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News of the World Movie review

Filmspotting

04:34 min | Last month

News of the World Movie review

"Probably safe to say the discourse on that one has had its moment in the film twitter bubble but we have not had a chance to weigh in yet on the show. So we're going to get to wonder woman nineteen eighty-four a bit later. I though another christmas day released that makes its on-demand debut this weekend. It's news of the world directed by paul greengrass and starring. Tom hanks news of the world is adapted from the two thousand sixteen novel by paulette gyles. Let's hear some of the trailer. Gentlemen my name is captain jefferson kyle kit tonight debris the news from across this great world of ours so they pay you to tell story. I never heard that is the thing a main could do not a rich man. Keep patients that you can see took part. Stop shop talk. You understand. English call says your name. Is joanna liam burger in the took you when they attack your family. Six years prior her mother father and sister over. Well i passed. It is a strange world. Michael when a tom hanks western directed by paul greengrass. Who worked with hangs on captain phillips after directing three of the jason. Bourne films gets lost in the shuffle. But that's pretty much what's happened with news of the world. There's been little talk of it since it did open in theaters. Some theaters on christmas day. It does come to streaming services as we mentioned this weekend set. Shortly after the civil war of the movie stars hanks as jefferson kid. A printer who lost his business in the war and now travels from town to town. Reading newspapers allowed to gathered pain audiences on his journey. He comes across a young german girl. Played by helena's zongol. Who was kidnapped as a baby by akilah tribe and rescued years later by union. Soldiers kid is charged with returning her to her surviving relatives but she'd rather returned to the kiawah the only family she's ever known that's the central narrative. But it's safe to say that's not what's most compelling about news of the world at least right now michael and i were discussing some of the titles for possible review on the show you lean toward news of the world saying this it would feed naturally into talking about how we get our news and what the news has been lately having now seen it. I'm pretty sure. I know what you're getting at but i'd love to have you explain and i'm eager to hear if you think this topicality is to the movies credit or to its detriment. Well you know when you talk about any movie or anything that's worth talking about in the culture yet. You have to respond to the times. You're living in doesn't mean that everything gets bent toward particular historical malay. Were in right now. I mean it's it's it's just sort of stunning. How distracting everything in the world in our country least is is crowding out so much of our head space for anything else and it's I think i think what's going on in news of the world at least As greengrass co wrote and directed it is you. Have you have a film. that's speaking i think. Directly although not too bluntly a to certain strains in the american spirit and the american sort of rugged individualism western ethos have a guy like Tom hanks character. Kid who's a civil war veteran The film takes place right around. The same time is john. Ford's the searchers it's It's texas in eighteen seventy. The searches was two years earlier. And you have a very similar plot line right you have essentially if you want to boil it down to the utter simplicity. Have you have an anglo older white male who wants to you. Know who ends up Rescuing and saving i guess with quotes around it A young girl from the clutches or the life. she's known a living amongst the native american tribes comanche searchers. And the kiawah here in this story

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"jason bourne" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

02:13 min | 2 months ago

"jason bourne" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"And a pass breakup in that situation. He's tight. he's good when he's off. He's struggling a little bit. Kenneth afford was a c. Minus in this game. I thought it was going to be a better grade for him. That's that's the most surprising to all right. Jim was going to be a better grade for jimmy. What's not this ballgame game. I didn't think he was good with underneath zone. Coverage there's play at the end of the second half where he was allowed to deeper throw. It's bad throw by molins. Who just sucks inch the bad. But it's twenty eight seconds left in the half and jimmy morlin jumping a four yard whip route throwing a fifteen yard. Dig behind me like dude. It's twenty seconds. Just drop deeper broken off by borne on the penalty that we keep talking about a lot but can't stick with him in that situation. You slip inside. On a third down and long touchdown drive the completed. Third down in ten something like that. He was up the numbers to iu a little bit route. Bright sticks out just loses leverage. And let's slip right inside of him right there. You can't can't happen. And i used to like right next to jordan reed to have that happen so i didn't think jimmy moreland was excellent in this game. Also he's beat on a lookie route inside. That was dropped as well. So i didn't see more of an impact in this game in a positive way really at all and you get a d. He was eighty. And that is your second one question right after one question for you right after this word from one of our sponsors i'm task moas dunks on the athletic and i'm also a human which means i have been very stressed at times this past year and i find it hard to kick that pattern of anxiousness with the groundhog day situation. I'm in sometimes. I wonder was there a pre pandemic. And that's why i'm a fan of sunday scares scary. Are a safe way to break out of our daily routines. They helped me concentrate by quieting my mind a little bit. Sundays are specially formulated. Cbd gumy's.

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"jason bourne" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

06:47 min | 2 months ago

"jason bourne" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"Curl does a really good job. Not giving up leverage to the outside not allowing jordan a break outside forcing him inside but keeping presence while he forces him inside to turn them over to holcomb that the quarterback has to come off that thing that makes molins take forever and then he ends up getting the ball out late to born which is completely but because it took forever. What would have been there for a second. It's a really good job by camera. girl again. Understand concepts and pattern matching couple of negatives. I think he can be better with reroute of wide receiver in tight split place. Just get your hands on them a little bit more from inside he did drop interception at the end of the half on an overthrow by mullins. That's not a huge negative. But he had a chance at an interception ultimately. Though i thought cameron curl was exceptional in this game i thought it was his best game. I thought it was his most consistent game. I thought he played all over. The field showed a bunch of different looks from safety positions. Looks like he's feeling more comfortable. Physical aggressive can run can move can tackle. He can cover. I was just going to say. He's he's super versatile. You can have them in. There is sort of a hybrid linebacker and you can also have them as a slot corner. Yeah you can play him in a ton of positions and he played that slot corner early in the season right. I'm triple inside at that. Spot chemical name all right nice created the season jeremy reeves came in and played in the first place. You notice jimmy reeves. They throw a seem to up the numbers. The ball a little bit underthrown. But jeremy reeves does a phenomenal job with his keen the quarterback and then breaking on that ball. And it's almost an interception great job ring quarterback and really good speed from transition to the middle of the field to get to the numbers on a euch had a good tackle on the back in a flat. I consistently good job coming down and making some of those tackles although he did have a missed tackle on born on a third and to the one with the holding play. He's taking a shot. I think to keep him from getting the first down. Chemists that tackled coming down as a safety. Just gotta make a player at there. and then great break on a tackle on read on a short in route. It's a third down on the touchdown. Drive it it stops short they end up getting to a fourth enforce wet rough the passer but that was a really good job right there on that little short en route by jordan reed. I think it was thirty. Nine going into it to stop him. Short for fourteen and four at that. Reeves was a b. plus unit on the first play that you mentioned the play that you mentioned that they were. He nearly had to pick on the same route. If that balls thrown better probably does have a pick. I mean what a break on the ball on that. I mean he in inch really showed speed. I mean i we. I haven't had a lot of tension to reeves but as that you know. Is that deep. you know. Single high free safety men. Did he break on that. Balmy moved into that. Ball's a little bit better thrown by mullins which most of his balls were not at probably is pick on on the on his third snap and a game. There's a good chance to pick. That had to be so perfect and widen the receiver outside the numbers to keep it from being picked her to give it any chances to completion. What did you ever even an a plus plus plus all right backs in this game. There are three cornerbacks. And that'll finish our film breakdown for the day ronald darby. I was really good i did. I'm watching in its entirety when you watch darby coverage throughout this game. He's not beat. he's good with his hands. He's really good in flipping his hips running with receivers. He was good at transition at the top of his brakes. Made a couple of key plays in this game but really his jam. Timing disrupting receivers was big lick the fourth and twelve th ended up being complete the last play of the game last chance of game. That's a great job by darby darby jamming jamming jammie disrupt timing forcing the receiver to run that things short at about nine yards and then ultimately right there with boston. The tackle i mean it's a completion thrown at him but really good job being aggressive right there in a critical situation in that game for just playing off earlier in the game i think. Actually the third quarter we. There was a short en route drone. That he drove on him broke it up. You're like that's awesome man. I'm seeing more from darby in terms of his transition and trust with them. Some things you mentioned. I you being open a couple of times and the middle of the field had some openings a couple of times essentially a big part of that is i think the way they're playing defense anything vertical pressing to hooking up. Our corners are locking on a little bit more. They're turning things free to the inside of the field to linebackers and safeties to make. Some of those places is just the way they play defense. It's the way they played defense from day. One i've ronald darby was named aniston's ballgame. That was good can afford. I mean we talked about the one. The one tackle play at the end of the half. You can't get on that. I said this last week say this again. Kenneth miller is not good from off. He is very good from press. The you're the pittsburgh. I'm talking about pittsburgh as i said this in the pittsburgh game. I'm gonna say this again. I've noticed that. I don't think he's very good from off. I think he is very good from press and i think he struggles as a to invert player when they're dropping both through corners to play to two in the play that we talked about the half. That's what that is. It's a to invert play. He's a to safety inverted late on a mid point trail of born There's a shot downfield incomplete and he would have been over the top of ever right there. Born is an inside receiver. The outside receiver hooks up. He's the cover three corner right there. But it's still in his third born going the numbers he's late trailing their he's behind it often coverage falls down out of his backpedal on a on a born drop in the middle of the field he added a the dpi on shades. Ever the ball. I you caught. I have no idea why fuller stop trailing their. I thought that would have been an opportunity for him to undercut that thing. There's nobody else coming back out and is out of the field. I thought he could have undercut that thing for an interception opportunity but he kind of just stops. And then i you right in the middle of the field in front of the shazier. Ever bad. tackle attempt on the touchdown by us check on the keeper. The boot made a business decision in that situation. Couple positive place you know again. He's good with his hands and pressing when he's uptight. The first third and fourth does a job driving on a ball and has a pass. Break-up i've had really good job on the jordan reed out route on third and eight.

