35 Burst results for "Grays"
AP News Radio
Corey Seagar hits grand slam in 8-run 4th, Rangers beat Orioles 12-2
"The rangers exploded for an 8 run fourth inning and went on to beat the Orioles 12 to two. Corey Seager hit his third career Grand Slam in the inning and Robbie Grossman added a two run shot. John gray went 7 innings to earn his 5th win. He says he could relax after the fourth inning. It makes it easy. The whole field of the game changed after that. So I feel like there really really flipped the flip the switch and made almost on our side after that. You know, we just got to go plug baseball. Jason and Rodriguez gave up 6 earned runs and fell to two and two, adley rushman homered for the Orioles. Craig heist Baltimore
CoinDesk Podcast Network
Tornado Cash Attacker Submits Proposal to Undo Attack
"Kind of got an odd one to start the day off with Wendy O, what's going on with tornado cash? This one's kind of crazy. So apparently, yesterday, there was an attacker that took over tornado cashed out with vote fraud. The token apparently dumped 40%, but the attacker offered to undo the attack, which is all very interesting considering what's happened with tornado cash. So the latest update, the attacker submitted a proposal that would undo the changes to the Dow if the proposal passes the malicious code that the attacker integrated into the protocol will be removed and the governance of tornado caches down will go back to token holders, voting closes May 26th and apparently torn was up 10% on this news. It was really bizarre that this happened on a Sunday, but I feel like a lot of the crypto news is starting to come out on Sundays from what we've seen this last year. Will you're a little bit more technical than I am. Do you want to talk about this a bit? I mean, it kind of seems like I should put my tinfoil crown on. I don't know though. Anything with tornado cash, you definitely should. An interesting problem for tornado cash started going back two or three years to their torn token, which they launched to kind of be like all the other products out there to have a Dow to be a DeFi protocol that has some sort of governance scheme, it was a very hot topic. Also give some liquidity for early people who invested in tournament cash protocol and wanted to get some money for what they built. Unfortunately, for a product for their cash, a token really didn't make sense because of the privacy implications. And now we're seeing even further issues where it seems the governance wasn't set up correctly. There were some bugs involved with it. And someone was able to exploit the underlying code to mint themselves a bunch of new tokens and then take over the entire governance scheme. They essentially meant to themselves so many tokens that the only vote that mattered was their votes. Now we're seeing something that I don't think many people thought would occur and that is that the person now in control of governance might undo everything they did. And just sort of show that this was a white hack or maybe a gray hack, a torn token has been down on the news, but it has been back up since by about 10% since the news about the possible reconfiguration and governance has been going through.
AP News Radio
Seager's hitting and Gray's pitching lead Rangers to 11-5 win over Rockies
"Texas Rangers defeated the Colorado Rockies 11 to 5 red out rangers tenth win in their last 14 games. Rangers built up an 8 zero lead against loser Kyle friedland after two innings for in the first four in the second and never looked back. Texas manager Bruce bochy continues to be impressed with his offense. It's a deep lineup and just gets contagious with these guys and early, you know, they just kept applying the pressure and we have some great at bats, some clutch hitting. Corey Seager and Ezekiel Durant homered for Texas, Robbie Grossman at three RBIs, John gray got the win 5 innings one run ball against his former team. Bob Stephens, Arlington, Texas
AP News Radio
Outman hits grand slam to propel Dodgers to 7-3 victory over Twins
"James outman hit a 7th inning Grand Slam that lifted the Dodgers to a 7 to three win over the twins with two out and the score tied at three outman connected off Emilio pagan. That was a good feeling. It was good to come up big in a big spot right there. Pagan walked in the tying run before giving up the slam to outman Minnesota's Byron buxton and Joey Gallo hit solo homers, twins ace, Sonny gray lasted only four innings allowing two runs, Bruce dargo got the win. Mark Myers, Los Angeles
AP News Radio
On the front lines of the writers strike, meet the true rat czar of NYC: Scabby the Rat
"A ten foot tall inflatable gray rat has been the mascot of union protests, and he's making an appearance at the writer's strike in New York City. Scabby the rat with his beady eyes shark teeth and big belly is what screenwriter Lisa cron was greeted with, her first day walking her first picket line. I was thrilled to see that we were being chaperoned by scamming the rat. The inflatable rat was dreamed up in the 80s by a Chicago union now. They're everywhere, says Marty flash with NYC district council of carpenters who gets lots of questions. They think it might have something to do with an infestation of rats. And I explain no, not at all. It's to imply that a rat contract, there is not paying their workers the fair pay. Scabby rats now have QR codes to inform the public of their purpose. Julie Walker, New York
Your Daily Prayer
Unlocking True Joy
"But the fruit of the spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self control. Against such things there is no law, galatians 5, 22 23. I know what it's like to feel joyless in the dark gray days of life. My Midwest winters blanket my world with snow and gray skies, and I can feel the joy seep out of me. I try and catch it, but it's like trying to hold water in my bare hands. It seems like joy plays hide and seek and I can not find it. I grow irritable, which doesn't help me feel joyous. I think it will return when springtime comes in the barren ground turns to green, and the sky transitions to a brilliant blue. But is joy dependent on the seasons? We grow frustrated when we attempt to conjure joy in our own ways. It feels fake and we develop a wrong belief about it because we've tainted it with our own effort and strength. God is full of joy and delights to share it with us, but how do we grow joy in our life? How do we stop relying on ourselves for it and let circumstances dictate its presence in our lives? I'm a failed gardener. I dream of having a beautiful flower bed with the weeds one. Except for one plant, a pink yarrow. It grew profusely and spread beyond the flower bed and into the grass. It's soft, feathery leaves remind me that it will grow no matter what I do to it. John 15 one through 17 tells us that to bear fruit we must abide in Jesus. Since joy is a fruit, then abiding in him must be key to joy. Not our circumstances.
The Doug Collins Podcast
The Reality of Law and Order With Former US Attorney Jay Town
"Think TV and opinion have affected our legal community more than we're willing to talk about. We believe now that Law & Order that you have a case solve a case within an hour. The CSIs of the world are great to watch on TV, but now, for prosecutors, you know, they're expected to bring in the 3D hieroglyphic, you know, model to show you exactly. That just doesn't exist. And I can remember being in court and listening to the opening statements of my prosecutor Friends, right? Even if I might say, look, you know, the folks that sit in CSI. We're not going to have this. This is the evidence we're going to present the evidence. I mean, is it just the short attention span or does that affect how we now view some of these bigger cases in which, you know, I mean, I know you've heard as well as I have. Well, Trump's going to jail next week. No, he's not. Even if he, I mean, we're a year away from a trial. If it ever happens at all. Yeah, Trump's not going to prison at all. And there's a lot of reasons for that, but even if he's convicted, that's not a thing. Yet, no, you know, the CSI effect is what we call it. You sort of aptly described it and you know I live in a district. So just, you know, I was a marine judge advocate for 12 years. I was a state prosecutor in Alabama for 13 and then the U.S. attorney during the Trump administration and now I'm vice president general counsel, gray analytics, which is a government contractor, cyber mostly here in Huntsville, Alabama. And in Huntsville, you have all of these PhDs and all these electrical and software engineers, right? And part of the definition of beyond a reasonable doubt is there's not a mathematical certainty. That's not in the definition. It's just that something that you would rely on in your life as being true.
