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Live updates: Biden joins other world leaders at reception
"As more and more foreign dignitaries arrive in London ahead of the queen's state funeral many of them went to pay their respects to the late monarch President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden were among thousands of mourners to enter Westminster hall where the queen's coffin lay in state Biden made the sign of the cross and put his hand to his heart as he stood quietly by her caskets as he signed the queen's book of condolences the president told reporters how he felt about her as a person Decent honorable And all about service He even said she reminded him of his own mother She had that look like are you okay Anything I can do for you what do you need And then also make sure you do what you're supposed to do Other dignitaries to sign the book were Israeli president Isaac Herzog was truly majestic and she truly personified the world the word majesty Canadian president Justin Trudeau said he remembered her as a child I first met her majesty when I was 7 years old and her presence throughout my life had been constant inspiring and graceful Karen Chammas London
Biden arrives in Mideast jittery about Iran nuclear program
"President Biden has arrived in the Middle East for the first time since taking office Welcome to Israel our brother Joseph The president was greeted in Tel Aviv by among others Israeli counterpart Isaac Herzog before noting what he calls a stronger than ever relationship between the two nations Bone deep The president says he has a full agenda the next few days in a region full of challenges and opportunities Greater pace greater stability greater connection He did not mention one of the trips biggest goals assuring Israeli and Saudi officials that the U.S. remains committed to keeping Iran from becoming a nuclear power His administration though is becoming increasingly pessimistic about resurrecting the deal to stop that from happening Sagar Meghani Washington
"herzog" Discussed on NPR's Book of the Day
"It's a work of fiction based on the real story of a man who built his reality out of a fictional story. Herzog and I discussed how similar it is to the kinds of stories Herzog has told throughout his decades long career. Whether you're creating films or books or operas, you so often zero in on characters like onoda, who are kind of single minded in their pursuit of a belief, they are quick sodic there in extreme situations. And so when you said I want to meet onoda, did any part of your brain think, because he is a Herzog and character, he's the kind of person who I've spent my life thinking and writing and creating about. No, of course not. I'm not planning that way. Things come with me with a certain vehement. And then they are and I don't question much and I go directly for the very hardcore of the story. And this is why I met onoda quite a few times. And we immediately had a rapport because I had been in the jungle under difficult circumstances for something entirely different, of course. Do you mean for filmmaking? Yes, right. For example, area Fitzgerald a way to move a 360 ton steamship over a mountain in the journey that was pretty wild. And he immediately noticed to me and acknowledged there was something I must have gone through as well. But of course you can't compare what action and doing a movie that would be silly. In the book you write that you say, I had worked under difficult conditions in the jungle myself and could ask him questions that no one else had asked him. Like what, what were those questions? For example, the idea of time that in the jungle sometimes time does not occur. And they meant a drop of water drips down from a badana front to the ground and 5 months suddenly have passed. It goes in convulsions. You write about this so beautifully. You say a night bird shrieks and a year passes. A fat drop of water on the waxy leaf of a banana plant glistens briefly in the sun and another year is gone. Thank you for correcting me. It's just you're reading from the very text and I like that you do it because people think this is only some sort of part of my filmmaking. No, it's literature. Always been a writer from the very earliest days on oh no does story is well-known, particularly in Japan, and he's often treated as a metaphor for blind loyalty or for disconnection from reality. As somebody who met and is writing about a real flesh and blood person, how do you balance the allegory with the nuanced three dimensional human that he was? Well, there was so much evidence for him that he accumulated that it's almost almost like a religious belief system that he created and we have to ask ourselves how do we believe into, let's say, the belief systems of crazy sect, people do believe in it and they live their lives according to the dogma. You're saying his far fetched beliefs may not actually have been that more extreme or disconnected from reality than the far fetched beliefs that millions of people subscribe to today. I would say yes and of course, since it was a fictitious war, I am asking myself how much of a fiction do I live myself in my life and of course we all do. We are performative. We are bound by cultural norms.
"herzog" Discussed on NPR's Book of the Day
"Renowned filmmaker Werner Herzog has published his first novel, and the story behind it starts in 1997. Herzog was in Tokyo to direct an opera, and his hosts informed him that the Japanese emperor might be open to meeting him. When this was reported to me I said to my Japanese Friends for God's sake, it will be only for a boulet and pleasantries in order real conversation. I shouldn't do it a private audience with the emperor is an enormous honor, and Herzog knew instantly that he'd committed a massive faux pas. It was so embarrassing that there was silent silent silence. And then somebody asked into the silence whom else, if not the emperor, would you like to meet in Japan? And I said, oh no da and they ask, I'm not honored and I said, yeah, here go onoda hero onoda was an icon in Japan. An officer in the Imperial Japanese Army with a story stranger than fiction. He was the last soldier to surrender 29 years after the end of the Second World War. In late 1944, onoda was stationed on a small island in the Philippines, when the Japanese Army evacuated onoda was ordered to stay and fight. And so when the Japanese surrendered in 1945, here just offshore from bloody Okinawa, the town number one, carrying part of the Japanese surrender delegation onoda's private war went on for 29 years he waged a guerrilla campaign from the jungle, first with a few other soldiers and ultimately on his own. He stole food from local villagers, he killed civilians and fought gun battles with police officers he believed were enemy agents. And he resisted all attempts to convince him of the truth. Leaflets dropped from planes, copies of current newspapers, even a personal appeal from his own brother. Onoda was sure they were all fabricated enemy propaganda. His story so big, very, very few stories that we have in our cultural history like let's say some dark or Hugo honora or a few more and that's about it. And so nearly 20 years after their meeting in Japan, Werner Herzog turned onoda's story into a novel called the Twilight world.
"herzog" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk
"Comedian and the Italian python, Noel W Herzog. Wow, I got the Herzog today. You got the Herzog. Too, by the way now. I love that. I do. Some people are like, you know, I don't know. A cabbage on Instagram. Like they pick anything. Right. But I picked a comedian. I'm glad you're not a cabbage. You should have put python. Shout out to Shannon Lee. Hi Shannon. We love Shannon, Shannon's been a guest on the show many times. And she's a good friend of ours, and oh, and this week is her birthday, too. Happy birthday, shani, who? Oh, shit. It's a big one. I'm not gonna say what it is, but it's a big one. Is it? It is. I wonder. Now I gotta look it up. I don't think you wonder. Well, here's the thing. It's gotta be the same as my business. It's the same way. I thought so. Well, because I didn't know if she was, I didn't know if it was gonna be a 5 at the time. Okay. Yeah, yeah. That's all. It's a no walling. Thanks for Noelle Shannon. We love you. We do love you. Also, Shannon texted us Shannon is a producer over a gas digital. And she was like, okay, I laughed when you guys called Noel. Yeah, June 9th is her birthday. So happy early birthday. Happy early birthday. We love yolks. We're gonna do it again next week. We're gonna do it every week I told you every week. So she was like, the Italian python thing made me laugh. Very funny. Yes. She is a producer at gas digital network. She produces for the Puerto Rican rattlesnake. So she does. We were talking about her and the Victoria's Secret park and left the other day. We were talking about how much we love Shannon. So randomly. We were Shannon come back and the body. We need to know what you think about this. Horrible season that we're watching. But seriously. We're all in it together. We're all here together. Guys, we could get through it and then it's over. We're going to get through it. If you guys just get through it. If you want.