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"jason bourne" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

04:41 min | 2 months ago

"jason bourne" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"And you can preview it loosely at blue nile dot com. The secondary will start the safety. Start with this chaser everett. Getting hit man that i play where he was not the first play but where he drills moster coming off a block of born hits him with the shoulder and just i thought. I thought that change zoe. Moster played in this game mustard. Still had some good runs but man he mustered down you could see him kind of hesitate there for a second like who me knowing that Great drive on a boo play. Centerfield puts a big hit on. I you on the sideline knock some way into the sideline but really good job on ball from center failed to make that type of hit. I think he's starting to really know exactly what he's seen There's some place where he slow out of his backpedal but you can see is is in his keys are really good in this game so i feel like he's getting a better feel for what he's seen an awesome hit again. I'm moster actually. That's when i talked about. Excuse me on that one The some of the negatives from dc as ever did a pretty good job of blocking him outside zone. Play the push up at the corner and then they really cracked. San francisco does a good job with that. Pierre garcia needs to do a phenomenal job with that. If you remember that push crack tip of play Made it tough. He's trying to run through. He's gotta understand those receivers to come to block him from the outside especially on the front side. His own should have known that. Got block three or four times way late. Dr on a deep crosser did a great job of flattening out the crosser shaped lay on the drive on the ball but he still close like he can see it once to flat foot in the middle of field. It's a shot to born. The first play of the fourth drive the balls thrown out a little bit further than born can get but he's laid on it driving that thing Slow break on a corner out by born as a cover to safety. It's a completion of born jason. Bourne that is. He has a great shoestring tackle on the play. Now one thing. I did notice though. Like he's laid as a to safety driving hard to that out deep breaking corner out but if you that deep corner that born cut you mind if you want wherever he does a really good job both him and camera curler starting to do a very good job disguising coverage playing cover two but both safeties are more towards the hash than they are the numbers so it makes it hard for the quarterback to recognize some of these covered. Just he did recognize any still hit. But i liked it. They're getting more confident that they're disguising coverage and then he had a dpi hitting you in the back on third down and four score. Anamika play for the plan. The ball you know you wanna hit him in the back but make a plan the ball. How caught that ball. I dunno she's over was in this ball. Game cameron curl yes. The positives dude awesome drive on a quick outbreak by in a pass. Breakup on the first drive of the game like really good drive on on an outbreak. Ice good player. He was all over that thing. I think he has a good feel for the run game. He falls back into place on the front of things. He gets gap control. He knows where the back you hit. He has good timing for when a fall. Back into place Really good avoid. Of trent williams getting in on that tackling the college screen that we talked about jonathan allen and chase young but he avoids trent williams. Right there to get back in. That thing does a really good job. Shedding wide. receivers making tackles Consistent pattern matching in this game getting so much better is an inside safety and matching some of these things inside. Great is on the interception. Td really good feel for where he sitting. Good anticipation of that ball. They caught with his pants down. Right there that was that was brutal blitz late in the game spin out flushes a quarterback and it gets a big big pressure for an incompletion later in the game. He has a tackle falling down on an inside college screened. The inside tunnel. Screen gives up seven yards but they ended up not allowing a first draft. I down that drive. He's fighting through block. You mix tackle falling down. It's a big tackle right there you. It looks like seventy like shoe. We gave up seven on that little screenplay but they get a stop on second and third down and so ultimately. That's a huge tackle. Give you never know what are going to be huge Third and two in the fourth quarter. It's the player. Sweat forces the holding Choice route they are bracketing jordan. Cole calm and curl curl does a really good job. Not giving up leverage to the outside not allowing jordan a break outside forcing him inside but keeping presence while he forces him inside to turn them over to holcomb.

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"jason bourne" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

06:23 min | 2 months ago

"jason bourne" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"He's he keeps some of these like almost trip pressing too hard. to get into the line of scrimmage. That's what you've been coached lately. We know that that he'd been too passive into the line of scrimmage but as things start to go lateral you gotta scrape by over the top a little bit more. I think and i wrote against subtle number two numbers numbers navigation of blocks and he keeps wanting to get downhill to quick. He's beat by most on the second drive of the game on a choice route. It's the first play the second driver. You can pull this thing up. If you just want to see a play that could have been a completely different play. Second drive of the game for san francisco. They've throw a choice route to moster i. It's it's one hundred percent a choice concept bostick overruns. The initial release if most are breaks in. Here it's it's i most are could win either way. He's one on one with bostick. He ends up breaking out on this choice concept. I'm sure kyle everyone in the game because there's no middle player in the middle of the field right like it's a five man rush. They got no one in the middle of the field break in most hurt he breaks out buzzing rallies for tackle for seven. I mean it's not the end of the world but if you watch this from the sidelines watch boston just completely overrun this to the outside almost it's gotta do double stick him inside and it's it's thirty. He didn't know yep. He didn't a couple times in the zone game. Run through underneath. Too early guessing. Can't guess not often but once or twice to cut up in run action. Pass all the way. Into the line of scrimmage and then lastly it's a first and ten with five minutes and forty five seconds in second quarter left. I want you to pull up display. Because i think we just it's it's become fun for me. I have to do it every single week but we were going to do it. It's five minutes. Forty five seconds left in the second quarter. I'll let you pull it up and just watch plastic and you can describe what happens on this play. Is it the second ten plays exactly five minutes and forty five seconds. I didn't write down the down and distance. I'm here at the wrong times. No five minutes. Five seconds of the second quarter. Yeah okay now. I got it is this jeff. Wilson's one six yard run. Yeah okay Oh yeah where's this. Well wait a minute. I thought i saw somebody running out on this side. And so i went over here to the right but the play was actually going to the left and right up the middle where i was because he cut back to where i was but i decided that i was going to go. All the way towards the sideline because something just flashed in front of my eyes. I thought i saw the ball out in the flat. This is happened to anyone coach. Anyone perry riley had happened to all the time. He's the last player to recognize this. He sees the fly sweep motion. He then continues to go to sweep motion then he looks for. Oh it's back so this happens to him. Every that the happens way less app away lesson. This game rife jon. Bostick was a be go key plays it a. b. level their wing games on defense you that player to play to be level weakened and week and they're going to win games on defense back day minus last week against the steelers for for bostick and a b. This week yeah at is a hell of a performance by guy that was really struggling at times. There's no doubt about it co hokum again. I urge everybody to get the all twenty two and you can pause the podcast where you listen to us and find. Somebody's plays that kevin. Kevin i go through but very first play the game. Watch coal holcomb get -absolutely. Laxed by trent williams. My god trent. Williams pulls outside holcomb to and lows him up. You know what you you love to start the game by getting hit now. I'm ready to play. Whoa do you get those cobwebs out of here. Oh my god. Crabbing trent williams. I mean he could still quite danny. Oh buddy he just coal hokum and put him straight on his back. it's the i you just. It's the verse. Deebo samuel one play and maybe the last player of the year. I think he's going on injured reserve after that play Oh my gosh co holcomb gets backed. I mean that. That's one where he got silver back. Is that one where the offensive line coach is. Just running it over and over again the meeting over and over and over. I mean look at trent williams unload with his hip to their absolutely amazing. The most are play for nine yards at shaves. Her hit him. Big time goal is late on a scrape over the top they had a corner blitz and then stunt inside with the defensive line coho comes got outside leverage. He is too soft on the outside. Can't keep his free. It's a weird attempted arm. Tackle for hokum. I'm not sure what happened. Maybe he's still dazed early in that game trump williams it Beat one by jordan. Re lookie inside okay coverage but it's caught he gets crossed up jordan reed gives leverage late in the game on a toss on a fourth quarter. Drive on the touchdown drive sticking on a block when he loses leverage outside i thought holcomb yoi show speed from the back said to run things. Down and scrape over the top list to me was holcombes. Worst game. he was a sea bordering. Very close right on that fringe of d. plus but he was a c. minus in this game pierre-louis that sacchi had re blew up. Juche so fast to that blitz off the edge and he hid you. You shack in knocked him straight down. No that was a straight blow up no trip no nothing straight. Blow up you check. You'll make a play huge There's one play where he's trying to come back inside and.

