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"justice society" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast
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"justice society" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast
"Today i look at justices. It world war two. I love new frontier. And it's great revisit. this period piece superhero matt. Bomer you remember once voice. Superman is now voicing the flash flashes challenges in this particular film are that he really is a fish out of water. He suddenly finds himself and these extraordinary circumstances. He doesn't really understand where he is or what's going on and the rabbit hole only gets deeper as he goes on top of that. He's trying to ingratiate himself to the justice society of america. Who basically see him as an interloper. They don't really know what's going on with him. And take on to me. One of the scariest Foes possible not only the nazi army but Someone who's ultimately controlling them called the adviser who has the ability of mind control so the odds are released stacked against him from the get. Go down i had. She gives her thoughts on ww. I feel at this stage. Wonder woman is a part of the zeitgeist. I mean. I grew up with some of the reruns of the old wonder woman tv show so i feel like a combination of the tv. Show the film that just recently came out along with all of the other sort of online and and comic book versions and televised versions of the character. Just have made it very much a part of my growing up and my consciousness so Very familiar ultimately. I feel like almost every girl in the northwestern quadrant of earth is familiar with wonder woman and probably has it as a beacon of Possibility for her. And that sort of superhero warrior. Ask way you know. Liam mcintyre voices. That king of atlantis akwa man in justice society. World war two. So how akwa man sound in this version. We'll developing the voice for was For a team effort we sort of all sat down and sort of worked out was he. Kingly mercy very regal and no legno sort of decrees everywhere sort of thing but some based on the character going with. He's not he's not that version of comment so he he's Go to mid-atlantic which seemed appropriate for an atlantan And you know sort of straddling that line between american and british and but still with a with an authoritative kind of presence which is kind of darkened by the full sitting on top of him. That's kind of guiding him but it was important to not telegraph that he was he was under control or anything like that. So yeah just just finding this powerful but not to the blonde voice that sort of sits in between england in america and what about his attitude the attitude that i choose for man. He's i mean he's a god king essentially you know so he's He's always in control He's always the lost would on everything so he has a certain expectation to to be right to be definitive to be listened to so to to give imbuing with that sort of powerful energy. Which again is fascinating. Because he doesn't realize that the choices making may not be the choices he would make if he was freedom to make those choices..
"justice society" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Period. Piece superhero matt bomer. You remember once voice. Superman is now voicing the flash flashes challenges in this particular film are that he really is a fish out of water. He suddenly finds himself and these extraordinary circumstances. He doesn't really understand where he is or what's going on and the rabbit hole only gets deeper as he goes on top of that. He's trying to ingratiate himself to the justice society of america. Who basically see him as an interloper. They don't really know what's going on with him. And take on to me. One of the scariest Foes possible not only the nazi army but Someone who's ultimately controlling them called the adviser who has the ability of mind control so the odds are released stacked against him from the get. Go down i had. She gives her thoughts on ww. I feel at this stage. I wonder woman is a part of the zeitgeist. I mean. I grew up with some of the reruns of the old wonder woman tv show so i feel like a combination of the tv. Show the film that just recently came out along with all of the other sort of online and and comic book versions and televised versions of the character. Just have made it very much a part of my growing up and my consciousness so Very familiar ultimately. I feel like almost every girl in the northwestern quadrant of earth is familiar with wonder woman and probably has it as a beacon of Possibility for her. And that sort of superhero warrior. Ask way you know. Liam mcintyre voices. That king of atlantis akwa man in justice society. World war two. So how does akwa man sound in this version. We'll developing the voice for was For a team effort we sort of sat down and sort of worked out was he kingly mercy very regal and no legno sort of decrees everywhere sort of thing but some based on the character going with he's not he's not that version of comment so he he's go to mid-atlantic which seemed appropriate for an atlantan And you know sort of straddling that line between american and british and but still with a with an authoritative kind of presence which is kind of darkened by the full sitting on top of him. That's kind of guiding him but it was important to not telegraph that he was he was under control or anything like that. So yeah just just finding this powerful but not to the blonde voice that sort of sits in between england in america and what about his attitude the attitude that i choose for man. He's i mean he's a god king essentially you know so he's He's always in control He's always the lost would on everything so he has a certain expectation to to be right to be definitive to be listened to so to to give imbuing with that sort of powerful energy. Which again is fascinating. Because he doesn't realize that the choices making may not be the choices he would make if he was freedom to make those choices. So it's a funny way to create sort of pseudo villain where he's so authoritative and indifferent world. He would. That would be fantastic. Because the lord lord of the sees you you want that but with this some shroud over him. it's it's kind of creepy scary chris. Diamond topples is the voice of steve. Trevor injustice society world war. Two.
"justice society" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"justice society" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"Building a new pontoon. Yeah so like you said the animation being slow the these two movies. They are not frantic as we are used to seeing from time to time with the older animation style and also the high paced action things like that they allow the story time to breathe and the characters to interact more than just land before. Because they've done they've had great movies in the animated and the animated universe but the story in pacing seems more balanced throughout. Yes.
