19 Burst results for "Lobel"

NASA's Rover Will Collect Samples on Mars

BBC World Service

00:48 sec | 10 months ago

NASA's Rover Will Collect Samples on Mars

"NASA says it's Perseverance Rover is getting ready to take its first sample of rock from Mars. The robot landed on the Red Planet in February. The hope is that it will unearth evidence of potential primitive life. Marc Labelle explains. NASA suspects an empty lake in the crater where the rover rests may have been replenished and drained with water several times. They still don't know if the soil they hope to dig up there is sedimentary or volcanic as they search for microbial life. Their perseverance. Rover has been busy practicing probing Martian soil samples with its robotic arm to repeat a moment space scientists compare to Neil Armstrong's bagging of Moon dust 52 years ago. Mark Lobel

Marc Labelle Nasa Neil Armstrong Mark Lobel
3,000 Eggs Abandoned After Drone Scares Birds in California

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

3,000 Eggs Abandoned After Drone Scares Birds in California

"Visitors ignoring the rules are loving the wildlife to death at a California park the Bolsa chica ecological reserve is a thirteen hundred acre coastal estuary in Huntington beach California according to the state department of fish and wildlife someone flew two drones over an island where thousands of elegant turns to lay their eggs one of the drones crashed in the marsh and several thousand turns fearing an attack from a predator abandon their nests now at a time when baby chicks would be hatching the sand is littered with the shells from three thousand eggs reserve manager Melissa Lobel says it's one of the largest scale abandonment of eggs ever at the coastal site the reserve has seen more visitors than usual during the pandemic that's led to more drone activity and also more dogs and bicycles all of which are prohibited I'm Jennifer king

California Park Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve Department Of Fish And Wildlif Huntington Beach Melissa Lobel California Jennifer King
"lobel" Discussed on Workplace Perspective

Workplace Perspective

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"lobel" Discussed on Workplace Perspective

"And thank you James. Welcome everyone to workplace perspective where we are striving to raise the bar at work places and everywhere today. We are talking with Tom a Lobel International recognized psychologist and expert on human behavior. She's the author of a book entitled. Whatever works the small cues that make us surprising difference in our success at work and how to create a happier office off a wonderful goal for the workplace in my opinion and I cannot wait to hear her thoughts and insights on how to create a happier work environment. So it's going to be a great show don't go away will be right back the opinions expressed by guests on workplace perspective. Do not necessarily reflect those of sapphire illegal or it's attorneys and should not be considered legal advice. You're listening to workplace perspective and employment law podcast presented by Sapphire life. Welcome back to our listeners and welcome to workplace perspective, Lobel. Thank you. Thank you for having me. I'm very excited. I am too. I want all of our listeners to know that Thelma is doing us a wonderful service by being on our show today all the way from Israel where it is off kind of late at night, but she has decided to join us and we were so appreciative. So, before we get started, why don't you tell our listeners a little bit about who you are and what you do? Well, I'm for social psychology study day till my PhD including my PhD in Tel Aviv University. And then I went to Harvard and stay there for four years didn't like Post Oak and returned actually later Ten Years Later Palm Beach for a year and I was associate professor. I guess. Mainly I work in Tel Aviv University where I used to be the chair of the School of Psychology cuz it just says I was fifteen I was reading all so I have experience also in management and not only research and combined always the tool already ten years ago after writing. No papers and told journalists which were meant mainly to professional people always wanted to write for the general audience. I really wanted to do that and six years ago my first choice which is called sensation. The new science of physical intelligence came out for the general audience was translated too many languages published in fifteen different countries. Wonderful the I am very such a pleasure because like, you know, I was invited to over to talk about the it's