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Washington DC vaccine website issues frustrate residents

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 1 d ago

Washington DC vaccine website issues frustrate residents

"Overloaded the D. C. Health covert vaccine appointment system for a second day in a row, the city says this morning. It's working with Microsoft to address these technical issues. But one council member who used to be the mayor want s'more of an explanation than that. Council member Vince Gray wants answers after a second day of technical issues on the D C health vaccination. Ointment portal. He's calling for a hearing with Mayor Bouncers Administration on March 4th tweeting quote. We must have a more orderly appointment process that doesn't add needless anxiety and frustration. We have more than 36,000 people visiting our appointment portal at the same time, Chief technology officer for the city, Lyndsey Parker says it's working with Microsoft to improve the system. Dozens on social media report time out errors and an inability to get past the step of entering the randomized capture code. Mayor Bowser reminded residents in a statement that more appointments will become available, but it's unclear if the site issues will be fixed. Megan Cloherty. W T. O

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Unemployment claims remains stuck at high level

Frank Beckmann

00:44 sec | 3 d ago

Unemployment claims remains stuck at high level

"Is out is and out Fox and is Fox Jenny Casella is Jenny Casella takes a look takes at the numbers. a look at the numbers. The number of people The number filing of people for filing unemployment for unemployment benefits benefits last week last declined week declined from the week before from the week before 2 730,000. 2 730,000. It's not It's as many not claims as many is. claims Economists is. Economists were expecting were expecting the aftermath the aftermath of recent of winter recent storms winter storms created created power outages. power outages. Another disruptions, Another disruptions, though that can though make that can it difficult make it difficult for people for to file people to file It also creates It also temporary creates temporary unemployment. unemployment. For some workers. For some workers. New unemployment New unemployment claims have claims been holding have been at high holding levels, at high levels, though Andy though Challenger Andy Challenger of outplacement of outplacement firm Challenger, firm Challenger, Gray and Christmas Gray and Christmas is predicting is predicting fast job fast growth job as growth hospitality, as hospitality, entertainment entertainment and travel and get travel going get again. going again. Jenny Cho Jenny Selda Cho Selda Fox knew about 150 employees that

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Unemployment claims remains stuck at high level

Frank Beckmann

00:41 sec | 3 d ago

Unemployment claims remains stuck at high level

"Is out and Fox is Jenny Casella takes a look at the numbers. The number of people filing for unemployment benefits last week declined from the week before 2 730,000. It's not as many claims is. Economists were expecting the aftermath of recent winter storms created power outages. Another disruptions, though that can make it difficult for people to file It also creates temporary unemployment. For some workers. New unemployment claims have been holding at high levels, though Andy Challenger of outplacement firm Challenger, Gray and Christmas is predicting fast job growth as hospitality, entertainment and travel get going again. Jenny Cho Selda

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WandaVision Episode 7 Breakdown

Geek Girls Universe Podcast

03:57 min | 5 d ago

WandaVision Episode 7 Breakdown

"All right. I was excited about this because as we were texting i was literally going. I knew it. I knew it throughout the whole episode so very satisfying for me and you also knew it. And i can't wait for you to brag on that moment in just a minute but first this week the sitcom style was modern family meets the office and as a fan of both of those shows. I loved it. Wanda was very wanda's parts were were modern family and visions parts. Were the office. So it was like a weird. It seems like it would be weird. But i liked it. It worked for me. So we start with wanda dealing with the aftermath of the halloween episode her expanding the hacks her trying to say vision her dealing with a fake brother and her kids are like really worried about her. They come upstairs trying to figure out what's going on their game. Is glitch ing which shows that things are not completely under control anymore. They're game went from like a week controller to a believe. It was like a dreamcast controller. Who atari and then to just you know playing cards. The kids are like what is happening. Billy tells one that his head hurts. Now that's this is an important moment. Not only because every mutant on the planet. I'm pretty sure that has telepathic. Abilities has at one point in their origin stories. Said it's so noisy in here because they can hear everybody's thoughts until they learn to filter and really kind of controller powers. Jean grey charles exhibitor. They've all dealt with that Yes ashley stay out of my head. No because you won't stay out of mine so anyways that's important to hold onto because it's gonna come into play later. Now they do a whole office montage for the opening credits. And there's a quick shot of a it. Looks like one of those ransom notes where they've cut out a letter from a magazine or newspaper. It says i know what you were doing. Wanda who is that. We don't know. There's also a cute little amish to stanley in the license plate that says wanda and i just kinda hope like i know. We're obviously not getting any more cameras from him. But i would love to see something of his or something that reminds us of him to show up in each of these shows and movies going forward mice personal like i dunno to sense outside. Sword has mustard together and they are preparing for a massive attack on westview. Because once again told you so hayward's bad guy like a really bad guy. He's not even trying to be a good guy right at the recently. Not second he might have announced good enough so told you so. Vision wakes up and he's surrounded by the sword circuit and darcy is inside the circus as the escape artists. So when we last are choose being sucked into the heck's and she was wearing hand she was handcuffed to like the sword vehicle. Well now. She's escape artists but she can easily get out of it. She does not remember. Who vision is. She thinks he's trying to hit on her. She's like hard past dude. I'm like not into you like this is not going to be a thing. Envisions like dude. Don't you remember. We locked eyes. We had a moment you understood me. She's like no and just blocks away from him The boys are wondering where their dad is and wanda says. She can't force him to do anything. So it's again i think. She is finally accepted the fact visions outside of her control

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Welcome to Shondaland

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

05:19 min | 5 d ago

Welcome to Shondaland

"Tonight. We're talking about shonda rhimes. Who is like she's a total boss. Queen television absolutely all right so first. We'll talk a little bit about shonda. So shonda rhimes was born in chicago. Illinois in january nineteen seventy. She was the youngest of six children. Her mother vero was a college professor and her father. Eilly was a university administrator. And she'd said that she exhibited an early affinity for storytelling early on in her life. She attended marin catholic high school and served as a hospital volunteer which inspired an interest in hospital environments. She majored in english. And film studies at dartmouth college and she graduated in nineteen ninety-one at dartmouth the black underground theatre association. She divided her time between directing and performing in student productions and also writing fiction and after college. She moved to san francisco and worked in advertising but she moved to los angeles a little bit after that to stubby screening at the university of southern california. She was ranked top of her class at usc. And she earned the gary rosenberg writing fellowship. She obtained a master of fine arts degree from the. Us's school of cinematic arts. And while at usc rimes was hired as an intern by debra martin chase who was prominent black producer she also worked at denzel washington's company monday entertainment so after she graduated rimes was actually an unemployed script writer in hollywood and to make ends meet. She worked various jobs including as an office administrator. And then a counselor at a job center during this period rhymes worked as a research director documentary. Hank aaron chasing the dream which won the nineteen ninety-five peabody award. One thousand nine hundred. Eighty eight rhymes made a short film called blossoms. Unveils which starred. Jada pinkett smith and jeffrey rate. This is actually only credit as a film director. So that's nineteen ninety eight short film blossoms unveils new line cinema purchased a feature. Script of hers It ended up not being produced at that time but she received an assignment shortly thereafter to co write the hbo movie introducing dorothy dandridge in nineteen ninety nine which earned numerous awards further star. Halle berry. get out. I didn't realize that she colorado so interesting. Oh wait till you hear the the plethora of things that she's worked on. Oh no after grad school rhymes sold her first screenplay called human seeking same about an older black woman looking for love in the personal ads. And that film wasn't produced. But you have heard of her next project in two thousand and one rhymes wrote the debut film of pop singer. Britney spears the starring zoe saldana and taryn. Manning crossroads everybody. I didn't know that she wrote that. Get out up saying. I feel like it's been really it was really panned by the next but maybe for them. Okay no sometimes. It's it's sometimes you just want a nice story about friendship road trimming going on a road trip and having a nice time and may be hitting up a karaoke joint. Heck yeah and singing. I love rock and roll. That's all i'm saying is that maybe it's for them. I think lauren has actually seen crossroads. I have felt you know. She wrote that and then the next thing that she worked on in two thousand four was the sequel to the princess. Diaries called the princess diaries. Two royal engagement. Get out. yeah. I didn't realize that she was so like a dummy. I just assumed like shonda rhimes right out. The gate was grey's anatomy but apparently she was introduced are obsolete reduce. So she's working on all these film things in two thousand three. She actually wrote her first tv pilot. Abc it was about young female war correspondents but the network. Turn it down. You know what they didn't turn down ask project. So here's where sean hillen comes in sean. Billion is the name of rhymes production company shine million and its logo also referred to the shows that she has produced an also to rimes herself. So when we say shaun d land. It's like interchangeably sean. And her production company. Yeah and like the. Because i do remember like i think it was. Abc or nbc. I forgot what what channel she's on but it was. They were like girl a sorry But it was like thursday nights. Is sean the land. Because it was like it was like back to back to back to back shadowland shows. We'll talk about that. You have a basically they. They tried to rebrand thursdays. Like tgi. T thank goodness thursday because that its native shot in the land. I mean people are gonna watch no matter what they didn't need to need hype it up so The name shawn lane was stylized as capital s shonda capital l. Land one word from two thousand five to two thousand sixteen but since two thousand sixteen is all stylize lower case everything is lower case. It's always very recognizable font so you might often see in print as actually all lower case letters.

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James West on invention and inclusion in science

Short Wave

09:04 min | 5 d ago

James West on invention and inclusion in science

"James west was born in nineteen thirty one and grew up in prince edward county virginia in before we dove into his research and work as a mentor. I wanted to know more about little kid. Jim and his relationship to science the desire to know how things work and why they were was my biggest motivator and i Completely forgot about this on purpose. But i took my grandfather's pocket watch support hundred and five pieces zenit. But i couldn't get it back together which resulted in rather severe punishment but it didn't tear my desire to know and understand how things work and so i was told that i could only take things apart that weren't working and that was the wrong thing. Say to me. Because if i could break it i did so i could get it. Why caesar now you're you're breaking stuff you're like look it doesn't work so right. Okay i mean were you. Were your parents. Supportive of your interest in in engineering and science absolutely not i was going to be the doctrine brother the data stove. I swear versa. They didn't care which would went. Only that it went in one of those two directions and When i told my father that i was changing my major from biology to physics He introduced me to two black men who have. Phd's and chemistry that were working in the post office score poem order on the railroad because the best job they could get was teaching at high school. And that didn't pay enough to support their families and he thought that i was well on the way to becoming one of them because You could be a preach at teacher lawyer doctor. But that was about it and terms of professions or black people and prince edward county virginia but in the face of all that jim stuck with it he graduated from temple university with a degree in physics and then went on to work at bell. Labs for more than forty years and his big invention with gearhart. The foil electric microphone didn't come from trying to solve one specific problem. I didn't. I don't think sat down and looks invent a better microphone. That was not the motivation at all. The motivation was why does nature behave in the way that it does. And and if i can understand that then how can i apply my knowledge to improving or to make things work better or lasts longer in this case. Oh to increase lifetime right okay. So so mu- because my understanding of this gym and you can. You can grade me. And i'm i'm worried about my grade but so basically this is really basic but microphone convert sound into an electrical signal right and it needs power to do that and you. Youtube found a material that you could basically be kind of permanently so you know basically permanently charge so instead of like necessarily needing an extra battery in there you know. You've you've got it without that. And that material that you found was essentially teflon foil urinate less. Okay okay. well now. That i've got my a plus in science. Let's let's talk. Let's talk more about bringing people new stem the thing. It's the thing that you're passionate about thinking that i'm passionate about so you know in your experience what works or if you feel like it's more importantly what doesn't when you're trying to bring people into snap well i think honesty is is The the very important role. It's not all roses so we get some thorns to nature. Doesn't always behaving the way that you you'd think it should. And and i think honesty's important because you want to succeed and and if you know that nature is not always going to work the way you'd think it works this gives you the fortitude to continue to your investigation will continue looking for a solution to a particular problem. In other words. There are two sides stored the glory side. And then there's the the grunge side but even more important science and technology got us to where we are and it's the only thing that's going get us further or out of whatever difficulty that we have a global warming all these problems. We need more diverse teen stem. diversity has been shown to be have an advantage. I used to worry about brainstorming sessions. Where all the white guys over here. And i was over ear but guess what solution west somewhere in between. And this is what. I learned that. Even though i taken same courses you know the same disciplines. I think differently as the black man than white males to yeah but this diversification is what makes this country great and what is very disturbing is that were not taking full advantage of our natural resources in human beings that can work and be productive in the field and this is the reason that i continue to push to make it available in. Jim's been pushing for a long time you can trace his efforts back to nineteen seventy at bell labs. Winning helped form the association of black laboratory employees all the way to jim's work today with his graduate students at johns hopkins university and nonprofit called the end genuity project. They offer math and science programs to students in baltimore public schools. Jim told me a story about joining their board of directors. Back in two thousand fourteen. When when i was asked if i would be interested in joining booed i wanted to know what the program's really all about and what i found. Was that the majority of students in the program mayhem and that. This did not represent the demographics of the city of ballroom. So i said looking. Put me on the board. But i'm going to make some changes. I am a change agent here because this does not represent city baltimore and not enough black people and women in the scrotum but today the program is eighty percent underrepresented naarden winning big shift. Not only that are the last time i looked two years ago. We graduated one hundred students all of them. Fellowships and scholarships seven were admitted to johns hopkins. And by the way these changes were made without ever touching the requirements for the permanent. Okay so what does this say to you. The says that they're talented people out there that we're not taking advantage if we can make that kind of change in the city of baltimore within a finite number of years with this is certainly an indication to me that there are underrepresented minority and women who are in love with science and really really look for opportunities to get in and and genuity project made that offer and they they took us up on it and i'm so glad they did. Okay so jim. I hope you don't mind me sharing this. You just tell me if you don't want it in the episode but by the time this interview comes out you will of turned ninety congrats birthday. Well thank you. So what's your advice for young scientists for young inventors who may be see themselves in you. What advice would you give them. Well there's so many things that i can think of. But i but more importantly is to follow your star you know. I'm pretty sure that whoever made me said make a scientist and a not fulfill that responsibility us. Oh i think that the happy people those people that are doing what they love to do. And if it science gray but in many cases you don't know whether it science not because you haven't had the exposure right that would tell you whether the something you think you would be interested in doing so Museums of books on and on and on learn. Learn as much as you can as early as you can. And the only major major advices learn all the math that you possibly can because it