Finding the Right Leader For Your Org
"The managing director equity initiatives for koya partners melissa is responsible for ensuring that quiz commitment to diversity equity and inclusion is infused into every aspect of the firms work with clients candidates staff in leading this work. Melissa applies experience as search leader for numerous organizations as well as for background in social work in staff development prior to this role melissa served as managing director equity executive search with partners primarily focusing on identifying senior leaders for social justice organizations melissa lead or co-lead executive searches for organizations including innocence project diaz community changed foundation for justice society move on southern poverty law center and hentrich martin institute though her earlier nonprofit through her earlier nonprofit work melissa developed a deep understanding of variety of nonprofit roles and organization cultures prior to joining coy in twenty fifteen. She held positions with unicef. Usa safe horizon and cities of service. She also served as a founding core member and program manager with city year. New york melissa serves on the advisory council of equity in the center a national initiative dedicated to creating a more diverse equitable social sector talent pipeline. She actively volunteers time to provide coaching and mentorship to leaders of color and members of the lgbtq plus community. Melissa holds a masters of social work from the school social policy and practice at the university of pennsylvania and she earned her b a human services and theater performance from northeastern university. Well listen thank you very much for joining us and sharing your insights today. Thanks so much for having me john. It's great to be with you. So folks are drew bio and is one of the things. I just love about people in search. There doesn't seem to be. Maybe there's a degree in it but i very infrequently talked to someone who has such a thing my friend. Derek clarke failed. Who from dri who also been a podcast. Guest runs another search firm. She's an ordained. Rabbi every search leader seems to have this kind of wacky wildly diverse backgrounds. So how did your professional path leader to search. Please don't leave out. How cedar performance visit scrape up. Dick place for the start and especially i love. Dr and i agree similar to her and said lord is so many people in search we. You know it's it's things that line us up for this work even though we have no idea and then all of the sudden one day it's the only thing that we can do and so funny thing. It's actually a funny thing. Because i don't i mean maybe there are lots of other professional You know sort of professional career paths. That are like that. But this one seems uniquely wacky in that way definitely definitely and i think it's people think about what their superpowers might superpower. I rarely the smartest person in room. Sometimes the most interesting but what. My superpower is figuring out who the smartest in who are the most interesting people aren't any room and then introducing them to each other and just so you just shared my bio. I've had the chance to be in so many different types of organizations then community based work and national work in global work and in different parts of the organizations mostly in development but also on the program side in operations i. I'm social worker by training as you said i've got this theater background. Which is an interesting and so when it gets down to it. I love talking to people. I loved networking. I love having genuine and authentic relationships and seeing how i can be a resource folks and i was extremely extremely lucky and fortunate when i was at you at nsf usa to have Onondaga as my leader. When i was there and he was a believer. Not you know him. Joan of stu. He believed in creating ten percent of everyone on his team's time to carve out for them to do other work something. That benefited the organization. In some other. Way wow yeah. And and that's unusual. Especially considering he was leading development team and so what we found was that i love recruiting. And i liked going out and talking to people and letting them get to know unicef usa and in so. I was having a great time doing that. But it wasn't. My core job is really a fundraiser. And it was just threw a perfect stroke of fate that i was introduced to katy baton. Who's the founder of partners and she talked to me about what her vision was the work that clay was doing. She talked to me about her values and just as she talked to me about. I had no idea what an enormous sector the search field is and how many variations exist of nonprofit search professionals. But i i just decided that this is what i needed to do
"justice society" Discussed on Bible Study Evangelista Show
"In a habitual way we're not looking outside ourselves. We're looking at ourselves and so this whole social. Justice Siri. My goal was to get US looking outside of ourselves to look at our neighbor more deeply to look them in the eye and try to see their soul to look them in the soul and try to see God to look in their soul and see God and work with him toward what is good for that person, and we can really only do that in our interactions. One on one we we can't. We can't address the whole world at one time except by doing it this way because our love connection with God reaches all of them too. That's why he says seek first the Kingdom of God and his wife. His justice seek his Justice I and the Kingdom of God and all these other things will be added to you. We're focusing on all the other things and not the Kingdom of God and God's Righteousness What Is God's Righteousness Redemption forgiveness gratitude. Love all of those things. Go together. It's all stuff we've heard before God is love. God is light. God is the being that connects all of us together and when you are immersed in that being in that light in that love on A. Daily basis it radiates out of you and to your neighbor and that radiation of God through is what we're called to. It's that simple and when we keep that connection with God, we are walking in his just and when we walk in his Justice, we build the Kingdom of God on earth and when we build the Kingdom of God on Earth, there is peace there is the new creation, and that is what all creation is longing and stretching toward that new creation is what everything will. Indian and we have a part to play in that and it starts with us, it starts with redemption is starts with forgiveness starts with Thanksgiving it starts with that connection in God through to our neighbor I'm going to take a break of several weeks. I have to finish a book so I won't be back until the end of September the first of October but thank you for kind of sticking with me through this series I. Know It's been somewhat difficult, but I will miss. You I. Hope You will pray for me as I work on this this book, it's I'm working on it for you. It's an act of love for myself and just it's my little contribution right now. So until then my friend, thank you especially to my friends of the show at Bonn a LLC Bonney Si Lynn t jerry see Rowena a nancy be and Paul s thank you for being friends with the show I'll see you in a few weeks. I'm Sonya Corbett the Bible study eventually..
"justice society" Discussed on Bible Study Evangelista Show
"The catechism says in eighteen o seven justice is the moral virtue that consists in the constant and firm wheel to give their due to God and neighbor justice toward God is called the virtue of religion or worship justice toward men dispose one to respect the rights of into established in human relationships. The harmony that promotes equity with regard to persona- common good. The just man often mentioned in the sacred scriptures is distinguished by habitual right-thinking and the uprightness of his conduct toward his neighbor. You see how much more simple that is instead of going to pursue some sort of social justice thing. Instead, we need to pursue the habitual right-thinking and uprightness of. Conduct toward our neighbor. That makes it much more simple. Does it not? So in order to be just with God, we have to be just like God and that means that to be just or to act in justice means to extend mercy and forgiveness toward the good of the other person, and sometimes the good of the other person is not giving them what they want. Right sometimes their stuff love which we'll get to in a moment to and said there is this union and agreement. Between goodness and justice, you cannot separate that just is there also exists the good in short from the very first the creator was both good and also just his goodness created, his justice arranged arranged the world. The work of justice is apparent in the separation pronounced between light and darkness between day and night between heaven and Earth Excetera as goodness conceived all thing justice discriminated between them, the moments, their affect motion and state the rise and setting of each are the just. Mentioned of the Creator that would include the privileges that we talked about. Each of us has a different state, a different effect at different motion, a different duty, a different place, different personality, a different economic status. All of those things are part of God's justice they are in and of themselves a part of God's justice differences are just but differences are meant to be used to help other people. That's where we sometimes get it wrong. He's he continues do not suppose that his function as a judge must be defined as beginning when evil began, and so tarnish his justice with the calls of evil when evil broke out and the goodness of God began to have an adversary to contend again God's. Acquired another function that of directing his goodness according to men's petition, and this is the result the divine goodness being interrupted where God was spontaneously good is now dispensed according to the discipline or the reward of every man. So the entire office of just becomes an agency for goodness whatever it condemns its judgment whatever it chastises by its condemnation whatever it ruthlessly pursued it. In fact benefits with good instead of injuring that's why the book of James Says. The, anger of man does not accomplish. The righteousness of God I must say that again in a different way, the anger of man does not accomplish the justice of God. Okay. Because the justice of God is good and works toward the good toward the forgiveness toward the redemption of every human being I mean think about teenager and how you you they won't do what you ask them to do or what you know is good for them. Because of this, it's like they have this veil of of blindness. And they think you're out to get them because maybe what you're doing is difficult or maybe it's tough love. But at the same time it is for their good. We are the teenager right and so God whatever he allows and whatever he whatever he brings or will say allows in our lives is mitt toward are good and it is also a just allowance if that makes sense. Augustine. says the piece of all things the justice of order while he says four when we administer necessaries of any kind to the indigent, we do not bestow our own but render them. What is there? We rather pay a debt of justice than. Accomplish