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"harold" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

01:43 min | 6 d ago

"harold" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

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"harold" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

04:13 min | 6 d ago

"harold" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

"Pause. Well. Just about every. So talks about how he met talks about my journey with Youtube talks about. You know getting married and our wedding night in in stuff like that and it talks about our journey our first child as well. So there's definitely that. Dynamic love story, and then of course, the journey of pursuing your dreams and then just leaning on God during those hard times of uncertainty. In at least for me being a military spouse. There's so many times that we get put in time of waiting waiting for our Saas to come home, and that can lead to resentment to be completely honest and you have to be aware of that and what you're sacrificing into to something greater say like I want my own story and I'm GonNa live during this time too so that it doesn't lead to resentment and we just hope that our story can be a story that impacts people. For their own life like it's not just about us, you know Which is, which is the more difficult task climbing Everest or taking care of two kids Oh. Oh, come. From. One. So yeah. We seven month old and. I have had so many revelations in life perspective changes as you know, what was the experience? What was the experience like knowing that? You're leaving your family and the future of whatever that might look like wizar- there hesitation or was calling bigger than like the the resistance I. Guess You know Yeah Interesting. Interesting. I. I wish I could say that I had the maturity then to realize what I really was missing, but quite frankly it hasn't been and so you know longtime after ever seeing our two year old boy. that. We have downstairs being silly and wild are one year old crawling around as he's on on my back and I'm acting like tiger seeing those moments and the rawness of those moments and seeing what we could have lost. That's when it sets in. You know quite frankly then I was as focused on Everest, my dream, my dream, my dream anything I can to make it happen. So much. So I mean there's this thing called summit fever and it's where. You have a desire so badly to make it to the top, it's an it's an very commonly known in the Alpine mountaineering world. You've czar. So strongly to make it to the top, the will do anything you'll sacrifice anything and everything in order to make it happen and quite frankly I was at a point advanced camp about twenty thousand feet right before we were GonNa make are some push and I got incredibly sick incredibly sick was throwing up day before we're going to leave. And I will never forget having to call racial on his satellite phone and I just had tears in my eyes tears. My eyes boy is out because I didn't think that I could climb and a little over twelve hours goes by And I was feeling a bit better but I definitely one hundred percent I know I should have climbed the for media was like I'm going like I'm I'm going for the top and. I mean I, took a huge risk huge risk another point mountain and we're about twenty, seven, thousand feet. Hit. With a nasty storm rare really an article on the sheer vertical cliff and my my God was got knocked off I no protection at all I kept going and like that is I mean just crazy and that's like suicide almost especially because we got hit with about seventy five on our wins on the way down. So it was could have been catastrophic right but I think there's so many truisms to life about you know summit feeder right that you get. So fixated on the prize, you don't really realize what you're sacrificing you know in the process. Wow. Anderson wanting to climb everest for years. It was a bucket list item I had for years until friends of mine who had gone and just all these stories. But gotten within we had a friend get within like one hundred yards to the something had to turn around. So he did it again. To some but it's It's it's kind of a task and goal for quasi insane.

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"harold" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

03:53 min | 6 d ago

"harold" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

"Us today you guys are coming from Washington DC area that right we are. Yeah thanks so much for having us on. It's great to meet both of you. I do have to ask since you're since you're out there are we redskins fans or what's the deal? Out here, I'm from Atlanta. Falcons Fan. For years we've seen all sorts of sports teams are moving again and like so. My. Guy. Then to explain to people you're moving moving because of army. Yes because of the army, so I've been in the army graduate from West Point a little over five years ago, and so we've moved literally every single year because. Wow and then you have two babies babies if two little. Boys. Leo Is our onus on these two and a half, and then we have Wyatt who just turned one. Oh my gosh. Wow. Walking around and everything that we actually got our fingers crossed their downstairs with grandma. Bernie. Downstairs Grandma. Situation. Yeah We it's funny for some for some of our news interviews we had like debating Shula let the dogs babysits a two year old and try to run up your local is the five minute interview down stairs. We've tried a couple times of doing interviews where like my mom wasn't here holding drew in either goes so incredibly well or it goes. So incredibly not well, we've had to cancel some last minute because like the only thing worse than cancelling interviews when you're holding a child. ABC News and every this last week and Leo our two year old is downstairs and he's like Mommy Mommy. Josh like. Kind of rock the. Here child in the background. So much stress I'm curious. When did you guys start you guys have been on the youtube seen for a while when did you guys start that and why did you start it? Yeah. Good question. So I started in two thousand, fourteen I was a year headed herald in school, and so I had already graduated. We're engaged in I was actually in a really tricky point my life because I knew I'd be moving soon. Once we got married and I felt like I didn't want to lie to any employer. That leaving, and so I just wasn't really finding fulfillment in what I was doing and Herald actually brought it up to me because when we are together, we're long distance dating are always put my phone and just start talking to it and tell them about our adventure and so he brought up youtube and was like, Hey, you should try it and so I was like, okay and that night I made my first video posted it kind of went a little bit crazy in the west point sphere not in a good way. Thatched like literally. Yeah people. Yeah we talk about our books I'm sitting in my barracks. I'm Connecticut West Point the time and these two that's like knock on my door and they're like, are you errol's and? Mike. Yeah, and they just burst out laughing and walk away and I'm like what in the world is going on and so I ended up waking up the next day. And as I'm walking down the hallway, there's like classes on both sides and instructors had heard video up playing to the entire classroom like notables online your voice throughout the hoi it was crazy. So I know for us. It was like. A lot of bad heat and the world but I think for you. It is really like empowered union show like man like you can have a voice and you can difference because there's a lot of girls that really like man this is awesome. So the video was signed you're dating a West Point. Cadet. So that's why people are giving me heat about it but the girlfriends were like, oh my gosh, like I relate Tila this. Don't have that voice and so it didn't power me I was like well, I'll keep going. In. Kind of took off from there and then we got married and I brought him into it with me. We're going. To. To link that video..

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Chicago - Valparaiso man, 76, dies from injuries after being hit by golf cart

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:22 sec | Last week

Chicago - Valparaiso man, 76, dies from injuries after being hit by golf cart

"Valparaiso Band has died from injuries after he was struck by a golf cart while golfing last week, Harold Brzezinski, according to police accidentally stepped into the path of another kind of golf court. As they drove past Brzezinski's parked cars in the path of the course that Aberdeen Porta Carter has already said their driver. The cards, said he tried to hit the brakes. But if the accelerator instead policeman produced a 0% of reading the blood alcohol content

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Black man must wear mask, over his objection, during trial

KYW 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | Last week

Black man must wear mask, over his objection, during trial

"A judge in Maine says a black man who's going on trial for murder must wear a mask, even though he thinks it could prejudice jurors against him. Corinne Reeves of New York contends a mask would subject him to racial profiling and stereotyping by jurors who The associate masks with criminals. The judge, Justice Harold Stuart says jurors will understand why Reeves and everybody else in the courtroom are wearing masks because of Corona virus. He also wrote Reeves could be subjected to undue attention if he were the only one without a mask in the courtroom.

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Woman dies in four-car crash in Seattle, King County deputy injured

News, Traffic and Weather

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

Woman dies in four-car crash in Seattle, King County deputy injured

"We're working to get an update on the condition of a King County deputy involved in a deadly crash in Seattle's Georgetown neighborhood. Three parked cars were hit Saturday in a woman inside one of the vehicles died. Right now. The deputy involved in the crash is in the hospital in intensive care. It all happened on airport way south at South Door Street. Several people heard the crash like Harold wouldn't all we saw was was a a police police vehicle, vehicle, the the sheriff's sheriff's vehicle vehicle heading heading south south down down on on therefore therefore away. away. About About two two blocks blocks up. up. It It was was unusual unusual because because it it was was going going faster faster than than a a normal normal vehicle vehicle were tell. Doctors are trying to determine if that deputy possibly had some sort of medical emergency.