AP News Radio
Brooks Koepka a major presence again, leads the Masters
"A resurgent Brooks Koepka has taken a commanding three shot lead at a weather short and second round at the masters, kept committing the bad weather with a second round 67 that lifted him to 12 under for the tournament. There he leads John ran by the three shots, but the Spaniard is amongst more than a third of the field unable to finish their second rounds. They face an early resumption on day three U.S. amateur champion Sam Bennett is in the Clubhouse fullback at 8 under after two remarkable rounds of 68 gray omegas, Augusta
AP News Radio
Olson homers twice, Strider Ks 9, Braves beat Nationals 7-1
"Matt Olson hit two of the braves four home runs on the day to back the pitching of Spencer strider as Atlanta beat the national 7 to one. Ronald Acuna junior and Olsen hit back to back solo homers to start the game off that starter and loser Josiah gray. Strider gave up three hits and struck out 9 over 6 innings of work. To go out there and just have a lead before we even recorded an out. I mean, that was great. And they play great defense too. So it's fun to play with those guys. Marcelo zuna also homered gray allowed three of the home runs and gave up 5 runs over 5 innings. Ruiz homered for the nationals. Craig heist, Washington.
The Trish Regan Show
Larry Elder Shares His Takeaways From the Recent Education Numbers
"When you look at the numbers that we recently got on the education front, and we learned that American students fell so significantly behind during those lockdowns and shutdowns and schools, there weren't in action. What we also learned was that so many students in very poor areas, minority areas, areas that were run by Democrats, they fared much worse than the rest of the country. Is there a takeaway there that people should remember? Absolutely. And again, you look at a place like Baltimore, a Baltimore is where Freddie gray died in police custody a few years ago. The number one and number two people running the police department were black. The people who are in charge of both the county and the city public schools were black. The mayor black, 6 of the officers, three of the 6 officers who were charged were black. The state attorney who blocked the charges against the officers was black. A judge before whom two of the officers tried their cases with black, by the way, he found them not guilty. City council all democratic majority black. The U.S. attorney at the time, Loretta lynch was black. The president at the time with black Barack Obama. And we're talking about systemic racism. I'm reminded of the joke that Wanda Sykes once said, how are you going to complain about the man when you are the man? And you're finding this over and over again and in Baltimore, 13, I'm not making this up, Trish, 13 public high schools involved in the inner city, 0% of the kids are math proficient. And another half a dozen were only 1% of the kids are Mac proficient. That's almost half of all the public high schools in Baltimore were either 0% of the kids or math proficient or only 1% bar. This is absolutely horrific.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
What's Special About Jacob Gray's AR Platform?
"Just too many AR platforms out there? What's special about Jacob gray's ARs? Well, Jacob grey, you know, when I started Jacob, we were aerospace machine shop. We still are at airspace machine shop to this day. And so we build everything in house out of billet. No forgings, no castings, and so basically during the COVID and aerospace industry took a dive a couple of years ago. I decided to kind of pivot my shop so that I would not have to lay any of these great American workers off and so I sold everything out and pivoted toward guns and I knew that I could design the guns to benefit the American people to be a little bit more accurate than possibly what they're using. And so that's kind of how it started and it grew from there. I've built 19 11s for about 12 years. Built those up and so I started playing around in the black gun market, the AR-15, the AR ten, the 9 millimeter. So when we developed those guns and put them out there in the fields, everybody was pretty pleased with how they turned out, so I decided to go full force with it. And I'm proud to say in the last two years, we've grown that business almost a $1 million over one year. So much so that we're going to be moving to a new facility here in about three months to accommodate the growth and hire some more, the more employees and looking forward to the future, I've got a great team around me. I've got a great sales of marketing theme that are helping me push this thing. And we've got a couple of new products coming out. This summer, the Jacob grey 1911 double stack.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Dr. Daniel Amen Describes How Alcohol Damages Your Brain
"There's two topics that sometimes my target demographic college kids don't like it when I talk about the negatives of drinking and marijuana. Let's start with drinking, is it true that if you drink too much or drink to excess or even drink at all that it can damage your brain? Any drinking, any alcohol has been shown to disrupt the white matter in your brain. So gray matter is brain cell bodies. White matter is brain cell tracks, or it's the highways in your brain. And alcohol is poison. I mean, everybody should know that. Drink too much can't walk a straight line, walk in a straight line as brain function. Drink too much, you say stupid things, you act like an idiot. Well, inhibiting is a brain function. But there's so many reasons that alcohol is bad for a developing brain because it disrupts a process called myelination, your brain constantly is putting down this white fatty substance called myelin that causes your brain to mature. And so if you're drinking at 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 22, you're delaying and sometimes permanently damaging the maturity of the brain. Not to mention last year, and I didn't talk about alcohol for 30 years ever since I started looking at the brain. Last year, I wrote a blog called I told you so. The American Cancer Society came out against any alcohol because any alcohol increases your risk of 7 different types of cancer.
