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"heidecker" Discussed on ICYMI

ICYMI

01:44 min | 1 d ago

"heidecker" Discussed on ICYMI

"I see why I was produced by Daniel Schrader and me, Rachel Hampton, with a special thanks to Sierra's Bragg Lee ricks, daisy Rosario is our senior supervisor producer and Alicia Montgomery is sleep VP of audio. See you online. Or the American girl store. Hey, Tom sharply here, the host of the best show. And if you've never heard of the best show before, everything you need to know is right there in the title. Each week we put on the best lives podcast you're ever gonna hear featuring live callers, celebrity guests, music, plenty of surprises, who knows what's gonna happen. Last month alone, we were joined by Conan O'Brien, Patricia Arquette, Jeff tweedy from wilco, Nathan Fielder, sinan archives John Oliver, the list goes on and on. So what are you waiting for? Join us live every Tuesday night on Twitch at 6 p.m. Pacific time and find us the next day on the forever dog podcast network and wherever you find podcasts. Hey everybody, it's Tim heidecker. You know me Tim and Eric bridesmaids and Fantastic Four. I'd like to personally invite you to listen to office hours live with me and my co hosts DJ Doug pound. Hello and Vic Berger. Howdy. Every week we bring you laughs fun games and lots of other surprises. It's live. We take your Zoom calls. We love having fun, excuse me. Songs. Vic said something. Music. I like having fun. I like to act. I like to repeat people who can make me laugh. Please subscribe. No.

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"heidecker" Discussed on The Secret History of the Future

The Secret History of the Future

07:05 min | Last week

"heidecker" Discussed on The Secret History of the Future

"The stories that you're telling with your show. Yeah, yeah. And I feel like the moment a lot of reality television shows realize that they have to start responding to the Internet because I feel like a lot of them would love to operate in a vacuum without the Internet, given the opportunity, but it's when there's show drama that causes fandom drama that then causes show drama that they've causes fandom drama in this endless or Boris. There you go. That's what a 2023. I'm assuming drag race also has this where we're seeing the Internet's influence in how the show is attempting to deal with the discourse that the show is creating online. Oh, absolutely. In season ten, you kind of had this situation where if you know the history of drag and like wear drag actually comes from trans black and Latino women are really who helped make drag what it is. And but if you looked at the show, the show itself made by queer people was still not letting trans people really be fully out or acknowledge it. You had a lot of queens that would kind of come out as trans after. But they weren't really like trans actively on the show or didn't feel comfortable talking about it. And that's also as these groups are becoming more outspoken on social media and we're hearing more of their voices to begin with. And then in season ten, you have a queen named the vixen, who's a black queen who's like calling out the fact that the fans are way more abusive to the black queens and also the show is not really rewarding them when they do well with fans. So they're kind of getting it in both directions. And it became a really another kind of wonderfully awkward reunion moment, a lot of people actually gave the vixen a lot of flack. I was very like, that's really interesting and brave for you to just say stuff to RuPaul's face, like good for you. But then you could see them actually have to deal with that and digest it, even though people didn't like that the vix had said it, like the next bunch of winners in the next bunch of seasons had these incredible black queens who I mean, the ones that came before them were incredible as well, but they came hungry and proud of who they were and very aware that it was their time to say something more. And so like all of us, right? But that makes sense. 2020, there's protests everywhere. There's all of this stuff. It is the same stuff that we're going through, but in a way where you can actually kind of look at it and feel removed from for a moment and go like, oh. What's happening here? Yes, yes. I think reality televisions tendency to want to posit itself as escapism. Does not really mesh well with the world as it exists. Because you can't escape that. I feel like we got an incredibly thorough breakdown of what has led us up to the current season. Except we haven't really mentioned this thing. I don't know if you heard about it, a pandemic. There's a pandemic. Yeah, I forgot for a minute. Totally forgot for a minute. After the break, we're going to talk more about drag race's response to the pandemic and how it might have actually ultimately allowed the show to grow. Hey everybody, it's Tim heidecker. You know me Tim and Eric bridesmaids and Fantastic Four. I'd like to personally invite you to listen to office hours live with me and my co hosts DJ Doug pound. Hello and Vic Berger. Howdy. Every week we bring you laughs fun games and lots of other surprises. It's live. We take your Zoom calls. We love having fun, excuse me. Songs. Vick said something music. I like having fun. I like to act. I like to repeat people who can make me laugh. Please subscribe. No. Hi y'all. Hope you're enjoying today's show if this is your first time listening to ICU IMI than a welcome. We are thrilled to have you here. In case you missed it, that's what I see why my stands for. Also, our show comes out twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays. You are currently listening to the Saturday episode, so if you want to listen to this past Wednesday's episode, you will learn all about an aesthetic called core core, which is just the word core twice. The influencer Alex Earl, and we will also be answering the question of whether Greta Thunberg really did lead to Andrew Tate's downfall. You don't want to miss it. And we're back with the pandemic, the pandemic is in the room with us. It's always here. It's all around us right now. The pandemic changed a lot of things. The supply chain in election, my mental health. And those things include reality television. So you mentioned before the break that the first pandemic season of drag race, which had started filming in 2019. Ended filming in 2020 the year of our discontent. It ended with performances over Zoom, which was a real innovation in the show. There's a really funny way and by funny, I mean, I don't ever think we're going to be able to reckon with this right now because we're still in the middle of it. But this massive change in our lives also forced some real innovation in a lot of formats that have gone really stale and I'm wondering if that's what this zoom season of drag race felt like if it had felt like we're getting into a bit of a rut and this spice things up. That's how it felt for me personally as a viewer. I mean obviously not all viewers felt that way, but I really did feel like they showed a lot of creativity. But yeah, for all of that kind of interesting creativity. Definitely felt like drag race then tried to act like that didn't happen and were like, okay, here's just more of what you like, but also a worse version of it. And that's the next season. And that's the next season. Yeah, so season 13, I just, I couldn't even finish it. It's the only season I haven't finished. It felt like why would we do this boring thing when we've already learned something? A little bit better. And also, I do want to be outside. Please stop just forcing poorly edited episodes onto me just 'cause you know I'm stuck inside. How dare truly. So there's a season between season 13 and 15 because that's how numbers work. But I feel like I haven't heard anything about season four. Did it exist? I mean, it exists because 15. It was cool. I mean, the queens themselves very talented. I love the winner, who is a queen named willow hill. But yeah, it just kind of still had this vibe of like, you haven't fully committed to it and you're trying to kind of still make some of the old things work, but we're past that now. We're just in

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"heidecker" Discussed on ICYMI