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Roll Over Beethoven

Classics for Kids

05:27 min | 3 weeks ago

Roll Over Beethoven

"Hello I'm. Naomi. lewin welcome to classics for kids. For some reason, maybe because he was such a genius, Beethoven seemed to be the butt of jokes than any other composer. Not all the jokes have to do with music but some. Your parents and grandparents probably know the song roll over Beethoven. Chuck, Berry originally made it popular back in the nineteen fifties this version by electric light orchestra even quotes Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. That's not the only popular song to use Beethoven's fifth. A disco hit from the seventies is even named for a fifth of Beethoven. It's no joke than in World War Two. Beethoven's fifth took on a whole new meaning back. Then important messages were still sent by Telegraph using Morse Code and dictate the DOT is Morse code for the letter. V. After British Prime Minister Winston Churchill declared a campaign called V for victory. Of The BBC British public radio started playing the first four notes of Beethoven's fifth before all news bulletins. A. Beethoven. Never married but after he died someone found a very passionate letter, he had addressed to my immortal beloved. No one knows who the immortal beloved might have been but turns up in. Beethoven joke that takes the fifth. The joke goes that the immortal beloved was threatening to leave Beethoven because he didn't pay enough attention to her Beethoven said, that's ridiculous. You are everything to me. You're my life you're my inspiration and she looked at him and said me. Everything your life your inspiration ha ha. and. Then there's the joke about a man who's wandering through a cemetery in Europe and stumbles on Beethoven's grave. He's very surprised to see Beethoven sitting up in his coffin furiously erasing his music. So he asks excuse me Mr Beethoven what on Earth Are you doing and Beethoven snaps back can't you see? I'm decomposing. Bits of Beethoven also turn up in amusing ways in movies, and that's not even counting the movie about the dog named Beethoven and the sequels Beethoven's second and Beethoven's third. The Beatles one of the most famous rock bands ever made a movie called help that uses Beethoven's music. When the Drummer Ringo gets trapped by a snarling tiger from a German zoo, his friends tell him. Off To do is famous Van Hoven famous. Got Up on talk. and Beethoven puts him appearances in musical theater to. All through the music man, the phony professor Harold Hill claims he could teach kids to play musical instruments using the think method. The PC wants them to think is Beethoven's MINUET IN G lie down. A. Live. My favorite use of Beethoven in musical theater comes from you're a good man Charlie Brown based on characters from the peanuts comicstrip. One of them is the piano playing Schroeder who idolizes Beethoven as Schroeder plays Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata Lucy tries desperately to get his attention, but you can tell it's not going to work. I'm sure Beethoven would be amazed at all the places he's popped up.

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Roll Over Beethoven

Classics for Kids

05:27 min | 3 weeks ago

Roll Over Beethoven

"Hello I'm. Naomi. lewin welcome to classics for kids. For some reason, maybe because he was such a genius, Beethoven seemed to be the butt of jokes than any other composer. Not all the jokes have to do with music but some. Your parents and grandparents probably know the song roll over Beethoven. Chuck, Berry originally made it popular back in the nineteen fifties this version by electric light orchestra even quotes Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. That's not the only popular song to use Beethoven's fifth. A disco hit from the seventies is even named for a fifth of Beethoven. It's no joke than in World War Two. Beethoven's fifth took on a whole new meaning back. Then important messages were still sent by Telegraph using Morse Code and dictate the DOT is Morse code for the letter. V. After British Prime Minister Winston Churchill declared a campaign called V for victory. Of The BBC British public radio started playing the first four notes of Beethoven's fifth before all news bulletins. A. Beethoven. Never married but after he died someone found a very passionate letter, he had addressed to my immortal beloved. No one knows who the immortal beloved might have been but turns up in. Beethoven joke that takes the fifth. The joke goes that the immortal beloved was threatening to leave Beethoven because he didn't pay enough attention to her Beethoven said, that's ridiculous. You are everything to me. You're my life you're my inspiration and she looked at him and said me. Everything your life your inspiration ha ha. and. Then there's the joke about a man who's wandering through a cemetery in Europe and stumbles on Beethoven's grave. He's very surprised to see Beethoven sitting up in his coffin furiously erasing his music. So he asks excuse me Mr Beethoven what on Earth Are you doing and Beethoven snaps back can't you see? I'm decomposing. Bits of Beethoven also turn up in amusing ways in movies, and that's not even counting the movie about the dog named Beethoven and the sequels Beethoven's second and Beethoven's third. The Beatles one of the most famous rock bands ever made a movie called help that uses Beethoven's music. When the Drummer Ringo gets trapped by a snarling tiger from a German zoo, his friends tell him. Off To do is famous Van Hoven famous. Got Up on talk. and Beethoven puts him appearances in musical theater to. All through the music man, the phony professor Harold Hill claims he could teach kids to play musical instruments using the think method. The PC wants them to think is Beethoven's MINUET IN G lie down. A. Live. My favorite use of Beethoven in musical theater comes from you're a good man Charlie Brown based on characters from the peanuts comicstrip. One of them is the piano playing Schroeder who idolizes Beethoven as Schroeder plays Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata Lucy tries desperately to get his attention, but you can tell it's not going to work. I'm sure Beethoven would be amazed at all the places he's popped up.

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George says he had anxiety, depression in bubble

Boomer and Gio

01:02 min | 3 weeks ago

George says he had anxiety, depression in bubble

"Crushed the Mavericks last night. 1 54 1 11 is Kawai Leonard and Paul George, combined for 67 George, with 35 to break out of this shooting slump He's been going through, says he finally adjusted to being stuck in the Orlando bubble. Bubble got the best of me. I was just in a dark place really? Wasn't here checked out these past couple games just just difficult George, courtesy of TNT, not the laugh at the anxiety or depression or anything, but I might be the only guy who's ever felt anxiety and depression being stuck at Disney World. Most people usually enjoy those, but how about you know the honesty? Yes, it's refreshing, and I appreciate him talking about mental health. It's a big thing that a lot of people do not want to talk about because they feel it comes with the stigma. Yes, so good job by him coming out in the open and talking about that last night, And he said some of his teammates like mantra is Harold helped him by forcing him to get out of his room place. Madden kind of common down a little bit seemed to help. He was 12 of 18 from the field in last night's Was that the thinking?

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'Chariots of Fire' star Ben Cross dies at 72

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'Chariots of Fire' star Ben Cross dies at 72

"News actor Ben Cross has passed away from chariots of fire and Star Trek also in first night with Sean Connery and Richard Gere best known probably for playing the British Olympic Athlete in the movie based on a true story about Harold Abraham's chariots of fire with the film that he was in, and then of course, he played saric spock's father in the Star Trek reboot back in two thousand nine passed away at the age of seventy two this

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New York City Finds Coronavirus Case Rise in Brooklyn Neighborhood

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:59 min | Last month

New York City Finds Coronavirus Case Rise in Brooklyn Neighborhood

"City still doesn't know why. But there's been an increase in Corona cases around Sunset Park, Brooklyn, and Mayor Bill de Blasio says. It's worrisome when we see any kind of trend that's unusual. That's when you double down. That's when you throw in more focused, more resource is so right now we're looking at Sunset Park in Brooklyn. There's a neighborhood I know very well actually used to represent it long ago when I started out in public life in the local school board. This is a community a wonderful, vibrant community. That right now we're seeing on uptick in. It's over very limited period time. It's a very limited number of cases in Sunset Park, 228 confirmed cases among 38,000 households. The mayor says the city will saturate the neighborhood with door knocks and phone calls urging residents to get tested. One mobile testing site has already opened at the corner of 44th Street and Sixth Avenue. Open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The second will be opened this weekend in Brooklyn at the Brooklyn Harold Gospel Center.