AP News Radio
Fire breaks out at building near White House, no injuries
"A fire broke out today at a historic building next to The White House. Workers were told to evacuate but no injuries were reported after a fire at the Eisenhower executive office building this morning by half past 8 all was calm on the grounds. The large gray tower was finished in 1888, it stands next to the west wing and houses White House workers, the ceremonial offices of the vice president, and notable spaces like the Indian treaty room, District of Columbia fire and emergency medical services tweeted that a defective cooling motor in the basement was the cause of the fire in 2007 then vice president Dick Cheney's offices were damaged by a fire and a marine reportedly suffered injuries punching through a 5th floor window to escape. Jennifer King, Washington
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Red Dawn: A Look Back at the Actors in This Cold War Masterpiece
"Let's start with the stars. Let's talk about the acting, the fact that these were kids, it was the first movie for Charlie Sheen, Swayze is the leader's jet. Told us, as an actor, talk to us, the performances. Yeah, I mean, these guys were young. They were all young in the behind the scenes documentary. They were all talking about how they didn't know what they were doing. You know, Swayze was the only one with any real experience. And so he kind of quasi trained the other actors. And milius said to Swayze call him off and said, you're my general, you're my lieutenant. So I'm not going to talk to these kids. You're in charge. You are in the wilderness in the mesa. And you have to be the father figure. And what was crazy was that I think Patrick Smith says he had got frostbite. And they all talked about that. They were all just dying. Right. I mean, legitimately like freezing to death and but they were so passionate about making movies and being actors and stuff they were willing to suffer through that and it seemed to me like they'd never ever again after that experience such a difficult shoot. This is the first thing I wrote down when I watched because I love them. I actually like the making. I'm such a geek. I love the making of more than I like the movies sometimes. And they interviewed every character sir Thomas Howell Thomson gray, Swayze. Every single one of these kids said it was horrific, literally frostbite, and they say it was the greatest experience I've had working in a movie. How crazy is that? Running around. I loved every second of it. Learning how to shoot machine guns. Took them to actually shoot real machine guns, see Thomas Hal turns out. He's a country kid who knew how to ride. He taught them all how to be cowboys. It's just funny because he doesn't look like. No, but if you see at the end, the horse handling, the way Swayze is controlling that horse, the way Leah, these people look by the end of the movie. Pros, like, rough riders.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
The Attempt to Sue Kyle Rittenhouse Is Going Nowhere
"Kyle rittenhouse, who was acquitted on charges of first degree murder. And in fact, I quit it of all charges, criminally, is now being in civil court sued by one gauge grosskreutz. This is the guy that rittenhouse shot, apparently it was a body blow, but I think he shot him in the leg or in the arm. And this guy is suing to get money. He wants apparently $10 million. He's not just suing retinal, he's suing the city of Kenosha, Kenosha county, police officers, the former Kenosha county sheriff, the former Kenosha police chief. And he basically says that gay Royce Royce says that he was just an innocent guy. He was just there, he had his hands in the air when he was shot in the bicep quote, leaving a gaping wound, let me go through this. Plaintiff gauge grey screws approach defend and rittenhouse with his hands up. Pleading with him to stop his shooting rampage without provocation or any legal justification defendant rittenhouse shot at grosskreutz from point bank range, hitting him in the arm, thankfully, grosskreutz survived. Now this is actually an untrue account of events and my source for recognizing that it's untrue is none other than one gauge grosskreutz. Let's go back to the criminal trial and by the way, all this evidence from the criminal trial completely admissible in the civil trial. So in the in the criminal trial, grosskreutz admitted. That he pointed a firearm at rittenhouse. A firearm that he brought to Kenosha, a firearm that he apparently possessed illegally. So rittenhouse's firearm was legal, but grosskreutz firearm was illegal.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Pete Buttigieg Finally Visited East Palestine
"Mayor Pete finally showed up today, I know they're so surprised you. It has not gone well. We've got a video clip that you're going to want to see. A reporter. Trying to interview him as he's walking with very grim faced. It's kind of a gray cloudy day. It looks like in east Palestinian. But gray and cloudy would describe the mood he must be in, finally being shamed into going to east Palestinian. And he's there, you know he dreads being there because he got kind of shamed into going. Sarah Gonzalez and Savannah Hernandez came up and when they saw mayor Pete, he's walking along with some looks like some state troopers and there's some officials there. And they're asking him, why did it take you three weeks to show up? Well, he won't talk to them. And then Buttigieg's press secretary says that asking questions like that on camera is aggressive. They can't reporters were aggressive during the Trump era,
Are Ordinals Sneakily a Boon to Bitcoin Security?
"All right friends well today on long read Sunday we are playing buzz word bingo. Yes, we are talking ordinals. We are talking Bitcoin NFTs. We are talking AI. And at the end of it, I guess it will be on you to decide whether it's buzzword bingo or in fact, bull bingo. Where we're going to start is a piece on ordinal inscriptions by George colludes from coin desk, and it's called how Bitcoin NFTs might accidentally fix Bitcoin security budget. George Wright's Casey rotamer tweeted that inscriptions are finally ready for Bitcoin mainnet on January 20th and the use of inscriptions the last two weeks sparked a big hullabaloo on Twitter between some of Bitcoin's partisan factions. The hullabaloo included a number of different claims. One that Bitcoin security budget problem was accidentally solved. So we wouldn't have to worry that there would be no financial incentive to mine Bitcoin in the future once the fixed supply runs out. Maybe transaction fees would be enough to incentivize miners. Two inscriptions would lead to blockchain spam and graffiti so uncontrollable that we are eventually engulfed by grey goo. Three, all these non fungible tokens or NFTs and such on Bitcoin is just another silly fad like colored coins. Rotamers Flint rock tweet referred to the ordinal protocol, which introduced inscriptions to Bitcoin. The ordinal protocol assigns each satoshi or sat, the smallest unit of Bitcoin, a sequential number. It's a little bit more complicated than that, but only a little. Once these sats are numbered and identified, users can inscribe the sat with arbitrary data, as long as the transaction doesn't exceed the four megabyte block size limit. That arbitrary data can be anything. A fully playable version of the first person shooter doom? Sure. A picture of a board ape cross pollinated with a crypto punk? Fine. A bald sunglasses donning taproot wizard recreation of the famous MS paint spawned magic Internet money wizard that once served as an advertisement for the R slash Bitcoin subreddit that takes up almost the entirety of the Bitcoin block. Sure, fine. But why? Why not? If you're thinking, that sounds a lot like NFTs, you're right. They do sound a lot like NFTs. Ordinal NFTs is a good term, and it's the term I'll stick with. But out of respect for the sensitivities of hardline, bitcoiners, and in the interest of being as technically correct as possible. These are probably better characterized as artifacts.