ICYMI

07:45 min | 2 weeks ago

"heidecker" Discussed on ICYMI

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I like to be people who can make me laugh. Please subscribe. No. And we're back. I feel like I'm gonna start with the question that actually broke through myself imposed Twitter isolation. Which is Andrew Tate's downfall. Brought on by maybe the only famous teenager who isn't a nepo baby. I also saw that discourse, which was whatever. But we're talking about Greta Thunberg, like the tiniest activist that will. We love her. Oh, Greta. Over on tumblr, all the girlies universally celebrated this now infamous exchange between, I don't want to call him anything. The scum of the earth. Andrew Tate. And our queen Greta Thunberg, if you somehow missed this, I'm gonna assume you were also in a self imposed Internet sabbatical, and I would personally like to congratulate you for being much more successful than I was in doing that. But back to the drama, I'm slightly murky in the details. I've seen screenshots. I know that Tate was arrested on charges of rape and human trafficking. But when exactly did this start? What was going on? What was in the air? Tell me. I mean, it was a lot. It was a lot because dude just put it all out there himself, right? So on December 27th, Andrew Tate, who was only very recently unbanned from Twitter to begin with, decided to use his newfound tweeting privileges to tweet at Greta Thunberg, who I must remind everyone is a teenager. He tweeted, quote, please provide your email address so I can send a complete list of my car collection and their respective enormous emissions. Why? Why? Were they talking before? Was there a back and forth? There was this just how he just decided he woke up. He just decided to do that. He is somebody who thinks that people who are not thinking of him are thinking of him. Okay, proceed. Keep going. So Greta, then responds with what is now the fourth, most liked tweet of all time. And we got to get this quote completely correct. So she said quote, yes. Please do enlighten me. Email me at small dick energy at get a life dot com. That's just beautiful. There's nothing I love more. Than a good comeback. And that one is just, it's perfect. It's perfect. I love her. Great job, Greta. Greta, doing so much. For all of us, really, right? No, truly, not even just the jokes. Nope. More than the judge. Yeah. Yeah. She has more going for her than jokes. Seriously. So then Tate responded with a video that we are not going to play because no one needs to hear this man's voice. But in the video, there was a pizza box, and apparently that pizza box comes from a pizza company that's local to Romania where Tate was residing. This led to many people assuming that the pizza box confirming Tate's whereabouts was what led to his arrest two days later. This is what I saw in tumblr. There were so many posts that were just like, wow, who would have thought that Tate ducking on a teenager would be why he got arrested. I love this. But the way you said that makes me feel like it's not true, right? Are you gonna brist my bubble? Are you gonna? Yeah. From the first show back. Yeah, I'm sorry, unfortunately. I know. Okay, well look, Greta remains undefeated, but the Romanian authorities have denied that the pizza box itself had anything to do with the arrest, right? They said that they've been investigating Andrew Tate's properties since April of 2022 and the entire thing was a coincidence. Greta, however, did respond to the arrest and the Internet theories that she caused with it, saying, quote, this is what happens when you don't recycle your pizza box. Again, beautiful work on her behalf. And because I feel like I rebuke the idea that the Romanian authorities, I rebuke that I rebuke that notion. I just think they don't want to share credit with our queen Greta. So yes, and you know what, either way, it doesn't change how great her comeback was. And yeah, truly. And the timing of it is still fantastic. Even if the pizza box itself didn't literally lead to it, the timing of him being owned by her in that moment. Fantastic. Absolutely beautiful. No one could ask for anything more. I'm glad that we started with a high point, I guess. I guess this is what counts as a high point now. Something we can rally around. Yeah, something that makes everybody happy. You know, something for everybody. Anyway, honestly next question. Let's come from Lee bellani, who emailed us a few days ago. I ran up against people discussing the evolution of core core on my FYP, but I don't even know what core core is. I'm lost totally, please and help your day one fan, Lee. First, wow, a day one fan. Thank you so much for sticking beside us as we go into our third year of this. I had to think about that for a minute. I mean, I don't know what year it is on any given day anymore. I'm just like, we've been doing this for 6 months now. That's not true. So

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"heidecker" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

03:20 min | 3 months ago

"heidecker" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"Today, in Twitter, Elon Musk said yesterday, the blue checkmark system is bullshit, his words, and Twitter blue will be an $8 a month service with half the ads, priority and replies, mentions, and search, and a few other bells and whistles. So I guess floating that $20 a month thing was just a trial balloon, quoting silicon republic. The new owner of Twitter said a blue tick will cost $8 a month with the price adjusted by country, a blue tick mark next to a username is currently free. But it's typically reserved for high profile figures and users who have been verified as trustworthy sources. In a series of tweets yesterday, Musk said the new subscription model will give quote power to the people and called the current way of verifying users a quote lords and peasant system. The billionaire said the new subscription will also give blue take users quote priority and replies mentions and search, which he claimed would help reduce spam on the platform. These users will also get half as many ads and the ability to post long video and audio content he added. A number of high profile Twitter users have spoken out against Musk's plans to charge for the blue tick. The billionaire previously hinted that the monthly subscription could be $20 a month. Author Stephen King tweeted that he would leave the platform if he was charged this much to keep the verified status. Musk responded with the lower $8 subscription option and said quote, Twitter can not rely entirely on advertisers. It is unclear when the subscription model could begin. And if it would be a replacement for Twitter blue, which lets users pay for features such as the ability to undo tweets, bookmark and save tweets and customize their display. Also, Twitter's chief customer officer, Sarah persinette, has apparently resigned, not fired, resigned, and sources say, add company IPG recommended that clients pause their Twitter spending over moderation concerns, comedian and verified Twitter user, Tim heidecker, has put the site's moderation practices to the test by starting hashtag Trump is dead, which began trending on November 1. Sources are telling The Washington Post that the U.S. government is exploring whether it has the legal authority to review Elon Musk's Twitter deal, which gives large foreign investors access to confidential data. Although, I mean, they could have thought about that a while ago, it's not like this whole drama was low profile and not drawn out. Perhaps the most interesting thing though, according to an internal email scene by The Washington Post, Twitter appears to be rushing out a high risk paywalled video feature, letting users charge to view their videos with Twitter taking a cut. What could go wrong with people posting videos for pay? Quote, the company appears to be aiming to rush out the feature referred to as pay weld video with a target of one to two weeks before launch. But the team has, quote, identified the risk as high, according to the email, which was sent by an employee on Twitter's product trust team, the email sites quote, risks related to copyrighted content, creator, user, trust issues, and legal compliance, and says the feature will undergo a brief internal review on those issues before moving forward. Whether the feature was in development before Musk took over is unclear and Twitter declined to comment. But the accelerated timeline gives the company's internal review teams just three days to provide feedback on the potential risks. The timeline could

