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The Magic Of Connection With Peter Gibb

Mindfulness Mode

03:24 min | 2 weeks ago

The Magic Of Connection With Peter Gibb

"Mindful tribe. Were always here to have mindful conversations. We're here to talk about all kinds of different aspects of mindfulness including habits and routines including oh all sorts of insights into what. Mindfulness really means to you. Well i have the author of the book here with me today. The author of the book called mindful conversation. And i'm very excited to have a chance. After reading his book to now talk with the author and the author is peter. Gabe peter are you in mindfulness. Today was yes or no on his truth. you know. i'm i'm a work in progress. Which and i'm always You know it's not an onnell thing for in my mind. But i'm always working on it. I'm always a it's it's essential channel my wife to be in mind his mode and i think i'm pretty aware of what i mean by that. And and what What things helped me to be at mindfulness mode You know ju- just before. Bruce you and i got got connected. I had a little I always start. I start every every day with music. That's that's one of my ways of getting into most and after my music i was. I often a routine that i have. That helps me stay in. Mindfulness node is what i think as the mindful clause just just taking a moment could be ten seconds thirty seconds. It doesn't have to be a long long period but just taking a moment to stop. Whatever it is. I'm doing and and just try to just tune in and so what happened. This morning i thought was way too Instructive in that. I stopped. I could've gone from one. You know one task to the to the next one. But i stopped for just you know just a moment and i just stood there and looked out my window while i've looked out this window for eighteen years. I've been living here. I've seen a few times before But because i just stopped and said. I'm just i'm not here to do anything but just to be in this moment and i was a happened to be looking at this shrub and on the shrub. I just sort of tuned into a leaf. Well you know ideo. It always leaves gobs of times but this lead suddenly struck me. I began looking at how it was pointed at the end. And what a lovely graceful chip this was and all of a sudden. I just felt filled with life and wonder about myself about this. Leave about this plan and so on and so it became from being a sort of a bitch a-all moment of just going from a b. It became very mindful moment and set me up. I think to be were mindful at that time and hopefully throughout this day and and so on but so so that answer your question in my mind. I hope so. I think so. Yeah i feel good. I feel at peace So in mindfulness. Bode

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Valentine scams, SolarWinds, and a data deletion bungle

Smashing Security

05:19 min | 2 weeks ago

Valentine scams, SolarWinds, and a data deletion bungle

"Chums jumps happy. You ever made a mistake at work. Nope i used to work with you. So never made a mistake disagreed. Because you got it. Wrong of course allen as as a visiting professor at the university of surrey. Have you would you own up to a need goofs. Yes i would say. I often make mistakes. But i'd like to think of mistakes opportunity to learn. That's what i tell the students anyway. But unfortunately asset i've made i am part of. It is one of the reasons. I want to talk about what we're going to run. Which is that. You'd make certain assumptions as you're analyzing berries incidents for example you base it on a certain amount of information as you learn more you realize that you are mistaken. It's not so much that you were mistaken but the jump to conclusions and you learn very quickly that you really should do that Hurry along graham. We gotta get to this well now now. I used to be a computer program. I don't know five review of ever programmed computers limiting every you do. I haven't really ever. You haven't done a ten print corollas cool. I've done that rogue ramming really island of you ever made any programming mistakes l. Yes quite a few in fact in some of the earliest programs. I you have to go back a long way to find the machines that i i worked on a hold on was at joke that it was with cards you would submit them to some high priest through a three days later you get the results back and you learn very quickly not to make a mistake because you'd have to go through the whole thing again so you actually became very very serious with your program. These days people make a mistake and act conditioned component away. They go but now those days it was very much you have to be got to be so careful so the first half dozen yours make a mistake. Well i suddenly remember making some mistakes in my early days of program. One of my jobs was to Right the windows. Version of dr solomon's antivirus toolkit and the way in which we worked in those days is we actually had no computer viruses at the office. All of the computer viruses were. Alan solomons spare bedroom at his house. Well it was more secure than having them in the office last thing we wanted to overdo ship them to anyone but that meant that when i did programming on the virus finding engine i didn't actually have anything to test it against so i remember once i was given the source code in the challenge of speeding it up a little bit and i did some work on it for a few days my body back and i said i said i. You know it's a fair bit faster now. i think i've increased speed by twenty percent or something so alan took it back to the viruses and he said well done yes. You have split up. Unfortunately it no longer detects any malware. Two zero percent detect super fast. So you don't well then graham. Good thing your podcast. These days exactly. Yes nothing's dangerous as per so coating cock-ups can happen. I want to talk to you about something along those lines now. In the united kingdom we have a supercomputer system called the police national computer system the p. n. c. which stalls and shares information and criminal records between forces across the country so if police are investigating something rather than looking at old cards in a filing cabinet or anything about they can actually use the computer and suddenly can quiz. The computer even officers can use it for real time check so if they stop someone in the street they can calling. Someone will look up on the police national computer. If you're wanted in relation go. I gotta i gotta right exactly grow. You know lacrosse about her. Being in trouble with the law next okay. Now this week tell that story right well last month. It became headline news that some of the records stored on the police national computer. Databases had been unfortunately lost. What do you mean lost. Well i don't mean lost down the back of the sofa. Okay i interesting you bring up so famous interesting in fact. Why wouldn't i bring up so i would you to ground. You'll see you'll see later. Oh okay In fact over two hundred thousand records were reportedly deleted from the police. National compulsive not misplaced but actually lawson lost ju to what they described as technical issue It's set a good term now. I think when you've worked in the field of cybersecurity for well when you hear a company suffering from technically shoes. It's very natural to assume the worst it's very natural to assume. Oh maybe they'd been hacked. Maybe some ransom has been planted. Maybe they're downplaying it right. You feel like they're downplaying snafu. That might have happened. Maybe not sharing enough detail. Yeah yeah yeah. that's true. So the home office. They said that the loss data related people who'd been arrested and then released without further action.

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No. 18 Missouri holds off frantic rally, tops No. 10 Alabama

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

No. 18 Missouri holds off frantic rally, tops No. 10 Alabama

"Number eighty Missouri built a forty four twenty eight halftime lead and they hold up a furious rally down the stretch to beat number ten Alabama sixty eight to sixty five the loss is the first of the season in SEC play for the Crimson Tide who adopted in one the Tigers are second in the league at six and three Missouri led in scoring by guard Dru Smith who poured in sixteen points they're very basketball team and I mean we've seen what they've done in the conference so far so it's a good win gets a step closer to them at the top of the conference better than we do we have to keep working go back and watch this tape and get better from it Alabama is led by Jim Shackleford with fifteen points the Crimson Tide ju just thirty three percent from the field Mike Reeves

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Vegas Golden Knights coaching staff forced to isolate due to COVID-19 protocols

WGN Programming

00:36 sec | Last month

Vegas Golden Knights coaching staff forced to isolate due to COVID-19 protocols

"The NHL tonight in that? Weirdest scenario in Vegas right now, where Peter do born. His entire coaching staff of the Golden Knights were kept away from the bench to do an abundance of caution. As quote for Ju do Covert 19 concerns. General managers coaching Kelly McCarron is behind the bench along with the Henderson coaching staff. That's their HL affiliate. Vegas is trailing ST Louis in the third period. 4 to 3 Alex. Betray Angelo does have an assist against his former team first time playing them two goals apiece for David Peron and Max Patch ready in that game. Also in the third,

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Andrew Yang Enters New York City's Mayoral Race With Scaled Back Plan For Universal Basic Income

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:31 sec | Last month

Andrew Yang Enters New York City's Mayoral Race With Scaled Back Plan For Universal Basic Income

"Andrew Yang is looking to be the next mayor of New York City Gang filed the official paperwork yesterday at the city's campaign finance board, saying he's formed a mayoral campaign committee. The former Democratic presidential candidate outlined his plan in the campaign ad. We need to realize Martin Luther King Ju Years dream of a guaranteed minimum income and get cash into the hands of people who need it most in their help on the way. Yang also says he wants to bring New York City into the 21st century by giving everyone I speed Internet so our kids can learn.

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South Korea Faces Third Wave Of Coronavirus

Morning Edition

03:25 min | 2 months ago

South Korea Faces Third Wave Of Coronavirus

"South Korea, one of the most successful countries and fighting the pandemic is doing worse now, case numbers are growing during a third wave of infections. NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports on the debate over how to respond. For the past week, South Korea has tried to discourage year and revelry by banning gatherings of more than four people and shutting down ski resorts and tourist spots. But new case numbers and deaths remain stubbornly and or near record highs. Those new infection highs of around 1000 today in a country of more than 50 million are, Of course, nowhere near is bad is the US, nor are they as good as save New Zealand or Taiwan. Dr Kim Woo ju and infectious disease expert at Korea University's Good. A hospital in Seoul recalls that when the first wave of infections hit in February, fear of a new and unfamiliar virus gripped South Koreans, Ah Kitana. Sarah's got so scared. They started wearing masks and stopped going outside even before the government mandated it. But as the pandemic were on, people loosened up and mobility went up. Meanwhile, the government listen to a crescendo of voices of exhausted citizens and struggling businesses. The government hesitated to raise the social distancing level when it should have and was too fast to downgrade it when it shouldn't have. Kim argues that the government has got it backwards. It's not the counter measures that are hurting the economy. It's the pandemic. Experts also point out that the third wave is going to be tougher to crush than the first two. This time. There are more undetected community transmissions, more smaller clusters of infections. China and me, a respiratory disease specialist at equal Women's University in Seoul, says South Korea relied on testing and contact tracing to beat the first two waves. But this time that won't be enough, she says, would you guys how does have a right to take that and that you can only cut the chain of transmission if we cut social activity? The government won praise early on by putting health authorities and experts firmly in charge of the pandemic response. But John says this has changed socially with their table got him over there we go in there. Aside From a few exceptions, most medical experts have been calling on the government to raise social distancing restrictions and warning that hospitals are under a lot of strain E few that our opinions are not reflected very well in the government's decisions. South Korea's government denies that there's any daylight between politicians and experts. Or that it's gone soft on the virus. Speaking on December, 22nd Health Ministry spokesperson Sonia Hong Lei acknowledged that some people are calling for raising restrictions to the maximum. Could you two get engaged with only days ago? Who does those calls are understandable, he said. But regarding occasional claims that the government has violated his own criteria for raising restrictions, he added, We've never done that. Just before Christmas. U. S troops stationed here got the country's first coronavirus vaccinations. Most South Koreans won't start getting theirs until February. The government insists there's no delay. But at Korea University Hospital Doctor Kim Woo ju says the government seems to have dropped the ball. E don't understand why the South Korean government didn't start actively negotiating advanced purchase agreements until November. The government announced Thursday that it's secured more than enough vaccines for his population. And, according to a recent poll, nearly 90% say they'll take the shot.