about oh the physical Sensations influence our decisions emotions and behavior thought that were awareness and the the feeling that so many people that are not from psychologists learn from that and wrote to me and discuss about that long. They gave me the energy and to write my second book whatever works which focuses on the work the word of work and also shows how many C ROM You can Implement very easily influence our performance or creativity and our well-being Network and it's all based on science. I mean often research Publications or journals not necessarily mind. I mean, I really reviewed studies from all over the world maybe from the United States Publishers of generous, but I write it for the general audience with tips and takeaways that I think can be easily be implemented and help you a lot to be more creative to perform better and change Behavior at office. I love those are both of those goals me happier at work and be happier in our lives in general. Well, I was really interested because the book speaks to a lot of things that we like to talk about on the show and that's about improving the workplace through employer-employee relationships. And I think that you're their book and the concepts of your book really lend itself to that idea of how can we build better relationships and I thought For happier at work. We're going to have happy relationships and we're happier people. We're going to be better employees. I love the title. Whatever works. I just think that's awesome. So tell me a little bit about the premise of the book off. Well, first of the book is that there are so many scenes environment in our habits that we don't pay attention to them. We don't even think about them. Although there are right our loss one knows as I should like the temperature the physical layout of the room light our gestures our clothes. We don't know how the influence our performance and our well-being and the book shows all kinds of studies that I hope we'll talk about some of the now that show how little things once you're aware that they've influenced on your life. You can manipulate you can change things in their environment in the physical environment. You can change your gestures put some stress on your the way you your dress a dog. Creativity a lot of things the way you put photos that will change your performance at the influence directly or performance and will be reduced rest as well talk about I love the Practical stuff as we were talking about before the show. I love to be able to provide practical information practical things that people can walk away from the show with and actually Implement and start using them away. So let's talk about some of the studies that you did. So let's talk about what you found what you looked at what influenced you to start the particular research that you did I as said, I reviewed studies father's I think a lot of research myself, but I'm talking now about studies all from many many top people in the field of of the different fields and how if they took us for so let's start for example with examples from physical environment. Let's start with a room with window or room without a window that applies to offices of course, and if you work at home, Right A lot of people now work at home. So first of all, we have to remember that data light is better than artificial light. If you have a room with window that's better and there are studies showing that the people Miss more day works instance without Windows feeling offices. Yeah, really. So even if the, you know the end of your life, you know, can go on but we have only 30 minutes. So I want to give examples have to read the book but we might have to you come back and you know life is worth living. So first of all, you are the light is important. I want to say that life is important versus artificial light vessel sunlight but in the office, for example, if you don't have a stomach still if you're tired, or you feel you know that really or tired from work turn on the light a lighted room with full of light makes you more energy. And you perform that you're don't think that if you see the computer screen, you don't you know, they look at the sink. I don't drive every window the close it don't do that cuz it will make less energetic and your perfect words last also in France is something that you would never think influences our self control their studies show that people in a lighted room with it more self-control. They they less, you know, lost their temper or did some unethical things when the rules like not because they were seeing more because also in a dim room you can see.

