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"james glen" Discussed on Chutando a Escada
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"james glen" Discussed on Adult Beverage Podcast
"Fucking this. John Ritter Harry Anderson. Bird. Baby who is it? was maybe. The fifties better than the eighties because that's the two different time period you get like two versions of the same movie I, love the original dawn of the dead with my first film acting teacher in it and. We, know very exciting. He gets killed in the first couple of scenes. Not GonNa Watch it now. Yeah. Nice Job Jim. Complain Living. But then. One of my least favorite director Zack Snyder did a version in the two thousands written by. What's his name Guardians of the Galaxy Guy? James Jamestown. James. Gone and fucking. Love that contain. James, Glen. Danish I think he's. I haven't collections. I'd love both versions of that movie and they're very very different. They both just take place in a ball. So you could like two versions of a movie and not like you don't have to be like Dushi. Without the original one with so much better. I mean there are cases where The Danish, one with so much better you just have to watch. That is. Awesome. Thing though, right like not to get into like the world we live in right now or so I should say the specific country it's yes or no it's this is better than that. It's all of this competitive nature of how dare you like both things that would make you sort of a real person you treat her. How do you like that would make you have. What I like is correct. What you like it wrong. Now, there are some movies like the remake of Fright night that I did not love. Because it was more like disturbing each Friday night rather arena. Night with. Colin Farrell. Colorado plays the Chris Serandon par. Okay. I'll speak slower. BLOM. It's less funny. And I mean I it just didn't do it for me and Evil Ed, it's hard to find a new. evil. Ed. The original good but it happens. Like Adam into like going like fuck you, you can't like the new one. We're talking about today, and so we're going to go warriors seeing. How did I was thoughts on the? Because I think that was such a cool seen. What scene were they were. Thank you Laura I'm like cory. Cory. Cory he's talking about. Thank you, Laura. Right here in my mouth she took it and she said it right. RPG rating. was. PG. True I'd love the core the quarry seen. About where swimming. A-. In loose, tidy Whitey. Up with them. Fit. I. Young people in tight tighty whiteys I i. think they were like Lucia children. How do we de sexualize this scene? We have to shoot it. No one's happy about it. We gotta do it in the most is about to see I don't WanNa see kids wearing any underwear, but that's not how. You can reach him at Patrick Kane G. It was off. I think it's weird to watch. Because you're you're you're embarrassed for all of them because they're popping looks at beaver. All just everyone's gone through that awkward part life. Well she showed them all up by running past them in. Live. Happened She's way more manly than any view I actually had I was in college and and at APP state and and there was a day old damaged like one hundred year old dam and there was this rock formation off the top and it was about twenty five foot jump. And you had to jump out far enough to get past the rocks and hit the water you know and and it was super dangerous really when you think about. So I was up there want. To Jump is about twenty five feet and I'm looking down at this and I'm like I'm just saying I don't think I've got I don't have the nerve to do it and there was this two girls that were there and they just went by me like I was standing still why Ham and then the next one went wham and I was like Oh my God. So they landed on the rocks no. Landed and he was like I'm not doing. I'M GONNA do. This is not midsummer for me, baby. May. Take three times. Two Times. Wanted. Buy Me Steve by that much. But then at that point I was like, I, have to jump or I'm just you know a wimp and so of course, screams like a little girl going all the way down but. You know I take away from the job really hold that they had that scene and then they they tie back into the whole like. Gathering themselves together and the kiss and all that that comes out of it. You know which is really neat. So. When you bought by the way just to just back you up when you take all of the cynicism that we all have about everything you've been talking about You're right. It's a great scene and it's actually an important scene. There's something about them being being very exposed two hundred other set as a metaphor. Yeah. Yeah. I think there's a medicine still even though they're. The fact they're literally exposed I. Think is part of the message there that like and then they absolute shelters and. They embrace each other and don't judge each other Yeah Lake Lake half-naked Little Dude there's jazz shoulders and legs. It's all good. We're just playing chicken in the water so. Sh- injury, Greg, all's fair with chicken. In the water. I almost drowned several times in the water I never wanted to be on top. So. That about you..
