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LeBron James: '[Would I Even] Want to Go Back to America?'
"There's a podcast I think it's called the shop I don't know what do I know It's called the shop And they did a promo For the shop podcast yesterday I thought you might find this interesting cut 23 go Brittany greider She is in Russia She's been there over a 110 days Now how can she feel like America has her back I would be feeling like do I even want to go back to America This is their promo I don't know if it's in context or not I assume it is You don't know if you want to go back to America I'm sorry This guy is a moron I know you're not allowed to say that about LeBron James But he's a moron You don't know if you want to come back to America Why Because America doesn't ever back And what exactly are we supposed to do to get her out They say they're doing everything they can You hated Donald Trump who had more success than any president In getting these people out from these fascistic and Marxist regimes you hated him LeBron remember him You remember
"greider" Discussed on WCPT 820
"I met Donahue, Russian news agencies say WNBA star Brittany griner pleaded guilty at her drug trial in Russia. The AP's Sagar Meghani has the story. Greider's been held more than four months after vape canisters with cannabis oil were allegedly found in her bags at a Moscow airport. The reports say grinder pleaded guilty to drug possession and smuggling charges, and that she told the cord through an interpreter she acted unintentionally while packing quickly. The reported plea comes a day after White House spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre said President Biden called grinder's wife to pledge every effort possible to free the basketball star. This has been top of mind for the president. Though the U.S. may have little leverage with Moscow given animosity over the Ukraine invasion, griner faces up to ten years in prison if convicted. Sagar Meghani, Washington. Boris Johnson says he realizes there are people disappointed and those that are happy that he is resigning as British prime minister. And I want you to know how sad I am to be giving up the best job in the world. But them's the breaks. Johnson's tenure as prime minister has included a number of scandals and it reached a point where two cabinet ministers reside. Scottish first minister Nicholas sturgeon says it's long overdue. The kiosk and complete lack of integrity that has characterized borders Johnson's premiership has in the last few days descended into complete and utter farce. And all at a time when people in every part of the UK are really struggling. Johnson will remain prime minister until the party chooses his successor. Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin will be sentenced after pleading guilty to civil rights charges connected to the death of George Floyd, Chauvin is already serving 22 and a half years in state court after his conviction on murder and manslaughter charges. This is AP news. The first bull run in three years took place at the San fermin festival in the Spanish city of pamplona. No one was gored. 6 bulls guided
"greider" Discussed on WTOP
"This is WTO news It's 8 53 now a possible motive is emerging in that deadly shooting outside Hagerstown late last week and we've got new dramatic details about how the incident came to an end The acute shooter 23 year old Joe esquivel told a sheriff's deputy the people I shot were pedophiles The Washington Post reports however that court documents in the case show no evidence has surfaced that that's true Police are also detailing the arrest of esquivel They say he rammed his car into a Maryland state troopers vehicle then fired a handgun through his own windshield hitting trooper detective sergeant Phillip Martin he was treated and released from the hospital Esquivel is charged with 33 separate charges including three counts of first degree murder for each of the persons who died at Columbia machine where he worked He's being held without bond he is expected back in court in July Kyle Cooper WTO news At 8 54 now efforts are continuing to get WNBA star Brittany griner out of Russian detention State Department officials are confirming they met yesterday with members of greiner's team the Phoenix mercury greider was detained in February at an airport in Russia after authorities said a search of her bag revealed vape cartridges containing a cannabis derivative which is punishable by up to ten years in jail there South Korea's top diplomat says North Korea has completed preparations for a new nuclear test and only a political decision by the country's top leadership can prevent it from going forward Following talks with Secretary of State Antony Blinken South Korea's foreign minister says the north would pay a price if it goes ahead with that test And there's a heads up if you have international travel plans the CDC has placed three new destinations in its high risk category for COVID-19 Mexico New Caledonia and the United Arab Emirates all have more than 100 cases of COVID per 100,000 residents in the past.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"greider" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"There's no real reason to be worried about a recession There is some slowing in the picture But the other thing is that part of the reason we're getting slowing is high inflation And I think the combination of high inflation and tight labor markets is starting to change the inflation process which over time is not good for the sustainability of this expansion What if someone say to us yesterday the hurricane at JPMorgan credit to a light summer break spruce cast from there I for a chafe feed market Send something different to what we had from the CEO last week which is fine because one runs a company and the other guy is running research Equity suit is down 8 cents of 1% on a S&P 500 on the NASDAQ with Dan and ran about 1% Are we in for a slowdown Maybe even a recession It depends who you asked what stock you look at Target Kind of gets profit outlook for the second time in three weeks That stock is down 9% time You ask a retailer there's a struggle struggle clearly But if you ask an airline right now Tom had a consumer is they'll give you a very different answer They will I mean that's right now I'm watching prices John in New York to LAX is just started to creep down a little bit I'm watching that every day And the plane's still full-time Yeah yeah but it's out there and Cabana said in his note every shop has a different view on this coming slowdown We'll have to see Israel We're watching target you're this morning with some good perspective coming on radio and television through the morning Right now and this is a joy John and Lisa are going to talk to Vincent Reinhardt of Dreyfus and Mel and their chief economist about the moment at hand He's a little concerned about communication at the fed but I want to talk about the communication at the beginning of the panic Reinhardt and reinhard Carmen Reinhardt your wife was at the World Bank wrote the mother of all essays of this pandemic on the pandemic depression And we are now Vincent At a point where as you said then the global economy will never be the same If I may can you expand on that and tell us how this global economy will never be the same as we are now somewhat out of this pandemic Let me first admit where we were wrong Back then we were worried that there would be a long dramatic and persistent decline in output And that was because you're being sufficient policy stimulus And policy showed up Worrying about policy stimulus was not that relevant And that's the really good news But what's the other key message that is economic dislocations whether it's a recession or a depression leave lasting scars They leave lasting scars on balance sheet They leave lasting scars on people People act differently coming out of severe economic dislocations So let's go to Lawrence summers in Olivier blunt chart and talk about history which is when you're out of the system you never get back Are we so much out of the system that you have to mark down GDP and the fed maybe will be more dovish because they will have to mark down due to our pandemic hysteresis Well a big lesson And by the way Tom what is the most costly thing coming out of a recession or depression It's the lessons you take away from it because that influences how you think about behaviors for the next decade Exactly Lisa you're too young for this but Brian and I grew up as depression We had parents that were depression babies It was terrible So that's really exactly where I wanted to go And when do we start to see consumers pull back especially given the fact that it seems like target and perhaps others are not able to pass along the price increases as rapidly as they'd like Another message of the paper Tom was talking about is the shock was very regressive in incidents IE it really hit low income families harder So when you talk about the consumer you've got to ask who's got the wearer with all of the stand a slow patch in the economy Remember probably there's still about $2 trillion of excess savings socked away given all the government programs in 2000 and 2021 Those households will be able to ride out the shock However lower income households are going to have a harder time and we are going to see some pulling back But what's the key metric right now that tells you households are really that worried about recession Saving rate is low If people were worried about their income prospects they wouldn't be spending so much out of their income Which might be a good thing it might be a bad thing especially because the quits rate is going up too So it's not exactly as though people are particularly concerned but maybe they should be is what some people are saying especially as they forecast the potential for a session out in 2024 When do gas prices become recessionary When do oil prices hire actually become disinflationary rather than inflationary as some people are projecting So I think the person asks Jim Hamilton of UCSD who's done the important work on oil prices and economic Business cycle And the plain fact is when oil prices move away from where they've been for a while When they get salient in household decisions when they really get your attention that's when they matter for economic activity And guess out guess what we're long past that point It is number one concern among households It's got to be crimping household spending particularly for those who get hit harder Well we're income households Visit Reinhardt Jerome Powell is not going to show up as I'm sure coach Ellen Greenspan to Humphrey Hawkins or whatever it's called now and say frankly I don't give a damn but it is a Gone with the Wind market You say Scarlett O'Hara is sitting at the fed table where tomorrow is another day Is it a day with too much communication Is this a fed talking way too much versus a silence in the halls when you were there for 24 years Well I contend to date myself but I will admit one of the formative books coming into the fed which was the big big big book of the late 80s was William greider secrets of the temple That talks so much about are they talking too much to at least it gets up and does our brief here John we're in a quiet period right We on No fed speaks on that No offense Do you want that Do you want a permanent quiet period No Except for chairman Powell No You got to listen to the chair There are opportunities for members to talk part of the genius If it is a genius of the construction of the Federal Reserve system is to let a diversity of opinions flourish And if there's a diversity opinions you want to hear that However it's not helpful when everyone's talking and everyone's reading the same page with him How much information did you get from fed speakers over this intermediate period What they told you was the summary of what would appear in the minute and that.