works of mercy. So also the truth himself when speaking of the caution required and showing mercy says, take heed that you do not do your justice before men to show is what he's saying don't do it for show the. PSALMIST. Also in agreement with his sentence says, he has dispersed he's given to the poor his justice. So we have to keep in mind that what we offer as a mercy is actually what is do that person automatically because of justice so the rich Man in the Gospel who was clothed in Purple and Fine Linen and feasted sumptuous Lee everyday he wasn't said to have stolen what belong to other people. But he used what was his own unfruitful early and Hale received him after that life not because he did anything unlawful. But because by immoderate indulgence, he gave up his wholesale to what was lawful. Sit with that for a moment saint is says a man is said to be just because he specs the right of other acquaintances. Justice is a habit whereby a man renders to each one his do by a constant and perpetual will. So now we then are getting into how justice and society are supposed to work together, and it's because of this connectedness to each other and to creation as a whole when we talk about social. Justice we're talking about the connections that we have with other people. Society social SOC to be social is to be connected to other people. So where is justice in society? Well, it's meant to be. It's meant to occur in all of our connections and it's meant to begin with the simple forgiveness of our enemies. That's the most powerful the gratitude for both our those we love and our enemy because of what they show us, teach us about ourselves about our world. All of that is Mitt to teach us. We're here to learn all of our sufferings are meant to help grow us in the capacity to love and when we talk. About Justice we have to also talk about judgment and that's Kinda. Looked at that in the Old Testament how judgment was also a function of discernment it was the essence of who got is to judge something is to separate something and we have to do that as human beings because we have brain right we have to categorize truth is we're all one in God and so he can separate but we don't do a good job of that. That's why Saint Paul told us not to do it not to condemn and not to judge because we don't judge properly we don't see properly we don't have the global vision that God. Has We don't understand how everything goes together. We're not even made to be able to you know when when we're dead and the body is gone, we will understand and know as we are known the Bible says but until then we are called to love justice is love and and I don't mean this who feeling in the Bible charity or love is sacrificial win it is in the good of the other person to do. So sometimes, it's not good to sacrifice for people over and over and over again when they mistreat that is a fault on your in you have to sometimes put up batteries to teach people to love proper. And so that is a responsibility of justice, a responsibility charity, a responsibility of love, and it's hard for us to discern. But that's why it's important to be in touch with God on a daily basis through the scripture so that we can know the right things to do the righteousness or the justice that is called for in each situation. We don't always know we work out of our carnal appetites we work according to what we want. We work according to what's good for us. We don't look at the other person as a.
"justice society" Discussed on Bible Study Evangelista Show
"Principle number six, solidarity. We are one human family whatever our national racial ethnic economic and ideological differences. We are brothers and sisters keepers wherever they may be loving. Our neighbor has global dimensions in a shrinking world at the core of the virtue of solidarity is the pursuit of justice and peace. Pope. Paul the sixth taught that if you want peace work for justice. The the Gospel caused us to be peacemakers our love for all our sisters and brothers demands that we promote peace in a world surrounded by violence and conflict principle seven care. For God's creation, we show our respect for the creator by our stewardship of creation care for the earth is not just an Earth Day slogan it's a requirement of our faith we are called. To protect people and the planet living our faith in relationship with all of God's creation. This environmental challenge has fundamental moral and ethical dimensions that cannot be ignored. That is a summary of the seven principles of Catholic social teaching. There are actually you can boil them down really to four the dignity of the human person, the common good subsidiarity and solidarity subsidiarity remember is. What is the smallest entity that can that can care for this particular issue? We want as small as possible not from the top down, but from the bottom up that subsidiarity. So the principle of the dignity of the human person, the common good subsidiarity and solidarity. These principles are the expression of the whole truth about man known by reason, and faith according to the church. So, we talked about rights and responsibilities and I'm not going to go into that anymore because I I don't have a whole lot of time and I want to to just look at justice as a biblical concept the original Hebrew and Greek words are exactly the same as those that that are translated righteousness. So that's the common rendering in in about half the cases where we have the word just and justice in the early translations. Later, translations changed it to righteousness and righteous. So we have to continually. Keep in mind that those two ideas are essentially the same. So righteousness and justice are the same idea in the scripture. So when you see one, you can inject the other one and and switch it around and you can sort of get some nuance there blessed is he who hunger and thirst for righteousness Jesus said you can just as easily say blessed is he who hunger and thirst for justice? Okay and that's why. I. Put that on that picture for that week justice. Then what is human justice? primarily. It had to do in the Bible with in especially in the Old Testament in conduct that was related to other people. Especially in regard to their rights, it applied to businesses where just weights and measures were demanded throughout the scriptures too many references to even list. But Leviticus Deuteronomy Proverbs Ezekiel it's demanded in the courts where the rights of the rich and poor and the Israelite and the traveler are supposed to be equally regarded. Your position, a bribe, your popularity. None of that should influence a judge or a witness Justice Justice Thou Shalt Follow Deuteronomy Sixteen Twenty says, and so in general, this justice is contrasted with the wickedness that does not fear God and does not regard men according to Luke eighteen to. So in a larger sense, justice is not giving others their rights, but it involves this active duty of establishing their rights and that's according to how God acts. Israel waits on God's justice or cries out the justice do me or literally my justice is passed away from God God is supposed to show her to be in the right as over against the other nations. Justice then is mercy to seek. Justice means to relieve the oppressed to judge the fatherless to plead for the widow. This same idea appears all over the Old Testament especially in Deuteronomy in psalms where the translation is righteous instead of just. So in that concept of justice, the full meaning of the New Testament isn't yet reached. It's just is talking about rights. It's talking about weights and measures, but not about this sin looseness or moral perfection job he knew that there was sending his heart and yet he still spoke of himself as just or as righteous because he works for that Justice and righteousness not he's flawless on the inside himself but that he's constantly working toward it, that's the sense of justice that God. Is himself. It's not it's not a right or wrong or a tally mark or a a black mark for each sin or anything like that. It's more that we're working toward that justice over the whole earth in the same way that God does himself and so that's the meaning of being just or a righteous person in the Bible it's not that you're flawless or perfect or that you do everything. Perfectly right it's that your your spirit is tending toward and reaching toward and pushing toward and working toward righteousness in yourself and in the world. Okay. So the Psalmist depends on the righteousness of God because he knows that no man is actually righteous in God's sight it's not a lack of humility or dependence on God when the psalmist asks to be judged according to his righteousness in the same way that that job did in relation to God the just or the righteous man is the one who holds to God, and trusts. In Him, that's the the meaning of justice. It's not this pharisaical idea. This legalism later on in the New Testament with this kind of merit and reward where God's justice is just a matter of giving everybody what he or she has earned. That's not justice. Justice instead is working toward the good of the other person that's actually the meaning of charity which we'll talk about later. The Word Justice doesn't even occur in the new. Testament and in most cases, we find that word just in the early versions it was changed to righteous and we know we've already seen that the two ideas are essentially exactly the same so you can interchange those two terms. Justin righteous and righteousness and righteous does occur many times throughout the new testament the idea of justice or righteousness it becomes more spiritual in the New Testament and ethical. It's a matter of character. and. God's own spirit is the standard behold for he is holy be holy for I. Am Holy. That's what the whole sermon of the Mount. The keynote of that was the the tendency toward justice and not particular laws our rights. Okay. That's why responsibility is more important than rights. We all have we got more rights than we can possibly ever even enumerate, but we don't all work in responsibility. So that's really where emphasis should probably be. That's where we see a lack. The give and take of justice is not enough. We're supposed to be merciful and that to everyone why because mercy triumphs over Justice James says the ideal is righteousness not rights and that is because God himself is righteousness and not about rights. Okay. So God's Justice or righteousness is found in his essential nature. But just as with man, it's not something abstract but it's seen in his relation to the world. It's his kingship establishing and maintaining the right. It appears as punishing the bad and rewarding the good. But even those things are always oriented to the good of the other person. The Bible puts forth God's justice as the fundamental fact in his nature that we have to reconcile with His mercy as best as we can because we see them as being in conflict, but they're not in conflict the two go together. We conceive of God's. Righteousness as the action of His mercy. That's how it really is just as with man justice means the relief of the oppressed and needy. So God's justice is his power engaged on behalf of human beings of men. So justice and mercy are constantly joined together. He's a just.
