6 Burst results for "Lake Dynamic"

"lake dynamic" Discussed on Premium Hoops

Premium Hoops

04:02 min | 2 months ago

"lake dynamic" Discussed on Premium Hoops

"Weren't great last year or not on us but like it looking at his defensive numbers are amazing but also like it's skewed because the team defense wasn't great last year i once it was better than than they were twenty third and defensive rating but it felt better than that to me in in all honesty like when the when the defense really needed to be zeroed in it was it was solid. I think you saw in the playoffs to But yeah he's just he's so good man like we barely talked about kyri katie and hardened but like i think that's because the role players on the team are so brick in lake dynamic in what they can do for the team. It's a very just interesting. Cast like again. I i keep coming back to that word. It's just they just as interesting a lot of guys that like invested in i think. Are you know flash different things in just intriguing watches. It's it's it's pretty a pretty fascinating they've got here. Yeah definitely So how are you feeling overall about the health of the team. Because i think that is you know if we look up and down the roster i think only real laws in it are a health and be like you could. You can make the case that there's not really a like a quote unquote great boss. Oppor on defense but yeah. I don't think it matters as much who clack given how good the just given how. Good the offenses. It doesn't matter much but I mean how are you feeling about the health team going into the year. I have no idea how to measure health. I never understood how to do it. I'd like it's your kind of supposed to operate with the like. We're just going to sort of go through rose colored glasses and say that they're gonna be one hundred percent healthy but there's a ton of reason to not really believe that this team can always stay healthy We could go through their role guys..

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"lake dynamic" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

06:59 min | 5 months ago

"lake dynamic" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

"About yeah yeah and Which we have some blocked by committing genocidal acts tour those indigenous nations into basically wipe out generations of knowledge. That really could be helpful for all of our survive. Will this poem. It seems to have layers of meaning apart from this. You know coming out of a forest management meeting. So i was wondering what to you is the meaning of this poem in the second stanza us you refer to your heritage and the third Stanza you talk about men trying to control through various different ways like invasion disasters. Things like that. So i was wondering what you were thinking when you put those elements in the poem. I don't know on the one hand. Like i'm a bit resistant to the idea. That like paul's have some kind of like meaning beyond like the images are also like i just want to clarify like i'm i'm not indigenous. I'm distinction digital age america. But i think i've always been really interested so like in my own relationships with indigenous people in my life and like you know coming to terms with being a subtler and being an immigrant and all of these kinds of lake dynamics like what kind of cross cultural communality that those of us who are immigrants have with indigenous people. Because often it's alive. I mean we have like often have experiences of colonialism. Back home lied to us immigration in the first place and so i think that's kind of one of the things that i wanted to put into play and i think like i just was fascinated in this on thinking about like the different balances of byerly. It seems kind of silly thing to say. But you know the images of different fires in like. I wrote this poem obviously during this very tumultuous year and during a lot of political unrest when i was revising it and thinking about you know images coming up to me now is when i was in santa fe over the summer there was the fourth of july and i live in south santa fe. So it's a lot of like latino families mostly a lot of people would fire off ir works during the day in their houses but it was also an area where like when i first moved there. A lot of anglo folks who i knew in santa fe asked me if i felt safe there because it was an area that was like historically apparently known to have gun. Violence amounted to me like a perfectly safe little suburb at really nice people but it was interesting during the day. When people will firing off fireworks. I would think to myself like is that a gunshot. Like it's hard to tell at like yeah. I think there's just this this like presence. The fire around us in ways that we don't really acknowledge unlike it has so many like celebratory energies in unlike warming energies but also allegra violence and those things are more intertwined than we think i. Guess yeah i mean Fireworks and gunfire are made of the same material. So it's interesting to you to put the same thing in two different uses where it could be incredibly entertaining at brings the feeling of elation and also to end. Somebody's life could be one and the same as well because you know when you're dealing with personal fireworks there's always a a little bit of danger loft as well. Yeah one of the questions. That i was going to ask you. Previous steve. Reading the poem is that you were talking about coming from north african culture and this practice of reciting poems and i remember hearing from the group of of moroccan poets. Who said that one of the things that there are cultural practices actually not to share their poems. They write their poems. It's almost like a diary. But they don't necessarily share and that day started a group particularly especially during the covert twenty twenty over year to allow people to share their work so that people do not feel like they're alone in how they're feeling Interesting i keep forgetting. The order of countries. Egypt is the furthest east of the north african culture countries. I forget how many countries between you morocco. it's definitely true unlike. Thank you for the reminder that His north african cultures. Lot unlike the traditional. That i'm referencing come from arab culture which is kind of complicated at a north african context. 'cause like even for myself as an egyptian person. I speak arabic. But i don't know if i would say that i was like an ethnically arab person and not sort of really sir to follow art the further west. You move along the the north african coast. That's very valid. I think unlike. I don't know a lot about rockin. Like traditional cultures like amazon and stuff like got a. Yeah that's really interesting. Unlike also a great reminder about lake the diversity of africanness and the diversity of lake poetic practices and the link. What with different uses poetry house for people. Yes i was wondering when when you were talking about the tradition of reciting poetry out loud. Can you tell us the context of that because you did live there. But i don't know how long totally like a treat poetry recited Worked for him in arabic traditions very very very old like the thousands of years. One of the stories is interesting. 'cause i've been reading the tank versus by salman rushdie which really turns this story on its head but let the story of the revelation of on in like was playing with allah we can say is kind of centered around the early history of it is actually centered around rap battles that took place in the western saudi arabian town of which was the hometown of the clan of code and the way that people would proclaim like their notoriety or proclaim.