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Military's system to combat sexual assault is broken, survivors say

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:08 min | 3 months ago

Military's system to combat sexual assault is broken, survivors say

"Evening News anchor Norah O'Donnell has been investigating cases of sexual assault in the military and how they've been handled. Mei Ling ju rez was among nearly two dozen survivors who spoke to CBS News about their alleged assaults. She was raped the first night in her barracks, and she reported it. They said that I was a distraction that came into their platoons. Saroja welcomes Dollar says she was sexually assaulted during a training exercise last year by a soldier who outranked her if your specialists and you report Manner quite blank. You don't have the right to put forth the fight on Lee, one in four service members who are sexually assaulted, actually report the crime. Many like Armando Perez. Don't this leader of took me under his wing so that he could abused me. He also was the prevention officer who I would have to report it to. We took a look at the military's data since 2015. Despite an increase in reporting fewer sexual assault cases are being sent to court martial. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy has responded. I'm Deeply saddened and concerned this topic has captivated the attention of America and Army leaders. It is abundantly clear we must do better. A

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Week of isolation works for Big Ben; Steelers rip Bengals

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Week of isolation works for Big Ben; Steelers rip Bengals

"The Steelers remain the only unbeaten team at nine or no after Ben Roethlisberger threw for a season high three hundred thirty three yards and four touchdowns in the thirty six ten routed the Bengals Roethlisberger was sharp despite being forced to stay away from the team facility all week due to covert nineteen protocols he connected with the I. T. Johnson and ju ju Smith Schuster for touchdowns the first half and found rookie chase Claypool twice in the second T. J. watt collected two of Pittsburgh's four sacks is the Steelers won their eleventh straight meeting with their division rival I'm Dave Ferrie

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High Spirits

Your Brain on Facts

05:59 min | 4 months ago

High Spirits

"There's a drink they make in chicago that boasts about how few people actually enjoy. Its bitter wormwood flavor if bars even had a bottle of it. They probably never opened it when the manufacturer ran a social media contest to come up with a new slogan albeit an unofficial one. They got suggestions like when you need to unfriendly someone in person turning taste. Buds into taste enemy is free years. And what soap washes its mouth out with but believe it or not. It's catching on my name's moxy and this is your brain on facts pop quiz. What is the most popular liquor in the world. While you mold that over here's a quick primer on a small segment of the panoply. That is the world alcohol. Low alcohol beverages are made all over the globe by mixing something containing starch or simple sugars with water adding yeast or allowing wild yeast and bacteria to invade and leaving it to ferment wherein the east eat the shiver and because ethanol and carbon dioxide these beers wines and the like can be made from any fruit grain and even some tree saps like palm and birch. Anything with natural. Sugar will do in colonial america brewing with pumpkins and other winter. Squashes was actually fairly common. But if you take your beer or wine and distill it meaning to boil it and collect the condensed steam thus removing the water and making the drink stronger. Now you've got something that's where we get vodka brandy whisky and all other drinks of spiritus nature. That's what we're talking about today. The weirdest and most wonderful who humanity has come up with on the whole. I am ruling out craft beers. Because will you know how craft beers are even trying to restrict searched liquor. The google machine kept popping up craft beer. after craft beer beer made with pizza or chilies or fermented shark. Fan or bull testicles goat brain or stags semen not a word of ally. Didn't make any of those up but back to the question. Of the most favoured firewater there is a lot of whiskey in the world for sure but with all of its subcategories consumed across the us and canada and of course ireland their credited with inventing it. After all though they called it ishiba the water of life. No it's not whiskey looking. They drink a lot of vodka in russia. That is true but it's not vodka you know where else they have. A lot of people china one point. Four billion to be specific. And it's the chinese spirit buys you. That is drunk more than any other. And i'm guaranteed be mispronouncing that because i have not been trained in any inflected languages. Sorry it's the world's most popular liquor by volume selling more than ten billion with a b. leaders every year more than all the vodka and whisky in the world combined by you is a vast category of clear yet complex spirits that have played a prominent role in china's drinking culture since the dynasty. It's been cold light. You harsh alcohol or showed you burnt wine. Today is called baiju which translates to white spirits. In contrast to chinese fermented grain alcohols known has kwangju or yellow wine. It's usually distilled from for meant it sorghum. Although other grains can be used it is also strong like really strong running between eighty two hundred and twenty proof or between forty and sixty percent. alcohol brand. Names aren't as big a force in by shoe as they would be in the west where you might swear by jack daniels and never touch jim beam or you only drink hennessy. When you're out restaurants and families all do their own styles and it changes a lot. Regionally brand names. Her barely a factor. But i do want to mention one reaching fung. The brands only been around since two thousand. But it's declared itself the oldest distillery in china because its parent company stumbled upon the ruins of six year old facility when they were undergoing renovations in the ninety s. There technically correct the best kind of correct. Ju can be divided into six subcategories divided by their fragrances. Honey layered light rice sauce and thick. None of which would help me make a decision. If i was buying it in the shops it said that western pallets tend to favor the lighter and sweeter fragrances. And it's not very surprising. Baiju is rare in the us though you can find it in certain thoroughly stocked bars and it might be a while before it catches on people who have tried it often describe it as tasting like sweaty socks or rotten fruit and other things. That don't make me wanna reach for one. In other words to the uninitiated. it tastes weird at best. If we're gonna talk about spirits in asia we should probably address the elephant in the room or rather the snake lizard or baby mouse.

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What You Can Learn From a Happy Dog

The Daily Boost

04:38 min | 4 months ago

What You Can Learn From a Happy Dog

"Since it's Monday. I have to ask this question. It's probably more important this week than most of the year have you done your homework? Did you sit down? And check it on your world and see what's happening. Life. Going well for you and you keep it. That way is life maybe a challenge and you would like to change that. How are you GONNA do that? What are you focused on how your relationships is your job is your life. When you take a few minutes to think about that and to put a little effort, maybe five minutes hardly anything at all. It'll change your perspective about how you're living in. It will automatically I really mean that automatically move you in the direction that you think you wanna go because what you acknowledged that hey, this is good. This is bad. You're you're going to fix it right or make it better. It of something just happens that way. Once again, get my perfect week planner. It's a simple way to control your time and you control your time. You can control what effort you put into that time. It's motivation dot com it's free, go download the PDF watched the videos you know how to use it perfect week planner dot com is also where you can find it. So I'll tell you about a dog today I mean to my dogs I like dogs dogs a few years back. I got Levi. And Levi and Australian shepherd, and he's my agility dog take them out random and competition. He's a master agility champion now. In one of the organizations like twenty, five of them but I take them out all the time. So I play a lot. Spend a Lotta time with my dog and enclose a great dog but she's just kind of hound dog. So she doesn't do that kind of thing. I like my dogs. A lot of people like dogs. I have a friend. His name Jackson. Man I gotTA. Tell you. He's one of those friends that I look at them I. Wish it could be Jackson. is so consistent and he's so successful at what he does have you ever seen a friend like that before. That was a little bit jealous of it. I. Don't get Jealous Anymore in kind of maybe a little envious I'll be honest with you. It's like, okay. How do that so consistent so successful. He really does make me feel. Makes Mentor Carter I know I shouldn't be that way, but I can't help. But I think we're all that waits kind of natural and my view has always been. Well, if I arrive there I need to adjust that attitude right away and so I don't get very often anymore but sometimes a see he's talented people like But problem is Jackson's not the most talented. Is Not. He he doesn't necessarily work any harder. He really, he really doesn't he he he's one of those. Well he doesn't get real serious a real stuffy either. Looking enough. Win Or lose. Jackson always has a reason to celebrate. Although, he wins most of the time and then he takes an pm he's a dog Jackson's a dog. If you're an Australian shepherd you know. What I mean when I say the treat, the world as their trampoline majors bouncy they bounce bounce bounce Jackson bounces like nobody else win or lose. When I see him at a competition he ju- It doesn't matter what he does gets up there and he just Kinda does thing is not fast. Young jump pretty well he's. Not. It's not an exciting thing to watch but he always finishes and. oftentimes a wins and I might leave I. He loves Jackson. Through they compete in dog agility but but they love each other they just get along they bounced. Back and forth everything believe is different. He's a little bit more like me because I've got to train them that way I guess Levi likes to run. Fast. Because I like you run fast there is no see. I don't run just to qualify just to say, did I run to win I run for blue ribbons every single time it's built in. There's not one time in my life I've ever said listen. Let me just pull back and get you know get a prize. No I'm going to go for the Blue I'M GONNA win. COSCO AT crash crashing vernal ought to do that. When I win it's a good thing but Levi does the same thing he goes and he wins tunnel ribbons affect many times we moved out of the competition out of a certain category and if you think God you're gone because now I can win ribbons. Many Times as gotten I and yet he he didn't get a qualification. He needed to go on to the next level because you have to qualify. If do certain things even though he was the fastest their styles are really different. Jackson just kind of bounces along. That's there is to Levi on either hands I'm going to blow it up I'm gonNA. Hit Hard. We'd go to get run fast dad can I go faster? Very different. But both dogs and frankly both owners both handlers as we call him. We run for one reason. It's fun. That's it. Both dogs only run for one reason because they get to run and play with their their owners. They're just enjoying the process they get to go in the ring and run and have just nothing but fun. And we get enjoy that funds. Have you never played with the dog at that level you you're missing something.

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"ju" Discussed on Song Exploder

Song Exploder

05:48 min | 4 months ago

"ju" Discussed on Song Exploder

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Darnell L. Moore: Queer Spirituality

LGBTQ&A

03:56 min | 5 months ago

Darnell L. Moore: Queer Spirituality

"Know it was not until reading your book that I learned the full extent of the role that religion has played in your life, and you even have a masters and the logical studies from Princeton theological seminary. That's high. Did you think we're going to become a minister? Yeah I. I was a church boy. I should also be very clear that I was a church boy who maintained at the allergy that was queer antagonistic even as I was coming into myself as a queer person? Carter. The reason why I went to seminary was was to be able to have to be a space. where I could ask the of questions that I did not necessarily feel empowered are safe enough to ask within the churches that I had been part of. So I went to seminary because I'm like at least I can be here and like lift up all of this sort of Aquarius ask questions that I have about what I'm being taught and I always say that seminary really saved me my ability to push back against what I consider to be violent the allergies theologies that kill kill. The spirit and which can often lead at least in my case, two incidences of suicidal ideation because you're taught to believe that God who is love somehow withhold their love from you. So yeah, I went there to really save myself and was saved by being in a space where I could actually descent and critiqued at the allergies and all the things that have been taught and today Ju- subscribe to organized religion or is it just more general? Yeah. I, mean I've not been editor in. Cash because people know that I am I consider myself spiritual I. consider myself as someone who maintains a big vast understanding of like. It but not connected to any denomination. I'm invited sometimes the preach which is interesting but even I think my interpretation of the Gospel or at least a message that our offer are much more grounded are shaped by Justice and love for those that would otherwise be kept out of that love within Chris in some Christian traditions I think like one of the saddest parts I guess for me I'll say, sad of Christianity and other religions not accepting people is that on the whole people I think want these things we are a very spiritual. Yeah I mean there's this idea that somehow you. Had to be transferred non binary to be to be sexually ushered in not just the US. But around the world is somehow not be a person who does not have. Thoughts ideas, connections to spirit to guide to God's to religious traditions to practices. I mean, took a lot for me to leave the church that was that was family for me but I wasn't willing to be in a space that was harming me even even if I loved all of those things even while I missed all of those traditions. In this current moment that is bonkers and only seems to grow more. So every day. That a fair assessment, it is a US. I can't get rid of the bags under my eyes because at night I'm just like another show has happened I I need a glass of whisky to borrow a we're talking about Christianity. You know folk are so afraid about internal damnation of what we might call a hell. For many people living under the conditions of anti-black violence of Queer and Trans antagonisms legislated the caging. That is happening to undocumented people. The political rhetoric that is no longer rhetoric always been rhetoric. You know there's always been sort of white supremacist ideology. Always, we always have those systems but. It's just absolutely absolutely as you said bonkers and for many people, you WanNa talk about Hell for a lot of people. This is what that feels like it is daunting.