The Eric Metaxas Show
'Guilt by Accusation': Alan Dershowitz on His 'MeToo' Experience
"People will consider you a very prominent liberal were accused of these things to the point where you wrote a book about it and tell us what happened to you if you would. Well, I was totally false accusation. It wasn't one of these gray areas. As well, they had sex was consensual. It wasn't it. I never met the woman never heard of her. It was a completely made up story. And I said that from day one, I said from day one that wouldn't be any photographs that wouldn't be any witnesses. This is not a gray area case. In the end, I said right from the beginning, I would be totally exonerated and everybody would understand this never, ever, ever happened. Now I want to move on to helping other people who have been accused. And I think this is a pandemic in the United States now. I know a lawyer in Los Angeles, who says she writes a hundred thousand dollar check once a week on behalf of prominent Los Angeles people. People just walk into the office and say, well, I'm going to accuse this guy unless you pay me a hundred grand and of course it never happened, but paying a hundred grand is a lot better than suffering a $1 million worth of publicity. So it's called extortion. I'm not a lawyer, but this seems to me, we know it's wrong, but it isn't it criminal. It isn't it extraordinary. It won't stop until the false accusers go to prison and there are lawyers who facilitated them, go to jail. You know, it was Eric Hoff, for the great street philosopher who once said, they started harness causes. They then become movements, then businesses, and then rackets. And the me too movement is all those phases. And the real victims of false accusations are the real victims of sexual abuse, because when people start making up stories, then the credibility of the whole movement comes into effect. So I think I'm a strong supporter of the real me too movement, but I think there ought to be another me too movement. Me too. I've been wrongly accused along with so many other people, and we have to fight back. The reason
Pop Culture Happy Hour
"grays" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Would someone mind shooting the man handcuffed to the bench? But I think it's reductive to sort of assume that they're not capable of more than this, which is part of why I find this, which is just to me a lot of fun action. And again, I enjoyed this movie while I was watching it. But I want people to bother to put characters into movies because even in stuff like the fast and the furious, even in stuff like James Bond, that are focused on action and spycraft and things like that. You can create stakes that involve people's humanity. In the Daniel Craig Bond series, the warmest relationship in those movies is between him and Judi Dench. And that's what I was thinking of when we get alfre woodard for just, you know, I think two very effective short scenes, she's wonderful. You did say you were gonna quit. It was her life a few places. I clung to the ones I had. Was? Three months. Optimistic. If you utter anything remotely sympathetic, I will shoot you. That was another thing where I was like, oh yeah, I like taking this piece from this other movie and putting it into my collage over here. I think it is telling that we all like the handcuff bit so much, which is definitely the kind of thing you could have done working on a television budget, right? There's all this valley who about this is the most expensive Netflix movie yet yada yada yada. And we took these russos who were working in community working in television where you have to be very innovative and solve problems and work quickly and then gave them the biggest budgets ever approved for movies to make these four marvel movies. I think I would have liked this movie four times as much if it was made on one fourth of the budget. And they had to be a little scrappier and you know because it sounds like the most expensive pieces of this are the ones that we cared about the least, right? That airplane sequence, terrible. Yeah. To me, it also just comes back to the issue that I've had with so many movies these days, which is that so much of it does look like it's done on a green screen or it looks like it's been edited this way and taken through a sifter and just turned it into this very bland looking animated piece that it shouldn't look like. I mean, we did an episode on Michael Bay's ambulance, which I am not going to say is a good movie by any means. And I also found it kind of grating in some ways. But what I did appreciate about it was it was very heavily reliant mostly on practical effects. When you hold something up like that up next to something like this, you know, there's a final showdown between the Chris Evans character and the Ryan Gosling character. And that showdown is supposed to be done at night and then the sun is rising. It's like the sun rises like 45 minutes during the 30 seconds that they're trading punches with each other, which is in the hedge maze from The Shining, by the way. In a hedge base. But that is a really weird shot. Like it's funny that you guys both mentioned that because when I saw that, I was like, wait, is it morning? What is happening? Yeah, it goes from night to morning very quickly. Is it the North Pole? I honestly wondered if that was supposed to be like a time lapse thing or just like this fight lasted 90 minutes. Yeah. I don't think they really thought about it.
The Indicator from Planet Money
"grays" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money
"Support for NPR and the following message come from metro, who once writers to know the transit system is ready for their return, with improved air filtration on buses, trains, and in stations, fresh air is circulated from outside every three minutes, and thanks to touchless payment, writers can now use their smartphones wherever smart trip is accepted. Find out more about all the ways metro is doing its part to ensure writers can ride confident at WMA TA dot com slash doing our part. Hanover New Hampshire is a small town of 9000. Yes, and Hanover has been especially hard hit by the so called demographic drought. And so how many open positions are there in Hanover right now? Right now we have, I'm counting them 7 vacant police officer positions, half the department for vacant firefighter positions, two vacancies in our public works department, one pending vacancy in our library. We've probably have more than two dozen vacancies out of a total of a 158 full-time employees. We can't find the body. It's not that we have a small applicant pool. We have no applicants. No applicants. Government jobs have a lot in common with some of the other jobs that people just aren't taking or even applying for it in the economy right now. These jobs often don't pay that well, at least not compared to the private sector. They often also do not allow remote work. And they sometimes require long hours. Julia Griffin says there aren't a whole lot of young people coming out of college and deciding to work for municipal governments. What that means is that this small community is feeling it. Bottom line, they have to make do with less. It could mean that instead of going out to plow when we have an inch or more of snow, we can't go out to plow until we have three inches of snow. But here's the thing. Hanover the city can't just raise wages like a private sector employer could do. There are complicated rules that determine what a government worker makes. So as a kind of solution to tide things over, Hanover is now asking current employees to just add responsibilities onto their current jobs. Like having parks department staffers working at an after school program because they just can't find anyone else. That's part of what has made Julia Griffin so weary over these past two years. She's running a town with fewer employees in those that remain are overworked. We're here to try and provide these services and so when we have to reduce the quality of service we provide because we don't have the person power to do the work and our residents are angry with us as a result. That's hard criticism to take. Hence another component of that sense of burnout that people are feeling in the public sector. These are demographic changes that have been happening for a long time. The U.S. saw a big boom in its population between 1946 and 1964. The baby boomers. There are about 76 million of them. But since then, the fertility rate in the U.S. has been falling. And beginning in the 1970s, birth rates fell below the replacement rate across the developed world. So the replacement rate is basically the number of children, each woman has to have to replace the existing population. That number is 2.1. So I have a one child, Stacy, so I guess I'm gonna need, I don't know, one and then another arm to stave off population decline. You're not pulling your weight, Alana. So anyway, democracy has been talking about the silver tsunami or grey wave. Basically what would happen when populations in developed nations like the U.S. aged. But it didn't really happen. But during the pandemic, that changed. So you're talking about people who are above the age of 65 who are like, I still enjoy working and then after COVID, they're like, I'm not enjoying working anymore. So they all kind of took off the same time. Ron hetrick is a labor economist at MC burning glass. He's been looking at how retirements will affect the economy for a series of papers called the demographic drought. Right now we have about 4.2 million excess people who are saying they're out of the labor force versus where we were back in February of 2020. More than half of those people who are out of the labor force now versus before are over the age of 55. And that has real consequences for the U.S. economy and our gross domestic product. It's basically seen as the measure of economic growth. And unless everyone gets a whole lot more productive with fewer people, we are going to be making less stuff fewer goods and services. I mean, just think about what happens when one person on a team leaves and they are not replaced. Now, blow that up to a national scale. A year ago, I looked at our GDP per worker in the U.S. and then I said, what if we were able to fill all of our job openings and it was like a point or two to GDP that we would have added, had we done that? Okay, but a lot of these are resourceful countries, like there's got to be something that they can do or at least have tried to reverse this decline? Well, Julia Griffin started looking into autonomous snowplows. I guess that does solve one part of the problem, right? I mean, you know, get the damn snow cleared. It turns out they don't exist yet. But automation and technology are definitely going to be a part of what replaces missing workers. People are like, well, what if we have more babies? I'm like, okay, great, but that is not going to help us right now. Unless you know how to put a baby to work immediately. Oh, they're so hard to manage to. I do not want to work with a baby. So another possible solution would be to increase the immigration rate. So net international migration in 2021 was just 247,000. That is about one quarter of what it was in 2016, so that is one place that a workforce could come from potentially. But without big changes like that, Ron says the demographic drought is going to affect how we live. You might be, I don't know, mowing your yard and making more food at home, or taking care of your aging parents, because that is what it looks like. You know, when you can't get people to fill those jobs, then you have to do that work. Right. And that could really affect how we live. But Stacey Ron says there is something that people like you and I can do to help. Be nicer to overloaded workers, especially people in the public sector. Stop yelling at people because it's not their fault. Being nicer might actually help lure people like Julia Griffin out of retirement. If we become a more civil society again, it may help to bring people back to the public sector. Yes, being nice seems like a very simple fix to a huge economic problem, but also, you know, in the case of Julia, I like her retirement plan sounded very dreamy. I do want her to at least feel like she has the option to retire if she wants to. You know, like a lot of older workers, she doesn't want to just quit entirely. She just wants a little bit more flexibility. I'd love to be doing something part time. So they have the ability to say, I'll see you in a month. I'm heading to Copenhagen and Stockholm for two weeks, and I'll be back. Let's go to Copenhagen with Julia Alana. First round of is on me. I'll meet you there. This episode of the indicator was produced by jamila huxtable with help from James willetts and Josh Newell. This fact checked by Corey bridges, via layers our senior producer, Kate and canon edits the show and the indicators of production of NPR. Brush up on the latest in foreign policy, while you brush your teeth. Get three essential news stories and all you need to know from up first, one of NPR's daily podcasts. More voices, all ears, NPR podcasts..
Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"grays" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"I love is worksite. New iberia so. I love his work. I grew up in My dad was in the army moved around a lot but my my grandparents lived in a little town. Just north of lake charles called rose pine louisiana and so i'm very familiar with lafayette new iberia. You know that are south louisiana and I remember picking up the first novel. Which james lee burke about his his detective. And i'm like oh my goodness this is set in you know louisiana. It was a really really good. Yeah i i know that nells is a big fan as well. Oh i did not know that. Yeah 'cause i'm rachel. Had on the other way. We have the following nelson amy. Guess absolutely not to the extent that she does now she You know she just tweeted By the way she's going to join me and talk about her going to broadway but you know she. She was laughing right just recently. A tweet like okay now. Are you bigger. Bruce fan or a neil stan and explain to this. She's like no. There's no competition. It's i love the boat that is great Are there other writers. You enjoy. i'm just curious. I you know. I take it. You like mystery novels. I do that. Mr nobles and i would say that Michael conway is the great mystery. Writes that. I enjoy reading. Okay i also love reading a political graffiti and the texas the full volume Linda budge lyndon johnson by robot. Carol is probably the best thing i've ever read. Wow that's great yeah Lbj is a fascinating character We were A couple years ago linden. I drove down to austin and did the lbj presidential museum and was amazed at how much he accomplished such a short amount of time. You know it doesn't come across in the box a nice person. No he's not but he did. Thanks get a did and and in really Idi a very complex character Your yeah and but when you think of all that he did Was just really very impressive. Very impressive Man so yeah. Very nice Ever read any of lawrence block. Who was sorting lawrence block. I i know the name account read any of this. So there is a series of books he wrote of. They're all good. a matthew. Scudder is about a Ah kind of private detective. That through the through the series he ends up determining he's an alcoholic and the latest books are deal a lot with recovery and then There is a series of books called keller Hitman hit and run which the main character is a a hitman. Someone who kills people for a living. And you're you're surprised. At least i was of how you end up liking this character. Even though he kills people for a living. I it just. It's very so i love. I love his books. And i i agree with you i we could talk james lee burke all night yet. Let's just he's just he's just an amazing writer. Yeah i also have in terms of trying. David simon work. Yes guy that did the why. But you also did a couple of great books. That preceded the y..
"grays" Discussed on The Confessionals
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"grays" Discussed on The Confessionals
"Hey everybody this week's episode for the members and this is a very dramatic story from ryan. It's a very long story. We talk for almost two hours about his experience with him and his brother they were being visited by some type of entities. You wanna call him. Gray's go ahead and call them grays. They resemble grays very much but they went through together in their home together. If you want to hear this show and all the member shows in the past go to the professionals podcast dot com. Hit the joint button. Become a member today and you'll get access to all membership content on the website and the app. Let's get to ryan right now. And then. Boom i wake up and i have an. I realized that. I can't move but it's more than i can't move. There is a hand that is if feels like it's holding me down and it's on it's on the lower end of my bat and my my head is facing the wall so i cannot see anything particularly but i i do see basically four hall slender shadow of what looked what would be the shadows of four very tall slender figures that would be standing behind me essentially but what i feel on my back and it is so miserable and it's so real it is. It's a very slender hand. That's a very long hand and his hand stretches from like hip to him across my entire back this was. I cannot and.
Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"grays" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"Armstrong and getty show determine. What the new rules are. We're just gonna have to go with tony. His previous statements. Here's what we learn when large groups of mass those people without vaccines passports gathering one place. It is in grave danger to america but only when those people right harley-davidson's on sunday fatty once again scolded bikers were gathering through annual events in sturgis. South dakota now these people are dangerous. Tony fao. She told us some of them went to community college. Literally and there are some who didn't go at all. You should be worried so talker. The vice is the most watched cable news show in america but if he wanted to just do like celebrity snark like to be a david spade sort of person. Yes he'd be really good at yes. He is being snarky areas. Being snarky about obama's birthday party and yet we now know that when barack obama relaxes at his own house. It's not what the intellectuals or even with people who can read books it's with the kids. He watches on tick tock above passes around some high. Fives sores on a pair of baby slip on shoes and the world's only gray hawaiian shirt and hits the dance floors party time. But we second you ask a gray hawaiian shirt. Is that even legal. When you're barack obama is the normal rules don't apply to you. Remember that this is the man who staff referred to him as black. Jesus totally without sarcasm parting the waters and healing the sick. You don't get too hung up on the usual fashion regulations or that matter on public health regulations about tucker is. He's got funny lines that he's got to work them into the actual content because he's trying to make a point about you know they they care about vaccinations with just. Don't care to obama's party. Sure what he wants to come in on the hawaiian shirt. So we've got to figure out a way to get a full. I gotta what. I saw that picture. I did think that they just think what is that. Is that a blurry picture of the world's only gray are we gonna do. We have one more or if you want to. I suppose we could. If we saw on saturday obama's guest did not have to show their papers to get into the party. Unlike cnn employees. It didn't have to prove they were vaccinated. Unlike your kids. They didn't have to wear masks. It was like twenty nine thousand. Nine barack obama's house like the whole thing never happened. The question is does. Tony chino this and if so easy okay with it. That's a pressing public health questions. Say we called tony voucher to find out. He was not free to do the show. he was too busy. He's a scientist. he's not into publicity. He was tied up doing a photo shoot for teen vogue so we can't come or loss beautiful. The best you can come up with reference to the tick. Doctors that reminds me the newest challenger. Kids might be taking online in the dangers of stay with us. Talk challenge throws on the world's great shirt. I thought that was hilarious. Any who did you read any of the global warming report that came out yesterday or cnn headlines headlines were breath. Yeah the headline so we can hit you with a couple of the headline headlines and then the pushback of from Very few but The wall street journal has got some push-back including the people that was in obama's administration. Who's been saying they're overreacting. Somebody's that's because the wall street journal is oil loving greed heads. They don't care about the earth mother earth we'll part of that could be true but the fact that it's coming from on obama's people on on on climate change is notable that among other things you miss an hour. Good armstrong and getty dot com and getty veterans. You may have earned a variety of benefits. Did you know the can help you. 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"grays" Discussed on Homophilia