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"lake dynamic" Discussed on Top 5 Comics Podcast

Top 5 Comics Podcast

05:15 min | 6 months ago

"lake dynamic" Discussed on Top 5 Comics Podcast

"Thing pretty cool so an art was consistent as the other thing too like you know like the covers. Super bad ass like is this covers. Were really bad. The interiors are just like man. It's just it's very well done completely Alway through talk. The board at solid is a solid. Four i'd give it a higher rating if if you know the mini series being like really really good. I'm like finishes off this. Pay off any amount. I'd almost give it a five like it's real. It's really it has the potential to be fantastic. And i miss. I'm bedell says potential. Today you know so. That's that's that's always warriors you. It's writing at razor's edge right now. So sure was far score. Yeah give it for as well. I mean like you said is solid. It's really good. Art like the carrot. Who's got cool lake dynamic and yeah. She's got all her like high school. Whatever going on but it's really pretty cool on whole guy. The mirror a does lend the idea that if he sees her like. What does that. Mean like crazy So as far as series. I think the reason they did the zero the way it is for as far as a release is concerned more so get this name in front of people visit you see in the store. The covers awesome and as far as like the idea. I don't know this particular author from anything. Vp switch four schwab schwab at all. I'm sure if you're an avid book reader than you probably encountered this person before like normal books but I think probably why they did this year is the way they did. It is just to entice people built hype here the same rate same way. Do a dollar issue in trades her coming out for things. It makes me interested to see how they make Issue one kind of origin wise. Explain what's going on here. I'm really interested in that until you want comes out. I kind of wonder if it'll just be a thing. Where they they give it to you in dialogue. So maybe we'll get to read this book. I don't think that the guy in the mirror sees her. He don't think so no. I think because it's it's all a vision of through the person's is and i think she's looking through her own is her own death and so.