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Lloyd Pierce of the Atlanta Hawks on Life Inside the Bubble - BOL Read  (8/20)

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Lloyd Pierce of the Atlanta Hawks on Life Inside the Bubble - BOL Read (8/20)

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Student, staffer test positive for COVID-19 at Indiana schools

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01:14 min | Last month

Student, staffer test positive for COVID-19 at Indiana schools

"Resumed in parts of Mississippi this week at a high school student in Corinth has already tested positive for the Corona virus. Late Children is the superintendent of schools the student had been present during The school day and as a result of the student being president. During the school day, we looked to see where there have been close contact established. Of all the student was president's good at school. Anyone within six feet of the infected student for 15 minutes and longer has been notified and will be required to quarantine away from school for 14 days. It was a similar occurrence in Indiana this week. Some classrooms open to that state as well. Harold Oland is superintendent of schools in Greenfield or a student and a staffer have contracted the virus. We wanna work with families. We're here to serve this community for us to maintain this long term mission to make sure that The kids are coming to us. Healthy parents have the option of sending their kids back to school or keep him home and learn virtually smother called the decision. A no brainer. Not only are you risking your family, but you're risking everybody else's family as well. And it's just not worth it. Green fields about 20 miles east Indianapolis, which has opted to start the school year online,

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Trump: Melania vs Nancy - BOL Making Podcasts Great Again

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Philadelphia NAACP president facing calls for resignation after sharing anti-Semitic meme

KYW 24 Hour News

01:21 min | 2 months ago

Philadelphia NAACP president facing calls for resignation after sharing anti-Semitic meme

"Of the L A. P. N double A C P R, reacting to recent backlash after their president, Rodney Mohammed. In response to an anti Semitic posts image either they posted on Facebook Now. Mohammed issued a statement Monday but not before some leaders called for his resignation. Here is Toby Community Affairs reporter Cheery Greg. I wouldn't have been the result like that. Harold James is on the executive board of the Philadelphia and Pee On Monday, His chapter president, Rodney Mohammed, issued a statement on the National Organizations website, saying his Facebook post that unknowingly featured and anti Semitic caricature was originally intended to start. Dialogue. Muhammad says he later learned it had been used by white supremacists, toe attack Jews, so he removed it, he wrote. It was not his intention to offend anyone. Do you think you should've apologized? I don't see a need for apology if he wasn't aware what it represents. Last year, he called for police officers to be fired for exactly the same thing. Senator Anthony Williams joined Philadelphia mayor and other politicians who condemned Mohammed's post Some groups like the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia when as far as demanding Resignation. Williams agrees that Mohammed to step aside to avoid double standards. This is not an anti Semitic organization, Philadelphia and in the blaze. CP First v. P. J. Lewis Felton says the executive board will meet this week to discuss next steps.

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Some NBA players sit out the season

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

02:08 min | 2 months ago

Some NBA players sit out the season

"Okay, Let's talk about the MBA there beginning this week in Orlando in Florida, which is a co vivid nightmare at this point. Some players air sitting it out, or they just saying I'm not going to play because I'm afraid of getting covered. Yes, Some players were sitting out because of family members that are at risk. Some players were just sitting out because they're not going to do it. You got key members of Seems like the Clippers, you know mantra. Is Harold sitting out Patrick Beverley sitting it out. You know, these are key elements of members of a lot of teams are saying, Hey, I need to Protect my family and protect myself and that's responsible. But then you've got other members of the Clippers like Lou Williams, who actually went back to Atlanta for a funeral. And then was photographed at a strip club with a rapper. He posed the rap, proposed it to his instagram, and then he quickly deleted it. And then he came out and said, Hey, that was an old picture of me and Lou Williams. I love him so much. I want to do it. But in the picture Lou Williams was wearing an N B a sanctioned mask. You know the way people were Matt five years ago that the MBA sanctioned know that he got busted in this thing. So now the Williamses basically quarantined for 10 days. He can't play in the first couple of games back. He just can't play in the 1st 2 games, one of them against the Lakers. So it affects the team and what the N B A is saying, you know, they had a squeaky clean record. They just recently tested everyone and had zero positive tests inside the bubble, But some players have to leave the bubble stars Ion Williamson, who's the big stars Big rookie star from the New Orleans Pelicans. He had to leave for a family emergency. A health emergency if you and they ask for permission to leave, if you ask for permission to leave than you have Ah, four day quarantine when you come back into the bubble and you get tested, But if you leave and you violate the rules, it's a 10 day quarantine and this is going to affect games. As we move forward as we're trying to set up, you know the best possible scenario where the teams are playing at full strength. This is going to affect

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Christopher Nolan’s ‘Tenet’ Delays August Release

WBBM Early Afternoon News

00:26 sec | 2 months ago

Christopher Nolan’s ‘Tenet’ Delays August Release

"FM. The Christopher Nolan Film Tenant, which was hoped to Harold Hollywood's returned to big theatrical releases has yet again postponed its release because of the pandemic. Warner Brothers says the movie will not hit screens as rescheduled on August 12th. Unlike previous delays, the studio is not announcing a new target for the release of the $200 million thriller Tenet has already shifted from July 17th to the 31st and then to

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#WeWantToPlay: NFL stars take to social media to demand clarity on COVID-19 protocols

Give It Some Thought with Dr Harold Bennett

00:24 sec | 2 months ago

#WeWantToPlay: NFL stars take to social media to demand clarity on COVID-19 protocols

"Of the NFL's biggest stars taking to social media today to speak out against the league's plan to return to training camp. Drew Brees, Russell Wilson, Patrick Mahomes among those using the hashtag. We want to play. The players say the league is not outlined adequate health protocols to allow them to safely report to training camp chiefs in Texans rookies scheduled to report to camp tomorrow, the rest of the league's newcomers. To follow on Tuesday.

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"harold" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

03:47 min | 2 months ago

"harold" Discussed on Bad Science

"Sure, go ahead. That's all we can legally play. Oh, man, that's a shame because it was a really enticing little clip thinking well, thank you for being here. Scarlet trip and I hope that you get a chance to the movie because it's really fun. It's about a bunch of tornadoes tornado chasers. That but I want. To. Get it right. More. Will we have to fight? Sign everybody welcome to bed sciences is your host Ethan Edinburgh. This is the show where we break down. The signs of a movie with Comedians and scientists and today is no exception. Why would it be an exception? Could you imagine if today we just didn't do that? At all and I just ran through my grocery list. anyways, we're talking about twister. Nineteen ninety-six twister, fantastic film I've been waiting to do it for a long time. We've had many requests. Requests to do it and finally the day has arrived joining me. have some fantastic guests I. He is the senior scientists of the forecast, research and development division of the national severe storms. Laboratory, it's Dr Harold Brooks good afternoon. Good afternoon Harold. How are you feeling? You know nervous and in trepidation is what's about to happen to me in the next little while? Yeah good. That's how I like my scientists. Because today you're going to get all twisted up. I'm ready. To I don't really know what that means either supposed to. This is all off the cuff we don't have. This is not a scripted podcast for those that we're concerned about that to help me today I have two wonderful writers and podcasters Jay. Feinman Aaron Blair I. Having absolutely I thought we were going to do a thing. Where like we take turns speaking, but I guess are are speaking down now. I speak over play pretty much. You guys could do it in harmony. That would be ideal. RJ. You know what it's funny. You bring that up I'm glad you brought that up. Because RJ is in an acapella troop. RJ, give us a couple, bars or something. Yeah, you know a little like to theme real quick. Please we don't be twisters, but I know that is true I am a barbershop Quartet, or called or kings, and we do exclusively Christmas show, so just give us give us a little twist or give us a little taste. Give us a little taste, dude, I, watch the. Yeah pretty good. Parts I gather. I just came out with that one. Just now. WHOA unbelievable. Okay. Why can't wait to remix that But before that point are talking about twister I. WanNa get your guys takes on this film. We spoke very briefly before the pods I'm GonNa. Start with. You R. J.. You were saying they you watch this monthly. Is that correct? Oh, at least yeah, yeah, it on television probably daily, if not every other day and I thought it should be yeah and I catch it. Most of the time in, but I will say that I went back and watched it again last night, because I haven't seen the beginning in years, but I I usually catch like the second half of the movie right and it's one of my favorite movies. This movie changed my life more than maybe any other movie. Why in in what way? I don't know if we should totally go into. How long did you? Should check. Can you just keep it to two sentences Dude Jesus? In two sentences. How did twister change your life more than any other film shorts sentences? When I was a little kid. I will really scared of norm. And I'm so stoked to talk to herald by the way, but when I was little.