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Exploring the World of Electric Vehicles and Photography

The Digital Story

04:49 min | 5 d ago

Exploring the World of Electric Vehicles and Photography

"Going back to our roots. In nimble photography thinking has always been trouble lightly and take only pictures now as we begin to think about post pandemic exploration the world of electric vehicles has become very interesting in combining emissions free travel with nimble photography feels like a match made in heaven. I hope you enjoy the show. Like many of the lightning bolts. That have struck me over the years. The concept for this podcast is the result of ideas and situations all just together today. I'm going to explain how that happened. And then where. I think we should go from here. All righty so. Let's just start at the beginning. I been interested in electric vehicles for some time. You know that on the notification list with a volkswagen buzz which is their reimagined bus. That's all electric so the plan has been when the time came. I would sell the van again. I have in a lot of you. Know about the vancouver. I've told stories about it. I would sell to an owner. Who would really appreciate it. Take care of it and keep it going. It's it's running quite well right now and then. I would use the money from that sale as part of the down payment on the all electric volkswagen buzz. Which is their bus bus. that is really futuristic. Looking at least by all the renderings. Here's the thing. I i gave myself until twenty twenty one before i would make a decision about all this originally. I was thinking that the buzz would be in production now and then. Just be a matter of alright. When does it get to north america. And how many will be coming here. Well volkswagen been working on all sorts of stuff and they've been dealing with the pandemic at the same time. And i know one of their thoughts was or still is to build a factory here in the us To build the bus well as far as they know they haven't built the factory yet and we really don't have any ta on the bus so way back when i joined the mailing list about the bus and I got one not too long ago from volkswagen. That was talking about the car that is here in the us now Called the id four and it's basically an all electric suv built on their new platform. So i took a look at it. Because really what i'm looking for in this next. Two car is something that i can road trip with. Something that you know has enough cargo space for me to have whatever gear. I need possibly to catch a few hours at a rest. Stop if i need some rest to you know to fresh up again before. I hit the road something that just allows me the versatility to do like camping to explore areas for my photography and to do so relatively comfortably so even though the eighty four is not the bus in a dozen have some of the really nice stuff that a bus brings to the table. It brings other things to the table that are also quite nice. So i said okay. I'm gonna take a look at it. Take a look at this vehicle. And when i start looking at it i really liked what i saw so i started reading reviews on it because there has been a a pre production model here in the us. For some time they've already gone through Addition one of the car so owners already have it. So there is information on it and the reviews. Were quite good. And i'm going okay. I'm kind of excited about this. And especially knowing that who knows when the bus is gonna show up. I'll deal with that when that happens so i decided to go ahead and put a reservation down on the. Id four and the way that i worked with a volkswagen program is that you put one hundred dollars down to place your reservation and at that time you design your car. You know you're on you're on the site and you know you're deciding what color you want and deciding what packages you want color interior. You know all that kind of stuff. So i designed my id four and is beautiful beautiful blue with a light gray interior different. Environmental lighting on the inside is pretty fun

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Be Careful What You Say In A Job Interview

PR & Law

04:36 min | 6 d ago

Be Careful What You Say In A Job Interview

"Okay you and what have you got on deck this week. Well kim. i wanted to talk about the job interview. Were coming up to the end of february. This is typically You know usually a busier hiring season. You know people usually. They're going to let employees go. That's sort happens kind of late. November you close to close enough to the end of the year but not so close that it sort of falls in that christmas vacation range that sort of almost like a blackout period for terminations and It sort of carries over into the beginning of january and then by february usually kinda companies are looking at at hiring. So i've been chatting with a lot of people lately about Employment agreements and reviewing contracts for for new job offers. And it occurred to me that you know a chattanooga boat job interviews and do's and don'ts for employers employees might not be such a bad idea yeah and you know what. It's the same over here too. I think You know for us. It's after chinese new year when people either have resigned and are looking for work over there are openings in a company for for that year and we have just finished the chinese new year. So i think this is very topical for this part of the world as well perfect. Okay well i mean you know the first thing in the application process itself your cv right. Let's make sure your c vs them to date and that it accurately reflects your experience and you know that may sound like stating the obvious camp. But you'd be surprised. The number of employees that that embellish their accomplishments or skill sets Or or outright lie I came across a survey conducted by check stor There are a prominent reference checking company in the us and according to a survey that they did in in two thousand twenty. Apparently seventy eight percent of candidates admit that they have or they would consider misrepresenting themselves on their job applications so You know not an insignificant amount of people that were to come right out and say sure. I'm i'm prepared to lie on a on a job application. I feel like there must be a lot of gray area here. I mean obviously you cannot make a declared of statement that is false which is lying but i assume there is a lot of embellishment on the on the cv in just ways that might be hard to detect or might be hard to prove. But they're just sort of slight little improvements. That might be made here or there. That are not entirely false but are not entirely true. Either and i think that's probably really hard to kind of police. Yeah i mean you're absolutely right. It's always the gray area. That's gonna be be tricky to monitor You know where you have to be careful as an employee is something that is a complete and utter fiction. You know maybe a particular academic credential that you don't actually possess would be good example and then another one that often gets employees into trouble is if they've been or were fired from a previous employer and then during the job interview. The new perspective employer asks them. You know well. Hey why are you here what you know what happened with his previous position. Why did you leave And employees are often very very hesitant to say something to the effect of. Well i i you know i left because i got fired Or i left. Because i you know i stole something from my employer. Were regardless of the circumstances were even if it was just You know a simple downsizing that really had nothing to do with the employee's performance even in those situations You know often. An employee is is concerned about saying i got fired and how that might come across so they lie and they say something like yeah you know it just. It wasn't a good fit or it was the right time for me to leave. And that's a problem cam because if the employer were to find out after the fact that you were fired and they had relied on your word effectively that you know you left under under more pleasant amicable circumstances. I mean that could be cause for for discharge in terms of getting rid of you after. They've hired you. Yeah you and i mean you know this area well. How often do employers perspective employers. Do these background checks because in the course of my career I feel like they are done a lot now. I'm become more senior sort of in the industry but previously. It seemed like the employer didn't do any background checks

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Two injured seals recovering after Jersey Shore beach rescues

KYW 24 Hour News

01:00 min | Last week

Two injured seals recovering after Jersey Shore beach rescues

"And the agency that helped them now needs some help itself as we hear from K Y W. Kimberly At on February, 4th, the Marine mammal stranding center found a seriously injured harbor seal on the beach and strapped mere the center's founding director. Bob Shell. Cough says the €1 pop had a large wound under its right. Flipper also extended into the flipper itself, where one of the bones were exposed, and he's doing fine and still has the use of that flipper and just last week and underweight for Week old Gray seal was discovered with minor injuries in Belmar and after much care. She's OK too there eating that £2.5 per feeding three times a day, so that a bit expensive with the fish. We don't go out and catch the fish. We have to buy commercial from the specialty diet, much needed surgeries and upkeep, he says. The center relies on donations. Everything that we need, including gas, tickle, get the animals paid by donation. And he says Staying connected to the public is also okay. It's website and Facebook page are both full of information. You can check out the status of the pups. They'll be really East in a month. Kimberly Adams K Y. W News Radio three week old seal pup has been

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Regular caffeine consumption affects brain structure

Atlanta's Morning News

00:21 sec | Last week

Regular caffeine consumption affects brain structure

"Caffeine changes. Your brain research has found that regular caffeine consumption does not actually disrupt quality sleep, but it can alter the part of the brain connected to memory reporter Jim Priscilla says. Scientists find caffeine can reduce the brain's gray matter in the cortex. But if you cut off the caffeine, the effects temporary caffeine is the world's most

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Scott Disick and Amelia Hamlin are Instagram-official

Chicks in the Office

01:34 min | Last week

Scott Disick and Amelia Hamlin are Instagram-official

"Lana celebrities flaunting their love. This weekend you know. See all the pose. New couples coming out. Old couples making their debuts. We all knew that. Scott disick amelia. Gray where million hamlin were you know were together did not see full blown footage from you know their own accounts you would say of them together but this weekend was the time. Miami scott got blonde hair now. One platinum he posted a picture of the two of them at dinner on saturday nights. She's posted him driving the boat. They're having a whole miami weekend. And i gotta tell you. Read the picture of them walking on the beach together. Amelia looks looks fantastic in her in her leopard. It gave me deja-vu because i feel like besides scott's blond hair. I feel like we saw that exact photo of him and like sofia richie and and and almost an banning suit right like i feel like those pictures everybody talked about was sofi and scott was when sophia was also in that leper basic soups. Yes That was the thought that i had looking at the photos i was like. Why does this look like just so. Richie in scott is he has nineteen year old. Is that why we feel this way. Listen scott scott disick. He's gonna die hair blonde like that. He's going to date. Nineteen year olds nothing. He does really shocks me at this

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How Car Makers Collided With a Global Chip Shortage

90.3 KAZU Programming

02:32 min | 2 weeks ago

How Car Makers Collided With a Global Chip Shortage

"Automakers around the world are being hobbled by something thinner than a piece of paper. A chip shortage is shutting down auto factories, sending workers home and halting productions on several car lines. NPR's Ryan Kyle off reports on how we got here. Cars these days are basically two ton computers on wheels. So when auto production first shut down at the beginning of the pandemic, it meant a lot of extra computer chips sitting around At the same time, we were all sitting around, working from home and schooling from home and attending weddings from home. We all needed new computers. Every school kid needed a chromebook. There's the new PlayStation five, according to Kristin G check of the Center for Automotive Research. Chipmakers pushed their extra supply into all our new TVs and smart speakers and Internet connected washing machines. Whatever device you're hearing, this story on probably contains a computer chip. Meanwhile, auto sales rebounded way faster than anyone predicted, says Patrick Manzi, with the National Auto Dealers Association. Most of us did not expect this. The sails right in April, fell to the lowest on record, at least back to the seventies. Since we've been tracking this When carmakers suddenly needed chips again. Those supply lines were spoken for. Switching them back takes time up to six months to reallocate capacity. So now carmakers have a dire short term need that can't be addressed in the short term. Manzi expects global production to drop by about a million cars this quarter. It's it's It is a non trivial amount for American auto workers at idled plants. That means up to 25% pay cuts for the duration. The effects will trickle down through the massive cottage industry of car parts suppliers and everyone they employ at the car lot, Manzi says. There will be vehicles to buy. It just may be a little bit more difficult to find that exact specifications that you're looking for. If you wanted the red one with the leather. Maybe they only have the gray one with the leather, right. Now President Biden is stepping in Ordering a review and to expanding chip manufacturing in the U. S. Instead of Taiwan and Korea. Treating chips is essential American goods crucial to so many things we use every day. That new American factories would take years to bring online. In the meantime, the shortages spreading, disrupting supplies for cell phones and laptops. Analysts say it likely get worse before it gets better. For consumers. It's probably a good time to drive carefully and try not to drop your cell phone.