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WTF - Stories & Advice
"greider" Discussed on WTF - Stories & Advice
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Think: Business Futures
"greider" Discussed on Think: Business Futures
"While i think that's that's necessarily harmful and that's really the philosophy that lies behind the jobs ready greater package way by not only was there. A shift in the funding makes away further shift away from public funding to place the bed on students. But it was also a deliberate narrowing of student opportunities as they say. The humanities and social sciences will not have sufficient status to merit significant funding and support in the way that Science and technology might be emphasis. I have to say that we put at the business school at uta was on creating much interdisciplinary possibilities as good for our students to enable them to cope with the rapid changes that are taking place the point being that many of the jobs that exist today right exist by the time. Students brag and skills that roy talking about Not unique to one discipline you get that across universities people doing the subject in a business faculty is that rid of skills in. It's developed through study across university. What would the disciplines that i don't want to say. Got the cold shoulder but yet that's the only phrase that's coming to mind look. The government was clearly trying to discourage people from undertaking certain sorts of subject law accounting economics personal services history. Archaeology indigenous studies a love. -ssipi behavioral sciences. Social studies will human welfare studies and services librarians. I could never understand why that was imposed on sick at that point in time it put an eight put an enormous administrative burden on them to try and manage the change. And you try and work out. What was going on that will already in the process of trying to adjust a domestic student. Bloods down after. The government had an imposed of freeze effectively on them in three years. Prior to that really were quite silly set of changes to the student. Contribution subsidy levels across disciplines. I thought you know when they. Siamese made it cheaper to become a teacher. You know they haven't really necessarily made cheap and become a teacher. That just might shape up you to do an education unit but what are you going to teach. You're going to teach history guy into taste social science. Then you're going to do those expensive units. What went on last year with the job. Ready graduates package. I think was really a lot of distraction for the government to achieve its objective which was to allow the subsidy going to domestic student. Prices increase student contribution created so much noise around that it helped get the changes through it. Played into people's we live these disciplines. We live these disciplines. It played into a narrative about. We need to do this to help with the post. Pandemic recovery wig. I make sure that there are more student places because this will be important for the post pandemic recovery. That has not happened. The government promised to grow funding over the years but it's purely discretionary At any stage by decide the bag need to get about Budget into balance. I can just make a decision to stop growing funding and that lead to go back to the parliament whatsoever. It's a constant sort of cavalcade of demands placed on universities. Which if you stand back and look at ego. Is this really how we walked universities to spend the time you know. We didn't comply too many administrative star. Those burdens placed them are real. I have to deal with. That's not the only thing that's really happened. In the sectors. Since covered has struck. I feel as though every month. There is a new university in australia. Who's announcing changes to have faculty organized. Oh who's announcing that. They're going to be x amount of job. Reductions or x amount of voluntary redundancies. Really does feel widespread now. Alison the net. You did commission report from the center for future work. that was released yesterday. That revealed one in five academics. A have lost employment from may twenty twenty two may twenty twenty one of these ninety percent were time employees alson. Who are these employees who are losing. What the report found from the Found that there were forty thousand job losses across tissue education and thirty five thousand of those were from our public universities. So you're looking at a situation during which it's like a job apocalypse. This lodge skyline job losses across our public universities there on even us why the job losses which essentially heats casual in place but also people in private providers and alexa casual staff cash academic staff but also you know people who work in the professional and administrative services or cash reemployed of the first loose work. But we've seen as covered has progressed those job losses moving into people who have greider employment security so we say those losses around permanently employed professional in general staff and permanently employed academic stuff. We've saying women bear a disproportionate costs of the pandemic the extent of the juggles cities squat extraordinary. And so you see that affecting suppose universities in a number of lights. You know that pasta kid that's provided to students is presumably evicted at research. Capacities infected out. Teaching capacity is affected. This is at a time when university stop for a lot of pressure to move glosses online. This is at a time when students arguably need more care more care because students are also stressed because of what's happening to them during the cupboard cross so it's been a pretty extraordinary period for how universities and unfortunately it's not something that is getting any as yell so we're left with the situation not only where forty thousand academics have lost their job breath casual and covenant but where still the same number of subjects need to be taught with a lot less academics and that means teaching loads go up class sizes get. Bigger young emerging academics. Who want to make a research. Career will begun to this improvises. Now be saying. I'm so flat out teaching. I've got to do any of that research that i was supposed to do. The system is now designed so that you can't do research on. The countries are investing hugely in their research and innovation. If at the moment does damage. germany's just announced a couple of months ago. Ninety billion dollar program in addition to what they already do every country in the world. Even singapore just put twenty billion dollars into research and innovation and our research. Funding has been scaled. Back with more scaled. Back as a result of the loss of the international student fees so strenuous very vulnerable position forty percent of our exports or iowa. What happens when that disappears whereas the value add guide to come from our exploit makes if it isn't based on knowledge and ingenuity applied.
At The Races With Steve Byk
"greider" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk
"Guys will take care of each other better than so they give him seven days already. Seemed light and then give them after the del mar. Meet the complete joke. I listen. I can't take vacation. I'll take a week off or go to hawaii for seven days after mar. It means nothing. So you're punishing a guy for reacting to a difficult situation and you're basically given a pass to a guy who created a dangerous situation makes no sense to me And how much of that. I mean is is a negotiation by the agent. Doing that. i mean how how. How is that from the from. A protocol standpoint. Handle out you know. I i. i don't. I don't want to speak about this situation because i don't know the facts of who went in there and and lobbied or negotiated this I had an incident in saratoga. Where i i lost my head after getting disqualified. And i you know. Infamously ripped the phone out of the wall and had strong classic the classic moment saratoga history legendary. Yes so the next day. I had to go into the hearing and i. My blood was still boiling and the guild representatives jerry bailey and aaron greider and they make and when i first went in they were looking to give me fifteen days and a fifteen ten thousand off five fifteen day suspension. Ten thousand dollar fine. Then i went off in the meeting again. And aaron and jerry hustle. Me out of the room and let us talk him. Go out came back and it was like ten days in the five thousand dollar fine. I i think that's when i brought up i was going to have the sun's italy march on saratoga 'cause they were prejudice and accept me out of the room again and aaron. Jerry kept lobbying negotiate on by biafran ultimately i had to pay a twenty five hundred dollar fine no days and pay for the damage inflicted on a window. The phone and You know my checkbook. Okay well all right you know And asked if i could give it to like anna house or the beat program but it had it had to go to the state but anyway so that was how that was negotiated So i- whoever is the negotiating for negotiator or stuff..