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"harold" Discussed on Curious City

Curious City

06:21 min | 7 months ago

"harold" Discussed on Curious City

"Wow I mean like I actually feel like On top of on top of you know theme and everything else we have given the listeners of the podcast. A great gift in that you may have grown up your entire life in Chicago. Not Known about this particular Herald. My entire didn't know about it. I think people are GonNa go down to this herald. Afraid Hang out with his grandson. I gotta go. I gotTa Sweet Tea Murph. That'd be like blown away this much and his voice right. Yeah is interesting because you know what it is. I bet the other franchises keep the chicken recipe and then just do everything else. Whatever they want us to low this sounds like they do everything the way that he wanted. The original heralds. I always wonder like what did the original famous Amos cookies taste like. You know what I'm saying. I don't think it tastes mother. Pack no he walked it there so fun fact the real famous Amos was a black guy in Los Angeles. He was a talent agent. We more and he would make cookies for his clients. A lot of whom were like recording music and sense it sounds and something Simon and Garfunkel. Yeah a lot of famous artists and there was some. There was some things being smoked. That might have given people the munchies so they wanted cookies and he would show up with his bagerhat cookies so I wonder what is the real famous Amos cookies and that point. What did the original heralds mild saw state so it sounds like on invalid out so we have one more heroes left visit but before we wet your appetite for some more. Wbz HESAM bills to pay and back to the shack. Wego but a different one. For Larry This lasts. Heralds is where the love affair all started. Larry took Murph to the Herald on his side of town. The wild hundreds one hundred and third and hall said to be exactly. They want some people. Do I'M GONNA push back against this idea that there's one way to say wild hundreds. That's ridiculous nobody owns this phrase. It says the man in a nice cozy podcast office and senior concerns complaints to the care of Viacom. Yes I'll get those letters. We made it home. This is my home your home. Yeah favorite location so I mean what is it. What is it about this location man? I grew up over here my daddy past his church right on Morgan right here. Okay I got the same name as him. So it's a sign of without name on it. It's going to be there forever type. She's always brought by with. My women is right. That is my neighborhood baby but my first time I ever had heroes. This is that we're going to go in and see. They don't have no tables number of these data tables in the DVD man in it. I remember before the. Dvd Man was starting to come in at the end when he started coming in the end when the police and then kick them out. I remember all this stuff like all of this everything to me when I was a little fat kids. Kid momon everything highschool everything I do is right here on this in east four corners right. Yeah I am noticing no man down get all the amenities other yeah. We're we're macaroni balls. Mac No Fried Okra Fried Okra hit. Oh I think it's just not on a menu. I'm in this window was open as to be benches right here ventures right here tables rather all right here. Dvd Man always sat right. The sounds like you saw about the distant past probably seven years ago. Maybe this is the first one who with the Glass? Eight and put new glass in like this is the first one you went to. The widow would've platinum plaque. When you get your hair or do you just give auto you know. Saw half a mile or do you throw the Frat hard on depending on the location. Go to him so I'll be knowing which ones I need to tell. Fry hard like normally. Is this second nature but the ones that promote that they have original recipe cooked chicken to the right temperature. Here in the right timing so that you never have to ask for that. They actually get mad if you ask them that. If unsettling what you mean all much it can good here. I'll show you in a little bit of how you doing that. I give four wings. Mouth SAUCE HOT SAUCE ON PAPA not having as much knowledge you have you know an An in just being well known and really really understanding the brand is have you ever thought about yourself. Opening inherits YEP. I thought about a lot of times. Real actually got an idea. I did a skit About my diction to heroes much but extra for McDonald's and you bought me a snack. Pack from Herald to one of the wings. We came to pick me up from soil last week in your face was covered and so much mouse. The GAR major show your ID to prove that it was you remember that. I think you lying whatever I was talking about making a hero's called liberal my own heroes and I actually think if heroes allowed me to do that like heralds Bilin- of Lyra's by Harold it a go and I think people will go with the mound always GonNa do okay like Scotty and Mike Joel. I'm telling you open your mouth comes up and that's how you start. He's stretched to eat and cramped. Look at it look hyphen. Look look at Liga de man that you just gotTa go near our wish you protest. You generally have a wing if you like. This is like soft porn right now. The way he is the way he is indulgent this chicken off man. He's loving right now. If you all could see Larry Legend safe right now. He's sauce on his a piece of chicken in top mustache Early believe original recipe my recipe show.

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"harold" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

05:23 min | 7 months ago

"harold" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Far from stupid the neighbor new to the minute the time ship had arrived and left. It was happy to share that information with the jury. See like he's such an asset like she'd seen this guy before then leave then come back to her house and like hey. Can you let me in this house? And she said what the fuck you talking about. You saw you go in there. No no I didn't at that ever happened. No no no You're quite stupid girl. In another example of shipments heartless behavior the killer ridicules dead IB Lomas one of fifteen deaths. Shipman was charged with only Ms. Lois occurred in his office. Detective Sergeant Phillip. Read a constable time told how he had gone to. The doctor's office to locate is next of kin. He would later recall. His bizarre counter was shipman saying he was laughing. He said he considered her such a nuisance that he was having. Part of the seating area permanently reserved for ivy with a plaque to the effect seat permanently reserved for Ivy Lomas. Even worse Shipman told the officer that as he left the Room Ivy could've taken her last breath yet. He made no effort to resuscitate the woman instead. He left her alone while he saw other patients. A medical expert for the prosecution. Dr Granville told the court this was a medical emergency. I would have given my entire attention to this particular patient. But the sixty three year old ivy would have been passed resuscitation point because you know. Shipman had murdered her with morphine during the trial shippen repeatedly claimed he never carried morphine therefore he could not have killed any of his patients with it. This assertion became the cornerstone cornerstone of his defense. But then the family of victim. Molly Dudley disproved this assertion daughter-in-law Joyce deadly received a call from Shipman telling her. I'm afraid Your mother-in-law has only got about half an hour left live. Molly was dead by the time her son Jeffrey and wife Arrived Shipman told him she died from a heart attack. Joyce Dudley stated and this is when he said to me and to Jeff that he had quote given her a shot of morphine for the pain so this proves the Dr Shipman did in fact carry morphine just how he amassed enough of the drug to kill so many patients also revealed during the trial he wants prescribed two thousand milligrams of morphine to a patient named Frank Compton who had prostate cancer. Although Mr Crompton was not in pain ship instead he wanted to have on hand for him case. Pain developed later. He said the patient told him he didn't want to be a drug addict so he broke. You know the capsules of morphine. Put them in the rubbish but no one saw him do this ship and said he talked more to Mr Crump. Competent Crompton's accuse me about the morphine and he agreed to keep some pills in his house. Just in case you need them so ship and said he got them another supply. Mr Crompton died before Shipman's trial and it was impossible to prove shipment had confiscated both batches. But it didn't look good and is believed she did this sort of thing over and over he right out. Morphine prescriptions for patients. Who never knew he had done so and they would. Just keep the drug himself. Shipman staff also told the court about how he tried explaining away some missing morphine with the excuse that he'd given it to a colleague who wants loaned him some for a prior patient emergency one man who narrowly narrowly escaped overdose from Dr Death. Was Jim King. His testimony would prove further. The shipping was re routinely overdosing his patients with morphine in Nineteen ninety-six. Jim had been incorrectly diagnosed as having cancer and ship and began treating him with massive doses of morphine. Jim told the court how he kept saying. You can take as much morphine as you wish. Because of course it didn't really matter you were dying anyway. Jim Condition Worsens. Shiva made housecall. He diagnosed Jim is having to Monja said he needed to be given injection. Jim and his wife were hesitant to accept this injection mostly because both kings and and his father had recently died following injections from shipment. Tim's wife recall how the doctor asked me. If I wanted to help giving the injection I said No. I said kill me right out of prescription for him. He kept being persistent about it. He wanted to give the injection. I can't tell him no no. I don't want it. He was a bit arrogant about it. Had A snotty attitude towards me about it the Kings Learn Leadership Manhattan. Fact definitely murdered his dad. On't probably going to murder him. At that point Mr Justice Forbes. The judge presiding over shipments trial took two weeks to meticulously dissect. All the evidence heard by the jury. He urged caution noting that no witness. It actually seems Shipman kill anyone. He also urged the jurors to use commonsense and arriving at their verdict on January. Thirty first he told them in part. The allegations could not be more serious doctor accused of murdering fifteen patients. You'll have heard evidence which may be which may have aroused feelings of anger. Strong disapproval disgust profound dismay or deep sympathy. Then on January. Thirty first two thousand. The foreman declared the jury had reached quickly. Unanimous decision regarding the charges against doctor Harold Freddie Shipman. They found him guilty of everything he's been charged with guilty on fifteen counts of murder. Guilty on the counter forgery. The disgraced doctor stood. Motionless showed no sign of emotion as he heard jurors read the verdict. I'm guessing you know he wasn't that surprised. His wife Primrose didn't also didn't seem surprised. Wearing black pros also remain motionless. Two of her sons one beside the other seated behind her did breakdown cry. Their daughter in third son were not in court today. The verdict was read. His sends read almost immediately after his guilty verdict. Mr Justice Forbes address shipments saying you finally been brought to justice by the verdict of this jury. I HAVE NO DOUBT WHATSOEVER. These are true vertex. The time has now come for me to pass sentence upon you for these wicked wicked crimes..