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Gov. Beshear declares State of Emergency for Kentucky after winter storm overnight

NPR News Now

00:59 sec | 2 weeks ago

Gov. Beshear declares State of Emergency for Kentucky after winter storm overnight

"Has declared a state of emergency following a major winter storm. Corinne boyer of member station w. e. k. u. reports that state officials say the dangerous conditions will persist for some time. Governor bashir has closed state offices regional kerber covid nineteen vaccination sites are also shut down on wednesday and thursday. The storm brought ice sleet freezing rain and snow across the state. All one hundred and twenty kentucky counties have reported power outages roadways remain hazardous with reports of accidents down trees and power lines kentucky transportation secretary. Jim gray says ice accumulations will continue to cause issues over the next few days so over the weekend. We make it more trouble spots so even with no precipitation following this bitter cold is going to keep the ice around state officials say no injuries or fatalities have been reported for npr news. I'm karen boyer in lexington in

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Loujain al-Hathloul, Saudi women's rights activist, released from prison

PRI's The World

03:08 min | 2 weeks ago

Loujain al-Hathloul, Saudi women's rights activist, released from prison

"Done nothing except champion. A woman's right to drive a car. But yesterday saudi arabian activists widow. Jane hathloul was released after a thousand and one days in prison. Family members and international human rights groups have been calling for her release and an end to her alleged torture. Al hathloul was arrested in two thousand eighteen for leading a campaign to grant women the right to drive in saudi arabia. Dr best mamani joins me. Now she's a professor of political science at the university of waterloo canada. Welcome to the program. How significant is this Lujan al hathloul release from jail. Well it's just wonderful news to be honest with you. I think so. Many of us were worried for her. She's a wonderful person. And i think certainly the fact that She's finally been released is a great thing. But they're still a lot of concern about her situation. And i think there's going to be a large discussion. And hopefully she'll be able to at some point talk about the really the suffering she endured. I mean the photo of her after release. It's joyous smile. But how does login even start to rebuild life after trauma like this. There are allegations of torture during your time in jail. So i think the rebuilding process for her is going to be significant. Certainly of course the the trauma being imprisoned I think there was abuse That may have been sexual nature as well torture from looking at the picture. She's clearly thinner. She has gray hair now and i met her five years ago with not a not a single gray hair on her head and i mean there's definitely a beaming smile in the photo. And that's because she's with her her parents but she still separated from her siblings of course many of which are outside the country and ex husband. You know there was a falling out of of a marriage because of the so. I think there's there's a lot of pain and suffering. I'm sure aside from her parents. You have a sense of what her support system in. Saudi is no i think She's certainly under a some sort of gag. Order not to speak to people and i suspect House arrested is a part of that. So she's not gonna have free movement in any way She has a wonderful family parents. Who are very supportive And have been really behind her from from day one of her activism. they're really quite impressive. People dutchwoman. Let's get to the bigger picture. We know that crown prince of saudi arabia mohammed bin salman sees himself as a reformer. What impact could james release have on the internal politics of saudi. Arabia haven't been really wants to take this as a win. A certainly i think if it wasn't for the biden administration coming in. I don't think we would have seen her release unfortunately so elections matter as they say but one of the things that i think her story will be told hush hush i think many people are discussing it online and certainly social media buzz there some very interesting hashtags and saudis twitter to talk about all these kinds of issues there still a lot of great discontent at the same time. Unfortunately hamad bin salman is seen as reformer in some way internally. He's opened up the country culturally. And and certainly you know. Put down the conservative or religious police which is a welcome news for young people. So you know. I think she she would be to be honest with you and more popular of saudi arabia than inside saudi arabia. But that's partly because of kind of nationalist propaganda that has permeated much of saudi society today.

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Modern Oracle divination with dream interpretation

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Modern Oracle divination with dream interpretation

"Welcome to kits myths and mysteries. I'm your host kit crumb today in my month. Long investigation into different forms of detonation. I've locked up word. Divination is defined as the art or practice that seeks to force your for tell future events or discover hidden knowledge usually by the interpretation of omens unusual insights or intuitive perception with that definition in mind decide to take a look at dream analysis in ancient times people saw dream says vessels of meaning that contain divine messages and had the power to alter history alexander. The great was on the verge of breaking ground for his new city. When a gray haired man appeared to him in a dream the man told him about an island off the coast of egypt when alexandra woke he scrapped the building side and instead found an island on which to construct alexandria today. People still look for meaning in their dreams who are methods of interpreting. Dreams have changed since alexander's day. Our desire to understand them as much the same truth. No one knows why we dream or why we dream what we dream. Dreams are sensory experiences. That happened while you're sleeping. In a dream you see things here sounds and feel physical sensations. You may or may not remember your dreams when you wake up but everybody dreams. Freud pioneered a body of research based on dreams later young expanded the dream theory with his own ideas. Modern co creative dream theories consider how you respond to dream imagery and how you can use that information to guide your waking life now going back a little bit. The ancient sumerians messa taymiyya have left evidence of dream interpretation dating back to at least thirty one hundred bc throughout mesopotamia. History dreams were always held to be extremely important for devastation. And mesopotamia and king paid close attention to them dream analysis also referred to as dream interpretation hinges on the idea that you can attach meaning to your dreams. This process has been used in a wide variety of settings including ancient civilizations a variety of religions including christianity. But keep in mind the dreams you dream pertained to you and your life. Beware of using a standard interpretation for example. If your dream that you can't remember the combination to your school locker. It means that something you are trying to do is being blocked. This interpretation may apply to one person but not to another. Your dreams are yours often. When we visit a fortune teller that lays out the future. We tend to seek a path to the aspect of our future similar to the idea of seeking validation. If you believe that you are slow learner you seek develop that belief or if you wake up in a bad mood and decide is probably going to be a rotten day. Chances are that you will without being conscious of the fact seek out events that make that day pretty bad and validate your early morning declaration. That is going to be a bad day. You know a self fulfilling prophecy now. Returning dream interpretation. Listen and take note then go home or to a neutral place where you're quiet alone and look closely at the result of your dreams as interpreted determine what dreams really do symbolize something going on in your life. Modern

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Kim Jones on the Making of Air Dior

The Business of Fashion Podcast

07:07 min | 2 weeks ago

Kim Jones on the Making of Air Dior

"It's been a crazy. Eight months herself is being crazy as being busy. Yeah and i've appreciated time at home and being able to have time to myself. Reflect more of john when you were say a lot of time to research the excited about a very eventful few months but today we're here to talk about sneakers. what makes an amazing sneaker. And what makes an amazing sneaker launch air. Dior or shoe which we have right here. It's like the most sought after sneaker in the world right now. yeah. I've been scouring the internet to kind of see what people are saying and how much they cost and you know it's crazy how quickly they've accelerated price. I wanted to start with your own relationship with sneakers because it goes back a long time. This is not a trend. You just jumped on. I mean most people who know me know that i started out working at a company called gimme five whereas college but before that when a student also at school nyc for me was the absolute must have an odd save off and dish. Dishwasher governed by pair of sneakers and people have michael jordan with the heroes and just everyone was wearing sneakers. Me and my friends would chip into bypass to share them and share parents of have jordan. Fives that were on. Discount in place in brighton that we bought a we went and three as on them now. Forty five pounds and we chipped by them and then we take them in terms of obviously make sure no one stood on them and sick have never allowed to go out anywhere teaching them and it was just you. Nuts is the design. It was just like it was a cult thing. It became colton. You know we both got these which the first one of the first has jordan's in the white and gray which is the basis for the ed your and the ideal thing was really dickel t and i've had a contract with nike for quite few years. And then they taught me about being jordan. And as i really love to do with your because they've never done and luxury house with georgian collaborations. I would take italian at you know jordan with the dior factories and really make something special and exciting. And it's really you know it was solid. Where do you want jordan's that was really how it started as bit selfish so before we get into the actual kind of design of the shoe. Because i think there's a lot of thought that goes into that. Of course the jordan one for the uninitiated amongst us. I think sneaker has called it the aj one. Why is that such an important shoe. Silhouette i think is just such design. Classic infamy you does periods in history. Whether it's been shoes. Come out like this on the air. Max ninety five that just speak to people and they speak to a generation of people for me. I didn't have the original pair of these because they a bit too young for them and they really out of my price range and they weren't so easy to get the uk. And then as i started going to japan as i graduated i started collecting fares what i think the first bought seven bucks in a flea market and then to visit a friend where does student and that was kind of to shake shaking. You just they just become infectious shots at me. Now you just love to design it so joining a club. I guess so. When you're thinking about designing a shoe that has to balance effectively three different brands right. Young jordan has its own brand completely new operated separately with its own team. Then there's night key which obviously is like gave birth to the jordan. There's there's three iconic brands so when you're when you're when you're designing a shoe and you have to balance the dna. Three brees was really like we need to netflix. Because that's one of the criterias of deal is significant advance. We knew the letter had to be sourced. We knew we wanted to have the finishings. Made like bag would be made. So you have the edge painting. You have the way that things are hand finished in the sewing. The oblique here is made specific size just the jordan and it scaled per size of georgian. And you have again. You have on the tongue which is a new technique that we developed an inside the leather so units inside which they did have the normal jordan and inside. I have the numbers or these are the ones from the miami share. Whichever forty has them and really making them for people that would appreciate something and understand the croft now in consumption when you talked about fashion. I'm very aware of numbers and craft being important people. I think young people are learning by nets and they won't buy things last longer for me. Doing things like this was something being a limited number of things but it's creates excitement. There were only thirteen. Thousand pairs of shoes made but there's also a whole bunch of other skews in the collection which may be the as much. Yeah i mean. We've mentioned what we michael jordan's wore jay. But he was because he was the coolest guy and it was like he will seats all the time and we were looking at we made of his clothes and then we had to call them present it all to him which was kind of because he sees everything can approves everything jordan. What was that like. I mean he was super lovely. And i get in chicago. We went to do the don't it was like. I was really impressed that he was to be honest. That's the cage stream isn't it. I guess it was. He was just radiant. He's and you want to keep them the stuff so we can keep it and travis was there and he was reading into it so you know promise travis he'd be one of the people have it and it was just it was. It was an appreciation for each other. That was the thing that was nice about. What did you have to see to the powers that via d. or to get them. I mean they've never done nothing like that. I had to piatra use my ceo and we have extremely good relationship. And i was like. I really want to do this. What you think it nina. He's in his twenties and he was thought it was cool idea who grew up here as per say that was pretty easy to do in nyc. Nike was little bit but then they got into. It was his reading managing expectations of everybody in the right

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Beating Anxiety With Food With Liana Werner-Gray