Tel Aviv University Sapphire James Lobel International Tom Lobel School of Psychology Harvard Israel Thelma United States Publishers associate professor Palm Beach Post Oak France
"lobel" Discussed on Workplace Perspective

Workplace Perspective

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"lobel" Discussed on Workplace Perspective

"And thank you James. Welcome everyone to workplace perspective where we are striving to raise the bar at work places and everywhere today. We are talking with Tom a Lobel International recognized psychologist and expert on human behavior. She's the author of a book entitled. Whatever works the small cues that make us surprising difference in our success at work and how to create a happier office off a wonderful goal for the workplace in my opinion and I cannot wait to hear her thoughts and insights on how to create a happier work environment. So it's going to be a great show don't go away will be right back the opinions expressed by guests on workplace perspective. Do not necessarily reflect those of sapphire illegal or it's attorneys and should not be considered legal advice. You're listening to workplace perspective and employment law podcast presented by Sapphire life. Welcome back to our listeners and welcome to workplace perspective, Lobel. Thank you. Thank you for having me. I'm very excited. I am too. I want all of our listeners to know that Thelma is doing us a wonderful service by being on our show today all the way from Israel where it is off kind of late at night, but she has decided to join us and we were so appreciative. So, before we get started, why don't you tell our listeners a little bit about who you are and what you do? Well, I'm for social psychology study day till my PhD including my PhD in Tel Aviv University. And then I went to Harvard and stay there for four years didn't like Post Oak and returned actually later Ten Years Later Palm Beach for a year and I was associate professor. I guess. Mainly I work in Tel Aviv University where I used to be the chair of the School of Psychology cuz it just says I was fifteen I was reading all so I have experience also in management and not only research and combined always the tool already ten years ago after writing. No papers and told journalists which were meant mainly to professional people always wanted to write for the general audience. I really wanted to do that and six years ago my first choice which is called sensation. The new science of physical intelligence came out for the general audience was translated too many languages published in fifteen different countries. Wonderful the I am very such a pleasure because like, you know, I was invited to over to talk about the it's about oh the physical Sensations influence our decisions emotions and behavior thought that were awareness and the the feeling that so many people that are not from psychologists learn from that and wrote to me and and discuss about that long. They gave me the energy and to write my second book whatever works which focuses on the work the word of work and also shows how many C ROM You can Implement very easily influence our performance or creativity and our well-being Network and it's all based on science. I mean often research Publications or journals not necessarily mind. I mean, I really reviewed studies from all over the world maybe from the United States Publishers of generous, but I write it for the general audience with tips and takeaways that I think can be easily be implemented and help you a lot to be more creative to perform better and change Behavior at office. I love those are both of those goals me happier at work and be happier in our lives in general. Well, I was really interested because the book speaks to a lot of things that we like to talk about on the show and that's about improving the workplace through employer-employee relationships. And I think that you're their book and the concepts of your book really lend itself to that idea of how can we build better relationships and I thought For happier at work. We're going to have happy relationships and we're happier people. We're going to be better employees. I love the title. Whatever works. I just think that's awesome. So tell me a little bit about the premise of the book off. Well, first of the book is that there are so many scenes environment in our habits that we don't pay attention to them. We don't even think about them. Although there are right our loss one knows as I should like the temperature the physical layout of the room the light our gestures our clothes. We don't know how the influence our performance and our well-being and the book shows all kinds of studies that I hope we'll talk about some of the now that show how little things once you're aware that they've influenced on your life. You can manipulate you can change things in their environment in the physical environment. You can change your gestures put some stress on your the way you your dress a dog. Creativity a lot of things the way you put the photos that will change your performance at the influence directly or performance and will be reduced rest as well talk about I love the Practical stuff as we were talking about before the show. I love to be able to provide practical information practical things that people can walk away from the show with and actually Implement and start using them away. So let's talk about some of the studies that you did. So let's talk about what you found what you looked at what influenced you to start the particular research that you did I as I said, I reviewed studies father's I think a lot of research myself, but I'm talking now about studies all from many many top people in the field of of the different fields and how if they took us for so let's start for example with examples from physical environment. Let's start with a room with a window or room without a window that applies to offices of course, and if you work at home, Right A lot of people now work at home. So first of all, we have to remember that data light is better than artificial light. If you have a room with a window that's better and there are studies showing that the people Miss more day works instance without Windows feeling offices. Yeah, really. So even if the, you know the end of your life, you know, you can go on but we have only 30 minutes. So I want to give examples have to read the book but we might have to have you come back and you know life is worth living. So first of all, you are the light is important. I want to say that life is important versus artificial light vessel sunlight but in the office, for example, if you don't have a stomach still if you're tired, or you feel you know that you really or tired from work turn on the light a lighted room with full of light makes you more energy. And you perform that you're don't think that if you see the computer screen, you don't you know, they look at the sink. I don't drive every window the close it don't do that cuz it will make it less energetic and your perfect words last also in France is something that you would never think influences our self control their studies show that people in a lighted room with it more self-control. They they less, you know, lost their temper or did some unethical things when the rules like not because they were seeing more because also in a dim room you can see the other.