"Well matt this is. I mean. it's not often. We do a topical episode of the season. Britney here it is it is it is. It's the season of britney from coast to coast all around the world. Really it's the summer of brittany So much is happening The the people the women who who basically created the free brittany movement our friends of ours test barker and babs gray former guest apps. Great former guest babs gray is about to become future guests. Bats gray. she's here to talk about what's going on and about their new podcast toxic which is all about The brittany spears story in the conservative ship. And all that which has got to be bananas because the situation is changing minute to minute and once again Renowned britney spears expert. Dave holmes will be Making an appearance in their hardcastle yet another reason to check toxic. We'll be yes making do make an appearance in episode two setting the stage getting a lot of interview requests. Now that the britney thing is heating. Up and i'm saying no to almost all of them that it does but there does become a point i- babs and tests should absolutely do all the interviews. They've done so much work around it. They know so much about what's going on. I don't i just. I have you know. Mtv from twenty years ago to talk about. And i don't want to be capitalizing on somebody else's misfortune. So i'm probably going to be continuing to say. Now because it just seems it gets ghoulish after awhile. Don't you think i you could never be ghoulish tribe Actually would like for you to try now. That i think about it. That is sort of fun. To imagine you taking a sudden dark turn into ghoulish nece but No i mean. I i i think that like as bob says in this interview that they they really were the right people for the sort of the right place right time and they were the right people for this particular role where they have become real mouthpieces of this gigantic movement. I could not agree more. And i'm so glad that it's them who are at the center of it as you said they are the perfect people. They're funny they love her. They understand her. It's it's crazy to watch. But i'm glad it's the and they're responsible people who can handle the attention which is good yes What are you watching what. What's your must this week matt. Makovsky we've got to do a weekly mazda. Friend drew tap on demanding. It and will do anything for him. i i had. I mean this is old news this week is the white lotus continues. Its sunday night joy. Yeah truly purpose is just so so The mounting doom is really me I okay Last thursday die tape at the box last thursday. The box okay. So i cannot say that i am friends with john mayer. I'm not but like we knew each other ages ago Before his first album came out we were like i had gotten an advance and i loved it and send an email and we were like sort of pen pals for awhile bump into each other every few years whatever but he sent and probably more because i write for magazine then because he likes me as a person but he sent to several people kind of a weird assortment people this box. That was a Like a perfect replica of an eighty s sony speaker component. Box like what you'd get a cd player in basically and And but like but the serial number was saab rock Just all of the all of the typeface. The graphic design was exactly perfect. It contained Sweatshirt and a candle a dip tc candle and and a turntable like a personal turntable. Which is on the side of my desk here and the vinyl of saab rock. And i'm not just saying this because i got the box and i'm not just saying this to brag that i got the box but i really like the new john. Mayer album sabra. A lot and there is Another way in which we treat men drift differently than we do women in this pop culture world. There are so many allusions to relationships that i feel like there is a specific person that a lot of the songs written about. And where it taylor swift there would be you know mountains speculation but this is kind of coming and going do i mean do you think it is your ally your your dear jennifer aniston. I think about that all the time. Because i have also been enjoying sabra quite a bit and i listen to it when i walk. Lincoln and there are moments where i do feel flashes of jan okay but i always done yield at that i well i i guess what's the The new light to light song does feel i mean. It's you know you that that is a song which he is asking An ex to give him another shot. And i know they're still friendly and who who wouldn't want another shot with jan but i i would like to think that more of these songs are about jessica simpson especially given that. He did not treat her. so well. katy perry not in contention. I did not even know they were together. They were together. Yeah were. I don't think she's advocating any katy perry vibes. Okay not picking up on that key track from the album. That's the one for me. The the New light yeah. Yeah that is great. How about you. I think i like wild lou Oh yeah unexpectedly that one a lot. i do you know. It's it's not john mayer. He doesn't like get too clever for his own. Good at least once why you know love me really could have been just. Why don't you love me. it's the same number of rankled my nose all title. But i did that. But that wild blue i did that. I did have a flash of jenn there because of the the iconic belies. Oh there you go okay all right well we will certainly have to continue analyzing will start our own investigative podcast about it soon enough But in the meantime let us make way for the great babs grey to talk about developments in the world of brittany men and women been talking about their bodies for years. That's true you know what my question is. Why don't men talk about our bodies. The same the harry shoulders. The narrow cavs like i have the biceps they secretly low. We'll guess what matt there's a new show that i want you to check out. It's called man adamy where men talk openly. Frankly and hilariously about their own bodies each week comedian danny wallace. He wrote the book. Yes man where he said. Yes to everything for year He also said yes. To turning it into a movie john jim carey not the great john kerry presidential nominee. Not jim carey was either way not great also magazine. Seeing john kerry version. Sorry no definitely worth worth marinating. No i think that would have been a better way to go. But anyway danny walls and magazine veteran phil welcome. Standups athletes riders big men. Small men men exercise men who do not Is awkward. It is intimate. It's funny it's weird. It's totally unlike anything else. It's not a health guide. Matt it's not self-improvement it is a no judgment zone. Threat is the story of a life told through the body. That has the did so check out. My anatomy. new episodes are available.
Direct from Hollywood
"grays" Discussed on Direct from Hollywood
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WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"grays" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Gray or silver car. Her father apparently got the license plate and give it to police. But so far there have been no arrests made 5 33 traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic, all the threes. We are getting some improvement up to the north. As far as the traffic jam goes, Mike Yeah, That's right, Ben. Yeah, We've had terrible delays out of New Hampshire all afternoon, and it's 95 South. That's still pretty backed up, backed up pretty terribly here from the Portsmouth traffic circle most of the way down into Seabrook. It's a stretch of about 13 miles. Now it's not stop and go the entire way but close to it. Nearby Route One South is jammed a few miles Portsmouth down into rye. And another few miles from North Hampton down into Seabrook. So Ruwan as the alternate route is still pretty bad as well. Now elsewhere. We've got troubles to the south, and it's 95 North. That's locked up two miles North Attleboro up into Mansfield. A crash before 4 95 is taking out the two left lanes. It's got cell phone backup. Before 4 95 down to that scene as well. Now elsewhere. The expressway South Bong is tough here. Coming well outside of the tunnel to the South Bay and then squat. Um, street most of the way to route 24 stays like that on 24 for a bit. 95. Excuse me. 93 North. Delays here from 24 into Braintree and then granted after past Neponset Circle Now delays coming off the cape. Yes, Route three. Excuse me. Route six West is backed up three miles through Horowitz. Then route 1 32, the Sagamore Bridge That's over three miles 28, locked up a mile for the born and along the Canal sandwich Road is backed up well under a mile into the born rotary. My king with WBC's traffic on the three we bring in meteorologist Brian Thompson. Now as we check on these thunderstorms that are starting to get a little bit closer to Boston. In fact, one may clip Boston not too long from now..