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Why some dems dislike Reid Hoffman

Reset

05:58 min | 5 months ago

Why some dems dislike Reid Hoffman

"Might, be here at recode centers on tech billionaires who they are, what drives them, and what exactly they spend their fortunes on. And these days one answer to that last question is politics. So I, try and chart the gusher of billionaire money flowing. Into American. Elections. Often in secret. Joining me on the show today here is my editor at recode, Sam, open hey sam hey teddy. So last week, we published a story from you about one of these billionaires read men, the founder of Lincoln Board member of Microsoft, a major democratic political donor. So I think this conversation is a chance for us to talk about why out of the many people in Silicon Valley could be covering why did we focus on hosman? He's not really a household name the way that Mark Zuckerberg are Jeff Bezos are let's talk about what makes him an interesting character in Silicon Valley. Yeah I mean he someone who? Has. A ton of. Money. But more. So is one of these people who sees himself as a quote unquote thought? Leader Right. He sort of coins terms that are used in startup land. He has a podcast which has tons of listeners and he's basically sort of cultivated this image as one of the good guys of silicon. Valley. And in the last four years, he's taken his billions of dollars net worth and decided that he wants to become the tip of the spear of Silicon, Valley's to oust trump and he's doing exactly that Nacho spending his own money but sort of serving as a port of call for all Silicon Valley so that's why we thought focused on Reid Hoffman. As a way to talk about the bigger story, which is the politicization and the new partisan ethos that has taken over tech over the last four years. One of the things that we talk about early in the story as we talk about his donor table and I think that gets at this idea that. He's Gathering his fellow billionaires to take action as well. So can you tell us a little bit more about the donor table and how it works and this big money machine? He's created for Democrat politics in. Silicon. Valley sure. So Hoffman is not just putting his own considerable net worth into this. A lot of the secret sauce of political fundraising that happens you know oftentimes in the dark at private meetings is the art of getting other rich people to do the same thing. As you to create leverage. This is someone who started linked in all about creating social networks to drive professional change and stuff like that. So Hoffman has basically created this donor table, which is a fancy way of saying a bunch of his rich friends getting together to fund the same stuff. So Hoffman has some political help and there are people who are other billionaires who maybe don't have fulltime political help who turned Hoffman they say, Hey, read what are you funding? Can I? Get Out essentially and read in turn will frequently challenge other Billionaires Ju to do the same thing. So sort of what this creates is this network of rich people were funding. The same nonprofits are the same super pacs or the same candidates behind the scenes and what the ends up creating is some organization really well funded others don't and no one really knows this donor table exists, but it's sort of is how big money politics works, which is you know without full Disclosure and accountability and transparency. But read is sort of the node of this new political network something I'd like us to talk a little bit more about is you know there are billionaires all over the country on both sides of the political aisle pouring money into the twenty twenty election and you know I think it's important to cover silicon valley in the billionaires here. Can you explain a little bit more why Silicon Valley is of particular note why are we focusing on? Tech Billionaires. People Reid. Hoffman when we cover politics and money in two thousand twenty. So at the core of read bins takeover of the Silicon Valley money machine is this tension that re dispensing millions of dollars to house trump and yet lots of Democrats hate him and the reason is Hoffman doesn't just want to fund the Democratic Party in the traditional ways he wants to fund Democratic Party in a very silicon valley way funding start-ups that might compete with the democratic establishment. Of State Democratic parties which are the backbone of the National Democratic infrastructure. Hoffman has basically declared a war on the Democratic Party establishment and that sort of has obviously made a lot of Democrats. uncomfortable. He's willing to fund things that push the envelope that some people have ethical concerns over. It's not as easy as well. Re Hoffman spending his fortune to hours trump. There's a lot of uneasiness about him and that makes them a fascinating character the fact that how? Democrats. Both accept his money with open arms and celebrate him. As you know a bore against what he sees a fascist threat at the same time, he's being very critical people who've made their entire careers about being a professional democratic political operative and a lot of ways. Obviously, this gets at a broader criticism of Silicon Valley, which is the respect expertise. They think they know everything I think a lot of Democrats feel that way about Silicon Valley in. But SORT MINNESOTA symbolize this bigger debate about whether any of these silicon valley people know what they're talking about when they enter a field that is not business.

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Interview with Amy Dresner

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

05:13 min | 5 months ago

Interview with Amy Dresner

"I'm your host Angela Pugh we are recording in my home away from home. Sunny. Hollywood California although it's not very sunny yet it looks like. It's getting there our guest today I'm so excited about this. I just met amy she's fantastic. She's so much fun Amy Dresner. She's a former professional stand up comic and she has this fabulous book. I can't wait to read called my fair junkie a memoir of getting dirty and staying clean and that is available on audiobook to which I just found out, which is my favorite. So I will definitely be getting it as soon as we are done with this podcast. So Amy, welcome to the show. Thank you so much for being here I. Thanks for having me. I'm really awesome to meet you in person. I'm glad. Yeah Right. God. You're not glad you're here and I'm not doing this podcast by myself. So I was thinking with your personality, you should have a podcast of God. And everyone has a podcast. I'm time for a podcast You know I'm doing a lot of book promotion and a lot of podcast like yours people people other writers are like teasing me. They're like, are you on a podcast? Thirty it's embarrassing. So I actually made a meam of Colonel Puff Puff my cat going up you're on another podcast for your book please tell me more. So, what other stuff have you been doing promoting the book? Not Just Interviews readings I did a couple book fairs Best places for people to find your book. I'd say Amazon, it's Barnes and noble online. It's on target online nice but Barnes and noble in stores online everyone seems to be buying on Amazon. It's on india-bound. It's on fit? Amazon. Is probably going to own the world pretty soon. If they keep doing same day delivery like I will never leave my house to shop again. Yeah. That was the problem I think with the book. was them trying to push for a pre sales like addicts don't want deferred gratification? You know what I mean. So there I am like pushing. preorder book is like three months away and everyone's like No like they want. Order Yeah you know addicts one instant gratification me with audiobook. There you go. That's says they've never has never seen something like that. With my book, they've seen a one to one ratio of the paper of the of the hardcover audiobook. Me On a podcast and they downloaded immediately. Yes. The. Other part of it is audio. We were talking about this a little bit before we started recording audio is so easy because I can hit play on my phone and I can walk out of my house in it'll play I walk in the House it POPs up on my Bluetooth. Speaker. When I get in my car pops up on my car you're very electronically organized not I I'm I'm Ju Yeah I'm not tech people in general. Speaking for myself not other Jews. We're not that great at that's up except when I was a tweaker I had a little I had some good stuff it'll. Yeah and I was good at taking apart electric's. Fixing them just taking them apart in. Do you really need to fix them once? and. Now I'M GONNA go for a series deal based on the book, which is Super Super Exciting. Okay. What will that look like eyebrow? Oh come on as a little something. Okay. It's based on the book correct. So So based on a true story. Yeah. It's based on the book and I really want the opportunity to be involved in in the writing and I really want the opportunity to do a TV show that shows. Addiction. How it really is Not just these destructive monsters that were sensitive and needy and that we you know it's not celebrity rehab wherever was puking in garbage cans and fighting, and you know that's a part of it but it's like you I don't think there's been I've been I've been watching Patrick Melrose. I can't watch like I'm trying to watch at one of my good girlfriends. Told me about it she is hooked and I. Watch it but here it's so hard for me because of the needles like there's go to in the beginning. Yeah. When I when I started it and the first thing was a Syringe, my heart was like. Were you an IV drug user I? Well, I, was in such a chick was and I still have like of lick a visceral reaction needles and we spend maybe fifteen years since I've shot drugs right But my I have a weird sort of like it's like excitement and kind of repulsion nausea at the same time. But my body remembers I. See it my body goes crew. Is Wife's up wanting watching intervention because that's why I stopped it stopped it was to actually what triggering me freaking me out to show. She told me about that show and I started watching those are the that goes away that's beginning Kelly I can't watch this why I stopped watching out beginning it goes later it becomes more about is abusive childcare becomes. Because this is part. Don't tell me one TV show. That that really shows addiction the way it

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Have You Forgotten Your Friends?

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

04:37 min | 5 months ago

Have You Forgotten Your Friends?

"By, the end of this hour we're hoping to inspire you to pick up the phone and reconnect with a friend. You've lost touch with just a phone call, but hopefully a new start for your friendships and hopefully those of you who haven't made the call in six years ten years twelve will get the nerve from this show to pick up the. Phone and reconnect as one woman wrote us a true best friend nurtures the soul and that couldn't be more Trooper Anna and Regina their bond save their lives during World War Two they help each other survived the Nazi death camps and they were only young girls at the time, and now as women they a bond that so strong they consider themselves sisters. I came into the camp was eleven was nineteen, ninety, two I was a long line I don't know why. CAN'T And side. Little go nothing. It was the beginning of a friendship that would last for sixty years in the midst of death and suffering in the concentration camps of Poland and Germany. They were two little girls reaching out for each other that was looking for somebody. To. Be Nice because I didn't have no matter no more I didn't have no fad I. didn't have no family look for each other one could. We're not supposed to go from one back to the other sometimes I, would go in they say hi and then she would be afraid they're going to do something to me. She would succeed give up give out the two girls were separated several times when one girl was shipped to another camp heard it like animals onto cattle, cars, but fate drew them together each time we'll want so many cans wouldn't again too wide. Say Anything of course we should communicate. Was, then to Bruce I had. Half Time. So I was. So Hang I was yanked I needed food. Sites. To Steal from the dog, Regina had smuggled a loaf of bread with her and even though she was hungry, Regina risked her life to share it with her friend. When I saw I rapped the play. Talwar to hey. And votes. killed. I forgive put we went to well. I so what? People just Within weeks they were scheduled to be guest but liberation came I lost in the chaos they never knew if they would see each other again they were separated once more they both married and began families, and after years apart fate Ju- them together again, they discover dot only had they both resettle in the united. States. But actually we're living in the same Boston neighborhood just blocks from each other. Clam to the same street. Trout Chink hours so We're boats that shock. After the war was over a wonderful friends, their friendship grew deeper as the years passed we cannot sit and talk about those things to allow the people's because even even to my kids, this is the bond between us. It's concentration. Can I cherish? Come forget what? What fifty sixty years. If I before she dies before we we're gonNA still love each out. And an-and Regina stories featured in the book. Best Friends. Now, where's Judy night duty I, hear you had a best friend since you were what? By five five years old but you haven't seen each other more than thirty. Thirteen thirty years, thirty years really cracked and the reason for that is. We just don't find the time. I. Guess We make excuses for it and we've just never. Merged our time together to make it work. What you do talk you do communicate we communicate through letters. We've been pound pals for over forty years. and. Where does she live and where you live she lives in like Huntington, New York and I live in Naperville Illinois. Wow. Never a Greyhound bus between you. Never, would you recognize her if you saw her on the street I would hope so through photographs but I don't know. What does she look like? Last. I knew she had long blond hair. Very pretty face does she look like anybody here? Not that I see right now okay. Stand up look around take the audience know. Right there. Say. Anti.