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"Twenty. If you WANNA, get star girl season, one. Very nice and we just have to wait and see if there's going to be season two. Phantom Zone, Fan Mail. Here from Ken from Chicago. Gay So who writes in? About the Justice Society the up, so we just discussed. And Says Hi. Charleston Jesse can from Chicago here with. The review of the episode, he breaks it once again down a good bad wa. GOOD MORE VILLAINS MORE DEVELOPMENT OF THE VILLAINS INDIVIDUALLY AS A group, so they are not in blue. Valley by choice, at least not all, and of course, some Chafe at following orders to lie low married VILLAINS MARRIED VILLAINS OR. Rare much less married villains who are usually more widows and widowers. More Scooby Gang Dynamics of course. Pat Calls him out for being kids and Courtney for endangering their lives at demanding back the gear. Love the pushback from the kids. You'll end up Beth and rick. Love Rick Turning the tables. What if PAT? Asked Courtney to turn in the cosmic staff, hurling re pause, and the gangs thought so facial expressions priceless. Rick Challenge Pats, effectiveness or lack thereof. Super Team Super Fight do sports master in Tigers have powers or the adjust really skilled. Skilled. Beth helped in the field despite not having powers, and without the stereotypical Damsel in distress or geek in this stress something. I wished felicity smoak was allowed more often on Ero. Stripes as the day, rick has to eat crow on Pats, usefulness, or is it humble pie? Now the bad. He mentions Courtney just happened to approach the kids as they were bonding with their roles. Fortunately, that didn't last, and she has did ask them to return the gear instead of lying to Pat. It looked like there was some wire in the fights that was amplified by cutting it in slow Mo.. If it was normal speed or even slightly faster, twenty two frames per second allow winter soldier fight scenes. It wouldn't have been noticeable. In Wa So sports master Tigress woke up icicle to tell him about the dead coach. It couldn't have waited until morning. Okay, I'm stretching I strained. Come up with something for this section I enjoyed the episode a lot. So he rates star girls. The Justice Society nine out of ten stars Super Cinematography knocked it down star. And And that's now keep in mind. How can This is a TV show compared to win soldier. Which is the movie bright so There are probably some limitations what they can do with. Camera work I'm guessing, but it was a pretty good scene I agree. There was not only good character development, but it was a very I I really liked the different fight scenes. I enjoyed it. I thought it was good. Yeah, obviously, there's going to be somewhere. Work involved. It's going to be a little noticeable. Yeah you just kind of have to kind of hand wave that a little bit. I think absolutely. I loved getting that feedback. You have someone else wants to give us feedback. 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"Junior as it turns out because You know Cameron McCain's. Icicle son they kind of go out to this cafe or something celebrating their mom's birthday. or Cambridge Mom's birthday. You know Jordan's wife and. Camera blows out a cake and if you noticed. You got to kind of see that little freeze breath a little bit come out of his his mouth revealing. In confirming that, yes, he does have powers just like his father. So that was a really lovely seen. It is always nice to see your big. Care about something, besides just himself in his plan and. I also. Let's look at the Jim Rats how they a civilian. While notice and and I don't think it's just because he was there with his son, he truly was that he knew the waitress was trying to do something kind right you know, and and so he he's known. That's good. We should celebrate or do you think he was just? Trying to keep his cool pardon the PUN. Because, his son was there. I hope and I am because he. Thought. He kinda glared at the waitress a little bit. I would have to rewatch it because I was worried for the waitress and I thought you know like is layer. He GonNa go back and kill the waitress site because when he's on front of his son, but it seemed to be while he may have had a moment. You touch something painful very quickly. He went. No, this is something. My son and I can share. Share it is if she was doing something nice and she was, the waitress was so apologetic. Oh, I'm so sorry. I didn't know I was trying to do something. Nice, and I didn't mean to bring back painful memories. I thought that was a nice little scene of that had You didn't need that, but you added it a lot more that filled out the characters. and. You really. You really like. Cameron and I'm starting to like Cameron a lot, I think he sees already shown a little bit of potential when he painted. And now then you see a little vulnerability of them. I liked this character and I'm hoping I I'm looking forward to see what they do more with him. And obviously we're going to get more of him in our next episode so slowly. We'll talk about that then all right anything else about this episode you WanNa talk about. Now no I liked it. I did a lot all right so favorite quotes I know you've got a big one. Yes. Yeah go ahead, you have. Do you have a? I have one short, and you mentioned it already, but our man. There's no way he built this out of cars and wildcat more like twenty cars and Dark Knight Patch should work for NASA and then Rick's Aka iron. Man I guess court was right. There is more to Pat. We thought I just thought that was a great scene where they're just staring at the robot. Right like aw, so yeah, you know it is pretty impressive, so it is. Let's see here icicle with sports, master and Tigress. Where he's basically calling them out about killing another yet, another coach in Icicles, like what is this the third coach in two seasons? And sports mess replies. A jerk had coming besides the way I it the last coach he left town and the one before that. and Tigris interrupts and says accident with a riding mower tragic. Yes, That was good. Mike with Courtney. Where he's pleading with nobody to come visit him. At the science varies like no, no, no, no, please nobody come. No one's parents are going to be there and I don't WanNa, look like some nerd. Courtney right there goes too late. That was great. That was really fat. Pat With Courtney. This will be my last pet with courtney. he surpassed says you've obviously started. And Courtney says I've started starting. Yes I love that line because she, she's at least aware enough. She's not quite there yet, but she has started starting well said. Let's go ahead and do your big quote. Yeah, so You know it's after the scene and if you've watched the episode, you know what I'm talking about. I just loved it. You know there. Yeah, they're kind of. They're up in a little biddy. Like overview. You can see the floor. Type area yeah. You would never believe them. Pat I had a plan to stick together, and we would have the gambler and we would interrogate him. They didn't do any of it. They didn't listen to a singer word I said. Pets seriously courtney serious. Pat. What like it went into one ear, and out the other in? It seems to me right out the other yet. Based on what you're telling me that you were trying to help them. Courtney I'm just trying to help them. Pets I mean that's got to be frustrating Corny so frustrating impact, even a little bit annoying according to a little annoying. Yeah Yeah, Courtney, they're going to get themselves killed impact. Yeah, I mean that's my son. Right exactly and then the silence and it's perfect. According! Oh, I see what you did there fat. Yeah, yeah, I feel for you, and then they go on to say he's going to help them, but I just love that exchange because he's looking, they're going. You don't get this at all do. It was perfect. So ratings you WANNA go first. You want me to go first. You go first. Okay. I'M GONNA. Give this one I like this one a lot. Lot of great character development. Let it good breakthroughs like we. You know good character breakthrough so I'm going to this one eight and a half ten chocolate volcanoes. I was going to give the exact same rating. So I will go eight and a half, one handed juggles thirty student. No no, that's feel your chocolate thunder well usually I go first, so you always have to have a backup, so I thought that was fair Yeah, this is a really good episode I. I was I enjoyed it a lot and This is this series continues just to really doing a good thing. Now. Phantom Zone News I. Only have a little bit of news that I want to share this time. star girl. 