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Fresh "Gray" from Fat Mascara
"Currently in its third location on Orchard street. I've been shopping there since it was like on Christopher street. Oh, those are good ones. What's the best beauty product name you've heard lately? Like I know you because you pay attention to names and labeling. It's part of your job. Yes. So I would say Tom Ford, I can not say it on the podcast. But I think she works for a fancy corporate law firm. We've said it on the podcast before. It's Tom Ford's bleeping fabulous. It's not wrong. It is, and he is. Also, I'm a huge fan of Sergio town's Greek layer, pardon my French. It's terrible. It's such a beautiful evocative name. I absolutely like means gray light. Absolutely love it. I was trying to do like bad friendship. I was like, gray something. Gray light. Oh, that's delightful. It's like lavender and wet dirt and snow and ice. It's just pure, it's like moody wintry. I have not smelled that and I'm definitely gonna go sniff that. Thank you. Okay, what's your favorite beauty packaging products that just look good in your bathroom? Chanel, Gucci westman. It's like 90s era Versace in there. All I need is like the safety pin dress. Everything is black and gold. And let's see other than looking at your gorgeous fabulous bathroom. How do you unwind at the end of the day? Unwind. What is done on wine? We just roll this dress over. It's great. We just compact it. But if I can, if I do get like an off night, I'll unwind with a gray drink and a great book. Rereading any ear nose, a simple passion, which is. Unbelievable. And I'm a really big fan of the Negroni spogli auto with Prosecco. So thank you. House of the dragon TikTok for that particular recommendation. That's quite a fabulous life. I'm picturing you like, yes, I know you have two young children and a very busy household, but I'm now in picture you sipping negronis reading great literature and spraying all over yourself. In my bathrobe, yelling at my toddler to stop trying to beat up the infant, while holding my drink over their heads while CoComelon plays in the background. That is my life right now. And it's a great life, clearly. I'm so glad that you came on the podcast that we got connected. I really feel like this has been helpful for consumers, but also people that work at beauty brands because they want to see the state of what's going on with our industry. So thank you so much for coming on the show. Absolutely. It's been so much fun. We hope you enjoyed the show. It's your reviews and feedback that help us make the podcast even better. Head over to iTunes to rate and review us or email your thoughts to info at fat mascara dot
Mark Levin's Coaching Advice to Philadelphia Eagles
"I really like them and he was a gray coach even for them but they pulled the trigger so fast Something about the DNA in the shanahans they really know how to coach and to win That's the one thing that makes me nervous About the forty-niners playing eagles I still think they're going to win That is the eagles but that said what I think doesn't matter I'm impressed with the coach of the eagles too Look I'm impressed with all these codes There's a lot of really good coaches But that said I believe the defensive coach for the defense under China and I believe he was a linebacker for the eagles at one point Now I'm going to say one thing over the air that most of you won't care about but I'm going to say it anything Did the eagles coaching squad You better watch the passing down the middle between the numbers 8 ten 12 15 20 yard passes Your defense is a little weak there And that's where San Francisco hits anyway The passing down the center Got a tighten it up And by giving away any secrets I'm no Stephen a Smith But I am Mark R Levin and I watch these things from time to time
Newsom asks Californians to stay vigilant about more storms
"There's more stormy weather ahead for California. I'm Ben Thomas with the latest. After weeks of stormy weather, yet more wind and rain for a Golden State now looking a bit gray and muddy. I know how fatigued you all are. Governor Gavin Newsom. Just maintain a little more vigilance. The storm began hitting California in late December, causing power outages flooding mudslides and wars. Sadly, 19 people have died. State of emergency director Nancy ward. The ground is saturated. It is extremely, extremely dangerous, especially in these high vulnerable areas. And that water can continue to rise well after these storms have passed. So our message is clear. Please know your surroundings. Newsom says we'll get through this. And then we'll get back to the real work that needs to be done to make sure we can get through the next century. I'm Ben Thomas.
Jeff Beck, guitar god who influenced generations, dies at 78
"Guitarist Jeff Beck has died after suddenly contracting bacterial meningitis, according to his representatives, Beck was 78. And marches are a letter with a look at his life. Jeff Beck's first guitar was the one he built as a boy out of a cigar box, a picture frame and the string from a toy airplane. After that, his instrument of choice was the fender Stratocaster. Beck was known for The Yardbirds for his own band for working with Rod Stewart and appearing on records with access diverse as Macy gray, Luciano Pavarotti, winona Judd and Johnny Depp. Paige was inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice. He went in with The Yardbirds in 1992, patrons low key during his induction as a solo act in 2009. I've been naughty all my life and I don't deserve this at all. But I shall continue to be naughty, I think
The Vatican lays Pope Benedict to rest, and Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas
"On this week's AP religion roundup, the Vatican lays Pope Benedict to rest and Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas. One Pope laid to rest another Thursday in an extraordinary ceremony at the Vatican. Pope Francis opened the funeral of retired Pope Benedict XVI with a prayer. He and the Roman Catholic faithful bade farewell to Benedict, who resigned the papacy a decade ago. Warner's crowded into Saint Peter's square starting in the early morning Thursday. Clergy and lay people alike created a mosaic of garments from the red skull caps of the cardinals and the white robes of the priests to the simple gray tunics of monks, and the puffy winter jackets of the ordinary faithful. They cheered as pallbearers and morning suits and white gloves carry Benedict's simple casket out of the basilica and placed it on an ornate carpet in the front of the altar in the vast square. The former Joseph ratzinger, who died December 31st at age 95, is considered one of the 20th century's greatest theologians and spent his lifetime upholding church doctrine. But he will go down in history for a singular revolutionary act that changed the future of the papacy. He retired, the first Pope in 6th centuries to do so. Meanwhile, the peak of the Christmas season arrived for Orthodox Christians around the world, as many celebrated epiphany on January 6th. Pin Bulgaria, the sounds of drums and bagpipes followed men dressed in traditional white embroidered shirts as they waited into the tunja river to retrieve a crucifix that was cast into the waters. While the Orthodox Christian churches in Greece, Bulgaria and Romania celebrate the feast on January 6th, orthodox churches in Russia, Ukraine and Serbia followed the Julian calendar. According to which, epiphany is celebrated on January 19th as their Christmas falls on January 7th. Some western Christian churches celebrate epiphany as three kings day, which marks the visit of the Magi or three wise men to the baby Jesus, closing out the Christmas season. I'm Walter ratliff.
SushiSwap CEO proposes new tokenomics to survive liquidity crunch
"10 p.m. Saturday December 31st, 2022. Sushi swap CEO proposes new tokenomics to survive liquidity crunch. Sushi swap CEO, Jared gray, introduced a proposal on December 30th to alter the tokenomics of the sushi token in an attempt to revive the protocol amid a liquidity crunch. The post sushi swap CEO proposes new tokenomics to survive liquidity crunch appeared first on crypto slate.
Everton holds Man City 1-1 despite another Haaland goal
"Manchester City lost ground in the Premier League graced by settling for a one one tie with Everton. Damari gray scored a spectacular equalizer in the 64th minute dropping man city 7 points behind league leading arsenal. It canceled out a goal by erling Holland, his league high 21st goal of the season. City dominated on the stat sheet, possessing the ball 77% of the time and making over 400 more passes without defeating a team that's just two points above the relegation zone. The blues are one one and one in their last three league games and two points in front of third place Newcastle. I'm Dave ferry.