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"heidecker" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:51 min | 3 months ago

"heidecker" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Give me your heart and your real hearts forget about it. Yes, bob says you're coming up. I'm Tim heidecker, is the comedian's name. Oh, yeah. Testing Elon Musk on Twitter You know what? There are only levels of wrong. After the horrific Ness about Paul Pelosi, I guess there's just levels of wrong. He tweeted, here's what we know when Trump is dead, died badly to Elon Musk has suppressed this news or has he three Donald Trump Jr. is now just plain Donald Trump. Please like and share. And then he tweeted, I heard he died in a sad and sick way, not as a dog, but this reporting could change soon. Oh, hi, Zach and Indiana, hi. Hello, Zack. So this must be some strange times because I never thought in my multiple years of living. I would ever actually root for a Cheney. Yes, me neither. Yes. Go war criminal war criminal demon seed, yay. For you. It's the whole thing. I don't agree with her father at all, but why don't you talk about yeah. Yeah, you're going rogue. I'm watching this. Burn it down. Yeah, burn it down, lots of raptor, yeah. I bet you she. She's learned how to work doorknobs. I bet you she can work a bit lighter. She's not ready to burn her hearty to the ground. I could. Also, Supreme Court's max downs, Lindsey Graham's attempt to weasel out of Georgia election case. That's good next. You are listening to WCT 8

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"heidecker" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:12 min | 9 months ago

"heidecker" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Kimbo hannon show DOM Giordano pinch hitting and it's gonna be interesting to see if vaccine information COVID debate something like that is gonna be the dice area for Elon Musk as he really starts to run Twitter We're talking about Steve Martin no trending because of the king Tut Sketch And people going after him Who is it that is hilarious to you Denise and egg harbor township New Jersey Hey Denise Who's funny Oh great Great topics Having been in the music business for like 40 something years I've worked with a lot of people and there is a woman that comes out of New York her name is Mary de mino She is the female Sebastian maniscalco Ah She is high praise Yeah he's probably the most popular big time now Yeah She is awesome She's got a good set mentality She knows where to go from topic to topic She's funny She's a thing she does about her family and growing up Italian in New York She's just incredible I worked with her 25 years ago in New York And she's just as this world married Thank you Mary Thank you Denise Very much Troy and Kenosha Wisconsin All right Troy who's hilarious to you Are you looking into me right now Yes Troy go ahead All right all right I got a lot of sales Hopefully we can spend some time together Dan you know Jimbo handing okay so you asked me who's hilarious to me If you want to start with that just go right in Do you know who Tim heidecker is Kim heidecker no I apologize to I don't Okay So Tim heidecker is the most prolific genius comedian If that's the topic I'm telling you right now Tim heidecker has more stuff than you could ever imagine and he is the top is not just from the tippy top Thank you very very much You did well for a little bit Get some rest try Thanks very much for calling the Jim bohannon show Following me on Twitter DOM Giordano at DOM show 1210 at DOM show 1210 And again with Elon Musk what's the first order of business We'll see how that plays out My order of business is to thank a great team tonight Tom delac engineering great music tonight and Rita rich first time I've worked with Rita producing the Jim bohan in show tonight I'll.

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"heidecker" Discussed on MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"heidecker" Discussed on MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

"Joining me today via Clubhouse to share what's on their radar are Kim tall bear. Professor in the faculty of native studies at the university of Alberta and here as this week's special guest, Q Anthony omega cultural and political commentator with the resistance noir media network hello to you both. Hello. Hello. So here's how many indigenous works. It's a three, four, 5, format, three people talking about four things, roughly 5 minutes each, and none of us know what the others want to talk about. So let's just get right into it. Kim, what's on your mind? I always come to me first. Okay. Well, I sent one topic in, but really it's a reflection of a broader topic. Okay. So the topic I sent in was the politics of citing those who have fallen from grace. So this is a lot of we have this conversation in indigenous studies a lot like this person. It came out that they had a me too moment. We usually that's what it is. And we talk about not citing them. But there's all kinds of other falls from grace that people can have that they don't all get the same play. But then I realized that my broader and so I'm interested in what people think the ethics of that are still relying on the thought and theory and ideas of people who have shown themselves to be ethically compromised human beings, which we all are. But then I realized the broader topic is really kind of purity politics. And I don't know that might not be the best word for that. But I really thinking about strategizing around activism or intervention, social interventions we're trying to make in the world say when you're organizing with people. But you have to come together with people who might have you might have some fundamental disagreements with about the way the world works. And so I've been thinking a lot lately about the contradictions of that. Does that make sense? Is a broader topic? Sure. I got it. Oh, this is stuff that I kind of deal with a lot. Although I do find that conversations about whether it's ethical to continue citing somebody after they've, I don't know, there's everything from there like ethically compromised and their personal life they've done horrendous and abusive things. And I understand I understand and don't take me wrong when we want to say this. I understand the aesthetics of it. I don't understand the surface. Why it could be a problem. But at the same time, when there are long-standing, and it's usually like white theorists, philosophers, academics, researchers, et cetera long after, not only their personal problems have been exposed. But also their academic shortcomings or oftentimes like they were just straight up vicious and violent racism, they're still considered people worthy of citation. So I'm thinking about, for example, a manual cons, right? It's just a horrendous racist human being. I'm sorry. Okay, all right. No, just horrible human being, who wrote about the innate savagery and backwardness of Africans without ever having met one in Kansas considered one of the fathers of the enlightenment era. I'm also thinking about feminists like Suleiman firestone and Susan Brown Miller and Brown Miller had an incredibly odious track record, especially with regards to the central part 5 and other descriptions of blackmail as absolute savages. And at the time, opinion was he divided on the Central Park 5 people act like everybody believed that the Central Park 5 were guilty. John didian absolutely did not. And was one of the people that I think bravely spoke out at the time and said that it seems like a lot of people are being for the blood of these young black men who later turn out to be innocent. And then after the fact, everyone turns around and was like, oh my goodness, those children were innocent. Which of us ever knew? And they paid each other on the back for recognizing. Well, these are innocent children that were convicted and we tell their story and then everybody quietly recedes afterwards. Nobody ever making an apology. So there's people like altos here who still get cited, all sister killed his wife, heidecker still get cited, heidegger was a Nazi. So I find that when it's black, Latin American and indigenous scholars, philosophers, et cetera, that we have these hand drinking and conversations about more intense standards. Yeah, exactly. And it's not to say that the rest of us should be able to do horrible things again away with it. It's just more like, well, if you're able to separate the research from the human being, in other cases, primarily with white cases to the extent that even the research itself is horrible and the analysis itself is horrible, but people still accept it. But for everybody else, you have to not only have perfect scholarship, but you also have to have an impeccable track record as a human being. Okay, we got about 20 seconds to go. I'll just throw in Mike quick, do you think I'm so sorry about that? I'm sorry. Oh, no, no, no, we're all getting this happen. This is only a third or fourth time doing this format. So yeah, wow, what do you do? I mean, we've had conversations. Oh, jeez, okay. All right. Well, I'll just have a thought. We've had this conversation about indigenous authors, typically male, who have been shown to be less than perfect. Shall we say I mean, God, some people would take great issue of me saying that because it seems so glib, but yeah, the question it's a larger question too about, can we separate the art from the artist? But I do take your point cue that it does seem when we're not dealing with white people. It's almost even more intense because we feel that we assign it this greater sense of group portrayal. I don't know if that's the right phraseology, but. I do not like I do not think that's fair to have a double standard and it's ironic that we would apply it that much more fiercely when it comes to somebody within our own population. So. Which is what often happens, yeah. Yeah, exactly. Okay, so now that we know how 5 minutes works. Oh, it's so harsh. Here we go. I'm gonna reset the clock and here's my topic. For me, I've been struck by the direction land or territorial acknowledgments have taken of late in the United States. If you don't know what those are, just do what vice president Kamala Harris says, Google it. And in one case..