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"Pat Son and not hers biologically Yes you know Mike being the stepson to her to Barbara They may not normally have been as close, but because PAT is distracted with Courtney right now. Barbara's filled that void. A little bit earliest is trying to now. Obviously, she's got her own thing. You know as we find out because you know she's involved with. ICICLES group? Yes unwittingly of what you know, not knowing that he's the icicle. And she. She's obviously I think that's going to be problematic as well because I think Mike is gonNA format and a more of an attachment to her, and if she's off doing everything else, she's not gonNA. Have time for him either right and so. So he's got to be left with no parents. Yeah I agree I. kind of see that becoming a problem potentially down. But for right now, though she'd she actually, she's the one who shows at the science fair. Yes, and you know as inasmuch as Mike was protesting. He didn't want to either of his parents around. He's relieved to see her there. He's like and he's eager and he shows her and she's like taking a very active interest. And so I think it's A. It was a good bonding moment for these two. Yeah and then afterwards where they're eating the chocolate lava. That you know that's I was thinking I. Just don't I I'm too old I can't picture just having candy for dinner. Yeah you're. You're kind of young, but I have to think that Mike. You might want to watch out because you're essentially heading right down the path to diabetes early. It is. Like you know when you're in your twenty years old. You're going to be having a bad problem with that because. All that sugar man you got your. Back a little. I'm the guy that you know when I was a kid. I was downing two leaders of mountain dew back in the day. Young Kid obviously I. Don't do that now, but but yeah so I. Mean I get it especially when your kid? That's all you consume because it was sugar, and you love the sugar rush so but eventually to catch up with you. My Man, just little heads up absolutely so Now! What I did want to talk about you, know he? Eventually reaches out to the you know. We talked about how You know after the after the JSA. has there were know failure epic failure with fighting? Sports Master Tigress and needing rescued by stripe. Pattern Stripe Armor. He takes the kids back to his shop. And Kinda shows them like they can look over the stripe, armor, and whatnot, and they kind of like They're very impressed that. Pat Built Stripe out of cars. Yes, Beth makes comment well. You should work for NASA. Yes, I have that quote. In. But, even rick who had had problems with him earlier now kind of developing this little bit of respect. That Courtney and PAT in. You know I know you you're going to. Give us that quote later on, but. It's a big moment for Courtney and Pat because PAT has spent like the first five episodes. Trying to teach courtney. Hey, you know Not Thinking and not preparing. You know it's GonNa. Be a problem. And you're not listening to me trying to give you advice so now he's he kinda gets the opportunity to flip this back in court does and so, what did you make of that moment? So first off I loved it. It was the perfect way to You know to, but nothing in the episode you it with You know hope you see where you're going. Though you have brought up two points that I WANNA put a pin in and when we talked to the next episode, I'm GonNa Reference both days We're GonNa Reference Courtney and pass discussion and her revelation and Mike relationship with Barbara and his dad, so I'll talk about that next, but essentially this is you know this is the first time Courtney Kinda gets the lightbulb over here. Like oh I get it now. Yes, and and I also think I think pat. Has acknowledged that okay. You can't record it right. You can't put the genie back in the bottle. Or you can't put the genie back in the Purple Pin right exactly as well as we'll find out later, but but you know. I think it also yeah I. Think in a way. It kind of shows that Pat I. It's kind of a light bulb moment for pat because he realizes well. Hey, these are good kids. Yes, they actually you know like they were brave enough to. Fight out there and they kinda held their own. So. Maybe he realizes he sees the. Maybe he's kind of like. Seeing Courtney's perspective here as well a little bit, and he's kind of like as Courtney's mind is being open pats mind I. Think also being opened. To their other, so they're opposite points of view, and they're kind of meeting in the middle here a little bit. Yeah, there, there is a there is a question. is brought up. Often You're a baseball scout and you watch two people. To prospects run from home base to first base, and one of them has horrible form, and one of them has perfect form. They both get the first base at the same time. Which one do you draft? You draft the one with horrible form. Because when you give them good form, they should be even faster i. think he seeing with no training, no guidance, no experience. Okay, they didn't get themselves killed. They got in a few points. If I can take them. I do think if he could I. could I could work with them. Yeah, I can work with him if he could. He would definitely change this back, but he's accept the fact. He can't so K.. Let's since we're going to be on this ride anyway. Let me show you the right way to do it and let me true where you we might be able to do. Some good can keep you safe exactly so so I call. It was a really nice. Model to the episode it's. A good breakthrough moment for both of them. I agree I think well, said okay, all right so anything else about these characters. No look topping number three. Let's talk about the essay the Injustice Society of America. We kinda get a little bit more of what they're up to. Although we still haven't seen the big picture yet, no. We start off the episode. Basically being heavily introduced to sports master Tigress. Their daughter Artemis. Yes I. WanNa talk about this a little bit so artists as we find out. Is a phenomenal natural athlete. And so much so that she's actually like. A girl playing on the men's football team. Yes. Which is very progressive. She is dominating. Yes, they make the impression that she is not just adequate. She is better than every star player. Yes, because she's like an exceptional athlete coming from those two parents, and but the problem is that she has a little bit of a temper issue. Yes, and because of that. which you know sports, master says well. That kind of comes from her mom. and Tigris and as a result she has getting benched after an altercation with one of the boys on the team. And The sports master Tigress being. You know that those overprotective. Parents in the stands helicopter parent helicopter parents were the ones that think they know better than the coach. Yes confront the coach about this problem. Because Hey, you don't bench our daughter, right and. the coach. Stands up and says no, you know she needs it because she has an attitude problem in a temper problem and intervene. The coach said look. She's GonNa. Play on Sunday or Saturday or Friday whenever game is yeah. She's GonNa play. I just need to gigs her. Some discipline I need to do this will be in the better for her. The coach was totally right right. So Charles, but unfortunately he runs into. You know the parents said he's dealing with their, you know. Like, I've dealt with parents like you before, and it's like no, no, you have it because unless those parents were super villains. You. Haven't and as a result the ends up getting killed. So I am recording us in Texas. You're recording this in Ohio if they are not the top two football centric states the nation. They're in the top five. Yeah, yeah, well, especially in terms of college football. Here you've, have you. Have you know obviously you've got you know The Dallas, cowboys. Yes, and Houston Texans. Yes, but. Here primarily because our our pro sports football teams, you know the browns. The bengals aren't exactly lighting the world on fire. Yeah, Even when we had football you know we had the Ohio. State Buckeyes to fall on yes and so huge So. There is a culture yes of great football, and in Texas, especially has a huge high school football culture..