Polite Tipping is customary in the United States
"Industraliazed tipping for service at restaurants and bars. Of course it's not really thing so traveling to the US where gratuities generally expected and dependent upon by workers. Well trying to work out how much to tip and went to tip can be confusing. It's a question and North American correspondent. James Glendale gets more than almost any other question. So he turned to one of the continent's leading etiquette experts for full and frank explanation. Sometimes it's whispered subtly sometimes it's asked in the middle of a restaurant but pretty much. Every OSCE traveler on the road in the United States. Wants one question answer and it has nothing to do with my day job. How much should you tip? You definitely want to be tipping. Fifteen or twenty percents lizzy post is from the Emily Post Institute an organization. That scene is an American authority on etiquette and how to generally be polite. Fifteen percent is is kind of where we say. The Standard is twenty percent of what we see most often. And I think that's purely because the math is easier and and people do feel good giving a little bit more the second question most ozzy travelers have is who to tip and the least list is fairly extensive after waiters taxi drivers hairdressers and bartenders. All expected tip as standard. We tend to see Bartenders being like one to two dollars per drink or fifteen to twenty percent of the tab things get a little more complicated. If you just getting something from a local cafe or takeaway you have no actual obligation to tip. It's seen as a courtesy to tip and the hotels are whole different ballgame. Where a bunch of people? We'll have their hands out the doorman who helped me with your bag. It's usually a dollar to four dollars per bag or a dollar to five dollars per back. a dollar to when the hail a cab for you You know throw an extra dollar to it's raining and they really were able to get you a dollar bills and I think so I mean yeah when you're looking at you know a couple of dollars for the cleaning person in your hotel room a couple of dollars for the doorman a couple of dollars when the taxi does start to add up and it's a good reason to carry small bills and cash. Americans will tell you that tipping is just all about showing gratitude and rewarding good service. But that's actually not entirely true depending on the state. You're in many of the work is you. Encounter like white is will only in. What's called a tipped? Minimum wage. Futile is an and then rely on tips to supplement the income and pay their bills because of that many Americans pretty deeply divided as to whether or not you should actually scale you tip up and down depending on the quality of the Service. I know this is a great question and I guarantee you. If you have a whole handful of Americans they look have different answers or they fall on one side or the other some people really do choose to vary their tips Based on his service and I personally like when I look at the difference between the two percentages. I'd just rather leave the twenty percent. Although it's not encouraged forgetting to tip if you are a foreign is often politely excused. It's arguably much better than leaving. A small tip like five percent which can be interpreted as a deliberate passive aggressive insult. We might even get quizzed on it so be wound. Yeah it's you well let me put it this way. If you choose to make it optional you will probably leave a lot of really upset people in your weight and I don't think that's generally what people WanNa do on their vacation. I think they wanNA feel good about participating in the place that they came to and this is just one of those one of those aspects of American life and that is perhaps the politest possible way of saying if you coming to the United States prepared to pay up. You don't really have a choice. North America correspondent. Who's not North American Australian? James Glen Day reporting
"Earlier this month southern California was rocked by two of the largest earthquakes. The region has experienced in twenty years for one man Jacob Margolis. All is the aftermath of the six point four and seven point. One magnitude tremors was a rare opportunity. It was a chance to remind fellow. Los Angeles residents about seismic seismic safety because few Californians a prepaid for a much bigger catastrophic quake which seismologists say is on the way his North America correspondent James Glen Day out in the middle of the desert one hundred and sixty miles away from where you're standing. There are two enormous tectonic plates that have been trying to slide past ask each other for millions of years but they're stuck today. They slept. That's Jacob Margolis describing a moment many in Los Angeles have buried somewhere way deep in the back of their minds the start of a massive earthquake. That's long being dubbed the big war. There's a huge quake on the San Andreas Fault in southern California. Every hundred years or so we haven't had one for about one hundred sixty early the see the journalists did K._p._C._C. Radio released this podcast on how to survive the coming catastrophe and right now he's in high demand interest in the big one has spiked following recent strong tremors that rattled the region in GonNa take probably nobly I think forty eight seventy two hours is good asking it probably closer to seventy two for outside help to get in and so you'll see roads severed train lines will be severed heard about eighteen hundred people will also die some from the inevitable building collapses some will burn you have a number of both electrical and gas fires that break <music> out and when those fires break out spread very very fast and we do not have enough emergency responders to respond to all the problems that will break out all those fires and the even the mayor of Los Angeles says that's one of his greatest fears and if it hit in like September or October when it's hot and it's like when he <hes> you know just like our hills like