Christian Rapper Topher on Transparency and Openness
"All right, ladies and gentlemen, we're back. I got topher in the house. You know, I may mention that the price and grey was a cold rapper. I think both of you guys are absolutely amazing. And y'all are very different. Because I live in I listen to Bryce and gray. He has good rap. He's in a different mood. You're in a different mood on the radio we play Bryson song, people had a chance to hear how Bryson rapp, we played your song just now, which one of the famous songs that you have. And we had an opportunity to hear you and you guys are very different, but you guys are both incredible and stepping out of the fray and being unique individuals. So talk to us a little bit about what sparked you to rap and to be conservative and the things that you've been able to do. So I started rapping when I was ten and I fell in love with it early on because the M and M and the transparency that he showed within his music. It might not have been Christian music, but I appreciated the transparency. And I think a lot of times when kids look up to artists, they relate to those that are maybe bad or good, but the transparency withdraws them in. So when my music, I started a full career when I got the military 2017, I felt like God was sitting me down that path and I said, I'm a keep working into the pop and then eventually it did. But when I started to be more open about my political leanings, that's when I started feeling a little bit more success and that was because no one that looked like me or you was doing these type of things. Musically or just on social media. We know how it was when you gotta speak up and you're speaking against the narrative and you just destroying it, man. You get a lot of backlash and I felt all those lick and those lashes. And I was like, nah, man, I gotta stand for something because I have girls that are gonna look up to their dad. They're gonna be like, hey dad, what was you doing? This was going down. I'm like, honey, I was on the front line, making sure that this country was going to be the same great country that I grew up in for you.
You Will Know Them by Their Fruit
"All right, Bryson. I want to continue this conversation because you're not just a rapper. You believe in Christ first. And then rapping is a calling that you have. But I want to talk about the Christian church. And how we are so much different than some of these other religions per CAPiTA. 'cause I think obviously I think the faith in Jesus Christ is the number one thing to get you where you need to go. However, we were more relaxed today. Days ago than everybody else, why do you think that Christians on its stern about the Bible is Muslims with the Quran or Christians on his stern about the Bible as Jewish people are with the Torah? Can you explain that to the people? Because according to the tour, you have to be obedient, right? So Jews already, they teach you, you have to be obedient. Obedience is required. And Islam obedience is required or you'll get excommunicated. And Christianity, people think obedience isn't required. That's why only fans model can claim to be a Christian. That's why stuff I'm not going to name on the radio. You know somebody that's a crit that say they Christians and they got a little channel. Bro, it's people on Twitter that caught himself Christian conservatives might be at this event. They call themselves Christians, but they fight adult film stars. Oh my God. People on God. People think that's okay. And you know what? Who's on call them out because you shouldn't judge retain them right. You're not supposed to judge, not righteously not unrighteously. Leave it up to God, only God can judge, even though insol 82 guy literally calls on us to judge and that's a whole other thing. And you should know them by their fruits. Was he playing? Matthew savin? Was he drunk when he said, no, he was telling her, you should know them by their fruits. You should make a righteous judgment. You're not going to let somebody watch your kid. There's been arrested for felony child pornography. Don't you? Somebody's a sex offender. You never gonna watch it, you have to make a judgment call. Bro, it was funny as right after he talks about judging by the fruit and Matthew 7. When he gets to Matthew 7 23, he says he gives you a list of people that say they did all types of things for Jesus. Didn't I do things in your name? Then I do miracles in your name, and he said, department. I never knew you. I never knew you, Ye that work iniquity. True. You have to be obedient.
Bryson Gray on the Difference Between Christian and Secular Rap
"So Bryson, man, I mean, you know, one thing that I think is tremendously affecting not only the black community, but America as a whole is this garbage rap. Facts. And let me not just say because I'm not just saying rap. Because 16 bars can be a blessing to you. Yep. But when you're given 16 bars of bull crap, then it's really a negatively affecting the people, you consider yourself to be a Christian rapper. What's the difference between Christian rap and secular rap that we're here today? Well, the difference is obviously I picked God in my round. And other people got Satan and they rap. And everybody knows, if you talk to a DJ, everybody knows music can control the crowd. So when I was growing up when the club played walking flocker, you know what's gonna happen. People fighting. To the point where walking blocker actually got banned from performing in North Carolina. There's a who performed. It was inspired with a fight. Luck if you buck, you know nothing you know, you play that in the club. You know what's gonna happen. So if you play, if you play them something that got God and they're talking about the Bible, it's gonna have the same effect. That's why when I read my comments section and I'm inspiring people to read the Bible and things like that. It's not me, it's the whole spirit working through me. But when you see that, it shows you that music can affect people in the mind. So why not give them something about God versus degeneracy like Cardi B and NBA young boy?
Pastors, Stand for the Truth
"Pastors should be standing up for truth if you go to a church and your pastor won't talk about abortions. Then you need to go to another church. You need to find another church. I was listening to Marvin sapp, and I love Marvin SAP. If you listen to gospel music, if you care about anything, spiritual and the music realm, Marvin south is the goat when it comes to gospel music. I was listening to an interview on Vlad TV of Marvin Sam. And they asked marvins after question about homosexuality in the church. Now, I would respect him more if he just gave the explanation that the Bible says. You don't have to get in the hate nobody, disrespecting people because God is calling us the love everybody. But don't get weak when it comes to the gospel. You don't, we don't need to hear your opinion pastor. All you got to do is go to the Bible and read what the Bible says.
Why We Need Unity on the Right
"How many of those Republicans decided not to vote? Carrie Lake only lost by probably 17,000 votes, even with the even with the cheating that went on, but how many, how many Republicans refused to show up and vote for our candidate? And I think that tells the story of how we did secure the election here in Arizona, more so than ballot machines being messed up. Now, for some reason, it felt like I'm going on forever and ever in this segment, how much time do I have? It's out of here anybody. Okay, all right, I knew I was coming close. I don't have my timer up here. But y'all I'm getting ready to go to the break. I only got about 40 seconds left. But I hope that we ponder on that as I go to the break. Are we really being realistic about what we're looking forward to in this coming election? Are we being realistic about the candidates that we have in the forefront? Are we putting our best foot forward? Are we financially supporting people like we should? We can not allow them to beat us because we're not participating the way we should.
What's Next for the Republican Party?
"I spoke yesterday and I had a lot to say that had little to do with politics. And the reason why I speak less about politics at events like this is because I think there's more to life than just political candidates is more to life than if you like Trump but don't like Trump. I think the young people here need to hear a message of hope, a message of renewal being united. All of the things that I talk about every single day on my radio show, I think that young people are inspired to hear that. Now, the true question that I often ask and people ask me today I was with one of my friends, touring one of his facilities, a tremendous guy, you know, very successful, and one of the questions that was posed during that meeting is that what are we going to do as a Conservative Party as the Republican Party in this election? Is mister president Trump going to be able to get through to the finish line, given all of the things that have gone on, the investigations, the hate and or are we going to have to go with somebody else?
EU Expands to Bosnia and Kosovo
"6 p.m. Thursday, December 15th, 2022. EU expands to Bosnia and Kosovo. Europe is putting its finishing touches on its internal borders with it laying claim to the final gray as it expands its vision to the near neighborhood
Banchero scores 31 as Magic win second straight in Boston
"With Celtics forward Jayson Tatum out, the Orlando Magic we're able to take two straight from Boston with a 95 92 win. Paula Penn Carroll led the magic with 31 points, including 19 in the first half, and went 6 for 7 from beyond the arc. Just put in a tunnel work trying to get that shot where I get my touch from out there, right? And obviously I'm not going to shoot 6 for 7, every game, but just having that confidence to, you know, whether it's a maker miss, you know, shoot the next one. Orlando had 5 players in double figures and held the Celtics under 35% shooting for the game. In defeat, Jalen Brown led the Celtics with 24 points and 14 rebounds. Gray katsuki, Boston.