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"heidecker" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"heidecker" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

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"heidecker" Discussed on A voice with me

A voice with me

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"heidecker" Discussed on A voice with me

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"heidecker" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"heidecker" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"Who does have a cat to was this person in the next door house or something. I think i didn't know it in. They were yes. I think they were in on on. The premises is a new bad. Boy of podcasts was just so so i feel like i kind of like i came into this. This apartment complex type thing and like my stuff and left. And then i didn't know the lay of the land and i think the quarters were closer than i knew got it. I always just assume that the places bugged. I don't do i can't do airbnb m too paranoid. I assume there's cameras. Give me an ice commuter commuter hotel give me an ice marriott marriott or whatever they are yes residents in you can facts ahead of time your grocery lists and it'll be in your free no way. Yeah wow you need a it hard. But they rewarded awarded. Find the fax machine ricky. I just remembered you did something with tim. Heidecker right what was it. It was a show called just beyond its for disney plus know when it comes out they don't tell us that stuff but yeah we re filmed it in atlanta. It was really fun. Yeah wow we're both we're just in one episode was going to say i think he was only there for like a week or something. Yeah you okay. it's fine now very cool What else what else do you have coming out. What else should be out god. I don't even know nothing. Nothing i can say. I guess i have an enemy movie coming out in two thousand twenty four so hitting twenty twenty. I was like remember. There's some sort of michelle kanji like thing that i saw that shot from. It's so cool. That was a really cool. So yeah you guys loved that. Show that sunny specifically the part. You're in i'm remembering was pretty neat. We arrested for two days. Wow yeah and then we got it in three takes which was cool yeah. Let's explain that so your character is kind of a mass who then like turns her life around yes and you see her apartment is all messy right. And then as she's turning her life around you see it like get all cleaned it but it's like a high degree of difficulty there's to live animals in it. There's like different extras. there's wild. The walls changed every year. Everything changed the director. Had the foresight to have one of those little mini cameras in the ceiling. So you could see what was actually going on. Yeah there's a lot of yelling like it was great. It was really fun very cool. I need to watch the second season of kidding. Got really sad the for season. I think it's so it's hard. There was like cancer subplot or plots. And so i think for me. It feels like okay. I don't. I'm not sure wanna like dive into something so heavy right now. It's like i'm rarely in the mood but it was good. I liked to show. Yeah skews made. That was that it sounded like me trying to get everyone's attention and it really was..

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"heidecker" Discussed on Was jetzt?

Was jetzt?

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"heidecker" Discussed on Was jetzt?

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"heidecker" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"heidecker" Discussed on Now Try This

"Maybe yeah so then. We got the sexy song which honestly it was. It was fucking fire with fire. The lighting was fire. There honestly was high song where he has sixty nine on the ac. I remember that makes sense. My favorite was was a two things. One was the line about like. Let's talk like egyptians hydrographic like somehow. It's not supposed to be but somehow that's like deeply poetic that we have now regressed back to the way we used to do things language representation of an idea. Yes i mean the engine. Dibs roy onto something okay. They were doing gifts before gifts. Were a thing. Big arians toilet. That's they invented the fucking pyramids guys a. It wasn't aliens it was just the big brains. Gyp varying shit out being way headed of their fucking time and then there was a gray. She was like she said a peach. I sent a carrot. She said a ferris wheel. I sit up ohno now. Does she think think our vaginas fat snowman were all good. Very relatable variable. I've been sexy people. And i'd be like i don't know what to do. I don't know what to say. And then they say something or something. My is supposed to respond to that. And now i'm like a time schedule. Because they're sitting there waiting snowman bought. I agree or you get someone who's into into roleplaying and you're like okay. I get it. I i'm hagrid in your harry potter and let's see let's see okay. Okay let's say like oh. Hey o grid. Do you think. I can come in pet the animal sometime. Oh yeah i. It's always about something that. I don't know that much about like harry potter where i'm like. Yeah i'm the big wide comb combing combing get it. I got kicked out of wizard school and pet my dragon not good. Yeah yeah. let's go call her mind and get some help with our home. Were damn yeah. Good pair underage gross now there then. There was a bit that i didn't yet. So i want you to explain it to me is when he had green bat and it was like youtube background music and he was like. Hey guys so thankful for you to come. Listen to him. I saw but he was holding a knife and then he ended it which staring into the camera. I think it's i think it's just the modern way that youtube personalities interact with their fans where it is it is medicine in a way but also you tell if the knife is for himself or for the audience. Is it a threat either way that he was hanging by a thread willing to use a knife on himself. If you don't if he doesn't get the adoration of his viewers or is he going to turn the knife on his fans and become a monster whose hates his fandom. And i think you nailed it. Maybe what about the sex part. I like this game. This is a good all right. What about the next where. He is sitting there. Shiloh buff style watching his first youtube video on the screen. Guide darren when it again. She said this hurts me. And i think i understand why it's just something about being able to see your younger self at your sort of most your creepiest times. A hundred percent curious inside too. So it's like it's the same thing that made eighth grade so relatable it's just something about him tapping into what it means to reflect on who are and also the fact that he is in a unique position where all of his like failures and attempts at stardom and fame or online. And it's something that we will soon all be able to relate to gen z. more than anyone else. Where their birth. They're like infancy their childhood. Everything is recorded in online and they can sit there and reflect on it at any moment and that's not always a good thing. Yeah which leads us. Perfectly into his song problematic. Yes i'm problem batting which is like a workout video or it looks like flashdance or something bucking beautiful looks great. I love this song. It's great and i feel like this song represents so much of what it's like. The woke this thing we were talking about. Where like. I feel like what he's trying to say. Is that people ami i think he's both criticizing and also say criticizing the people who complain about it too much like a lot of dirty or saturday are like oh we're so i can't talk about how much they hate black people anymore. And it's like shut the fuck up like this is a perfect example of how you are able to just fucking still do comedy. Comedy isn't going anywhere. Hasn't gone anywhere and sincerely apologize and sincerely apologize like in the sun. He's apologizing he's it's but he's criticizing himself he's like yes my bad i fucked up. I didn't know what was doing. I was a kid and he said in interviews to. He's like yeah. I m sixteen year. Old bo is indefensible. He said that in an interview yet but also criticizing other people who are just out there being complaining and whining about it I think it. Tim heidecker from Awesome show great job. He had a comedy special recently where he just went. Outside as a character like a modern day comedian who used to be popular back in the day and like coming back and try and be complaining about comedy and and how everything's to. Pc no one understands him and he had similar vibes to that. All it's upper rancho kosovar. He gets he gets it because he's probably said i mean tim and eric show. He's probably said it's problematic. I mean i started that adult swim era problem. It was so weird that i don't think he did really be surprised if his whole bit. One of his bids was like walking on a beach with shrimp and mar in a martini. Glass like fucking the. I don't think that was meant to offend anybody. Then the next song is one of my favorites. I love to thirty because of the lights. Yes it was beautiful so using a light on him and then during the drum beats of the song he had a adm's back and he flashed his back so he gave like like moving fire like moving lights himself. It's fucking genius for so many reasons. It was incredible. I saw him flashing with the little light. And i i was just so fucking oppressed right. You're a member in school that we were told that lighting by certain people mattered and then directors actors like we act anywhere. We can do it anywhere. Do anything it's a. We don't need it far craft but it's a part of the whole picture and when done well it can be incredible loved it. Yeah love and i love that song also because it just it dealt with. I mean we recently turned thirty and.