UAE intercepts Yemen missile as Israeli president visits
"Authorities authorities authorities authorities say say say say the the the the United United United United Arab Arab Arab Arab Emirates Emirates Emirates Emirates has has has has intercepted intercepted intercepted intercepted a a a a ballistic ballistic ballistic ballistic missile missile missile missile fired fired fired fired by by by by Yemen's Yemen's Yemen's Yemen's Hootie Hootie Hootie Hootie rebels rebels rebels rebels as as as as the the the the Israeli Israeli Israeli Israeli president president president president Isaac Isaac Isaac Isaac Herzog Herzog Herzog Herzog visits visits visits visits the the the the country country country country the the the the attack attack attack attack the the the the third third third third such such such such incident incident incident incident in in in in as as as as many many many many weeks weeks weeks weeks fuels fuels fuels fuels ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing tensions tensions tensions tensions in in in in the the the the White White White White a a a a Persian Persian Persian Persian Gulf Gulf Gulf Gulf Hootie's Hootie's Hootie's Hootie's say say say say they're they're they're they're targeting targeting targeting targeting sensitive sensitive sensitive sensitive sites sites sites sites in in in in Abu Abu Abu Abu Dhabi Dhabi Dhabi Dhabi and and and and Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai with with with with both both both both ballistic ballistic ballistic ballistic missiles missiles missiles missiles and and and and drones drones drones drones without without without without offering offering offering offering evidence evidence evidence evidence for for for for their their their their assertions assertions assertions assertions the the the the attacks attacks attacks attacks pose pose pose pose a a a a major major major major challenge challenge challenge challenge for for for for the the the the Emirates Emirates Emirates Emirates which which which which advertises advertises advertises advertises itself itself itself itself to to to to international international international international businesses businesses businesses businesses as as as as a a a a safe safe safe safe corner corner corner corner otherwise otherwise otherwise otherwise dangerous dangerous dangerous dangerous neighborhood neighborhood neighborhood neighborhood that's that's that's that's okay okay okay okay Israel's Israel's Israel's Israel's largely largely largely largely ceremonial ceremonial ceremonial ceremonial president president president president is is is is in in in in the the the the UAE UAE UAE UAE for for for for the the the the first first first first official official official official visit visit visit visit by by by by an an an an Israeli Israeli Israeli Israeli head head head head of of of of state state state state to to to to the the the the Gulf Gulf Gulf Gulf Arab Arab Arab Arab nations nations nations nations I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles last last last last month month month month
Israel president on 1st visit to UAE amid regional tension
"Israel's Israel's Israel's Israel's president president president president has has has has made made made made the the the the first first first first official official official official visit visit visit visit to to to to the the the the United United United United Arab Arab Arab Arab Emirates Emirates Emirates Emirates by by by by an an an an Israeli Israeli Israeli Israeli head head head head of of of of state's state's state's state's a a a a royal royal royal royal welcome welcome welcome welcome greeted greeted greeted greeted the the the the Israeli Israeli Israeli Israeli leader leader leader leader at at at at the the the the crown crown crown crown prince's prince's prince's prince's palace palace palace palace with with with with the the the the Israeli Israeli Israeli Israeli national national national national anthem anthem anthem anthem blaring blaring blaring blaring in in in in a a a a twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one gun gun gun gun salute salute salute salute during during during during the the the the visit visit visit visit by by by by president president president president Isaac Isaac Isaac Isaac Herzog Herzog Herzog Herzog is is is is the the the the latest latest latest latest sign sign sign sign of of of of deepening deepening deepening deepening ties ties ties ties between between between between the the the the two two two two nations nations nations nations as as as as tensions tensions tensions tensions rise rise rise rise in in in in the the the the region region region region the the the the UAE UAE UAE UAE in in in in Israel Israel Israel Israel normalized normalized normalized normalized relations relations relations relations in in in in twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty after after after after a a a a series series series series of of of of U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. broken broken broken broken diplomatic diplomatic diplomatic diplomatic deals deals deals deals between between between between Israel Israel Israel Israel and and and and several several several several Arab Arab Arab Arab states states states states many many many many of of of of the the the the Arab Arab Arab Arab nations nations nations nations had had had had previously previously previously previously avoided avoided avoided avoided formal formal formal formal relations relations relations relations with with with with Israel Israel Israel Israel over over over over its its its its decades decades decades decades old old old old conflict conflict conflict conflict with with with with the the the the Palestinians Palestinians Palestinians Palestinians after after after after two two two two hours hours hours hours of of of of talks talks talks talks the the the the president president president president urged urged urged urged all all all all countries countries countries countries in in in in the the the the region region region region to to to to recognize recognize recognize recognize Israel Israel Israel Israel is is is is especially especially especially especially set set set set on on on on this this this this the the the vision vision vision and and and frame frame frame resistor resistor resistor based based based I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas
"herzog" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin
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We were paying premiums for toilet. Paper hand sanitizers soap all sorts of products that formerly toted consistent price tags with these changes in price. A new market for fakes was born. People started selling phony hand. Sanitizer fake and ninety five masks and more. These fakes are much more troubling. Of course than your standard fake designer purse because this new wave of fakes were promising to keep people healthy. Not just trendy. This new corner of the black market has opened up a can of worms for us consumers and now more than ever people are asking more questions about their consumer rights. And they should. What can we expect from the companies were buying from. How do we actually spot fakes to help me find answers to all of these questions. I called up my friend. He the herzog up premier expert in the retail industry is so if we step back and look at the black market. That's essentially counterfeit items writes a which products are most commonly counterfeited most commonly counterfeited items. Shockingly are things that you use every day so Baby formula if you believe. I mean these are household products detergent You know. I think people think that it's It's computers which are certainly counterfeit and handbags. ray. We i'm sure we all have friends that cure on bake handbags. And i certainly do and i always tell them yo. Do you know what that's funding. And no one. No one cares which is sad because it we're seeing this political crisis happened in afghanistan right now and you know twenty. You know this. This has been going on for twenty years and even ten years ago when the taliban was a organization that was trying to Obtain political power at trying to they basically if you look at it from the financial crisis on right. The taliban like any other Other political regime was running out of money. There was a global economic crisis and so the way that Holly bod and other it will now that they are rebel. Their government organization. Right there now head of afghanistan but at the time Be were considered a terrorist organization. The way that they were getting funded were through these illicit ways so selling poppies drugs You know human trafficking and of course selling stolen and counterfeit items so So that's where i mean. People don't even think about that and that's a big. That's that's what. I researched my book but then We have like even even more local things like you know. Local local criminals are using eight. Roy innis doors stealing stuff or purchasing counterfeit and selling that to to fund You know terrible things. So that's why we should all be kind of concerned about you know Seems kind of silly every wants to get a deal on merchandise but we really have to be careful what we buy. So what is it funding. God i mean. Let's run the gamut. Think of anything bad that you could imagine and counterfeit and stolen merchandise. Probably funding it so Human trafficking Drug cartels it a terrorist cells a my book focused on. It's done these terrorist cells. That were coming out of Of the tri-border region of south america and also in like kind of upper pakistan area as you're getting close to the border of afghanistan but not to sound alarmist. But i mean. I think those are the three main things which are pretty bad. I mean Drug cartels human trafficking mito terrorist organizations. I wouldn't wanna buy stolen items. If i knew that that's what that was funding. But how do you counterfeit laundry detergent well. Laundry detergent is shockingly expensive. If you think about it. I mean when you go to the you. Don't think about it because you need laundry detergent. Obviously or maybe. You're one of those celebrities in hollywood. That doesn't necessarily take baths or maybe they've been wash their clothes. But i know. Because i have two kids and a husband. That sweats a lot We go through laundry detergent a lot so it costs a time. You know one of those. I don't know thirty. Two ounce bottles are somewhere between fifteen to twelve to fifteen dollars. If you're using coupons or not so because that price markup is relatively high it it's target that people want to counterfeit so We'll use the same packaging but then they'll change the formula and It'll maybe it's like a different mix of of li- Or a different mix of You know coloring with lita lita like i dunno dishwashing soap or something and and then they'll put it in those in those up in that packaging and then they'll sell it on a a site where it we're all trying to save money right That's kind of what i mean. Who doesn't want to save money. I mean people probably listening to this podcast wanting to know how they can save money so in ways to make their money health better but So they target those people that want to save a bug and again who doesn't want to but but it's not worth it so if you see tied on a site or even a you know a store or I don't know if anyone's buying You know actually nicole. You used to live in new york. Do you remember when you would go out on the street and you would see You know like makeup vendors people would be selling mac makeup. And you're like oh cool. Mac makeup five. You know shadows for ten dollars. Yo that's fake. Yeah what. I'm shook i. It was just like the like product.
"herzog" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"Many marathons. If you don't love it you know i. It's interesting because i love the training. Training is my favorite part about american the months and weeks leading up to it on the structure of the the organized routine adopt and go through the friends that i run with it becomes very social and community based for me with the people i trained with new york whether to brooklyn truck-level cloud. We you know you kinda bond together that way and then the race itself. Yeah it's fun and you kinda carry yourself through on adrenaline. But the race itself isn't the best part of the marathon truly okay so i know that i've told you this but the last time that you are on the show my dm's could not handle it. Because i got so many messages and granted. It is rare that i have been on the show but you were here and i could not keep up with the number of women who sent me messages. Being like is yosef single. I love him Do you have any messages for all the ladies listening today. Who are probably going to send me more of those messages. Like any any updates. Anything they should know. Where were those the ends i. I sent you screen shots. I totally set you screen shots and then i felt creepy so i probably stopped hurt. Anybody i mean just looking for the right person all right Joseph stems are open. I don't know are they like. Philip embraced now blushing through the computer. I will screen shot and send you any messages irish yosef. I love getting to talk to you. I think that your job and your life or so cool. I'm so grateful that you're always willing to share so much of it with me through. Gm's and on the show here. So thank you so much for doing this. And i hope you get to go to bed soon. It's three forty seven pm. I feel like what time you going to bed today. Stay up 'til alantheia each night this first week but i just want to say i am. I'm lucky i. It's not lost me every day that i'm lucky to do the job i have so you know in the words vastly the sisters. My god wow. That was amazing ios f. You're a dream. i have loved this. Thank you so much for coming back on the shell. I hope that we get to do it again some day in person next time. Because we're doing awesome. Thank you so much you have to promise. You'll wear your tokyo souvenir we do impersonal stop. I feel like you're not real with that when you message me being like. I have a tokyo souvenir. I don't think that that's real but i do still have. I still have anti little today. Show onesie so you know. We're we're big fans around here is you. You're the best. Thank you so much joost have so we talked for forty five minutes on the record and then we ended up spending another five minutes talking offline and rookie mistake. I should not have stopped recording because yosef had so many more goods stories that we didn't even get to so i promise will bring him back and love him share those next time right after he gets that be cue which i absolutely believe he can do now. If you love this episode share. It spread the word tele friend about it and consider leaving a rating and review for the alley on the run. Show on itunes or apple podcasts. You can find me on instagram and twitter at alley on the run one and in the alley on the run show. Best running friends facebook group. If you want even more from the alley on the run show come. Check me out on patriot. Go to patriot on dot com slash alley on the run and take around. I put out multiple bonus episodes there every month. They're unedited unfiltered ad free and exclusive for patriots supporters. Finally big. thank you to you can for supporting this series. You can dot co slash alley and use code alley for twenty percent off all right. Let's have a great week and thank you for joining me on the run..