Tel Aviv University Sapphire James Lobel International Tom Lobel School of Psychology Harvard Israel Thelma United States Publishers associate professor Palm Beach Post Oak France
"lobel" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"lobel" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Shown Lobel says a hundred thousand people are there I've never seen that and that these new condos attached to the back of a truck means you don't have to get a hotel room kitchens microwave ovens showers I guess Charlie it's the whole deal right you never leave it so I I don't know I'll let you know if we're gonna make it if it works I'll give you where I'm going to be a what time if anyone wants to come by and see me it'll be the end of March that's Saturday would be like March the twenty eighth correct that little and the so we'll see what happens I love truckers and truckers Love Me so let's continue with more way of colliding California than man through and Kevin and many others and I'm gonna take Clyde first rose Clyde you must have serious problems in California welcome to the proconsuls go ahead yes we have many long term problems they keep moving the Mexican border farther north it's up around San Francisco somewhere they recover the territory yet they lost in the Mexican American war not sure about that what what what they want back is California Arizona Nevada and New Mexico Texas and Colorado those the six days they lost and they want to back from eighteen forty eight they want they want to take those states back integrator Mexico actually they stay stolen from the Spaniards stolen from the north American native tribes it never was Mexico is a big lie but I would like to visit with you about the other big live tonight which one additionally there were a couple dozen democratic candidates for president Joe Biden was not among them because he doesn't want to be president until April twenty first and that was the day that you crane had an election and a former corrupt president that Joe Biden could snap his fingers that was unseated and replaced with an anti corruption president of Donald Trump could snap his fingers that Zelinsky three three days later Joe Biden said I want to be president not to be president but to change his status from former corrupt officials were they of the investigation to political candidates jumps opponents so that his friends in the house could repeat the mantra like a broken record investigated and for personal gain it's all of fills the lie those in the beginning of the lies how about how about just the idea that Obama puts him in charge of Ukraine and communist red China and within a few days after each visit by Biden and by Obama what happens is his son gets one point five billion out of Beijing then he gets three million dollars out of the Ukraine and the media quickly announces there's no there there is some sort of conspiracy theory that's been power thoroughly investigated and nothing was found investigated by who the answer is nobody nobody that's the problem who did it nobody well when he changed his status he did two things the stop the investigation and he gave his friend was follows a chef and Nadler show my love for her to put through the grinder as an excuse for impeachment because now is a political opponent tell you can tell political opponent was foreign countries and in fact one I see in your McCabe doing a pity toward the last three days on CNN what what his family was put through I want to know what was Caputo put through what was Papadopoulos put through what was planned to put through and right now Paul mana forts locked up in solitary confinement when the Obama administration and twenty by twenty fourteen had said that it lets handle it simile everyone of the trump alkalis have been thoroughly investigated indicted convicted before all democratic jury acting as if that is the final word when Democrats do the same thing Republicans do they get a job at CNN the Republican goes to jail yeah it it's their systems of justice in this country Clyde one for Republicans and one for Democrats yes that share but what we have seen the face of terror in a up close may I make a brief comment about mayor Pete you have one minute because we're gonna take a break go ahead I believe that although he seems pretty smart he's not smart enough to understand that if he were to become president unattended consequences would come to visit this country and attend a horrible way the the the people in the Middle East the radical extremist consider us infidels what what date do an attack in this country if our leader was a kind of people they throw off of buildings and stoned to death I thank you for your call say this that the every religious text says in a religious context that homosexuality is wrong within a simple context I believe separation of church and state as I've said before I'll say it again bill Cunningham the great American would vote for a gay conservative and a heart beat over a liberal family man I would do it like a John Kerry but the I think a as I've said before and I'll say it again in October the forces of evil do not want four more years of trump and they know the main reason he will be reelected as a burgeoning strong economy it wouldn't take a lot of the communist red Chinese or the Russians or the Iranians or others to make sure to do something to ruin the American economy on the eve of the election so trump does not win and one of the killer bees get in that they can manipulate you can't I cannot conceive of Bernie booted judge sitting opposite the prime minister of the leader of North Korea communist red China Vladimir Putin imagine potent looking into the eyes of mayor Pete what do you fear anything from Pete the answer of course is no and so once again we'll see what happens but stay tuned coming up next is the leader of a the president's efforts Ken Cuccinelli to make sure we have a functioning border later on is an expert on the boy crisis and how the Democrats are ruining male gender roles in this country that is doctor feral and then in about an hour so is pending answer be here talking about the equal rights amendment and how come Ruth Spader Ginsburg is now against the E. R. A. but.