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"jason bourne" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

05:57 min | 2 months ago

"jason bourne" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"And i'm going to just tell you how big this play is by jonathan allen because their times when you realize when you don't realize just how big a players jonathan allie gets into makes a huge hit fifteen now you got to go and he says he just pushes that pocket back and just i mean molly at the bottom of the screen. Jason born is going to run a fifteen yard. Comeback unborn case born. What am i calling him. K j born is his name jason bourne hats. There's some good movies. A lot of them with jason bourne. That's that's what i'm doing it. it's k j. born. I didn't know that. I'm watching fuller on this play. Jay born runs the double move and fuller tackled him going to go. Yeah and that's going to get called a definitive holding penalty. It's actually a really smart play with twenty seconds limb by shirt right there to not let him get over the top. He picked a wise jumping. That double move. I don't know that's coached right. There to grab him of their twenty seconds left in the half. What's not coach to get. Beat on a double move but i mean on the numbers born is running a deep comeback and take off. There's i don't know how they don't make this call will they. Don't make the call because the sack basically is happening simultaneously. The hitting on on a quarterback in the quarterback is literally out of the pocket. Almost at that point is because jonathan allen has an incredible rush and then gets his hands all over mullins and of course as molins to just dump one out in into the ground. That's the difference of what that's twenty yards downfield that. Dpi probably going to get a chance to fill go right there. That's how big that plays jonathan allen. It's huge and it's funny because you're going to get a quarterback pressure on that thing. Maybe maybe a quarterback it but it's bigger than that you know. Yeah those are game changers. Hit a missed tackle on a sack. Outside of the pocket. Got so mad. Montesquieu ends up getting the sack but it's a great move by one one and he forces molins to flush right and then he dismisses him so it ends up getting him. I'd be so mad size defensive line and mr stack like that. Still play by jonathan. Al look again some of the negatives are kind of the pay negatives as you get caught playing behind the double team and a lot of these are later in drives. It's what happens when you get tired. And that's where they start to get some of the bigger runs right. It wasn't often. It wasn't common but it happened two or three times to both of them. Jonathan allen was in a in this game we just gave every single starter along the on the defensive front and a three two ways in eight plus free young in a for sweat in rowan in a minus for pain. Well what about settle and kerrigan and the rest of them Settle at one good rush early in the game. It's the third play. The game gets a quarterback head on the play other than that he was he was doing. That really got stuck playing behind on more times than anybody else had very little impact on any of the places behind blocks yet to little penetration almost zero show up in the run settle was a deep plus and ryan kerrigan. You know a couple of really good bullrushes in this game The chase young sack early in the game. Goodbye carrigan make. The dummy quarterback moved to the left. And and then here comes chase. Young flushing up to make that play. I actually wrote down. You asked me a question. How would i play. Dwayne haskins seattle. This is what this is the way we play. I would play man-to-man across the board is what's the play on a chase young sacked play. I think it's a third and for their dropping their dropping a middle linebacker alert player in the middle of the field. The safety is deep as zone player. So you have to zone players safety and a linebacker and then you're dropping weakside defensive end to be another soft zone player. Initially but then the second dwayne would step up. I would just attack other defensive end. I'd bull bull from the other side. Push him force him to step up and play. Watch that third and four early in the game with the chase young sacked. That's exactly what i did. Dwayne tower rank kerrigan Couple rump place. Too far upfield pin by the fullback. Good tack on third and twenty four for no gain chasing down the backside. And he's a guy that i think was moved a little bit too much of the point of attack. He does battle to get back inside on plays late but he's moved too much at the point of care was a c plus in this game. So you know. I'm all as and then carrigan and didn't settle. Did you still let you review film. Wise smith smith. Liam's thought smith williams a couple of plays had a block on the curl. Interception return on the curl interception return. He was he was played to. I think he played fourteen place so i greeted him migrate intimacy. I didn't have a ton of notes on this on him. Okinawa's game they you know they. They must like him a lot. He's play count is never over. The last few weeks is increased. He's part of the rotation a little bit. He to seventh round picks curl and smith williams contributing curl in a major way. Are we done with d. line we're done with the d. high. We'll get to the linebackers and or secondary next right. After this word from one of our sponsors everybody it's lane.

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"jason bourne" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

08:45 min | 2 months ago

"jason bourne" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"You really didn't play well in the second. Half of the game was over. Can put me in the backfield kick out blocks. I'm like dude. I scored three touch. Play cow defensive. End like this garbage. Not doing this stuff. Let's keep throw the ball so as young as a plus young plus man okay. How did he do in. In in his match-ups against trent whenever he was mad against me not bad at all hit a couple of russia's they moved them all over the field to the. They've been doing that all year. Not as much as this game. Okay this game. I saw montas sweat lined up on the other side. More times than i had in the past. But i thought i thought he did well and i mentioned you know some of the plays at him. We're transplanted him. He gets moved a little bit initially intrinsic trance. Tough man but he still finding a way to fall back into place. I mean it was just a huge monte sweat. Really good on the edge hold. The point still almost slipping inside making place. I cross face on the backside of a run play. They tried to block him with born at one. Point was funny that they tried that. That's silly some of the good place they had. They think you're going to blunt is sweat born on the backside. Please tech floss. They're awesome pressure up. Treat williams it's Forces an incomplete pass in the second quarter. Throwaway ball by mullins would have been an easy completion of the middle of the field. Huge pressure pressure at their tackle on an inside zone in the third quarter it was on the third and twenty four for no gain but those are big plays that twenty four. They try to run that little inside zone. Play in a lot of times. You get eight nine yards. And that's big field position difference. Your acuff no gain huge. They're great penetration on the forced fumble by chase young. He forces that back to slow down he. He is the trying to pin him. Was jewish. use. Check you out. Leverage and pin sweat he is five yards up the field. The back has no chance. He's got us stop right. There stays on 'em just enough but chase young. He's got plenty of time with that to come down the backside that's a collaborative effort right there. As a great play by montana sweat rally tackle on a yukon college screenplay at the end of the first half. it's the play before the fumble six right. That's a big play. yeah. I mean deaths he. It's montez sweat is high motor to. Oh god he. He's big time. The sack out of the pocket at a second this game in the third quarter really jonathan allen just missed a second handed it to monty sweat but still good rally. Down the line of scrimmage get their great rush late in the third quarter forces holding call on a big born reception on third and two. That was critical. Born had that big play on third and two that would have converted right there. I beat moreland in right there. Sweat would have had a sack. If mcglinchey doesn't hold him it would have been a sack called holding. It was clearly holding right. it was so holding. I'm watching the game in real time. And i'm like there's a hold he had the roughing the passer touchdown drive that ended up giving them a conversion on third down. That was a dump penn leap. They call that so so flippantly. Now flippantly they do. Oh hit me. Knocked him down. Wait and he's definitely roughing. The passer montana was paying just great initial push on the center in some of his own place even at times when he got behind the center do ability to to shove the center back into the place. Amazing he's so strong. I wanna say this to before like watching paint again this game. He is really fast. Oh my god oh so athletic. He's he's really fast. I'm so surprised that he's not just a little bit better. In terms of being a pass rusher the moves that he develops one or two moves or gets a little bit better at a couple of them. I mean god yeah kasich but he comes right. You're saying that for the first time. I'm not saying it for the first time but i'm just saying it and watching this game like he can really run. He's so athletic. He's ridiculously athletic. He is he is Win inside wins wins inside a tackle for one yard gain just a quick little step and swim swat the centre and swim swat. The center had a fumble recovery. That was a big play. At the sack fumble looping outside on that play when he falls back in. And that's a great soi is molin steps up in the way really nice block them at play as well. Finish the sack fumble play this play room talking about speed. It's at the third and fourteen college screen where he's rallying down the field it's it's nice And then had a tip on this game like the negatives there are times where he's getting behind initially with the lateral movement in the run game center guard. Double teams you know. Sometimes you can still shove back into the play. He's not getting. Kendall raised down the field. Thank god but he's getting behind the blocks a couple of times in. That doesn't help them out in some of those situations ron payne was in a minus in this ball game. Now we'll get what we got going here when the jonathan allen did he so strong smart a at times even loses initial leverage but then he can still battled back across the face to regain leveraged. Awesome is the difference a lot of times in a three yard. Gainer six six. Plus you know it's just smarts feel yourself getting behind a block a little bit in so many guys just at that point when play up the field in they're playing up the field out a gap in. That's exactly what you want. An zone stretch scheme but instead of playing upfield out a gap you just lose maybe a yard and then you cross face back into the front set of play jonathan. How did this three or four times in in this game. All the credit went to chase young on that first college screen. Rally down the field watch. Jonathan alamo play. I thought he hustled all day long. You talk about how fast chase young is. That's the second seven on the second. Dr play up both allen and chase young transition and get to the ball at the same time. Which play is it some second drive. It's a second down and seven. And i didn't know what second down it is on the second drive. But it's the second driver that ballgame for san francisco in the first quarter. You'll find it very quickly right now. Short left to brandon. Iu for five yards marine. It's still five yard gain but goodly end zone copy of this thing and watch allen and chase young transition meet at the ball in his just as fast this is truly that rallies to the football defensively. How many times have we said. God it's a bad tackling team. It's a team that you see guys they. They don't play till the whistle rivera's teams have always played that way so of del rio's teams there. They are a hustling outfit. I mean you got guys never chasing down from areas of the field that you don't think there's a chance they can make the play but they're going through the motions of chasing down. It's a team that plays with a ton of team speed. But because they're hustling you see the team speed. There's no doubt about it and they're getting faster. They're not actually getting faster. They're playing faster. Cure three different times. He beats garden. Space to jonathan allen does on the front set his own place. It's just it's awesome. He's making tackles for one to your gains in those situations. He's also really making it hard for them to get to the linebackers on the second level. A great passer one on one in the first quarter on the fourth drive had a chance for huge completion to born down the middle. The ball ends up being thrown just past him. But jonathan allen has a quarterback hit on that play. Honestly if allen doesn't have a hit on that plate born has a chance to be over the top of the safety as well could have been a six or no good poor shifty and a quarterback at the end of the half on a third and fifteen. I'm want you to pull up the third fifteen at the end of the half the third and fourteen fourteen and.