Japanese company's lander rockets toward moon with UAE rover
"A Japanese lander rockets toward the moon with the United Arab Emirates first rover. Three, two, one, ignition, the thumb. Tokyo company ice base is on its way to becoming one of the first private entities to attempt a moon landing, launching from cape canaveral Space Force station, the lander blast off on a SpaceX rocket, carrying a robot from Japan that's designed to roll around in gray dust. And with a science satellite already around Mars, the UAE wants to explore the moon too. Onboard the mission is a lightweight surface operating rover named Rashid after Dubai's royal family. Ice base designed the mission known as hakuto to use minimal fuel to save money and make space for cargo, so it's taking a slow, low energy path to reach the moon with landing expected in April. By contrast, NASA's Orion crew capsule would test dummies took 5 days to reach the moon last month. I'm Mimi Montgomery
Litecoin Continues To Surge As Hash Rate Records New ATH How About LTC Price
"8 a.m. Monday, December 5th, 2022. Litecoin continues to surge his hash rate records new ATH how about LTC price? Litecoin LTC was among the few bright spots for the crypto market which had to endure the negative effects of the collapse of the FTX exchange platform. In the midst of one of the worst implosions that the space has ever witnessed, LTC momentarily became vulnerable, plummeting all the way down to 49.58. But the cryptocurrency stood its ground, though, while the likes of Bitcoin and Ethereum were sent crashing to various monthly lows and eventually commenced its own rally to close November on a high note. As a result, litecoin exited last month with an index price of 76.52 and registered an impressive jump of 24 within a 30 day period. The altcoin is also performing well during the first days of December. At the time of this writing, according to tracking from Coen gecko, the digital coin is changing hands at 83.11 with an uptick of 10.8 in the last 7 days. Related reading TRO and unfazed by decreasing volumes, tallies 1 billion in USD T inflow litecoin has a healthy blockchain, but holders fail to make profit aside from the sustained surge in trading price, LTC is also witnessing positive developments in other areas. For instance, according to data shared by coin wars, the assets mining hash rate has once again hit another all time high, peaking at 613.81 THS. Within four months the litecoin blockchain has recovered from the decline it experienced back in July, rallying by 64. Image crypto telegram moreover, as of December 3rd, the define network has established its highest difficulty level since going online, recording a block height of 2 million 379,900 to 25. The average difficulty of litecoin blockchain translates to a value of 19.52 million according to miss Ari. Meanwhile, profitability was one gray area for the altcoin, as most of its holders were unable to make profit from their investment during the previous month. As of November 30th, LTC had a 30 day moving average of 149,000 for its network realized profit loss NPL. In addition, during the same time, litecoin had a 28 market value to realized value mvr V ratio. This indicated that despite the crypto experiencing price growth in November, some of its investors still held at a loss. Price decline could happen for LTC within next few days, although LTC managed to block the effects of the crypto market meltdown that was triggered by the FTX implosion. There is a possibility that the acid may experience price correction soon. According to the forecast of online cryptocurrency information provider coin cadets, this could happen within the next 5 days with LTC losing almost 8 of its value to change hands at 76.33. Moreover, 30 days from now, the crypto is expected to recover a bit and trade at 80.75, although this value is also lower than the current one it has. Related reading what's in store for cardano this December will ADA be merry before Christmas LTC total market cap at 5.9 billion on the daily chart featured image insurance of, shark treating view dot com.
GOP's Duarte takes California Central Valley US House seat
"A California Republican has won his congressional race in central California, while a Washington state candidate is calling for a recount. California has a new congressional district carved out in the central valley farm belt. That's where voters gave Republican candidate John duarte, the win over Democrat Adam gray. With duarte's victory, Republicans hold 221 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives, Democrats have 213. They're still one undecided race in Colorado. And now in southwest Washington state, losing Republican candidate Joe Kent is seeking a ballot recount. His campaign says, with a razor thin margin of less than 2700 votes and their claims of some technical glitches, there should be a second tabulation. The Associated Press has called that race for Marie gleeson count Perez, the democratic candidate. Jackie Quinn, Washington.
Ellen Pompeo Leaves 'Grey's Anatomy' After 19 Seasons
"By she, I mean Ellen Pompeo, the actress who's now said goodbye to working on gray's anatomy, who was it 19 seasons playing Meredith grey on the ABC show? So it's 2022, so 19 years ago, we're talking 2002, 2003, actually. Why is he why are you a little bit freaked out? I'm not freaked out by it. I see what Ellen has turned into. She's always like a pretty, pretty girl. Kind of sexy ish and a little elfin way. If you understand, but you know, most of you, some of you know that I go way back with Ellen Pompeo. We used to live in the same building in the west village of Manhattan. Greenwich Village, west village, and it was great building a lot of people there. Amber Valletta Courtney Love Drew Barrymore, which is the end of the guy from American history X Ed Norton, jodeci, the group, oh, great building. Great people in Nam was a lot of fun being in the elevator, being in a lobby and seeing people come and go. Ellen Pompeo lived with a guy in that building who was a photographer. They weren't getting along too well. And, you know, she would come to my room because we knew each other and she'd bring a bottle of wine and nothing went down, nothing no sex, something like that, but she'd bring a bottle of wine, it takes some glasses out and would have some wine and talk and she'd tell me about her situation or problems how she wasn't getting along with that guy and she really wants to act and she's taking acting classes and nothing's happening. Blah, blah, blah. In fact, then I was the guy who was getting work and doing things. So Ellen would like come to my apartment to talk about the industry and stuff because I was going to LA every couple of weeks to do stuff and write my column and eventually I said, you know, when I go to LA, would you mind watching my dogs and watering my plants? I'm only leaving for like three days top. She goes, I would love to. I said, if you're having a problem with the guy, just sleep here, sleep in my bed. Really say, you know, can't you sleep in a bed? So she would sleep in a bad one of my plants walk my dogs, boom. She blew up. She did a movie, was it old school? Which was a nice part, and then forget it. Bang up. Right? To graze anatomy, know, well, maybe not all of you know how much money she makes, but I think almost $20 million a season. Ellen cleaned up, not bad, not bitter, but when you're in this business, there are some people who fly by you and there's like nothing you could say, like it just happens, you know? Like, wow. That really happened to her career. She went, she got that famous that quickly. Yeah, she did. 19 seasons and done. She never has to work another day in her life. Of course she will. But never has to.
"gray" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Would someone mind shooting the man handcuffed to the bench? But I think it's reductive to sort of assume that they're not capable of more than this, which is part of why I find this, which is just to me a lot of fun action. And again, I enjoyed this movie while I was watching it. But I want people to bother to put characters into movies because even in stuff like the fast and the furious, even in stuff like James Bond, that are focused on action and spycraft and things like that. You can create stakes that involve people's humanity. In the Daniel Craig Bond series, the warmest relationship in those movies is between him and Judi Dench. And that's what I was thinking of when we get alfre woodard for just, you know, I think two very effective short scenes, she's wonderful. You did say you were gonna quit. It was her life a few places. I clung to the ones I had. Was? Three months. Optimistic. If you utter anything remotely sympathetic, I will shoot you. That was another thing where I was like, oh yeah, I like taking this piece from this other movie and putting it into my collage over here. I think it is telling that we all like the handcuff bit so much, which is definitely the kind of thing you could have done working on a television budget, right? There's all this valley who about this is the most expensive Netflix movie yet yada yada yada. And we took these russos who were working in community working in television where you have to be very innovative and solve problems and work quickly and then gave them the biggest budgets ever approved for movies to make these four marvel movies. I think I would have liked this movie four times as much if it was made on one fourth of the budget. And they had to be a little scrappier and you know because it sounds like the most expensive pieces of this are the ones that we cared about the least, right? That airplane sequence, terrible. Yeah. To me, it also just comes back to the issue that I've had with so many movies these days, which is that so much of it does look like it's done on a green screen or it looks like it's been edited this way and taken through a sifter and just turned it into this very bland looking animated piece that it shouldn't look like. I mean, we did an episode on Michael Bay's ambulance, which I am not going to say is a good movie by any means. And I also found it kind of grating in some ways. But what I did appreciate about it was it was very heavily reliant mostly on practical effects. When you hold something up like that up next to something like this, you know, there's a final showdown between the Chris Evans character and the Ryan Gosling character. And that showdown is supposed to be done at night and then the sun is rising. It's like the sun rises like 45 minutes during the 30 seconds that they're trading punches with each other, which is in the hedge maze from The Shining, by the way. In a hedge base. But that is a really weird shot. Like it's funny that you guys both mentioned that because when I saw that, I was like, wait, is it morning? What is happening? Yeah, it goes from night to morning very quickly. Is it the North Pole? I honestly wondered if that was supposed to be like a time lapse thing or just like this fight lasted 90 minutes. Yeah. I don't think they really thought about it.