At The Races With Steve Byk
"greider" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk
"Guys will take care of each other better than so they give him seven days already. Seemed light and then give them after the del mar. Meet the complete joke. I listen. I can't take vacation. I'll take a week off or go to hawaii for seven days after mar. It means nothing. So you're punishing a guy for reacting to a difficult situation and you're basically given a pass to a guy who created a dangerous situation makes no sense to me And how much of that. I mean is is a negotiation by the agent. Doing that. i mean how how. How is that from the from a protocol standpoint. Handle you know i i. I don't. I don't want to speak about this situation because i don't know the facts of who went in there and and lobbied or negotiated this I had an incident in saratoga. Where i i lost my head after getting disqualified. And i you know. Infamously ripped the phone out of the wall and had strong classic. The classic moment history. Yes so the next day. I had to go into the hearing and i. My blood was still boiling and the guild representatives jerry bailey and aaron greider and they make and when i first went in they were looking to give me fifteen days and a fifteen hundred ten thousand off five fifteen day suspension. Ten thousand dollar fine. Then i went off in the meeting again. And aaron and jerry hustle. Me out of the room and let us talk him. Go out came back and it was like ten days in the five thousand dollar fine. I i think that's when i brought up i was going to have the sun's italy march on saratoga 'cause they were prejudice and accept me out of the room again and aaron. Jerry kept lobbying negotiate on by biafran ultimately i had to pay a twenty five hundred dollar fine no days and pay for the damage inflicted on a window..
"greider" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The team temporarily evacuating the plaza outside Pfizer Forum this afternoon after some thunder and lightning in the area as people returned the bus does this where there's a will. There's a way I think the rain will just bring them out to play a little bit. Dear District Gates aren't officially open, but the pregame energy again fills the air bucks. Fans like Jason are confident the series will go back to Phoenix. All tied up and six feeling good. We're shooting good. We're going to Has a right now outside of Pfizer Forum, ready to bring the energy inside. Tip off tonight See the intensity of the people and seeing how rowdy we can get and into it in the Dear District. Tony Barrack WTMJ news. Strong team formed, meteorologist Brian Ghadir says will likely be in the clear for the next couple of hours. Flight chance from about seven o'clock until end. Can't rule out a chance of his body downpour, But This is great timing to have this first wave moves clear and in the second wave with the Cold front to be forming sometime toward the end of the game, or even later, your full five day forecast coming up in just a few moments. The box are said to reopen the Dear District here at 6 30. It won't just be celebrities in the stands. Tonight's Kareem Abdul Jabbar will be a Pfizer form ahead of Game four as Possibly will. The Packers quarterback here's ESPN Milwaukee host marked out? I do believe Jason, that Aaron Rodgers not only a B, F. I served tonight. I also believe he will be roundly. Applauded. Not 100% roundly applauded. That is my prediction or coverage of box and sons. Game four gets underway at 7 30 tip off set for just after eight p.m. Victim and suspected shooter now both identified following Tuesday's deadly shooting at the pilot Travel station in Caledonia, the Racine County sheriff's Office. Identifying the victim is 22 year old Anthony Greider, and the shooter is 32 year old John.
The Free Agents
"greider" Discussed on The Free Agents
"The trade is a weird situation for the heat. Because it's it's a strange one. It almost looks like we're back in two thousand ten for the miami heat when they got rid of everybody in the off season. And we're able to sign. You know lebron dwayne wade and sign and trade. For for chris bosh because right now under contract next year it's jimmy butler obama bio i sure and then get your team option get rid of ego dolla team option all the depot. God trevor rees. Gone dwayne deadened. God be elites has gone so they can somehow make this happen. i mean they. They could base a package. Maybe around precious chula. I know that sounds a little bit nuts. The wizards gotta go younger. They just have to they to cash in. And so. I don't know if you can pry away tyler herro but to make those numbers work. I think you gotta do it with with bradley. Beal there was the extent. I throw that in air quotes that he signed in two thousand nineteen oneplus one but i was a fun one year experiment with russell westbrook. But i don't think they should but yeah the class. It's not the nuggets. He would improve the knicks. But he's not taking the ship don't take And i don't think he really works. Well with ben simmons and philadelphia if they could make that work so yeah. i'm not. i'm not seeing that. let's. I think the he would love to try and get another guy because there they just they set this up with butler a bio to do it. Now they're not waiting So this is this is the time. Butler is not getting young. I get what the chris. Paul two bucks scenario is i think they were thinking drew holidays for younger. Now we got our three person team here. Jimmy butler bam out of jimmy's old You know he's asking for a star with those legs. He's got tibbs legs so somebody in there now. Now let's go to the doctor ears. Tiaa arena you. Gotta get good lowry destination. Where would you like to see this guy. How about in dallas alongside luka doncic values williams sense that to me now that i have said it out loud somebody in the stream team suggested it. That almost does feel sun's light to me where you've got a superstar. There was devon booker for the sense. It's obviously luca for the mavericks. But s- i mean it would take a little bit of pressure off luca right. I think it would be good for kristaps porzingis to have kyle lowry yelling at him all the time. Much the same way having chris paul. Yelling at the andrea has improved his game this year. I think that's actually a nice fit. Shout out to whoever came up with that one coming through with the content a lot. It was nate greider. Now like i sent ride or die baby. That's why we twice shirt right. Hoops is hopping and say. I suggested luca to dallas interesting interesting okay. I think i should go there. I just know fans on twitter especially throughout these playoffs took a lot of joy in pointing out all the teams that were failing in the playoffs. That could have and should have probably traded for call our at the trade deadline. Your sixers and your heat and your lakers and there's probably forgetting that it was like well well look could had lowry. Could've made the deal and didn't want to or you. Didn't you thought you were giving up too much. Who knows if that's even true. Who knows if messiah our trading them. Those are all great stuff though. I love that. I liked that dallas. One now they start thinking about. It makes a lot of sense. Makes a lotta sense. Also like the triple b that you got going in miami the bam butler and bill there. I don't know if lavar ball would be upset about that. Cross that bridge when we get there. I think he'd like it. That's baby you would create a controversy. That's true that's true three on three match. Let's get in the ring next question here. We know duncan carino's. I've been thinking about who wanna see win. The finals and i ended up deciding. I want the sons in devon booker to win just to see the larry o'brien in some aesthetic de book. Instagram picks next to pool with those grainy filters so my question is have you ever wanted to see a random team or player wins something just to see how they would celebrate. Thanks that's from that lee from your neck of the woods. Sunbury australia australia matt matt. Yeah yeah matt matt. His family was the third family and something else right. That's right after you guys after the yeah. Is there a random team player you want to. You want to win just so you can see how they would celebrate. That's right. I mean devon booker very photogenic takes good pictures but pardon my homer ism for a second. But when i heard the deer district in milwaukee as they're doing right now looks great outside the arena. Even when they're on the road they've got in arena fans fans outside the arena and they're expanding to a second section by the arena. They're getting big. It reminded me of twenty thousand nineteen the great city of toronto. If you remember yet jurassic park was bumping right by the arena but they had knocked down the barricades to go all the way down the street because there were section after section after section not only did it expand down the street it expanded west and east all over the country. There are at least thirty parties in different cities. Jurassic park west in mississauga pill. Street in montreal was shutdown. Other appeal was bumping roger square in halifax east. Jd that was for you. They went all the way to vancouver. I mean this is a local team but the entire country was celebrated. I would say the largest surface area for any local. You know canada's big. I don't they had when yellowknife for none of it or whatever but It's a lot of sorcery. That's a lot of footage square footage. They covered there so yeah. This isn't a national team. It's not canada playing the uso. That's pretty cool So i wanted to see. I wanted candidate celebrate but i found it difficult to think of like an individual that i wanted to see. Get down. get down you know. Maybe you want to see. Chris paul win because you want to see chris. Paul winner yannis swing. 'cause you wanna cnn. But i want to dance. I guess not. I guess you'd have to see him. Perform like mark truck a bottle of wine. But i didn't know markelle soul going to juggle bottle right. I mean. I guess you could say you want the bucks to win. Because you're convinced brook lopez would go to disneyworld right away and take the larry. O'brien on splash mountain or something like that. Yeah which is. I mean if they win. That's exactly what he's gonna do. You can almost lock that in but yeah it is tough. Do you have an answer lead to this. Well we're remember. We've had brian scallop brainy with his great off to the celtics wanted to and on this podium..
