the sports stories trying to say like. How does this appeal to a fan? That again why thirty for thirty so much as like you know. How does this appeal beyond the fan? I should say that's right person. Who's not you know doesn't particularly care votes or doesn't really care about that team but that can get sort of like you know. See the see the deeper story there. Well in a segues perfectly into my next question which is really. How do you make a sports doc? Something a non sports person would want to see right because we consider ourselves as doc filmmakers storyteller so regardless of what an often as filmmakers were embracing a passion that we might have right over exploring a passion that we might have. Somebody else has that maybe a lot of other people do not have so in the case of sports. You're presenting a story presenting a documentary film and a large part of your audience. May in fact be or no I segment of your audience may fact be a non sports person? So is that something that you're you're pretty conscious of when you make your doc films or is that something that religious sports conscious of or do you guys just say. Look we know what our audience is? These are docks meant for people that consume sports. Now I mean I think it's almost like I'd say our brand of storytelling is very character driven. And so it's really trying to. I think like the the DNA that has evolved in the company over the last few years no matter if it's like a big tent pole project that's following. You know an iconic athlete like Tom. Radio Kobe Bryant a couple years ago. It's head is or it's like it's non celebrity athlete or or something like that. It's like why does this matter and say why sports matter what what is this telling us about the human condition or a community and we really sort of agonize over that point of view. I mean I'd like to say you know I torture whether it's you know my collaborators or even sometimes our subjects say there's a thing I can definitely say this with With your audience. It says I'm a SNOB film SNOB and they we're making films. Were not making reality shows. I think the main difference. There's like intention like when you are going to follow a charter. Sorry about that when wanting to follow a character across year or something like that. What are we trying to say like? Why are we doing sake? What's the deeper for this because otherwise my great fear is like Oh God this is a reality. Show cameras rolling. That's you are someone who is connected to connect to high profile names at this point and you in quite frankly you may have been at an earlier age because if your father was so my question for you is speaking to our audience. First AND SECOND TIME. Doc filmmakers who may not and probably most likely don't have the kind of connections or accessed at someone like yourself or that religion of sports does how can we start to become Connected or how. Can we start to gain access if we believe we have a great story And maybe it involves a pro sports celebrities or a Pro Sports League entity. I'd love if you could share some tips on. Look if I'm not connected to somebody if I don't have access. How do I start to gain some access to make my sports documentary? That may be as about a league or a team or about a well-known a high profile. Name well I mean we can turn the get into tactics in terms of like how you reach out. Who Do you reach attitude? What do you say then I mean I love it? I love it happy to do that but I would say you know I. It really goes back to that core. Like what's what's the story I think access to some degree has sort of become United States. Obviously from a place of privilege but like because we have access but it's sort of like It's a commodity like everybody has access. I mean people every athlete. I work with right now. Bigger small most of them have you know some of them have their own production companies. Everybody's got a camera in their hand. Everyone's documenting everything. Everyone's got like a big social on instagram following. Your facebook Ever take a lot of the things that used to be like. So I've got access or you know. I know somebody at Netflix Sir facebook. Or whatever like those. Don't matter as much I would say I defining thing is like okay. Cool you got access but like like I said before. What are you trying to say? Why are you doing this? What's the point like what's going to separate this from a you know thousands of other pieces of content? That are sort of vaguely about the same thing right Sin And I really think we spend so much time on the front end of tea and and it's really in partnership with you know either the subject themselves or maybe the broadcast partner whatever or it's internally our own team where I dating idea Ding. Something's okay why are we doing this? What are we trying to say? What's the point? What's the story structure once the conflict? You know all the things. That storytellers Study for years but like reach sort of really in a go back to that here of thousand faces face like that Gioja MPAA. Yeah and I think that's a really important thing that sort of gets I see this a lot actually with people who you know somehow managed to get access with an athlete or something they just skip over that step and then I said it sort of becomes a reality show. They're sort of like riding along in the car or you know in the apartment and they're just sort of like a camera rolling but am not sometimes sure why So I'd say that's the key and then I think like the reality our we presenting that our pre are present. That yeah so okay. So it's like you know figuring out the point and sometimes it does of course start with them level of I think that to answer your questions. Like tactic we. There's in some ways there's use this expression of the time which is content is king and most important thing in our. It's never been a better time to be creative INC to some sure I can. I understand like the point. Everyone saying but I also think it's Kinda tough because yes there's this endless continent there. So how do you make your janitor? Who noticed partly how you get noticed as first of all not to keep on repeating the same thing but is having a point of view. But then it's and I think that point of view itself helps differentiates if I am an athlete prominent athlete or League or whatever and I'm being approached in a thousand different directions every day..