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"harold" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

11:41 min | 7 months ago

"harold" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Her absence was noted what you've failed to show with the Age Concern Club. A place where she helped serve meals to elderly pensioners because she was noted for her punctuality and reliability. When she doesn't show her friends immediately suspect happened then they go to her house to check on her and they find her lying on. The Sofa fully dressed totally debt. The Amelie call her doctor Freddy Ship. He'd been to her house. It's a few hours earlier. The last person to see your life. He claimed the purpose of his visit him to take blood samples for a study on Aging. She wasn't even sick. He conveyed the news over passing to her daughter. Angela Woodruff telling her that her mother had simply died of old age. Natural Causes Shipman also told Angela. No mortem would be required confident after expecting her body that she died. Naturally not to investigate. Angela had never thought of. Dr Shipman is anything but a good doctor but despite his claim of natural causes she was immediately. Suspicious does not make sense to her. Her mother had been found sitting in the sofa that no one had ever said in before should never sat on that so to their memory she also found facing away from the window in the front door when she was known to always face the window in the door whenever she sat down in that room the room she was found dead in her desk. Just felt staged. It felt wrong. It just did not make sense them on July first nineteen ninety. Hundreds of mourners attended. Mrs Grundy's funeral at High Chapel Greater Manchester. Her family you know still found the circumstances of her death very troubling but no one was ready to go to the police and tell her will was read. Solicitor Brian Burgess. Notified Angela of the existence of another willed. Angela did not know about a will. That was very different than the will. She had helped her mother right out twelve years earlier. The new will now excluded her and her family from her mother's inheritance and left everything to sweet old. Mr Harold Freddie shipment it read I give all my estate in house to my doctor my family and not a need I want to reward him for all the care giving me and the people of hide big time alarm bells going off now. Shipman is just trying to give himself an inheritance died at roughly four thousand pounds Angela. Who was a lawyer herself and a very good one her family they felt this was absurdly. Clumsy is obvious forgery. Obviously fake signature had doctorship. Just gotten cocky over the years he think is you know shitty forgery would convince her family. This was a real will was. He's so arrogant. The he thought they were that stupid. Angie later said of shipments trial my mother was a meticulously tidy person. The thought of a signed document to so badly typed. Didn't make any sense. The signature looks strange. Too Big the concept of mom signing the document leaving everything to her doctor was unbelievable. Initially Angela wondered if Shin was being framed somehow but after interviewing witnesses to the signing of this will she concluded that the doctor had murdered her mother for profit and forged the Will Paul Spencer. One of the attendance at shipment. Surgery was one of the witnesses she interviewed. He thought he was signing a medical document when he was asked to put his signature on what would be Kathleen. Grundy's falsified will. He did it without question. He even reported that was folded over with just the space for the signature showing so he couldn't even see the details of the will and said that Mrs Grundy Signature was already on it when he signed. It just makes me think of all the things I have signed with actually without actually reading what I am signing like when I meet with my account for taxes at the end of the year or when Lindsey had everything prepared for my well recently actually ten different pages you know if I like if There were supposed to sign on all these other pages of documents you know. Hurry and get back to work. I WANNA take literally three four hours to carefully read everything you know. I just trust the people around them. Sign a what I'm supposed to be signing. You know they're like all the ads just for this. Okay fine consign. Now this is just for this. All right sign I get it man. I could easily be Duke signings and bullshit to Kathleen daughter. Angela alerts local police detective. Superintendent Bernard hostels quickly. Also things are real good chance that Fred Killed Kathleen to take her money regarding the forge will postles later. Say you only have to look at it once and you stop. Thinking is like something of a John Bull Printing press. You don't have to have twenty. Years is a detectives. Notes fake maybe. He's always been clever an old lady. Nobody rounder look at it. It's a bit tacky. But everyone knew she was shop as attack. Maybe it was. His areas shipments slipping gotten away with shift for so long. He thinks he can just do whatever he wants. China not only kill off patients now but also sign over their estates to himself and then while the local authorities already have their eyeballs on Freddie right but they don't have maybe quite enough to charge him yet. A local taxi driver named John Shaw shows up out of nowhere gives police more incriminating information about Shimin. He's been noticing a pattern with some of his customers over several years over twenty of them had died right after being seen by Dr Death. Mr Shaaban working locally as a taxi drivers since nineteen eighty-eight driven numerous shipment patients to his office. He later say they became my friends. Then relatives would ring me and say don't pick up my mom she's did. I got to a strange way of thinking I was asking. Who was this? Dr Shaw said? He became concerned back in March. Nineteen ninety five after the death of net Ashcroft. He began to see a pattern emerging after another patient. Melissa Garside died in October nineteen ninety-six. Mr Shah was told by her son. Keith. The ship had just given her an injection. He would later say I wanted to say he's murdered your mum but he felt that he wouldn't be believed it his wife. Kathleen advise him to keep quiet in case he was wrong and they got sued They said the factors Shipman was a much well respected figure in the community who seem to be popular and well liked by. His patients. Made it difficult to express my concerns publicly. I couldn't believe when my suspicions were. They were so fantastic. That couldn't grasp what my mind was telling me which I get right. That's hard to believe. Some rain. Doctors often his patients then after Mr Shaw hears about the Grundy Investigation feel it's time to contact authorities the information he's able to provide authorities. Get the ball rolling on the idea that the Grundy Murray murder was not a unique case shipments career. But he'd been doing this for a while now. The police are more than just a little suspicious about You Know Shipman. But they still don't have enough. Actual evidence needed to charge him with murder so to try and obtain evidence they designed to focus first on Kathy. Kathleen Grundy's murdered. They need to conduct a post-mortem on her body. Assessor cause of death which requires an examination order from the corner. It'd dig this lady backup digging up a body like this is very rare very rare occurrence for any British police force. It was the one the You know it was something that the Greater Manchester Police had not yet experienced. Detective superintendant hostels later explained. We did not have one officer. Who would ever taken part in exuberation? We ask the National Crime Squad for advice. Kathrina Kathleen Granny's grave would be the first to be open but it would not be last on August first. Nineteen Ninety Eight. Kathy's body was zoomed or tissue and hair samples were sent to different labs for analysis upon return. The data showed definite evidence for a morphine overdose. The postmortem showed that the morphine was administrated administered somewhere around three hours before her death exactly when. Dr Death came to see her. The local authorities were actually surprised by how obviously Dr Shelvin had incriminated himself. A morphine overdose is really really easy. To determine. There are a number of drugs and poisons ship and could've used it would have been much harder to detect criminally not smart for free boy to use. Morphine officer. Postles thought for sure Dr would have known that would've known morphine can remain in body tissue and bones for centuries postles later observed surprised anticipated that. I would have had difficulty if he gave them something in the way of poison. Lost in background substance. He gave insulin. Insulin is an example. You know which produces the body produces naturally. It was an unexpected bonus once I checked Kathleen. Grundy did not take it herself. Others English quotes by the way same language that we speak here in America but so different different word meanings different vocabulary choices. Different sentence structure great. Kathleen did not take yourself. I would have had difficulty. Had he given her something in the way of poison. Lost IN BACKGROUND SUBSTANCE IN AMERICAN LOST in background substance. I'd probably say sounded like it was obviously Kathy. Didn't kill herself. Glad she ever made it easier for us. To tell reported with like more like plane flowery more flowery a lot of the language that the British shoes months later on. September seventh shipment is arrested and charged with Mrs Grundy's murder after a going to local Ashton underlined police station for an interview. He denies the accusations against him. Of course he does He makes the ridiculous bullshit claim that Kathleen. Grundy again was eighty. One years old was a heroin junkie essentially and then he took morphine as a result of her her diction now if anything he was complicit in enabling and knock Canarian to continue to abuse an opioid. He showed the police records on his computer trying to prove his case but he wasn't able to fool. The police was falsified records a second time. They were able to turn this time. The comments and record. She shown them had been altered after her death the police then raided the doctors home and offices before he could talk primrose or some other employees and to destroy the he kept all his other patients. During the raid. Police find the typewriter used typed. Bogus will he used was With Kathleen Shipman told them the improbable tale of how Mrs Grundy sometimes borrowed his typewriter supposed to borrow to write out her own will Frenzy scientists later confirmed. This machine had been used to type numerous other counterfeit and fraudulent documents. Searching shipments house yielded additional altered. Medical records found mysterious jewelry and weirdly. House was also filthy which they found out to be strained for doctors home. She had been. Home was littered with filthy clothes old newspaper Clippings Was nothing short unsanitary. The more records of police found more apparent. It was to them that the case would extend further than the single death and questioned. The taxi driver was right. He had been killing patients for years. Priority was given to the death so it would be most productive to investigate namely victims. Who had not been cremated and who had died directly following a home visit Bishan. Dr Death urged families to cremate their relatives and a large number of the cases trusting that no further investigation. There was necessary even instances when these relatives that died of causes previously known to the families in situations where they did raise questions. Shipment would provide fake medical records to corroborate the cause of death. He'd pronounced because of all the cremations. You will never know exactly how many people he killed. Police determine that in many cases of murder heat altered computer records again to make everything matched with an hours of the patient's death often immediately after killing. Somebody he race back to his office in a justice records in the case of eighty-two year-old Kathleen Grundy. He reinforced his later. Statement that she was a morphine junkie by inventing and backdating several entries and writing about how you know that she was Definitely addicted on September Eighth. Nineteen Ninety eight ship and makes the first of many appearances before Tame Side Magistrates Court in Ashton online action underlying. Excuse me charged with murdering Mrs Grundy in forging her will. He's refused bail weeks later. A series of bodies all shipments victims would also be exhumed on October. Seven shipping appears in court again is charged with three additional murders after examinations of their bodies combined with altered medical records made it apparent hit also given them lethal injections of morphine. More bodies or zoomed in October and November on November eleven shipment is charged with two additional murders on December third charged with two more murders more bodies exhibited December on February second nineteen.