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"lake dynamic" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

12:13 min | 2 years ago

"lake dynamic" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

"My Dad like portrait's and they're all over his house down in San Diego. Oh so it's like this thing of like their gayness. The gain is they really get. They love and that's very different for a Korean like family. Seventies seventies pretty pretty outrageous so that's like something that I always kind of been in. You know they can have steeped me and gay culture really young yeah. How do they feel about stand up comedy comedy. They really don't understand that something that they don't have that in Korea. We don't understand we don't know but it's okay but they're so happy about where I've gone in my life and career and they love the camera so they're always like all right again so they're definitely like you. You know gotten bitten by the show Biz yeah it is. I want to watch a series about the gay bookstore in the seventies three sure that'd be amazing. It'd be really cool and all of the intrigue and relationships and you know like the pining for my father. My father is very vain so he loves the male attention like he just blume's blooms under their gaze is like a hothouse flower movie and it's so I think it's really darling like it's it's very it's something that you know you. You don't think about like immigrants and where in Korea now when they have a gay pride parade people go in disguise is they. They don't take photographs because people don't want to be recognized. I have a lot of friends in Korea who are in big corporate jobs who can't be out out. They have to like sort of pretend in their jobs in pretend to their families at their straight and it's like we got this is like so horrible yeah yeah. I mean it's really we have listeners around the world then a Lotta Times the like right in about their experiences and it's just like a reminder that that you know when when we think that like Oh things here are rough like other places are even crazier and lander are very dangerous dangerous consequences for yeah for just being yourself totally crazy. It's so crazy. One of the things I wanted to talk about was so my mom mom she's like very accepting and very supportive of me being gay but I think a lot of that has to do with the fact that I'm into Feminine Women and that if I had ever brought home a butch or androgynous eh girlfriend she would have been like I don't get it. You know like a little bit of like that's too yeah. It's it's sort of like two. Oh one level like kind of explaining the difference as an aesthetic in lake dynamics to my to my mom. My mom and her husband always very curious about everything but it's like now. They're just now through this. They're starting to learn what likes his gender means. One link at the beginning of like you know definitions and things like that even today for a while I feel like my mom is still at a one-to-one yeah level of move understanding and I don't know like dear mom ever me any of your her same sex partner yeah. How did she feel about how they presented themselves. I think there was one butch that would she really love me and this was actually kind of inappropriate. I mean you know I think about that relationship now and how I mean like if I okay so she was in our early fifties and I was like eighteen oh wow so and I'm like I love to. She was super hot. Yeah Butch was like she'd been she'd been used at like climate telephone poles and like installed with a hard hat all like this like things like that connected. The telephone wires together. So how did you meet her. She was you looked up one day a DJ federal. They're like really into music and like this DJ and she would like data all the clubs and she was older and so you know she was actually my I like really significant relationship that I had with a woman in that I so I had moved away and we'd broken up but she would come by and see my mom and they would just talk about me being gone and I think about that now and I think God like I if I went to some in eighteen year old girls place like talk with her mom and like I just couldn't believe I'll eat my mom was like really really open to it and she really liked her butch like it was like stone butch like a seventies stone butch. We just like you know now. Maybe maybe she would be transitioning yeah but at that point it was like the stone butch and I remember her coming to a show with her friend France her ex girlfriend FEM FEM and they were like growth was horrified because I was so young yeah they said my age in the show and the girlfriend was like Oh yeah I saw her like look at my girlfriend and like like how yeah that is that that is too much but I was crazy for this woman so it wasn't like I mean I pursued her so it wasn't as if it it's sort of we think of those relationships as being sort of predatory predatory situation but I really wasn't in that that case yeah of all the women that I know who when they were eighteen entered a relationship with significantly older woman it was always he's the younger one who pursued it but also it was always people who came from more conservative families and it made it even harder for them to come out because not only did their families have to learn that they were queer but that they were dating someone significantly older and a a lot of times the the fact that the problem with the age of the partner made gay thing