Aussie Beer Explorers
"greider" Discussed on Aussie Beer Explorers
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Blocked and Reported
"greider" Discussed on Blocked and Reported
"I'm assists woman and kind of classic millennial sects pickle. I'm really repelled by heterosexuality politically personally. But i'm also really into dick. I've been thinking. Maybe i should look for by by curious. Gay dudes but. I'm not sure how best to do that. Rich what would you think of a woman being on grinder scruff. I do want to be respectful of gaiman spaces and not horn. And where. I'm not welcomed but i really would love to find a verse guy with queer politics. Who would who would be up for casually dating a woman. What do you think if you were me. Where would you look radical so riches answer to this was sort of like okay you can do it but be polite but i thought the whole thing was stupid so i wrote my own column. That must have been his slow news. Day wrote my own column and respond to this sort of like a a second opinion. An unsolicited second opinion. I'll read you a little bit of my call. So people can sort of get the tone assuming that the self-loathing heterosexual men actually exists. She doesn't specify what exactly it is about heterosexuality politically whatever that is that. You find repellent. Perhaps it's the mandatory sexual 's everyone knows the only way for women to get out of the missionary position in washing. The dishes is to either go gay or data man that's it. There's no other possibility but to get serious for a moment. I'm curious about why this woman thinks bisexual or vicarious dues are somehow inherently better than straight men. Does she think there's something about men fucking men that makes them more feminist more ethical and if so how she ever met one or has she ever heard him jeffrey dahmer. Ironically this letter writers actually stereotyping queer men as sin of the highest order because queer men are actually just as complex human and flawed. Is anyone else. Character is no more determined bisexuality that it is by collar and men on greider are no less likely to be good or bad than men. On tender or bubble there are however more likely to be gay into wonder. Why the hell she is on kreider so while this woman didn't ask for my advice. Here's my unsolicited opinion. If you really wanna be queer but can't keep up the dick. Find yourself a nice. No op trans lemon. And if that doesn't solve this classic millennial sex a big. There's always tender and bubble. I'm sort of surprised that got published in the stranger in twenty twenty. This must have been my editor must have been out for the day. I don't think that they would publish that now. Anyway so a couple weeks ago or a couple of months ago. I had of course totally forgotten about this. It was longtime ago and much has happened since january. Twenty twenty but a couple of months ago. I got a message on reddit. Jesse let me read this to. Hey i'm the odious slate rhetoric letter writer you covered.
Sandy K Nutrition
"greider" Discussed on Sandy K Nutrition
"I would say that. I've had many interviews over the last little while that actually relates back into the health of the cells. For sure we're going to go to some some graphs. Oh we'll skip that this blackburn. She received the nobel with carol greider in a fellow from stanford in two thousand nine for their discovery in tetra which basically pond scum of the enzyme that allows the We call it the ta- llamas enzyme that allows the -til embarrassed to be turned back on or activated. Anyway she what she's saying here. Is that telomere. Slow the rate Telomerase i'm sorry the enzyme at which telomeres degrade and so forth and people with longer kilmer's have less risk of developing the comment elizabeth aging and there's hundreds and hundreds of clinical studies. That support this short. Telomeres you have more vulnerability to everything and you have a shorter lifespan. Potential so this is the study. Yeah that was in. Russian translated. The took need to russia Two thousand three. When i saw this because up to this point you know the holy grail and key lamar science was. Is there anything that you can do to slow the loss of teela mirrors. Yeah there are. Some things cut out the stress a few things. Is there anything that you can do to grow them. No there isn't okay. But when i saw this i thought what they're talking about. Is there inducing kilometers activity and the words t long gatien. I mean i just was shocked that the russians had figured out how to basically to lengthen telomeres. Because if you can lengthen -til amir's you get more cell replication so Oh this is michel. Foucault rea- great fellow. He's us here Scientists and so forth. He claims that it's the single. Most promising approach to reverse the effects of aging. Michael is brilliant. And i disagree with him and he and i talk about this exchange emails and so it's an important aspect of aging but it is not the most promising as far as i'm concerned None of these are the most promising..
The AO Show
"greider" Discussed on The AO Show
"Open era and when he returned to the all england club is the defending champion in nineteen. Seventy one as i found out it wasn't a toddle. He was willing to give up easily. Great to have you on the show on the fiftieth anniversary of your seventy one. Wimbledon title researching. This interview felt a bit light. Writing the script of a seventies film about a maverick here are much to the beta design drum. I'm curious to know how you look back on john mccain the tennis platt what was he like underneath the public face. I think pretty much What you what you saw on the court was What you got off the court. I enjoy having Enjoyed having a laugh as Pretty pretty good competitor. Pretty tough competitor. what you sores. What you really got you. Major first grand slam appearance in nineteen sixty as a fifteen year old and then six years later you major first major final in the us. Where you loss to fred. Stolley what did you learn from the ozzy grits. That went before you. I was very fortunate. coming from australia and i had team might as a squad member and the davis cup and i had wimbledon and number one plies in the will like Rod laver neale fraser and roy. Msn and to practice and try and with so growing up in that atmosphere When you hang around champion some practice with champions start to think like a champion. So i think it was a big edge edge in asia youngest writings coming up to be Around olas great playas So when you when you did get through to a big final you went kinda surprised that you were. They just thought all water. It takes a long and you'll never fried when she got the a few titles through the late sixties. But let's talk about your success. In the open era particularly wimbledon back to back singles titles nineteen seventy against. Ken rosewall in the final. And then the following year against stan smith what you remember about returning to the all england club is the defending champion and seventy one Well going back to the To wimbledon as the defending champion. It's you get the honor applying the opening match on the on the senate court of the tournament. And that's always a sort of a big thrill. It kicks the kicks the tournament. Off of course is added pressure there. Because you out of the defending champion but Put it like this on rather go out there as the defending champion. Then gary out there is someone lost in the quarterfinal. Leave before and tell us about the final itself against stan smith through another man with an almighty brand and reputation the game Another five-set final. I believe yes that was A five-set final against Against stan stan was a very tough competitor. He'd Big toll six foot four Always coming at you And he was never gonna go away had to you had to beat him out there and after starting off plying greider. I got into a bit of trouble down two sets to one. I came back very strong in the fourth set And then managed to break him halfway through the fifth I think For stand when he led to six to one he he always had a little bit of Akaki walk when he was on top of someone. And i noticed that noise thought. Well you got a long white guy might before you're going to hold the wind will interesting So i'd Fortunately it was able to get up and be demand five. It's funny that observation that you had to stand. You have often been described as a thinker. Thinking man's champion by mel anderson. rod live. have spoken of you this way. What do you think your best attributes as tennis plaza. I think mobile ability to think out there was Important from a young age. I was always someone that Took heed of what people told me. if i knew what our talking about maybe they came from my mother So i got a tip from anyone I i always put it to good. Use think on think through it. And i was told when i was twelve that you learn more from losing a match than winning a match and i thought about that. And so after I might a habit of every time. I'd lose a match Within an hour. I'd spend five or ten minutes thinking i actually lost that match and doing an honest evaluation of wild lost the match and realizing that that was there that was areas that are had on native to improve on I think from a very early age was was trying my mind to be to be strong out there to be identified what was happening during the match And always try to portray To yourself out the you you don't worry about what's happening even if you're losing I think that people when they applied me. The guys knew that no matter how. How much on top of me they always knew as never gonna go away so We gotta have long thought before i was willing to To give in their plays on the tour today that you think also share that quality