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"harold" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

03:26 min | 8 months ago

"harold" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"Stop Asthma Richard. Pryor and Ruth Gordon Together onscreen would have been the ship. It would've but again that's such a strange choice of all the things that we wanna know more about modes life. You don't know about how she know all her all her resistance and all right you know battling the man and all that what. What is it what does that I write it down somewhere? Fighting for Liberty Rights and justice. I WanNa know what about that. You know what's one of the most heartbreakingly beautiful lines in the movie. There's a line. She says how the world still dearly loves a cage. God that's a fucking amazing easing line. That's Colin Higgins. I mean he was so so fascinating and would have had an incredible career as a writer and probably as director because of his versatility. Silver streak nine to five Harold and Maude Assamese written by the same person. That's really bizarre and amazing. So all of these components how Ashby and you know the two performers performers and they amazing script. This all makes you feel like it doesn't have to necessarily hold together as this pefect film. Yeah but in a way it's like of course not but it's more of a you can love to think it's a it's a thing it's a thing a philosophical statement is but it's like grease. It's like it doesn't matter I mean I. It doesn't matter whether Greece is good or bad. It's the way or well acted or well considered it doesn't even matter. It's a iconic four hundred hundred two hundred years from now. People will still be watching Greece and seeing those songs right. One hundred. Two Hundred Years From now herald is still going to have a cultural cachet. It's still gonNA means something say original statement that stands the test of time but that doesn't mean we can't Hobo. You slow drawing holes in the balloon just essay places where it might have been better. I'm in agreement. Centrally about five The Publicity Department had some interesting promotional ideas for the release. They considered sending motorcycles with sidecars with an old lady in the sidecar driven by a young man to to create publicity and the motorcycles would carry a just married sign and play information about the the the show the idea was dropped. Additionally it was contemplated avoided that we could have Ruth Gordon plant a tree in a central location for an ecology tire. That's the kind of idea you would come up with marketing. Except no she wouldn't. She would be liberated. Yeah well maybe planting the trees she liberty. I love that Sony Scenes Sammy for great scene with scare it. Licensed lady when I don't believe even driving maybe forty five minutes. Wouldn't you say how we were hoping to stop. But you see it's rather hard had to find a truck truck only took yes. Well it's not really but we would like to get it into so as soon as possible. Get Straight eight ladies. Nice chatting.

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"harold" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

05:44 min | 8 months ago

"harold" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"Filled in jumble. Pain show is insane taking a ride on chasm mixed train switch who's an epic soul allowed of them sitting amongst a little pocket of open flowers and then they're in a graveyard as you pull out the graveyard. Just takes on epic proportion in all the gravestones are the same. And then they're all white and the song is. Where do the children play hard not to look at that as a direct commentary commentary on the Vietnam War that was going on at the time? That's such a beautiful beautiful secret. That's great that's great scene between the two of them man. Ruth Gordon is just so funny. I love her skipping out of the cemetery when they see each other at the first funeral and she's got her yellow umbrella just brings joy and I. I don't know what it is. She's such A. There's no one like her and I think that's part of her thing. Is that when you have her. You're getting Ruth Gordon. You sound like record never. Did you know the Society Grand Dam pulled it off. She probably could never really is her film. And it's more it's more. It's more the kind of cat named mood. I Harold World. Did you know that Judd appetite named his daughter result of this. But I named my cat I now. Here's another critical. Take that I would like to get your take on Do you think that in the end. The death of Maud betrays the life-affirming message that the film has was put forth to that point. No no no. I think if Harold spoiler alert for nineteen seventy-one Harold and Maude. If you haven't seen I haven't seen any dies is she doesn't just die. which would be one choice? Right I of suddenness would be one thing but she takes her own life yes she takes. You don't all signed that odds with her message of carpet dean. I WANNA live. You know. She doesn't want to live beyond eighty their eightieth birthday. Wonderful incredible life. And the you know this meaningful life of resistance and experience and she has this beautiful eightieth birthday celebration with Harold and then she destroys his world world by telling him that she has taken. What does she take pills? She sales I took the pills an hour ago. I'm here saying it's a selfish choice. Yes search and this is what makes the ultimate boomer. I haven't heard that assessment of her character even I. She's not but look if he'd driven his car off the cliff. which when I'm sitting in the dock in Leeds one thousand nine hundred five and I you think Oh my God? He's driving off the cliff. If they both died I would have been disallowed exactly and been good right. It wouldn't have been that was actually an ending saying that they contemplated no and I'm so glad that's not the ending and so then when it pulls back to reveal that he's standing on the hillside playing the Banjo yes and skipping off skipping happily or as much skipping can do but yeah. I don't know that that's the life affirming message at the end of it right that it is. Yeah but I just find it. I do find it a little a little jarring I get it like theatrically I get it sort of twists wise. I get that having a twist is a thing to do. But for for a life-affirming movie where these two oddballs have found each other. But it's a film about death film about life. He's I mean ultimately it's both automates a film about life because he remains C.. Reminds she dies. It's any and he and she helps him to get beyond his fascination his death by dying dying by dying we showing him perhaps that she cashed of death the reality of death in a manner. That's yeah but also that you can have lived this remarkably rich life and death doesn't have to be. It's not the end of her not the end of mode. I mean it is the end from what she's dying stat for Poor Heraldo here he is. He's had a closed heart a closed mine. He's finally open. He finally trusts and give gives himself over to love. And guess what you know what. I'm never fucking doing that again. Because the last time I made myself vulnerable. Look what the hell happened. She went in the fucking killed herself but we can imagine what would happen in heralded motoo. Maybe he would go home and be nice to his mom. This is why I think if you if you look at his performance in heat as the cameo he's this embittered uh-huh asshole. I've always thought that that is Michael. Man's version of Harold. Since he was destroyed by the death of Maude he sort of went onto become this embittered old man. I like that idea. That's yeah that's the sequel. To Make Colin Higgins do two sequels to herald worldview. Yes wasn't enough calling was a really fascinating in wildly talented guy who died much much too young of AIDS at the age of forty seven and nineteen eighty eighty eight. He expressed interest in one thousand nine hundred about a sequel and a prequel. The Sequel Herald story would have court portray heralds life after Maude Higgins. Imagine a prequel equal showing Maude before Harold Grover and Maud it had maude. Learning how to steal cars from Grover Muldoon. The character portrayed. By Richard Pryor Higgins nineteen seventy six film on silver streak as as bad. There's a good radio when you step out of you. You got to step out of the Canes Shit Right You bay put the radio to year. That's going to help you face right. We about it with the rhythm.