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"Thought they were going up against some middle aged overweight. You know card sharp right yet which? We later, no, they've the Gambler is actually more dangerous than that. Her mind, this guy is just. Oh, you know. He's good at calculating odds. Deal big deal. Still we can take him. There's there's four of us so think it was the right step to. Bring down their cockiness, a little bit and a huge step that all teams have to do. I have no matter what if it's a if it's a sports movie or a superhero movie there there is that point. In real life that you have to learn that. The the sum of the parts can be more than the individual only if you work together. You know like you said. It's a kind of a common theme in those kind of movies where the hero or heroine. Initially just goes. All Out Feeling confident overconfident. And usually ends up getting their butts handed to them by the bad guy. and has to kind of recover from that, and then in kind of. Practice a little bit you. You caged those trading montages. Yes, and you know, and then you know eventually they get stronger. They get you know more skillful, and then they come back, and because of this. You know the win the day. So I'm probably like the plot of every rocky movie ever and I'm I'm now by saying training montage. I'm thinking of team America's. That's exactly what I was thinking. Risk Montage Montage. Absolutely yes. That's what I was thinking, but that's essentially what happens though In in that shade storytelling so but but. Also I think it serves the purpose It gets the team. Like you said to take a step back, but it also steers them toward pat toward accepting pat and yeah, and what he brings to the table and and I. I agree I. Think it's a good point Charles Dimension while this may be a cliche. There's a reason why it's a cliche is because it happens and I. Certainly don't feel like this was cliche episode. I thought it was a necessary episode to see and I thought I just I liked. I liked the way that this was moving forward so I will. I'll save the second for liquor. But yeah. It's just you know it it. It was that. You know like you said. I, think it was something that was needed because we had young people that just get all bunch superpowers and their instincts are going to be like well. Hey, let's go up and beat up. Bag is yes and the reality the situations much more different so it you know. If this had happened in the real world. Yeah, they probably would have gotten in trouble and because of their inexperience and. You know it. It's it kind of forces them to take a step back. A little bit. So. We'll see how that plays out. anything else about these characters. Next topic, all right next top number two. Let's talk about Pat. Barbara and Mike. So we have Mike preparing for a science fair. and. Pat Apparently is busy. With, you know deal. You like trying to reach out to wreck and dealing with Courtney and whatnot so. He goes to the science fair. Basically we find out that that Mike is like the Willy Wonka. Of Blue Valley. He has he is apparently very skillful with candy, guess and to the point where his science project is I'm going to get every. Bit, of Candy in our house and I'm going to create chocolate lava volcano for the science fair. Yes, in at first, he's like I. Don't want anybody there to support me, but then once he's there. He He. He's kind of like well. Nobody's paying attention to me. Tell Barbara shows up. So so, what so? What did you make of this little? This little moment or this little little problem that I think that makes having with With his father. So I want. I. We will talk more about this when we do our next episode. Let's. Let's let's put a A. There's a lot I want to say, but I WANNA keep it in context. Yeah, so we can start about Mike and Barbara if yeah, exactly. Yeah We know I and I feel So far. It does. I don't know of pats a good father. Okay based on what I've seen so far. I would say he's not a good father. Now I don't know if. Courtney finding the staff and going off on these wild. overcompensate where if that had not happened, he would be more involved with Mike's life and be more engaged for I would like to think he would be, but just based on what we've seen so far he is. He is an absentee father in his kind of. In, pardon me. Charles way back in the. I was talking to an employee, a teammate and I said. You know you're doing a great job and I don't tell you well enough, and she says well. I understand because I used to work in daycare went I. Don't understand what that means. He goes well when he worked at a daycare. The bad kids take all your time. tend. To ignore the good kids? So I'm not saying Courtney's a bad kid. What I'm saying is. Courtney has a lot of problems right now and pats focused on that while Mike. About the bring that up because I don't think it's sent in. I don't think it's all pats. Fault here. No, I think it's because of Courtney is. You know eagerness and. Unwillingness to let this whole superhero thing go! Yeah, and so I think that's. Feels like he's obligated. He has to focus well. Mike has to suffer as a result. Mike is okay. MIC is a seems to be a pretty well adjusted I. We're thinking around ten. You Know Yeah Junior High Ish. Probably like maybe eleven or twelve, maybe closer to twelve, I think okay, and so you know he's. He's seems to be a pretty well adjusted kid you know, and so yes, he's a pats having to spend all his time with the you know the person that's at risk in in this case, literally at risk I liked Barbara. In Mike Interactions It seems like She is a very loving and caring. a mother figure right and she seems to truly care about him. She also seems to get him like she. She understands him a little bit more than PAT does. and I think that's partly because past distracted, but just on what we seen. Don't you seem like there seems to be a connection of? That they are finding each other, and she's been a really good mom to him, right? Well I think I think the pats absences, essentially kind of brought them closer together I like maybe they normally wouldn't be because you know obviously because Mike being..