neighborhoods. Neighborhoods are going to burn and the water pipes will probably be cracked. Some roads will be impossible and so putting the FIS out could be tough but for the vast majority of people the biggest challenges will come in the weeks afterwards. I mean there's certain things like people won't have like people don't have access to <hes> hospitals. Possibles will be overrun. There's many hospitals in the state eight that are actually not seismically okay <hes> and in addition to that like you won't have access to emergency services for a period of time after the quake they're going to have to be self sufficient and and that's really scary to getting a badly crippled southern. California through such a challenging period requires preparation like bookcases screwed to wolves glass objects removed from key walkways in buildings a few weeks of water and food per household not to mention basic medical supplies so nowhere near enough people already. I I think people struggle and my this is myself included. I lived through the nineteen ninety-four Earthquakes Northridge Earthquake here in Los Angeles. That was supremely destructive. People died. I was out of my home with the kids and. And I still didn't have any of my resources ready. When I started this podcast and breezy it because you don't know and that's coming and so people kind of push it off shirow pressured off the problem with this it can literally happen at any time it can happen while we're recording this right now. It didn't obviously and it might not for decades but on the fourth of July ally when the earth started to shake into magnitude seven point one tremor struck Mr Montgelas felt calm and prepaid. He knew he'd be okay and in this fleeting period of heightened fear in the region. He's urging everyone to get ready now. It cost me fifty bucks to go out and buy enough water for two and a half weeks for a family of three and like if you don't have that kind of money I think it might be worth saving and making that best friend because it's your him so much better off if you have those basic things and that report from a North America correspondent James Glendale.
T-Rex at the Smithsonian
"Now for decades, one of the world's great museums has felt just a little inadequate, the Smithsonian in Washington DC didn't have in its collection. A tyrannosaurus Rex the most famous dinosaur all known literally as the tyrant lizard, king. Well, now it has after quite a journey his North America. Correspondent James Glen die. In the newly renovated Donoso hole at the Smithsonian national museum of natural history on Washington DC's famous mall. One sixty six million year old spaceman reigns. Supreme t Rick skeleton is dramatically poised to take the head of a hapless triceratops. This particular animal is found in nineteen eighty eight and it was found by Montana rancher was on a picnic with her family, and she saw just a little bit of the editor arm-bone sticking out. It was a bone of the T Rex that never been found before. That's cooked Johnson, the museum's director and chatting Knicks to the skeletons teeth H, one is about the size of a banana. Can you be a full blown top of the line American natural history museum without a T Rex? Well, that is something I think is not possible. When I joined this museum as director, we didn't have it to your accent. I wasn't the first person to the point that out, but it was something that I didn't want to open this exhibit that having to your ex here because this is the national museum. Mm, t Rex was first discovered early last century. It was once native to North America and vindicates now, the Smithsonian has been desperate to get its hands on one there's two ways to get a T Rex can buy one or you can find one. That's the bottom line, which I did the museum. Well, we spent a fair amount of money looking for one because actually cheaper to find them into by them. Find them into game out. It's not it's not inexpensive. But it'd be better to find your own. And we looked and looked looked, and we found pieces and parts. But when you looking for something as rare as a complete T Rex chances, you actually will find a relatively small, but buying one of the city, also substantially complete T, Rex's is complicated to sue a beautifully preserved lodge. Reynoso is still known by museum staff is the one that got away at an auction that exceeded all expectations in New York in nineteen Ninety-seven bidding started at half a million US dollars. The hammer dropped at seven point six million with commission on top Chicago's field. Museum was the. Lineup and his house, sue since but many paleontologists believe they have been the losers. Is it all Sam kneels felt that'll drastic pox fault? What happened that generally was because if you think about the discovery of shoe happened before Jurassic perk and the sale of sue happened after Jurassic Park, and that was an amazingly, beautiful fossil the skull was in one piece, and it was an exquisite thing when it went to auction. There were many many museums had dreams. What's your personal views about benefit these things to be found on public lands? They along to the nation. Well, United States is the only nation in the world that has dinosaurs, and where it is legal to sell dinosaurs. He other big Dennis are producing nations. And there's like six or seven of them own the dinosaurs the nations in the United States on private land. If there's a dinosaur to private land owner owns Dennis with the increase in the value of dinosaurs. Launched by the su- sale act. Actually has made it more difficult for professional intelligence museums to access private lands because dinosaurs are now money. They didn't used to be money. So this sunny changed tack slightly, and found a third way of getting a T Rex by working with another arm of the federal government, which already funds, most of the museum's costs and the land on, which this dinosaur was found is US army corps of engineers, because it's a reservoir managed by the army corps of the people do all the engineering and