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

06:26 min | 2 weeks ago

Beating Anxiety With Food With Liana Werner-Gray

"Well. Hey guys welcome. Back to the podcast. Today we're gonna talk about anxiety free with food. And we have the author of this great new book liana werner gray. She's a good friend of mine. She's written the earth diet cancer-free with food and now her new release anxiety free with fooding zaidi's such a big issue. There's so many people that are dealing with at especially with everything that's been going on in the world today and definitely a key link between gut health in the foods that were eating and how our brain is handling stress how reactive we are The way that we are processing the things are in our world and sewing. Zayed's is not something that is You know it's not a. It's not an end destination there. There's a lot of hope for a lot of things we can do for it and really starts with our nutrition lifestyle choices that were making so liana. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me on wolf for sure and again. This is such an important topic. And you know you're a young woman and so anxiety. Obviously all all all genders all demographics steel with anxiety but especially women and would love to hear your story. Yeah so anxiety. Apparently this year the stats have gone up to one in. Three people are really struggling with anxiety versus one in five last year in two thousand and nineteen. Now it's already into two one now. Yes so it's anxieties to skyrocketed and it does affect everyone end a small amount of anxiety to as a stress response is considered healthy. So if something happens to us and we naturally feel that stress. It's the mind in the body's way of saying okay need to have a resolution for this but anxiety that is happening for hours or days days. That is a severe anxiety that we need to be suffering worth of struggling with end. What i discovered was that there are actually some really simple and quick effective ways to clear out anxiety and he'll it especially with focusing on nutrition. Sir i was experiencing heightened amount of anxiety and i was curious as to where it was coming from because i have a lot of faith believe in god and goddess like dart have anxiety costs. All your kids on me. And i was constantly doing that so i was like. I don't think it's coming from from a spiritual reason. And i thought i don't think it's coming from a mental or emotional reason either and i thought this might be purely chemical and it could be a chemistry balanced my brain and so i went and got a blood tests. Done and sure enough isn't in one of the main things that if we're deficient in that we will have anxiety. According to science so short enough. I was deficient in her mega. Three fatty acids and my started taking fish oil supplements Wild fish and then eating more cheese hemp seeds and a matter of days. I could feel the difference. My brain felt more if that's visual. Nfl less scotteri. My nervous system felt more common for chris. I didn't feel more tired. I felt more alert and energize and it was incredible feeling and i thought wow if this is if it's as simple as this and a lotta people are also chemically imbalanced with their physical buddy than i wanna share this answer. I really went down the rabbit hall set of researching putting this book together and found out a lot of other nutritional reasons for the causes of anxiety and then do a lotta research. What foods can help clear out. And then what food. You're actually proven genetic that actually causes anxiety as soon as we put them into a mouse. Yeah it's a really good. Really good intro to this topic. And so we know that fish oil. Epa ya the long chain omega threes really play important role in the brain and also play important role in our inflammatory process. And so you know where people have been told when they have mood disorders that these things are chemical imbalances but the chemical imbalance is really downstream. It's you know it's not. The root cause cause oftentimes has to do with nutrient deficiencies and chronic inflammation. In the brain. We have inflammation in the brain. Were going to be more. Reactive are neurons can be closer to thresholds. they're going to be Firing off from stimuli. That probably probably shouldn't be firing off from right. Which makes them more reactive. And you know makes you have a lot more. Cha challenges just trying to control your emotions and so glad that you're able to figure that out and make a threes are really critical at this. So let's talk about the relationship between the gut and what's happening in the gut and what's happening in the brain. Yeah we'll i know you're a gun expert and i love the work that you do on this and serve all of the studies on anxiety pointed to the gut brain connection and how connected they are and that we have certain gut microbiome fascinating studies. That i found was that people with anxiety have a difference dot microbiome than people who dart have severe anxiety. That was fascinating to me. So then that tells us that we can change our gut microbiome and that will therefore change the anxiety that we experience and then we can also work on the the brain pot a bit and the part of it will reduce that. That's also going to change our gut microbiome so they work hand in hand with each other and so in my book. It's full of recipes and foods that really helped cultivate are very a very healthy gut. Microbiome and healthy gut environment and helped clear out d talks. I'm a huge advocate for detoxing especially people are just new to getting into this then. A detox is totally critical to clean out. That you know the dirty water so to speak dirty water we can fill it out with the clean water so doing a detox to clear out the gut and then start rebuilding it with all the good stuff and that helps out brain sorry much. 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Bonding: It's like 50 Shades of Gray... But Funny

Ask Me Another

05:25 min | 3 weeks ago

Bonding: It's like 50 Shades of Gray... But Funny

"Our first guest star in the netflix. Show bonding which is about a subject. We can't really talk about on a family show. Think fifty shades of grey. But funny. and you're kind of their brendan scannel and matt lucas. Welcome to ask me another high for having us welcome. I just want to start by saying. I love that bonding as a show as a topic exists. Absolutely it's definitely one of the shows where as it was coming out. I was like i wonder how my family is gonna feel about this. I'm like i'm deeply irish. Catholic has eight siblings and my dad has five in all my aunts and uncles are like love that show with all the whips and rather everything. Everything i ever do. I'm half-naked end so at this point. I'm just kind of used to it right at some point. You're like i and a hat that's too much to buy. I know this season. They had this season. They had a like a jumper made for me and with an apron over. And i was like whoa. I'm like i'm clothed. I'm actually fully clothed. Like what a strange turn. Sure all right well. Are you up for some games. Would you guys like to play some games. I love games. That's you do so you're gonna take turns answering questions in this first game. Here's what's going to happen. We're going describe fictional animals as if they were presented at a competition like the westminster dog show so some of these animals are dogs but some of them are not you. Just tell us the name of the animal or the title of the work that it comes from. Okay brendan this is for you next in the working group. We have a great dane who deviates from the breed standard. He's over five feet tall. The judge will never watch gate and look look at this. He's walking on hind legs. Some highly unusual behavior from this dog as he seems to be leaning over to talk to his handler shaggy. Yes he say shaggy. A i mean this has to be miscue be do. I always love the mask. Reveal they would have the double mask reveals to. It was a ghost and then like they took it off and it was someone and they took the mask off. That person someone else surprised at. How many people's first names were old man when we go them. I'm i'm definitely old man. Old man lucas. This one is for you. Okay this entrant. In the herding group was raised on a farm and found his true calling hurting sheet. He looks comfortable in the stack position. But the judge is a little confused by spoofs and curly. Tail says first time here at madison square garden but he seems to be adjusting to being a pig in the city babe pig. I never seen that. It's supposed to be adorable though it is it is pretty. I mean talking animals. I have no problem with talking animals. Yeah and pigs are so key. There's a there's someone in my neighborhood that has a pet pig and they walked i live. I live in the village and new york city. And like there's a person who has a pet pig And he walks the pet pig around my neighborhood. And it's really cute you very nick. I'm in brooklyn. No one has a pet pig. I feel like was something wrong here. Officially bushwick arianna guerande also has a pet pig. Really just out of curiosity. Is the pet. Pay any coats or call that ever. Although i do follow. Listen i'm gonna. I'm going to plug this. I follow this pig on instagram. Because he has an instagram account. Its arms giblet the piglet so you can like actually go check out given the piglet and see what i'm talking about and give you the piglet follows me. I feel very proud of him. That's very nice. Follow back for is give it active does giblet like comment and like what you're up to and i would just expect a lot of like political means. Yeah i guess if you ever get sick of it just like a couple. Bacon jokes over. Yeah all right. Brendan for you now. We have the toy group literally. This junior handler is a precocious six year. Old boy whose conversing with his stuff tiger while walking around the ring perhaps we don't see the tiger the same way he does. Oh i know this. Oh it's philosophers you guys. I'm very young this time it's i forget. Yes calvin hobbes. There you go.

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"gray" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

04:51 min | 4 months ago

"gray" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"Today I am thrilled to welcome back Yonathan Golsen. . Is Director of ethical imperatives LLC teaching professionals have good ethics is good business and the benefits of intellectual diversity. . He's a keynote and Ted ex speaker trainer coach and Community Rabbi as well as a repentant hitchhiker recovered circumnavigator. . Former newspaper columnist and retired high school teacher in Saint Louis. . His sixth book is grappling with the Grey and ethical handbook for personal success and business <unk> prosperity. . Thanks so much for coming back and having a conversation with me honest him. . A. . Delighted Diana was looking back through my files and I saw that you were the ninth interview that I? ? Given since I've become a professional speaker and now I've done about seventy of them and the one with you I think store ranks among the best that I've done. . So you brought the best of me and. . SET The bar. . Very. . Well I have to say it was one of my favorite conversations that you are one of my favorite guests so. . I'm so glad to have been able to help you get into this whole realm of podcast res. . <hes> so so I want. . So congratulations on the book by the way you. . I am really tremendously impressed with it and. . But I WANNA talk about obviously ethics. . And? ? Most leaders are many leaders. . Put Ethics in the soft skill category. . Ned restarted. . Okay, , go ahead 'cause that's a problem. . Isn't it? ? Yeah. . Sounds, skills , is one of those. . Terms that we use or some IOS for something that is sort of optional. . Or we'll get to it after we get to all the important stuff. . And as I've been discussing this more and more. . <hes> I keep tweaking and refining. . My definition ethics. . which ultimately has to do with recognizing our place in the world. . And recognizing the impact that our actions have on those around us. . Because that's. . What forms relationships? ? And success in every aspect of her leads is all about relationships family business community. . Nationally, , locally. . And you see the fallout. . <hes> I mean. . Another election. . When you know every four years, , we think it can't get worse than this and that it dies. . If we if we would cultivate the sensitivity for ethical speech ethical behavior. . What I call the mindset. . That would really transform our conversations are relationships and. . Really everything that the shapes the quality of our lives. . Boy I so agree with you I think ethics and and maybe more. . So now because of. . Everything that we are witnessing in the world. . That is so incredibly. . Central. . In in my opinion to how we show up in the world. . that it really needs to be relegated doing more important. . Place in business and politics seventy. . Child rearing. . Certainly, , <hes> as a rabbi had come at everything from <hes>, , the illogical or biblical point of view as well and in Jewish tradition. . We understand that the the second temple in Jerusalem, , which was destroyed by the Romans in your seventy. . <hes> the underlying cause of the breakdown in Jewish society that led to the temple's destruction. . Was the Jews did not go beyond the letter of the law. . and. . That's a pretty astonishing comment. . I mean, , they were keeping the law they were following the rules they were in compliance. . But they used the law as an excuse. . To circumvent the spirit of the law and the spirit of the lies alternately what keeps us? ? Society. Healthy. . .

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"gray" Discussed on Ear Hustle

Ear Hustle

04:36 min | 6 months ago

"gray" Discussed on Ear Hustle

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"gray" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