"herzog" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"And finally you're like i gotta get this fixed so it could be Immediate in acute just from stepping off the curb or twisting your knee the wrong way our for basketball and soccer players. It's more likely since they hit with your which runners as we know. Don't do so much run in straight lines for in giant circles. Without getting into my. My injury is re too much. 'cause it is not interesting I had taken a break from running last january to deal with something else and during that time the pain kind of crept up and while i was dealing with nights to my doctor like okay. I know i have this current injury but my knees hurting music mandatory about it. Let's deal with one at a time and the kind of became the injury and eventually got mri any diagnosed. It as a medial meniscus tear that had been there for a while and had become symptomatic which i thought was interesting so had clearly been increasing for some time Over the years from running where teheran got to a point where as he described it to me. Since there's no blood flow in the knee won't kill on. Its own so you can either manage it with some attend peachy and hope that it's not a going to become symptomatic anymore. And many athletes do live with Tears within are not repair or if the doesn't work than he said you'll need surgery to go back to your normal life style that you're accustomed to and ultimately that became the option that we had to take so it was unfortunate but i'm glad that i had a talented surgeon leaks it for me In kind of guide me through the process. So i'm hoping that it's behind me so i know like we've said you know you've been doing this sort of I don't even know if hybrid is the right word but on today you haven't for the most part for a long time. There was no studio audience. Know people on the plaza. Now we see some people out there. But i wanna know how it feels for you. Are you like itching to get those big crowds back. Are you like now. This is good. this is comfortable. Where are you at with where things stand now. And what's your hope for the future of the show. I mean the crowd provides in energy like no other. And the anchors the crew we all feed off and it's great to be back on the plaza when we have concerts segments outside with the crowd Your without it. It was definitely noticeable. So it's it's nice to have them back and everything's done Along the guidelines of of nbc. And what we are allowed to do within the city in the state of new york so everyone in the crowd is vaccinated at something. That's determined when they check in something that's required to be part of our plaza crowd. Personally i trust the science Welcome crowds back. As long as the shows haven't been back on game for rent are so what's coming up on the show that you're excited about any any concerts guests. What are you looking forward to. Well funny thing about the way. Our show is booked is sometimes guests are far out and sometimes in short term. And you know unless i really died deep into my emails might actually out the morning six Surprised to hear so. I take a day by day like sometimes we have big events like we had a nickle concert before we went to tokyo. We knew about that one coming up for a while so that was pretty exciting to look for to so in general. I'm just looking forward to having More concerts outside again just getting back to normal a bit and then you know because of the delayed schedule. We're coming right up on another olympics. Twenty twenty two in beijing is the hope that you'll be there on the show goes in. I hope i'll be there. Which do you prefer. Summer or winter olympics super. Yeah obviously rousson. General took will eat notwithstanding definitely prefer summer olympics. Yeah i mean. I couldn't even. I went for a run this morning and like a jog. let's not. I'm not giving myself any credit here. It was a slog and it was. It was very hot and humid here. Today in new hampshire and i was walking for of it and i had a moment where i wasn't even trying and i was like what would molly seidel do and i was like. I should pick it up and run right now. But i'm not at the olympics so i'm gonna keep walking I just can't imagine the heat and humidity and to you know. Forget running a marathon to be there with an entire leg. Brace on on your feet. Fresh off surgery. I give you a lot of credit for surviving. The two weeks in tokyo. Who thinks it's funny because no matter what the temperature is at home. I'm usually just more comfortable working in jeans at work especially because studios pretty cool with air conditioning. But he wanted to go outside. But once i had that leg brace out i tried it out when i went back to work for a few days where i wear the brace over my jeans and i've never been more uncomfortable my life and was are you're gonna need to get some some sort of work shorts for thanksgiving week norway. I'm wearing jeans or pants in tokyo. So i got these creatures in warm day was graham's Felt a little out of sorts with myself. It's not my through fashion shows for not running. Let's put it out well as you are on your road to recovery and as you're cleared for light jogging you know what you should do is you should join our roker. Who's been crushing it in central park. I don't know if you follow him on his updates. our great he's crushing it. I love it. He's he's really crushing people. Don't don't remember but al crushed new york city marathon. Also you know. He's he's no stranger to distance running gag into So cool do i do it. Yeah i used to see him running in central park all the time. When i i moved to new york and i would freak out like that to me. Was the ultimate celebrity sighting. And i i mean. I know i've told you this like i don't care that much about celebrities but newscasters. I'm like oh my god hi. This is so cool. Like cannot contain myself around. Craig melvin. noce so yes Your your colleagues are my celebrities. We're good team unfortunate. You do all right so as you are as we're talking about the future and what's to come. You mentioned that big. Bq goal that we know we'll get pushed a little bit. But i wanna know big picture. What are your biggest hopes dreams and goals on the run and beyond love to run the six world majors and then not run marathons any. Yeah i mean. I i love the half marathon so running wise. That would be a nice goal to to just get the success of the way when you run the new york city marathon and there but you know ultimately my my my goal for the beyond is to just be able to go out and run a few miles every day or two in central park and be comfortable doing that. That would be goal to do that at stay healthy so if you don't love the marathon distance and i know this is kind of a cheesy question but what's your why. Then what is what is the desire to do the majors and to want to put yourself through that.
"herzog" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"L. even a bet el love it. Okay so you mentioned earlier. Simone biles and obviously her story was such a huge one from the games this year when she walks into the room or onset is they're just like an aura about her of like the greatest gymnast of all time is here on one of the greatest athletes of all time. Like what is it. Like being in the presence of simone biles not at all. She carries herself like a teammate. So she walks in with her team On our set. And she was there as one a six gymnasts and as she carries herself. It's not her and them so it's really cool to to watch. The thing is with athletes. I find most Athletes to be so humble. They recognize that they were tired of their achievements and gotten them to where they are but they also recognize that you know this is their time to shine and a lot of them would come on. Said look at savannah geek out totally lose their cool like god. I watch you every morning with my parents and bulloch says lockdown in surprise jordan child's than she totally faces. It was just incredible to watch less less of the celebrity or and more of the. We're happy to be here in. I'm here with my teammates. Kind of persona and what about. How did your knee hold up while you were there. However you get I know you described of where things were. But are you able to walk around much on your leg. And how were you feeling physically because also your job requires you to be on your feet the entire time right. Yeah yeah. I'm on my feet. We take a break here. And there when i could but it was tricky. You know there's never a good time for surgery. Once some my surgeon determined that i would need. It was just a question of when i'm thankful we will time so that Spent two weeks on crutches and then a week off crutches working in the studio. Before i went to tokyo so i felt strong enough and i knew i was gay bull of doing my job and at times. It was definitely uncomfortable. That's for sure and add to do physical therapy on my own for three weeks in my hotel room twice a day which wasn't fun either never is an there. Were times where it was really tough and the tokyo. He doesn't make it any more comfortable wearing a tight Leg brace so. I still have this. You know. I got rid of the brace when i stepped off the plane from tokyo. And i have this massive Ace bandage tan basically remit side down to my role. All runners have bad tan lines. So you fit right in. This is our unique witness. Sure but road to recovery. I just saw that you posted that you're cleared to be back on the peleton bike not yet running. But can you sort of tell us a little bit about where you're at the recovery process in what that will look like going forward. Yes so tomorrow will be the seven-week mark out of surgery and thankfully i can get on the bike. I tried it out last night and felt good and you know just hoping get stronger from there. My surgeon said mit said. I can start light jogging in another six weeks and never been more excited to hear the words light jogging. So hopefully that'll go well and if all goes well i should be back to normal. I sang normal very cautiously by november. So unfortunately i had to push my marathon Goals that. I had this fall off bit but on i'm still hopeful for the spring. It will just have to see how it goes. Can you tell us what your marathon goals for. Ya is gonna run chicago. And i was aiming for the boston qualifying time standard for me under three hours in five minutes which in reality with the buffer that everyone knows about for boston would mean closer to three hours right under it so it's lofty Considering my my last marathon. Pr was from almost two years ago. Now in berlin was three hours and ten minutes. But i was hopeful. I was three out of four months into a full on training cycle for london when covert hit in March twenty twenty. And when i got co vincent that just flatlined and i was hopeful that chicago would be the time and now i had to push in a year but go for it in london twenty twenty. Two sierra goes yeah. I mean you you had cova pretty early. I mean i think you are one of the first people that i actually know who got it and i remember you sort of documenting how you're feeling in some of your symptoms and forget if it was during or if it was more after the fact but i remember you posting about it Any lingering effects. How long did it take you to feel okay again because you had a pretty bad i was. It was a a moderate case which they determined by the temperature. I had but it wasn't great. But i'm thankful that i recovered well and my symptoms weren't as bad as others have had them or it could have been that's for sure so is spending five days of fever and all the regular simpson's I lost my taste and smell before they realized that that was ascendant. So that was kinda frightening and more ceos. Just the worry that every day would get worse in that. I might need to go to the hospital eventually but aside from some minor chest tightness. I never really had any breathing issues. Thankfully and now we're about seventeen months later and I definitely don't have any lingering effects that i know so. I'm pretty thankful that i come out of it relatively unscathed. Am this whole meniskus situation. Did that is that something. I'm not to well-versed in meniscus tears and injuries but is that something that happened immediately. Like is that like something where you're running and it snaps or is that more of a gradual injury that builds over time.