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"jason bourne" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

08:08 min | 2 months ago

"jason bourne" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"Come up in the new quarterbacks that gives that token he fall monday. Grab force fumble from the backside. Down the line of scrimmage to get the ball out on who was. Who's the wilson. He's so fast and scrimmage. I mean sweat initially makes that point. We'll talk about that but great job forcing that ball out constantly falling back into the run on the front standard run plays does a really good job even though we get stretched sometimes trent williams especially on that side. He's still gets back into the run. On some of those things. The scooping score was incredible. You know terrible ball security though. Watch that thing. Posits hanging out there. The angelina angelo called it as look at him. Sweetness is in walter payton because walter payton always carried the ball that way athletic play. Plato athletic play. That that's the play that tells everybody that they need to scoop and score. Yes why would you fall on the ball. When i can do that. Sean taylor because most of you you can't do that. What did you think. When sean taylor for the first time just scooped and scored whether it was the philly game or the playoff game or would you know all of those things like asking me a question like i didn't know he could do that. Well you like this is like you're asking a i've discussed with you. Just how incredibly athletic chase young is from. Play one i know. So what do i think. But i think he's really good. I'm not surprised. When did you know that. Sean taylor was like a freak. The first day of practice or state practice really yeah. I usually knew who was gonna make the team to the last two or three. When i was playing right within the first three days practice. So it's not it's really. There's there's about ten guys on every team at least ten. The toots sweet and then there's another twenty that you like solid starter for shore and then then there's the other twenty or thirty and training camp that you like. He ain't megabits team only about twenty guys every training camp to make the last ten spots that you're deciding on. Okay well chase. Young's never going to be one of those guys. He's incredible batted ball on a third and six in the fourth quarter probably is going to be complete for a first down huge play in the game as well He was all over the field. He made a boatload of plays. He had a couple balls he has the scoop and score is the force. Fumble has the sack. The negatives think you did a better job on the edge in the run game. I think san francisco did a good job of keeping him unsure pinned on the edge on deebo fly sweep. I play a game. The tight end talked about that. Little fullback defensive end double team play. He hasn't seen that yet. You know what. I mean like that. That's a play. He hasn't quite seen yet. I haven't seen anybody run. That on him and very few teams do run that type of play because almost nobody uses a fullback anymore right. He had a defensive offsides lineup. In the neutral zone he was in the neutral zone isn't even close. It was weird agreed it. I think that's the second time he's done that this year. You know that. I don't know man that would be one of those things that as a coach would drive me freaking nuts. Look we can't actually do what we wanna do on this play. If the flags gonna fly before you know anything happens. I mean you gotta line up not in the neutral zone. You can't be in the neutral zone. That should be one of the first things. Like am i lined up. Okay okay i am. Now let me go recap. It needs to be discussed. Well it should be a bit more than once. How many of you here pop warner seven. Eight seven eight year old played football before you guys so you understand your playing d. Line behind the ball. Yeah the rest of you here lying behind that. Yeah i mean. I think sometimes even with players who are experienced an older. Sometimes it is not. It's not underrated to state the obvious and then restate it and then restate it and then restated becomes ingrained. You're right. I'd i got no problem with that. Just sucks when you're in week. Twelve of an in a week fourteen of an nfl season. You're like all right guys. Come on here like we got a line up on. We we can lineup. That's lucas did it. On the other side yeah. Lucas did it early in the game. On the other side right lined up to deep in the backfield corny. And you gotta be way off sides to get called the nfl. It's true it's almost like the traveling in basketball. Do you know how many times in watching an nfl game. I think somebody's in the neutral zone. The first thing i do is look for that line. Judge to see if he's reaching for his flag and when he doesn't so many times like it was at the tv angle. I just looked like that guys helmet was on the other side of the ball like us. Sometimes they just miss it. They don't wanna call it. Yeah i do all the time when you go to receivers three receivers to aside where there's no tight end on that side and looks like both of them off the ball or both of them are on the ball. It's like who's on here. who's on off. I'm really not sure. I mean one of them could definitely pointed at the side. Judge at amman. On but okay anyways let's move on. Yeah really. there's only another. There's one more run play on that first drive down towards the red zone. It was a big run that ended up getting them all the way down. pretty close. You know they the titans lined up over young. He arcs out wide and blocks camera. Curled young comes up field and kick him out from the backside with the fullback. And it's like that's again. I used to love when we run when we ran that. Play the my favorite place in. Kyle's offense which the first and five play after chase young lined up in the neutral zone. It's on the touchdown drive going in It's really it ends up being like a weakside side zone play. That's fully to the strong side. It's it's an awesome place. The ark the tight end over young. Get a heck of a double team on. I think jonathan allen the d. tackle and then they short fly juice. Check to kick out chase young. Yeah they do. What is one of your favorite things. Toss to influence the defense so they a. It's a quick little toss to a really almost a is a week's zone play. They call it weak side zone. Because kyle called wanda and then they kick out chase young. He just hasn't felt this before. If you watch us play tight end arcs. He goes flying up field. He doesn't see juice. Check on the short fly. Motion gets kicked out. And then here goes wilson up the middle. It's a cool little play. I think they could around that plate more. Don't you love both moster. Ange and wilson. By the way. I think he's got this same incredible. Feel envision both of them do i. most it's more physical back with a little bit better vision and installed a little bit quicker. But i do like wilson play in particular that we're talking about that i think's eleven yard gain feel or hear it was tossed to the. There's a huge gash to run through the i do. They're they're both bax. So yeah the thing is when you look at chase young when you overall grade is is there. There are some negative plays in this game but the overwhelming positive plays. He made change the game. The game i cut three touchdowns against the dallas cowboys. Two thousand five dog crap in the second half of that game but that's an performance by.

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"jason bourne" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

05:58 min | 2 months ago

"jason bourne" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"Done. Yeah there's a lot more. I will love fracking. Yeah la more school cracking so stupid crack in schools and taking names really. There's like if you want to have a nit-pick only one of the third and fourth the ended up completing they dropped both montez sweat and chase young. They blitzed bostick in ended. Up being a dpi in everett in he had had tons of time to throw in. You're watching this like when a drop montez sweat and chase young. No one where. I thought it was an amazing. Catch him in. The back is a dpi called on jayjay. But he's still caught it. Yeah i know the point. That's the play for. They dropped both of those two. And i can just see for like del rio sitting in his office. Like tell. never see this coming. No one would believe. I would do this shit crazy. I love trump. i loved trump. But he did he did it and and afterwards he's like oh damn Almost worked could've worked. Yeah thought it might but now somebody else is going to have to prepare for drop in those two monsters into coverage this is. Hey we're not losing this game. this is putting some. We're putting some tendencies on tape and we'll break them because we'd never dropped both of those guys into coverage again. I you know next week. I might dropped on pain to. We'll just bring some second. It will bring all our secondary players and we'll drop our defensive line. Nobody's ever seen that. We'll see pain and allen can cover some of their receivers. This is actually. I wanna put these guys through a quiz. I wanna to play on the back end. This is just funny. It was it was a really good defensive performance in del. Rio did a really good job adjusting throughout the game. So a good plan. It was good performance. It's just one play stupid idea though. Bonehead the positives the speed early in the game rallying downfield on the college screen amazing speed job for the collagen dropped. The college play. That's what you call it. I liked the name. That i actually. I actually thought about this. Sorry to deviate again to make this as long podcast but my offense that i'm creating i'm going to name the college play after who created that play who's with i think tank university of montana the hell out of it i might. I might call it montana. My boys and i back in the nineties when spurrier was coaching florida. And you started to see the you know the wide receiver bubble scream which the nfl didn't run. And i it may not have been spurrier. He may have gotten it some from somewhere else. But you just saw lotta danny werfel and a lot of florida quarterbacks throwing that bubble and it was like we just referred to it as the college play. You know the college play the one where they cause really wide receivers you know in in the seventies eighties college in the in the seventies and eighties. There's always like the quick pop pass out to the receiver. Hey just be ready. Right when i snapped them. Throw it out to you. But it wasn't with a of blockers coming down to create. You know in inside tunnel off of it so the original. Rpo you yeah. But it wasn't an rpo is a called play. No yes you did have. That is called play. We all the time where. There's a called run and if the receiver has leverage the. Db's off the quarterback talking about. I'm talking about the tunnel or the original tunnel screen. That's a call started. that is yes. That is a called planning the pop pass now. The pop pass is in. Rpi it's the original rpo. Sure you know what if you do what i do once every few months and you watch old games on youtube and a lot of old washington games with billy kilmer at quarterback in some of these an thighs men know there was probably a lot of pop pass. Rpo's back then because you just picture you know longtime fans how many times did thighs men take a snap under center never in shotgun and just quickly throw it out to art monk quickly. How many times do billy kilmer quickly. Just throw it out to frank grant. There's a name from the past for some of you in. That probably was like you know. Hey we we're we're gonna run it if you know. They're not loaded in the box and if not we're going to run the old weeding called. Rpo we're gonna roll run. The old option Alternative play the pop pass to our wide receiver. And then he'll try to juke. The corner and get five yards are rpo. Well i'm gonna. I'm gonna call mine to the left. Florida into the right gator. How about that. That's the old college play all right spree recognition ball coach. You could call it spurrier to that. That has an arin it. That's nice so the rights going to be sprayer. The less can be florida back to chase young great speed on that play Great feet on the first sack that he had where he's dropping as a zone lurking defender into a man coverage defense but he's a lurking defender but great reaction to come up and quarterback on that plane. I love that he doesn't fall for the public. Like is the worst one guys..