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"heidecker" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"heidecker" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"To this episode of and i guess that's why they the blast kersee brand jeff trees producer. Jack that's miles. Thank all the calls to blues. Yeah yeah is that. who's that l. Umbro about to about to embark on his farewell tour which prompted my wife to say what. I wonder if for some way in this household. Yeah we'll be important day for me really playing daniel on loop. Yes indeed all right. Well i'm jack you're miles. Here's some things that are trending. Today he wave is trending because there's a heatwave up in the pacific northwest. Yeah i mean there's like a minor heat wave where we are but it's not like an unprecedented historic heat. Wave at this at this time and yeah the pacific southwest But yeah man portland seattle vancouver earl hitting like once in a millennial highs rate now so they call me once in a millennial high. yeah they. it's it's it's bad. I mean like in again another moment word. Were watching the earth. Move at a pace that our infrastructure. Isn't you know ready to deal with the you know. The amount of acc that has is being used is causing problems on top of the fact that a lot of people don't have air conditioning because it's so tempered thing where it's like. I don't know he. Yeah for the cold but like air conditioning. no Yeah it's a you know a lot of the things that you hear from like cable lines starting to melt or you know the the royal. Roads buckling Portland pools had to close down. I think because So many people were hitting them up and also been to a public pool man that that concrete can get pretty. Yeah pretty hot the bottom of your feet out there. It's it was also fun. I was listening to. Mpr something this morning and they were talking about it in like this like we have the most fucked up way of talking about these stories where it's like the earth is fucking killing us because we don't respect it where they're like. Yeah there's like this heat dome just parked over the north west and they're like well who put it there and like they bantered on that. I say i'm like y'all this is so fucked up just cut and then like no but seriously i mean this is part of climate change and things like that and i imagine if you're living in somewhere like this you have like older family or just in the heat yourself not being able to cool off the like i mean again. This is how this is how we're just watching this like slow motion death spiral down and kind of throwing our hands up. Not knowing what else to say. Yeah yeah. i'm just hoping that they can take a moment of solace for my heat. Wave sung headline that did up. Top because tasteful. Oh yeah bridge to the situation. Npr just has any anytime. they're laughing at each other. I feel like the jokey that they're laughing at was designed to like take a little bit of my soul away from me. Oh yeah the comedy on. Npr and there's some shows on other networks of people have told us to to check out that is similar. It's like anti comedy right but not like good anti comedy. It's like not like tim. Heidecker genius anti comedy like anti comedy like. I don't know this ain't as an listening comedy. Failure anti comedies opposite feeling. Yeah yeah anyways you know. Shout out to the gang and everybody in the pacific northwest Yeah we hope. Y'all are hanging in there but yeah this is Fuck man hopefully. Hopefully something changes at some point. I mean you're talking about that. Like adam mckay film right about how like dislike the metaphor of like what if you told everybody the world ending and nobody gave a shit. Yeah and you're and i don't. I don't yeah it's it's i just one weird thing that we don't even the media doesn't wanna put too much time on well we don't want to bum people out like if we are hang slow motion like well hold on just about just throwing our hands up if things can be done but it's not it's not one weird thing it's a lot of things it's that Apartment building it's that Landslide it's that there is that highrise tower that like caught on fire. That was perfectly predictable. And it's just like that's not the incentive and motivation and like the human brain just isn't designed to take the future seriously like everyone i feel like our world is being run by like nineteen year old dudes. Who just like. I don't know if you don't don't bum me out by making me. Think about what this means for my long-term future like we'll know that's part fuck. We're fucked so much like financial shit is just you know like the the really rich people. All they do is like are able to think about the future not really think about it but just like no that. That's the trick is to that. Their brain is tricking them into only carrying about. What's in front of them right. Wing watch is trending because this is the site that we talk about a lot. We've had some of the people from right wing watch on And youtube has permanently suspended the channel for..