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"harold" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

01:42 min | 8 months ago

"harold" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"Gray Mon doesn't describe it and it shouldn't in some way but there's a spirit visit meaning. There's something so subtle about the core that song which hits that's drink and that's it tells you everything about that to me. Me Is the greatest summation of why this music works so well in this film. It's not literal like what's going on in. The song's lyrics is not literally what's going onscreen. Yeah the there's a aspect of the spirit of Harold and Maude which is uplifted and contained in this this Cat Stevens thing which is such its own thing at its time and now today right and they inseparable from each other the the film and Cat Stevens Music they they coexist in a way. The I can't think of many other examples Japanese Jas of films where the music I mean. Did he wrote two songs specifically for this. Is that right. Yes and then the rest of them the rest of them were supposed to be place holders right and in a similar similar thing thing that happened with the graduation you know he. I think actually that was supposed to sort of do some score as well. I don't think he got to that and just just ended up using most of those so he wrote. Don't be shy and if you want to sing out sing out pretty amazing. Just just knock that out. You need a new song long. Let me just right if you want to sing out. Sing out. Play a little clip of when that's used here in the movie. So Ruth Gordon starts playing on the piano. There's a little magical realism throughout the film in a few spots. This is one of them. She gets up to do a little dance but the piano.

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"harold" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

02:43 min | 8 months ago

"harold" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"And it pulls back and you see him in his fantastic blazer and his and his tie and I was hooked right from that first first minute I just thought this is the most and of course the pulls back and reveals this is a fake suicide attempt and he is tricking his mazing mother. So Yeah Yeah. That was my first experience of Harold and I did come out changed. I came out of my art house. Cinema leads thinking the world looks really different today and And it's never has been the same since Colin Higgins who famously this was his first screenplay has one of those only in Hollywood stories where he was in film school and he was working working as a pool. Boy Any showed a draft of Harold and Maude which I think at the time he had intended just too short. He showed it to film producer. Louis this who showed it to Robert Evans so at the time was a big paramount. And that's how he that's how this thing went through the mock nations to become a go project as they say in. Hollywood would seem that you refer to the brilliant opening scene was very much what Colin Higgins had in his screenplay. This is one of those movies where someone hasn't seen it for the first first time. You're SORTA jealous. Glad for them because they get to have an experience that you can't really have because when we watch that now you're sort of you're watching it for how it's put together in the meticulousness of showing us this fake suicide which you don't know fake until until after the fact and all the more impressive for Nineteen seventy-one starting starting a movie in such a deadpan. Right kind of like I said black comedy way where you're sort of like Holy Shit. Where are we going? Where is this going? Yeah Yeah I'm not time continues for at least the first twenty five minutes throughout those early you know. Fake suicide attempts on a dog as well. They're very dark. I mean is this is it. Am I correct seeming. This one of the first black comedies. Why would I don't? I don't know if it's one of the first. I'm trying to think of other example. Well I mean I mean. The media touched on in terms of disaffected youth movies and would be the graduate right. which is I believe? Nineteen sixty seven. So it's a number of years before this. That's not as duck. It's it's not as dark but it has a lot of similar rejection of parental values. It doesn't have quite the urine oddball and that's okay. I mean I think one of the things. This movie has always spoken to people about. Is that sense of otherness and not fitting in that ultimately being okay. Let's watch a clip. Let's do that. I was going to see the scene. Where Herald Meets Maude?.

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"harold" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

06:02 min | 11 months ago

"harold" Discussed on Bookworm

"For blood and this is bookworm you know recently Harold Bloom died he was the figure of extrordinary controversy Oko Zinder other circumstances is he would have been just another professor but he was the professor who was defending the Western canon as he quoted which meant that he was talking about Shakespeare and Milton and of course his great of Shelley he studied how these writers in the Canon influenced each other he wrote a book called the Gang Society of influence he really became the writer of our time talking out that tradition now let's acknowledge that tradition is rarely taught in the university the way it was in the generation of Herald I had the pleasure and I would say the honor of talking to her world boom at his own apartment in New York I will say that I disagreed with him about many things things when we aired these interviews people wrote in Yes harold bloom was an elitist yes he was but we should have one of everything and there are leaders and there are populous and there are ever very kind of response that you can have two good richer this is harold boom from our conversation on bookworm unlike his book the Anatomy of influence literature is a way of life which seems a settled and masterful book the shadow of a great rock is audacious and I would like to say even dangerous which tells us that a great mind doesn't settle into somnolence or eternity it's always at work work and always making trouble this is the nature of the mind Harold Bloom my wife would appreciate how do you how do you feel you've spoken of the many controversies you've causes mentioned some of them in this book it's never going to see aw both well hated and well loved and particularly with I have to say about the New Testament here has already started Israel fury I've got nasty email nasty letters and even a couple of nasty anonymous phone calls you say that the ten handle translation of the old the New Testament is the breakthrough in Boston since they burned I mean he's both a great model a great writer and the Grand Bigot with that it's not full they were all bigots of goals they would all I'm very glad to see you and myself crucified angry anti-semites but it went with the territory as it were Tindale was martyred burned alive before he could finish his translation of what he called the Old Testament as you will notice throughout this look the shadow of a great rock I insist upon referring to it as the original testament Tomahawk the Hebrew Bible and what is called the New Testament by its proper name the belated testament which is also beginning to get into the usual difficulties but that's fun Tindale was burned alive before he could translate the prophets and most of the great writings and that's how a loss because tremendous writer in every way you compare to Shakespeare and Milton I would say that the greatest writer certain in English paps in any language I'm able to read is of course we shakespeare indeed have now reached a point where I've totally infuriated but I like doing that of course with them the horrible shakespeare establishment these dryers dust moldy fix calls by simply saying there is no God but God his name is William Shakes sure of course after Shakespeare you have to put chaucer stunning extraordinary writer without really Shakespeare did not have been possible then tindale and Milton I would say of almost equal imminence the English novel sales of Daniel Defoe and John Bunyan at its very beginning wouldn't have been possible without Tindale he was not a lyrical writer but a very great narrative genius I of course New Testament which was complete is the entire basis if the King James New Testament and is major writing is largely preserved in the Geneva Bible and subsequently in the King James Bible and various scholars who have said that it would be very difficult to think of the style of certain moments in King Lear without the Tim Daly an element in the Geneva Bible our I think basically justified you say that the two greatest works in the English language are composed really within a decade need a little more than a decade of.