"gray" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"The Netflix movie the gray man stars Ryan Gosling as a prison inmate who strikes a deal to become an assassin for the CIA in exchange for his freedom. When a mission goes awry, he has to contend with a sociopathic ex agent played by a very game Chris Evans. The movie is like a lot of spy thrillers, the CIA is involved. There are shadow governments plus flashy action sequences set in places like Bangkok and Prague. This time though, their filtered through the sensibilities of directors Anthony and Joe Russo. I'm Linda Holmes. And I'm Aisha Harris. And today we're talking about the gray man on pop culture happy hour from NPR. Support for this podcast and the following message come from Zoom used by half a million businesses, a platform for phone, chat, workspaces, events, apps, and video, enabling real-time collaboration for teams around the globe. Zoom, how the world connects. Here with me and Linda today is writer Chris Clement. Welcome back Chris. Linda, Aisha is such a genuine mustache to mustache with you both again. Yes, we will be talking about Chris Evans mustache. I am sure. Oh, heavens. But first, so in the gray man, Ryan Gosling plays 6, a convicted murderer turned assassin for the CIA's Sierra program. While on a mission in Bangkok, he discovers the intended target is actually a fellow CRA agent. Right before dying, the target gives 6 appendant containing damning evidence of corruption against their boss, Danny Carmichael, who's played by Regé-Jean Page. 6 sets out on his own and Carmichael hires Lloyd Hansen is a sadistic ex CIA agent played by Chris Evans to take down 6 and retrieve the pendant. Billy Bob Thornton plays down on fitzroy, a CIA officer and father figure in 6s life. And Julia butters plays Claire, whose Fitz Roy's young niece. The movie also features Ana de Armas as agent Danny Miranda and alfre woodard as 6s one time handler, Margaret Cahill. The Russo brothers directed the film, and they also directed the Captain America in Avengers movies for marvel. The gray man is also reportedly the most expensive Netflix movie ever made. So Linda, I know you wrote a review of the gray man, and so I have a sense of what your thoughts are, but tell us more. How do you feel about the gray man? I had very complicated feelings about the gray man, which is funny because it's not a complicated movie. No. I really felt like I think the russos have become good directors of action. I like the action sequences here. I think they're fun. I also think they have a really nice flair for comedy and the charisma of these two actors, Gosling and Chris Evans really works well in these roles. I would watch these guys sort of have moments in these roles for a long time.
"gray" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Back to honestly, once again, knock on wood, I'm so grateful, you know, to my donor and to these expertise. I know young. Probably younger than me. I know that much. Which is nice. Which is great. Congratulations. Strong and healthy heart. Boom, brand new. But yeah, I'm basically back to doing everything that I used to do. And I mean, I train as hard as I used to train. Do you have any other weird emotional other than the people? I don't know yet. Because it's still so early, but I do feel like in a weird way, I honestly, I do feel that I have a little bit more, like I'm certainly more emotional. Like I kind of was a, I kind of I felt like as a person, I was able to kind of keep my emotions and check a little more. Let's say prior. But now, I feel like a little more emotional. It just in general, and even about talking about my. I get it. Which is normal. And I'm curious in terms of acting. Is it harder or easier, more available? It's the same. Acting is always hard. No, in a weird way, I'll tell you, no, it's easier overall because number one, I never thought I'd be able to do it again and coming back. I'm now, I now, I'm like, just acting, man. You're so grateful. I have a different perspective of life and work than I did prior. You know what I mean? And that's basically what it. Don't take it so seriously, brother. It's going to be okay. I was worried about chest surgery because the heart is a seat of emotion. And I worry that's going to alter that change it or something. And I'm curious about it. I've not found it to be so. It really changes very much. So I don't understand why it doesn't, frankly, because they're messing around with all those nerves. Why doesn't that? Yeah, I know there's so much going on, but as I say, you know, who knows who knows what the future holds with that kind of stuff? Yeah, yeah. So listen, I love it. I'm so glad that you shared the story with us. It's fun for me to exercise this muscle publicly and talk about all these things. As a practitioner, is there more to be said if we said it all? Is there other listen? I think honestly, I think we covered it. I love the conversations like this where the conversation doesn't stop. There's no lulls in the conversation. It's a great dialog back and forth. Find that at the monk of files, go to the Randy disher podcast. I'm assuming you're willing to talk about the same stuff there if you. In fact, we did season one and then after season one, I had to spend obviously time recuperating and just kind of rehabilitating my body and my mind too and then getting back up. So we're gearing up for season two. I'm still working everybody out there if you're listening to this. He's a two is coming. I promise you, I'm just getting myself straight and then we'll be back at you soon enough. But yeah, I mean, that's the thing is I'm so willing to talk about this now. And yeah, I'm very lucky. I came out the right side of it. So I want to share that with people. In the meantime, follow a Twitter at JS JS grade your AY Denver and also on Instagram at Jason gray Stanford. My friend was really a privilege to talk to you. And thank you for coming on. Dr. Drew. I'm so glad you're having me. You've done this. This is like, this is the joy.
"gray" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"But as you know, I've been very obsessed with languages lately. And so it's on my mind constantly, so I hope that you're doing well. And do help us by supporting the people that support the podcast here and check out the Dr. Drew TV site as well where we're doing regular streaming shows. And I might love to have the corolla faithful over at Instagram DR drew pinsky and of course TikTok at Dr. Drew. Today the guest is Jason gray Stanford, the podcast is the Randy disher podcast, of course, the best known for playing lieutenant Randy disher in the Golden Globe winning TV program monk. And of course he voiced the role of raditz raditz. You're going all the way back. So there you go. We'll get into what Jason's all about, but you know him, of course, from monk. And you can follow him on Twitter at jazz GAS or jazz jazz. Gray Stanford. And Instagram at Jason gray. Stanford. Welcome. Thank you very much for having me. Dr. Drew. So talk about the podcast for a minute. Why should people go listen? Oh, well, I tell you what, if you're a monk fan, which there are many of them out there, the monk faithful, the monca holics, as we call them. Mongol files, whatever you want. Whatever you might want to say. What it's really kind of, I started it. When we'll get into it later, but I had some health issues. And I started it during that time. And it was really therapeutic for me. And I realized that, you know, during the pandemic, you know, a show like monk really kind of caught on again, having been off the air for a little bit of interesting. And it was really kind of my love letter, my thank you. Well, I think him over at maisel reinvigorated interest in Tony Shalhoub. You know what I mean? And I met him, could not be a nicer guy, right? Absolutely. He's kind of one of those like when you talk about Hollywood and people, you're like, he's one of the good guys. He could not be more just easy to talk to and welcoming and stuff. And I was always a monk fan, but I think I got more, I don't know, something about misses maisel connected me to him. And I think that's what sending people back to me. And a lot of people did exactly that. You know, obviously I think Tony has numerous Emmys now. He's got a handful for monk a couple for maisel. And it's one of those things, it's like timing is everything, right? And monk had this kind of real resurgence during the pandemic. And obviously with streaming and everything, you know, it kind of is so much easier to reach. Well, and you add to that, the pandemic of anxiety that we're having. And a lot of people's anxiety has an OCD flavor to it. 100%. And so it's perfect character. Yeah, it's absolutely, it's easy to revisit that, that's for sure. And it's actually funny that we're talking about this right now 'cause I can't give away too many details, but the monk fans might be very excited with some news coming up soon. Oh, good for you. So we shall see. That's very exciting. You'll have to stay tuned. He has not told me anything, but I know, I know what that well, I won't say anymore. But given where it is in the evolution of that series, I think I know what he means. So good luck, that'll be great. And I think we can back into your condition through all that because thank God you're here and well. Thank you very much to participate in this thing. What a pleasure to be fantastic, right? Let's stay with Tony Shalhoub and say, how did he respond when you got sick? And we'll talk about what that sounds like. What's very, very funny is this kind of all originally started for me kind of at the end of 2017 that beginning of 2018. That's when you realize that's what I started kind of feeling getting short of. When you went up the stairs. In fact, not so much. It kind of like, for me, it literally felt like fatigue. I just wasn't performing well at the gym. And I was like, and I was working. And you kind of put those two together and you're like, oh, it's a long hours. I'm tired. Whenever somebody complains about fatigue, I worry about this. Yeah. It's in the back of my mind all the time. That's the two dreaded things when people complain about fatigue is cancer and those are the big boys. And it can be coronary disease sometimes, too, to be fair. And I'm assuming yours was more viral or something. Mine was at the end of the, obviously it was idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy, but at the end of the day basically what that means is we're not sure. We don't know. And they virus was kind of the final. As we say, idiopathic is the doctors and idiot and the patient's pathetic. You know what? All my time going through this, that's the first time I've heard that and I love it. I'm stealing stealing it now. But yeah, I mean, basically that's it. And I kind of brushed it off. When you were first diagnosed. When you started getting these symptoms, I mean, I'm very in tune with my body with my health with my diet and in retrospect. I'm like, wow, buddy. You miss this? Oh, it's easy. It's easy. Listen, you're not, I don't know if you had any medical training, but you're not thinking that way when you get fatigued. Yeah, no, it's one thing when you come into a doctor, we have to think about all that stuff. It's the last thing you want to think about when you're the patient. And you know what else also is funny to any kind of inkling of those things, you kind of, you're like, oh no, I don't want to be sick. I don't want to be suspicious of male. You want to push these men do that notoriously. 