Extraterrestrial

09:54 min | 1 year ago

"gray" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

"Coming up. We delve into whether the grays have become the alien alien race because they're real or not now back to the story the second half of the twentieth century the rate of UFO AFO sidings increased drastically and some of the most iconic ones featured the grays small humanoid aliens with enormous heads and is atop sinewy childlike bodies. They abducted Betty and Barney Hill. They were at Roswell. They had encounter after encounter with real real world writers who then recorded their experiences in books sold on nonfiction shelves across the world. But the grays have come to populate the human world even even more frequently as fictional characters across media from film and TV to advertisements to our Moji keyboards the greys are everywhere anywhere. What do AFO researchers want to know is if that's because they're real? There's no evidence to suggest that the first man to record gray cray like aliens in writing H. G. Wells believed they existed but he did call the first essay describing them a prophecy in one of his novels. Perhaps perhaps it really was a prophecy. Considering the fact that these same aliens went onto appear in many real life UFO sightings. But let's revisit that some of the major events in which the grays played a role and examine just how believable they were first. There was Barney and Betty hills abduction and it reportedly happened in nineteen sixty one but the hills didn't go public with their story until one thousand nine hundred sixty five right at the height of the UFO craze while they're story with its abduction element was fairly innovative. It's still fit into a broader. UFO Zeitgeist in Cold War paranoia. Plus Barney and betty were an interracial couple at a time when race relations were tents and rapidly changing. It was a stressful difficult period for for them as we concluded in our episodes on their story it seems most likely that their abduction narrative emerged out of these combined. freshers with the help of hypnosis have no service which is to say there were probably never abducted although they likely saw some kind of identified flying object in the mountains of New Hampshire in their episode. We gave their story a believability rating of three. Not Very high which is to say they likely never saw any aliens. Graze or otherwise Roswell is no different while it was an endlessly intriguing event full of fascinating accounts almost all of that testimony. Tony was given decades after the fact and most of it was second hand including the story of the still unnamed nurse who suggested to UFO researchers. Richer's that the aliens who crashed in New Mexico where grace in our episodes on the Roswell incident we gave the crash score of four on our believability scale which which again means that the nurse probably never saw the grays in fact she may never even have existed she could easily have been a creation of the man who relayed her stories to UFO researchers the testimony of the novelist Whitley Strieber who reportedly reportedly had personal experiences with the grays was never corroborated by any evidence likewise with the docu-dramas of French writer. And filmmaker Jimmy you you finally race Antilles Film Alien Autopsy which seemed at first to be remarkable evidence that the greys existed turned out to be fake so all of these real world sightings which lend the reality of the greys credibility aren't so credible but the question still remains remains. Why is this image of the grey aliens everywhere? If they're not real. There is another possibility. Let's go back to H. G. Wells for a moment. He wasn't only the first to write about the grays. He was one of the first to write about aliens at all icon. ICK works like his eighteen. Ninety eight war of the worlds influenced generation after generation of science fiction readers and writers because because at the time there wasn't much else to inspire them hence his title father of Science Fiction his cultural influence particularly on the idea of aliens is hard to underestimate by the time. Extraterrestrial sighting started picking up speed during the Cold War in the nineteen fifties and sixties. His writing had been shaping the fictional discourse around aliens for over fifty years. We've discussed some of the many sci fi stories influenced by H. G. Wells Orson Wells Nineteen thirty eight radio adaptation of the war of the worlds Steven. Spielberg's nineteen seventy seven close encounters of the third kind and these were far from carbon copies of h g wells work but they were participating in long lineage of storytelling that began with swells and develop from there spreading from the world of novels and movies to the IPHONES. emoji keyboard. Culture is funny. Any light that it's always characterized by memes following the original definition posited by evolutionary biologist. Richard Dawkins that is to say eh per dawkins definition it's full of eternally repeating images always varying slightly but in graining certain ideas into the very fabric of our society along the way and as we've seen throughout this show extraterrestrial sightings have long been tied to the ebbs and flows of cultural cultural anxieties and concerns. They've also long been tied to our storytelling. Something else we've seen throughout this show many alien sightings blend in fact with fiction or outright fiction with more fiction to create compelling narratives. This is all to say science fiction based storytelling highlighting the grays seeped into the broader cultural consciousness. It's influenced everything from film to Children's toys and it seems natural that it also started influencing fake alien sightings the fact that there's no particularly believable real world gray sightings actually supports. Is this idea. The grays have always it seems. been a story. They're still the question of why out of all the aliens H. G. Wells described. It was the grays that caught on but there may be an evolutionary reason for that the large I'd bigheaded. Small audie graze while admittedly creepy looking are nevertheless evocative of children and humans are evolutionary primed to find children children or anything childlike cute. In other words we see large eyes and a small body whether on puppy a baby or maybe an alien Leeann as attractive and adorable. Perhaps this attraction helped the image stick the cultural image so the alternative. The possibility to the idea that grazer real is that they are a deeply ingrained cultural icon one so deeply ingrained that it starts to feel real bill so deeply ingrained that when someone wants to lie about an alien sighting or even jobs through a few mental hoops to manufacture without meaning to ally. It's the grays that they reach for. It is a convincing solution but the fact does stand just like. There's some possibility that something something went down with Barney and Betty Hill and that something happened back in Roswell in nineteen forty seven. There's a possibility that the gray's really did ed pop down to visit Earth a few times just like H G wells prophesized after all if they did exist he would explain perfectly why this version of aliens caught on with other science fiction writers and the public alike perhaps. They're the most believable kind of aliens. Because on some level they're real that said we give the existence of the Gres a score of three out of ten on our believability scale with ten and being the most believable and one being very unlikely we assume that wells with his vivid rich imagination and his love of the strange would be on board and with that after all until the greys are disproven. There's always a possibility that they're out there. Just like with all heart art extraterrestrials. We're taking the show on hiatus after this episode but we won't stop thinking about all the unresolved unresolved threads the holes in the official stories and the bizarre testimony that we've seen while researching extraterrestrials. We've shot down plenty of wild stories that that simply didn't add up. George domke comes to mind among others. But we've also seen some instances that are much harder to rationalize away like the render some the incident in England one thousand nine hundred eighty or the shag harbour crash in Canada in nineteen sixty seven and always more than anything. We've been fascinated by the very human human feeling curiosity and belief that's gone into the winding story of extraterrestrial research on Earth as we always say in our intro. Oh each of these stories. We've covered has garnered thousands if not millions of true believers and for that reason they've been well worth exploring flooring.

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"gray" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

Extraterrestrial

11:11 min | 1 year ago

"gray" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

"Most readers assume the article was simply an invention of the eighteen ninety eight novel considering that the book his fiction after all in fact the article was real but it too was fiction and written by the same author as the novel itself Alf in the context of wells career. This provided a delightful if somewhat mind boggling example of just how Meta his work could be but for a Ufo the phone through it also hinted at an intriguing possibility. What if the war of the worlds was right and that I text mentioning gray like creatures? Church really was a prophecy. Not About Man's future but about a real alien race wells did did present the gray creatures as fiction but many things he presented his fiction. His novels turned out to be real eventually. His writing seemingly predicted everything from the airplane. In the atomic bomb to satellite television and the World Wide Web one example shows up in his nineteen twenty-three text men men like Gods where wells presents a futuristic utopia where people communicate exclusively through wireless systems which look a whole lot like a mix of voice mail and email Simon James Professor of English studies at Durham University and former editor of the official journal of the H. G. Wells Society. The explained wells was an imagination in a hurry. He wanted to get to the future sooner than it was going to happen. That's why he's so predictive addictive in his writing. He was a true visionary and perhaps his vision of aliens in the war of the worlds was yet another example of his imagination. Asian spying a future reality even for wells. The Gray like aliens he described in the war of the worlds seem to have struck a nerve. He couldn't quite get them out of his head. The war of the worlds wasn't wells. Only science fiction novel to describe extraterrestrial fuel beings in terms matching his man of the year million article his nineteen o one book the first man in the moon presented the moon's inhabitants similarly he described them as follows. They resembled man. In maintaining the erect attitude ended having four limbs and I have compared the general appearance appearance of their heads and the joining of their limbs to that of insects I have mentioned to their fragile slightness. Wells called these creatures selling nights after the Greek Moon Goddess. Selene he also mentioned their short stature and their big heads as well as their sophistication and intelligence intelligence very gray like in appearance interestingly however the gray like aliens wells described in each of his texts played very very different roles and exhibited very different behaviors. Here they maintain their own complex society beneath the surface of the moon but in the war of the worlds they were little more than Chattel simply food for the dominant Martians. Most readers attribute the evocative imagery in different storylines lines in both texts to wells rich vivid imagination that same imagination that won him the title father of science fiction but just like his present descriptions of technologies resembling atomic bombs and Internet. Perhaps wells gray like aliens were also an eerily really accurate prediction of something real to come. His work certainly went on to influence other authors. But these strange aliens aliens started showing up in real world extraterrestrial sightings to coming up. We'll discuss the evolution of the greys from the stuff of satire and Scifi to the stuff of news reports and exposes says now back to the story in eighteen ninety three the first written record of a huge headed lustrous. I'd humanoid appeared in the work of science fiction author H G wells. It wasn't long before these creatures were populating. Other science fiction books. One was in nineteen thirty three Swedish novel by Gustaf Sand Grin. who used the pen name? Gabrielle Linda like Wells Aliens signed Zongren. Extraterrestrials had large heads in is weak chins and a short stature but wells work didn't just influence other SCI FI writers it also inspired one of the greatest pranks in US history in one thousand nine hundred thirty eight Orson Welles. NO RELATION TO H G narrated and directed in American radio play version of H G wells the war of the world. The sixty minute broadcast presented. The first I two thirds of the show as a news bulletin describing odd explosions on Mars followed by apparently unrelated report of a strange object. OBJECT FALLING IN GROVER MILL NEW JERSEY. These news reports were interspersed with musical interludes like any radio broadcast but then they. We started to get stranger and scarier. Martians emerged from the fallen cylindrical. Grove's mill and then they attacked hacked. Listeners were terrified. Thanks to horsing wells ingenious presentation. A swath of the public was convinced. The story wasn't fiction but breaking news. Hanoch erupted according to some reports up to a million people ran out into the streets. There is trained on the sky looking for descending aliens. The scope of hysteria was likely exaggerated by contemporary very newspapers looking to discredit radio as up. Reputable News source but the central fact remains. The radio. Play was extremely convincing. This was in part because of the news bulletin gimmick but it was also because the story was so compelling H. G. Wells extraterrestrials Seemed real and their ties to reality would only get stronger in the years to come beginning with Barney and Betty Hill. Frequent listeners may recall our episodes on their story middle aged interracial American couple Barney and Betty Hill claimed that they'd been abducted from rural New Hampshire back in September nineteen sixty one by a crew of aliens throughout the Cold War and its accompanying space race and technological innovation and there was increasing real world focus on extraterrestrial life. Something we've discussed throughout this show. Humanities is on the sky in in a new way and they were seeing strange things up there including plenty of UFO sightings some were easily explained as human aircraft satellites or other airborne technologies others. Were harder to identify. But the story of Barney and Betty Hill was one of the first ever reports of of an alien abduction. The hill couple shared graphic details of abuse apparently suffered at the hands of their alien captors. Their her story gained international attention making headlines. Far beyond their native New Hampshire their story came together slowly with the help of hypnosis this and at different stages of their psychological evaluations the account played out differently but the predominant image of the hill abductors was of of tiny humanoid creatures with enormous slanted. Black is in other words. The grays somehow the same visual characteristics that H. G. Wells noted in that 1893 article were showing up in a nineteen. Sixty one New Hampshire alien abduction. Listen but the presence of the GREYS didn't end with the case of Barney and Betty Hill in the late nineteen seventies UFO researchers. There's dead into an alleged extraterrestrial crash in Roswell New Mexico. They published their findings in a nineteen. Eighty book called the Roswell incident. Thanks thanks in part to their investigation. The Roswell crash which apparently occurred in nineteen forty seven is one of the most well known extraterrestrial sightings of all time time but it's iconic for reason the list of people who may have seen or who may know something about Roswell is endless white. The story have Barney and Betty Hill. We've covered the citing roswell in detail in earlier episodes but what would like to focus on. Here is the testimony of one nurse who who story was shared. Second Hand in Nineteen ninety-one book by Donald Schmitt and Kevin randle called UFO crash. At Roswell Glenn Dennis Arroz well resident working at a local funeral home in nineteen forty seven told the nurses story to the book's authors. He was apparently a friend of hers whom she confided. Fight it in and although he never named her he explained what allegedly happened to her. For the sake of this episode will call her Lucy. Lucy was working at the Roswell Army airfield as a nurse in early July nineteen forty seven. She walked into the infirmary as usual. But she'd missed a memo telling all regular nursing staff to stay away. She wasn't supposed to be there but she couldn't unsee and see what she encountered. Inside that building the infirmary was swarming with men in plastic sanitary suits. Their faces were covered with surgical surgical masks and they were all examining a pair of Cadavers unzipped bodybags. The corpses were small and mangled the size of children but their proportions weren't those of children atop their gauntlet bodies were large bulbous heads completely completely bald and on those heads enormous slanting is but few other distinct facial features no ears here's teeth noses just like h g wells had prophesized. The Roswell aliens were like the Barney and Betty Hill aliens NHS grays. But this still wasn't the end of the real world gray sightings in nineteen eighty-seven writer Whitley Lee strieber up to this point. Best known as a horror novelist wrote a non fiction book on his personal experiences with extraterrestrial life called Communion mm Union the book chronicled strippers terrifying inexplicable.