with you. Yeah you know you look at the three top ones federa. Talk of each in a dull They they never bitten out there. You can see they. They never show. And they feist that britain. If the lockdown and i think that the smart young playas Of to die would Would take should take a lot of lessons from Having observed at that they do it. I mean that's what we did growing up. We've always went and watched the the playas who champion so the die Plying in trod tight listens from doing at the so I would hope that the guy's like sits passenger evan And maybe maybe nedved medvedev they they would have taken a lot of a lot of lessons from just observing Those three right plies today. And i can't guard without getting your tip for the men's and women's singles title at wimbledon. Have you had to think about. He would get up. In the men's i can't really guy pass jock itch but i think the the The the best outsider is The eunyoung italian guy matteo barron katie. I'm very impressed with how he's applying as a big toll guy moves. Well he's gotta go to terrific serve Big forehand unlucky slice backhand and he. He knows how volley so he could. He could cause some problems. at wimbledon And in the women's You know hype that. Asha can re re ash body can refund the game That you know she had a leading into the into the french. It's been a while that she's been off since then She's going to have to battle to survive through the first wake but if she Through too deep into the second week i would Would not be surprised. Full to see ash woke. Walk away with the first wimbledon crown. It would be a wonderful thing for australian tennis. Thank you for your predictions. John malcolm thank you so much for sharing your insights on tennis and some memories from your korea as we celebrate fifty years since you're nineteen seventy-one wimbledon title. My pleasure lost episode. We brought you the story of evonne goolagong in her maiden major title at roland. Garros in nineteen seventy one in that interview. The sixty nine year old recounted her childhood dream of one day playing on centre court at wimbledon. Well that dream became reality fifty years ago this month as we continue the yvan goolagong story after winning the french i was feeling great. You know. It's filling so-called for it and some really couldn't wait for the next match seven wimbledon cameron. I was just always on a high on a high enough to realize that. I've dropped as soon as you tell me But then it was time to play against margaret in the final at my hero growing up. You know Margaret wonderful champion and But i felt good as well. You know i'll give her a good go. I think today have. I'm feeling terrific so When we started playing hours playing really well was on a roll and and imprinted suddenly finished at one us half couldn't believe it a bit and And of course. I was very excited because The first thing that came to my mind really was. I shaved my dream just like that princess magazine story that i read that that magical santa quarter one molin and so achieved that dream so so it made made that moment even more special for me. That's all for this episode. Join me again in a fortnight as we wrap up the championships in the meantime don't forget to subscribe. And if you like what. You hear. Pleased write reviews. More fans can enjoy the airship..
Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks
"greider" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks
"Again. That's the point of the character people in the cabinet. Why can't really it's just. Because he has a punishable as like honestly. That guy in rolette. Punishable greg portugal. What sports. that's intentional too. Because it's like. I said they wanted someone who you could tell. Wasn't steve rogers. Even with that mask on exactly did not getting into the moral outtake character and greet this issue is kids. We're talking anything else. Like i said. I don't know what they were doing while they it's really great runs wally but the first two and a half years of that wally book they literally did not renew the everything that the water make it steal it. So you weren't interested in while you were interested in seeking out in that journey. You didn't ask you know we've already seen it. Seems like every writing into anything really they can either. They changed stuff like every ar-kar to it's just like okay are are supposed to be fun if it can be a one in done united you can do anything with an annual and they chose this and it's just like i felt so bad for artists artists and get a crop Comes in. But but i mean i know. They're doing this early in his run. But it's like man. They really make wally jerk in this. Especially like when. He's like telling connie where he's going and stuff love singers jerks omar. I dated a lot. But because he's like oh he's like i know some younger than bury he's like a lot less establish and again berry was a nice asked him. Why no but just the whole thing. The truth is most women are pretty insecure. And that's the way they were brought up but it's biology to really s. I know really got write air. Land senatorial what additonal staff publish. That i was gonna say turning comic today. You're not gonna you're gonna be there. Twitter will get you filed very quickly. I mean oh. My god i mean just look at the physical differences. Men are hard-edged and muscular. Women are soft and curved. Men do the hunting in the fighting. Women tenor hirth and raise the children. That's just lay. It is having to raise your dad. They i don't why is my not ways that was like you were saying i mean the disrespect goes back to this era. Because i mean when you kid flash was pretty nice guy. It's the hormones. When you get that extra testosterone makes you jerk against that lottery money up. You know what why we money. The curse is kind of a proven fact at this point. So maybe maybe that's why head can in the lottery. Coach made him alex. Believe in bender's midnight. Bring that ourika up chat. Why don't you trying to hurt us like that. It's too early in the morning. That buddy come on. Spend spend as yeah. I much rather talk to two thousand sixteen annual. Yeah maybe we'll get there over the next flash were due to episodes from now. I mean we're going to get the origin of chunk sousa or chest chester's on the show. Now so let's go young flash. Yeah what the time travel. Yeah i know when else. Go trying so hard. It's ninety nine is so obvious. To ninety eight was so long ago louisiana. Hello it was. Though right. I mean i just say the bill times bro. Better times i'm not. I love the matrix. It's not out yet. That's right there valley. Go watch them film stupid but just the clothes they dress up house say i remember some of them but i'm like baby bucket hat. Clothes they were wearing was like more was late night. These is more like early to midnight. i felt the late nineties. We're past that. But that's just recollection. Yeah mixed but you know that that's just how it is. It's like you know. Some people hang on trends little longer more other people adopt other things early. You have those people in the middle that don't know l. the new at all stages benchers jeans greider. Great look for anyone. That's all i'm going to say. all right. how that boots. Yes you know like you know. Some behind the scenes stuff like is a certain number of episodes like we can't have great gusting or maybe negotiator because he does have a kid and a wife now needs some time off. So i'm like what you've been allowed went through in that records. Got out storylines that one season fell in another movie. Man can i was gonna say there are some years. were like. oh ya'll they gotta give him a episode or two off the film the crossover Crossover this year. So you know the pandemic a star. He knows it. I would be mad at went for his star power at that. Point is the show. He is he. W at this point which. Just be honest speaking of flexible. You see you got jack well. Lightning game mavs. It finally paid off. I think a lot of those guys like during the pandemic when they nothing to do they serve working out extra. He hasn't you can tell that he looked unnaturally thin guys. When he probably got you. Have the time to get with the dietitian nutritionist. And actually a real game plans if you wanted to put on muscle. 'cause i have a thing when you have a high metabolism it. It's hard to put on muscle so accurately dedicating focus on it. And they have the time to do it so he didn't. He's like well steve. Now gone against now on me to flash the ads. Honestly nobody slash. So i'm because of the clamp on the cw but go in five by our even here this point. This makes me frigging sick on the view. It everyday inauthentic. I just can't as the flashes over. I will never watch. cw again. I thought you were a legend legislate. Smartest him. I can watch that mouth on this or you know a canadian station. Whatever he's not viewership after the lashes off but even superman. I gotta episode. I mean i thought it was a little too early in the season for time. Travel up his own. What that's what i'm saying. I wonder if he has certain like grandkids. Certain episodes number of episodes offer his In his contract. I wonder if they wanted to do it early. And get out of the way so they could be somewhere knows a. Weren't they talk. We're talking about something about him in. Yeah that's what i heard out so i mean literally in the season if they're not doing like handles another show should have been done by the time. The show this particular episodes airing. So i think having a day off on people opt to take off for the pandemic. Even this was not the whole superman. Lois thing that's taken this break. So they can catch up because they had the shut down for a while. Yeah.