they had to Rex's from their property. Both of them were out there with the Rockies Montana. So we didn't want to take Montana's only directs the once they had to both the museum of the Rockies and the US army corps of engineers green benefit to promoting Montana, and the army corps of engineers in Washington DC, the specimen has now been dumped. The nation's t Rex Matthew Khurana is the museum's curator of Donna, Soria. It's important to us. I think that we call it the nation's T-rex because we really. We want people to feel like its they're controversial because there are the big ones, you know what, what what's going to think about that? One of the other new you can play t Rex's around. You know, our T Rex is not a T Rex of sutra Nakata's. It is. But, but our T Rex is not a T Rex of superlatives. It's not the oldest or the biggest or the youngest or the longest, but it has unique position of being everybody's T-rex thanks to the museum's -cation and the number of American tourists, we make a pilgrimage to Washington DC cook, Johnson believes the specimen could ultimately become the most visited horrendous Soros Rick's in the world. I've had T-rex described as a gateway drug. Can you explain that for kids? I actually think I coined that phrase. I think I did of kids really caught on. It's it really the ideas that kids love dinosaurs at a very early age. It gets them excited to go to Zia. Gms gets the meeting, scientists it gets them thinking about how fossils are found right now. We're hiring. The next generation of scientists, and many of the paleontologist, tell me look, I it was drastic parked to did it for me when I was a kid. So I'm seeing that generation come through now and there are a lot of them and every year we're finding something like fifty or sixty new species of dinosaurs, unknown to science, I opened a dentist or exhibit nineteen ninety-five and since then the number of known dinosaurs globally has more than doubled. So there's still lots of amazing stuff out there. Get out in the backyard and get digging. That was our North America. Correspondent James Glenda reporting.
Deepening political crisis in the US state of Virginia
"And now to the United States and in Virginia, the former capital of the confederacy from civil war days. The state's top three politicians are embroiled in scandals that threaten to end their careers that attendant governor has been accused of sexual assault and the state's governor and his attorney general have admitted to using black face as North America. Correspondent James Glen. Glenda reports the episode has shocked state that has long been haunted by its racist past. Outside the Genia governor's mentioned this week protesters demanded Ralph Northam resign. The photo from the Democrats nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook. Page had begun circulating. It contained a picture of a man in black face alongside another in a KKK hood and roads, it was on my page with my name Ralph northern above. I looked at it. My first impression actually that disk couldn't be me. But he apologized and said he was in the photo. Then the next day said he wasn't before admitting to wearing black face on a different occasion while dressing up as Michael Jackson. I had the shoes I had a glove, and I used us a little bit of shoe polish to put under my are all my cheeks, and the reason I used a very little bit is because I don't know if anybody's ever tried that, but you cannot get shoe polish off. But but it was a it was a dance contest. I had always liked Michael Jackson. I actually won the contest at that moment. It seemed like he's career was toast Democrats from around the country. Condemned him and endorsed his Lieutenant Justin v Fairfax that is until a college professor came out publicly to accuse Mr. Fairfax of forcing her to perform oral six and allegation. He denies the leadership crisis deepened further when the man third in line to the governor's mansion attorney general Mark herring also admitted to wearing Brown makeup and a week to look like a Rapa you will find I'm sure democratic and Republican members of state government who will be very concerned about what images existed them from the late seventies and early eighties because this was part of the coacher Gregory Smithers is a professor of history at Virginia Commonwealth university. He says the incident is exposed the level of racism that still exists in a state. That's proud of being home to many presidents and patriots. But also often overlooks it's passed as the former capital of the confederacy. And the center of the slave trade. I'm sure they are polling this this as we speak and engaging. The response in that I suspect sadly will probably guide their decision. Making remember nineteen seventy nine nineteen eighties early nineteen eighties. This was after the modern civil rights movement. So it's not as though people were not aware in the nineteen eighties that this wasn't offensive. They were debates about Virginius history of bubbled over in recent years, there were protests, so the confederate monuments that stand throughout the state and a right wing rally that turned deadly in Charlottesville. This political crisis is gaining widespread. National attention in pot because the Democrats probably need to hold the state to win the presidential election in twenty twenty Donald Trump has already predicted on Twitter. He can take it off them due to the saga. Many of those Democrats vying for the nomination to face him at the ballot box, a demanding the governor. Immediately resigned to stem the damage, but with his successes facing their own problems to Ralph no fan of peace to be digging in and I'm ready to do the hard work of regaining your trust. I have spent the past year as your governor fighting for Virginia that works better for all people. I'm committed to continuing that fight to the remainder of my term and living up to the expectations. You set for me when you elected me to serve. Thank you. North American correspondent James Glen Day with that report.