"herzog" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
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Edge is a longer lasting energy gel. It delivers consistent energy and digests easily. It's gentle on the stomach units very important to me a little crohn's disease her over here. You can have a slow time released. Absorption profile that provides steady energy to the muscles and brain without bloating or stomach aches. Things i do not want on the run bloating and stomach aches. I've got enough to deal with whether you love energy gels or your new to gelling on the run try. You can't edge and see what you think and keep an eye out. They've got more flavors coming. You go to you can dot co slash alley and save twenty percent on your order with code alley. A l. allie. Now let's see what else is new with yosef. Can you walk through a specific to being in tokyo. What is your role. Is it when the person arrives. You're greeting them saying hi. Sit here look here How much interaction do you have with. People can kind of walk through what your role looks like for the broadcast in tokyo. Sure so similar to new york where we have a team that a books all the guests in logistically make sure that they get from wherever they are to are set once. They're on the set. That's kind of where my job. Which them where i start working with them. That's where it begins It's my job to direct and manage the show from the studio or set floor while my director directs the show from the control room because in addition to the cameras that he's putting on the air he's also directing The audio you hear and the graphics you see the videos you see the pictures you see all that kind of stuff. But i'm his extension. His eyes ears on the set. So i'm the one making sure that. The anchors under guests are sitting where they're supposed to in that the set furniture is in the right position so that is lit properly with our lighting team. And i tell the guests you know What camera to look at if they need to look at camera for specific shod or things like that. So it's more of a deal with the logistics once. everyone's Before that it's kind of out of my purview. And since you mentioned going to some of the events did you have free rein to go to any of the events that you wanted and Were you staying close enough that that was pretty logistically easy so before we went to tokyo. I've really unsure because we knew there'd be mandatory two week fourteen day quarantine for all outsiders visiting Even working game so we weren't sure what that would look like and for the first for the first Pardon mostly the majority of those two weeks. We went from our hotel rooms to our work zones. The venues were competition was held were considered designated work zone. So the were instances where we could go and catch an event especially if it was near are set or things like that but the last week once we were out of the quarantine. The venues really kind of were open. Logan more to us as well as the rest of the city so we did have the opportunity thankfully to catch a lot of events which were really nice and the way was set up sometimes The olympics are set up logistically. Perfect where you can kinda go into what they call olympic park in all the venues are right next to each other so it's summer olympics. You'll have like the stadium. The next to the stadium will be the velodrome. swimming the aquatic center. So in the sometimes it's perfect but this one was a little bit more spread out and you know there was kind of two major areas where are set was in the middle of where a few of the venues were but they were on. It was kind of like separated throughout a city. As opposed to specific enclosed. Park like london was so we're challenges. I'm happy thankfully that. I did get to see many events which is cool. All right so describe the track and field stadium for us because none of us got to be there. So what was it like kind of paint us. A picture of what it was like being there was so cool it was it was revenue gun on my quarantine in the last full weekend. I was spending in tokyo Pretty much spent the entire week at the venue i walked in and in i came in from the top tier and i posted a photo. Which which really kinda to me captured. What was emblematic of these olympics. These fascinating at beautiful venues that were completely empty. Except for a media. other athletes. watching and their delegations so the venues all had seats that were painted in a specific artistic way that made it appear as if it was less empty which i thought was really interesting but walking into that stadium Olympic stadium was pretty cool. I hadn't. I hadn't been to the stadium in rio and less time. I had witnessed olympic track. Field was was watching using bolt in two thousand twelve. Which was incredible but coming into stadium. This time. Become way more of a track and field fan in the last nine years. That's for sure as someone who has become a runner in the last six years Definitely was the standout competition for me. That i wanted to watch and witness so it was. It was pretty incredible to just kind of sit there doubting watch each event unfold just like feet from me so since we primarily on this show we focus a lot on the women runners and the women's events. Which women's events did you get to see in person that were exciting. The women's hundred meter final two is incredible. I got to see a thing. Mojo run which something i had really wanted to. I didn't see her Win and you have events at just saw her win her her heats and the semi final rounds overheats. I wasn't at any for medal events but it was just cool to see her compete in general Yeah it was really amazing. And she's incredible and are you able to be screaming and cheering or when you're in that stadium are you a representative of nbc. And you have to be you know like i think about the media journalists and they aren't supposed to cheer at these events related to cheer and get loud. Well we did. You know no one ever told stop and it's kinda hard when when you got some talented american runners going for it and you're sitting there and rooting for them to just be totally silent..
"herzog" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"The teleprompter ever freeze all the time. See to just turns off san thankfully on a show like the today show. The anchors are such pros that ninety percent of the time. You won't even know they'll just start ad-libbing Or picking up their paper scripts which they have a copy of. What's in teleprompter in front of them. Before every segment in case of that exact scenario so they get the paper scripts in the commercial break to kinda prepare themselves for what they're about to read and go over and make sure they're not going to stumble over some strange pronunciation but also there in case the teleprompter goes down and they need to pick it up and the read off it but again most people will not notice. It takes a real dear in the headlights kind of moment. Will you realize that. The prompt went down the linkedin. But that rarely happens. They're they're really going okay. Sometimes i think that i wanna be like involved in broadcast in some way. Not as a news anchor officially scared me away from ever wanting to do that so on the next thing. I put myself in their shoes and i think that would be terrified. Pero warns if people are watching and everything that i knew i would say f- Effortlessly just disappeared idea just blank especially if it's like an international news story that's like hard breaking news like omega no way no way like give me a running story that i could run with but anything else no. It'd be terrible so okay. So i need to know because recently very recently had knee surgery and in tokyo including on your flights. You're in this big huge knee brace but very intense looking. You were surrounded by professional athletes the entire time so i need to know how many of them ask you about your knee. Thanks for asking yes. I was in a huge wasn't just was a leg. Brace pretty much wayne bowl to to mid-thigh incredibly uncomfortable constricting at where for six weeks after the surgery add repairman meniscus in wasn't great. It was it was really uncomfortable. The plane rag was interesting and made it through. But it's interesting that you asked about whether the athletes asked about it. Because i would. I wish i could just montage every time someone asks you about an played you was pretty incas. Most athletes have had unfortunately some sort of injury at some point so the second day saw my brace all the the olympic athletes would say. Acl you know. Face are trying to guests and afar to serve start guessing. What what part of the process. I am people. Just look at it in winston. Not saying it was interesting. The last yeah it was. It was fun to talk about at some point. I feel like you're in the best possible company for that like anyone. You know they see you with this big brace. They're probably going to be played. Asked like how are you doing or what happened. But just knowing that it's literally every guest on the show for those two weeks wasn't athlete who either could relate or know someone who can yeah. We had Ri- benjamin one of the spooners on and here's asking me about it and how it happened and what i do that that caused. I told him mama. Distance runner in here cylinders nettled at the olympics. He looks music can never do that. That's that's horrible. Much you america. No no ever amazing and understanding there like you just wanna a metal at the olympics. It's interesting because know shirt short-term spinners do not ever ever run long distances. yeah. And yet i look at what they do. And i'm like. I could never got so fast exactly so you got like most of the athletes who met her great stories. You got most of them on the show in person which is very cool. Is there anyone that you were especially excited to have in the studio on the balcony. Whatever i mean. I don't i don't wanna use the wrong term studio balcony which call it the set the set. I love okay. Who were you excited to have onset so the best part of going to the olympics for for me is being able to attend events When i'm not working and then watching athletes win and meddling event and then knowing they're gonna come on the show and i get to work with them up close and meet them like. That's the coolest thing about my job will makes it unique at the olympic so there were definitely moments where i would attend events. Watch that happen and no. I'm going to get to see dispersant later. So a few of those were you know whether that's You know simone biles or a that was really cool to meet. Athletes like them joke alexa. Brian crowds are the shot putters but there were a few specific ones that stood out specifically one one member of the fencing team. I had met a little over a year ago through a friend of mine at chris chavez. Who you now. And he introduced me to him at a run. We were at just a casual run protest ryan. He was talking to me about his career and we were talking about. the olympics. Were postponed and kind of left it where i said. Oh well. I hope. I see you in tokyo next summer and more than that. I hope i see you on on my set because that will have met you metal and i did and and his team won bronze his name was raised and it was just awesome to see him there and see that all come full circle and contributions so that was really cool. Among did he remember you. Yeah all my love it photo on central to chris. Yeah it was a moment. I mean there's so many athletes that competed in rio and we're back to compete in tokyo. Do many of them remember you or are you like the today guy that tells them where to sit yet. More why they remember me by face. I think that you have not most of them. Don't remember him. I mean considering how many people they meet throughout their career interviews they do. It's not expected at all but Yeah there's a few remember me by face at this point To see you again that there are definitely a few that we've had on since london that katy lucky we being on the show today on the plaza on. I've met her when she was fifteen in london editor first olympics. That's all it's cool to see some of them and see how their careers a grow as they grow so it was kind of cool to have some athletes onset just kind of seen over the years now. I know you're incredibly professional. And i am maybe slightly less so i feel like i would have a very hard time not just like narrating out seeing these people not like fan girling but more of just like tell me every detail of your race and like how do you like wanting to do the post race interview myself d you ever have to hold back a little or not. Ask them questions or are you allowed to congratulate them. Like what is that look like. Yeah i mean we just keep it to small talk allowed to congratulate them and then say hi and especially if i had attended their event. Sometimes i'll mention the cavs. There was really cool to see you compete and win but neither leave a hard questions up to the anchors. You know they're quite good at that but otherwise yeah sometimes do gig out but you gotta keep it keep it professional and just do my job so anyway any other guests that we have During the year when it's not the olympics. Same thing kind of idea. When i see someone who i really love from a movie and i gotta gotta keep it. Together turf gerald. I just want to interrupt here..