Now Try This
"greider" Discussed on Now Try This
"We didn't need like a character that we were following. Wrong because rebel kind of disappears at some point in the movie you just disappeared right so then like that wasn't explained where he went. No yeah only in the flash players only in the hunchback so then that's a part of it too. Why did he just disappear. If you eat job was done. If you needed to help these kids why did you just fucking hoof. Because all the kids were done. Oh my god. I know we're done. And he was the ten so we left so he just like i'm out. Yeah because if when you can people if you reveal the calm they're all gonna be they're all going to be like. Oh i'm so fucked up. Oh my god i don't. I don't know what's going on this movie guys if you if you don't know what we're talking about if you've made it this far go listen because it is a wild ride. I don't know what happened. The ending weird convoluted. I think what might have happened is maybe he was being too like intellectual. Maybe someone was like. Hey you need to edit a change at around. Maybe he didn't have enough budget to make a true ending. No no you did exactly what he meant to do. I think what is as what's happening. He just like lays blessed. It was a weird ending and made no sense. I- rewatch at the end. I think i think she could have been a hypnotist. Like i will. I will concede on that fact. Like maybe it's not a god thing. I just don't i don't know she talked to the lady. She talked to the dying lady. Who was like depressive and suicidal. And then she was fixed. That's extra. She did hypnotize her. Yes she was a student. She didn't sign to help simon or something. I feel like something is there and i was. I thought she found out what the mother did and he wanted to help. I thought he was not the take. I don't think he was hypnotized. You in on it yet. Don't think he was in on it. I don't think you did it voluntarily. Because there was a line like woke up or i had a weird dream or something like that like there is a line like that in the movie. Oh yeah you're right. Yeah so. I i don't know who so terribly So moms god that she did short. Mommy's berkow guys. I also think if you're gonna if you're gonna see the god theory. I don't think the sun could be included in that even if any even go and the mother is the hypnotist and she orchestrated everything. Yeah yeah. But i don't think she was a follower of simon because she's more powerful she 'cause she did all this she like. Why would she if. Simon conjure do themselves. Why would she need to be involved at all. Yeah his is so weird. I don't know right needed him for. Maybe she wanted him that he had no idea what was going on. You know way. hold on. What if she used her son right she. She figured out some basic level of hypnosis user son to get into the program and then found out his secrets and was able to then use the techniques. Yourself what will use them. Yeah bless gashi. She originally sent her son in right like she was like okay. You're going to go and be a spy for me. But but everything already started now. He goes in right and he goes in no pence that he's like a bad kid and word. That was a flashback. The secrets somebody it was with. No wasn't a flashback. That's why that's why. I'm saying that's why he doesn't remember what happened. He like. I feel like i had a dream. It wasn't a flashback. It was after. I see the gods turning your ears greider. But it was after her death. His dad is alive right. Yeah he lies so rebel has no. Here's the thing. Rebel has no problems. Yes rebel has agreed to. what's so. why does the mom care i. That's why i'm trying to figure out like she's only got whatever whatever. Okay both our theories make no sense at all. No closer zo. I in the program for a reason. And i don't know why that's. It's very confusing to me. And i got my as a deus ex marcus. So it makes if i'm correct which makes no sense but if i'm correct and make sense you know what i mean. Okay yeah okay nick. We're at the end of the so. Yeah we are. Did you think of the movie. All right what is i forgot. The question so riled up you like everything. Did you like the movie. No man hated it. Really hate like it or just hated it. I didn't hey. I will never ever. That's very that's fair okay. I i had fun watching it. And i laughed like i just genuinely laughed like a few times during the failed. Where four types. yeah. I left a couple of times. It was like it was fun. It's a good hate watch. I don't know if i would ever watch it again because it is pretty long for a. Hey watch movie. But i would. I would say that. Like i had a good time. Would you recommend the spill. I would recommend this movie to people who like to watch movies if you like the room if you like movies like that and you have a good time with your friends i think this is what about you. I don't know it's really long. Oh problematic. I don't think i would win at all. I don't think i will have a record by this film to anybody. I will recommend people to watch the room and dissatisfied Way before i ever suggested this ville. Okay that's fair okay. Now which paul. I might watch. It might watch another out. He has the credit. I would check it out. I would see what of movies. He's tube-like pretentious. But it is kind of like the trend of these kinds of movies right like watch. Movies are the ones that take them seriously. And are terrible. like neil bream and tommy. Why so like newest film that came out two years ago was none deadly confession. My watch that it's it's there. He's like deadly catchy title. I'm to put deadly in everything. I'm the deadly ran. Okay would you watch another of his movies. Now you see. How will i watch undoubtedly confession. No i will not bad bad choices. That's wrong if i got it on the podcast i will wait. I will not do this. Myself widow okay. Guys thank you for listening. I have to give his challenge. Nick challenged next week is to watch the brand new show invincible on amazon prime. Oh this just came out right. It's a brand new animated cartoon. Even though it is animated. I will say this. It is four adults so go watch it. It is pretty violent. So graphic content warning to watch i three episodes. I'm really excited. That is technically all that is out right now. Maybe the fourth episodes coming out tomorrow so check it out is highly recommended guys. We had sounded go watch. It is based on one of my favorite comic books. I'm excited guys. Follow us at now. Try this cast to let us know your thoughts as you're washing it. Leave a review on apple podcasts. Five stars and joined the patriots. It's a new month. That means we need new suggestions of what to do next month. Patriot dot com slash. Now try this cast. If you joined the five dollar here you can make suggestions but even if you just joined the one dollars here just show a little bit of love. You can vote in the middle of the month to decide what we do to make sure we never do another deadly. That's very true guys. You can protect us from having to do episodes like this by joining and voting and submitting guys. Thank you so much. If you joined us here we had a good amount of people. Joined joining us tonight. Thank you if you are listening on spotify itunes or wherever you get your podcast thank you also and thank you for watching. Now go out there and try those not clean. That's not clean. I'm going to do it again. Okay five four three two one s. Thank you for listening. Now go out there and try some things you it thank you thank you thank you. Thank you.