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"You can't have the hourglass back. This journalists mine. and. Any is basically you know. He kinda calls out Pat. We'll talk more about pat now in our second topic, but basically he calls him out as a worthless psychic. Who Doesn't do anything? Yes, and then you. LLANDOUGH is is getting. You're starting to see. She is gaining a little bit for confidence back. She is she is. She is in her mind, redeeming herself and becoming. More aware and so yeah. This these these costumes gifts that courtney has given them been you. I don't WanNa, give it back. you know and and I don't necessarily with the exception of Beth I. Don't think they are necessarily bad things that they're doing. And even Beth isn't bad now i. just see the potential. So. There's a potential for abuse there. Yes, and so so yeah, I really I thought that was interesting. You knew it was going to happen When I think we'll get to this later, but They are. It. This almost feels like. You had three or four people, and you get a new game. Yes, and you rip it off the cover. You throw it in the computer. You throw it in your system. You throw it out on the table. Whatever it is and you're like Oh. We don't to read the rules. Let's just start playing. I can't wait to play right and all of a sudden. No, you can't or. or to even do I got all my musical instruments, and and we're going to try to perform together as a band and we've done over hersal. We done no quote. Unquote training, and it's a disaster. The I think that's a great point. Because essentially what courtney in the rest of the JSA new Jay are doing here is is the equivalent like you said it's like a garage band. and. They're essentially instead of practicing for months on end before their first GIG. They're just going out and playing a GIG, yes and weekly and as a result. It ends up becoming a disaster. Yeah, and it's only because pack comes in and saves them. So. Let's talk about that a little bit. So the end of. Two. What's this communication company called enter Empire Enterprises. and. The gamblers there we'll talk more about the injustice society, another topic, but But they go there and The each have a little bit of skill to get inside, you know. Beth is especially Beth who able. Everybody's wondering what Beth can contribute I think and then she ends up being the one who gets them inside the building, right proving her worth a little bit and the end up running afoul of the sports master in interest. And it. Basically comes this this this great little, Superhero fight. Essentially what in a parking, lot or like right outside the building? Yeah and And then one of them was inside like it looked like a storage area or something toge-, the gambler was outside. Yeah, getting basically getting this information when you laundering tigger tigress were playing, it looked like some kind of warehouse or something because we had to separate fights going on, and then everyone ended up in the parking lot. Yeah, you're right. You're right. You're right about that. Because yeah, you're right. While cat was fighting tigers. Inside the building and then it kind of spilled outside. You're right and So. It's obvious from this point that. This new version. The JC has no teamwork skills. They don't know how to. Help one another during the fight. They're essentially like lashing out. Rick is as our man is going at it with brute, strength. Court Courtney who seems to have the most natural talent. In Hey. It's her show. She seems to be doing the best riot. She's like at least a little bit longer. Yes, she already fought brainwave before. Poor Beth is just panicking. Right most of it. And because she doesn't really. She's able to like help out just a little bit here and there, but for the most part she's like you know Kinda like running away from everything, and then you'll Lana. Has that fierceness that that that fighting instinct? Yeah, but but she's so outclassed. I think by Tigress Yeah and. I think she's getting essentially fighting out of her way class. Yeah, so Beth I feel a little bit like whenever you're whenever I'm watching. dystopia Ian TV shows or movies. You know you like Oh. What would I bring to the table and I'm like what I'm not good at anything but podcast thing. You know I'm a decent manager. Right like but like I. Don't know how to fix anything or do electric I would be worthless if as we're rebuilding society you don't need. You. Don't need a guy that knows all about Bruce. Springsteen and is good at talking about doctor, who and a future world so you? If. This corona virus ends up going. You know if we ended up in the NBA apocalypse, you might want to like develop some skill sets. Thank you Charles, that's good advice. So you know a Beth. I do think that. Beth could learn how to be a strong teammate and offer advice. An NFL be be available, but right now all. She knows how to read a computer screen. Basically, that's all the goals are and and you're right. Rick is all about brute strength. He has no strategy. He has no tactical skills is just Just rage. Really it's it's. It's Hook Hulk Smash. Mix are comic universes for a minute up, but he isn't that strong. He isn't like the hulk where you know, nothing can hurt him and he's just this force fury. Apparently strong enough to lift a car. Yes, so he's kind of like Spiderman. Strong I think yeah, and then certainly as wildcat. She has done some boxing and she, but but there's a world of difference between being in a golden gloves you know rain with rules in sparring versus you know in a knuckle. A knuckle draggers. Bright you like throwing down the gauntlet and really going at it for real yeah, and so like a street fight. There's practicing at a gym and then there's the street fight. And as as a storytelling device, I think this was needed. I think they did a really good job. Charles of showing their cockiness their enthusiasm. Hey, let's go get justice. Also get revenge there and the and to be fair. You know they thought they were going up against some middle aged overweight. You know card sharp right yet.
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"Are Our heroes struggled a little bit. And I don't I. The price is right. Failed word. Yes, depending on time, I took the time to Down Courtney and pats final conversation, yes, because it was just so perfect. Just perfect way to end the episode. Yeah! I wrote that, too, but you can You can share that we get to it. Give a little background. Little Trivia on this episode, so if you're. Familiar with sports master in the Tigers from the comics. Sure. A lot of younger viewers younger listeners are. Sports Master first appeared in nineteen, forty, seven's all American comics number eighty five, as an enemy of Alan Scott the Golden Age Green lantern the very first green lantern. And? Tigress appeared first appeared as the huntress in nineteen forty seven sensation connex number, sixty eight as an enemy of Ted Grant, the original wildcats. Then, she ended up changing her name Tigris in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, young, all stars number six, because there is at the time confusion between the two characters because DC had. Created Helena Wayne later, Helena Bartonella. The huntress who is originally you know the daughter of Batman before. She was reimagined as the daughter of a mafioso. Don. and. If you're curious about their daughter, Artemis crock chief first appeared in one thousand, nine hundred seventy infinity, INC, number thirty four and became a member of. Injustice unlimited that. That the he's version of the injustice society that was overseen by the wizard interestingly enough. So. Obviously. They're not gonNA be able to do that because hey, the wizards dead unless they bring him back from the dead at some point. But but I just thought I'd mention that because kind of get a little little comic history for everybody again I think it's been really nice how they are Pulling from the you know, Golden Age Silver, age, the modern era, all these different things in obviously with Jeff, Johnson and. With James Robinson. We know on this writing team. They're going to do that like okay. Why make up? You know right new villains or come up with new names when we can use these, tweak it a little bit to serve our purpose, and then they're kind of. Massive Easter eggs for the fun fans. Fans Yeah Yeah. They're they're now. Charles there is a small small percentage that spoil it for the rest to go. Hey, that is a true story. Like okay look just. Go with us. This is a new universe. Yes exactly I agree. It's not know a lot about them. They were both very cool villains. And I'm always impressed when someone can do a one hand juggle. Once seen did that. Yeah really cool villains can do what I can do. It was in juggle. You can I can. I can't do it to hand. Juggle believe it or not, but I can do on one hand. Juggle okay that I will need to see before we hang up to. Have anything here. Okay? Timid