"herzog" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"Team two hours worth it. I don't stress about it especially in the last year and a half were zoos. Facetime has become the norm for many interviews is just. It's not worth me stressing about. When things physically onset that i need to deal with and make sure go accordingly so That's left in someone else's hands but obviously ultimately hold the the interviews go well and that the connection state driving that we don't have to drop them from the show i with molly was interesting. I've never met molly person. I know her sister. I met her in a couple of my friends. Know molly yet. While i was watching her marathon. I was literally checking into the airport to come home. And i'm watching the women's marathon on my phone and you know it's getting to that point quarter way halfway his start nudging one of the olympics producers from my show that was sitting next to me and we're in the airport waiting for the plane you guys. Something's happening this is. This is not what was expected or or what people thought what happened in this. This could really be something and they understood but to really understand. You have to look at the history In the olympic marathons specifically with the women in once. Molly did come in third. And get that brown's people start to really understand the gravity so it was kinda interesting to to see from that side and then talk to one of my friends who was a producer at the show and eventually she was won that that produced a book mullen had run. The show was kinda cool just to see it from all the way in the beginning when she's about to get that bronze-medal until yesterday when she was actually on the show and talking to the anchor so was kinda cool to see that part. Yeah i feel like that's got to be really satisfying especially because you're the guy that was like Something's happening. I'm a runner. Like i know what. I'm witnessing here. People and mystery. I can't take credit for for booking her buck. I definitely knew the second if things started to pick up and she was sticking in that rage and especially when she wanted like okay. She's definitely going to be on our show like this is this is historic to pull out something incredible and you know as everyone came to see. It was not an overnight sensational kind of thing. Like molly's worked clearly. During harder whole life tweets that moment but for people who aren't familiar with long distance running didn't really grasp what it meant until they read the stats and and the history and you know who usually wins that marathon those medals and to see how incredible it actually was which he did. So whether it's over zoom or in person do you listen much to the interviews or are you focused on stage managing like. I just wanna hang. I mean granted. I do that for a living. I hang on every word that people say But do you find yourself listening or is it just kind of background noise to you. Where you at in terms of being. I don't wanna say present. You're obviously very present. But are you listening to them talking. Yeah i mean. I definitely listen to the content of the interviews but there are occasions where while the interview is happening. That's our moment to really think about what's coming up next rank zoned out me. And my team cut his own down and just focused on the actual interview. The fund that was being had in about all of a sudden meet hit a commercial interval Would start to say okay. What's next and you know. Be stuck so i do need to always be thinking about what's coming up next in. And what do we need a set up next whereas the guest for the next segment where they gonna sit where they're gonna look and things like that so it's definitely a constant where my mind is a couple of steps ahead to Accurately do my job so especially in. Tokyo is interesting because there were few logistical challenges With our technical team is director that i work closely with my associate director. Where back in new york doing their job from our control room at studio winning and i was their eyes and ears on the ground in tokyo on the set so every day. I'd have to kinda go over the show with my director on the phone and kind of workout where the cameras would be. The set pieces would be who would sit where things like that and then after that meeting hang up with him and then walk out to the actual set in tokyo and and run through the show in a meeting with my cameraman in our Utilities and everyone else Who's on the ground in tokyo. And just make sure everyone's on the same page so it was kind of interesting and it was really cool to see everything. Play out in can't together really really well. It ruins really happy with the way win. The shows can do them better. So i know you've been doing this for awhile and you're obviously very very good at what you do. But what does anything stress you out. I mean i can't imagine a scenario in which live. Television isn't stressful. But that's because it's not my job so you talked about what doesn't stress you out. The technology does anything stress. You out stresses me out. When i when i met up. That's for sure. When have you ever messed up. Give us specific examples. Sleaze while the time i mean. Hopefully people don't notice. But i always love their deadly occasions where i messed up. And it's noticeable to anyone really taking notice in watching the show the Example would be if i miss eq- for my director and he says you know terms sedan camera three and i don't hear him and keep on camera to and then everyone in the in the world sees camera threes angle which is decided for face instead of looking at the camera. So that's that's an easy to tell when i messed up or someone messes up but that happens frequently in with live television accuser. Missed occasionally as much as i try not to. But that stresses me out and the thing is important thing is to not dwell on it because you know sometimes that could happen in the first three minutes of a four hour broadcast dwelling kind of up your rhythm in your mojo. As the last thing. I need whenever another three hours and fifty seven minutes television the head south. We kind of just like acknowledge it and move forward and then if it's something that can be fixed we talked about after the show this just you know some plain human erin you just move on and that's happens and most people don't notice that that's a funny example because i noticed on peleton when i'm taking classes on the peleton treadmill every now and then they'll cut to a different camera but the instructor still looking at different running on like that was a mistake. Do the cameras. I always assumed. I don't know why i always assumed that. The camera lit up when it was the one that the anchor or whoever was supposed to be talking to do they light up for. Did i make that up. Most of the time yes. There's something called our tally light. And that's a light on top of the camera or somewhere on the camera that does glow up orange or red so the anchor does know which camera to turn to if there is no stage manager. Floor director occasionally. The tally lights do not work but also if they're not expecting it sometimes. The inkers will miss that. Which is why we have a stage to enforce accused. But the tally lights aren't always completely functional. Way you would hope so you are correct. You know trivia this is. I'm learning trivia skills today. What about the teleprompter. Does.
"herzog" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"Joseph. I am so excited to have you back here. It's been way too long since we've got to chat on the record so welcome back to the united states and back to the alley on the run. Show how you doing thank you. Thanks for having me. I'm good happy to be here. Happy to be back in the us. Yes so you're we're gonna talk so much about being in tokyo but what's the jet lag situation. How much time did you have between when you got back when you had to be back at studio one. A about forty hours. So are you jet lagged. I think so as in experiences past. It's usually taken me a few days before. It really hits me hard but so far. I'm doing well timed my sleep. The right way and stayed up when when i was supposed to. So i'm hopeful. Excellent while before we get into banks. Let's revisit our warm up here on the show. Can you remind everyone who you are where you call home and what you do. You'll save hers up. I call manhattan home and the upper end on the stage manager for the today show saja. How is tokyo. Tokyo was pretty amazing. And i would say a lot better than i expected. People expected it to be with all things considered. So this is your. This is your fifth time covering an olympics between summer and winter so as part of the job. Do you always know that you'll be going to the olympics. Or is it was it ever up in the air either for covert or other reasons or is this just part of your job description that of course you'll be there When i first started in this role as stage manager it was kind of a case by case basis and now that gained a little bit more experience than seniority It's become part of my job description on my job role but like anything else you know. Nothing's ever certain until it happens so it's more of a a believe it when i see it when their situation especially with In the last couple of years so the last time. That you on the show. I asked you. What has been the coolest thing that you've gotten to do on the job. Obviously assuming you were going to say the celine dion concert on the plaza which you didn't say that which is weird you them. It's okay now you've never let me down but you said rio rio top journalist at the time. Where does tokyo stack up then. Rio sales stalled the top. You know in a break ovid world where we lived on a beach for two weeks and all that our workspace in our home. I mean nothing really beats that so tokyo was amazing but logistically. It was a little bit more challenging than rio in in many ways so not my favorite olympic experience ever but still a really great one so in terms of i have so many questions about all the logistics and all of that but in terms of figuring out like where your home base was going to be in where you would be set up and all of that is that your responsibility or is your responsibility. What happens once you're on air like where to where to the kind of lines start in. Stop where you in charge of figuring out where cameras would be where your backdrop would be and all that stuff so more of the latter part of what you said. The actual location where are set will be things like that are determined by a different team and management executives within nbc. They determine where the set will be the logistic surrounding it and This time it happened that we we ended up sharing the same set of embassies sports. Which for anyone who watched extensive coverage of nbc's coverage of the olympics you'll notice that the backdrop and and the setting was the same albeit during the day for sports nighttime But my job Function really comes into play wants to set is decided on and created and then the actual day of the broadcast gets there. That's kind of where i step in and figure out how we're gonna put on The today show and execute that kind of broadcast in a totally new location in conjunction with my director. Yes so that's something that's always funny to me. Which again i know for you. It's part of the job. And i'm sure you're used to it that when you travel. You're in different time zones. Putt the today. Show airs at seven. Am eastern so. What were your hours in tokyo. What time were you onset. What time were you doing everything. It was funny watching the today. Show in the dark For us here at home. So what was it like for you. In terms of the hours being there definitely took a little bit of getting used to them. Once they figured out kind of my routine may hours would be. We'd come in and start our day with inner around five. Pm and eventually head to the sad and go through a few meetings and go on the air a m. and we didn't go off the air really till around eleven thirty or a few days where there was breaking olympic coverage news. We stayed on for a while to update the show for west coast in the us so some days pretty long but typical day would go from five pm to midnight. So were you setting alarms to wake up in the morning or were you dislike. I'm just gonna sleep as long as i need to. Well know that. That's the the best part that was the the main event not need to set one alarm acceptance of the last morning. So i would get up for my flight on that show and wind wind down and eventually go to sleep and then just wake up when i woke up so that was really nice because i am not used to that. And what about stuff. And i'm definitely getting ahead of myself here but it's fresh on my mind because it just happened. But in in instances where like you've done a lot in the past year and a half but for example molly seidel. You just had her on the today show being back here. She was on visas zoom. How involved are you in that process. Are you the one like sending molly's zoom link and making sure that her backdrops okay and she sounds. Okay or how do you get involved when it's the zoom side of today's show. So i'm not involved in that i mean nice for of the booking producers And the producer they basically determine the what when it comes to the show. And i do the how when it's onset but when something remote logistics are left up to more of a different technical team in our control room so producer will set up the you know the booking and determine when she'll be on the show and then our technical team to control room. We'll make sure that everything is good from a technical standpoint before we actually go on the air. So do you stress about that at all. Are you ever worried of a help. Molly's connection is okay. Like i'm stressed right now. Recording podcast with you because i wanna make sure the technology is okay and i am not live in front of millions of people. Is that something you stress about or is it just not worth it because.
What Was Stephen Hawking's Final Project?