like a secondary thing was like hold on like present too many any like what's going on here that you are dating somebody yeah this old. That would have been a tough one for me to to do I think but how long did they like like stay in contact. After you guys broke up I think a few months and then I mean it was sort of like this thing of sort of stayed out of it and then I was involved the L.'s and then I couldn't really go back and I haven't seen that women for years and years. I'm sure she's around. I know that she's around but I probably taking it down. The telephone wires put up towers. Yeah definitely still hanging out with Iraq says I'm sure all. She was very glamorous to me and very you know. I don't know very open and that I just thought like that's so lovely but I think about like how old I am now. I wonder how I would feel. Oh Yeah. I don't know if I could do that could feel that way or and then my mother being very accepting of it not really not really concerned you know my mother's main concerns if they don't don't really have anything to do with relationships they have more to do with like drugs and alcohol use that are like real problems so the the sort of relationships with people that the sort of not not as because all of my other circumstances have been so dire. Those are kind of like Oh this. Is this okay like a man you you know she's. She's the man who like that. The female the female like a masculinity USC unity. They're down with that yeah because they seen it so much. Yeah you know that the performance of gender his own they've always used a respected that wanted to express it in any way so that's always been sort of a a nice thing for my family. Do you think that there would have been a double standard had been a fifty year old guy that you brought home when you were hitting maybe yeah maybe that would have been seen as more predatory yeah. I don't know if if I would have been with a fifty year old guy at that was a young girl. I had that sort of thing to like. I would always get when I was a teenage girl. I got preyed upon by men so much older man so much that I was really suspicious of any overtures yeah so. I don't think that I would have ever been within a significantly older man. I've I've never been significantly older man only older women. I think this is so common for everybody. I know you've talked about this before that like the most most I've ever been hit on by men in my life was when I was thirteen fourteen yeah yapping concentrate around then when I was definitely going through an awkward phase right but that that's so scary to think about it yeah I mean I remember just seeing a Dick every everyday like out of context like walking down the street. Look at car and there's a Dick. There's something about that age of thirteen in fourteen fifteen something about it that is so it attracts so much crazy male attention. You have to kind of block out to survive survive yeah because it's so threatening yeah and it's like what is that that is so weird for me because I was in the like early early eighties so so this is like seventies eighties it was still kind of sanctioned by society so you had like cast that movie with this Kinski. She's like fifteen or sixteen and there's like little darlings. which is you know the they're like twelve or thirteen years old and trying to Armand Asante Yeah it he's on this thing like precocious? Sexuality was very in like with Brooke Shields and Ryan that kind of stuff so you had that to contend with. AL as well yeah. I know weird yeah. I kinda wish my mom could see like how well she's very obviously mostly into this podcast but I do think that she still misses a bit of my like feminine side that used to have when I was younger like she's very much into who I've become. She did show me a picture of you and make up. He always ashes armed. She's armed to the teeth with photos of me. When I was like had long hair yes I was GONNA sorority. I wore the like thing with the pearls and a photo. She always has that on demand ready to show but it's kind of like that is so not me anymore and it feels like she's sort of holding onto some of that a little bit a little bit of that like his baby girl so beautiful yeah thanks mom but I was really really fucking uncomfortable then it was actually the worst part of my life you know. I don't know it's it's really sweet and the thought is there but I can't really deal with it now. My mom would be very upset upset if cut my hair yeah yeah like a pixie cut or something like that tossed the idea out there once and she was like no no you don't you don't need to look like one of those. What do you mean one of those. Let's dig into this like Oh. You know what I mean. I'm fine with it. Put your fine with it like yes yeah. He was a big when I I remember coming out to my mom and it was on Thanksgiving Day and I was like surrounded by my three. Your best friends were there and they were just like encouraged to do it. Do It do it. This is like ten years ago and my mom just started sobbing and told me she's like you know all these all these years. I thought you were just so. Maybe you were just kind of weird but now makes sense your game and was just like it was really sweet but how how so how old were you. When you told your parents your your bisexual I think I was probably like twenty three yeah yeah and then I had to tell him again twenty seven and then I had the times just do it every year. There's like the Summer Olympics past couple of years..