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"heidecker" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"heidecker" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"We're going to go to the i l. in russell when i didn't believe i didn't believe russell when he said he didn't have an idol and samoa he and he said i was walking on thin ice and also the last one. Yeah laura is not laura merit. Mdc loses a point. I was also the last one voted off before. The samoan merge jess just that liz. Liz kim is correct so you get two points there. Mjc depend on that question and we're going to the second l. I was the first contestant of native hawaiian descent. I was the only woman to win individual immunity and samoa. I'm the only returning castaway from samoa to place higher on my second season. If you don't know me by now in my second season. I was voted out by my daughter. I m j. C laura's now was the time for laura moretz. I'm only gonna give you one point. I'll delete your get rid of your little minus thing that i wrote. Yeah and we're gonna go to the word. Hanson our enhance. I never played with russell that we do have a strong connection along with ian rosenberger before me. Jeff varner after me. I was eliminated by verbal. Vote out if you don't know me by now the age for my very well known last name. Brand enhances is correct and you get to your points. Agent hands was perhaps. This is the okay. Pets cheating wait. Can we vote. Jordan out is part of our new emerging to answer more question this new parietal. This is the final four. Okay this is the a. Oh yeah you would. I should just save this question for the next time. That rob is here because he's going to love it laugh right. This is the russell. Tony watchos and i are the only castaways to play at least three times and only get eliminated once. I was the first castaway to reach final tribal council twice on my first two seasons. I won the less yes mandate. Amanda kimmel is correct justice. Doing very law on the set up for a second. I was going to be and it's the second letter of my last name. scott. I'm not. I'm not that bad. Okay we'll see in a couple years jordan startling making things up at a certain point when i run another trivia questions okay. I was the youngest castaway to compete on redemption island in the youngest spinal. Mjc now kinda naturally and rally ten is correct is the first letter of her first name. Okay the t we all know. Russell was hidden immunity idols. I was the last soul survivor to win a season that did not have hidden idols. On heroes vs villains. I was the only previous winner now. Dizzy emerge yes. Tom westman wreck and finally vizi. I'm the z. That isn't zeke. Although i never played with russell you can play degrees of russell hands to connect us in one move through boston. Rob i played one season. Being voted out ninth and becoming the second number of the jury jury question was i should be sitting in one of your seats. I was a member of the dominant roku tribe. But both originally yes. Oh god dammit. It's not zoey zoe. So yeah point yes and you can give him the first name or the name. So he's out. A dhaka says the correct answer that question so before we go to our final game i am going to tabulate liana. Talk talk to these people little bit math to do that. Could take a while. So that's true. We should really give him just ample ample time to get through. I heard he still uses an abacus when it comes to all of this so jason. How are you feeling. How is this wish experienced band your second time on ultimate ish championship trivia. Whatever not greg. Everything over my head for the last run. I'm sitting down to third place now. But if you add your scores from last time and this time you'd be doing fabulous so rilya again emerging strategy. That's what i'm here. Sometimes you need a little bit of innovation brought in here to elevate the game or jordan. It seems like you're done counting on your fingers. How did it go. okay jason. you're correct. A you are in third place with fourteen points. You picked up on that game. You had twelve. And that's fourteen as i've been taught. Okay just you picked up ten points and you had eleven so therefore you have twenty one. You maintain your lead. You had nineteen. You picked up eleven so you have. Thirty points is thirty. Twenty one to fourteen and we're going into our last round before the final round against the honor and the good thing is for everybody. Who's not jay. This rams worth more points because you'll get four points for a correct answer. You will still just lose one for an incorrect answer. So the penalty is the same points are higher and this game is called complete the sequence. This also comes from sarah guardian. I am going to give you three items of sequence. You were going to provide the fourth in the sequence chronologically. You could buzzing anytime so you don't think on this one. You probably do have to have to hear all these things in the sequence. And i'm gonna show you how this works. The example question is richard hatch. Ethan's on and brian high-tech the answer would be christo. Chris dr dre daughtry are. Is that the one from american idol. I already wanted survivors. Darty are four male winners in a row. So richard ethan. Bryant heidecker male winters survivor. Chris was the next one chronologically. So i am going to give you three items on the list. You can't just give any other item that fits that list. You have to give the one. That comes next chronologically based on their season of survivor. I don't know if this is a question that's gonna come up but a survivor cambodia. Though well happened after kurrajong in the in the show's candidate is before koran chronologically. Thirty one season thirty one before the season. Thirty two even though it really wasn't up but for the purposes of this time it was is that makes sense. I understand it intellectually. I sure question mark. yes. And here's what i'm going to do so as i said i'm gonna give you four points for a correct so you don't have to tell me why i will tell you why or i will ask me why but it won't actually be your bags. Replay tell why yes. I never wanna hear you say equi- jordan just wants it that way. I want it that way. Yes all right. So let's go. Let's start so i by the way. Sometimes it'll be season. Sometimes it'll be named. We're going to start with one that is survivor seasons. And i'm going to give you thailand. The amazon pearl islands. yeah authors allstars is correct as an.

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"heidecker" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"heidecker" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

"You nailed it all right. There are other acceptable answers. What else what else. i mean it was a big fan of george carlin. Her am a big fan of george carlin Absolutely i don't know if he's not necessarily stand up guy nathan fielder. He does a show nathan for you. He's love his comedy. He's funny dude. Yeah he's very. I like tim. Heidecker and eric wartime get him out to all right. Just got shot listening heidecker. If you're listening reach out to jamie hokey in. He's probably playing near you because he's going to be on six or seven teams in the next year. One of them the guy to be near y'all so yeah exactly You wrote a great blog. Post not too long ago A great one called. I didn't want to be genuine on instagram. but then i accidentally became a parody of myself. You're a good writer but can you. Can you talk a little bit about the feelings behind that post. Because i found that they're super resonant. Yeah no i think. I just i definitely have a side of me that kind of like puts on a show i think and i think we all do to some extent i kinda liked playing the little bit of like the oddball antagonists on instagram. And that kind of thing just putting like a different persona out. They're kind of like a parody of myself but Yeah definitely is funny. Say that's why we're talking about comedy because if you're doing all that i'm like this is this is funny especially for like a baseball guy. All these assumptions right. Yeah way up the stereotypes of that. Like the yeah. I think that was interesting. Because it taught me to like be able to balance the genuine side of yourself with the act that you kind of portray to other people and it was definitely a weird kind of a social experiment. If i want to call it that or whatever just just it definitely mess with my psyche. A little bit or not messed but rearrange things and caused me to kind of do some more people reflection and self valuation about that so really got me thinking about these. Most of us do we had these curated. Social media is right. Yeah and they're also off an act as protective shells. You don't wanna put your real self out there nakedly all the time. That's just not what most of us feel like doing. Other a lotta people will put out a version of what seems i kinda authentic self. There's like this practice. Authenticity which is a whole different conversation. But so it felt like when i was reading your blog. Post your poke in your turtle head out a little bit from the shell and then you even reference in there. yeah. I'm making this reflection right now but i'm going right back into the shell. I'm going to be right back in there. And that's the kind of like the The the catch twenty two admitting that it's that your that it's stick. Yeah but then saying yeah. But you know doesn't mean i'm nick. I think the self awareness is definitely huge but just making sure your genu- if anyone else wants to make a parody of themselves on instagram. Just make a point to be genuine and your real life people and not just get too caught up in the excitement of joking around..