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"harold" Discussed on GONE

GONE

11:10 min | 1 year ago

"harold" Discussed on GONE

"Early in the afternoon of Sunday December seventeenth Australian I minister Harold Holt disappeared into the waters at Chevy beach four people were present at the time although only to Allan Stewart Marjorie Gillespie or watching his distant form in the waves when suddenly disappeared in Marjorie his words it was like life being taken out it was so quick and so- final but Ellen and Marjorie tried not to panic at first they assumed he was just hidden behind cresting wave they spent ten whole minutes peering out into the ocean in disbelief sure that Harold would reemerge out of the oiling surf a strange choice considering their friend was nowhere in sight and almost certainly drowning they realized that finally when he didn't reappear in a steadily mounting panic they rapidly discussed their options neither was a strong enough swimmer too forge out into these wild waters Marjorie stood by the shore to keep an eye out for Harold Allen ran off to get help the Victoria police launched a search and rescue mission immediately but the divers who dove into the waters at Chevy weren't able to get far one of them explain the conditions the water was dirty it was difficult to see and the undertow was extremely strong we were just getting pushed backward words and forwards by the waves and the undertow was trying to pull us into the channel and out to sea it was too rough to be able to search properly by the time the waters calmed down and the rescue party was able to make a thorough search of the ocean surrounding Chevy at beach around five four thirty five. PM Harold was gone the average person can tread water for about two hours before sinking from exhaustion in the unlikely event that Herald had been drawn far out to sea by the current that time frame could have easily slipped by before rescuers reached him additionally the average person can only hold their breath for a minute some professional swimmers can go for up to five minutes before needing air but if Harold dropped underwater from exhaustion he wouldn't have had long before he swallowing seawater and drowned if the rough waters tossed Harold into an underwater rock formation and lodged him there the whole process could have occurred even more quickly a joint report by Commonwealth and Victoria Police submitted Ingenio worry nineteen sixty eight concluded that there has been no indication that the disappearance of the late Mr Holt was anything other than accidental the government accepted the polices officials stands and chose not to pursue an inquiry into the death themselves which in the case of most any apparently accidental drowning would've been the logical decision the government might have decided to treat the case differently considering the drown person in question was the prime minister but there was no precedent for such a government inquiry in Australia we're only two PM said died in office both of relatives Lee straightforward heart attacks and so the government chose to let the case go this was for reasons that made sense is to them however the fact that the government didn't conduct an investigation led some people to suspect a cover up they wondered what really it happened on Chevy at beach that day our first line of theories about the real story behind olds disappearance claim that he died that day but not by accident herald hold died of suicide this idea rests on a single question about the prime minister's behavior why would an intelligent experienced sportsmanlike herald have gone swimming such dangerous conditions if he didn't WanNa die he knew better than to risk his life to cool off the logic behind the theory looks back at heralds political troubles at the end of his first term herald had ridden a wave of support into office for Australian involvement in the Vietnam War but the tide was turning against his pro-vietnam Pro Lyndon B Johnson foreign policy he was also facing political pressures from the Australian government after mishandling several government controversies including one involving the misuse of VIP aircraft rumors started to circuit relate that the pressure had mounted too high herald hadn't been lost to accidental drowning. He had died of suicide to escape. The political mess he had dug himself into the idea is not statistically improbable at least in so far as suicide by drowning is not uncommon in coastal areas one newfoundland study looking at numbers from the late eighties and early nineties he's found that drowning by suicide accounted for twenty five percent of suicidal deaths in people above fifty and the theory took the oppressed by storm as Australia and the international community grappled with the loss of the Hale Energetic Prime Minister even life magazine the theory believers insisted that his mental state had been chaotic and depressed because of his political troubles and he decided WHO ended all at Cheviot beach or at least he hadn't cared whether he lived or died as he recklessly entered the water the theory tracks since it explains a tragedy that otherwise feels to senselessly arbitrary it gives a human explanation for his loss however outside of the sentiment there's little proof for this conclusion the police report into his life followed his own nary domestic pattern during the lead up to the disappearance we have a very thorough breakdown of his schedule prior to his disappearance and we can compare that to his generally busy social days and see that there wasn't anything unusual at play heralds longtime housekeeper Mary Law all this confirmed that he seemed his normal self spirited and energetic Allan Stewart Marjorie Gillespie and all the other family members friends and acquaintance according to every single person who knew him that ever spoke on the subject in the words of Sir Alexander Downer who worked with Harold in government Holt was a gregarious man with zest for living neither moody introspective Earth Ian some of his tastes happy in his marriage interested in the welfare of his stepson's and their families with an overriding love of politics and with his public career in full flight. Cleanse it's the fact that he disappeared in full view of multiple people make suicide extremely unlikely it's uncommon for people to attempts aside with witnesses present but still over the years people have struggled to understand why Harold would have decided to enter such rough waters and remember seventeenth nineteen sixty seven as recently as two thousand eat a docudrama called the prime minister is missing suggested another explanation the program funded by government production companies screen Australia in association with ABC television proposed that Harold was of unstable mind and health on December seventeenth but not because he was depressed the argument here is that Harold was stressed by the pressures of government that earlier theories insisted had led to depression but not that they were making him suicidal instead those pressures combined with a dose of morphine seriously impaired his judgment Um Herald was in fact verifiably prescribed morphine for the shoulder injury that was affecting his tennis game the day before he appeared if he had taken some morphine for his pain on December seventeenth his judgment would have been seriously clouded especially if the morphine was combined and with the stress from his work as prime minister and perhaps a beachside beer alcohol and painkillers can be a deadly combination one enhancing the effects of the other this is an intriguing theory because it ties together the biggest loose end of the case which the official police investigation never tied up heralds decision to take a reckless swim but this theory like the theory that he was suicidally depressed has no solid evidence to back it up well herald was certainly prescribe morphine at the time of his disappearance there's nothing to indicate that he was taking seeing it on the day he disappeared none of his beach companions noted any behavior that suggested Herald was under the influence of morphine it's local theory to rule out but it's just as difficult to prove however there's another version of this theory that falls somewhere between the proposal of suicide and the morphine idea it focuses on the simple very likely fact that herald was stressed after an intense year of governing Australia and may have gone swimming hoping to relieve the stress despite apparent dangers words of Robert Southey a senior figure in the organizational wing of heralds Liberal Party my own feeling about what happened is something like this herald was a very good swimmer and he came back to Melbourne troubled not very well overstretched overstrained worried by police goal challenges and thinking well now I can relax there is one area in which I really am on challenged boss and that's the sea Eh Southeast Proposal Seems Fair we know Herald was a.

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"harold" Discussed on GONE

GONE

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"harold" Discussed on GONE

"After eleven herald arrived at the Gillespie's as promised the party climbed into the car drove out to the viewing point and unable to see much of the ship quickly gave up on the project lazily they suggested the beach instead it was a hot day herald asserted that a dip in the water would do that I'm all good then they would all have lunch this was a sportsman's attitude exercise inherits mind was the best way to work up in appetite they arrived Chevy's soon afternoon equipped with bathing suits and ready to cool down but the party looked out at the water are in surprise herald was surprised as the rest he knew this beach like the back of his hand he said but he'd never seen the water this high viner and Martin Simpson immediately gave up any plans of swimming too rough for us they indicated as they strolled off along the shore watching the water and quiet awe and chattering softly Mrs Gillespie to shook her head emphatically at the idea of swim today it was not the day she settled onto a beach towel resigning herself to an afternoon of unmitigated heat Allan Stewart said he'd splash out near the shore and leave it at that but harold shrugged his shoulders and strode into the water alone his stride long and confident despite the current tugging at him even in the shallows his arms stretched out into practice strong strokes his body cut through the roaring waves and then he disappeared.

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"harold" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"harold" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"The very sweet world bursary michio lake enough of opportunity are under that we've been barber deficient where she she's done rahbarpour for now she's out with a khorasan bill and i think um so we you and i were talking the other day about the the end of the fim world on netflix yeah i recommended to jeff ramsey because he loves the movie harold maude hun i definitely got a big herald in maude vibe are toasted i think it's really weird i went back and watch the trailer for harold and maude and the trade like the 70s are awful the terrible they're really just terrible did have someone racing at yeah a little bit or sometimes they don't have narrators and the 70s trailers came the jungle how's the either slow house harold drives us yeah and i watch that if i was a book and that i would watch the trailer for of the fucking world and it seemed like a better trailer for harold harold available but it's really good eightpart now flicked series and really for every uplift like eighteen to twenty minutes or something like that based on a graphic novel right yeah yeah and i tweeted about it and so people were like they i watched the first episode a didn't really get into not sure short keep trying and i was like no if you don't like it immediately doc it's it's it is what it is from the beginning and never stops and we were talking about that it's it's i think a lot of times now with media you've got to have some the grabs people right out of the gate just because is especially with this one i can agree with you i'm like three episodes in is that if you don't like it in the first five minutes your good i hate every five in a row it's not for you know everything about like black maher is what they're doing with these netflixing as they get put out all in one go is they make the first episode a really really catchy like punchy wednesay watched that one and you're like hell yet and then the rest of them can be whatever yes i.

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"harold" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"harold" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"The very sweet world bursary michio lake enough of opportunity are under that we've been barber deficient where she she's done rahbarpour for now she's out with a khorasan bill and i think um so we you and i were talking the other day about the the end of the fim world on netflix yeah i recommended to jeff ramsey because he loves the movie harold maude hun i definitely got a big herald in maude vibe are toasted i think it's really weird i went back and watch the trailer for harold and maude and the trade like the 70s are awful the terrible they're really just terrible did have someone racing at yeah a little bit or sometimes they don't have narrators and the 70s trailers came the jungle how's the either slow house harold drives us yeah and i watch that if i was a book and that i would watch the trailer for of the fucking world and it seemed like a better trailer for harold harold available but it's really good eightpart now flicked series and really for every uplift like eighteen to twenty minutes or something like that based on a graphic novel right yeah yeah and i tweeted about it and so people were like they i watched the first episode a didn't really get into not sure short keep trying and i was like no if you don't like it immediately doc it's it's it is what it is from the beginning and never stops and we were talking about that it's it's i think a lot of times now with media you've got to have some the grabs people right out of the gate just because is especially with this one i can agree with you i'm like three episodes in is that if you don't like it in the first five minutes your good i hate every five in a row it's not for you know everything about like black maher is what they're doing with these netflixing as they get put out all in one go is they make the first episode a really really catchy like punchy wednesay watched that one and you're like hell yet and then the rest of them can be whatever yes i.

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"harold" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"harold" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

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