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"gotham" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"gotham" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The other yeah that's really intimidating for all of Gotham look out here comes the really evil villain guys it doesn't matter who we are what matters is our plan it's actually a thousand times better than the first one that ended does it matter what matters is our plan it's all it's Brady's got what matters is our never seen Batman had your shorts every plan three years ago today we dusted off the old first today's youth by god whereas it's even worse again three years after we got it all three years after it happened especially because the dark knight rises been replayed a million times a quarantine and then you're really short because light is way out of pertaining to obtain what you don't know who this is to your shorts you have never seen a Batman movie have you met earlier users report is that I will never forget a peacekeeping three AM in a production studio Schwartz Schwartz wanna do another take here you know what I'm gonna give this to the A. C. L. as soon as I heard I said oh well we've got gold now you'll shorts less time in indoor tennis tournaments only nine people are out collecting balls and more time watching a good Batman movie please does it matter how much the ticket cost will forgo free for your what matters is our who does it better would supported full funding free doesn't matter how much the train because we get a free slice of mine like stuffing for a whole different ball over for people by the way the lower third graphic and watch the A. dot com Kaplan does it again the wizard of watched Hey she works with his Jersey Basco first it's so good oh my god it's so good by the way what is our plan he tells me that Schwartz is on social media posting old ticket that is the old games I can't do it I'm sorry I don't follow any of his social media accounts because I would just be driven up a wall but did he really say that he couldn't find a Billy Joel T. shirt that fits it because they don't sell six axes is through posters from cultures of Billy Joel because you can't buy the T. shirts because they don't have a five X. or six X. he actually admitted that he needs us six actually running so far away from that comment if that was me six X. for us is that he would well I will tell you that on the overnight these used to talk about where five X. so it is safe to say he's grown in X. six who needs a six axle he'll blame it on bones not the twelve pack every night of diet coke by the way not beard he's all getting all my goodness you gotta go you gotta go to bed to bass pro shop for something that you just said Jackley his user I sleep too competent you go to a Billy Joel concert T. shirt rack what's IT Sir I gave the content size looking for tennis the guy the guy running the teachers stand at the concert at Madison Square Garden doing the Jon Kate sure do you rule your room voters it doesn't matter who you are yeah the alleged that guy breaking Batman's back who who who broke but who however the takeover go when we go back hello Michael P. rides gonna join us Florida Gators running back ahead of Thursday's NFL draft Michael P. Ryan for the Gators next D. A. CBS sports radio I've got a snack that.

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"gotham" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"gotham" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Gotham club it's amazing out there some of you may not know what the Gotham club is I'm still not sure I know what the Gotham club is even though I've been there are out there is actually sitting inside the right field fence that at oracle park beautiful and they're all wonderful food grade drinks cool view of the game however I've only been there once and I AM some day looking to exercise the demands of that room because it will be impossible for me to a race from my memory what happened the only time I've ever been in there I was up here visiting friends I think there were some some business items to be taken care of as well at that time I was living in southern California but the body I was staying with his like Hey are come on top of got in in the Gotham club will go in there and I'm like a thousand Gotham club and so he's like tells me where we're going I'm like oh okay yeah okay that sounds pretty cool go out to the Gotham club and it was perfect because I probably wouldn't have gone to the giants game unless I had been invited to the Gotham club why well that night just happened to be game five between the warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers the game that dream on green was suspended so I sat out there Denard span hit one over our head that night it went into the water but our main attention was on the big screen TV because I had taken a picture of myself earlier in the day I think I even posted on Instagram I was sitting on a bench in Burlingame and I said I'm here for championship tonight at all if we went taking the train to the giants game and the Gotham club so that we can watch the warriors close things out across the bay we sat in the Gotham club and could look out the backside and see oracle arena obviously could see the game but were like that's where it's going down Ted knight I'm at the giants game inside the Gotham club and right across the water the warriors are gonna bring home another banner that feeling walking home from a game that night was numb I was like what is happening of course at that point it hadn't it hadn't fully sunk in because there were two more games still had so it was okay they would find a way to close that thing out weeks later I looked at that damn picture on Instagram I'm here for a championship tonight of course it brought Kevin Durant to the bay so you know it's all good but there is there is that little thing about the Gotham club I need to go down there again sometime and have something good happen because right now I'm all for one all right not bears the athletic coming up with a few let's do the sound garden all of this.