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Milestone for COVID-19 Vaccine

Here & Now

05:09 min | 3 months ago

Milestone for COVID-19 Vaccine

"Want to get right to today's major covid nineteen development the uk's approval of a vaccine the first country to take that step clearing the way for vaccinations there soon. As in the us when a program starts here in the uk elderly residents of nursing homes and frontline healthcare workers will be the first to get the shots developed by pfizer and the german company biontech pfizer says eight hundred thousand doses are doing the uk in the coming days. The country has a population of sixty six million british prime minister boris johnson who survived his own serious case of covid. Nineteen spoke in the house of commons. Today i would like to pay tribute to thank all those who made this possible. It is the protection of vaccines that will ultimately allow us to reclaim our lives and get our economy moving again. Jason bourne is npr's global health and development correspondent so jason. You've been scanning the globe. Your thoughts on this milestone today absolutely. It's a big deal. This is the moment. We've all been waiting for right when vaccine starts to actually be available to the general public Supplies are gonna be limited in the beginning and we need to underscore that. This is a pfizer vaccine that we're talking about it's just one of the vaccines but it really is remarkable. How quickly they've managed to get this from scratch all the way to the approval stage and it's not just visor you've got these other ones that are in the works to but normally would take fifteen to twenty years to do this a year ago. We hadn't even heard of. Sarah sylvie two and here. They've done this in a matter of months. It's really it's hard under state. How important remarkable. This is using the real scientific name for covid nineteen. But what's your biggest concern as the uk starts to raw the vaccine as other countries watch. Yeah i mean there's gonna be issues. One is just the logistics. As i mentioned. This is the pfizer vaccine. So this is the one takes incredibly low temperature for storage at it's minus seventy centigrade needs at at certain points in time when it's when it's being stored and transported so logistically this is not going to be an easy task to get the vaccine all the different places it needs to get to get people vaccinated but it's doable but there could be some logistical challenges. Second is going to be concerned. That we're going from vaccinating. Tens of thousands of people during these trials to now. You're gonna start giving it to millions of people and that after some of these people get the shots. Some of them are going to have some medical issue. Maybe they were just about to have a heart attack it. That is going to happen when you start giving this to such a large pool of people in questions are gonna come up about. Was that an adverse reaction to to this vaccine might have nothing to do with the vaccine but these are the types of issues on that could lead some resistance stumbling blocks some questions about the vaccine in the months ahead and just look globally for us for a second which countries have managed to control infection rates. Well what lessons can we learn. Some of the european countries have done quite well. You look at france and spain over the last month. They've brought their second waves down significantly. Ireland also seems to have gotten fully passed. Its second peak. The numbers continue to remain really quite low in africa Places like chile had a big surge in june and then they brought it down to relatively low numbers and they have managed to avoid a second wave entirely. Like we've seen in some other places so it's really different in different parts of the world but there are definitely examples out there of places that have managed to do it successfully and keep their numbers either. Bring them down after a second peak or keep them low right and what about the people who have been to be kind stuttering Here in the us. We're seeing huge numbers of cases. Every day where are the other troublespots yet the us still continues to dominate this pandemic globally with one out of every four cases being in the us but after the us then at the moment it's india brazil. Italy and russia in that order in eight is interesting to sort of look at this You know eighty percent of both the cases and the deaths are in either the americas or in europe. It's really been these two regions that have borne the brunt of this. I'm an even this week. documents from the world health organization. Said he's very concerned about mexico and brazil and the rising numbers there so there are definitely places that are that are not doing so well we just have a few seconds here but i think i know the answer this question. Yes the vaccine is coming. It's coming faster to the uk but the virus still winning at this point isn't it unfortunately. Is this pandemic continues to grow. Even as we see it ebb and flow and certain places. The numbers continue to to come more and more each week and they come faster and faster so yes. The news about the vaccine is very important to actually slow the of the virus that we're seeing globally

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"jason bourne" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:08 min | 5 months ago

"jason bourne" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"You two have a great one. What a pro. And he is a pro. Let the Packers in passes defensed in each of his first two seasons. Love that response about no days off. What I took from that was I'm just doing something every single day. I'm working on something. I'm working on my craft. My discipline, film waits, yoga something anything? No days off. Like you clones. You take no days off every single day. Tweet or an email about Ruby Tuesday or five guys or somebody who gained £5 Somebody who died. You've got this notion of no days off twisted clones. This, says Rome Slice Mages Read this the way it's written. Rome slice Jesus Christ. It's creamed corn. Jesus Christ. That's Jason Bourne. Not Creamed corn. Jason born Jesus Christ. That's Jason Bourne. Me read the entire email. Rome slice Jesus Christ. It's cream corn Regards Matt Damon turning 50. She often Lincoln War born taking out NASA using a tennis ball from the leg of his walker. Jesus Christ. That's Jason born. All right, so I haven't seen Damon lately. Does he have that look too? Damn. It always looks good. Damon generally is taking very good care of himself. He's in action stories got to right. Jesus Christ. It's cream corn. Ro 50 is the new 35 If you take care of yourself. You notice that when I talk to these guys and especially elite athletes, pro athletes body as temple types and the guys who were next level with it, no matter how well Or how committed you are to taking care of your body. If you don't take care of your mind. None of that matters that are more and more into this than I've ever been for them before. It's because 50 is the new 35. I don't want to hear quote Jesus Christ. It's a cream corn Jesus crisis. It's cream corn. Jason born man. She off? Take the rest of day off. Dude, you have take the rest of the year off. You have take the rest your life off. Never email or tweet this program ever again. Jason Bourne is 50. Matt is 50. You like apples? Too bad the crack your dentures, Heo. Him and that will happen. He is 50 has been around for a long, long time Goto his mdb page, it would stand to reason he's 50 that'll happen. Anybody else want to come in here and try and make it even worse than it already is here Busting my ass giving you good Interviews. Good takes good, good content, and you're bringing me down. Do better. Hunter Pence brought me up. See? I'm like I'm fighting this unbelievable battle where I keep trying to find people to talk to that are positive, Energetic. Upbeat. And then I bring you clones in and then you go the other way with it. I'm swimming upstream. Sometimes I feel like I'm fighting a losing battle. Hunter. Pence is the other way. I spoke to him in number of years and he started the conversation. I want to give up how it started, but it started off amazingly. He said something to me to start the interview during this podcast that blew my mind something that he heard. In the jungle way back in the day. That literally changed the path of his career. He said. My damn, really I didn't know that and his point to me was I've been meaning to tell you this. So you want to listen to that podcast after the programme or during the weekend or at the gym or during your commute whenever you watch still listening to right now, but find time to listen to it..

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"jason bourne" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:30 min | 7 months ago

"jason bourne" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"You're Jason Bourne Fans. We have a new Jason Bourne novel written by Brian Freeman, who weigh adore his boards. Last act from about a month and 1/2 ago for your great book, Thief, River Falls and you let it be known. At the Robert Ludlum Estate picked you to write the next book and the Jason Bourne Series. This is amazing book The Boring Evolution Thanks for being with US bran. Well, well, I hope you got to hear all that. It was a really good way. Just said you're great. You're great. Hey, guys, I'll get it back on for right. Talk about the new news in August. But all right, So we just found out that Biden picked Kamala Harris as his VP candidates. So that was just announced, like couple like, literally literally. Human. It's code you minutes ago. So that's yes. That's not going to be taken over and all of that. And you know what we're reading. Teo. Get Brain Freeman on We both law in case he read this because he always red Born books, and I had just watched two born movies with my dad over the fourth of July. Matt Damon plays Jason Bourne. Yeah, such good movies. This born evolution need their 15th book in the Syria but I want this to be the next movie this story. And do you have me back now? Yes, I I I think it was obviously Treadstone cutting us off. There you go. Right? Obviously, Brian. I mean, I don't know how you so seamlessly slipped into the mind of Jason Bourne. But, man, did you write a great thriller? The lead. Some family must be so happy with the story. You know, I I was so thrilled when the book was done the folks that Putnam sent it on to the Ludlum estate and they came back and said. We don't want to change a single word. And so I was so thrilled and honored with that. That that that's high praise. Okay? I just started last things have been a little busy and I'm halfway through this. This is such a page Turner. You don't want to put it down, and I don't think I've want red one born work since the Bourne identity since the very beginning. So what number is this? In the born Siri's? You know, I think this is 15. Robert Ludlum wrote three born novels. The very 1st 1 was the Bourne Identity, and that was 40 years ago equally, but I read it when I was a teenager. And and then Eric Van Lustbader took over and wrote, I believe It was 11 mohr born novels, but but now, here we are in 2020 40 years after the Bourne identity and born is back, and he's right in the right in the modern era. Did you read like, How did you put yourself for piecing together? Because now we're Jason Bourne. You know. This is there's a lot of things that have happened. They kind of get referenced. Although it has you don't have to have read the book. You don't have to. You can just pick any. Yes, stand alone. But how many books did you read? As sort of to get for this or it ever did at at all? Yeah, Absolutely. What? You know, there've been so many operations of born. I mean, obviously have the Loveland books of unloosed better books than you've got. You know all the Matt Damon movies. And I may be one of the few people who remembers that originally, Jason Bourne was not Matt Damon. He was actually Richard Chamberlain and an ABC mini series in 1988 with Jaclyn Smith as Marie Sing jocks. So we've seen a lot of different Jason borns over the years, and you know as I as I started thinking about what I wanted to do. In this reboot of the series. I wanted to go back and really be true to the original vision of the character that you find in the Bourne identity. And what Ludlum you made with that character that has turned into such an iconic, enduring hero in thriller fiction, so I wanted a completely new story. I wanted to be true to the character, so I went back. I read all of the Ludlum born, but there were a couple of the van Lew's better books. I re watched all the movies, and I kind of just let that all percolate back there on then I just kind of started on my own way and I wanted to. I wanted the born of this book to feel as if he could have stepped out of the pages of the Bourne identity and just put him in a modern setting and used a You've done that because I have made my husband Julia's brother read it because he was big born. That's this. Is his type of volcano throwing 100% and he was just like He said. If you I would. It's so seamless. He's like it's like Robert Red Ludlum reach from the great grave to tell the story. It's so pitch perfect. Well, that's great that that's exactly what I love to hear. I mean, I was a Robert Ludlum fan. My whole life. I read all of his books. So this is this is a huge, huge honor for me, and that that's the highest praise I can get from readers is to make them feel like this is a Robert Ludlum book. This is that is so cool. All right, so now do they do you get like a three book deal? When you do something like this? They did a two book deal with the estate for newborn books. And I'm actually working on the 2nd 1 right now. I took a break from that. So answer the phone, saying we very much so if you're just joining us Words local after Brian Freeman, who we've read you love his bugs. Just Google. Um, and the new book is Robert Lemons. The born evolution by Brian Freeman. I have a question and it might sound so dumb, but you, said Robert Ludwig. Lemon loved Ludlum on. Lee wrote the 1st 3 born books, But yet he was alive until 90 name right and he write the other ones. You know, they did not actually start doing Mohr born books. I think until the until the movie's started taking off, and I think that you know the movies became so popular that they realized that they really needed Tio go back and you re ignite. The book series. And by that point Ah Mr Ludlum had passed away. And so that was when Eric took over. Do you? Do they think I mean, have you heard anything like this would be a good story The way you told it. It's just a fresh good story. I could see it being a movie, and I don't know where Matt Damon, like If he's like, if this is a possibility or not, Well, you know, I keep waiting for the phone to ring anyone. Heaven be mad on the other end thing. L Brian, let's talk Er, But it hasn't happened yet. But you know, I'm still watching the phone because I'm interested in whoever they cast as miss. Surely, Of course you are now that Okay, I'm ready. Brian, you know, Laurie, That's of course, but that's a character that is securing. This is good. Well, how are you doing? Otherwise, we'll doing great. Things are really really busy. I I've got another book already coming out. Next month. My new Jonathan Stride novel set in Duluth. We'll be out on September 22nd it's called funeral for a friend on DH, then the audible original that I did last year. The deep deep snow, which hit the New York Times, Yes, Okay, that's going to finally be out in paperback in October, so you can't get away from me this year and Thief of revolves my stand alone. We talked about a while back. It's a busy year. It is what you are for your next book. So give it sent us a copy or two. Yeah, no, I'll get in touch with you. But what's happening with because I can't remember if it's frosty East and In your novels or Jonathan Stride, which one got optioned for television. Oh, yes, AMC is looking at putting Jonathan stride on TV. So cross your fingers that all of the stars align and they move it forward..