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"lake dynamic" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

10:50 min | 2 years ago

"lake dynamic" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred. Aaa six seven three thirty seven hundred the movie us in theaters not to give any spoilers because he can this movie is a genius movie by Jordan Peele. Obviously, I did live up to a high bid did to me. I think it really lived up to five. I was very I was more fascinated by the originality, and I was fascinated by the subtle. Well, the subtle hints. He gave and the symbolism. He gave for everything. We have talked about. One of my favorite people. Eric Busby who radio theater, actually, he said damn damn damn back to him. And he was saying about how we call this talk. You about a lot of things, you know, before the movie came out. I had no clue. What details the movie was going to have? But we did cover a lot of the topics just prior to the movies released, and I didn't even realize that that was what the movie was about. And it just so have the we synchronous typically talked about a number of things already prepped you for the film. And so. Heavy users of symbolism in the film. There's the use of bunny rabbits mirrors, biblical quotes. Jeremiah eleven eleven is the scripture that is that you see Jeremiah eleven not going to tell you where you see Jeremiah eleven eleven which is referenced often often throughout the movie. There's scissors for some reason like cut the cord clearly a lot of deeper meaning below the surface and after Janine, and I saw the movie we immediately went to the bible. Actually, we went and had dinner. We got our phones whipped out the bibles on our phones. And you know, we don't normally do that. But you know, Geneva I wanted to figure out what was in the scripture and this what the scripture read. Therefore, the Lord behold, I will bring evil upon them, which they shall not be able to escape, and though they shall cry into me, I will not hearken unto them. Now, this is a deep Trump that goes beyond the jump scare tactics often employed in some movies belonging to the same. John Mara one could interpret even the d'appel ganger himselves in the film. They are symbolic of the other half of ourselves a society in general that have become drones to the system following technocracy. Like scared bunnies. This stand in its own way of progress. And it gives us a look at ourselves and the darker double that is easily beguiled into becoming a drone that believes that the only way to unify to kill and destroy the other. I mean, I believe it shows itself as an innovative zombie film where zombies are looking for brains. They're looking to call the same population in order to replace them with the insane. Doubles the insane Dabo gainers and it hearkens back to Jack Finney's invasion of the body snatchers. Where an alien forces silently taking over the minds of people as they sleep one by one. They lose their humanity. And they wish to wipe out those who do not succumb to their Colt lake dynamic. There are other movies to that came to mind with this movies. Well, I watched the film there was they live with Roddy. Piper. Where another elite group are an alien enemy that wished to wipe out the population and those they don't. Wipe out the actually enslaved Michigan is the message of the of the Georgia guides. Don't some monitoring a secret society to carry out the task of calling the miscreants. So does the idea of a cryptic scripture in horror films chills me out because it describes a coming catastrophe? They will pour evil under the people and the timing of these messages can be. Could not be more appropriate especially with the timing of the anniversary of the Georgia guide stones. Let's go to ban in Pennsylvania. Hi, Ben, you're on ground zero. Hey, how's it going gliding? It's going well, man. Yeah. You go ahead. Yeah. So I I I was just wondering I mean, what do you think of the Georgia guys stands? Do you believe that it's like Hitler kind of thing? Or do you think it's? You think it's actually like a? What's your opinion? Do you think it's a moral compass of some sort or some moral compass that believes should be a moral compass is the moral compass for what most Luciferian ideal ideologues want. It's always been Lutheran ideology to basically make mandatory the idea of choosing good, or at least being, you know, having having mandatory ways of saying, well, you get this. You get this. You don't get this. You don't get that. It's it's basically mandatory comfort for the sake of just being a drone in saints in enslave society, and wiping out those who don't agree. It's it's it's basically we're pushing towards now, especially when you say, oh, by the way, your new green deal not going to work all your Nazi-era fascist. Well, why don't you go back and read about what this is about here? That's the Nazi and fascism stuff. You're just calling it because you don't want to admit to yourself that you are the Nazi the you are the fascist. You don't want to look in the mirror and see the darker side of you. And this is exactly what people was saying us. It was amazing movie. It's amazing. Thing. Yeah. So I guess the way you present. Which by the way, I I'll applaud you because I would say. You've not. Said anything negative or positive? You've you've done a very good reporting of it. So. What do you