100% and I am guilty of it. Yeah, me too. And it's crazy because in retrospect, as I say, when I look back on all of it now and I kind of replay those moments, I'm like, holy smokes. The holy smokes is you now know the condition. And you know you can drop dead suddenly from. That's the holy smokes part. Yeah. So it's pretty shocking, but you know, so anyway, so I get so Tony. So basically, I kept it from everybody. I didn't say anything. Did he pick up that you were not well? No, not at all. That's an interesting topic by itself. Being a performer and having a serious illness. I deal with this all the time. The fear is I won't be insurable. There won't hire me. Fire me. Yeah, why would they take a risk on me? It's already so high risk to do a production that's so expensive. Yeah. That all that stuff goes through your head. And it's realistic. That's the horrible part. Absolutely. There were times where I was like, I'm never working again. This is not, I don't know what's happening. And not only was I getting sick and sicker and sicker as trying to time was going on. And obviously, you know, with heart failure, it's a very kind of slippery slope. It's a fickle beast, really..
"gray" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money
"Support for NPR and the following message come from metro, who once writers to know the transit system is ready for their return, with improved air filtration on buses, trains, and in stations, fresh air is circulated from outside every three minutes, and thanks to touchless payment, writers can now use their smartphones wherever smart trip is accepted. Find out more about all the ways metro is doing its part to ensure writers can ride confident at WMA TA dot com slash doing our part. Hanover New Hampshire is a small town of 9000. Yes, and Hanover has been especially hard hit by the so called demographic drought. And so how many open positions are there in Hanover right now? Right now we have, I'm counting them 7 vacant police officer positions, half the department for vacant firefighter positions, two vacancies in our public works department, one pending vacancy in our library. We've probably have more than two dozen vacancies out of a total of a 158 full-time employees. We can't find the body. It's not that we have a small applicant pool. We have no applicants. No applicants. Government jobs have a lot in common with some of the other jobs that people just aren't taking or even applying for it in the economy right now. These jobs often don't pay that well, at least not compared to the private sector. They often also do not allow remote work. And they sometimes require long hours. Julia Griffin says there aren't a whole lot of young people coming out of college and deciding to work for municipal governments. What that means is that this small community is feeling it. Bottom line, they have to make do with less. It could mean that instead of going out to plow when we have an inch or more of snow, we can't go out to plow until we have three inches of snow. But here's the thing. Hanover the city can't just raise wages like a private sector employer could do. There are complicated rules that determine what a government worker makes. So as a kind of solution to tide things over, Hanover is now asking current employees to just add responsibilities onto their current jobs. Like having parks department staffers working at an after school program because they just can't find anyone else. That's part of what has made Julia Griffin so weary over these past two years. She's running a town with fewer employees in those that remain are overworked. We're here to try and provide these services and so when we have to reduce the quality of service we provide because we don't have the person power to do the work and our residents are angry with us as a result. That's hard criticism to take. Hence another component of that sense of burnout that people are feeling in the public sector. These are demographic changes that have been happening for a long time. The U.S. saw a big boom in its population between 1946 and 1964. The baby boomers. There are about 76 million of them. But since then, the fertility rate in the U.S. has been falling. And beginning in the 1970s, birth rates fell below the replacement rate across the developed world. So the replacement rate is basically the number of children, each woman has to have to replace the existing population. That number is 2.1. So I have a one child, Stacy, so I guess I'm gonna need, I don't know, one and then another arm to stave off population decline. You're not pulling your weight, Alana. So anyway, democracy has been talking about the silver tsunami or grey wave. Basically what would happen when populations in developed nations like the U.S. aged. But it didn't really happen. But during the pandemic, that changed. So you're talking about people who are above the age of 65 who are like, I still enjoy working and then after COVID, they're like, I'm not enjoying working anymore. So they all kind of took off the same time. Ron hetrick is a labor economist at MC burning glass. He's been looking at how retirements will affect the economy for a series of papers called the demographic drought. Right now we have about 4.2 million excess people who are saying they're out of the labor force versus where we were back in February of 2020. More than half of those people who are out of the labor force now versus before are over the age of 55. And that has real consequences for the U.S. economy and our gross domestic product. It's basically seen as the measure of economic growth. And unless everyone gets a whole lot more productive with fewer people, we are going to be making less stuff fewer goods and services. I mean, just think about what happens when one person on a team leaves and they are not replaced. Now, blow that up to a national scale. A year ago, I looked at our GDP per worker in the U.S. and then I said, what if we were able to fill all of our job openings and it was like a point or two to GDP that we would have added, had we done that? Okay, but a lot of these are resourceful countries, like there's got to be something that they can do or at least have tried to reverse this decline? Well, Julia Griffin started looking into autonomous snowplows. I guess that does solve one part of the problem, right? I mean, you know, get the damn snow cleared. It turns out they don't exist yet. But automation and technology are definitely going to be a part of what replaces missing workers. People are like, well, what if we have more babies? I'm like, okay, great, but that is not going to help us right now. Unless you know how to put a baby to work immediately. Oh, they're so hard to manage to. I do not want to work with a baby. So another possible solution would be to increase the immigration rate. So net international migration in 2021 was just 247,000. That is about one quarter of what it was in 2016, so that is one place that a workforce could come from potentially. But without big changes like that, Ron says the demographic drought is going to affect how we live. You might be, I don't know, mowing your yard and making more food at home, or taking care of your aging parents, because that is what it looks like. You know, when you can't get people to fill those jobs, then you have to do that work. Right. And that could really affect how we live. But Stacey Ron says there is something that people like you and I can do to help. Be nicer to overloaded workers, especially people in the public sector. Stop yelling at people because it's not their fault. Being nicer might actually help lure people like Julia Griffin out of retirement. If we become a more civil society again, it may help to bring people back to the public sector. Yes, being nice seems like a very simple fix to a huge economic problem, but also, you know, in the case of Julia, I like her retirement plan sounded very dreamy. I do want her to at least feel like she has the option to retire if she wants to. You know, like a lot of older workers, she doesn't want to just quit entirely. She just wants a little bit more flexibility. I'd love to be doing something part time. So they have the ability to say, I'll see you in a month. I'm heading to Copenhagen and Stockholm for two weeks, and I'll be back. Let's go to Copenhagen with Julia Alana. First round of is on me. I'll meet you there. This episode of the indicator was produced by jamila huxtable with help from James willetts and Josh Newell. This fact checked by Corey bridges, via layers our senior producer, Kate and canon edits the show and the indicators of production of NPR. Brush up on the latest in foreign policy, while you brush your teeth. Get three essential news stories and all you need to know from up first, one of NPR's daily podcasts. More voices, all ears, NPR podcasts..