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Leo Laporte - The Tech Guy On TikTok And Privacy

The Tech Guy

07:37 min | 7 months ago

Leo Laporte - The Tech Guy On TikTok And Privacy

"This morning, what did I do? I downloaded installed TIKTOK. And then spent a wasted our. But a very enjoyable our scrolling through two games. I've used tiktok before I've been posted stuff on Tiktok. I think our social media team. Hey Jerry Masako, I think our social media team even uses Tiktok from time to time. But I you know maybe he's a good time now is download it put on the phone in case it gets band. Talk. About confused yeah I thought I'd I'd send all my information to China. Have it, China enjoy it. Why not I'm already sent to Google and facebook might as well give China look. Look see my boring life. Drive to the studio drive home drive to the studio drive home. That's it. Don't go anywhere. Don't do anything. If that excites you president she hadn't. have at it. It's actually really fun. It's probably the most engaging fun creative social site out there. I think it's awesome. Funny stuff. it just well done just really well done, and of course, the president wants to shut it down he sending very mixed signals so. It's really unclear first of all whether he could I guess he could. Could issue an executive order and then then. We'll see in court. because. There's no precedent. For that. Even Chinese companies have First Amendment Rights. TIKTOK? Scared They they've promised now they do all the things that make the White House ten thousand US jobs. We have a US CEO and finally last week they started negotiating with Microsoft to by the American part of it. Then the president said, now I don't want American company to buy it I just WanNa, shut it down. said that late Friday. So. Microsoft's said I hoped. Make up your mind. Meanwhile TIKTOK is filling up with memes saying, heck. No, we won't go that kind of thing. I think it's quite enjoyable and completely harmless. Completely harmless. You know. Any APP. You put on your phone, you should know this. You should know this your phone is the perfect spied vice. It already is and I don't care. You say, Oh, I'm used an apple I don't care apple android. It's a perfect spy device. What's the first thing I? Ask you do you ever see Jason Bourne movie. Spy. Movies ever see them. They always seem to end a begin Jason's driving around. He's cool. I'm cool. Jason. Bourne he's driving around and then some woman gets in trouble and screaming, help me help me and he says hop in the car. What's the first thing he does? Before drives, the woman to safety he takes her phony breaks it in half throws it out the window that doesn't good by the way just a tip. Under nothing. Just pick it up put it back together. But importantly, it's not the Bragan half that matters although it's quite satisfying especially in the old days those phones with hinges man they broke nice. Boom. Show off your muscles met Damon I'm strong I can break a phone and half throw it out the window. That's the most important thing because once it's out the window, it's no longer a homing device, a microphone and a camera in the car. That's what you're carrying around. You're carrying a beautiful little computer. That's always connected to the Internet. Beaming beginning broadcasting your location? Always, not just GPS mind you. The Bluetooth in there, there's something called Beacons Bluetooth beacons, apple put them in their first and android. So we gotta have those two and the whole idea. I. Don't know if anybody's. I don't think anybody's using whole ideas you go into a gap. You Walk into the gap store and the beacon on your iphone says Hey Leo's here he wears ex ex l point them in the right direction and little thing pops up that says, Hey, welcome to the gap fifty percent off if you turn left now. That was the idea beginning some museums use them. You know you're standing in front of the Mona Lisa. Yes. It's small, very small, surprisingly small. That's how was painted. No, it's not a fake. Don't touch it. That kind of thing. So. That's doing that Blit Bluetooth. Here's a fun. Here's a fun thing to do. Turn on Your Bluetooth Pairing I've done this. Get on the bicycle and ride down the street. By the end of the street you have in your Bluetooth, a list of hundreds of devices. Joe's speakers. Sally's refrigerator. Tommy's watch. Jerry's iphone all of those listed because they're sitting there going hey hey, over here, all the time. Then, there's the GPS Oh, and then it's got a microphone actually most of the modern funds have more than one. They have many microphones so they can be really really accurate. been. Really, hear every word you're saying when you try to get Syria to do something she goes I don't know what you're talking about. But boy, she heard you she heard you loud and clear because he got Mike Refunds in that thing. And then there's a camera. My case not just one, there's one, two, three, four. Or cameras not to mention depth sensing accelerometers a compass. This phone is designed to be and it's incredibly useful because of it the perfect homing device that's why that's why Jason Bourne throws it out the window. So we're carrying that around now, who has access to all that great information. Everybody. When you put an APP on your phone, what's the first thing says? It says it has a few things. Can I send you notifications? That's mostly it right. Can I use location if it's a map why not? So you say, yes. Yes. Yes. Now, that APP is just sitting there. It doesn't ask a lot of the things. It does affect. It's funny because. Apple's about to release in a month or two the next version of their iphone operating system I o West Fourteen. And the whole world up in arms. Because Iowa's fourteen adds new things. New Privacy protections like? Here's one the AD industry doesn't like too much. Hey. Right when you install the APP hey, is it okay if I use the apple advertiser ide- to identify you. Know. You could turn it off, but it's buried way deep in the settings now is asking you in the advertising industry says, that's GONNA kill us. Nobody's GonNa say yes to that. We're out of business. Okay. Apple says, yes see that's what you get. We tried we apple by the way. Don't take apples like the the angel here because they wanted to do an ad business, they had a thing called i. adds it would do exactly. That's that's why they had the. Apple advertiser I id. It just flopped. So Apple said, oh. No. What are we going to do? Oh, I. Know Let's pretend we care about your privacy because we can't attract any. You know we can't sell it anymore. So We'll make lemon lemonade out of Lemon and where the privacy company.