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"heidecker" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"heidecker" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"I mean as as these cool. I think as i really respect the show. Yeah was eric wear high marred kinda fun last night really like that. Maybe like tim heidecker i. I think that would be fun for you to interview him. I don't know he's all over the place. I've reached out. Yeah that guy is a prolific paulie. Because he is he. You're right he is all over the place. I think he's got a new show with the guy from portlandia john. C reilly fred armisen. Yes i don't know who the other person is sorry Oh i thought it was. Just those two and tim is it. I thought there was a fourth. That's okay on now during the past. Yeah obviously but yeah and he's also a musician like yes yes. He has that album where it shows his face with a little teardrop coming out. Yeah he has a few albums He also does some political stuff with his music and then he also released like a mockumentary of him running for government City council or something small but He's he's very interesting i yeah. I think his mind could be very fun to unravel. But i don't know agreed. That's a good one. Let's go on all right. well fran. We're going to get into the advice portion of this podcast. But before we do i want to ask you a good advice giver. I'm grading giving advice. But i am okay. It taking it okay. Well hey you know what it takes guts to admit that yeah. I love to help people with their problems. But you know as soon as mine. I like to help. Because i'm not focusing on line so i can give great advice. But that's yeah fair fair so you go over to the other person's house and you tell them that they need new bedsheets. Meanwhile across the street your house is on fire. Exactly don't wanna think about it. No no. I don't wanna think about it. Well good good well. I'm glad you're qualified to give some great advice. We're we're going to get into it but before we do. I like to get us inspired with an inspirational quote. Now before i give them my quote i like to ask my guests do they have any inspirational quotes that they have locked deep inside their heart that they open up for those dark days and they just let it flutter to help them have a better day. Are there any Inspiring boats that. They've.

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"heidecker" Discussed on Brunch

Brunch

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"heidecker" Discussed on Brunch

"He's been he's been perfecting like making this joke so terrible. So I was I did the thing do you ever do and like you show someone something and they're like, yes, I showed you that. Yeah, that's what that was. I was like yo check this out. He he'd been doing the Coke vs. Pepsi joke for like a million years. Look at all these videos and he was like God it was like the like the the the only communication I had with you like the last year was like me saying hey, this is him doing that. But I watch those videos of him and perfecting the Coke or Pepsi joke. It's the best love it love Pete. We laugh at you can't do that for cough. Yeah, we laugh at that you have a lot we laugh at a time. You know what I've enjoyed my an evening with Tim Heidecker experience. There's two people Shane in my cousin who agree. It's very very funny. Everybody else has given me very much. I tried to watch it because you really wanted me to do it but like you're a little too obsessed why it again watch it again, sir, but nothing with nothing good in that movie stunk this past year. Yeah. So we were going to do like a a year in review episode because we do that at the end of every year we make a big episode where like two 2020 year in review. Yeah. We did the past two years. I remember we do like most handsome man of the year we who cares this year. That's the thing. I couldn't bring myself to finish like my I do like best of 2020 playlist. Yeah, I couldn't. Yeah, it's just it's now then now is bad. Everything is bad best songs though overlord by Dirty Projectors, uh To Us by Father John Misty. I liked the the Southside by houndmouth. That was a great song off the EP they put out but they didn't put it out on Spotify so I can only listen to it in band camp and stuff. This is a big dog. Bandcamp very big year for bandcamp don't know if they made any money, but they homemade artists money. So very cool and Paul Samuel dolman on brunch. That was a good thing, I got on brunch. I was a good thing. I lost a bunch of weight that I had gained in 2020 and have since put back on in 2020 so hot tub it a lot of positives wage you go you have any positives Pete we moved into the house now moved in together. That was nice. That was you did that. You're like I moved into a house dog. Like I think the big thing there was like you moved in with Ellen. Yeah both but mostly me or like but it was like quarantine wise it was the house. Yeah. I didn't want to be stuck in a garden-level apartment for another quarantine to which was great has been great for me this year..

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Meaningful Sport With Dr Emily Ryall

Physical Activity Researcher

04:43 min | 2 years ago

Meaningful Sport With Dr Emily Ryall

"Sport in today's episode. We will explore the questions concerning the role of technology and sport. Technologies are not just neutral things or equipment but they can have a significant influence on the values. We ascribe sport and even whether and how we find sport meaningful does technology make sport more inclusive more safe and more fair or can there be some adverse effects as well artists. Some good uses bud uses of technology and very delighted to have dr. emily royal helping us tackle these questions. Today this is the second episode with emily. And if you listen to the first episode already you will know that we have somewhat accidentally ended up discussing some of these issues already. Such as runners obsession with their. Gps will chase and counting steps and and that kind of things. So i'm i'm very excited to learn more about this topic and and hope you ought to to introduce august. Emily's reader in applied philosophy at the university of cross the and she has written extensively philosophical and ethical issues in sport. Welcome to the podcast again. Emily i'm really delighted to have you discussing this topic with me today. Thank you i think. Last time it was quite interesting the discussions that we are delving delving on in terms of technology and how it's so common and we have various types of technologies in sport. Helping us helping us do that. And as critical scholars point thou- technologies not just kind of neutral equipment the neutral aids but can also change our relationship with sport. Perhaps we can start exploring that the little bit and you can share us a bit about your own thinking and and what kind of work you have done in this area. Thanks i mean. I'm fascinated by technology and sport. I think sport is inherently a technological. And i always tend to steal some of my classes by asking students to think of a spore that doesn't require any technology and they usually get stumped had one. I had one suggestion wants of arm. Wrestling doesn't involve any technology. But i suppose if you think about the tabo that's required to all so then that could be considered a full technology so it's really hard to thing. Cassini that doesn't use technology even is most kind of basic so even even cut a running you. You'd think about the technology of footwear. I think oto certainly thinking about sports rather than exercise so you can you could in theory run a in bare feet in naked But the only way that you could judges to you know you time will distance would be using a a a measuring device or a stop watch so sport as a competitive exercise requires some forward technology. And i and. I think that's going to start with a question about well. What you mean by technology because i said earlier i said what you think of the table that used an arm wrestling. That's to form of technology Technology self exposes quite difficult to define. So you can. You can think of technologies komo things artifacts That help you or neighbor you to do something So that things the have specifically designed to solve a particular problems and normally let me think about technology we think about core advanced technology but actually technology can be very basic so it can be using a stick to push abboud around So technology count encompass a whole of wide range of of different types of things I think is also. I quite like thinking of technology. As was kind of attitude that we have towards the world and As a as a philosopher martin heidecker and he talked about the technological attitude and that's to me it's kind of an inherently human wave thinking about the road. It's a way of looking around us and looking at things in the world. and how can we. How can we use them for a benefit. So i think as humans were inherently technological creatures because of the way that we we view our the way that we look at our world the way that we divide up into different elements that can be used for our purposes. So i quite like the way of thinking about technology is an attitude as well as some artifacts or stuff that we can touch and hold. You mentioned a work