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"They like somebody even. Says omar raza. Google shut the fuck up. Its raisch and i was okay yet. Well cool he's fucking incredible as being great. Well bruce. have you thought about economics and how we could use that to destroy city. And now i'm going to fight you on a train them just like i'm here for this. Let's go. let's do this all day long. I've been winery lodged. The trilogy can love him and begins. I can't we killing the like one of our patron short. Join our patriots police. Podcast is just us like alec watching and discussing the trilogy. Don't we do that. That's good i i will degrade them and begins all day. I know yet wrong raises all right. I love talking to you by could justify that. It's an underrated about three. We can talk about it on here. Let's let fuck it. We define her own defines definitions. Yeah batman of do it out here. I'll do it. Even though i do prefer other batman like movies and stuff but ben megan's his hands on one of the coolest like an underrated like come victims of ever seen. We're going to be like. We're going to talk half the batman movies. We're gonna fucking talk about his chest moment. I think we could ever batman return. I see superman. Let me fuck an insert. Battling this bitch. No by ideal vacation batman begins. No i really. I really do think it is underrated movie. Honestly because everybody likes like as and like the dark knight is a great film but that begins really gets overshadowed. It's kind of like almost ignored because people love to hate on the dark knight rises. Which i think is little awarded. I get it. I like it. I like it But people people think that like the dark knight is like literally the greatest film of all time and then nobody here batman begins like nobody talks about that movie on. Her i put on the list would understand is like i. Think it's the hype. I think because like what happened was better than begins just started off really well lisa christian bill. Everybody's like okay. What's hilarious enough. Is that people fucking hated. Christian bills batman inbound begins which i thought was so strange. Because all this hype came for the dark knight. And then we'll the dark knight came out fucking exploded And then at all of a sudden nerves came out and he got shed on. And i actually like his voice to bam begins a lot better. I'll just say that because he's kind of like drying it out and he doesn't do it when he's just by himself like it's usc feels more real. You know we could go into it. Yeah like i. Don't i really. I don't wanna get to say we'll save it. Let's give us like the gray and we're just gonna cut to black right as the podcast is going to be over. We'll have a post credits right now. That we and maybe not as the audio podcast exactly like video muscle. If you want to see that it if you wanna see the gray at it go over to Watcher you if you're listening right now on our app on her podcasting apps Go to youtube. Dot com Under company.
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"That but oh what episode. I can't hope the listeners pinson and they liked the in joke they call back the callback. Call this canon to the the cinematic This this this and the fact that we're going to cover next week. Batman v superman donald justice. That's our other rabindra movie every single crime. Then we had all actually a question. I actually were both i. I'm down with both seriously nissen down with like actually mesa me. It's and makes them more versatile. No i would. I really like a a you know like a Return just one his. I still love leave. Neeson's like more serious stuff and you know just. But he's having the time of life so i shouldn't on. He's the one who liked kick started this. Like every guy over every male actor over fifty in an action movie now la like either. I wanna i wanna see. I'm excited. I've heard good things like that. But yeah like. Every he'll do movies like unknown. That are just like fun like this forgettable but the action movies but yeah. I wanna see both like alan like but he doesn't do a lot of these anymore. I get like you know where it's just kind of these philosophical movies. And he has her. He said he was going to retire. He hasn't retired though. Just like keep keep making you know like just make both you know like do do do do one for one for me. One for you like you know you do another taken. The movie which is essentially this. My dad watched. It is a dad movie. He has no. He's he's he's on full full throttle with these movies. Think oh yeah. Let let me ask the question that so we're seriously newsom. What is favorite action leeson and this goes for the listeners as well Feet taken one like taking as a reason rat launched his genre like of old dunes being like. That's why everybody imitates that movie. Like i mean it's chicken one is imperfect but like it's kind of like the quintessential version of that film and that's why it became such a hit and made so many imitators in bad sequels. Yeah yeah i think taking one kind kinda like was that kind of renaissance movie For him especially you know because up until that point we had schindler making his list. So.
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"You know because they they refused to give up in separate frank grillo i guess but he has kind of an opposite journey where he's kind of like in denial the homebuilding he kinda gets worn down. He's the only other character with a real arc. Restarts off of this big. Just like braggadocious guy he accepts reality is like you know what i have got this broken leg like. I can't do this anymore. I'm just gonna kinda like sit here and like enjoy. It's interesting to see his art in parallel with you know the of liam nielsen. And then you find out. The they both had like the elder last interaction is finding out. They both are named john. They have that moment. And like that. So i do think that they. They're like all their trials together has kind of given inspiration to like find the will to live within himself so i don't think he's like and you know he is kind of like you know carrying on their memories with the waltz and everything and i it's it's it's a question avila to both of them being named john and then finding out very late in the game of they're both named john john again begs the question. That can either be purely coincidence if you wanna see it. In the nihilistic way or a lot of people named john so there really isn't any coincidence. Or serendipity yeah no that's that's that's yeah that's on yet but i do get the now thinking about it yeah the opposite parallels of Of the two of them of essentially of frank frank grillo Character know being from the beginning the essence of wanting to live like he to a point where yeah it was like a somewhat naively also like aggression and stuff like that and getting to the point where accepting death and and then you know. Leave neeson's character coming from the opposite way of accepting death into finding to live kind of thing. So yeah that's that's that's an interesting. Yeah peril opposite way parallel..
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"Nature like every animal in this planet always fights to survive because that's in their coating that's in their biology to be like. I still need to fight to survive because i mean i'm not saying this is the purpose of life but like psychology and biology. And all this stuff that we've learned is that at the end of the day when when animals endanger the other fight or flight you know they fly the fuck off to survive so my interpretation at the movie was i like maybe it was a theistic or maybe it was. He had faith or just going by basic earthling biology. Because we're all all the animals on this planet. We all kind of the same way at one point in time we want to survive and we wanna fight to survive. And he's like i'm just gonna do it's in my nature is to fight and survive against you. Know animal says animal it's human versus a wolf the end of the day. We're all animals. Just someone has one of us has a better brain than the other pretty much. Yeah and with that whole thing. I really really liked because he is ready to like. Give it up at the beginning of the movie stars with him writing the suicide known putting a gun his mouth. That doesn't really complicate until the end like when it's just him in the one other guy like african gorillas died they're kinda like confronting him about you know how he was going to commit suicide and then you know. He isn't a situation where he has to like. Find a will to live. And what really sets this movie apart from pretty much every other survival movie is that he really doesn't have anything to live for. He's ready to die. He wants to kill himself the beginning. But then i'm wolf. How just for whatever reason is like okay not now and then you know the wolves are are then it in are trying to kill and end his life but you know and you see it with all the other characters..