"Days before his death on march fourteenth two thousand eighteen famed theoretical physicists. And cosmologists stephen hawking completed what would be his final research paper it since passed peer review and was published online in the journal of high energy. Physics on april twenty-seventh written with co author. Thomas herzog a theoretical physicist at the university of louisville belgium. The paper adds another facet to our understanding of this universe that we live in and needless to say it's complicated titled a smooth exit from eternal inflation. Be publication discusses an enigmatic problem facing cosmologists but before we delve into the crux of the study. Let's go back to win. Our universe was a baby. Some thirteen point eight billion years ago. A lot of evidence suggests that our universe originated from a singularity an infinitely dense point from which all the universe as we know it was born. We call that event the big bang but how the singularity came to be and why the big bang happened isn't of concern right now. We're interested in what happened immediately. After our universe was spawned a period known as inflation cosmologists predict that inflation occurred over a vanishingly small period. Right after the big bang during our universes very first ten to thirty two seconds during inflation the universe expanded exponentially and much faster than the speed of light after only his second. The energy from this inconceivably gargantuan explosion condensed to form subatomic particles that over millions of years created the stars galaxies planets and after another few billion years life. As we know it once this inflationary period ended the universes rate of expansion slowed but it continues to expand to this day because inflation powered a faster than light speed expansion. The observable universe that we see today is not the entire universe rather we exist inside a region of the cosmos. That light has had time to reach. It's like dropping a pebble into a calm swimming pool. The first circular ripple to propagate from the splash travels a fixed speed across the surface of the pool. If we imagine that the limit of our observable universe is that ripple traveling across the pool at the speed of light it's not that nothing exists beyond that ripple there's more pool or universe beyond it. We just can't see it yet. So the consequence of inflation is that there should be a lot more universe beyond what we can see even with our most powerful
Veteran Politician Herzog Elected President of Israel
"The veteran politician Isaac Herzog has been elected president of Israel ahead of educated million perhaps experience will make a hot soak the skill of a prominent Israeli family has been elected president which is a largely ceremonial role anonymous vote was held among the one hundred twenty members of the national parliament without going eighty seven to twenty seven in his favor so who's sixty is the former head of Israel's labor party an opposition leader who unsuccessfully ran against prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu in his twenty thirteen parliamentary elections you succeed Reuven Rivlin who set to leave office next month I'm Charles de Ledesma
"herzog" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman
"Circus like it is violent if it is poetic is dramatic at a soap opera. Attic it is it is on spiring it is it comes with its own kind of overly analyzed kind of intra industry tension and politics and gossip that kind of make it almost like more of a meta experience to be a wrestling fan now trend as you probably know even if you don't care about it it's it's everywhere right now in a way that we haven't seen it in twenty years and there's a reason for that so is it true that is actually fake. Okay yeah well let me already. I'm getting booed. His from from people. Know me in that space. It's like i tell my son my son his age he loves wrestling. My other son is four loves wrestling when my son my son is asking the tough questions about trying to parse what's real and what's fake and i just stayed saying use your eyes. You know you get. You can tell that they're kind of portraying characters that are larger than life. You could tell that there's an entertainment value to this. That some of it is just kind of you know very much plan and and then you see for yourself at the beating the crap out of each other and right there might be there might be some artful to that and some sleight of hand to that but i mean it's not for sissies and these guys that wrestling fans have for the way that they have just sacrifice themselves on the altar of this business is interesting but also you know we are allowed. Noted put back to wrestling like anyone. Any fan of any industry doesn't say we also want you to be better. You've been run by like weird crappy men from for decades and you should be more mindful of protecting your talent in more inclusive of women and minorities. It's like any like anything it's wrestling in. The wrestling business continued to just literally recreate throw narrative and then just have a bigger narrative around it that draws you in and makes it even more enticing now. This question is a little bit for me more than anything but how you improved as a writer like what's what's been like the practices that you have to improve your writing style your vocabulary. What what what. What is the day in the life of kenny herzog. When it comes to improving crafts. I know a lot of people. Say you know if you're going to be a writer you've got to read a lot gotta read other writers and i you know i read a lot of writing and it does it and i do a lot of word. Puzzles and things it's discontinued. Reinforce michael vocabulary and reinforcement ability to kind of how to put things in proper context and or syntax or an and i do do seeing the way. Do seeing other people's rhetorical flourishes. But i try to. I try to be fairly insular away. You know about just trusting my instincts about the way. I like things to say so that things have been improved. Really more to do with just.
"herzog" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman
"How it how it sort of helped define what i thought. My political philosophy was basically and and other things that are a little more sophisticated than that have continued to evolve. Might think thinking but those influences were also made an impression on those artists early on in their careers and so it all comes full circle. But i i don't want to. I wasn't music journalist for a long time. I was the last editor in chief of notable. Indie music magazine called sam j news monthly and was known a lot for its sanjay music marathon that took over the city every october and And then i was managing bands. Some cool semi notable indie bands around the turn of the two thousand ten's and then and then i don't know and then i was working at spin magazine forbid and i just realized i was kind of burned out on music stuff and wanted to go back to being japanese trades because i love writing about politics love reading about sports. Love writing about weird right and trends. In general in the culture in television i latched on big time to the explosion. Talking about being nimble around the early two thousand ten is when all of a sudden prestige. Tv was the thing sites like the club were doing episodic recaps of shows and i got in on the ground floor and started writing for them and vulture and all these places about tv. So i was went through early stages. I was kind of a news journalist and career that i was a music journalist. That was tv journalist. Now i'm a business journalist and an in-between the at i built a big body of work covering professional wrestling which has always been a passion of mine. So let's let's go to talk about professional wrestling does it. He said something. I've never been able to get into and i don't know if i've just never given it a chance but I'm more of like. I would rather watch hinson wrestling and i. I don't know if that's a good thing to say and you're probably like man. Okay i'm i'm this is the point in the interview where i'm going to hang up and walk away but what about it you know. What about wrestling really intrigues or interests. You a that is an excellent question. When i should be able to answer. It's difficult because every wrestling pander head before they answer that question. Here's that little voice. Glenn wrestle excess there but it's fake guys and fake often during fake things. I just for me. I've been obsessed with it. Since i was a kid and i wrote about it at every opportunity i could early on in my career going into. Vfw locker rooms for look at new york. City indy promotions. And that kind of thing. And then as i amend later on i eventually figured out a way to kind of write about it at a larger scale from large publications because the relationships i had their dragged in dragged those missions kicking and screaming into covering wrestling wrestling is. There's nothing quite like it. It is entertainment. It is athleticism..
"herzog" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman
"Guys. This is this is comical relief. I love it. I love it. I always say ron unfiltered so it was. It was spent so back to what you're saying you know my my parents. My father's side are holocaust survivors and allow auschwitz the whole deal. So i don't mean to be flip about it. It's obviously a whole thing. And my my mother. My mother and my family. And then eventually my stepbrother's family the all very Endearingly rich in just third murck jewiness and some more observant than others but it was always made. It was always impressed upon me that it was important just to be steeped in the heritage is and different. Share some of that with my boys but my son's but at my work it's always animated. Today i've always looked at things from a kind of The perspective of the marginalized or the victimized or the underrepresented Of my background. And you know even as recently as a couple of years ago. I wrote a big wrestling story for tablet magazine. About the unfortunate trope Anti semitic nazi characters wrestling and people in actual anti semitic attitudes in the wrestling industry. You know on the first person at my job. Now say if if somebody were to say like let's you know let's be very geographic about henry. Ford i would be the one to say i just wanna remind everyone. He loved him. Nazis and he could have been when he would. And you know so. I'm always Really re let's. Let's talk about that. Really quick because henry ford is someone who you know if you read. You know. i'm. I'm very big into business like i read a lot of books on Vested into a lot of personal development like napoleon hill thinking go rich his law of success books. You know going back to some. You know other cliche in stereotypical ones henry. Ford is someone who's mentioned a lot and those earlier tax like the nineteen twenties and thirties as somebody who a lot of people studies. So what is that background on that. If you don't mind going into that. Because i've never heard this before. So that's kind of interesting to you..
Why Are Some Animals Pets And Others Are Lunch?
"This is but why a podcast for curious kids from Vermont public radio I'm Jane Lindholm on this show we take your questions and find interesting people to answer them This episode though is a little bit different. We are tackling some questions without answers. This episode is a follow up to our cats dogs episodes. So if you haven't listened to those Ya, you might want to go back and listen to them before you listen to this one. In those two episodes, we answered all kinds of questions about our feline and Canine companions but that got us thinking, why do we have pets in the first place? Why are some animals farm animals and some are pets while others are wild and why do we eat animals? We're going to be spending some time thinking about those hard questions including the ones about which animals are okay to eat. So adults you may want to think about whether or not. This is an episode that's right for your kids or listen to it on your own first before you share it with them. Okay. Let's get started a few years ago I. Read a book for adults called some. We love some we hate some we eat why it's so hard to think straight about animals and it kind of blew my mind because it talked about all of these interesting ways we think about animals the same kind of animal a bunny for example, can be a wild animal, a pet animal, an animal that's used for medical testing or an animal we eat for dinner and how we feel about that bunny affects how we treat it. In American culture, we would never eat a dog dogs are pets. Eat A lot of hamburgers. However if you live in India, it's illegal in most parts of the country to kill a cow or to eat any kind of meat that comes from a cow like hamburger or steak. So, our ideas about animals have a lot to do with our religion, our culture, our beliefs, and where we live. We're going to explore some of those ideas today, and our guest is the author of that book. I mentioned how her Herzog is a professor of psychology at Western Carolina University psychology is the study of behavior and the brain. So why we do the things we do and how our behavior our actions are connected to our minds, how studies the relationships between humans and animals. Since. We talked about cats and dogs. In our previous two episodes I wanted how to explain a little bit about our relationship to our pets. Now people often say they are a dog person or I'm a cat person how says he's a dog person but right now he just has a cat people say that they keep pets because they get unconditional love from their pet. Mike Catt does not give me unconditional love. I'd give her unconditional love but she treats me like the guy that like opens the door and lets her out. And does what she wants to do. So what do you think it means that if somebody says their dog person like you did or a cat person given that you have a cat but you don't feel like your cat gives you that much love. But you know, do you have a sense of what it means for somebody to wear that badge of cat person or a dog person? Well there's been a ton of research on that and basically it's been fairly consistent. There's sort of consistent but fairly small differences, dog people and cat people, and so for example, dog people tend to be a little more extroverted. Cat people tend to be a little more introverted. Some studies have shown that cat people tend to be a little more open to new experience new ideas. On the other hand cat people tend to be a little more anxious. But I'm I'm not sure I. Think sometimes you just fall in love with an animal and sometimes it's a cat and sometimes it's a dog and I think people can switch back and forth and for those of you listening if those were new words for you extroverted and introverted extroverted kind of means somebody who's really bubbly and likes to talk to other people in really likes interacting with people and introverted people tend to be quieter maybe you just don't like the excitement never really loud room. You don't WanNa be the center of attention then you might be a more introverted person. Interestingly enough I think that also to some extent applies with two cats and dogs. Cats tend to be more introverted they tend to be Shire. Dogs tend to be more extroverted they They you know they tend to. Give you more in some cases you know sort of psychologically and and. Are More eager eager for social interaction. At least my dogs have always been not my dog. My dog is very introverted and he's not a people pleaser. He's more of a cat dog for yeah. That's interesting because it's very interesting because you do have like dogs and you do have dog like. I've I've I met a cat recently that was very dog doglike. She fell in love with me instantly wouldn't get out of my lap and eat dinner table. Yeah, that sounds very dog like.