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"gray" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

Extraterrestrial

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"gray" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

"Are we alone. Have we been alone. Will we be alone. Stories of alien visitation have been engrained rain in human history and yet over the course of forty six episodes. We have yet to confirm the existence of Alien Life Today on our final episode before hiatus that might just change welcome to extraterrestrial apart cast original. I'm Tim and I'm bill. Unfortunately intimately this is the end of our journey for now after countless UFO sightings probings and hypnosis sessions. We're taking a break on producing any episodes codes of extraterrestrial for a while as we wind down. We want to say thanks to you our loyal listeners. We wouldn't have been able to go this far without your support. We truly appreciate appreciate all of the kind words thoughtful reviews encouraging emails and fund suggestions. We've received this year. Extraterrestrial has been a wonderful journey through the galaxy. And we thank you for coming along for the ride. Rest assured all episodes of extraterrestrial all other par- cast originals will remain free on on spotify. Or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream extraterrestrial for free on spotify just open the APP and type extraterrestrial in the search bar. All our cases says will be there. We've had cases that ranged from the obviously fake to the compellingly mysterious. The one thing that certain is that no matter the time time or place humanity longs to know what lies beyond the stars. We're constantly reminded of the classic quote from Scifi Writer. Arthur C Clarke mark. He once said to possibilities exist either. We are alone in the universe. We are not both are equally terrifying and we remain terrified this week as we explore the most iconic alien race the grays they represent the most widely sadly recognized pop culture version of extraterrestrial life and they show up everywhere from science fiction novels to real life UFO sightings while their personalities behaviors and apparent intentions are remarkably varied. Their appearance is always the same today. We'll trace the history history of this strange race and determine whether their persistence in the extraterrestrial record is the result of an incredibly unusual cultural phenomenon. Or if they actually exist to trace our way through the history of the Greys we have to go all the way back to eighteen. Ninety three and the office of British author H G. Wells wells was at twenty-seven-year-old aspiring writer. He had one nonfiction book under his belt. A textbook of biology jeep and was beginning to write short humorous articles for periodicals like the now defunct Pall Mall budget in the fall of eighteen. Ninety three he does it work on one particular story which he would eventually title the man of the year million the peace like most of wells work at the time took casillas tone. It claimed to be a review of great unwritten volume by Professor Holtz cough of Vice Nick University. This work once it was written would detail. The man of the year million per the article's title and Wells Riding took on the task of explaining what this man would look like and and how he would behave now not only is the volume wells purports to be reviewing unwritten but Holtz cough is German for blockhead and and even vice nick volks refers to an imaginary city in Thomas Carlyle satirical eighteen thirty three work SARTORI resources from there. The the city's name became code for more general indefinite unknown or imaginary place as the Merriam Webster. Dictionary defines it today. Wells readers at publications like the Palamau budget would have been accustomed to the thriving tradition of British satire and to these primed readers. All of the above were immediate giveaways that the article was an extended show of wit a joke. The joke being about the bizarre man of the year million described by this imaginary professor in his imaginary book. A being of brain rather than body. The titular man's stature ascher was small while his head was large. His skin was gray and his face was described as follows is large urge. lustrous beautiful soulful above them no longer separated by rugged brow ridges is the top of the head a glistening joining hairless dome to reet and beautiful no craggy knows rises to disturb by its own meaning shadows the symmetry of that calm calm face no vestigial ears project. The mouth is a small perfectly round aperture toothless and Gum Louis joyless Hollis on animal no futile emotions disturbing. It's round nece as it lies. Like the harvest moon or the evening star. In the wide firmament firmament of the face the description presents under irving features as great positives. This future man won't need most of the body parts we hold hold dear such as years or teeth because he relies on intellect alone for survival. He is evolved beyond those animalistic traits that defined the modern biological man such as the need to chew food instead of eating he immerses himself in nutritive fluid paddling about with with his pals instead of sitting down to dinner. No more table manners. Just communal baths the article was accompanied by an illustration of a creature shirt resembling a fetus. Man's future apparently was visually similar to his past as a baby to readers in eighteen ninety. Three the irony of the whole thing was hilarious or meant to be but this portrayal of the man of the year million also present. Something that sounds a whole lot ought like the greys to UFO enthusiasts in the twentieth century the image seems less amusing and more intriguing. uh-huh and what wells did next only increased the intrigue his career accelerated. He went on to author dozens of novels short stories and books of social commentary before he died in nineteen forty six but in generations to come he'd be best known as the father of science. It's fiction one of his most famous Sifi. Texts was the eighteen ninety eight novel. The War of the worlds which documents and alien invasion of earth the main invading race of aliens in the text wasn't the grays but the MARTIANS octopus like creatures made up of a disembodied head. Ed With Sixteen Tentacles clustered next to the beast's mouth but the gres show up in the novel to no longer a description for the evolution of man. Dan Wells transposes his man of the year million into a subjugated alien race that act as food for the dominant Martians in in eighteen ninety eight the grays became aliens interesting late in the novel. Wells referred back to his article on the man of the year million as a prophecy without mentioning that he himself had written it in the context of the book. The article or prophecy was a real world taxed published in eighteen ninety three periodical..

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"gray" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

Extraterrestrial

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"gray" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

"The mist was thick. The air filled with an almost electric crackle of anticipation and the crowd of spectators stared agog at the strange vessel before them a flying saucer illuminated with a million blinking lights. It's they were waiting but they didn't have to wait long. Suddenly a horde of creatures spilled from the mouth of the ship with child sized bodies and enormous heads. They seemed. Almost all is pitch black inky is as unfathomable the mobile and endless as space itself they were sinewy doll like with their androgynous naked figures and they were gray. So goes one of the final scenes of Steven. Spielberg's nineteen seventy seven film close encounters of the third kind and it's fiction but the extraterrestrials it presents are a disturbingly common fiction there. The universally accepted image of alien alien and have been for decades. The image has had remarkable. Staying power is that just coincidence or is there another darker worker reason for the fact that we can't seem to shake these odd creatures. Some people believe there is they believe grays are real walking amongst us. Just half hidden by multinational government conspiracies seeping into the world through stories and strange sightings. Thanks waiting to be found..

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"gray" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

11:54 min | 1 year ago

"gray" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Everybody Leonard Maltin Jessie Nelson Maltin on movies and our guest today for at least to say is this filmmaker James Gray in our house known as my father's man crush tell you well you you've been class at USC USC Grad School guilty guilty as charged and you have been to my class several times I have always provide interest Ding amusing fossil things to say I already light you Leonard it is it is funny some Alex who books all things cinema USC And I joke about the fact that as soon as your name comes up Roy out of my molten is muddled thoughts I embarrassed you know I'm embarrassing myself Arriva jumped out money talk we want we want certainly mention right upfront you're current films Ad Astra that's right starring Brad Pitt and Tommy Lee Jones Donaldson other Wind Ruth Negga very very good cast our love them and they're all really good in the film that's them it's not me I'll have you know you even know it's true you the director casts the thing and then you basically let them do what they do it's very rare that you have to I mean Tommy Lee Jones is much more not going to be able to teach him you know what and getting right into it I've never seen him fragile before it was the first thing when the movie ended my husband by the way loved it obsessed tole oldest friends he's a space nerd so but I I couldn't get over went and say when it finished walked out and I said I don't think I've ever seen Tommy Lee Jones beach fragile or delicate and in this movie he is both and I thought that was really special. We can't talk about it too much because that would perhaps be spoiler alert time talking general I love that you felt that way yeah my whole ambition was not to make like Daddy's Amini not really interesting the idea was dramatically to set up the father as an ogre figure and you're gonNA mythic terms be pretentious for a second but then you know the owner ability is important the idea that ultimately there is a kind of atonement there is a kind of openness willingness to be vulnerable but that's I think what makes for good performances but you know we may be from Mars on this because there is a kind of clarity that comes from he's the villain when the when the actor is doing a kind of a turn as a Baddie but I didn't feel him as a villain I don't either by the way I didn't I just sort of thought that you know we all we all have people in our lives who put work first course and we all have people in our lives who maybe don't behave way we wish they would and so to me it wasn't essay I didn't feel that I didn't feel that he's those of you haven't seen the film and why haven't you yeah those of you who haven't seen the film Brad Pitt Stars as an astronaut an elite corps astronauts always have been always will be her but a guy who is calm level-headed never loses his cool and is kind of a living symbol of the space program in the near future that's right and he is tasked with a very delicate mission that has supersede Britt very classified to go into deep space and tried to make contact with his father who was like him a well known prominent highly regarded astronaut who vanished went missing as they say sixteen years ago and may be responsible for some some strange transmissions is trying to send the Nicholas Brothers out into the unit verse which is the I'm not GonNa say the best part of the movie or it's up there I'll tell you for me well I I'm I don't know whether that's good or bad it's good because I love them so deep that having them pop up on the screen you see the Nicholas Brothers you don't know who the Nicholas Brothers our goal look them up they are two of the most phenomenal performers and Fred astaire I believe I thought they were the greatest dancers in history I mean they they are they kind of are I mean that that is my little oh mas to them I covered them not knowing who they were were I'm sorry to admit this maybe only about ten or twelve years ago and you know what happens when you see their dance routine your jaw hits the ground it's almost like it's not only acrobatics because it's sublime grace it's joy it's amazing I mean that was meant to be you know he's Tommy Lee Jones he says you and I watched black and white music yes but yes the Nicholas Brothers maybe the greatest dance routines ever filmed I and I say this by the way as a huge Fred astaire partisan oh no no they are it's just different in the same way I say don't ask People Buster Keaton Charlie Chaplin don't do that love them both door buster Keaton but gonNa tell you a funny thing as an aside I've decided and this is a fairly recent development in my own musings was pretty sad the way to be in my own head but Charlie Chaplin I've decided is the greatest director in the history movies I was watching with my son we were watching the great dictator which I had not seen for twenty years and they'll he's just turning fourteen and I've been showing them all sorts of films he had an interesting reaction showed him Bonnie hyde recently in very interesting reaction to that which we can talk about in a second but I we watched great great dictator. I don't know how well you remember the film but there's a moment where Paulette Goddard has kept starring Skillet in her hand and she by accident hits chaplain over the head with it and she's leaning out the window and he's in the street and he starts doing this wobbly dance mmm which is unbelievably funny but the camera dollies with him as he's doing this dance move and behind him on all the storefronts are painted the Jewish star says you know you'd you'd and he has catastrophe and comedy tragedy coming the same frame and I kind of want is that nine went okay you're the best you're the best and bowing down now now obviously Buster Keaton is incredible My personal favorite is Shirley opinion but I recognize other people partial to other movies but that one's my favorite and there's incredible self reflect city in the film but she can't the chaplain balancing with with Lauren grins overture balancing the Earth you know and as Hitler I mean that guy made that movie what was that mm forty came out knocking yeah so prescient and he took a lot of heat for making it you know and for releasing because we weren't yet involved in the war brilliant hand he was very it's a remarkable achievement in in many ways as a film that also as a as an act of courage tremendous well he loves chaplain he also loves Keaton by the way all the kids I have three children they all love Keaton so maybe I'm wrong about this because there's something I'm obviously also of Harold Lloyd too short yeah they love her Loyd my son's reaction to Bonnie and Clyde was interesting us he the movie finished and he looked at me and he said daddy with a very troubled look on his face she said daddy that's so dark I don't know how I don't know how to take it in dead it's so dark and he kept saying that over and over it's so dark it's so dark now the funny thing is Bonnie and Clyde very important film for me growing up I remember first seeing it early on television and I remembered thinking how funny it was and watching it again this time it's not funny at all now the movie was every bit as good if not better but was so upsetting to watch and the the ocean of sadness about both the Great Depression and the Vietnam War which of course hangs over the film and I had to kind of explain the historical context to my son a little bit in that respect he knew of the Great Depression actually from school and so he recognized the kind of Theo Lang photograph stuff and he got that but what he didn't get was the Vietnam thing hanging over the movie that this was an expression of this violence was an expression of a kind of an awakening about what was going on and I had to kind of talk him through all of that and then talk them through the new Hollywood the counterculture even He had never seen a movie like that he had been weaned on the avengers he had been weaned on wonder woman that kind Emma where he goes all the time and not the cinema where there's a kind of frankness and a cost and an authenticity or reality silence and he could not take it in it was so but here's the good news I said he didn't really like it that much and he said Daddy I dunno it was good I didn't love it a week later I see him searching for Bonnie and Clyde's car with machine-gun Holes in it on the Internet I see him reading the incline on Wikipedia. I see him noticing billboards for the high women and he says Daddy that's the movie about the guys who caught Bonnie and Clyde so clearly it had a power yeah that's a good thing I saw Bonnie and Clyde for the first time when it was new I was in my late teens and seeing that and just before right around the same time the graduate those two films were the game changers and I experiencing it in real time as I did I can't tell you what a what a credible impact they had sure and and they're both still great films they've held up what they hold up even more if you put them in context if you see them in the context of that period then that's the beginning of the call the new Hollywood late sixties going into the seventies then blossoming of the nineteen seventies and there were so many great filmmakers who came of age in that period the period that we all wish would come back flabbergasting view actually look at the the sheer number of directors and it was not a you know the I guess the darker side of the business hose would be that we we could talk about actually also what was lost in that period which I've come to appreciate more one and also the fact that minorities and women were pretty unrepresented in the kind of a budget movies and in fact.