Lobel
"lobel" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

07:02 min | 2 years ago

"lobel" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Smart speaker for us by tater the truck shown Lobel says a hundred thousand people are there I've I've never seen that and that these new condos attached to the back of a truck means you don't have to get a hotel room kitchens microwave ovens showers I guess tore let's all day all right you never leave it so I I don't know I'll let you know if we're gonna make it if it works I'll give you where I'm going to be a what time if anyone wants to come by and see me that'll be the end of March that's Saturday would be like March the twenty eighth correct that little and the so we'll see what happens I love truckers and truckers Love Me so let's continue with more way of colliding California than man through and Kevin and many others and I'm gonna take Clyde first rose Clyde you must have serious problems in California welcome to the proconsuls go ahead yes we have many long term problems they keep moving the Mexican border farther north and shop around San Francisco somewhere we cover the territory yet they lost in the Mexican American war it's getting I'm not sure about that what what what they want back is California Arizona Nevada and New Mexico Texas and Colorado those the six states they lost and they want to back from eighteen forty eight they want they want to take those states back in a greater Mexico actually they stay stolen from the Spaniards stole it from the north American native tribes it never was Mexico is a big lie but I would like to visit with you about the other big live tonight which one additionally there were a couple dozen democratic candidates for president Joe Biden was not among them because he doesn't want to be president until April twenty first and that was the day that you crane had an election and a former corrupt president that Joe Biden could snap his fingers that was unseated and replaced with an anti corruption president of Donald Trump could snap his fingers that Zelinsky three three days later Joe Biden said I want to be president not to be president but to change his status from former corrupt official word they of their investigation to political candidate jumps opponents so that his friends in the house could repeat the mantra like a broken record investigated and for personal gain it's all of fails the lie looks like those of the beginning of the lies however I'm not just the idea that Obama puts him in charge of Ukraine and communist red China and within a few days after each visit by Biden and by Obama what happens is his son gets one point five billion out of Beijing then he gets three million dollars out of the Ukraine and the media quickly announces there's no there there is some sort of conspiracy theory it's been thought thoroughly investigated and nothing was found investigated by who the answer is nobody nobody that's the problem who did it nobody well when he changed his status aged to saying this he stopped the investigation and he gave his friends alosi chef and Nadler some **** to put through the grinder as an excuse for impeachment because now is a political opponent and you can tell the lyrical employment was warned countries and in fact one I see in your McCabe doing a penny toward the last three days on CNN what what is family was put through I want to know what was Caputo put through what was Papadopoulos put through what was planned to put through and right now Paul mana forts locked up in solitary confinement when the Obama administration and twenty by twenty fourteen had said that it lets handle it civilly everyone of the trump alkalis have been thoroughly investigated indicted convicted before all democratic jury acting as if that is the final word when Democrats do the same thing Republicans do they get a job at CNN the Republican goes to jail yeah it it's their systems of justice in this country Clyde one for Republicans and one for Democrats yes that share but we we have seen the face of terror in a up close may I make a brief comment about mayor Pete you have one minute because we're gonna take a break go ahead I believe that although he seems pretty smart he's not smart enough to understand that if he were to become president some unintended consequences would come to visit this country of attend a horrible way the the people in the Middle East the radical extremist consider us infidels what what day do an attack in this country if our leader was a kind of people they throw off of buildings and stoned to death I thank you for your call say this that the every religious text says in a religious context that homosexuality is wrong within a simple context I believe separation of church and state as I've said before I'll say it again bill Cunningham the great American would vote for a gay conservative and a heart beat over a liberal family man I would do it like a John Kerry but the I think it as I've said before and I'll say it again in October the forces of evil do not want four more years of trump and they know the main reason he will be reelected as a burgeoning strong economy it wouldn't take a lot for either the communist red Chinese or the Russians or the Irani or others to make sure to do something to ruin the American economy on the eve of the election so trump does not win and one of the killer bees get in that they can manipulate you can't I cannot conceive a Bernie booted judge sitting opposite the prime minister of the leader of North Korea communist red China Vladimir Putin imagine potent looking into the eyes of mayor Pete what do you fear anything from Pete the answer of course is no and so once again we'll see what happens but stay tuned coming up next is the leader of a the president's efforts Ken Cuccinelli to make sure we have a functioning border later on is an expert on the boy crisis and how the Democrats are ruining male gender roles in this country that is doctor feral and then in about an hour so is pending answer be here talking about the equal rights amendment and how come Ruth Spader Ginsburg is now against the.