"herzog" Discussed on Historiografía Mexicana [Libros de Historia de México]
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"herzog" Discussed on Historiografía Mexicana [Libros de Historia de México]
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"herzog" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast
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The Mandalorian Deep Dive
"Let's take a look at I. Guess the mandatory series win. You got done watching it. I guess. How overall satisfied were you with it up and down for you like this episode was good? But this episode is kind of a Dud. What what was your first impression as a whole I think I'd dug the whole the whole series whole a few more times? I really dug it from beginning to end when it was down it was still great. Its lowest points were still pretty high points. Okay overall. I really dug it but I also have like a huge love of Westerns and Samurai movies. And this kind of felt like it kind of felt like a way for star wars to play in a new sandbox. It felt very reminiscent of the original trilogy while also managing to kind of have its identity. Yes okay segues is into a good point. I noticed right away on the series the simple things like the fades from scene to scene. Where the same little you'll circular fades aides or sideswipe fades from? Yeah from you hope. You cannot do that when I graduated from film school. One of one of the things they told us in in film school is don't ever do that. It looks it looks amateur. It looks bad. Really for whatever reason star wars can do it and the reason they the reason they can do it is because they just kind of did it at a time when they were defining what Star Wars. This is so when episode four came out or Star Wars or the original movie nineteen seventy seven when that came out already visually. It was so distinct and so oh very specifically star wars that it can incorporate silly things like a like a cross dissolve across fade or a circle Michael Fade or whatever you wanNA call them It can do that because it is star wars and and if you saw that if you went to go watch the avengers and and you see that really slow white from the right side of the screen to the left side of the screen to transition. It would look very out of place in Lynn very artificial because because that's not part of cinema language but it is a part of Star Wars language and incorporating that into the man. delorean was something. I've thought was incredibly smart. Yes you actually see that in things like Djeddai Fallen Order And a lot of video games as well. Okay we'll incorporate that in the cut scenes it just it's A. It's an easy visual indicator that this is star wars I love that when I saw that on the very episode. That was one of the simple simple fan services that the what other fans services or things did you see that Cairo. I the main thing. The first first thing I saw for sure was was the rifle and everybody talks about the right okay but it deserves to be talked about talking about man. Does the knife owned the mandatory rifle. Yeah it's It's it's kind of like a long rifle with a tuning fork. Yes that was Boba Fett rifle in the holiday special which is the infamous holiday special which I've seen and it is as bad as everybody says and it's not like it's not like a challenge to go watch it do do not watch it. Don't and watch it. It's not it's not even worth laughing at. It's it's so hard to watch but In the BLU ray release of the Star Wars The star awards box set episodes one through six on the bonus disc. There's actually an Easter egg on their. That has the entire animated segment from the holiday special. Yes so you can actually see that and it's really cool but in that segment it's very much like a Ralph Bakshi inspired character design. It's really Kinda cool but you do see Z.. BOBA FETT teaming up with Luke at first and then he betrays him but he's got this weird rifle that should never ever work and everybody thought it was a cool looking rifle. I never thought we'd seen it and live action. Let alone we would disintegrate people. Yes that was another little throwback to empire pyre when vader tells Boba Fett notice integration. Yes because he had that rifle and rifle disintegrates. Yes it does look a little bulky on him but they still make it work. It works completely nothing about again. That goes back to what I was saying before about the visual language of star wars and again in the empire strikes rex back in the original theatrical cut. There's a shot on cloud city of a guy running through running through cloud city as it's being attacked by the empire but he's holding. What's supposed to look like a futuristic device but even in the eighties? Everybody was like that is an ice cream maker. Awesome husband was just running with an ice cream maker but they brought that back And so the the client played by Verna Herzog. He actually carrying all of his best car in one of those ice cream. Oh and so. That is another throwback that I really so when he opens up the best guard the open up that containers just the ice cream maker and it's the same kind of ice cream maker that that that extra was carrying awesome and it's Super Fund. It has no bearing on anything. If you didn't know that it's it doesn't take away or add anything to it except for the factory like I know that the super fans hansel catch it. Sure the casual fan okay. Whatever you know they won't even notice it but still get to enjoy it absolutely? Yeah and the show is filled with stuff like that. There is an episode where the episode with Bill Burr where they go to like a heist episode. Yes super the prison ship. Yeah there is one on living person on that ship. That person was played by Matt. Land Her who was the voice of anecdotes skywalker in the clone wars. Yeah and a whole bunch of other stuff but it's cool to have that clancy brown played a de Veroni wasn't Ronin. He was different. He was a different species. He was the red guy the horn. Yeah but The Big Guy. Yeah but that was clancy Brown. who was the voice of sabotage press and a bunch of other true in the rebels? Yeah and and Star Wars rebels he was sabotage press. It was really cool to see people from the animation side of things being incorporated into the live action. which is the kinds of stuff? I want to see moving forward with specific characters. Sure On the inverse of that you know we're we're getting to see live action or we're getting see animation people in live action and on the mandatory and then also in Rizal Skywalker. We got sorry guys. I'm talking about it. We got to hear. Canaan from rebels was one of the voices. You heard you heard Soka. You heard every you know people who were doing voices specifically for the cartoons in for for super fans you know which if I may indulge myself they already introduced you as a superfan. Oh good good a resident expert. Sorry whatever is just whatever cooler than I actually am but it was really fun to be able to to see those things. And if let's say I'm talking to you Leigh and you have no idea who Canaan is and we see rise skywalker you're thinking it's super cool because you're seeing this really cool scene. I think it's super cool because I'm seeing is really cool scene and also Kanaan's yeah and so it's just kind of another little the thing and and the reason I bring rays of Skywalker with this is because it's all happening right now right now You know we can. We can talk about this next year when you know when I owned the box set of the man delorean and I own the skywalker. Saga and I can watch those at the same time and and it doesn't necessarily have the same effect because we can watch it whenever this is something unique to December of two thousand nineteen this is as we're experiencing the lore. which again there are some of us like like you and I who will watch the cartoons and the TV shows and read the books and read the comments but there are are some people who only will take the movies or now the TV shows as that's all they know about wars and that's totally cool but at this point you know we saw in the Manda Laurean the child the baby iota used the force to heal somebody and a week later? We're watching the rise of skywalker skywalker. And we're seeing those same force. Power is being used and just from a serial point of view for storytelling. I I'm completely fascinated by. I'm really really excited that I can experience it this way and nobody else was going to experience it this way in now even now. We're we're staring at the New Year here in the next couple of days. People aren't going to be able to experience it that way anymore. Because it's already happened past and it's kind of a lightning in a bottle
Kosher Giants Merge, Creating Possible Matzoh Monopoly
"<music> <music> ah from wonder i'm david brown and this is business worse daily on this tuesday august twentieth. The two biggest companies in the kosher food business are merging the tie up between giants keiko and manischewitz will mean the merged company will hold slightly more than fifty percents of america's twenty four billion dollar kosher market that could create a monopoly for an assesses like fell to fish in monson prompting a writer here at the daily news blog. The hustle to ask is a kosher monopoly kosher. Many shepardson keiko were icons in the jewish community both got their starts more than a century ago. The rabbi bear manischewitz founded his company in cincinnati in eighteen eighty eight to make macho the unleavened bread that jews eat during passover. The lithuanian-american rabbi was an innovator he took what had traditionally been around handmade bread and began making with machines and square both changes inches that kosher traditionalist at first resisted but his matsu caught on so too did manischewitz wine a cheap cloying drink that nonetheless this is standard at most passover sater's the company thrived over the years and expanded its offerings to include many other kosher foods from gal to fish to borscht it went public public in nineteen twenty three but was sold to a private equity firm in nineteen ninety manischewitz has changed hands many times since then and sold off pieces of it's kosher empire notably. It's manischewitz wine which the family sold in nineteen eighty seven keiko has both an equally storied history and an ever increasing share of the rapidly growing kosher market ho cost survivor eugene herzog who came to america in nineteen forty-eight began making kosher wine ten years later he drew on his family's family's ancestral winemaking tradition which began in the mid nineteenth century when the family supplied wine to the emperor franz joseph of the austro-hungarian empire like manischewitz cheviots the herzog's built their wine and food empire over the years the company now distributes about one hundred fifty different brands from soups tomato but it could never topple manischewitz position as the preeminent matsu maker it did however win the vast market for kosher grape juice which plays a significant role in orthodox doc families a few years ago manischewitz attempted to break keiko's monolithic hold on the great juice business by pairing with cheaper kosher certified version of welches grape grape juice but it didn't catch on terms of the agreement and manage shiva's motivation for selling were public at the time of production but business has become much more competitive over the years as now more than eight hundred thousand foods from hershey's chocolate to trader. Joe's tuna have have been certified as kosher with many more choices available manischewitz sales have been declining one question is whether kosher prices will increase under the merged company kosher food already costs more than non-kosher items but an expert quoted in the times says no keiko was a family business. He said sensitive sensitive to the market besides mana schevitz likely learned its lesson about overreaching long ago in nineteen ninety one hundred different management the company paid a one million in dollar penalty for manipulating the massive matsu market meeting kosher dairy on new york's lower east side leaders of manischewitz and two other companies notably not keiko had agreed to fix passover matsu prices. Surely that wasn't a step toward sacred seder from wondering this business wars daily. If you like our take his second give it a five star rating in a review on apple podcasts. It is the number one way other listeners buying this affects. I'm david brown back with you tomorrow.