Tim Heidecker Isn't Really 'Brokenhearted'

The Frame

07:42 min | 4 years ago

Tim Heidecker Isn't Really 'Brokenhearted'

"From them on broadcast center at KPCC. This is the frame. I'm John horn on today show, the former head of the California film commission on how she fought to keep moviemaking in the Golden State, then comedian and musician, Tim Heidegger has a new album of heartbreak songs. It was inspired by his online. Trolls smoothing can be pretty creative. And one of the things they did was manufacturer up these divorce papers that, that spreading this rumor that my wife left me because I'm such a, you know, weak-minded lip tart, and why are so many movies and TV shows being turned into live stage shows. Are you ready for the empire strips back all that coming up on the frame? Welcome to the frame. I'm John horn. The California film commission is the government office that supports filming in the state and that includes everything from blockbuster movies to commercials. Earlier this month, we found out. It's getting a new executive director, the position is appointed by the governor and Gavin Newsom has decided he wants to pick someone new, the outgoing director Amy lunch had the job for fifteen years during her tenure. She started the state's tax credit program to keep film and TV production from leaving California. I asked Amy about her background as a movie producer before she was hired to head the film commission. There never been anyone in this position as executive director of the California film commission who had a production background and they really did want that. So coming in, I certainly had to learn, Sacramento state government legislation tax codes, but at least the production side, and you're stand what their needs are. And most importantly, the time constraints and, and I think that the. Industry that I'd be talking to understood that I understood what what they're going through. So the film office in any state is looking at a couple of different things. And one is what you're describing. That is here's how we can help you get permits. But you're doing that against a backdrop where other people other countries other states are offering incentives, and it could be British Columbia could be London, it could be New York could be Georgia. So how do those two things compete because one thing is just like making production easier and the second one is competing with other areas of the country and around the world that are giving filmmakers money to leave the state, right? Well, so first of all, you could give all the tax credits and rebates you want, but is equally important to have a as we say film friendly environment, so that people can get their locations. They can turn around their permits quickly. They can close streets when they need to we can shut down a freeway if they need to do a big scene. So that is. Again, as equally important. But I will say when I started in two thousand four incentives were sort of just beginning to grow. We didn't get ours till two thousand nine and we were for five years, the underdog, every producer said we wanna film, in California, but we gotta go, where we can stretch our dollars. So when you are having conversations with people in government about why it's important to keep production in the state as opposed to leaving to go somewhere else. What are the kinds of changes in attitude, that you have to get people to embrace because you're up against a couple of different things. One is it's Hollywood. Why wouldn't people wanna shoot here? And the other one is what is the return on investment? So how do you get people to start taking a new way about why? It's actually economically important to keep people working in the state of California are achilles. Heel was it's, it's Hollywood, California isn't everybody here, anyway. What's the problem? I think one of the reasons why it took us until two thousand nine we had to hit rock bottom, and we were tracking. How many productions were leaving the state to be able to demonstrate now they're not staying, and if we want to retain our signature industry, we have to step up and do something. And one of the kickers was do you remember ugly Betty, which picked up and moved to New York that had shot here for three seasons. I think they were here for two or three for for them to shoot a New York that in Hollywood and picked up and move. Moved to New York and that actually really helped demonstrate what we're talking about. Because an a production that might be spending sixty eighty ninety million dollars in one season is a lot of money to lose rethink about Hollywood, and southern California's being kind of the hub of production in the state, and while that is true. There's production all over the state of California. I'm thinking about lady bird, which was shot in and around Sacramento, not far from where you are working, how important is film production across the state in terms of local economies, and local film, offices that are trying to attract production. It's a great question, because it was such an important part of the effort, that this is not just an LA issue. There's legislators from all over the state. What do they care in Fresno or Humboldt county about Hollywood? And it was critical that they understood that productions do travel around the state, and when they do they spend a lot of money locally in a local community and hotels and restaurants and purchases, and whatever they're doing even if they're not hiring crew there and we did have production shoot. Up in humble, and we had production shoot in Fresno in San Francisco and San Diego. So that was a big part of the push. How does the state benefit beyond the obvious in terms of economic contribution is there some intangible benefit that the state has beyond, you know, the tax numbers? I certainly think there are an, it's all those support businesses that people don't talk about a lot and it's not just like the prop house or a wardrobe rental place. It could be something like a florist who does flower arrangements for a wedding scene. A production can use. We've counted this about a thousand different vendors on one production. So those are all reaping the benefit of that, whatever fifty sixty seventy million dollars spending the other thing that's happening as we speak is there's a big debate about Georgia and about what's happening in that state over. It's very restrictive abortion laws when you think about the political power that Hollywood has, and the way that plays into politics. It's a very complicated issue. Hugh. But you have some thoughts about whether or not the industry, should use its the cloud of its money to talk about policies in states, where productions might be going so speaking in my now unofficial capacity. I'm watching Georgia very, very carefully. I don't know that it's appropriate for people from out of state to be dictating policy for another place, where they don't actually live. However, I do think that, you know, you can put your money where your mouth is or not put your money where you don't agree with particular policies. So we'll have to see how that plays out. You were the longest serving film Commissioner in state history. Your successor has yet to be appointed. What advice would you give him or her that maybe you didn't get when you started that you think is critical to understanding how to do this job? I don't know if this person's going to come in having a production background, but I would say, you know, listening to your constituents if you will, and me. Meeting with as many people as you possibly can to get a sense of where the problems are where, where you need to solve problems. That's essentially what we do all day long. Amy great to see you. Congratulations on your amazing term. Thank you so much. Coming up on the frame actor. And comedian Tim Hydrocare has a new album, and it's an inside joke response to his Trump trolls.

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