Navigating the US healthcare system
"For our correspondents sprayed across the globe, settling into a new country and culture can be half. The challenge of taking up a new posting visas schools and local bureaucracy can take days and days to navigates James Glen Day has recently made the move from our Europe bureau in London to our North America office in Washington DC, both the first world postings yet. They have vastly different approaches to health care and both take a little getting used to James filed. This report Johnny you're going to go to the doctor today. Lee had key Benecke Dr. Now, you're going to the doctor. The doctor. There's no yoga take business. On the it's eight thirty AM. I'm holding ten week old baby in one hand and trying to get a toddler dressed with the other. And as you can tell she's trying to delay things by suddenly demanding a snack. There's no yoga. Allying shot. Yeah. But we're gonna go to the doctors. It's a fairly typical morning in a chaotic household except that today girls are going with my wife to the doctors for vaccinations, and a checkup routine appointments that in this country will cost us about one and a half thousand ustralian dollars even saying this some out loud is still shocking. It's not a huge personal inconvenience. I get paid well have good private insurance and in a month or so we'll get the money back. But it seems like so much cash for something we as a stray liens would take largely for granted. As I mentioned at this dot, my wife, and I have recently had a baby we welcomed the newest member of our family into the world at a public hospital in Chelsea London. Scholley one of the most affluent suburbs on the planet. And yet we didn't pay a penny. Not for Medicare procedures scans chicks nothing we've called Schilder for taxes and the standard surcharge to the national health service. But the comparison between old and new homes could not be stuck. That's not to say, the British ways necessarily the best ask any Ozzy expat who has lived in London for some time, and they'll probably complain about how the health system functions. It seems overloaded doctors want you in and out of their offices in minutes. It's often hard to get an appointment. And there is a fairly obvious emphasis on keeping costs down. The state of the overworked health system is often thrust into the political debate, no more. So than in the lead up to the Brexit vote two years ago, many people depending on their political standpoint accused European migrants of overloading the system or the conservative government of chronically underfunding it. On you train station in Washington DC, there's a homeless man his feet and fingers badly swollen. He clearly has a problem with drugs or alcohol but claims he can't afford to see a doctor certainly the few dollars passes by give him won't go, and his story seems genuine many people fall wealthiest struggle with healthcare costs the scale of medical bankruptcies have been contentious political topic in this country for dickens. If you can't afford healthcare in America, though, the quality is outstanding you're more valued customer than a patient. Nothing seems too much trouble because well you're paying for it. Of course, this string of anecdotes reveals nothing really new American healthcare is expensive the is overloaded most people know that already. But when you live with data day, it suddenly becomes much more front of mind. Yeah. But we're going to go to the doctors. The doctors for the past three years, my wife, and I have stressed that our families ailments want being taken seriously enough now regularly worried about having several thousand dollars stashed away in case of medical emergency. Literally, the I will problems that one's I've never confronted as often in Estrella. Come on. Let's go in Washington. This is Jane's glean day for correspondence report.