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Blood and Truth review

Your Weekly Tech Update

10:03 min | 1 year ago

Blood and Truth review

"We start the show with the game that it's been over three years in the making when the PlayStation VR was released. One of the first games was a demo disc of swords called PlayStation worlds giving you a short games like VR Muench where the player liens and slides down a highway of eighty other vehicles, scavengers oughta see that's where players explore a Sifi location using vehicles, and defeat aliens using the scavenger beam in pulse cannons. There was also shin descent players, there descend to the depths of the ocean and observe different marine, life danger ball was pretty fun. It was a sports game in which use your head to hit a ball. And then the London, heist a first person shooter in which the player controls a mobster who is tasked with stealing a diamond and is really one of the standout experiences. It showed that AAA quality game. Were possible on the PlayStation, VR and left us wanting so much more than it's twenty minutes of gameplay gave us today. I'm happy to say, Sony has released the spiritual successor to the London, heist. And it's now my all time favorite VR game in blood and truth. You play or rather star in the best action movie, I have ever experienced as British commando Ryan marks who comes home, after his father's funeral to find out a rival organization is trying to muscle the rest of your family out of the family business. It's never said what that business is. But you get the idea pretty quickly that it's not exactly legal. Now you can play this with the standard DS for controller. But really, you wanna use the moves giving you the ability to manually reload your gun throw grenades and even climb in. Crawl during this six hour adventure. It really brings you that much closer to actually being in the game. You grab ammo off your chest to reload your weapons, and you can even flick. The double barrel shotgun and revolver closed after you put in the ammo. If you remember the awesome firefight on the highway, from the London, heist, then you'll be happy to know that they start this game with that level of excitement with an equally heart pounding car-chase in just the first few minutes of the game. If you have ever wanted to feel like you were part of a JAMES BOND, Jason Bourne, or even die hard movie, than this is what you've been waiting for blood and truth, has a great storyline full of some of the best character animation. I have ever seen. Even if it was getting really close to the uncanny valley, in places the whole world feels full of life, and they vary the action, so things never actually. Get boring for you and you're always looking forward to what kind of new experience is around the corner from gunfights in many locations to jumping off a crane high above the city to picking locks hacking security, panels, climbing the side of a building in crawling through air ducts. It was so thrilling and well, put together that I didn't even want care that this is a sensually a rail shooter. There is little to no free movement. And I didn't mind one bit. I see games as interactive movies, one of the only things that I hate about movies, his the good ones have to end the avengers. Endgame was three hours long. And I would've loved it to stretch for four region five, that's the great thing about a good story. You don't want it to end and the great thing about games. A good story could go on for hours more, or even tens of hours or hundreds of hours, depending. On the game. That's how it feels to play blood and truth. It's a great amazing story that you live through, and you don't want it to end. You have to see what's around the next quarter in your heart pounds like a kid for the first time in a candy store for the whole ride. You start the game talking to a special agent who has caught you and is convincing you to cooperate. The first action sequences a flashback to Ryan marks last mission and access a first level tutorial to teach you how to move shoot and reload. You'll also get your first look at your bag complete with a screwdriver wire snips lock pick and extra fuse, you're supposed to take out the baddies and extract, a colleague this leads into a great car chase gunfight seeing that lasts a full three and a half minutes and shows off some great explosive slow moments you fly way in a helicopter to get to the intro and find out. Your father has died of a heart attack. Then you're heading back to London. The next scene sees you in an airplane, and then being picked up at the airport by your brother, all the characters are very expressive. And as the story, unfolds, you can look around the room to see all the NPC's reacting differently to what's going on to your mom, giving, you concerned looks to your sister, rolling arise in grinning, and the bad guy, showing his disdain for you and your family.

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"jason bourne" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

GSMC Movie Podcast

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"jason bourne" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

"We're probably not appreciating right? Also on a side note for doing ages Matt Damon is forty eight. Okay. So he's still order. You know, he's still younger than counterweights, which is amazing Scown arrays looks great. Yeah. But not saying that Matt Damon hill too. But I just think Kiana raises a bigger surprise, right? Yeah. Man. Matt damon? You should also not be shouldn't do anyone as important films. You gotta like, particularly as or something, you know, your joints. Yeah. You don't need that. No, protect yourself. But yet I feel like those are two really good series to watch. I liked both of them. I'm going to have to go back and watch three and four of Jason Bourne in the Jason Bourne series. And I can't wait till part three comes out. What did you think of each phone? I I really like them these are really solid action series. Yeah. You know, if you want to like watch like if I feel like this is these are good films to watch other people like if you're having like get together, and you want to watch like a fun movie, you know, as opposed to like, I don't know like the transformer series. Like these series are way more solid even though like elements can be repetitive. I would say they're still really fun their quality action films, you know, kind of long, but they're also like classics in everyone knows treason, boring. I highly suggest and you get to watch young Matt Damon wearing like early two thousand sweaters. With like the giant callers. It's great. It's crazy. But anyway, those are two movies reviews for this action review. I guess we would call it. Thank you so much for listening and join us on the next movie podcast..

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"jason bourne" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

GSMC Movie Podcast

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"jason bourne" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

"But he looks like John I mean count arabes makes it look better. Stay just because of his background in firearms. But I feel like Matt Damon has somewhat of a background. So he can do a lot of his own stugotz stuff looking at them. And he looks like more like muscular, I guess you'd say but Kiana read like as he when he moves it. He like m-more better. Yeah. It seems more natural. I agree. I do want to give a little bit of some comparisons of the two. Which I feel like a lot of assassination series get dragged on just because you can make a story and big goings. They're like five Jason Bourne movies. Yeah, I feel like all could have been handled in like three maybe even four, but I feel like three would have been enough. And I really hope they don't do that with the John wake series because I like John wicks character and what he's capable of. And what he does and everything. So with part three I hope to end it on that. They don't make a sixth Jason Bourne. Yeah. Why that they already changed the title for the last one from all the just born legacy born out tomato born Ramsey now. Just Jason born. Yeah. They can't go past that they shouldn't. They shouldn't. It's that's the final also met him getting older. Yeah. Don't put him through that again. And you can tell the age from you. You can. Yeah. And it's like, right. It's almost like beating a dead horse. It's like, okay. How much longer are you going to do that? So, but I hope they don't do that with John wick series. They can just leave that alone. Because even Kiana raves is getting older. I know they should really. Yeah. Yeah. Colleague, good. And also, it's what did I say, it's oh, yeah. A lot of. You know, these assess in movies, I feel like if you seen one you seen them all because they're all about just killing people. And there's a reason why so this selling point is like the story line, and, you know, some people like to watch people die. I'm not one of them. I just like the action. Maybe that is a toilet to watch people die. For the movie podcast Weaver psychology podcast. I don't know. I don't know if I would want to be involved in that one. But anyway. Yeah. I just you know, if you'd like the story line, then you'll enjoy watching all the series of that specific story like like the Jason Bourne series or the John wick ones. But right. I want to mention canneries is fifty four and he has a mazing. No. And he's doing a third, John wick? Yeah. I think it's already filmed actually or in the making 'cause I heard about this like a year or so ago. I mean, that's still old. Yeah. He looks good though. So I hope Dallas drag out, you know, the the series. I personally like seeing Kiana Reeves in action films more than I do Matt Damon. Just 'cause I know like Matt Damon can be hilarious if he really wants to so can Kiana Reeves, but that was like in his olden days. Like when he first started like in ride and stuff like that. Right. Like, the ditzy friend or whatever. But. Yeah. The born series if you're into that and really like to go along for the ride for action. That's a good series to watch. I and I do believe each of those are around two hours long. They're long movies. Yeah. So n same with sing with John wick. I think John wick was about almost it was just over two hours. And then chapter two was a little bit over two hours. Yeah. They're definitely longer. Also, I was watching this ad night. And I have to say I felt bad for my roommates because the continuous gunshot sounds..

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"jason bourne" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

GSMC Movie Podcast

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"jason bourne" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

"Welcome back to the MC movie podcast. We're going to continue or I guess finished talking about the Jason Bourne series. I do what I did like the story line on this. I thought it was pretty cool about how it was more conspiracy. Like how Heidi said, and then like the nesia part because then you get to go along and learn things about Jason as his Ryan about the organization just like him. You know what I mean? So you see everything and you have to pay attention into in these ones because all the things a lot of the pieces of his puzzle. Like you see? So it's not like really spoken about until he's explaining it to somebody else, and he doesn't really have any allies. So you just kind of piece it together just like him by seeing certain things in things that he find stuff like that. So I thought that was caused for a mystery kind of. Yeah, I love it. You are along for the journey. Jason Bourne, and I would say I like, John wick Andreasson born. But I think I enjoyed the story of Jason Bourne a little more. Because of that discovery factory Sevilla can John wick. I know generally what's going to happen. They're a little twists like. Ooh, assassination society, you know, which is kinda cool to find out. But the Jason Bourne twists are a little more investigative right? And I enjoy that. Yeah. And it's like the two differences. There is like with John wick is like you feel for him because he just kind of wanted to relax and be a civilian and kind of beyond with his life retired. Do what retired people do it even though he wasn't that old? He just raised wanted to go golfing. You know? So it's like, oh, I feel for you. But then in Jason Bourne in the Bourne series. You're like I want to figure out to like. So you're more amped about it. You know, I really liked the story. I should go back and watch three and four just so I can get a idea of how or when I don't even know. I know he figures out who he is. And at the end, they they mentioned his name his original name before they made him. Jason Bourne, gosh was David Webb and. Get I want to know what happened there. I feel sad. I'm like, oh, they took so many things away. But then like in the flashbacks when I was watching Jason born the last one it was showing like almost like he volunteered for all this that he kind of finds out from from how much I watched I fell asleep. I'm not even going to life fell asleep. Don't he doesn't move because I was like I couldn't follow it. And I feel like that you just because I didn't watch three more. So I don't want to say anything negative about that. But he kind of figures out that his dad was employed. Oh, no. Yes. So he knew his dad was working with the organization but indirectly and this chick who's played by. Julia stiles. She comes up in. I think part two and then she's along for the ride also. But she kind of tells them like know your dad was a direct player in this. And they've been watching you since you were a kit. Oh my gosh. What? So they find their twist. I have to say, I'm not a fan of Julia stiles. In these films. She's not a really good. I liked her in ten things. I hate about you. But I don't feel like she was really a strong asset in this series at nj. She's in the first one to these starts in the first one. Okay. Yeah. But I do like the story line. I think Matt Damon is a great actor. He he and with his I don't know how much martial art background. He has..