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The CEO of Team Secret on Dota 2 & Team League Models

BIG Esports Podcast

06:09 min | 6 months ago

The CEO of Team Secret on Dota 2 & Team League Models

"So can you talk about like the you know the foundation of take grit out is different to say traditionally sports organization you know how the how the play is kind of at the center of everything. Sure sure you know when I look out in the ecosystem and not everything is like this right but a lot of teams are It's a it's kind of split where a lot of teams are player own operated in lead right which which is really good for content creation engaging with the community that kind of thing but usually like on the business side economy falters. And then you know you have a lot of new entrance into east sportswear. It's a very traditional business executive-led right whether it's you know a private Equity Company that invests eastwards. Put say a leader in place or someone from traditional. Traditional. Media The comes in place and weeds on these sports team. Where connection to the fan base in the audience is not so great. And generalizing here, right there's all different kinds of other other models I'm for us. We kind of saw this happening and what we wanted to do was to say, okay, you know, I, come from a background of traditional business. I can come run the business, build the business, but we wanted to also have very authentic and have a huge amount of player lead influence into how we build the brand into how he engaged with the fan base and the community and so that's why you know working with the DOE team has kind of foundation we said, let's build out team secret originally adopted team, but we can expand the business. We can build it into an actual business rather than just a, you know a player T-. Even today you know we. on the business side, you know run the business but on the ownership front we have some players that have ownership in the business and are also involved in the day today activities. You know we've been lucky enough to have on the PODCAST and scraped content with a few kind of like OJ's is the industry especially you know you had. We've had God's. All the you know he's being paramount in in a lot of commentary and building the same globally and we had pay p day kind like the shining light out of trying to build anymore it's America We've had unloader from Sweden as well and I guess you guys have another one especially, which is in the interim with poppy. So I'd love to I'd love to talk from your perspective around a lot of my discussion with paper day especially was around the business structure of the way that daughter to works versus are other Games. So there's like an article that came out about a Singapore tame, which is just disbanded was like the the shining stuff out of that region and. One of the major reasons they said that it that it disbanded his Ju to just a lack of understanding or the lack of support from valve in the to infrastructure it's it's you know it's great presence and cradle content around how you know the DOJ to international is the largest single single price police boats tournament. You know thirty plus million dollars in the first place team will often walk away with ten million dollars in the pocket and it's fantastic. You Ajay and you win those inter but it's it's not great if you don't qualify for the international or you know if you want to rely on something other than simply pros money so be interested in talking about. How do you say that the dietary market obviously guys legal agents Tuesday say by Candidate that franchise very strict model of detaining applying onset and Thomson indicts. You've got all that structure heady. This is done until you, which is just really all over the place but but massive priciples. Yeah I mean I think there are pros and cons of both models I think in. League of legends at the the model tends to be more Even across more equitable across tons of opportunities where all the teams and I think in Doda, it's very much like feast or famine I if you know. If you look at all the teams right from previously is it's like. Either you're a top four team and you. kind of break even or slash make a small profit or you're not a top four team and you're just like losing money all the time. Basically note right and it's like the the price was a little bit of a Mirage because. In Doda, the majority, the vast majority of the price will go to the players and this is not knock on the players because I think the players are super telling that they deserve everything that they that they earn right But outside of price full, there's not a huge amount of other opportunities except for direct sponsorship. For teams actually drive right and you need teams because you know. Not every player is like some players are very mental to be in contact creators influences on all that stuff but the vast majority players I know just WanNa, play I. WanNa play, and so in order for Doda and Doda brands to to build into sort of products. And to market the players into engage and build the audience and do all these things. You'd Orquesta do that right? Because the players are not going to do it themselves and they didn't WanNa do themselves they want to they want they WANNA play right? They want to figure out strategies they want perfect game. And so you need to have an ecosystem around as supporting structure around that to be able to enable them to do that as well as. Create this product around Doda so that the fans can engage in consume it. And I think the I think the finances did the structure Doda is is dangerous because you know the the the kitchen seen not not super well supported even in the tier one scene beyond top four teams I don't think you're doing too well. and you'd see you know teams exit. You see teams go in and out. I'm for these reasons because it's like you either you're winning all the time and you're kind of stable from that because you have some price earnings or. You know you're just like middle of the pack number seven, number, eight, I, I don't think you're doing too well. You're really relying on brand sponsorships and things

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Author Chat With Suzanne Park

Books and Boba

05:35 min | 6 months ago

Author Chat With Suzanne Park

"So we're here, which is the park, the author of the perfect escape and low that first sight. Thank you Suzanne for joining us today. Thanks for having me. This is gonNA. Be Really Fun. I hope. Okay. Ask You all your deepest darkest secrets on this past summer. Little nervous. Person To make fun. So. A little bit about where you're from. Well. I was born and raised in. Tennessee. So in a town right outside of Nashville. At the time. Of the town didn't have that many non. Mostly, just white people at this in this town and I think slowly Shirley over the years they've increased it to about three percent. A pretty. Pretty. Big Waves are making their but Yeah. So I was born and raised in this town, but we did most of my schooling in Nashville. So. Yeah, eighteen years of my life spent. In the south. Are you also living in Tennessee right now or have you relocated. Yes. So after After high school I moved to New York for school, and then after that moved to Los Angeles for Grad School so I've moved. To those two cities in then found a position in Seattle and lived there for a number of years in the move to La. About. Eight years ago so I consider L. A. my home now but definitely have I still have a lot of friends. In Nashville and I do like to go visit. We kind of had the same trajectory because I'm from Georgia. And then I went to school in New York and then I moved to La and now I'm here. I totally understand when when people ask where are you from? I'm like I don't know I'm from like four different places so. And I've lived in a at least all of those places for a number of years. So New York, I was there for seven years for in La collectively I was there. Twice that I've moved here over ten if you combine everything and then Seattle also along time so up. So I consider all the my home to some degree but yet Nashville I do consider like my hometown. You had the opposite I was born in Toronto and then moved to L., A., and I've been here since. An immaterial house one psalm barely Canadian. About delay wondered about like like what does that feel that? Place. I. Mean. One is for your entire life living cities. I've lived in DC lived in San. Diego. But. I've spent at least twenty five years of my life in La specifically in San Gabriel. Surrounded by Asians all the sites. In Georgia and Tennessee. Is there anything about Tennessee that YOU MISS I'm this the food. Something I. It's true and even when in La, you really can't find good southern food I. Mean you fine food that is like southern adjacent, but it's not the meeting threes in it's not. Just. The just the type of food they have there's just hardier and it tastes how main I guess I just really appreciate that either foods and when I go back home we you know I love just eating southern food like shrimp and grits in. Whatever? Put it all on my plate biscuits gravy. If you can let you get a lot of fancy shops making southern food. Yes. That's right. I mean Collard Greens are not too fancy and yet somehow they add all these ingredients that make it almost too fancy and I'm like it's Turnip Greens like. It shouldn't have all these. It shouldn't have eighteen ingredients in it but but somehow the the the La way of doing it in it's also. Very, organic in. Raw when you eat it. So both of your books are set in Seattle. And you said that you're now in La do plan to write a book set in. La Anytime soon. One of my books, the one I'm riding for release next year the Young Adult Book Coming Out Ju I'm twenty, twenty one that one is partly in La. In. That book is about A. Social Media DICTA teenager who shipped off by your parents to go to digital detox camp in Iowa. So the beginning part is placed is end La, and you have a little bit of La. some some discussions about just the environment there when she shipped off, you can see the contrast of it though of so partly I guess the La based and that that's been a lot of fun to write because it really had the opportunity to write about both what I know about l.. A. In love about La but then also go with the stark contrast her being on this in this detox camp that's on a farm and Harketting through a fine. Yeah. the smaller town feels. So I've enjoyed that one a lot

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Generations of progress for women and girls at risk due to COVID

UN News

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

Generations of progress for women and girls at risk due to COVID

"The UN secretary general on Monday called for a major push to prevent years even generations of progress towards the full empowerment to women and girls from being lost to covid nineteen in the dress to virtual town hall bringing together civil, society organizations and turn your guitarist said, the pandemic had already reverse decades of limited and fragile progress on gender equality and women's rights without a concerned response. We risk losing a generational more of gains. He cautioned the UN chief undisclosed, the vital role played by women as healthcare workers, essential staff teachers, and carers helping millions globally both within and outside their homes. However few get the recognition or rights though they're ju-. Amid disturbing reports from around the world skyrocketing gender-based violence, he said many women were effectively confined with abuses while resources and support services are redirected.

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Look Younger With Leeches  Dr. Nidia Diaz

The Get Foxy Show

05:01 min | 6 months ago

Look Younger With Leeches Dr. Nidia Diaz

"It's the get foxy show once again, Jerry Fox here this time with Dr Nidia Diaz. Thank you so much for taking the time out of your busy schedule to talk to us today. It's quite an honor. Thank you very much Mr Fox you bet, well, you're an acupuncturist I'm an acupuncturist. We are Chinese medicine. Practitioners. This is this is one of the reasons why I wanted to have you on the show is because we've got some things in common. I. I study Aesthetic Facial Cosmetic Acupuncture you're also schooled in this as well. And what drew me to ask you to be on this show? Was I found out? That you are a rare practitioner in Kuroda therapy. Can you tell the listeners what that is and how that all plays into what you're doing? Well reto therapy not to shock everyone, but it's live leeches. Lives, Wrigley Very. Beautiful Gentle Leeches and they've been used since the dawn of time as a form of medicine and currently are FDA approved does medical device. So, what I've done is I've combined the two. Of this bio inject. Let's say on top of acupuncture points. To create really amazing results. How in the world discount about did you when you grew up when you were growing up, did you think you're going to become an acupuncturist who worked with leeches or how how did this all fall into place for you? Well I grew up in New York in Chinatown was one of my favorite places to go exploring and. I had already had already like just imagined. You know life as a physician ever since I was little massaging my dad's feed every night. and. The mystique of eastern medicine just you know. Interested me and my name Nidia being you know similar to the word India also but meet to just you know that sort of eastern culture a really enjoyed that aspect in. When I found my calling I was like, yeah, that's it. I'm totally into. Oriental. Medicine therapies and what have you? And did you end up going to a specific school in New York or word where did your Pathway Ju? I went to the second oldest acupuncture school which was in. Pinellas Park Florida. and Luckily we had three out of the three hundred PhD Professors in the world. that. Were Doctors of Oriental Medicine with that sort of PhD level of training. So I felt really lucky that I got to complete my doctor and Oriental Medicine Degree those four years at that school. And afterwards, I did still feel like I needed a little bit more. So I decided to to make a journey to Asia and travel to over twenty five foreign countries in search of quote unquote the cure. And brought back leeches. To me is absolutely amazing, you'd think that. Sounds is okay. I'm going to go out to these these other countries and really sit at the feet of semesters and learn amazing knowledge. And it comes down to Leeches. Yep. That's how. That's so brilliant. So. Why is it that leeches are so good for aesthetic facial acupuncture how to to? Mesh Well. They are FDA approved for Venus Congestion And the reality is that they suck up eighty percent lymph fluid. Not, blood. When they feed, it's only a little bit of blood. So, with aesthetics, you have a lot of signs of aging that have to deal with lymphatic stagnation like double. Chin. Sagging Giles. That bloated moon phase you know all of that so By applying these medicinal Leeches, you get to drain literally drain the excess fluid that surrounds like. The jaw line, the neck area. You can even see a difference in the puffiness underneath the is above the eyelids just because you have less emphatic stagnation. So I I think it's amazing.