"gray" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"I love is worksite. New iberia so. I love his work. I grew up in My dad was in the army moved around a lot but my my grandparents lived in a little town. Just north of lake charles called rose pine louisiana and so i'm very familiar with lafayette new iberia. You know that are south louisiana and I remember picking up the first novel. Which james lee burke about his his detective. And i'm like oh my goodness this is set in you know louisiana. It was a really really good. Yeah i i know that nells is a big fan as well. Oh i did not know that. Yeah 'cause i'm rachel. Had on the other way. We have the following nelson amy. Guess absolutely not to the extent that she does now she You know she just tweeted By the way she's going to join me and talk about her going to broadway but you know she. She was laughing right just recently. A tweet like okay now. Are you bigger. Bruce fan or a neil stan and explain to this. She's like no. There's no competition. It's i love the boat that is great Are there other writers. You enjoy. i'm just curious. I you know. I take it. You like mystery novels. I do that. Mr nobles and i would say that Michael conway is the great mystery. Writes that. I enjoy reading. Okay i also love reading a political graffiti and the texas the full volume Linda budge lyndon johnson by robot. Carol is probably the best thing i've ever read. Wow that's great yeah Lbj is a fascinating character We were A couple years ago linden. I drove down to austin and did the lbj presidential museum and was amazed at how much he accomplished such a short amount of time. You know it doesn't come across in the box a nice person. No he's not but he did. Thanks get a did and and in really Idi a very complex character Your yeah and but when you think of all that he did Was just really very impressive. Very impressive Man so yeah. Very nice Ever read any of lawrence block. Who was sorting lawrence block. I i know the name account read any of this. So there is a series of books he wrote of. They're all good. a matthew. Scudder is about a Ah kind of private detective. That through the through the series he ends up determining he's an alcoholic and the latest books are deal a lot with recovery and then There is a series of books called keller Hitman hit and run which the main character is a a hitman. Someone who kills people for a living. And you're you're surprised. At least i was of how you end up liking this character. Even though he kills people for a living. I it just. It's very so i love. I love his books. And i i agree with you i we could talk james lee burke all night yet. Let's just he's just he's just an amazing writer. Yeah i also have in terms of trying. David simon work. Yes guy that did the why. But you also did a couple of great books. That preceded the y..
"gray" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Racing industry is absolutely the number one songs. I heard it till i was nearly fifty as well. Yeah because i haven't heard about this thing ten years ago when i was in my late baltics. I heard racing in the street while have a new york city saturday before. It was just enlightening. The i'd missed out on all this brilliant stuff. I'd actually been a little bit disparaging about rousson early. Two thousand six on you guys that were right and so i said no. It's not for me but lee conver- complete combo. Hello this is jesse jackson and welcome to set Bruce your podcast. All about bruce springsteen has music and mostly as fans and. I am so excited that i have a friend from across the pond another time. You wind me episode. It's my morning his afternoon. Nigel gray is joining us today. Nigel welcome to the show. Thank you so much justice. Great to be. Well yes so. Tell us a little about yourself okay. I'm i'm a late fifties guy. I'm just retired three years ago from the finance industry. It and change my married. It's my lovely wife elaine. And a life is basically golf and tennis. And listening to bruce and other music and watching. Tv and looking after her nine year old parents and who live about ten miles away from us..
"gray" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life
"If you will change your mind concerning anything and absolutely keep it changed. That thing must unreal. Change to 'em at fox you are the creates our of your world everything you think feel. An express is literally moving into the universe and creating the path before you thought is like a ripple when you draw a pebble into the water it moves away from your creating movements and changes in the field surrounding year. Your thoughts are creating waves in your life just as a ripple moves on the tight and comes back in a wave so your thoughts come back to you for that reason. He wants to just thoughts. That are working for you. Not against her. We know that our thoughts thought expressions over feelings and we know that when we think about something we love. We feel good on the insight. We also know what it's like to be plagued by something in our past. If we continue to think about it we can be led into a state of deep despair. Raising your vibes includes replacing the old thoughts you have about yourself and your life with better ones. I'm doing you change your thoughts. You change your world. I i heard about changing your thoughts through louise hay. She was one of the first spiritual authors. I read. I'm die instantly. Fell in love with her in her life changing work. Louise helps us realize that we are literally writing our own story. We can choose to think loving by our life are we can choose to be stuck in fear era choice but we know that one is going to be better than the other.
"gray" Discussed on Homophilia
"Well matt this is. I mean. it's not often. We do a topical episode of the season. Britney here it is it is it is. It's the season of britney from coast to coast all around the world. Really it's the summer of brittany So much is happening The the people the women who who basically created the free brittany movement our friends of ours test barker and babs gray former guest apps. Great former guest babs gray is about to become future guests. Bats gray. she's here to talk about what's going on and about their new podcast toxic which is all about The brittany spears story in the conservative ship. And all that which has got to be bananas because the situation is changing minute to minute and once again Renowned britney spears expert. Dave holmes will be Making an appearance in their hardcastle yet another reason to check toxic. We'll be yes making do make an appearance in episode two setting the stage getting a lot of interview requests. Now that the britney thing is heating. Up and i'm saying no to almost all of them that it does but there does become a point i- babs and tests should absolutely do all the interviews. They've done so much work around it. They know so much about what's going on. I don't i just. I have you know. Mtv from twenty years ago to talk about. And i don't want to be capitalizing on somebody else's misfortune. So i'm probably going to be continuing to say. Now because it just seems it gets ghoulish after awhile. Don't you think i you could never be ghoulish tribe Actually would like for you to try now. That i think about it. That is sort of fun. To imagine you taking a sudden dark turn into ghoulish nece but No i mean. I i i think that like as bob says in this interview that they they really were the right people for the sort of the right place right time and they were the right people for this particular role where they have become real mouthpieces of this gigantic movement. I could not agree more. And i'm so glad that it's them who are at the center of it as you said they are the perfect people. They're funny they love her. They understand her. It's it's crazy to watch. But i'm glad it's the and they're responsible people who can handle the attention which is good yes What are you watching what. What's your must this week matt. Makovsky we've got to do a weekly mazda. Friend drew tap on demanding. It and will do anything for him. i i had. I mean this is old news this week is the white lotus continues. Its sunday night joy. Yeah truly purpose is just so so The mounting doom is really me I okay Last thursday die tape at the box last thursday. The box okay. So i cannot say that i am friends with john mayer. I'm not but like we knew each other ages ago Before his first album came out we were like i had gotten an advance and i loved it and send an email and we were like sort of pen pals for awhile bump into each other every few years whatever but he sent and probably more because i write for magazine then because he likes me as a person but he sent to several people kind of a weird assortment people this box. That was a Like a perfect replica of an eighty s sony speaker component. Box like what you'd get a cd player in basically and And but like but the serial number was saab rock Just all of the all of the typeface. The graphic design was exactly perfect. It contained Sweatshirt and a candle a dip tc candle and and a turntable like a personal turntable. Which is on the side of my desk here and the vinyl of saab rock. And i'm not just saying this because i got the box and i'm not just saying this to brag that i got the box but i really like the new john. Mayer album sabra. A lot and there is Another way in which we treat men drift differently than we do women in this pop culture world. There are so many allusions to relationships that i feel like there is a specific person that a lot of the songs written about. And where it taylor swift there would be you know mountains speculation but this is kind of coming and going do i mean do you think it is your ally your your dear jennifer aniston. I think about that all the time. Because i have also been enjoying sabra quite a bit and i listen to it when i walk. Lincoln and there are moments where i do feel flashes of jan okay but i always done yield at that i well i i guess what's the The new light to light song does feel i mean. It's you know you that that is a song which he is asking An ex to give him another shot. And i know they're still friendly and who who wouldn't want another shot with jan but i i would like to think that more of these songs are about jessica simpson especially given that. He did not treat her. so well. katy perry not in contention. I did not even know they were together. They were together. Yeah were. I don't think she's advocating any katy perry vibes. Okay not picking up on that key track from the album. That's the one for me. The the New light yeah. Yeah that is great. How about you. I think i like wild lou Oh yeah unexpectedly that one a lot. i do you know. It's it's not john mayer. He doesn't like get too clever for his own. Good at least once why you know love me really could have been just. Why don't you love me. it's the same number of rankled my nose all title. But i did that. But that wild blue i did that. I did have a flash of jenn there because of the the iconic belies. Oh there you go okay all right well we will certainly have to continue analyzing will start our own investigative podcast about it soon enough But in the meantime let us make way for the great babs grey to talk about developments in the world of brittany men and women been talking about their bodies for years. That's true you know what my question is. Why don't men talk about our bodies. The same the harry shoulders. The narrow cavs like i have the biceps they secretly low. We'll guess what matt there's a new show that i want you to check out. It's called man adamy where men talk openly. Frankly and hilariously about their own bodies each week comedian danny wallace. He wrote the book. Yes man where he said. Yes to everything for year He also said yes. To turning it into a movie john jim carey not the great john kerry presidential nominee. Not jim carey was either way not great also magazine. Seeing john kerry version. Sorry no definitely worth worth marinating. 