The Graveyard Show Podcast
"greider" Discussed on The Graveyard Show Podcast
"I knew that all the action would be taking place on the other side of the sad or in the bathroom or something like that so there was no reason for me to have to do it every single time but we did do it a ally and it just a lot of planning well. Let's talk about that because you do. Have an extensive background in editing How much of that background really helped. Prep you for directing so much. It makes me a better writer. It makes me a better director you know for years and years and years. I mean i still make my living as an editor editing other people's stuff and every single day that you're cutting you wish that you had that shot or you wish that you had that inserts so whenever i'm shortlisting or i'm doing storyboards like yes. I'm getting all the photos that i know. I'm going to need whenever i pieced movie together. And then in terms of performance understanding tone understanding character that that is something very much shaped by editing but so so as a result i was able to approach all the moments when we were filming with the actors with sort of like the edited movie in my head and being able to guide them and say. Here's what i needed for this moment knowing that. That's going to be on screen. It's interesting because you're i think you're the fourth director. I've had on the program. Now that came from an editing background. Patrick lucia when he was on for my bloody valentine three day kevin greider when he was on for sussex and just recently jay for cursed films. I always find it interesting. How editors move into directing and it seems like quite ineffective way of getting into the director's chair sue editing. I'm kinda surprised more people don't really try to do that. Well i don't know. I think the editing is definitely a craft art form. And it's not for everybody. It takes a certain kind of mind to be able to sit there and just stiff through footage you know over and over and over again all the time so suffer everyone but i would think though that because you have your cutting it when as the editor you're cutting it and you're looking at shots and you're giving director new directors notes as to. Maybe what they didn't get or maybe what they should get before they shoot the scene. You have that now in your brain as you're planning for it Action storyboards so. Did you story board the whole movie or just certain scenes we we stored key sequences especially the effects sequences and You know like bigger moments. I i mean i. I probably started board. I don't know that's that's not entirely true. I guess i wrote over happily again. That was another layer. Another layer planning. That i felt i had to do. I wouldn't necessarily do that on an on every movie but i needed. It was it was it was a movie had to walk on set. Not exactly what we were shooting. Couldn't leave anything up to chess. I was going to say. I'm assuming that your budget was fairly low and on top of that. You're shooting a movie within a movie. So you have to rely on that and i'm sure that is limited and you had a lot of effects you have a lot of. Cg practical facts plus everything going on so it would only make sense that you would want to story board at least the key sequences if not most or all the film actually i wanna kind of go from now making movie into the actual story itself. Your your story has a lot of really interesting things happening in it. The main thing of course the whole world of social media and how that plays in the story really kind of brings it into the modern day. Was that something that you really wanted to bring to the story when you were telling it. I wanted to feel like it was a current movie for sure but you know it since since its inception really in twenty fifteen and then the release of the short term twenty sixteen. It's almost like the moves become more relevant today than it was back that i mean in the feature film i wrote. I wrote the suicide. The attempted suicide. Max has to hang himself. I wrote that on long before we started hearing reports of people doing that. Same thing on facebook or before you start hearing reports of people being tortured or having a horrible things streamed live. That's all that's all happened later on. And then most recently in twenty twenty with democ and everything like that. I've had multiple people. We love the title. It just feels like it's really what's happening today and it. It's a little eerie. How precious the movie is. Because i never plant granting it really does it really felt like just shot it like like a month ago i mean is that current and one of the one of the fun parts. I had watching. The movie was when you would cut to the webcam and you would see all the live streaming comments happening. How much thought went into. That was something that you an atom wrote or was this something that you guys adler to somebody else do it. How did that. How did that happen. That was unsold until glad you brought that up because that is something that happened post production and i knew i personally that i was not going to be able to pull this off by myself and make it as good as it needed to be. So what i did was invited about fifteen krenz over to my house. Got him all liquor up. They all had a laptop and then in a shared like google sheet. They wrote their own. They wrote their own user names and comments and everything like that and we pause pause the movie every time you got to the end of the scene and i just made him keep running and running us and i contributed to it too but the it was great because we had a really diverse crowd you know. People from different countries spoke different languages. So we've got to get international. Feel in their full garrity. The album filthy. You would see on any internet chat stream and then of course. I truly believe that like what's happening on the webcast israel so we really went broth dissident. I'm we're everyone by the dvd just to watch her. Read the chaffey and to hit pause. You know i wanted to. And i was like i do this. I'll never finish the movie. Because i'll be here. I wouldn't be ready to disintegrate and it really was. It was a lot of fun. Because at first i saw it and i was kind of like okay and then and then i saw cut back and i'm like oh i got to start paying attention to these things. A lot work went into this. And i was like you know i mean it's really interesting and it does it. Has that authenticity that does make it feel like it's actually happening for real. So was the other thing. I like about your film added kind of it kind of brought me back to some of the to the saw series. You have a group of people you have our our trio where they start off as one way and then as the film progresses the later start to get peeled back and we start to see all these things like betrayal this quest for celebrity this childhood trauma. How important was it for you to bring that into this script. The movies very personal for me and all of those things that you just mentioned are are things that you know either. They happened to me in some way shape or form. And i just looked at so that is really important for me and it is it is i think it brings a certain level of authenticity. Because i think that everyone can relate to these things more way or another. I think that's important in any kind of storytelling. If you wanna if you wanna be able to captivate an audience they have to be able to relate or connect with your characters some way and i think on authenticity and honesty as a filmmaker comes through an intangible thing but i think that people do pick up on it. And that's that's the reason why i think ended up did the cast you. Have you have ryan guzman. Who plays max he. He's was also the antagonists in the boy next door. And then you have. Kyle gollner who plays drew. And he has some experience with the nightmare on elm street remake and just finished up a new screen movie and then alex and jealous fu plays lane. She comes from magnificent seven. C seasoned actors. Who came in here. Was there a lot of rehearsal you did with them in the room prior to shooting or was it more like we don't really have the time let's just block..
Bonus Episode: Hairstylist Chris McMillan
"You are. You're a businessman your salon owner. But you're also you know it's ten so corny saying this celebrity hairstylist. I feel like I'm reading. You Know People magazine boldface Celebrity Hairstyles hairstylists to the stars Chris. Mcmillan you are the rare hairstylist. Who is a hybrid of all of these things I mean how did you plan to become like a salon owner? Did you plan to do celebrities hair like did you? What was your end goal? My plan was to do five people's hair a day and charge them hundred dollars each so I would make five hundred dollars a week. I would make two thousand dollars a month and so then I would rent an apartment for a thousand to twelve hundred dollars a month. I would get a car that I think I was looking at like Volkswagen's or something that was like two fifty a month so that's how I thought about it that way. I was able to do what I do like. I always kept that SORTA That's how my brain I'm a real believe it or not. I'm a real simple thing. And it just snowballed from there of that happen. You don't charge your hundred bucks for haircut anymore you know. I was given opportunities to prove myself and I've always taken advantage of those opportunities. I truly from the bottom of my heart was meant to do hair. I really was. Who's hair have you been doing that like the longest like who is the first person that got this one hundred dollar haircut my mall okay? My mom always had bleached blond hair. Fair Faucet like my mom always had kool hair always. That was her thing. Gio is a great hair. She loved her hair stylist. Nick she always had great hair. She was pregnant with me. And that's the first hair salon. I went that I worked at was Nicole's in Manhattan beach on Tenth Manhattan Avenue when I graduated high school like the day the next day. I worked there because I had my licence. Oh wow you were like in it to win it yeah I. My mom was like you doing here. I'm like but they're gay and she's like yeah. You're my gay son. I've known since you were too. It's okay you'll be fine while okay that you told me I remember you said. You have some client. I want to say her name is barb. Bonnie Greider Oh Bonnie Bonnie Bonnie writer lives. It's so funny. Her daughter texted me yesterday. As I as everything. Okay I was like. How's your mom and is a body? Greider is a third grade teacher in San Pedro and she has a standing appointment with me since eighteen years old. Every my gosh. She gets her haircut and I still charge her. I basically doer for free. I talked to her sixty sixty five dollars for a haircut and she tip speed thirty five. Oh my God and she comes here salon she could come to my salon and even Gen does like Shaquille. Can you come to my house on Friday at four to blow dry my hair? I'm Bonnie Jennifer Aniston knows about Bonnie generators and knows about bunnies is aggregate. Do Bonnie and then come over this camp. Would I got mega celebrity? Jennifer come to your salon just like a regular person. You always go to her all the time. She loves it so like she might. She might be behind. Bonnie like waiting to check out no she took check. I set my soul on as an old nineteen thirties bungalow house. So it's very private anyway. So it's very easy and comfortable for people like Jennifer to come and get their hair done and I am kind to like in the center so she knows everybody that works with me. Everybody knows I do her hair. So it's not like nobody's bothering her and everyone does that. I'll kill