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"Or he's like you know he. He snipes the wolf in his writing the letter to his wife. And he's like saying you know. What am i take my life or whatever and like it's just kind of have this thing of legua would support and then you find out that she died of cancer in the niger. Even he's even more like the fucking cares kind of thing. And i think it might be the opposite of a won't i'm just going off of the fact that the liam neeson's very devout catholic so i highly doubt the gets more about like. Yeah that that finding of face because like you'd dared said at the end where it's kind of like You know he finds the the fight to to live on very especially live on for his loved ones and stuff like that. Where at the beginning You know and he says it in his speech at the after the last guy before him you know dies in drowns in the water of like just like plea lay saying to god like you know like essentially like i've hated you and and all that and you've you've taken away everything from me but please you know please like just let something happen you know in in this instance and he's like pleading with god so i think yeah you're saying maybe like the it it's a flow of like a a atheist kind like veer view but kind like finding that faith in that finding that will will to live by the end of it and fight to live. It's really interesting that you guys say that before you. I just wanted to say it's really interesting. You say that. Because i was thinking about that scene a lot where he's just like yelling to god. You know i'll believe you for in like if you just keeps cutting that shot of you just see like the trees and like mostly in open sky and then just nothing. I was thinking about that scene. How that scene really. It's like the can be interpreted either way. It can be interpreted as a very like. There's nothing there. There's no there's no god there's no one coming to help you or it can be interpreted like this is like you have to like you have to find the faith in yourself through guy and like so really can be interpreted as a very theistic thing or is like like a very you know chris you know god you know the universe or whatever like telling you know like this is you you have to find the strength within yourself and do it yourself. I'm not gonna help you do or could have just been nothing. And i really liked that new guys kind of took the opposite views on that. Because i didn't really hard one way or the other. I thought it was an interesting just like open question. And i really like you guys had the opposite views of that and i think that yeah i just brought up gangly before i was gonna even mentioned the fact that yeah like like i highly delta liam neeson would would kinda choose that kind of direction or but you know what like like it says like it's a very ambiguous like the whole movies and embiid. You is kind of thing. But it's a very ambiguous interpretation and i've heard gal like Liam neeson kind of chooses roles and stuff like that of like you know. He has his own interpretation. He drives it that way. So it's probably like where he's probably taking it from. But i mean like you know with all types of entertainment are it could be. It's it's the individuals um role to interpret it. The way that they you know tend to do in your earlier. I agree so much with that. Because i remember at the time.
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"But and so it's key killed this wolf to. That's you know hypothetical and like what the movie the movie this is kind of like you know what. Hey maybe he did do that. Like we're gonna throw the shot in. It's gonna make you think that going to give you a definitive thing. Because that's kind of not the point. The point is kind of leeson is like now fighting for his life and he cares about his life when he was ready to kill himself at the beginning of the movie so it doesn't really matter like it's like the end of inception doesn't matter if he actually got back to his family. What matters is he. He like you know has he doesn't care anymore he's back so like i. That's the way i took it. So what you're saying is even the post credits ended on in a in a gray area. Yes exactly that's there you go. They did it they inception inception with that like that's sounds more. Ambiguous than than inception does but anyways. So did i digress since the whole post credits thing and all. That stuff is upsetting. At the time. When i thought when i'd seen it was like okay. I kind of walked out of the. I remember being very vividly talking night. My buddy about it and we're both going home and we're really hoping to see like just leave me showed of wolves but at the same time like the more and more i thought about it i was kinda hills pretty good like if you come of take away. All the bullshit can add trailers and all the marketing and stuff like that if it was just marketed as more of a film kind of thriller elephant. Okay with it. Because around the same time i remember slick around twenty ten to twenty thirteen. There was a couple of these like survival movies. Kinda low budget kinda films where they only had like one or two actors like a movie called frozen not not the disney one. I know twice. Got the airlift on the lift which is a pretty solid film itself as well and then there was that one with ryan reynolds where he's a very good thank you. I never saw so so. I don't know but i remember i really liked frozen and and the kind of made me think a little bit more you again. What i'm kind of digging like low budget kinda more like big. You is kind of mortally survival type of thing because there's a lot of like like what would you do kind of thinly like if you were in that situation. Would you train. Do you know like obviously they are going into the the lines. The wolfson and all these things to happen. And it's like you're you're kind of stuck there. Like what else can you do in. I remember people make me and my buddy at the time. We're talking that it was very very a theistic move which i was like what i kind of agree because there was a lot of the like especially with his like contemplation of suicide in the beginning of the movie..
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"But we're really excited for. We're really excited to watch it. Because it looked like it was going to be taken but with wolves as is the case. It was advertised in that way. And i remember when i went see it i was kind of like into it like okay like the themes like the the philosophy behind all this stuff i love i think liam neeson's character is my favorite. I love the his story. I love the flashbacks revolved around him at him and his wife. I was very upset by the by the ending. Because i mean at the time again it was. It was hyping up this big showdown of like liam niessen like i kind of imagine liam neeson being this like old man logan irish old man logan versus a bunch of wolves with like bottles on this and i was like. That's what i want to book and see like that. Just sounds so bad at it. This movie slow-burn to that big battle credits and then let me tell you women even more upset about it. there's a fucking post credits I was gonna. I need plus credit. Do there wasn't what all of us back in the year. Twenty four drove the off year of of what was twelve years ago. I was like okay. You know who's doing post credits right now. Marvel and that's it out doing they're like okay. We just saw men. And i think vendors that just come out at the time so we're not yet twenty tools and you did before oh campaign so at the time you're like okay. No one else is doing this and especially with that type of film. You don't think there's going to be a post credits elliott. Because i worked at the theater. So i saw like. I knew there was a post credits i was like. What the fuck is this. You know it's a great. I never saw the. Did you not see it now. I've never saw tell you what is more open ended right it is. It is open-ended So it's you see like a wolf just kind of like the side of a wolf just kind of breathing and like and like so. It's like so that you can take that a couple of ways you can take that as like this wolf has killed liam neeson now. It's chilling or you could take it as like this. Wolf is dying because that shot mirrors the shot from the beginning of the movie where liam niece and kills the wolf any puts his hand on it and you see like breathing and slowly stopping so it could be a so like what i think is that it's a spec- specifically mirroring that shot because it's referencing the fact that these killed.
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"I had very much a pretty solid cast. It was sad to see james badge. Dale go so early. Well he's idea never never lived through. We'll be ever in the history of movies so well. That's the thing is that he lived through the first thing that i watched him in in the pacific and i love his fucking character. That's not a movie. That's a show. That's a mini series doesn't count he's gonna get shot in the face or have like you know just show his amc show rubicon to. I'm going deep in this. I just like there's there's certain actors where i've really want them to make it and like they just kinda like get they show up in these like smaller things Yeah i mean i is. It's usually it's very sad like it was a very sad story and it's not a feel good movie it's on feel-good movie at all the line. Genie is out. Yeah the only gripe. I have is that i didn't really care too much for liam neeson's character like his his backstory like i feel light in with the flashbacks and stuff. I feel like for hit. His character was too many flashbacks I feel like the first one at the beginning would cer- feis because the other ones didn't really add too much in my opinion like stuff about debt and then you find out why the dad thing no with his wife essentially i think his wife is is just broke up with them but then you find out she's dead and she is dead. They didn't get that name is making in the final flashback with her. You see her in hospital bed Yeah and that's the kind of twist. Is you think she just left him but actually she died and that's kind of why he's like was about to commit suicide at the beginning. Moving o k so it kind of more context like it's one of those things where like rewatch like shit. This is different now..