mean by that is that's why I asked you that question is because. When I when I read it. I don't know what their goal was. So what I'm trying to say is that when I think about Hiller. I think about you know, Stalin, I think about all these, you know, hierarchy old, you know, people we think about in history that kind of at least now in our current history week look back, and we can say, oh, you guys were bad guys. Okay. Yeah. You're right. Well, let me tell you this. Here's the thing. Every society has always wanted to be the great society every society is wanted some utopia. They've said that he got a new golden age, everyone, even the United States is based on the idea we can create token society, they can be the new Eden the new Columbia. I could be a factor at a call Columbia the United States Columbia. But they didn't right. So it's just the idea that this is a utopian society, and sometimes it works empires last if they're if they're nurtured and taking care of for long periods of time new Rome has always been considered an ideal London. Did it the United States is doing it? Or we have been trying to do it. Feeling miserable at it now. But here here comes the thing is that someone else comes up with a new idea for utopia. And what they do is. They take the old ideas and say, well, you know, you know, Hitler had it wrong here. But we could make a better here and the truth and the truth is is that Hitler had it wrong because Hillary is wrong. It was insane was a psychopath. But that's the point is that you get those things that you say, well, it will work for us because you know, Hitler was a weirdo. Well, how many weirdoes saw what Hitler did? And thought they could be a better Hitler. I mean, you go back to your comic books what about red skull when he created when he created hydra red skull thought that he could be bigger than Hitler. And he created Heidari rebelled. Okay. That's what everybody wants to. I can do Hitler better. So I'm gonna do him better without all the ugly stuff without a Halloween, costumes without all that other stuff. We're going to do it better. Never works. Never will. So what they want is what this new golden age and the only way to this golden age happen is by what they say. On those guide stones we need to maintain a good population. We need to get our house in order before we go to the stars. Will you all? All these things because we need to have a totalitarian government that's thinned down. So we can control the masses. But what they don't tell you. As those who make those rules are the ones that are gonna benefit. Not you. Well, you just said that the hydra thing it made me think totally nerd out on you like Rimmer, you remember the scene in whatever Star Wars was where we're, you know, Darth Vader was like, you know. No like, we we can overthrow the emperor. And we can you know, make make the universe our own. You know, it's like there's always that guy. That's like the things he can make it better. Kylo Ren is doing look what Kylo Ren is doing. Now. Remember, I don't know if I'm giving it either way. But remember Kylo Ren said to Ray he says that's throw throw everything away and start over. He wasn't saying anything evil. He was just saying let's kill everything off. Let's let's kill off the the solos. That's kill off the Skywalker. Let's you and I roll the galaxy together I think it was kind of like I had the hots for Ray. So he's like say, hey, I'm going to take off my shirt and do the whole vitamin Putin thing. And you're going to be this damsel in distress. I'm going to save you. And now we're going to blow up blow up these ships that we're gonna we're gonna kill Hans solo. We're gonna kill this person and that person, and then we're going to say, okay, we wiped out everybody let's start over. And that's exactly what they think about. Well, let's wipe out all the guys that don't agree with us. And we'll start over. We'll make a new world of that. All these people who are pesky all of these different people who are what we call the cockroaches of the world all the homeless people in the colored people and the and the queer people, and you just go down the list of all the people that hate, and then all of a sudden they run out of people to hate and go after that fat guy. He's the one we should kill or how about that old person. Sure. Our burden on society. And this is what a builds up to tell you don't have anybody left until they just say we all this to ourselves that we've killed everybody. Man. I I I've so many thoughts going through my head. And like, I think what the what the theme is is is it's this. I'm I I it's it's the end justifies the means. So it's the whole concept of okay? Go back. So problem is is that is that you have, you know, ours is in our American society, we are the Republicans and Democrats, so so the Republicans stand for something, which which I believe. There's so many decent people that call themselves Republicans, and there's so many people that calls over Democrats. And and and you know, whatever, whatever libertarians whatever you will call yourself. Uh-huh. When you when you go down to the fact that, but then you have the people that when they get power that all changes, and then all the red tape as well. So we don't really know what the goal is. At least will we had? And again, I don't know what it was like being in Nazi Germany, but I can imagine that.