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"gray" Discussed on Underrated
"They like somebody even. Says omar raza. Google shut the fuck up. Its raisch and i was okay yet. Well cool he's fucking incredible as being great. Well bruce. have you thought about economics and how we could use that to destroy city. And now i'm going to fight you on a train them just like i'm here for this. Let's go. let's do this all day long. I've been winery lodged. The trilogy can love him and begins. I can't we killing the like one of our patron short. Join our patriots police. Podcast is just us like alec watching and discussing the trilogy. Don't we do that. That's good i i will degrade them and begins all day. I know yet wrong raises all right. I love talking to you by could justify that. It's an underrated about three. We can talk about it on here. Let's let fuck it. We define her own defines definitions. Yeah batman of do it out here. I'll do it. Even though i do prefer other batman like movies and stuff but ben megan's his hands on one of the coolest like an underrated like come victims of ever seen. We're going to be like. We're going to talk half the batman movies. We're gonna fucking talk about his chest moment. I think we could ever batman return. I see superman. Let me fuck an insert. Battling this bitch. No by ideal vacation batman begins. No i really. I really do think it is underrated movie. Honestly because everybody likes like as and like the dark knight is a great film but that begins really gets overshadowed. It's kind of like almost ignored because people love to hate on the dark knight rises. Which i think is little awarded. I get it. I like it. I like it But people people think that like the dark knight is like literally the greatest film of all time and then nobody here batman begins like nobody talks about that movie on. Her i put on the list would understand is like i. Think it's the hype. I think because like what happened was better than begins just started off really well lisa christian bill. Everybody's like okay. What's hilarious enough. Is that people fucking hated. Christian bills batman inbound begins which i thought was so strange. Because all this hype came for the dark knight. And then we'll the dark knight came out fucking exploded And then at all of a sudden nerves came out and he got shed on. And i actually like his voice to bam begins a lot better. I'll just say that because he's kind of like drying it out and he doesn't do it when he's just by himself like it's usc feels more real. You know we could go into it. Yeah like i. Don't i really. I don't wanna get to say we'll save it. Let's give us like the gray and we're just gonna cut to black right as the podcast is going to be over. We'll have a post credits right now. That we and maybe not as the audio podcast exactly like video muscle. If you want to see that it if you wanna see the gray at it go over to Watcher you if you're listening right now on our app on her podcasting apps Go to youtube. Dot com Under company.
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"That but oh what episode. I can't hope the listeners pinson and they liked the in joke they call back the callback. Call this canon to the the cinematic This this this and the fact that we're going to cover next week. Batman v superman donald justice. That's our other rabindra movie every single crime. Then we had all actually a question. I actually were both i. I'm down with both seriously nissen down with like actually mesa me. It's and makes them more versatile. No i would. I really like a a you know like a Return just one his. I still love leave. Neeson's like more serious stuff and you know just. But he's having the time of life so i shouldn't on. He's the one who liked kick started this. Like every guy over every male actor over fifty in an action movie now la like either. I wanna i wanna see. I'm excited. I've heard good things like that. But yeah like. Every he'll do movies like unknown. That are just like fun like this forgettable but the action movies but yeah. I wanna see both like alan like but he doesn't do a lot of these anymore. I get like you know where it's just kind of these philosophical movies. And he has her. He said he was going to retire. He hasn't retired though. Just like keep keep making you know like just make both you know like do do do do one for one for me. One for you like you know you do another taken. The movie which is essentially this. My dad watched. It is a dad movie. He has no. He's he's he's on full full throttle with these movies. Think oh yeah. Let let me ask the question that so we're seriously newsom. What is favorite action leeson and this goes for the listeners as well Feet taken one like taking as a reason rat launched his genre like of old dunes being like. That's why everybody imitates that movie. Like i mean it's chicken one is imperfect but like it's kind of like the quintessential version of that film and that's why it became such a hit and made so many imitators in bad sequels. Yeah yeah i think taking one kind kinda like was that kind of renaissance movie For him especially you know because up until that point we had schindler making his list. So.
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"You know because they they refused to give up in separate frank grillo i guess but he has kind of an opposite journey where he's kind of like in denial the homebuilding he kinda gets worn down. He's the only other character with a real arc. Restarts off of this big. Just like braggadocious guy he accepts reality is like you know what i have got this broken leg like. I can't do this anymore. I'm just gonna kinda like sit here and like enjoy. It's interesting to see his art in parallel with you know the of liam nielsen. And then you find out. The they both had like the elder last interaction is finding out. They both are named john. They have that moment. And like that. So i do think that they. They're like all their trials together has kind of given inspiration to like find the will to live within himself so i don't think he's like and you know he is kind of like you know carrying on their memories with the waltz and everything and i it's it's it's a question avila to both of them being named john and then finding out very late in the game of they're both named john john again begs the question. That can either be purely coincidence if you wanna see it. In the nihilistic way or a lot of people named john so there really isn't any coincidence. Or serendipity yeah no that's that's that's yeah that's on yet but i do get the now thinking about it yeah the opposite parallels of Of the two of them of essentially of frank frank grillo Character know being from the beginning the essence of wanting to live like he to a point where yeah it was like a somewhat naively also like aggression and stuff like that and getting to the point where accepting death and and then you know. Leave neeson's character coming from the opposite way of accepting death into finding to live kind of thing. So yeah that's that's that's an interesting. Yeah peril opposite way parallel..
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"Nature like every animal in this planet always fights to survive because that's in their coating that's in their biology to be like. I still need to fight to survive because i mean i'm not saying this is the purpose of life but like psychology and biology. And all this stuff that we've learned is that at the end of the day when when animals endanger the other fight or flight you know they fly the fuck off to survive so my interpretation at the movie was i like maybe it was a theistic or maybe it was. He had faith or just going by basic earthling biology. Because we're all all the animals on this planet. We all kind of the same way at one point in time we want to survive and we wanna fight to survive. And he's like i'm just gonna do it's in my nature is to fight and survive against you. Know animal says animal it's human versus a wolf the end of the day. We're all animals. Just someone has one of us has a better brain than the other pretty much. Yeah and with that whole thing. I really really liked because he is ready to like. Give it up at the beginning of the movie stars with him writing the suicide known putting a gun his mouth. That doesn't really complicate until the end like when it's just him in the one other guy like african gorillas died they're kinda like confronting him about you know how he was going to commit suicide and then you know. He isn't a situation where he has to like. Find a will to live. And what really sets this movie apart from pretty much every other survival movie is that he really doesn't have anything to live for. He's ready to die. He wants to kill himself the beginning. But then i'm wolf. How just for whatever reason is like okay not now and then you know the wolves are are then it in are trying to kill and end his life but you know and you see it with all the other characters..