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"gray" Discussed on Everything is Filk

Everything is Filk

10:01 min | 1 year ago

"gray" Discussed on Everything is Filk

"That's good <unk> and you can from what you told me you can get that demo song on your bank camp page right. It is indeed on my bank campaign so folks can listen to it for free or if they just have some money that they wanna throw mine wind direction. They can do that too but <hes> not necessary. When i played that at dragon con in my show last year <hes> my son and his girlfriend were sitting in the back of the audience and i almost couldn't get through the last verse of the song <hes> because as i was getting to to the last couple of lines i looked up and they were both back there just bawling <hes> <hes> the the they it was they found touching enough that they actually ended up they had grabbed lunch on the way or or or supper on the way and they ended up using all their napkins just wipe tears from their eyes which i shouldn't laugh at. I shouldn't laugh at that at all <hes> but because of that i sort of like oh am i gonna be able to finish singing the song <hes> i'm but i made it through and because it has gotten a lot of a positive response <hes> obviously play in my show that dragon con this year and i'm gonna play it in princess leakiest traveling sideshow as well so so we'll you'll get more and more people <hes> screaming at you to finish a c._d. Finishes yeah and that's okay too. I i would like to do that. I really would <hes> i in the fellow who i worked with breath before on my previous cds <hes> he he had his shoulder surgery or he was going in for shoulder surgery. I don't remember exactly exactly which and so you know. I knew that there is this is kind of hard for him to yeah i think so too <hes> <hes> to hopefully we can do that before next year. There's nothing <hes> well. We're going to see a dragon on just a few weeks so <hes>. Do you have your schedule. <hes> at least mostly finalized mostly finalized yeah <hes> my friday afternoon noon is just packed <hes> i'm on a couple of panels in the the what track is that it's one of the literature trek science <unk> fantasy literature or science fiction literature or writing track or something. I don't remember okay <hes> a couple of different things. I'm i'm on a panel with david weber and chris rock e._e._o. Jack campbell campbell on world building which should be a lot of fun. That's at one o'clock friday afternoon. Then my solo concert is four o'clock friday the afternoon <hes> in the in the filc room at the at the high net. I'm playing round of to tell the truth <hes> with the some of the other author type people after that and then after that so it's like one one thing thing after another after another <hes> but the other big event that i'm on friday is princess. Aletha is traveling sideshow in this is actually the tenth year that aletha contests has a brought together a bunch of authors in folks to <hes> participate with her <hes> as part of the it's always over in the young adult track in the marriott but leanna rene hieber and john harkness and misty massey and i think mike mason is gonna be there again this year <hes> so it's always a lot of fun <hes> and i'm always pleased when aletha invites me back <hes> to it a couple years ago i wrote a theme song for for her side show and and between that and tontons to glory is always one that they request because i they just like to to to do the little <hes> writing tontons dance in the background <hes> but it's always a lot a lot of fun <hes> and then the other big event that i have is just helping out at the bane books traveling slide show <hes> on saturday afternoon and otherwise otherwise i'll be spending a lotta time <hes> in the room and <hes> buddy of mine is coming with me to dragon con to his first dragon agan khan and very excited about that so i'll be probably taking a little time to do some <hes> fan related do things with him. Although i did sign up to <hes> to play a stint in art show just to do background music in the art show nice. You think little of this little of that. That's the way it goes excellent. Well sounds good and <hes> yana yeah. I guess i guess we'll see in a few weeks. Thanks for coming on the podcast and talk and i i appreciate it. I appreciate your time always a pleasure and look forward to seeing you and all the rest of the fine folk at dragon con cup in a couple of weeks. It's it's hard for me to conceive that you know two weeks from today as we're taping this. I'll need to be eh making sure. All of my stuff is packed getting it getting the car and go the next day. I'm farther away than you. I'll i'll be on the road probably so but yeah yeah travel safely because we want to get there and get back again. That's why i take like my time. I learned a long time ago that to travel is crazy when you're doing a lot of gigs and doing going all these places so you stop and smell smell the flowers you be a tourist you <hes> <hes> take your time. Don't rush don't <hes> <hes> kill yourself trying to get there as fast as you can and just relax listened audiobooks and there you <hes> that's my whole plan and stop when i want to and i see something interesting. I think i'll stop and look at it and give.

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"gray" Discussed on Everything is Filk

Everything is Filk

11:18 min | 1 year ago

"gray" Discussed on Everything is Filk

"Hello and welcome to everything filc. I'm here with gray reinhard yay. Oh man yeah it's <hes> you're back at dragon con again this year right. That is the plan with who and <hes> let's see you. You claim that you haven't done much over the past year but a talking with you a little earlier. It seems like you've actually done a bit and you got a lot on your plate. Well i try to keep busy see but i feel as if i haven't been as productive. Maybe as i have been in in other years well. That's always always feel good if i can can get at least one story or something published in a year and and this year i didn't have a short story. Come out in an anthology gucci so at check that block block and i feel like even though i haven't released a new album or rip rip finished writing a new book or anything like that that i've at least you know made some progress while you said you were working on a new book so you are. You're at least working on it right. That is true. <hes> yeah i started close to the beginning of the year <hes> trying in writing a fantasy novel this time <hes> and actually i won't go into the nitty gritty details because the idea for it is a couple couple years old. Actually i finally figured out how to do it <hes> and in that time probably written about fifty fifty thousand words with so. It's i'd say it's almost half done on <hes> and if i can maintain that pace it means that that i would finish it <hes> early next year <hes> to wish me luck definitely good luck. I mean that sounds like if you can get that done. You'd have it by next. Dragon gone right. Oh probably not though they publishing works <hes> i would like to say that by next day khan i might have interested publisher in producing it okay okay <hes> but certainly it would not be ready for <hes> for purchase or anything like that just because the process says of developmental edits and cover art and everything that goes into <hes> taking a manuscript all the way okay through to production. I would need to be finished with the book now. Oh wow in order to really make that process assis work <hes> to its to its full so it takes at least a year from being done with the book to being being able to <hes> being able to have it fully published in ready for purchase and often longer depending on <hes> bill exactly what the what the publishing schedule is like <hes> if it's a small publisher <hes> <hes> like the folks who brought out my <hes> my science fiction novel <hes> <hes> yeah a year a little less than a year is doable <hes> because they don't do a lot of titles and the the the whole process is relatively streamlined for a bigger publisher <hes> it may be a year and a half <hes> and it may be even even longer depending on if i if they accept the manuscript but then they want changes if they say oh you know here in the third act <hes> we would really rather sure that are we think it would make a better story if you did this and then if i have to go back and rewrite part of it then it just lengthens that whole time with the editing process and everything yeah right right and this is one that i i hope that i will be able to interest <hes> a small press or even possibly a bigger press <hes> in in in publishing this just because since i work for a publisher i'm aware of the value that a good publisher brings to to any project so is that normal to look for different publishers depending on what you're writing the general question that you that you stick with your one publisher publisher of for the books that right but <hes> well it used to be back in the back in the good old days that the you know if an author published one novel or when series of novels with publisher then <hes> there might be a contractual part that says you know that that publisher gets the chance to publish the next thing that the author writes okay <hes> that that's not as standard i'll say as it used to be not as common <hes> now it's not that i have a bad ed relationship with my publisher <hes> but they publish as as as i have observed they publish more more of the more on the lines of science fiction than on the fantasy side project <hes> and while i think they would do a fine job <hes> i because i already worked for a publisher i feel that in the same way that i gave and i worked for bain books because i gave bain right of first refusal on my science fiction novel i i feel as if i o bain right of first refusal on everything i write simply because i work for them pretty much full time yeah <hes> <hes> as a contractor but but nevertheless they are my primary <hes> client and so if if <hes> as it went with the science fiction novel that they say hey this is a pretty good book but it's just not quite for us then i would probably probably go back to the word fire and let them have have a shot at it. <hes> although i've a friend of mine who has his own imprint has already expressed some interest in it so oh that's a nice feeling yes but <hes> but but i still feel as if i owe it to bain in particular <hes> to give them right of first refusal got up at <hes> <hes> and and if they were to pick it up that would be great to a fair enough now. It's just interesting a will things behind the scenes. People don't really think about and i would not have thought about it except the kind of immersed i in that world naturally well okay so doing doing well with a book that you're writing and but you also mentioned before the <hes> you came out with an audiobook over the last year right down that is true <hes> my science fiction novel walking on the sea of cloud that as i mentioned word fire press published in twenty seventeen mm-hmm <hes> this past spring audio book for that was released and folks have been very complimentary of the the production quality <hes> and in particular <hes> the because because the book involves a cast of characters that is fairly international okay <hes> the narrator had some accent accent work required to differentiate one character's voice from another and i personally think she did an excellent job. I'm in other folks have have agreed. I'm very happy about this. Great great. You know audio books as far as the publishing publishing of those go does that go through your standard publisher does that go through something completely different well in this case <hes> word fire press press. <hes> took it upon themselves to to head up the production of of audio book <hes>. They're not an audio book producer themselves so they went through <hes> a._c. Ex <hes> which is they produce a lot of audiobooks could also have gone through audible and some other places <hes> but <hes> i got involved in the process early on in in that they would send me the the auditions that people did <hes> 'cause they put out a call for auditions and i i let a lot of my friends know people. I've worked on audio productions with <hes>. Hey you know my my my book is going to be done in audio. If you wanna do it you need to do an audition and several folks <hes> told me that they would have liked to but they had other commitments and i was fine with that <hes> but so we ended up getting about six different different auditions in and i was able to express my opinion and say you know these are i would rate rate them one to six in this order and they they went with a the one that i thought the audition was the best oh good <hes> but the insider baseball part of that was that they didn't know what i knew at the time and that was that this particular audition was from my daughter. Oh aw.

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Pat Gray Unleashed

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"gray" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Gray unleashed. So we got this. Story. I thought I was paranoid. But now, I'm a hundred percent sure. Our phones are listening to say this, and I've got proof Jeffey isn't amused by maranda FOX there. Br maranda NOx NOx in socks in. Fox rocks thoughts FOX you didn't do box. Lux Lux, see is that that comes later in the book. Are we alone you ever been talking about a pair of trainers or holiday destination? And then suddenly you see an advertisement for that precise thing pop up on social media. I have and thank you we've gotten calls. Thank you listeners like this. Yes, we have. So as incredible as it sounds. It might be because our phones or secretly spying on us. There seems to be a theme to this section of the show. They're listening, man. It's a question. I've been asked for a while after seeing advertisements for things I've been talking about but not searching popping up on my phone. Well, we're all used to targeted ads seeing pictures of things we've just searched for appearing in add spaces on the websites. We visit many people think advertisers and phone companies are taking this one step further. So what happened was ran a little experiments. She did a little experiment with her phone. Yeah. Pulled together a list of topics business cards, spandex vegan food stuff. I'd never googled before. And began talking about them in earshot of my phone. I made sure my phone's microphone was turned on in all my apps and kept using social media like Facebook and Instagram in exactly the same way. Well, obviously, this is going to you know, where it's going. Absolutely. Yeah. Within days. I was in dated with ads related to these keywords. I I got an advertisement. Offering fifty percent off my first purchase of business cards something. I'd never thought about or searched for before. But had talked about with a friend with my phone on just.