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"gotham" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"gotham" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Fought for better trade deals in Gotham arc all the XL pipeline keystone XL pipeline the Dakota pipeline and more is now open we're now energy independent you know every single the judges that he puts on the bench I don't think people like that I don't think they understand him because when he says he's going to do something here he fights hard to get it done why is that such a problem for so many that work with him well you know and I talk about in the book that he's a disruptor and for some people it's been a saving grace and appreciated and for others it makes them mad and you know what I believe is you know he is the right president at the right time he's made some very courageous news I mean getting out of the Iran deal when the rest of the world was trying to push him to stay in for the climate ranges and I think it was in our best interest for national security you know all of these differences that I saw on the foreign policy side were really the president saying we're going to take a stand and we're gonna take our voice back for America and you know we certainly did that at the United Nations pushing the policies that he thought were in the best interest and frankly I agree with him on everything we needed a disruptor to take over our foreign policy we needed our allies to know that look we're not going to carry the burden we need you to step up and we need to do this together we needed does that were saying death to America to understand that we're not gonna let them get away with that and the president was very strong on that and he was strong on a lot of other issues never seen you reading fare like the Paris climate agreement or trade deals and I think you know these this was a time for a disruptor in America and for those of us who wanted change I think we see it in a good way and for those that were establishment and does it didn't want to see change and wanted to be business as usual they thought that it was horrible you know it's interesting because I've used that very term quite often myself he's a disruptor that the country knew he was going to be a disruptor the I agree with you the country needs it it needs it more now than ever that's why I think he's hated so much even by members of his own party you describe a somewhat complicated relationship with them use right in the book that you and he understood each other arm at other times you've been critical of him let me play some of it and and explain the relationship after you listen all right I gotta ask you you're the daughter of two immigrants twenty make of Donald trump's rhetoric I understand his frustration and the frustration that he has about illegal immigration a lot of people have the difference is we need to be very conscious of our town we need to be very conscious of how we communicate during his times it can be tempting to follow the siren call of the angriest voices we must resist that temptation but I just want to be clear here that when you were talking about those loudest voices those angry as voices in that context you were referring to Donald Trump correct he was one of them yes Donald Trump is everything we hear and teach our kids not to do in kindergarten and we have seen just behavior over and over again that's unacceptable I will not stop until we fight chooses to disavow the.

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"gotham" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"gotham" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And a statement to Gotham est a spokesman for the MTA said the delays were caused by multiple factors during the morning, rush hour, he said, the broken toilet has been fixed. Seventy five degrees, cloudy skies with scattered showers and thunderstorms this afternoon in the evening. Tonight, we'll have a low around fifty five degrees. Support for NPR comes from the group or family foundation, supporting NPR's efforts to promote deeper, thinking broader perspectives, and trusted fact based information, always with the goal of creating a more informed public. You are listening to all things considered on WNYC. This is the last day of our all the money in half the time spring pledge drive. Eight is your last chance to make your donation. This is listener supported radio. We need your participation right now to meet our goal, to keep bringing you the news and programs you rely on every day. Call eight eight eight three seven six nine six nine two or visit WNYC dot org right now. I'm Jamie Floyd. And with me this afternoon. Our program director, Jacqueline Cincotta, thank you so much, as you bear with us as we do this critically important work of raising the money that keeps WNYC on the air for you. It's our all the money in half the time fundraiser, we cut the drive in half. We're doing five days, we are ending it today as promised the risk that we took as we didn't know if we would be able to raise. All the money in half the time. In fact, this is the first time we've done such an effort in our spring fundraiser and to be very candid. We are behind goal. We are not tracking where we need to, to reach our goal. And so we're really asking you to take a moment right now. Take a few minutes of your time. And if you haven't.

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"gotham" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"gotham" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"The lead the lead line. Layton water in Gotham as has everyone. So it's fine. Scarecrow fear gas. You know, it's fine. It's what we, but I have a penguin penguin towels. Eddie saved them the night the bridges blue. He took him to Hugo strange. I kind of just wanted to shit up in kiss like just building to the musical Saudi. Now, just in your fans. Tell them in the bath. Over. Their love love language. It's fine. We aren't getting towards tons. About your bloody heart murders. I don't know. News gonna come back. He's named her dog after me. Take. Dog. I loved that dog. So cute. But they in source was like, you might as well just have a boyfriend or husband. About. Scratching my? But what he? AM outnumbered in my household. So. Oh. Most of the time. I live in the fear of like falling down in the southern. Now wherever is. Why you buy these losing? I will was away toward the. I just want. We got all asking. That's why I'm wondering if the whole thing. Because we have hardware. I was like Harper no way wrong. Harper row. Reviling? I'm all kids used with Gotham. I don't know. Don't require watch. It. Without a nice glass of wine or six I don't. A little bit more the writers, write those what you want you want to call them like more Nell just like giant class like that big. It's. One. Grow episodes tripping. Anyway. Gonna go looking for the scarecrow sphere gas too late. They kinda hinted added the part of the venom or something or thirty. He's gonna use that because he was even asking Jimmy's like what about this crane or scarecrow? Uh-huh. Rivers. I feel like the scarecrow tossing is like university. We saw kind of on aero in the console in overs crossover. It did something that it wasn't supposed to do. Red. But yeah, but yeah, scarecrows always like such plot devices. I mean used written. Well, he's like, you know, like a chill frightening villain. But like every other story like he's like, you know, the legion dunes. We'd dealer almost. Speedway. This. Again. But yeah, I. I'm joined the last with Appalachia. 'cause I know this last night really believed. The writers are going full till all the crazy things. We wanna do. Yeah. Since they only have like a half a season. Really? I think I think it's enforce them to pick up the pace. I feel like shows like this are always better. I think why light British TV sports angels because they're not beholden to that. Twenty two twenty four twenty six episodes of season. So they can make it..