all right. We're GONNA plan on that. We're going to do a facebook live some. Charles doing what handed just basically. Spent a couple of baseballs in my hand, so yeah. Very cool all right. So. Three topics today. First topic I think we should talk about right off the bat. Because Hey, the title of the episode is the Justice Society. Let's, let's talk for number one. Let's focus on what I like to call the new teen JSA. I like it I like. A little not to the new teen titans. Yes, which I can't resist so the new team, Jsa our new Justice Society the Justice Society the next generation if you will. Courtney. As is this episode starts off. You know. Pat is waiting for her because. You know that he found that Courtney has been. Doling out these superhero identities to everyone. and. Wants all the stuff back. which kind of leads problems for Courtney? because. She has to go around to everybody to try to get the stuff back, so so. What did you make of Courtney? And and in the rest of the team, the new Jay this in the story, so I am going to quote you quoting Oprah. That we know that Courtney did more than you get a cost of Yugoslav costume, but from pats mind. That's what it looks like happened. Right, so he's, he's very concerned. he is very worried about courtney to begin with, and now than when you throw in three other kids, teenagers, kids minors minors. He's incredibly worried. and you know. PAT has a lot of baggage. PAT has had a lot of bad things happen to him in his life, and so he knows just how rough life can be. How bad things can be so he's very concerned. I do. I do like the fact that. You know you're trying to. Put the genie back in the bottle. You're trying to you, know once it spilled. You know you. You can't get it back. You can't. What's this out of the body? You can't uncork or cork back there. Yeah, and and it's in so that made for ver- pretty interesting Interesting episode I thought. What did you make of the lunch sequence? Courtney has to like essentially. Hey, I need your stuff back. And Bethany and Yulon. They're like no. No, we're not doing that. No! And I think. You know I. They all had their own reasons. you know that? You know Beth for the first time feels a purpose. 'cause she's been just in. You know she's. She and her parents have been their own little world and they're kind of pushing her out. She finally has it feels like she has a friend in his in chuck the. Which I'm a little worried about that. Yeah, I don't know if that's necessarily healthy. I don't know if they'll go there but it. Yeah, but you know what. I because I see you becoming addicted to a virtual friend versus a reality, so I'm a little concerned about that. I'll just throw that out there. If they go there. I mean I think it's a possibility. You, know especially since we've watched another episode after this. that. She does she does have that kind of seems to be? Clinging to. CHUCK AS A. You know like. It's you know it. She sees it as her friend, her lifeline like her best friend right now. Yes, more than the other Jason Members. Yes, which isn't exactly healthy? Yes although she does hang out with the other J. member, so she does get some social interaction, but but. She talks about how she spends hours talking to chuck. And you know, and that can't be healthy. I agree so I. I'm glad you're sharing. My guests are no yeah. I think there's a potential problem there. Yeah, yeah. I think rick making the point. Hey this was my dad's. I should have had this anyway. What do you mean you're going to take? Something that belonged to my father I thought was a really good point and. You get hold of A. Pat Brings Him His father's journal. To See if he could help you know like. Give any insight about that. And and just like well look..
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"Welcome Jesse, Jackson how you doing. I am great Charles I am excited. pull the curtain back a little bit. We are doing to two episodes price of one. We're playing. Yes. We are playing. Catch up from last week, but I cannot think of a better show to play. Catch up on really two good episodes of star grow and We talked beforehand, but it was a good holiday. Yes, you in your family. Good time it was over this past week. It was my parents sixty eight, th wedding anniversary, which is very cool, pretty insane and And then we had the July fourth holiday so I hope everybody enjoys there's. Such, as it is, and hopefully your neighbors weren't keeping you up with fireworks. Like a lot of people's neighbors apparently have been so so. Episode what he to. I'm sorry Jesse. So how you and your family had a good holiday before. We did we had a good holiday as I shared I'm I'm! I'm watching Hamilton and understanding the genius of IT I've already we were playing to C. Seventeen, seventy six, which is their tradition, our house sit down John's down John i. one of our favorite musicals so yeah, it was a good day end Everyone was tired last night, and so you will appreciate this On. Turner Classic they had done the Beatles The parties night. Yes, thank you why I'm drawing a blank. Yeah and so I had not seen that probably in twenty thirty years, and I watched it last night and just adored. It was just so much fun. It was a great way to Kinda in the day. Yeah, it's a fun film so. Easy to. We are going to be talking that Justice Society. Which of course is the sixth episode of Star Girl? Season one in hey isn't inappropriate that since its independence day weekend. We're talking star girl. and. This erred back on June twenty second twenty twenty like I said. We're playing. Catch up and. The written by Taylor. Streets directed by Christopher Manley WHO's directed a couple of episodes of doom patrol and I'm not familiar with tailored streets though. And in this one. We kind of we get the final. We finally get to see this new JSA an action and. See them face off against a couple of classic Golden Age, villains. From DC, comics, golden age, sports, master and the Tigris. So It doesn't quite work out as well as our new Jesse with like. Yeah, what is the the mom song that they play on the prices right hitting? This this here if I can get to it..
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"Call it justice society is next on KGO special report protests across America president trump is telling the nation's governors did most of them have been weak in their response over the six days of protests thing in violence raging across the country triggered by the police killing of George Floyd Morton correspondent Ryan nobles his approach to this from a law and order perspective that that needs to be taken care of quickly and this is the message that he's sending to governors right now that works with that but you know in his opinion that we're not doing enough to take care of the situation within their states Haryana bridging grants reports looting in New York City appears organized so way that these looters it was almost organized they broke into these businesses and even went into the back inventory storage areas of the businesses and took everything out as much as I could as fast as they could and that is repeated literally at almost every store in this area of the shopping district thousands more have been arrested overnight hi Mike Martz Philadelphia's fire commissioner says there have been more than three hundred fires across that city since Saturday car spotted Brian Todd with an update this is a two alarm fire at the corner of Broad Street and chew Avenue in northern Philadelphia hi there still trying to contain it firefighters you're scrambling to see if they can prevent this from spreading to buildings that are attached to it we just spoke to the fire commissioner Adam Thiel no injuries or deaths in this that they've been able to see so far but again they're still really battling this fire this is a two alarm fire that got a hundred firefighters on the scene Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison has taken over the case against the police officer charged with murdering George Floyd in today's court appearance has been delayed I'm not prepared to speculate on why that happened it's not unusual but I don't have a definitive answer for you at this moment Floyd's family will present an independent autopsy on his death later today the Dow up thirty six hi Mike Moore some say on the new morning show with making the door I'm Brad Burkhart state offices in certain areas throughout California are being told just to stay closed today because of ongoing violence that spun out of control from protests the state department of human resources sent a directive to close all California state buildings with offices in downtown city areas the decision was made after consulting with the C. H. P. in the state office of emergency services the directive includes everything from DMV offices to the department of justice it's up to officials at state agencies to determine which buildings to close and it comes as more cities issue curfew.