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"ju" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"ju" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Holiday and on my scale of one to twenty three ju ju bees it's now up to eighteen point five mile about them apples nine forty five speaking of numbers like that okay let's do the forecast where are we right now and I've got the seven day in front of me and a couple of dates of snow that you need to know about one is Saturday rain and snow but on Monday good chance of sticking snow according to the folks in the weather center so we'll be watching that very closely as it gets closer forty three for a high today maybe a few sprinkles and then tonight mostly cloudy the thirty two and then Friday tomorrow hide your thirty eight in Chicago this morning we have thirty degrees at o'hare and the wind chill is fifteen and in sports the bear certainly remember week one is the rematch for the Packers gets a little bit closer in the Blackhawks try to snap a two game losing skid and traffic is sponsored by Amazon a lost dog a lost cause re catching Murphy the latest book from the Associated Press available now exclusively at Amazon dot com easing up on the road six specially the even see up on Kennedy the inbound trip those still suffer Montrose in forty eight minutes from o'hare from the Edens about forty minutes immunized hours an hour from three ninety forty five minutes from Mannheim inbound Stevenson forty five from the tri state the Ryan okay along with the bishop Ford fifty seven lake shore drive still the tied into Belmont I merry band about the data traffic center remind you to drive responsibly it really is a matter of life or death okay you know how it feels when you've saved enough for that long awaited home addition now imagine in addition on that addition that's the feeling with Capital One renew savings account earns an interest rate five times the national average that's right five times as represented by five times more singers this is banking reimagine capital one what's in your wallet terms apply comparison based on FDIC national right Capital One N. A. member FDIC the baby babbling doesn't mean much they're testing out vowels and consonants and trying different and by twelve months battling is beginning to take on especially if there's no babbling at all little to no babbling by twelve months or later is just one of the possible signs of autism in children learn more and autism speaks dot org brought to you by autism speaks and the ad council hi this is Martina McBride online news social media and texting available twenty four seven the world seems to be spinning faster and faster every day and it can be overwhelming sometimes we just need to unplug and take a break from our electronic devices you can help reduce stress and allow us to reflect on the things that are really important in our lives this message brought to you courtesy of the United States airforce.

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"ju" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

10:13 min | 1 year ago

"ju" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"Maybe the actor. I liked the least in this movie because of later on his decision of how to show fear literally bite his fingernails. I I call that one out myself. I was like I cannot believe you're gonNA put your fingers to your lips to convey that is comical but again maybe Chamisa was okay with that I thought was cool is technically even though. The actor doesn't have it. I think this segment as a really good lighting effect to show how he gets possessed what basically is established here is that he leaves his family one seemingly don eventful day and comes home to find out that they're all going to reenact the cocoa murder. Yeah I thought this segment was interesting because it hinted that Takeo the husband details husband who was killed on the street. Like he's going to be avenging ghost and again. I don't think that ever really plays out except for the segment but yeah that cool shadow effect. CNBC possessed and then later on that high pitch sound that we all debated like. was I just youtube batting coating or that. Actually when they say they like here. It's obviously in the film like this high pitched frequency. And I'm like Oh that's going to be to Cao's towel. But this is really only his segment. He'd Noggin really show up until the very end. Yeah and I. You know what I realized. Lynch does some of this stuff to. It wasn't until I saw this movie again. This viewing that I realized what must be the influence I mean all Chamisa. Whoever talks about is Friday the thirteenth and Elm Street? Oh there's so much twin peaks here. Yes she's wrapped in plastic mystic. At one point I mean it really is but in sound design and all of these cues certainly the way that the new season of twin peaks was structured. There's a kinship in the way that they will will tackle this genre. They liked to abstract and find horror in the dark spaces in seemingly mundane room. I look forward to the movie where he ends each segment with a musical number Now with a musical number but this segment ends with the Toshio popping up and Kazumi me. The wife is dying on the bed and the husband again. It's just a really cool lighting effect of bad acting but the curious Caro on his face changes as you can see it darkening. The lighting technician is doing the acting that the actor cannot do realize that yes. What is replaying here is a crime? I'm and that everyone will play a role in this. He even starts mentioning when his sister had told me stops by his wife had another man. She deceived me that this is not my a child. They're a childless couple. So we definitely know at this point that this Tocchet overly speaking through him wondered what he told me would think of all of this. Listen she doesn't have too much time to think about it. No but she has the best segment the one thing I remembered from this movie I was like what was in Juwan. I I remember liking it pretty well and I remember this one segment of this girl running to her bed and cocoa POPs out in the sheets. That was all that I could remember over the way that yeah that sheet inflates and start rising up. ooh It's good. It is the best thing in this movie. It is comparable to the curse descending the stairs this kind of creepy scary. I think it's really the winner. That kind of helps me and the part of this movie that I don't feel are effectively creepy. This one is a winner had told Oh me right in the middle of the movie we see the sister of this guy possessed at work. She makes a phone call that we heard the social worker here earlier letting us know no timeframe watermark so that we can start to see how these stories all intertwine and at work. I've got to say if he ever have been if you work doc in an office or something and you stay late. It is creepy like after hours in a place where you normally see dozens if not hundreds of people and suddenly you're the only one they're going to the bathroom bathroom a scary place. I find it peaceful. Actually maybe it speeds will do definitely have been creeped out exploring darkened areas that seem being very unassuming during the daytime. And I just think that this yeah starting here in the ladies room this is just a great stalker. Kill at the person next to her pounding on the stall. She thinks she's talking on the phone while in the store which is gross. Don't ever do that people. Yeah there's just something about that hair that flowing doing black hair when it starts poking out of that stall and she drops her little teddy bear danged ler offer purse and runs away. Yeah this stuff is good. I liked that I. I wished there was more animation to the black shadow that came out. It kind of reminded me of silhouette in grade school and then just like sliding it out on a stick but but I like her fear. I think there's better. The actor Blanket Suez I hits. Home is good. She sells me on all of this. Yeah you want more of her but of course this movie he is not going to give you a last girl. There is no last girl in this universe. Yeah but there's a lot of good things with this segment. She's scared wrapped up in that blanket in bed and watching the news. Who's a Matt Starts Coaching? And of course it's going to distort that news woman's face so it's all monstrous looking like a a again nice little effective things. That are a nervy me. I'm not getting scared by it. But definitely creepy and I thought it was telling me the croke was actually a repeated. Sound off the television because when the news woman's face gets all distorted it starts going This movie makes you pay attention to sound designed very intently. Like even when she comes home they had this great bit where she's going up on the elevator. Her we see Toshio looking at her on every floor she gets inside she closes the door. She pours herself a glass of water. I'm drinking the water. I'm like my hearing the croke. What does that sound like? I'm over stimulated by any little noise like I just waiting to hear that things strike and it's because so minimalist. Yeah and like you said with Toshio like out of this little corner window and the elevator repeat over and over there are always doing that. There's always this little flash as a character will turn will see Toshio uh-huh and then they'll go to look for real and there's nothing there I like how you just have these little things floating in and out of the frame yeah. They've taken sort of the dream imagery stuff stuff that I've always liked about street even when I didn't like the movies. But we give that ELM street callback where like she answers the house phone and her brothers supposedly downstairs Ding Qingdong. Somebody's at the door. She opens it. It does everything but stick tongue out and liquor on phase. I mean they know that that stuff was always the best part of Elm Street and they've incorporated incorporated in a very minimalist. They don't need to do the special effects and again just sound effects just to Croak just deal here and there I wish the rest of the segments agreements were as good as this one is what I can say I agree completely. I do like the in bed scare. And that's the end scare. They save the best for last and and I'm just praying for bedbugs if I'm like. Please be some insects in my bed and gay Oko but she finds that Teddy Bear I you know like she opens her hand. She no she dropped that in the bathroom. She knows somebody put it in her hand there. Yeah great stuff and then we move onto Toyoma yeah. This one feels longer than I. I think it's about five minutes longer than any other segment and this movie and it's really because tell ya take so long to get into this picture. Really isn't his segment for about half of it. I we've gotTa have these two police officers searching the house trying to interview Rica about what she saw there with. Toshio in Arne to your point where you're struggling okay. Is this the same aim actor from that last segment is are these the same cops that we've seen already from those vhs segments those direct to video movies. I don't think they are but twee. Tom was going to get called out. He did the the original investigation on the house. Yeah I mean sometimes these character names are the same but different actors or playing them. It's not a seamless world. I I mean keep in mind. This couple has the same name as the ones that the white got possessed and kill the husband with a frying pan last time. So in some cases it's not a sequel redo its a rethink the reinterpreting characters. They introduced in curse in new ways in grudge but the suspense kind of goes away for a while. Some of the time spent with Rica in the hospital and having to tell her story and some of it is with these cops eventually finding their way to the original investigating officer in the book interesting choice. It was a woman and she had retired in part because she wasn't getting respect in the workplace and it was even some kind of indication that maybe that's why she didn't get killed five years ago and all of the Macho cops. We're taking credit for that case of COCO's murder house. She was quietly in the background ignored and thus she's been able to live five more years when everyone else connected to that case is dead here. It's a man it's the Yuji Toyama was Toyoma in the curse films. No okay so. This isn't one of the cops that was involved in the cop that went crazy and all of that but we never saw coco's investigation. It's not those cops that was different crimes and keep in mind. We've seen several different investigations of the same. Okay okay. Yeah one from the school at the missing jaw Yeah he did the original one and he's with his young daughter. WHO's maybe like eight years old? This is a zoo me right. who were going to catch up with when she's like eighteen? Yes yeah they'll do a little weird David Lynch Ian Time Flip thing because this character will eventually decide what seems like in a matter of hours that he made a mistake can retiring and needs to go. Burn down this house. He's left alone with the camera footage of Khatami at the office and he actually gets a stare down from. Ko K- Oko says. I'm coming for you. Because when she comes out of that bathroom the footage blurred originally. But now it's clear and she walked right up to the Cameron's and sticks her eyes out through the TV. She's looking right there. She's telling him. Yeah you got away with it for five years. But I'm coming for you. He needs to do something something preemptively and you know what why not make this more of a thing. Maybe it was budget. I in the book it felt like trying to burn down. This house was much more exciting much. More climactic active. Many more. Things happened this time instead..