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"gray" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"gray" Discussed on Now Try This

"But it's always almost kinda hard like this's and they call each other their person they never call each other best friend friend. They the and it's almost like they don't. They aren't even friends at some points. It's there you're my person so like that one person because you need that one person to call when you you're goku jetta nailed it. Everything relates to anime. That's rule eighty nine of the internet. I don't know if it is but that's a more like piccolo and goku out. Okay yeah legitimately hates goku. No g loves goku not true. They're best best friends. I don't think it might be a little more now. Come on their best buy. That's that's driving while super wuzzy pickle pickle okay which is basically what was later. A full transition happens but needs to take on child and raise him himself and train him to be a fighter. He did his own son. Know someone else's. That's how it works mrs piccolo. You know you think piccolo fox. Oh wait. aren't they like a sexual. Yeah so i stand by my yes anything else you have to say about. And then the show ends with the absolute ends with you finding out. Her rather has also timer. This long story lines important throughout the whole show interesting scary disease for me very secure terrifying my step. Grandma had it he he. He was growing up so he was crazy. Manila upstairs. You know fucking hispanic families as a hispanic and and co worker is also like puerto rican and we talk all the time about like just the crazy shit that hispanic families just like this guy. He's crazy one. He's just a crazy one like you find out. He has like alzheimer's. And you're like wait. And anybody. Just say that i would have understood that. Say that wasn't home and we have a nurse coming just like on the walls. I didn't know why am i looking back. That wasn't nice. yeah. I also had almost no interaction with one hundred percents because he was sick. Yeah why telling me. I would have been nice shit so thing. It is totally and other races tosses. That happened you to other races. Toss tweeted us. Let us know. Do you have other excellent other races of humans. Puerto rico puerto rico. Just crazy man living upstairs. You have greasy relatives just living in your apartment for no reason. Let us know there was never just new and your mom and your dad never never somebody cousins and uncles and aunts and some people just coming over and be like. We're going to stay for a week and then years later jeff. Marcus yes does my name like the show. Don't wear it out. Ooh any final thoughts. Before i actually. Yes i do to go back. I do like the title of the show. See like the show. no. I don't would you recommend the show. I would one hundred and recommend the show if you like medical. This is the medical drama. Yeah it does. It's the best at what it does. If you were a fan of if you were like house a lot i feel like i feel like this is probably up those people's alley percent now.

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"gray" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"gray" Discussed on Now Try This

"But i'm going to go through. It is true. Roy and guess what that doctor is. Dr knows. dick notes edison. The a shows up. Oh really that was their wife. It's crazy yeah and mary is. He was laying in bed with someone. Is he married her meredith now see. I couldn't even talk one of the first episode. You see derek Then a couple of episodes into the first season at his shows up. She's a kind of madison. I'm his wife and he's like. Oh jason soon hijinks one. One season's climactic scene has made with gray now able to remove her hand from the body of a patient because if she does the bomb inside we'll go. That sounds so stupid but it sounds like this show that one point he got and beginning is going to be my only point. Because i'm gonna say this is true is true yes starts in one of the doctors the x ray and then he takes off his classes and looks to one of the residences to everybody hits a code black and it's like all the senior people know what that means other it's like what's it called black. What's it called. Black news is a bomb in the goddamn hospital. That's inside the guy even more fun fact. The reasoning is a bomb and because him and his friends were civil orien- actors and they all time grenade launcher that accidentally shot him in his thing. But it never went off three his stupid guest starring in a dramatic role a former child star lindsay lohan shows up as a schizophrenic sister of derek. Who attacks meredith. Who i want to say. This is true because that's really good and part of me is curious if you just said the craziest thing and they're all true dead. Be crazy Wasn't i will say i thought about doing that. But you would have caught on the fourth and more game. Yeah but i thought about doing that. Because i could. Yeah yeah yeah or did. I and i'm telling you this story off either way. I don't care. I'm gonna say false. Because a i don't know if anybody would cast lindsay lohan as an adult. I made us up. Ready meredith starts the show without any siblings but ends up with total four. We.

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"gray" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"gray" Discussed on Now Try This

"Does you think they feel like a lot of time. There's a lot of oops and it's like wow we're here. Yeah that's fair honestly. Oops and then. I'm sure some of them are divorced because they know that. I said i thought you were you. Were you feel like one of them. Yes one of them says no. And then there's an oopsy married you might as well have the happened in superhero. Also really spoilers fuck behind kid. Can't someone someone else doesn't want to get lexi. Maybe it is while but that's all interesting now. I you got me running around in circles. yeah. I'm also show. And then the and then episode wraps up with kelly having big dramatic moment of a big song big number. Yeah she saved babies born. I would watch a medical superhero drama with dr midnight. Upgrading superheroes i thought. The letter wasted opportunity. Netflix's had because the way they structure their shows. They can do whatever they want. They can make christmas special. They have now done realize they can't have done so some things. Why didn't they have a night nurse. Special like was aro dawson running between all the superheroes and and but it was like really like her birthday and like just super simple writing one birthday. No one knows. But she's got to keep saying and ends up at the end all israel's common they appreciate it is super easy. It's like three days of filming. Everyone would have loved it. Yeah like this is why we comic books de no no then got and everything i cancel. Yeah so we don't know forever see more punisher. Even the first season those are. I really did like the show but it wasn't it. Didn't i just it just so slow. That's fair which was so slow. They're devils not slow. It was the beginning but now season three and daredevil dublin punisher the best everything just a strong season one was great to dockery. Yeah but well. Marcus we've will receive talking about other shows you like instead of good because this is a better. Is there anything with musical episode. Let me look that. I have hidden in my sleeve you reveal. Are you satisfied about the whole episode. Now do your pocket too Too many relationships doctors to andro. She's sucks sandra. Oh's avi super smart. I hate hospital and saifi babble. They're just saying shit. That means nothing to the audience is a strange part of hospital shows. They do it all the time. And it's like a ninety. I would say ninety percent but like fifteen percent of the entire dialogue of an episode of a hospital..

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"gray" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"gray" Discussed on Now Try This

"Like good and he had to save five times. Yeah he was like you know you know which is good because that'll known showed like oh. Kelly must be cool personnel. Everyone fucking wants to be my guy. The stories with kelly she She interesting what does he do. She's real great. Give me give me a kelly okay. So our life she is a orthopedic attending surgeon so she works bones. She's a little crass and little hard edged at one point. Just boehner get it because bones bones owner. She's living hospital chaikin surgeries i and she meets. George oh my god george. Quirky and like lonely in like saturday. No george you do know george. He's the one you probably hit the most guy from one. yeah nice. Yeah and guess what we're going to get married. Oh man no we g- we get married. Oh man but oh other reasons. We're not going to get married. Oh man now. I'm a lesbian. Got damn oh man and then she makes another girl realize she's a lesbian and then she's like i love you in kelly's like ooh beg off your first lady she leaves and then she gets another lady in arizona but she's like nah arizona You want to go to africa to save. I don't wanna go to africa. We gotta break up slow man. Fuck me jesus comes back. it's terrible. I hate it. Ever go without you. I'm back and she's like off and then she's like you know what it'll be my baby to car accident. I'm like you're i can't. I never wanna watch related to the show. Never talked to me about man you ask. Oh jeez i regret it and then after that we go to Sloan's all upset and we get a little more lexi. You know alexia. She is super girl sister from. Yeah yeah but even before that. We like the chickens dying on the table. Yeah you know you you take me through. The there's two people are talks this five yang whatever same and some dude with hickey and some other lady there watching was supposedly one of their friends. Dying on the table. And don't like nick. You gotta hickey ou. And they're like doing that shit. I'm like are you fucking serious. Show does that a lot. I was like the show. People are dying relationships and stuff like yeah fuck in. Let let the moment breathe a little bit. Yeah i want to sit down. Feel the fact that this is like a crazy situation that everyone cares about her. Feel like those people are assholes are in the show. that's why now. Yeah not even like. I felt like i didn't even feel like you're assholes percentage felt like it was weird it just out of place. Yeah you know like if they were more like..

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"gray" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"gray" Discussed on Now Try This

"Started. I was like oh she sees a flip blah blah blah. And i was like. Oh i hate. This is the reason because the show because these shows when the have this gives you a cheap reason for drama automatically instead of earning it like in another show like this is a short earn the earns every foot bless is like someone's dying okay the stakes immediately. It's like i have the disease and it's like oh no oh my god like how many main characters have had major disease at some point like i'm assuming at least five. We'll get into that. Don't you worry like it's just that kind of thing with medical research and just got a brain to miranda of course fucking course and then i was like other than scrubs that shows the best. It's the only medical show this is it. Okay slow to advocate with kelly. This dude says he doesn't understand what doesn't he understand. How a baby is made the doctor. He should know that no he knows. Arizona and kill you. I didn't know that i was taking my notes. And then after that song arizona. I asked her to marry me more. I never okay so white lady asked me to marry her. And kelly's pregnant sloan's kid now you got it got. That's the ticket i made. The red headed guy starts to sing. And he's amazed what is and he's really voice so he's pulling kelly into the i guess and then he starts singing and then there. There's so many fucking doctors at this hospital. isn't this all the main characters the show. I mean there's a couple nurses can adamy where like you can immediately tell who the main characters are ademi. Okay i know all the main characters. there's a lot. Yeah if like. Oh these are all the main characters because there's the there's the head of cardio and have brains general and there's a head of can still funny because every hospital if you know any nurses or anything that work in hospitals every fucking hospitals always understaffed and so all. The doctors are in this one room with this lady. Who doesn't need that many doctors in the room while they they like. How many nations fucking dying on rooms. They wave that away. Because this hospitals i love the center. So it's it's the one like it's you could hospitals go to if you're actually heard don't fucking tell me what hostels i go to. Nick i wanna fuck it go to level one level two low three trauma do it if you go to the little three trauma the shitty ones you to. They're not going to if somebody's action. Medevac you over to this hospital. Great my point fact immediately to level when my point being that it's it's it's it's i think it's high end because because you know we're not used to being you don't pity i guess so but still i feel like even the best hospitals like still understaffed. Well it's doctors. People singing would made me happy. Was that immediately. The doctor was like fuck out here. There's three people and i was like. Yeah.

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"gray" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"gray" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Gray only on the blaze radio network aunt grade is here please radio network and thank you for being here as well triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three also at pat unleashed we got this from from han greek now this is from piltdown posse yeah evolution is called people animals for hundreds of years and nobody bats an eye donald trump calls ms thirteen animals in the world loses his mind for sure and you know the media's making it sound like donald trump made a comment that all illegal immigrants were animals he was talking about gang members it's ludicrous listen to what he had we have people coming into the country trying to come in with stopping a lot of but we'll take in people out of the country you wouldn't believe how bad these people these are people he's our animals the country at a level rate that's never happened before and because of the week lows they come in fast we thank you.

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"gray" Discussed on Talking Politics

Talking Politics

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"gray" Discussed on Talking Politics

"John gray is written a very wide range of books including stru dokes the silence of animals and most recently the so in the marionette which is about human freedom and we make it onto human freedom a bit later but i think we should stop with politics guillemots our subject matter though we always gets onto bigger themes to john you wrote recently oath jeremy corbyn and the political phenomenon that surrounds him that this is i'm parking populism for the middle classes and there's a whistle as while comment about weapons instaed somewhere ends but he's not usually thought of as a middle class phenomenon what do what exactly did you mean by that whatever populism is and as you well know there are many questions about the legitimacy of the very idea and and what it applies to i don't think it should be restricted to those sections of the population thoughtful mainly political but to some extent also cultural reasons have been marginalised from the political process i think there are some superficial symptoms of populism which coburn ism clearly possesses for example ecstatic mass rallies called a personality the use of vaguely defined but very enticing policies which are targeted at particular groups who in this case not the poor old those whom mouldering in some derelict zone of the economy and society but in this case the very large numbers of graduates in a highly expanded higher education system who was delivering under heavy debt so it has some of the aspect solve almost of a.

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