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"lake dynamic" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

10:25 min | 2 years ago

"lake dynamic" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I didn't live up to the hybrid did to me. I think it really lived up to the hype. I was very I was more fascinated by the originality. I was fascinated by the subtle. Well, the subtle hints. He gave and the symbolism. He gave for everything. That we have talked about. One of my favorite people. Eric busby. Who does radio theater, actually, he said dams is a yeah. Damn back to him. And he was saying about how we called this talk to you about a lot of things, you know, before the movie came out. I had no clue. What did tells the movie was going to have? But we did cover a lot of the topics just prior to the movies released, and I didn't even realize that that was what movie was about. And it just so happened. We typically talked about a number of things that already prepped you for the film. And so there's a lot of heavy users of symbolism in the film. There's the use of bunny rabbits mirrors, biblical quotes. Jeremiah eleven eleven is the scripture that is that you see Jeremiah live in Lebanon, not gonna tell you where. But you see Jeremiah eleven eleven which is referenced often often throughout the movie there scissors for some reason like cut the cord clearly a lot of deeper meaning below the surface and after Janine, and I saw the movie we immediately went to the bible. Actually, we went and had dinner. We got our phones whipped out in the bibles on our phones wanted to get with. And you know, we don't normally do that. But you know, Geneva I wanted to figure out what was in the scripture, and this is what the scripture read. Therefore, the Lord behold, I will bring evil upon them, which they shall not be able to escape, and though they shall cry to me, I will not hearken unto them. Now, this is a deep Trump that goes beyond the jump scare tactics often employed in some movies belonging to the same genre. One could interpret even the d'appel ganger themselves in the film, did they are symbolic of other half of ourselves a society in general have become drones to the system following the technocracy like scared bunnies. That stand in its own way of progress. And it gives us a look at ourselves and the darker double that is easily beguiled into becoming a drone that believes that the only way to unify is to kill and destroy the other. I mean, I believe it shows itself as an innovative zombie film where the zombies are looking for brains. They're looking to call the same population in order to replace them with the insane. Doubles the insane Dabo gainers and it hearkens back to Jack Finney's invasion of the body snatchers. Where alien forces silently taking over the minds of people as they sleep one by one they lose their humanity, and they wished to wipe out those who do not succumb to their coat lake dynamic. There are other movies that came to mind with this movies. Well, I watched the film was they live with Roddy. Piper. Where another elite group are an alien enemy which to wipe out the population and those they don't. Wipe out the actually enslave Michigan is the message of the of the Georgia guide stones a monitoring a secret society to carry out the task of calling the, miscreants, so this idea of a cryptic scripture in horror films chills me out because it describes a coming catastrophe. They will pour evil under the people and the timing of these messages could be could not be more appropriate especially with the timing of anniversary of the Georgia guide stones. Let's go to ban in Pennsylvania. Hi, Ben, you're on ground zero. Hey, how's it going gliding going well-meant? Yeah. You find go ahead. Yeah. So I I was just wondering I mean, what do you think of the Georgia guys? Do you believe that? It's. Like a Hitler kind of thing. Or do you think it's? You think it's actually like a I mean, what's your opinion? Do you think it's a moral compass of some sort or moral compass that they believe should be a moral compass? It's immoral compass for what most Luciferian ideal ideologues want always been Luciferian ideology to basically make mandatory the idea of choosing good or at least being. You know, having having mandatory ways of saying, well, you get this. You get this. You don't get this. You don't get that. It's it's basically mandatory comfort for the sake of just being a drone in saints in enslave society in wiping out, those that don't agree. It's it's basically we're pushing towards now, especially when you say, oh, by the way, your new green deal, not gonna work all your Nazi-era fascist. Well, why don't you go back and read about what this is about here? That's the Nazi and fascism stuff. You're just calling it because you don't want to admit to yourself that you are the Nazi that you are the fascist. You don't want to look in the mirror and see the darker side of you. And this is exactly what peel is saying us. It was amazing movie. It's amazing. So I guess the way you present which by the way, I'll plaud- you because I would say. You have not said anything negative or positive. You you've you've done a very good reporting of it. So