Why Werner Herzog loves cat videos
"Today on studio. Three sixty what energizes the legendary filmmaker Werner Herzog sometimes when I don't know how to order my thoughts, I switched on crazy cat videos and immediately. I'm rejuvenated. We talk a lot about cat videos, the art of narration and his latest movie meeting. Gorbachev. Plus from the first time you heard this song, it was just absolutely mind. Melting. The story behind when doves cry, which prints released prepare to feel old thirty five years ago this week. This is what it sounds like the head on studio. Three sixty right after this. This is scheduled for sixty I'm currently at I'm sitting on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial this first level of guard this Thomas Jefferson's vegetable, I'd like to have the roasted chicken very well done, editing is all about timing. I tried to get a little bit away from the actual subject must get sick of your place, right? Three, sixty with good Anderson. Werner Herzog has made more than sixty movies. They're often about man versus extreme forces, the Amazon jungle in FitzGerald. Oh, active volcanoes in the documentary into the inferno. His latest film meeting, Gorbachev also fits into that frame. It's the story of Mikhail. Gorbachev versus a crumbling political and economic system. Food consensus, Kevin over a six month period last year and the year before Hertzog went to Moscow and interview the very last president of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Sekkei bitch. I'm sermon. And the first term and that you probably met wanted to kill you. Hertzog and a co director Andre singer, combined interviews with lots of archival footage to tell the story of the one Soviet leader almost everybody in America, and the west light even adored, and the film is all held together by Herzog signature narration here. His home village is it looks today. It is hard to imagine that from such a godforsaken place in the middle of nowhere, one of the greatest leaders of the twentieth century emerged. And when Hertzog is here with me now to talk about meeting Gorbachev, sir. Welcome back to studio. Three six eight thank you. Thank you for having me. So you feel three long conversations with Gorbachev. How did you prepare for those mostly reading I did a lot of homework? I read compensates memoirs Rhoda most excellent biography by William helpmann. Otherwise, I arrived without pain, my hands. I didn't have a catalog of Chris that would rectal down. It was just a conversation from men to men carried on by curiosity. Wave. I was gonna lead me or us. Was unknown the film talks about how Gorbachev is beloved and considered a hero by many Germans, and obviously being a German, a west German at the time, you must have paid keen attention to the Soviet Union at that moment. Sure. And among other things when Germans reunification were somehow abandoned, give him up the real real big thing, about reunification, these it came without bloodshed. It came without violence. Gorbachev allowed peacefully his predecessors would send tanks in and, and suppress the liberation movements of countries like Hungary Poland is terminal. You just name, it chuckle Slovakia, take a Slovak, yo cyst that was attitude of the Soviet Ryan and Gorbachev completely different in his approach and is in west Germany had been separate countries. For essentially your entire life. It just must have seend being a forty odd year old man, having never known anything else impossible that this was never going to happen. Yes, I personally believed I would not see during my lifetime something of that magnitude would take much more time history would be slow, but I was surprised. And when the wall came down in Idi nine and reunification happens, as you say, in the film. So quickly crazily quickly. What was your feeling when I heard about the wall coming down? I was in the southern tip of South America, a mountain, and with five days delay through shortwave radio hurt that the won't had come down, and it's this kind of joy in the shadow of elation, his never left me, I was pleased, given the seriousness of the subject by the touches of humor in this film, like. When they're cutting down ceremonially cutting down the barbed wire between Austria, Hungary, and spend a long time showing this bit of the Austrian nightly news that night I'm going to play that clip. Busy plea for the entire world. I n curtain started to be lifted. However, Austrian evening news was curious about the magnitude of the event retail two minutes. I didn't really metric their lead story was about slugs. It's very funny because they advise you to fill up old with beer in slugs, as lovers of beer would crawl it get drunk and you could harvest them in the morning, then on the miscellaneous much later. So the anchorwoman comes to mention that I am curtain. Being lifted. So it points to that sometimes news completely clueless. In other news, the Cold War is over. Yes. Yes. Do you feel as though humor is, is central to your sensibility, as a filmmaker as a creator, I think this human almost all of my films, and I've been labelled as grim teutonic sort of God knows warrior who, who is determined to risk his life in all all this, all this kind of nonsense. So what you spot it is. There's a lot of human gover of, of course, a lot of human other films. I wanna talk more about your narration, and how you do it. Do you begin with some rough draft? Or do you make the film? I know I the Nori I write the take spontaneously during editing and I know here heft to explain something and I write it down. On incessantly and in the editing room. I have very professional microphone, and I speak the commentaries. Right, then and there while I'm proceeding and sometimes I notice the texts overlaps into the next scene. It's three seconds too long. So I would delete one or two words and rephrase it a little bit in speak again and it would fit. That's amazing. So literally, as you are cutting scenes together, you're coming up with the necessary narration, and recording simultaneous. Yes. Exactly. Is that what I do that extrordinary? Well, I realize it audiences like the way I narrate in not, it's not only my voice. It is a text the context that I create the observation said, I make. So I'm writing the commentaries, and I'm speaking them and ended makes a lot of sense and gives a coherence to films that they would otherwise not. What have? And in his someone there, directing you. You know, saying, hey Werner, let's let's do another take that. No with exception of the editor. He is the only one who would tell me the phrase, doesn't sound right? The grammar is a little bit crooked. Why don't you change? So earth of words, his says to me pronounciation of the word should be different in, in English. So I, I do have helped India seek advice. That's amazing. And also, I'm I'm struck by how demystifying you are of the process. There is nothing. Mysterious about filmmaking. It's just professional work period. Here is a great example of that work from your film, grizzly, man. One of my favorites. This is some of the last football shot by the subject, Timothy Treadwell, a grizzly bear enthusiast. It's a close up of one of his bears, and what haunts me is that in. All the faces of all the bears that trade will ever filmed, I discover no kinship now understanding no mercy. I see only the overwhelming indifference of nature. To me, there's no such thing as a secret world of the bears. And displaying stare speaks only of a half board interest in food, but for Timothy Treadwell despair was a friend, a savior. In a way in that makes film, different and unique I Esa filmmaker heaven ongoing argument with treadmill. Sometimes trade will say something very new agey into how fluffy these Baz I in to hug them, and you have to sing to them and, and here on of sudden night. Chime in say here. I differ with Treadwell in my opinion, wild nature is different. It's chaotic and in dangerous and murderous, not fluffy, like involved, his knee movies. So I just have an argument with him. You didn't always narrate your films, in fact, in your early films. There are other people doing their rations. I believe it was, the, the great ecstasy of would cover Steiner in the seventies that was your first first one. Here's a bit of that finished Pessoa Costa sheaf league in his. Emas. He even so what, what made you decide to start doing that? Forty five years ago. I didn't. Yes, I didn't decide it, it was the signature of TV series all the other films have filmmaker appear in the film and giving the chronically, so right? Not only my voice, head to be in a head to be physically onscreen, as well. I hated the beginning. And, and then I thought when the film was finished I should do at least voice myself I felt uncomfortable but I hit the feeling afterwards, that was something good about it. Steiner's Esther training spoon. Sponsored Fatu got. Wow, your voice was so much higher. You know how Americans feel now about Werner Herzog narrations do Germans here. You're germination think nothing special about that. No. Since I speak own mother tongue. It doesn't really stick out like a sore thumb and insurance, of course. Yes. You'll sense that my first language was Bavarian dialect. It's like let's say Texan, drawl, ereck ignites must come from Texas while he must come from Bavaria, right? The earliest one documentary of yours that I can find that you narrated in English was herdsmen of the sun, which is about a nomadic tribe in the Sahara. This is a clip in the Republic of new Shia. The voter behalf gathered for the annual celebration of care covari towards the end of the rainy season in the month of September tribal meetings are held all over the half desert. Now we hear that we go. Of course, Werner Herzog. That's what he does. But when you first started narrating thirty years ago, was there any pushback from US distributors country Lee say so that was very quick. Aknowledge -ment that audiences feel comfortable and they like the way I make things clear. He really understand what I'm saying. Although I speak with the Nexen with a heavy ex and not as heavy as, for example Kissinger, but that's true. That's true to audiences responded favorably. And that's always a good sign. Your voice is part of the attraction ES, India can tell that it's very easy to make satires and to imitate my voice, you see the internet is full of imposed us. Do you know there's a? Actor and writer Paul Tompkins who has done one. Do you know it, let me play a bit for you and see what you think this is him doing the character on Andy dailies podcast? Okay, if you don't mind I've just uploaded this review to yelp. This is the trader Joe's on hype urine.
Need a last-minute gift? Steer clear of electronics until after the holidays
"This along the best deals you'll find today, according to retail industry analyst, he the Herzog you'll see clothing discounts of anywhere between sixty to seventy five percent off if a TV or cell phone is on your gift list. Herzog says wait until after the holiday mostly because the Consumer Electronics Show is happening. In January big box stores will Mark down. What's left in order to make room for those new models in two thousand nineteen the national retail federation says one hundred and thirty four million Americans are expected to shop this weekend for
Amazon's Bezos gives $10 million to bipartisan campaign fund
"American company after apple to reach one trillion dollars value. Amazon's founder and chief executive Jeff Bezos is the richest man in the world net worth of more than one hundred sixty seven billion dollars. But what's behind that wealth? What about its workers working conditions and Amazon's warehouses have been the focus of protests union drive several investigations, including by student reporters. Well, a students go back to school around the country. One. We're going to go to a report by a group of your students at Rutgers University, one Gonzales democracy. Now, co host is also a professor at Rutgers University in New Jersey. Can you introduce this will this is a group of students on my reported class who did a both a written and video. Oh report on on Amazon because there are now about ten warehouses just in the state of New Jersey about that. That fifteen thousand workers that are that are employed by Amazon. This is Kristen Schaal ary of the Rutgers student nineteen millions of Americans every
Hurricane Maria caused an estimated 2,975 deaths in Puerto Rico, study finds
"Of, professionals and we're just thankful for the contribution that everybody, everybody's made Westchester police chief Joel, Herzog after a body, was found late last, week in, Butler county field near West Chester and was. Identified as missing Twenty-three-year-old Ellen Wyche why cast been missing or had been missing since August. The first Westchester police arresting, Michael Strauss with the murder of Ellen white Straus. Locked up on, a two million dollar bond new evidence that the death toll from hurricane, Maria has been