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"She gets to go to a house and check in on an old lady whose regular caseworker as stopped coming nets subtly telling US already that bodies have already been dropping and what she finds a house overrun with litter and an old woman. Totally alone clawing on the ground. Where can I find somebody to come in? Clean my house to take care of my Lady Lady. A Japanese social workers. That's what they'll do one of the things I noticed to again building that mystery. And what's going on like it. Seems like there's a lot of of mattresses because they sleep on the floor and Japan. It looks like but the sleeping bags and they they all have these stains. We're GONNA find out there. Were other people in that. House is stains from their bodies. But there's lots of little things. I'm paying attention to as we enter into this House I agree. It's kind of fun just being in I mean. I don't know how a traditional Japanese House looks doc. So like what I found out Chamisa said as he picked his neighborhood Naree. Because it's old like the style of house would have been popular fifty sixty eight years before it is in no way modern which I guess in retrospect with the sliding doors and screens and all of that you sense that it looks like ancient Japan. Yeah in that makes sense culturally because I know a thing in Japan is like anything that gets to be one hundred years old gets possessed by a ghost like yeah. This House is an older house so you just have ghosts in it. I guess like I listen to this whole podcast about how the house he marketed Japan. It's the opposite where the longer you live. In a house. The more depreciates and yeah because they believe things hot stuff there after one hundred years and this couple. That's in here. Their new the token nugas are probably only a few weeks into of this. Well eventually find out their story in the second chapter here but this is not the case of what it looks like. If we had never seen any previous juon movie we you might just think Oh. This poor woman is being neglected probably by the social worker probably by her children. You know this is a common problem frankly in the modernization of Japan and as women and men go into the workforce the whole model was someone stayed home and took care of grandma and the children at at the same time so it was a multi generational home and now children and grandma. Yeah they could end up in a situation as dire as you see. Sachi is in this is to me a replay. Though of the schoolteacher from Juon the curse yeah and going into the House doing a welfare check that that one was a teacher checking on a student. This is a social worker checking on an old lady but same house. Same kind of thing where you go. You see the little child so to me. This feels just like retread. We'll by the end of this. You're going to have a teacher going to look on. Toshio it does feel like a soft reboot. That is something thing I noticed like. They're not gonNA retail that first movie but they have little elements here in there. That are nods do it yeah. That's not a bad idea. Really because a lot of people aren't you said some people we're just not gonNa WanNa Watch a movie that looks like curse one or two so why not just Kinda set them up here by doing similar things. All sequels follow elements of the previous previous installments. So yes I'm okay with it but I recognized it as well. It felt like okay. We know exactly what's about to happen in this house. The only thing that is different is that yeah. That's an old lady here now. It's not Toshio. And what's wrong with her is she. cognitively impaired is she just senile is she drugged is she needing drugs or is she. She possessed later. She'll be saying I told Kazumi again and again just the way you said. Please stop tormenting me I think she's in cahoots with Ko. I think that she is working with the spirit in some way based on that random bid of nonsensical speech or that spirit slowly driving her mad. I mean the the end of the segment. We'll see this shadow cocoa that's kind of just leaning over her knows what she's whispering this old woman to me the way I read it. And it's not that the movie gave this to me it's my projection but we often see in horror films that the crazy actually can communicate indicate more with the spirit world so I took it that she was suffering from some form of dementia and her untethering from our reality allowed her to to be more aware of the spirits and communicate with K.. Oko there's another thought I had because I did my deep dive research and thought about the way. The cultural critics looked looked at spirits like cocoa as being representatives of women of the past and their anger is really directed at modern society. Both men and women. She might be in a more in alignment with traditional grandma. Then she would be a woman that that goes to work like who told me. We'll be when we'll actually meet the sister who's a clearly a businesswoman. Her modernity is a reason to for her to be killed whereas here this old woman. Yeah Maybe K.. Oko just likes to kill everybody everybody in the end the one part of the segment that I never get to see play out. I guess you just gotTa assume someone at some point is rec- Rica when she's she's looking around this house and it's just trash everywhere garbage everywhere. She goes upstairs that closet. It's taped shut here meowing coming out of it but it is taped i. I thought that would be something that gets real at some point but we never get taped up they re just someone taped up at some point. It's revealed later. That Yuji was taping things up near the end of his life the same way his daughter Izumi would start taping things up. Okay I miss that. Yeah it's it's Japan told chronologically and we'd have gotten it no but again that's the fun then you're missing the only thing this movie has to offer I mean like otherwise it's just a slasher film the only thing that's GonNa make it stand out is if it does this trick and so love it or hate it. I think it defines it. I don't know how you would tell you on chronologically logically. I don't know how the grudge will do it. Then that makes this the carrot top of horror films without its props. It's nothing okay. Whatever I mean you can be cruel if you want but a lot of movie VR? Gimmicky I mean. You could say that about memento you could say that about pulp fiction. I mean it has a gimmick in. Its proud of it. I mean that is every slasher has a gimmick a needle. Oh hand a hockey mask. They all have their little things that Saddam apart. Well I'm saying specifically that the non chronological storytelling. Did Not aid the story itself the way it does in Memento and it could be said whether or not a dozen pulp fiction. That's arguable but here. It does feel like a gimmick. It's not a way of telling the story that gives us a strong first person perspective. I'll say this much. It doesn't a the movie the way that it aided cursed first one curse one I actually thought and trying to put it all together by the end there was sort of like a light bulb coming on of Oh A.. Ha Now I finally understand A lot about what's going on in this unhappy marriage of cocoa's here because we come into this movie having seen those two movies knowing full. Well what's going to go on. It's it's really for the filmmaker to create new mysteries. Who are these new people coming into the lives and have us really care about the protagonist should have been more of a focus than it? It is I agree you I did not complain this hard about the non chronological storytelling of the first to really again. I consider that one movie but yes it did have the the big reveal at the end. Like Memento where the order of the story really had payoff here. I don't feel it does and again because all these segments are so the same Jacob Jacob You keep saying Campfire Tale. I love a good anthology of Campfire Tales. That comes to mind in responses that movie trick or treat we did trick. Eric are treat not the rock and roll eighties one but the one that had like Anna Pack Win and all the various little stories. That's great each each individual story. H Campfire Tale is different here. Each campfire tale is really identical. Yeah well how do you feel about the special effects. I I know. Usually that's a deal breaker and it was kind of with you with curse. Was that you just the production values were such that. You didn't want to go along with it here when we finally see. Well it's a black ghosts it's now and I do know that the series eventually is going to have a two parter white ghost black goes and now she is a black shadow. Straddling this old lady and just sucking the life out of her we've known up to this point. Ko Co is a vision of white. This is like the pokemon of horror films. They have to poke him on White Pokemon. Black Sword Shield Shield. I mean I I did laugh a little bit because yeah we get this. Obviously like she's shadow. She's Coco's lurking in the shadow. She's taken form and then they gotta do. The shot of the is and it's obviously the actress and black face because she's shadow like the cut between like the digital effects or however they did that in the cut to like just a real person with black face on. It was a little humorous but again I go with the atmosphere and this film and again Chamisa says if you're laughing that's okay. He knew it was over the top again. He wanted to make a comedy. I wonder if that's wise attitude to take with this property. But I wouldn't say I was laughing at it but I do think that there's some kind of low Rez charm to it. All and there's Times James later on where I will see more charm here the black ghost. It belies the fact that they had the budget to do what they want it. I'm not laughing with it but I'm not laughing added either. I think a good ghost story should provide me suspense and scares if we ever do get to the ring I will say the ring. The American version had me scared for the protagonist I actually got wrapped up in those characters and feared what would happen. been to them and here. I'm never scared or in suspense. I feel it's a foregone conclusion and there's one really good creepy moment and it's like the. Yeah I kind of the entire franchise but other than that when you start doing things like this black blob. It's certainly not going to creep me out. is going to further distance. Distance me from the film itself. Yeah I complimented the first film because it got some legitimate jumps out at me like some actual scares as low Rez. Chief is that film. Was this one. It never gets the scares out of me. It does unnerved me though and so again that's a successful film to me. Am I being unnerved of my he you know he going up something like that. And Yeah this one. I don't think it's as scary as the first one but it's still a nursing and this is the only time I think we see an actual kill like normally cut away and it's over. But Rica is our protagonist. She's watching this go down. She sees this thing on her. I think Caicos macos method ultimately is guilt right. You have to witness me. You have to look at both shame that befell me and what we see this grandma cover there is yes I think it is the shame really that maybe modern society is trying to look away from to batter women. It's worth pointing out and Japanese culture. There was no words there was there's no acknowledgement of about spousal abuse until the nineties. Like it just was thought of as a Western problem because of man. I don't WanNa say he could do anything he wanted with the wife but it was not seen as the independence of the unity in marriage that there would be after then so I do. Think in some Weird Cultural Way K.. Oko Oko does signify that shame and that shame is what kills. Yeah I thought I complained with the second film like introduce some way to fight off Keihoku and I thought we were getting that you you like. Look out of the corner of your eye. Look between your fingers. It does feel rid of the ring though. Like spoiler alert for that film is that it's about acknowledging someone's trauma Emma and that's what saves you from the Ghost and so I'm like. Are they going for that here. Like if you acknowledge what happened to K- Oko you're going to be spared but ultimately I don't think he goes that way yeah I agree ultimately ultimately. We don't see anyone that has a real good method on taking her on which is frustrating. That's why we need to bring in the ring girl right. Yeah perhaps we will move Yvonne however to catch sue ya which is the second segment and this is actually the son of the elderly Saatchi. That was just shame to death. He is a businessman man sleeping through his mother tearing up the House. The reason why it's so messy is this woman has some kind of sundown episode where she just throws all her clothes and dirty dishes is all over the stairs and things so yeah. Obviously I realized was happening beforehand. The house was in better condition. The woman was still alive as so we're going to have the next couple segments in order and yeah now we're finding out a little bit of the back story of this old lady can sue you..