them if they do that. Like all ends. I got a sharpie asking for an autograph. Nobody is the you know every now and then you'll see like someone walked by like. Oh I'm just checking my messages in l. But I'll I'll check them. I'll be like excuse me and they're like sorry. I'm sorry. Sorry the phone away. Have you really done that have you? Have you really checked somewhat? Of course that's how he stays in the bids right this long. I have to think though Bonnie's been around since you were eighteen age. You okay there. You go do some math people. But that means you've seen her through a lot of trends and styles your other clients regret any of the like styles or cuts you've given anyone in the past not really. I've always gravitated. I think I think I have. I'm not like trying to prove myself and do something crazy and be the most creative. I really truly do want people to look the best that they can look but I also do love change like Linda Evangelista when she had long hair and she went short la that change. She looked just as good. You know and I watched you know Madonna Gino and her changes in and people like that like I always been influenced by change. I remember ruined. My mom had long. You know she had like Pamela Anderson Farah Fawcett hair and she came. Back with highlighted. Low Lighted Cheryl teague hair And then and then from that she you know like in the eighties. She cut her hair short and it was sort of like the Lori L. Freehold Moose campaign like my mom came back as Rachel Ward. You're no character and so I've seen really beautiful changes like. That's the kind of change as I like to see. I'm not trying to like be dramatic in and prove myself through hair but I like to change people's hair like my own that has like feathered hair. And then you give them a Bob that was you know a really Nice Change. You just mentioned yes. You're you're not really working in the salon but you're you had been working on the morning. Show the hairs like good but not great. I'm not being rude. I'm saying it looks like a real news anchor. Yeah well that's what was then purposeful. We did that as we you know. We wanted her to be wanted. Alex Levy to be relatable. Almost you know I mean. It's a moment if you the Steve Corrales character can't even think of his day. Right that's lug it's just got fired and she's unraveling yes is stressed and Jews touching her hair a lot and it's all do for
The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast
Understanding the Use of Rudders
"Aviators. While what an exciting in time it is as we move into the holidays here I just feel I feel so excited about aviation in general and just everything. I've got going on here at the finer points. I don't know if you guys heard the podcast cast last week about the magnetic compass But that was really interesting for me. You know one of the standard procedures. The probably know that I teach our flow checks that start with the magnetic compass and check the heading and you know kind of do that. Lightning bolt flow around the cockpit. Backed up with a climb checklist for climbs or cruise checklist for cruise and descent checklist for descent. So I often get asked the question about the magnetic compass last week we kinda got to that topic and after talking to Peter had a chance to go fly it and sort of pivot the compass around and really tested in climbs or descents. And I've always been teaching thing that procedure Even just for the procedural value itself but it was nice to know that you know once you confirm there is no heading. Change in a steady state. Climb climb or descend most. Compasses are indicating accurate. So interesting stuff. The IBOOK has been updated if you're interested in those standard procedures or other standard standard procedures. pre-takeoff briefings passenger briefings callouts. All of that stuff and why it's important. Please go check out the update to setting the standard available now on on the I tunes bookstore. I guess training is an interesting thing because flying really flying the kind of airplanes we're flying has not changed in the last hundred years right so teaching it is an interesting thing because we've been unsuccessful in a lot of ways over those one hundred years so constantly looking for new ways to talk about things or new ways to label things to prevent certain types of accidents. This is kind of what keeps happening in cycles. Almost every fifteen or twenty years so one of the ways we talk about flying in today's language is about stall speed increasing and bank angles right. We hear that all all the time when you roll into a bank you're stall speed increases and the behavior that I'm seeing manifest out of that can sometimes be really strange. Actually dangerous right. So the stall speed does increase in a bank angle if you hold your altitude if you release stick and and don't allow the airplane to accelerate. It will continue to fly at one G in the stall stall speed will not increase but all this talk about the stall speed increasing in a bank angle has created some strange behaviors For example yesterday I'm out flying with the student. The student you know great I got a certificate a long time ago. Hasn't flown in about eight months and goes to make the first turn in the airplane and sort of push is hard rudder. This is you know once he gets to fifteen degrees of bank yaws the airplane around the turn across controls the ailerons to prevent the overbanking tendency and starts to pull back a little bit. And I've seen this before I've seen it you know. I think it's a result of US talking about the stall speed increasing and bank angles. That students students are so apprehensive about banking the airplane and uncertain about what happens that they they do one of two things they either you know. Push hard rudder in the airplane around around the turn which is bad for holistic reasons? We'll get to in a second and the other thing. They sometimes do is sort of dive just thinking. Well if my stall speed increases and I'm going to roll into a bank bank I better keep ninety or one hundred knots of airspeed on this. Maybe even they're thinking of I don't know if you saw that recent fight chops. Video whiff if Dan Greider talking about minimum. Maneuvering speeds on that that are used sometimes in jets. But you know whatever the reason this is this. This is strange behavior either thing and it's a result of not really being comfortable with the airplanes performance the airplanes capabilities and the performance envelope. So here's at. That moment sounded lake when I was flying yesterday with. Danny you gotTA turn with Bank. You're turning and he got to work on that a little bit talk taught that you're holding rotor boss controlling the term so we got back on the ground and we. We really needed to debrief this. I needed to make sure he understood it. So here's the debriefing. The audio from it exactly as I said it to him. And if you're more of a visual person and you WanNa see this debriefing as I say it The video is available to patrons at Patriotair Dot com slash. Learn T.F. It's important to stay coordinate. And so what. I'm seeing you. You do which I see other people do. This isn't as uncommon as you might think it's usually related to people being a little bit uncomfortable banking steep close to the county but your airplane will hit like a certain banking on like this and instead of continuing to roll into a bank. That would cause you to turn what you're doing is pushing inside rudder. Yeah inside riders swings the outside wing through the the air adding airflow which causes it to over bank and to prevent that. You're cross controlling your kind of turning with your left foot to go and then cross controlling Part of the the problem with that is. You're already Bank of little bit so when you saw your not it just yawns from a level plane. You're yawning toward the ground. So whether you know it or not you're also inadvertently because the the pedal would be causing more ground. So you're cross controlling pulling and pushing inside rudder which is how you spend. Now you're not going slow enough awesome senior not pushing the edge of the envelope that we've made me think. Oh my God we're GonNa Student but fundamentally I just want to make sure your understanding the only reason the rudder is there to roll the airplane into a bank and then you neutralize it and it's the horizontal component of the bank wing. That pulls me through. Yeah I got you so for over one hundred years. We've been trying to explain this concept of how pilots should use rudders and after doing this professionally for twenty twenty years. I struggle sometimes to figure out why this is so difficult and clearly it is because loss of control. Accidents are still the leading cause of fatal accidents. So so how do we teach rudder used properly. I mean really teach it teach it so that it makes an impact. I'm definitely combating the laws of privacy and a lot of students just because it's not taught well in the beginning so it's hard to correct but even with my students the ones that I can take from day one and tell them everything I want them to know. It's still difficult to to get them to actually do it in the airplane in really. Let's think about it. I mean flying the airplane if you keep the unlike the concepts that I'm trying to teach that we're trying to teach that for for a hundred years we've been trying to teach are pretty simple. I mean keep the wing flying. That is air flowing over at sufficient velocities in keep both wings meeting the relative wind at the same time. Basically so so you're coordinated right the same amount of airflow over each wing when you use ailerons to roll roll into the bank which causes airplane at turn when you use ailerons to role in it creates lift on the wrong side right so the adverse aileron yaw would pull you away from the turn. Therefore we have a rudder we use. We need to coordinate. The use of AILERONS and rudder rolling into out of banks so that's one skill so coordinated use Aileron and rudder rolling into and out of banks and I think that's skill by the way deserves a little bit of attention straightaway so going out for multiple lessons just working on slowing the airplane down and working with different role rates. Different air speeds. Making sure that you understand how to do that. How to coordinate ornate effectively the use of Aileron and rudder through various air speeds and then the other thing is managed the Torque of the engine and I am saying Torque of the engine and I know that that we've changed it to left turning tendencies in that there are three of them factor slipstream and and Torque but the language we use to describe what we're trying to teach is incredibly important? That's what that's what we were talking about at the beginning of this podcast and if you go back to the nineteen forty forty seven bucks stick and Rudder by Wolfgang Language. She he talks about Torque Managing Torque. And I like it. I think there's something that immediately connects that concept except to the engine and this is a behavior we're trying to build into a pilot's skill base manage the Torque of the engine managed the left pole of the engine engine. That's the second skill you have to have with rudder now whenever you add power obviously you'll have to manage that torque or left poll of the engine. I'm anytime you're flying. Hang slow or in a climb. You'll also have to manage that. Torture left poll of the engine. So you can separate that into as many left turning tendencies as you want but if it doesn't manifest NFL into a behavior that causes the pilots. Push the right rudder when the power's added then we're still missing a connection