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"Or he's like you know he. He snipes the wolf in his writing the letter to his wife. And he's like saying you know. What am i take my life or whatever and like it's just kind of have this thing of legua would support and then you find out that she died of cancer in the niger. Even he's even more like the fucking cares kind of thing. And i think it might be the opposite of a won't i'm just going off of the fact that the liam neeson's very devout catholic so i highly doubt the gets more about like. Yeah that that finding of face because like you'd dared said at the end where it's kind of like You know he finds the the fight to to live on very especially live on for his loved ones and stuff like that. Where at the beginning You know and he says it in his speech at the after the last guy before him you know dies in drowns in the water of like just like plea lay saying to god like you know like essentially like i've hated you and and all that and you've you've taken away everything from me but please you know please like just let something happen you know in in this instance and he's like pleading with god so i think yeah you're saying maybe like the it it's a flow of like a a atheist kind like veer view but kind like finding that faith in that finding that will will to live by the end of it and fight to live. It's really interesting that you guys say that before you. I just wanted to say it's really interesting. You say that. Because i was thinking about that scene a lot where he's just like yelling to god. You know i'll believe you for in like if you just keeps cutting that shot of you just see like the trees and like mostly in open sky and then just nothing. I was thinking about that scene. How that scene really. It's like the can be interpreted either way. It can be interpreted as a very like. There's nothing there. There's no there's no god there's no one coming to help you or it can be interpreted like this is like you have to like you have to find the faith in yourself through guy and like so really can be interpreted as a very theistic thing or is like like a very you know chris you know god you know the universe or whatever like telling you know like this is you you have to find the strength within yourself and do it yourself. I'm not gonna help you do or could have just been nothing. And i really liked that new guys kind of took the opposite views on that. Because i didn't really hard one way or the other. I thought it was an interesting just like open question. And i really like you guys had the opposite views of that and i think that yeah i just brought up gangly before i was gonna even mentioned the fact that yeah like like i highly delta liam neeson would would kinda choose that kind of direction or but you know what like like it says like it's a very ambiguous like the whole movies and embiid. You is kind of thing. But it's a very ambiguous interpretation and i've heard gal like Liam neeson kind of chooses roles and stuff like that of like you know. He has his own interpretation. He drives it that way. So it's probably like where he's probably taking it from. But i mean like you know with all types of entertainment are it could be. It's it's the individuals um role to interpret it. The way that they you know tend to do in your earlier. I agree so much with that. Because i remember at the time.
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"But and so it's key killed this wolf to. That's you know hypothetical and like what the movie the movie this is kind of like you know what. Hey maybe he did do that. Like we're gonna throw the shot in. It's gonna make you think that going to give you a definitive thing. Because that's kind of not the point. The point is kind of leeson is like now fighting for his life and he cares about his life when he was ready to kill himself at the beginning of the movie so it doesn't really matter like it's like the end of inception doesn't matter if he actually got back to his family. What matters is he. He like you know has he doesn't care anymore he's back so like i. That's the way i took it. So what you're saying is even the post credits ended on in a in a gray area. Yes exactly that's there you go. They did it they inception inception with that like that's sounds more. Ambiguous than than inception does but anyways. So did i digress since the whole post credits thing and all. That stuff is upsetting. At the time. When i thought when i'd seen it was like okay. I kind of walked out of the. I remember being very vividly talking night. My buddy about it and we're both going home and we're really hoping to see like just leave me showed of wolves but at the same time like the more and more i thought about it i was kinda hills pretty good like if you come of take away. All the bullshit can add trailers and all the marketing and stuff like that if it was just marketed as more of a film kind of thriller elephant. Okay with it. Because around the same time i remember slick around twenty ten to twenty thirteen. There was a couple of these like survival movies. Kinda low budget kinda films where they only had like one or two actors like a movie called frozen not not the disney one. I know twice. Got the airlift on the lift which is a pretty solid film itself as well and then there was that one with ryan reynolds where he's a very good thank you. I never saw so so. I don't know but i remember i really liked frozen and and the kind of made me think a little bit more you again. What i'm kind of digging like low budget kinda more like big. You is kind of mortally survival type of thing because there's a lot of like like what would you do kind of thinly like if you were in that situation. Would you train. Do you know like obviously they are going into the the lines. The wolfson and all these things to happen. And it's like you're you're kind of stuck there. Like what else can you do in. I remember people make me and my buddy at the time. We're talking that it was very very a theistic move which i was like what i kind of agree because there was a lot of the like especially with his like contemplation of suicide in the beginning of the movie..
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"But we're really excited for. We're really excited to watch it. Because it looked like it was going to be taken but with wolves as is the case. It was advertised in that way. And i remember when i went see it i was kind of like into it like okay like the themes like the the philosophy behind all this stuff i love i think liam neeson's character is my favorite. I love the his story. I love the flashbacks revolved around him at him and his wife. I was very upset by the by the ending. Because i mean at the time again it was. It was hyping up this big showdown of like liam niessen like i kind of imagine liam neeson being this like old man logan irish old man logan versus a bunch of wolves with like bottles on this and i was like. That's what i want to book and see like that. Just sounds so bad at it. This movie slow-burn to that big battle credits and then let me tell you women even more upset about it. there's a fucking post credits I was gonna. I need plus credit. Do there wasn't what all of us back in the year. Twenty four drove the off year of of what was twelve years ago. I was like okay. You know who's doing post credits right now. Marvel and that's it out doing they're like okay. We just saw men. And i think vendors that just come out at the time so we're not yet twenty tools and you did before oh campaign so at the time you're like okay. No one else is doing this and especially with that type of film. You don't think there's going to be a post credits elliott. Because i worked at the theater. So i saw like. I knew there was a post credits i was like. What the fuck is this. You know it's a great. I never saw the. Did you not see it now. I've never saw tell you what is more open ended right it is. It is open-ended So it's you see like a wolf just kind of like the side of a wolf just kind of breathing and like and like so. It's like so that you can take that a couple of ways you can take that as like this wolf has killed liam neeson now. It's chilling or you could take it as like this. Wolf is dying because that shot mirrors the shot from the beginning of the movie where liam niece and kills the wolf any puts his hand on it and you see like breathing and slowly stopping so it could be a so like what i think is that it's a spec- specifically mirroring that shot because it's referencing the fact that these killed.
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"I had very much a pretty solid cast. It was sad to see james badge. Dale go so early. Well he's idea never never lived through. We'll be ever in the history of movies so well. That's the thing is that he lived through the first thing that i watched him in in the pacific and i love his fucking character. That's not a movie. That's a show. That's a mini series doesn't count he's gonna get shot in the face or have like you know just show his amc show rubicon to. I'm going deep in this. I just like there's there's certain actors where i've really want them to make it and like they just kinda like get they show up in these like smaller things Yeah i mean i is. It's usually it's very sad like it was a very sad story and it's not a feel good movie it's on feel-good movie at all the line. Genie is out. Yeah the only gripe. I have is that i didn't really care too much for liam neeson's character like his his backstory like i feel light in with the flashbacks and stuff. I feel like for hit. His character was too many flashbacks I feel like the first one at the beginning would cer- feis because the other ones didn't really add too much in my opinion like stuff about debt and then you find out why the dad thing no with his wife essentially i think his wife is is just broke up with them but then you find out she's dead and she is dead. They didn't get that name is making in the final flashback with her. You see her in hospital bed Yeah and that's the kind of twist. Is you think she just left him but actually she died and that's kind of why he's like was about to commit suicide at the beginning. Moving o k so it kind of more context like it's one of those things where like rewatch like shit. This is different now..