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"gotham" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"gotham" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Sniper. I was I was I'm here. But it sounds like that's one of the things I called I called it. I said I'm like why? That's what happened. We're going to get. We're gonna get one night, and we're gonna maybe we'll get twins. Not what we get Barbara guest. We're getting we're getting. I told you near soon as it happened to one yet on blading. I mean. Look at it. Look at Har downing. Okay. So here's the question. I have is he gonna know she's pregnant by the end of the season or she can pull tall, and he's not gonna meet those kids until their order gonna pull it. Yeah. There's your twins. Charlie's. She might be Dame in. She actually is tell you. That's that's the wrench was Jim dumps the next day. Charlie. Oh my God. You're dead. Yeah. Jerry, you're the third brother shows up. So let claim the body next week. Sure. I've been screaming since he since they showed up his thorough jokers may the road joker will show up. Or is it going to be like that the Batman who laughs is like his dead body intellect spew out joker venom in like infect somebody else will fill. I do have to say this. We did see previews and footage of the joker Esa character with Bruce on the catwalk over the acid, so. That was Jack Nicholson. Either. You know, we're going to get because I did they say about he's gonna play third character. That actor. Yeah. Cameron like something idol. No. But I didn't read enough. Does it? We we have to be actor welfare on Gotham. Dammit. How much John pay them? So what we're getting three jokers. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You like any? I mean each one they heard try trying to pull it different air joker. So I mean, if they just point with Gotham, it's like arrow at all, right? You just you just your life. We run out of seeing. For this matter commentary. Boy, I can't see I can't see why these has the restructure takeout Cape lunatics. I'm still waiting on a third someone to be ousted added. Like, I'm literally still in shock. I can. If you listen to every episode of lunatics you-know-who loaf is. He's like the bane in my side. But he's like alum more like my alum more for Charlie. I won't mention the gentleman's name. But what did he do? Not the other people that happen to know. Yeah. Yeah. I think is gonna go down syllabi the new ad once battening appreciated for another thirty years. Elfriede series starts. You know, what I'm seeing really kinda here for? I just wish like ours was such an angle..

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"gotham" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"gotham" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"But it costs money to run the light in the darkness, and they don't have resources how the resource don't like. I could paint a bath on that. But I love the fight with the night vision goggles until they turn the lights on and everything. I was I was just waiting for him to drop from the ceiling. One of the guys waiting for that, you know, every movie who are you? I. On that. Of their own. We need a Matt. Yeah. We need matches that season hang half. Okay. So. I missed something Phil. But who was the girl? The white mask is that's supposed to be Harley. Aren't they bringing in hardly a really horrible trashy? Not barbara. She's harley. That he holidays. To be horribly. Warriors. That's right. That's right. Tyler lights are now like. Like women. Have you? Okay sticker. This whole episode. Atman pissed me off kill Tabitha, which I'm glad is. Because somebody's dying stated on the show. Okay, here pints and was wearing. Ooh. Ooh. Yeah, percents you once she's evil. She's wearing pants. No. Women paints able will hellfire. Skirt. But. To work. They were so didn't wear pants, but. What that? The. After the over. She decided where pains, yes. But what you don't wanna go blood or you're seeing? Yeah. Started to cover about your that yet. But light Barbara are like crazy barber. She's awesome. Wouldn't Lee have to become Harley? They'll because she's therapists or. It's somebody's assisting his shoulder on the. Yeah, I'm trying to remember that. I think that blonde wasn't last season. When the I think they're trying to paint her as like Harley Hezekiah watch the promo for the season. Here's gain through it yet. She used to working for Jerome so. Yeah, I think they're paying hurt. Jerome's this the Gotham version jerem members like. Got them as more out there than lights the smallville found. Yeah. Waiting like five vases. You know, I just really love that Gotham puts AM in Gotham. All..

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