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"jason bourne" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

GSMC Movie Podcast

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"jason bourne" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

"Supporting Jay sane. No. I'm not. But anyway, so there were three different directors for these. So the first film Bourne, identity director was Doug Liman and then four to three and five the director was Paul Greengrass. And then for part four which was born legacy. Tony Gilroy directed that one. I don't know why Paul Greengrass took a break into do part for then came back for part five. I don't know what the issue there was. But anyway, just kind of a quick summary of the series itself. I'm not going to go through each movie, but of the series itself Jason born played by Matt Damon is trying to figure out who he like really is. Because he wakes up and kind of doesn't know where he is. Or why he has amnesia? Yes. So he's going along trying to figure out who he is where he's from all this stuff. And along the way he finds out a lot about the bad things. That he's done. And who kind of like threw out who he's like an organization who he's worked. He has worked for who created this Jason Bourne, purse, right? So he kind of starts to put all the he eventually gets all the pieces of the puzzle put together and figures out who he is and the organization, and then goes after the organization, and so he kind of accepts that tries to I try to stay away. But then he's like, no forget this. You guys kind of messed up my life. Yeah. Oh, yeah. So he goes after them and kind of tries to take them out. And then there's obviously conflicts along the way, and then it goes on I think in so in the last I tried to watch Jason born the other night. I don't know if it's because I didn't watch part three or four, but I just couldn't get into it. I don't know what it was. I really like action. But it just it didn't seem like it evolved, the story evolved from one into it all looked the same. So I don't know. I don't know. Maybe I should go watch three and four to see what I missed maybe catch up on. Yeah. All of your. You know, all your action x a lot of action chases. You did. The first two though, I enjoyed them. Yeah. I agree. I think also part of like I feel like it's hard to watch Jason born without knowing like the whole canon around who Jason Bourne is like, you know, that he's a deadly assassin and whatever. But like watching the first one like filmed back in two thousand and two we like, oh, well, look at look at young bat Daming finding out that he's an assassin like going after all the people in like trying to run away as you were saying. Yeah. From the I don't know the organization that made him who he is. And I think also if you're a fan of conspiracy theories, you will probably like this definitely definitely because it does. It doesn't even hint around that. It just basically says what it is. Right. You know, it's just like it could be no this. This is exactly what's going on. Yeah. We created you in this is for what reason so on that we're going to take a quick break and come back and finish talking about the born series..

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"jason bourne" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"jason bourne" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"In which he after the Lehman Brothers business in the financial collapse. He did this thing where he suspended his campaign, and he went to Washington because the Senate needed to be there to address the situation. Have he been the creature of his minders? They decide this is nuts. Jason Bourne says he's selling shirts to help obser- Tammy Barrett. Tammy's shift made a mind with the awesome police department. She's been there for the last eleven years before that she spent nine and a half years in the army Barrett is now paralyzed inborn is hoping to raise money for her needs. You can find a link on NewsRadio KLBJ dot com later today. Garbage as radar weather watch. I've eighty nine seventy nine in San Marcus..

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Latest acquisition suggests Apple’s next big thing could be AR-powered smart glasses

Todd and Don

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Latest acquisition suggests Apple’s next big thing could be AR-powered smart glasses

"You bring it Todd and dawn has some tech stuff we get a what what Porsche Porsche one point which may be time to upgrade absolutely yes I shouldn't tech news brought to you by Texas mutual insurance apple has announced that it has acquired a startup focused on making lenses for augmented reality glasses you know the big glasses you put on you know for v VR virtual reality seen those things on TV gamers and. Things like that that's eventually going to go away and it's just gonna. Be a contact. Lens yell in their bit bulky yeah the acquisition of a Kona holographic maybe, a signal that apple has ambitions to make. Wearable devices in

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Tom Cruise, Ethan Hunt and Jason Bourne discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

03:48 min | 2 years ago

Tom Cruise, Ethan Hunt and Jason Bourne discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

"Plutonium in Berlin we wouldn't be having this conversation and his team will be. Dead yes they would that's the job and that's, why I want one my. Own men on the. Seat to appraise the situation Agent Walker special activities his reputation precedes you use a scalpel. I, prefer ham. Blew out Brian, the movie guys here mission impossible fall out you know how much I love Tom Cruise You should love him more, I should, tell you, why this is. The sixth mission of. Six to one yes the last. Two have made my, top, ten lists at. The end of the year because you know Tom Cruise I think he has some duds in his filmography but he delivers I mean this is a guy who gets it he. Wants to give you your money's worth he's out there. Doing all the stunts broke bones do broke. His, ankle on a huge jump and then kept acting with a broken ankle. Wouldn't have healed for six months but then he was back at it six weeks. Later this is the? Best movie of? The. Summer oh and the summer's not even over is the, best movie of the series and, it is quite possibly the greatest. Modern day action film I. Have ever seen are you kidding it is that good wow this for and. It's. Not just a mindless popcorn popcorn you're it's a really well written well-designed two and a half hour You know what this movie made me forget about the Jason Bourne. Movies it made me? Forget about the? Law. Though they're really good this top stat wow there's more, to, Jason almost robotic and they're, great, movies but but Ethan hunt Tom Cruise the so much charisma and. The cash that he, surrounds himself, with Angela, Bassett Alec, Baldwin who we just heard Henry cable. Who cavalier who played superman and this is phenomenal he's the CIA agent. It's following Ethan hunt it's just. These movies are so well. Written there's double triple crosses there's there's there's heart there's. Humor but there's just. Nonstop practical effect action so it's not done with computers and he's learning how to play helicopters? He's racing motorcycles, through oncoming, traffic he's doing all this crazy maybe I'll give, them a break and go see. His you should do it, I, took my eleven year old and. He was a Unia somebody would you think of something and they. Say I'm speechless which immediately makes them. Net speech because he spoke I took my eleven year. Old he had no words knees eleven and they always. Have urged. Lot so. I'm giving this my first day. Plus of the year mission impossible followed is a must see movie I. Only hope that come the end of the. Year something like this gets a, little. Recognition come Oscar time we'll see all right we're just, about out of time Anything to say about teen titans. Go super Superfund smarmy smart Aleck animated movie with Robin. And his team titan team I had a blast with. It solid. Be my. Daughter's going to make me go That's fun all right have a great weekend did you Brian movie guy at six fifty one and we need to get to our propel insurance money update the US economy grew, at, its fastest pace in nearly four years. In the second quarter is consumers boosted spelling and farmers rush shipments of soybeans to China to beat retaliatory trade tariffs before they took effect in early July Chris domestic product increased in a four point one percent rates also as government spending picked up who's the, strongest performance, since the fall of, two thousand fourteen Samsung display a unit of Samsung Electronics says it's recently developed, unbreakable, bendable, screen has passed safety testing in. The US allowing. The, firm to begin marketing the product the South Korean firm. And apple supplier says the screen can be used in devices such as smartphones tablet computers portable. Gaming machines and car consoles. That's your money now Jennifer Kushinka KOMO, news trading is underway on Wall. Street the Dow is up about twenty twenty five thousand five fifty three and five. Hundred up two the NASDAQ is up, eight Kiara has a check on traffic next KOMO news time six fifty two if your you have the Samsung. Galaxy s. nine you were. Holding the fastest smartphone in.

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"jason bourne" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"jason bourne" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"And can cause cava tation which i have no idea what kevin nation is but it doesn't it causes bubbles in the brain oh all right so they die so then you idolize vary because they they did a lot of research about the brown noise for while which was obviously that sonic pulses supposed to make you shit your pants and there's a lot of stuff that came out that was done by the skunkworks department like the black ops world of our special forces that some of his fake purposefully they've done like fake plans of goofy shit so it helps bury other super secret shit that they do this sounds like the beginning of jason bourne movie right at we don't know the rest of the plot to and we don't know who the actors are absolutely no idea but they've been doing that stuff here in the states for quite a while all the protests and stuff all just the blaring music we did like a lot torture sites in a lot of the prison sites it happens all the time and this i up swirl they use music quite a bit but that's mostly they use they use it almost more so they give pop music to people that haven't had pop music before and they switch it use it and then they'll play stories of alqaeda doing defunct shit like bloopers from cuba in order to like make them less important and less scary in the eyes of the people that there that are in control they are in control of so that they can feel less fear about rejecting them or trying to start a revolution against god's goofball antics but now you understand like you see all that footage of like or you think about like dad's in the car in the nineties and their kids are listening to nothing but britney spears and there's starting to freak out it is an actual torture technique to listen to something on repeat that you don't particularly want to hear but you gotta do it because you want to be a good father why i remember my father when i was first watching an adam sandler movie billy madison.

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"jason bourne" Discussed on The Incomparable

The Incomparable

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"jason bourne" Discussed on The Incomparable

"Really hurt every time she eats every time she opens her mouth it's kind of like the cut in the shape big shaving cut in fargo you know or or he's got the big cut on his cheek it's the same type of thing that's hard i think that's why they didn't intend for her to that's why come back wouldn't have done that if they had to make it up in every episode after that but they did a good look for i don't think i'll say about her as if if she was she was gender reverse and it was the guy thing like whenever whenever there's a super assassin who it turns out is treated as disposable tool of the puppet masters that malice asan comes back and you know and gets revenge on the masters and so far that hasn't happened with jason bourne south thing she's a trained assassin she thinks she's doing a job but what turns out is like you're just tool cease to be useful we will have you killed and you know and she survives it because she's a super assassin right but instead of seeking retribution she's like i still just want the money killed people you pay me the money right pragmatic yeah she's not she's not like now i must avenge you and take down the whole organization i just wanna get paid well i mean there is there is an element of personal that comes in towards the end of the season two but like and that is interesting because we're saying where where does that character then go is that a change in direction for them or are they you know it was that a one off i was like the fact that she is hard to kill not because she's a superhero but because she plans ahead like shans she like she senses just like the audience when it may be likely that she's going to be killed and she's ready for the mold of male action heroes that she's a divergence from they they have this at the point that it's been parodied so many times i can't count now where they are unkillable they have this amazing ability to dodge bullets they they only barely ever get hurt or grazed or something like that and she really takes gigantic amount of punishment and.

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