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"Well yes we're not covering it in this series. If we ever do Rinku will cover it so now. We're two theatrical films right. I can raise my expectations. The VHS has been put away. Arnie it's much better quality this time around four million dollars to be specific American. I think which translate into some kind of billion like there's a really I gotta convert this. I went online but yeah basically they had the size of what would be for any country of very sizable budget to do a horror movie and yeah should be zoo gets to finally. Yeah I use Dolly shots decent photographic equipment and sound equipment and sound design a boom Mike. This is a professional film Is this his first professional film. Then I mean because we talked about him being a student and doing the other films on. VHS was this is first big theatrical film no actually surprisingly he was offered a different horror series. Toe May told me. I've never actually seen them. But there's another ghost girl if you want to get involved. The biggest twelve installments. He was given the third one to May three rebirth and with that he was done he said next up. I WANNA do some comedy and they said no no. You're not going to do comedy Sir. Ghost girl for you all the way down. Yeah you're going to be doing what you did. That was a big hit. One video two years later for at the time just Japanese audiences. There was no expectation that this would be an international release or that we would get it here in America. Erica but this is probably the I J horror movie. I actually saw in theaters up to that point. I was huge on it like I said someone had handed me a vhs vhs. Copy of Rinku. Several years before and Netflix was new. Having all of these imports sent to me week after week it was great because of course my video store didn't and have any of this j horror stuff but Netflix had it all so I was really consuming a lot of it in two thousand and three win. The local Art Museum of all places said we're going to host a screening of this new Japanese horror thing. We're GONNA program John Grudge as our sin apiece and so I saw this with kind of a high brow crowd out like people. That probably didn't normally patronize horror. Movies certainly not slasher movies but because it came under the guise of being a new cultural artform perform expression there were people that were lined up. That would normally see this kind of stuff and pretty receptive. I remember the audience really enjoying tittering jumping screaming the right parks. That is one of my questions because you weren't a stewart that this one even though. This is the first theatrical release. It really is part three and you're not going to get that backstory so I was wondering how audiences would take this. That probably didn't have the means to find that. VHS Tape actually think it probably helped to not understand. I do believe that all of us and seeing it was the first time I had ever heard of Japan and probably anyone else in that audience didn't know about curse one or two so so we thought this was it. We didn't know there was a sequel. We didn't know that there was a whole universe being built strewn about in tiny little short films. None of that so we just. We're kind of baffled first. Viewing we felt like we sort of understood and that because it was structured the way that it was invited second viewings and deeper contemplation than you would probably spend had they arranged it in order and told you did yes. This is the story of cocoa and her abusive husband. And this is obviously as I mentioned. I'm new to all of these films. Except for one. Or two of the American grudges. This is the only one I knew of. I don't think I knew you. There were four ju on films when grudge came out I kind of thought like the ring it was a one to one correlation and so this is the one that I was probably most most aware of versus the two shorts and the two VHS movies we discussed last week yeah lionsgate got behind this and it got a decent theatrical for you know Japanese. He's film it. Got A decent release here in the states and made okay money for an important so it doesn't surprise me that you would know about this one. None of the other ones will will ever receive that kind of rollout and of course. This is the film that Sam Ramey found and discovered. I believe he said on cable. He didn't even go to the theater to see it and was so impressed arrest after one. Viewing that he called up Shimizu and said I want you to come to America work for my new company Ghost House and make it again with Sarah Michelle Gellar and that would he during his spiderman time right when he really had a lot of juice and was making a lot of money. Yes the grudge came out around the same time Spiderman. Two did but I had no idea he. He was even involved with the grudge. I knew before doing this series. He was doing the new one. I didn't know he did the old ones. Not only that. But he's such a fan that he invited another filmmaker and they sat that down and provided the commentary track. I guess they felt with Shimizu's English that that would be accessible to have the people that made the film. Ju on the grudge talk about it and commentary track doc. So they had the fan boy sit there and awe and talk about. How much impressed them? Well I think I'll have to dig that up and listen to that because I'd like to hear why they like it but I guess I'll well I hear if you guys liked it Stewart. Let's get a plot chirp. Those caught Ju on curse videos reviewed last week already know that husband. Takeo Sacchi went into a jealous rage when he suspected his wife Coco was concealing the secret. Their son Toshio was actually sired by her college lover. He brutally murders both Coco and the House Cat Mar in the opening prologue before being found dead in the alley and little toshio hides in the closet and is never found down by the authorities. Eventually new family moves in businessman. Katsuya leaves his elderly senile. Mother SACI in the care of both is housewife Kazumi and a social worker during the day and then one fateful Friday night he comes home to find little ghost boy. Toshio howling like a cat at the bedside of his dying wife and Ketziot becomes possessed by the spirit of killer husband. Takeo reenact his crimes and hides Kozumi's dead body in the attic. A new social worker named Rico is called in and she thinks thanks when she sees an evil black silhouette straddle the Old Lady Saatchi in her sleep and suck the life out of her Rico's found by her nerdy boss. Hero Hashi who turns up dead a few you days later at work and she is taken to the hospital where she tells the police that yes she saw boy on the premises. Who looks exactly like Heo? Coast child from five years before the police find Katsuya and Kasumi dead in the house attic. An attempt to break the bad news to catsuit sister had told me but she's already been targeted by Ko who followed the businesswoman. I'm in home from the work bathroom to were apartment bed running out of leads. The police turn to Yuji. Toyama the only cop who worked Keiko's murder case that's still alive to Yama. CK Oko on some TV footage and decides the only way to stop the ghost. Ceaseless serial killing is the burned down her house but he's unsuccessful festival and mysteriously dies off. Screen Rico goes back to work at the welfare office and reconnects with a teacher friend. Who would you know? It has missing student. Toshio in her her classroom and when she goes to the house to see what's going on she's grabbed in sucked into the attic by. Ko Rica comes to a rescue all too late and she becomes possessed by the vengeful spirit. Killed yet again by husband Takeo and disappears the chronology of the story actually concludes with Yomas teenage daughter. Daughter bringing three friends to this haunted house after a school trip and then feeling guilty when they go missing her new friends do their best to try and cheer her up. But Izumi is eventually intially snatched by Hill Goto while she's cowering by the shrine dedicated to her dead father. You cheated you do this chronologically and we do have we do the I mean. That's that's usually the way the best untangled the story and it totally changes it doesn't it. I mean if you were to try and describe this movie to somebody you would be the grabbing at straws of like well this happens and then something I mean. It's very hard coming out of first viewing to be able to talk about what you just saw. which is again I I think part of the appeal to solidify the idea that Japanese puts out absurd violent fund? It's a gimmick just the way they do these short little segments but it's also kind of fun where they're short little campfire stories. You could just take it that way where you can have fun and trying to put the puzzle together at the end. This is firmly like genre film. I don't I think this is going for high arts. I don't mind that little gimmick you know I see this is the structure that we're going with these films and I've kind of just embraced it at this point and look for the positives in it knowing. Hey there but Chamisa said that Hell. He was going to make his comedy this time. He was going to push the visuals in such a way that he thought audiences would laugh. He wanted to go over the top up much like he appreciated the slasher deaths in eighty s movie. I think that he wants the audience sometimes to scream and sometimes to giggle. I'll just put it Out there right now. That my feeling having watched this film is that I'd probably have liked it a lot. More if I hadn't watched the two video ones but here. The jumbled jumbled up time line where every segment seems to be about the same until we get to the very end but it's we're introduced to a character. They walk into warehouse. They see a child. There's meowing there's croaking they go catatonic or die. Wash Rinse repeat Ad Nauseam and and because this would spans more years in its chronology. I found it far harder to follow along and followed the through lines with the characters absolutely absolutely and again. I think. Maybe you're even better off not being able to do that. The sense of not being able to penetrate the mystery. The mystery seem cooler than when I think you actually unravel it and yeah you find out that exactly so it's a series of bowling pins that are being set up and knocked down again and again like any other slasher movie that I've complained claimed about in the past. Now What's interesting is you love American slasher films. You have no problem with the repetitious nature of it. What does this do do that is different? Should be an interesting way to compare and contrast I actually thought about that is why would I defend certain lackluster low-budget. Jason slashers assures Friday the thirteenth series. But not the the difference is first of all Gore. Yup The second difference is American archetypes types of characters that I can relate to versus here where this is literally foreign to me. So I don't have a kinship with the characters and the third would be in no slasher fill that I have seen. Does the killer kill the same way twice and in this film the killer never kills tells a different way. It's always the exact same ending. Do they ever kill like we discussed this you kind of see. Ko Coz face appear and and then cut to the next scene exactly so that takes away even that climactic pleasure of seeing the characters soft. Yeah I definitely feel like the biggest differences. Princes Americans Savor the kills. I mean we don't have to like these characters you're acting like oh I connect with all of these slasher boomy victims. No they're all silly Lee stereotypes and they're just as paper thin as the people here. That's why I said they're archetypes types. I can say I understand who who they are mysterious. It's fathers and Y. Yeah COP students. I don't think these are crazy. Aren't Samurai and Ronin and teams. No I think that what it really comes down to is at least in this series. Maybe if we looked at other J horror I think we would definitely see a love of real affinity Finnity for Gore and latex and just lots of blood but Shimizu does not seem to have an appetite for it yet. The has the budget now. It is not because we you can't afford to do the effect he doesn't want it to be that kind of horror film now as we get started here we see yet again in a prologue the murder. I think this is the first first time we're seeing extreme close ups anyway of Takeo taking a box cutter to cocoa. What do you guys feel like you understand Dan now that this is all that we will ever see? What do you feel like you may still want to know about this crime that hasn't been conveyed in it's weird eared? Non Chronological way over three and a half movies. I wonder about the timeline. He resigned the very first yuan. The husband was still alive as convent's were going on like did he get it from Keio in the street. When she comes out of the Ghareeb was that the same night he killed her? Did Toshio actually get killed it. He keeps referencing that he went missing in this. They'll say he went missing five years ago. did He run away when his dad went crazy. And I don't know maybe Coco. Is Mom killed him. Entered into this cat goes. There are some fine details like that. I won't lose sleep if I never get him. But like if I'm putting this puzzle together. Those are the pieces that are still missing. I feel I understand it well enough enough because I watched the last two films if I had just watched this one. I'd probably feel a little bit more mystified as to who these ghosts were and where they were coming from but seeing it played out the way it was in that first film here this beginning with close ups I was wondering. Did they get the same actors back. Jack Yeah it's definitely the same actors not the same. Toshio he had grown up a little bit to no three years. He wanted to find someone. That's little can pass for five six years years old but yes it's the same TACO. It's the same Kiyoko but no I don't feel anything else that needs to be explained about that. Unless you're going to go the Freddie's dead route and tell me why these people became goes. I still don't understand the grudge bit of it..

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04:04 min | 2 years ago

"ju" Discussed on Through the Wire

"Ju ju one yeah he did but any missed a wide open won by doing are necessarily and he hit one trying to do it and it was like what are you doing goofy they're good defensive as things but my my on my respond i mean come on omar amari guiding the bay he was more athletic than i would expect from his body type yeah he's more every facet of his game ammo he blocked shots he shows have lettuces them he picked them pop with threes yata rebound and went one time that's the guy that completed their draft and made them look like one of having to see that the only guy we didn't see was carrying one he has a hand injury is what i heard he's playing he can't play i don't think so that's kind of trash because i wanted to see all of their prospects go at it i had a good performance i was i was happy to see him scorn the ball he was shorter to me when i sing i said he looks like so he he looks likes to say they say six two but i know when i've seen them he was yes six two six three six four and he was right under me so six might be right but we know he was gonna play intense defense but the offense was good to see the mid range shot mara josse marin back did i didn't get to watch he posted my man's got the last i don't know the lakers won't note okay good game arma bagley i saw tweet they're kinda congratulations to the sacramento kings for beat in the summer league lakers with their regular starting yeah that was that was like the actual team yeah tax marvin bagley hair each out he's starts with them next year in the summer league that could be but no marin bagley they're good to he show he has some plays where he called the ball three point line and get to the best he knocked down at three he dunked on them yet blocked shots he switched i was like whenever whenever they could hit those threes because it's gonna make them a lot better because for big club that's hard for a right pad someone is lettuce yes the floater type i was like demo mobile he i mean he he didn't do the greatest but he held his own defended hoop and eleven's no he didn't know he did that's what he did all in college so i don't know if he's gonna carry it over to the did you oh the one eleven's though it's the same spe mci lou from kansas had a good game can't do anything score he didn't have any other stuff here like fifteen points this is ok p going be as do people don't think giving him or we're going to be supposed to be of course you do what i when i was here really good cume he wasn't afraid to take those shots or you don't want to get dunk had a block to he did but he wasn't playing it i know but you shouldn't be afraid to get everybody you shouldn't be afraid but i'm i feel like most you all has feet he was supposed to be allowed to pick but you know i gotta incest source over at kansas you know they got a little system where they like to do the whole players back to get the most out of them as far as years ago so apparently other way what's his name again bielsa no no no no not the mci look comes fee you look at it main you ain't going to do i know that i just never his name grayson allen had close triple issue whale but here close to double he was playing point guard that pick the deadly and i pick a row seem is built just like the regular team because he gets a medo read when he planned basketball against forbath much was it was it the spurs the spurs had head like like between now watch his head like alad crabs what you could see right we're here that's pretty much it and i even know somebody was.