what does it mean by that is that's why I asked you that question is because. When I when I read it. I don't know what their goal was. So what I'm trying to say is that when I think about Hiller. I think about you know, Stalin, I think about all these, you know, hierarchy old, you know, people we think about in history that kind of at least now in our current history week look back, and we can say, oh, you guys were bad guys. Well, okay. Yeah. You're right. Well, let me tell you this. Here's the thing. Every society has always wanted to be the great society every society is wanted some utopia. They've said that they got a new golden age, everyone, even the United States is based on the idea, we can create token society, they can be the new Eden. The new Columbia could be a factor at a call Columbia the United States Columbia. But they didn't right. So it's just the idea that this is a utopian society, and sometimes it works empires last if they're if they're nurtured and taken care of for long periods of time. New Rome has always been considered an ideal London. Did it? The United States is doing it. Or we have been trying to do it really miserable at it now. But here here comes the thing is that someone else comes up with a new idea for utopia. And what they do is. They take the old ideas and say, well, you know, you know, Hitler had it wrong here, but we can make a better here and the truth and the truth is is that Hitler had it wrong because Hillary is wrong in saying he was a psychopath. But that's the point is that you get those things that you'd say, well, it will work for us because you know, Hitler was a weirdo. Well, how many weirdoes saw what Hitler did? And thought they could be a better Hitler. I mean, you go back to your comic books what about red skull when he created when he created hydra red skull thought that he'd be bigger than Hitler? And he created hydra he'd rebelled. Okay. And that's what everybody wants to. I can do Hitler better. So I'm gonna do him better without all the ugly stuff without the Halloween, costumes without all that other stuff. We're going to do a better never works. Never will. So what they want is. They want this new golden age and the only way to golden age happen is by what they say. On those guide stones we need to maintain a good population. We need to get our house in order before we go to the stars. We do all these things because we need to have a totalitarian government that's thinned down. So we can control the masses. But what they don't tell you. As those who make those rules are the ones that are going to benefit not you. Was when you just when you just said that the hydra thing it made me think curly nerd out on you. Remember, you remember the the scene in whatever Star Wars was where were you know, Darth Vader was like, you know, no, we can overthrow the emperor. And we can you know, make make the universe our own. You know, like it's like there's always that guy. That's like thinks he can make it better. Kylo Ren is doing look what Kylo Ren is doing. Now. Remember, I don't know if I'm giving any way, but remember Kylo Ren said to Ray. He says let's throw throw everything away and start over. He wasn't saying anything evil. He was just saying let's kill everything off. Let's let's kill off the solos kill off the sky walkers lets you rule the galaxy together I think he was kind of like I have the Hotspur Ray. So he's like say, hey, I'm gonna take off my shirt and do the whole vitamin Putin thing. And you're going to be this damsel in distress. I'm going to save you. And now we're gonna blow up we're gonna blow up these ships, and we're gonna we're gonna kill Hans solo. We're going to kill this person and that person, and then we're going to say, okay, we wiped out everybody let's start over. And that's exactly what they think about. Well, let's wipe out all the guys that don't agree with us. And we'll start over. We'll make a new world that all these people who are pesky all of these different people who are what we call the cockroaches of the world all the homeless people in the colored people and the and the queer people, and you just go down the list of all the people they hate. And then all of a sudden they run out of people to hate. And let's go after that fat guy. He's the one we should kill or how about that old person. They sure are a burden on society. And this is what it builds up to until. So you don't have anybody left until they just say we've got all this to our selves that we've killed everybody. Man. I I so many thoughts going through my head. And like, I think what the with the team is is is it's this. It's this. I'm I I it's a the the the the end justifies the means. So it's the whole concept of okay? Go back. So the problem is is that is that you have you know, ours is our American society, we have the Republicans and Democrats, so so the Republicans stand for something, which which I believe. There's so many decent people that call themselves Republicans, and so many people that calls over Democrats. Right. And and and you know, whatever, whatever libertarians whatever you would call yourself. Uh-huh. When you when you go down to the.

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