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"ju" Discussed on First Take

First Take

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"ju" Discussed on First Take

"Ju ninety nine that's under the top is you bring up the example of a team like oh you wanted us to championship team you got us in other words they're focused on a challenge of a particular opponent and they wound up getting swept not that it's exactly causal but it's correlated you get the idea the attitude is when you take your eyes off the prize which is the championship oh it's an individual match up it's a challenge that's actually a mistake that would be like draymond the defending champions the twotime champions similar to the pistons when they ask him him saying something like yeah we want the rockets they're our biggest challenge or something like that that would be isaiah getting off in saying those things but that's not what draymond saying draymond when they're asking a big like like what we're trying to win a championship he's not trying to hear what the ticker team or matchup who's the favor he got his eyes he's got his mind on one thing winning championships so we're going to say anything about except that kind of challenge he'd be more like isaiah but he's not he has the attitude of a champion and i believe even though it's obviously is natural personality to that this whole warriors team has been seasoned the whole franchise including steve kerr has been seasoned by their experienced losing to the cavs and that seventy three win season when they had their mind on any other thing except winning the championship breaking a record anything else and they've learned from that and that is the only thing they're thinking about now.

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"ju" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"ju" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

"Ju ju who judy judy judy macos can you spell mine sterling on the land you damon.

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"ju" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"ju" Discussed on WGTK

"You for the power in the morning that's upon that's up on may that's upon you the day there's a norning upon you to prosper god did annoyed ju to be defeated he in order jubeir overcome her financially or not insane jul's today alex meaning angels i loose angels at you crosses your path this morning and this afternoon in in the mid morning and all day long angels that are bringing in a blessings and harvest in increased to you in jesus name father i pray a special power leg hands on your eyes empowered to a northerner eyes to sing they hidden riches of secret places what did you spoke about that nazir forty five that you would show us the the hidden secrets of of riches in secret places hallelujah now father i release resurrection power resurrection power from heaven two of for us to rise up and to come back in may everything that we've lost may it be restored everything that the devil stolen may come back to us press down shaken together and running over hallelujah hallelujah thank you lord jesus we have more than enough now father we pray for president trump kamal begin to speak his name oh lord he's blasted every time we turn around in the mid the news media can't stand lord there cursing and yet you told us to pray for the soul lord blessed the devil can't curse what we hold up in prayer and we surround him uncovering him with the morning of god for wisdom direction lord you bless him low we don't want our president to fail we don't want to live in a country that fails lord there so many things that have to happen and i pray for the win the move god now lord you see the republican party they are so divided the democrats lord are so are so opposed to anything that would be passed.

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"ju" Discussed on DTR

DTR

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"ju" Discussed on DTR

"You can't really plotted out you can't control it and like there's all the people out all these different strategies in they have all these different ways of they've made at work but like no one can tell you how it's going to work for you um they can only tell you from their own experienced right and no it's all comes from a great place you know people want to help other people and they want to tell other people how it worked for them yeah people love love yeah people have love people love it when other people fall in love you know at people i've i've had relationships where like i've been walking down the street with someone and like for so in love and like people literally stop us and be like you're so keo give us like food free food in restaurants that bans i had this convenience store got this like clerk at a convenience store be like oh it's like you'd b like you have a very special thing the way that that he makes you laugh and i was like oh you know it's like you get so much attention when you're in love it's a rare is also something that i've learned it's rare but when it happens if they feel so fucking good you're like minaly yeah so i'll wait for that the tricky and magical thing about love is that you can plot it all out in your head the whirlwind romance the house the kids but when it actually happens it is a thing unto itself and no one ever knows what that thing will look like or what it would do to your life until you're in the middle of it you can go from wanting to be married and have children to saying wait no this person's enough this relationship as it is now is enough or you can meet someone and fall in love and get all those things even dreaming of and then that person might go out for a pack of cigarettes one night and never come back we are not in control of love but it's comforting while we wait for it to happen to imagine we are.

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"ju" Discussed on DTR

DTR

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"ju" Discussed on DTR

"Very valid uh w anxieties and a a worry is that this experience has created a new and pouring those into some new guy you know who's who's not guilty of doing that to you you know now live just let it be what it is which is sniffing each other out it's basically you're at the dog parks and if each other's butts that's all it is so like get that knows in those but's it's hard not to have someone that you were cannot not have like intimacy like not have at best friend s now so it's like i that's what i miss right so i miss i miss that and i think about that a lot yup no life is life is better when you have a partner and when you have a teammate you know but also i think as much as that is true it is attractive to be someone who can stand strong on their own and has good friendships and out yeah and is in has exactly a who's who's friends provide them intimacy whose family provides them intimacy someone for whom their life is currently in hell around it yeah in that role in that respect and and and that that that is so like in other words that that the loss of that exboyfriend dumb mustache let's call them that the loss of dum mustache hasn't left you had so much of a disadvantage who because he shouldn't take up that much real estate right there is not a deficit you know yeah no i now said like filling up your life so that it's fall 'cause here's the thing is that what you are offering to someone is a full rich life that you are living that you want them to live with you not a life that has a giant hole in it that you are looking for someone to film yeah you know like that that camp be.

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"ju" Discussed on DTR

DTR

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"ju" Discussed on DTR

"Great tom stiffly plus discover your sent today by going to hawthorn dot c o and use code dt t r to get 15 percent off your purchase that's hawthorn with an e dot c o and use code dt t r to get 15 percent off your purchase okay we're back and were swiping for julia hello julia hello jason mandzic is here and they smith's you yeah we're going to find her eyes on great whoa here are some things to know about jason he is single and despite being a modern man he doesn't have his own internet presence like at all he currently uses zero social media no dating apps no twitter no facebook nothing so he's got out potential mates in the real world and now it's crazy i run into people move grocery store all the time which i love because what so here's the thing if i'm going to try and talk to acute girl at the grocery store i wanna be able to see what's in her court i always look in people's carts yeah and you know have usually fall of eggs just like all exits on allergic to ex all eggs out his presence come for me sister had to kill me i wouldn't even wanted like shop near that person on what would be in the cart that would dry you to some one oh boy what have you seen where you're just like by eyeing well if somebody had like two bags of cotton candy grapes i'd be like i'm on board for everything you are up to lady to get it to bags kind candidates because she knows these are a varietal that his in season for a very short amount of time so she's getting while the getting is good i can only do you like three or four of those at once and then i'm like oh a con candy stomach ache really had like a if i can't stomach grape nailed it.

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"ju" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"ju" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Good news he's improving let's go to the ju ju hit that is a illegal hit just like going over fifty five miles an hour is at speeding ticket but everybody goes over this is a very solid football hit deem now illegal it's a fine not a suspension the nfl butchered it they suspended him that's a football player in the moment in the play hitting the dirtiest player in the league is he's coming for a tackle the third hit was in the end zone okay let me tell you about the third it in the end zone they suspended a guy for that that's not a suspend 'able hit that is not a suspended 'able hit that is an illegal hit in the nfl teams falling apart trying to jr the football from the best wide receiver and football it should be a fine not a suspension and by the way today they finally overturned at this morning and then there's the wrong kit to show you how little they don't understand the punishment this was easily the most agree just outrageous hit of the weekend when garang kitted defenceless player at a two hundred and seventy pound guy at a horrific angle that is frightening so in review the nfl's good it a lot they don't know what they're doing with suspensions we've seen this in the domestic violence cases it's just not their thing they should use should form and out have a company do it chaisiri her legal terrifying but legal ju ju good football hit small fine end zone that's a football hit fine go ongc got the same as ju ju and until this morning the same as george i loka what i've been watching football forty years that 'grand things as agreed is anything i have ever seen you think i'm a patriot homer i've thrown off two or three games you're going to take him off the field for a month i'm not so sure bella check in garang are gonna last beyond this year i'm dead serious i don't think bronx head is there and i don't think bella checks ever been part of something like that and christine story we'll talk about that in 10 minutes but in this league does a lot right they massive.

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"ju" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"ju" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Emilia ju is a money is a famous wade is a drank is coming down with allow pipes in iran big jilin only foot about ena demo you lay to is in there british days when allies it is unconditional went awry we don't tell me when you're laity is coming for now thousands of womanly in doing it is the ultimate says there is there any way that she would lety and la la you that was kendrick lamar would loyalty pointing everybody is dj mv angel ye shall the mainly guy we are the breakfast club we got a special guest in may one of our greatest white allies absolutely the best asked go on the planet yes yes michael oh boy things round result for you we are f because you are notoriously but i think there's like a kinship because i think we like the sort of game recognizes game in light sort of antagonistic personality and all i felt our if you use your powers for good oh absolutely and i think the ep use your power eggs to give to sort of get to know your powers and then sort of use them for good yes i you've done and i think that you know i've done just sort of fell into it with like you know the videos in you know that recently because of all the i never cared or thought twice about politics never at all never at all it is this is why you just can't you do speak your mind in most people might get a little scared if they going into acting were doing movies a thing auto care about that i don't i don't care about that and the thing for me about like where we are at politically and it's trump and his whole crew his wife his kids his daughters thorough all guilty mishor i'm concerned he's put our back against the wall all and i think he's may even like the new problems jail like it's it's him it's like him versus everything so like did the kneeling which started off with police brutalities opposes it has become like we got to the bigger promise we need to get this guy out right before we can mature ticket of.

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"ju" Discussed on MZN INDIE RADIO PODCAST

MZN INDIE RADIO PODCAST

05:29 min |

"ju" Discussed on MZN INDIE RADIO PODCAST

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"ju" Discussed on MZN INDIE RADIO PODCAST

MZN INDIE RADIO PODCAST

03:51 min |

"ju" Discussed on MZN INDIE RADIO PODCAST

"Love changes, vision. Changes minds. Of changes hearts. Changes Life. My Name Lena. Jersey and I believe that love changes. And I believe that loved. Hi. My name is Mary me and. And I. Change things. Nine. Lab changes the. Sony, how the more we went into putting out this hour we begin to realize what lunching is really meant is more. It became a move is more of his shows you what love is love action? And you have to. It's Our action. Then you gotta move it everything you do you gotta share with the people and it's not about yourself. I'm Jay and I believe in love changes. Made me from Lami stealthily I believe that love changes things. Dramatically from what he? Damn. Shaky days of. Give Michelle. SICKEST.