Lobel
"lobel" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"lobel" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"The truck shown Lobel says a hundred thousand people are there I've I've never seen that and that these new condos attached to the back of a truck means you don't have to get a hotel room kitchens microwave ovens showers I guess tore let's all day all right you never leave it so I I don't know I'll let you know if we're gonna make it if it works I'll give you where I'm going to be a what time if anyone wants to go by and see me it'll be the end of March that Saturday would be like March the twenty eighth correct that little and so we'll see what happens I love truckers and truckers Love Me so let's continue with more way of colliding Californian and Matthew and Kevin and many others and I'm gonna take Clyde first rose Clyde you must have serious problems in California welcome to the proconsuls go ahead yes we have many long term problems they keep moving the Mexican border farther north and shop around San Francisco somewhere they recover the territory yet they lost in the Mexican American war it's getting I'm not sure about that what what what they want back is California Arizona Nevada and New Mexico Texas and Colorado those the six states they lost and they want to back from eighteen forty eight they want they want to take those states back integrator Mexico actually they just they stole it from the Spaniards stole it from the north American native tribes it never was Mexico is a big lie but I would like to visit with you about the other big live tonight which one additionally there were a couple dozen democratic candidates for president Joe Biden was not among them because he didn't want to be president until April twenty first and that was the day that Ukraine had an election and a former corrupt president that Joe Biden could snap his fingers that was unseated and replaced with an anti corruption president that Donald Trump could snap his fingers that Zielinski three three days later Joe Biden said I want to be president not to be president but to change his status from former corrupt official word they of the investigation to political candidates jumps opponents so that his friends in the house could repeat the mantra like a broken record investigated him for personal gain it's all of fills the lie looks like those in the beginning of the lies however I'm not just the idea that Obama puts him in charge of Ukraine and communist red China and within a few days after each visit by Biden and by Obama what happens is his son gets one point five billion out of Beijing then he gets three million dollars out of the Ukraine and the media quickly announces there's no there there is some sort of conspiracy theory it's been taught thoroughly investigated and nothing was found investigated by who the answer is nobody nobody that's the problem who did it nobody well when he changed his status aged to saying this he stopped the investigation and he gave his friends Palos a chef and Nadler ge some **** to put through the grinder as an excuse for impeachment because now is a political opponent and you can't tell political opponent was warned countries into in fact one I see in your McCabe doing a pity toward the last three days on CNN what what his family was put through I want to know what was Caputo put through what was Papadopoulos put through what was planned to put through and right now Paul mana forts locked up in solitary confinement when the Obama administration and twenty by twenty fourteen had said that it lets handle it civilly and everyone of the trump alkalis have been thoroughly investigated indicted convicted before all democratic jury acting as if that is the final word when Democrats do the same thing Republicans do they get a job at CNN the Republican goes to jail yeah it it's their systems of justice in this country Clyde one for Republicans and one for Democrats yes that yeah but we we have seen the face of terror in a up close may I make a brief comment about mayor Pete you have one minute because we're gonna take a break go that's enough I believe that although he seems pretty smart he's not smart enough to understand that if he were to become president some unintended consequences would come to visit this country of attend a horrible way the the the people in the Middle East the radical extremist consider us infidels what what they do in attack in this country if our leader was a kind of people they throw off of buildings and stoned to death I thank you for your call say this that the every religious text says in a religious context that homosexuality is wrong within a simple context I believe separation of church and state as I've said before I'll say it again bill Cunningham the great American would vote for a gay conservative and a heart beat over a liberal family man I would do it like a John Kerry but the I think it as I've said before and I'll say it again in October the forces of evil do not want four more years of trump and they know the main reason he will be reelected as a burgeoning strong economy it wouldn't take a lot of the communist red Chinese or the Russians or the Irani or others to make sure to do something to row in the American economy on the eve of the election so trump does not win and one of the killer bees get in that they can manipulate you can't I cannot conceive a Bernie booted judge sitting opposite the prime minister of the leader of North Korea communist red China Vladimir Putin imagine potent looking into the eyes a mayor Pete what do you fear anything from Pete the answer of course is no and so once again we'll see what happens but stay tuned coming up next is the leader of a the president's efforts Ken Cuccinelli to make sure we have a functioning border later on is an expert on the boy crisis and how the Democrats are ruining male gender roles in this country that is doctor feral and then in about an hour so it's pending dance will be here talking about the equal rights amendment and how come Ruth Spader Ginsburg is now against the E. R. A. that.

Lobel
"lobel" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"lobel" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Click on big feel able in order the flight dot com click on the big deal show Lobel says a hundred thousand people are there I've I've never seen that and that these new condos attached to the back of a truck means you don't have to get a hotel room kitchens microwave ovens showers I guess Charlotte the whole deal right you never leave it so I I don't know I'll let you know if we're gonna make it if it works I'll give you where I'm going to be a what time if anyone wants to go by and see me it'll be the end of March that Saturday would be like March the twenty eighth correct that little and the so we'll see what happens I love truckers and truckers Love Me so let's continue with more way of colliding California than Matthew and Kevin and many others and I'm gonna take Clyde first rose Clyde you must have serious problems in California welcome to the proconsuls ahead yes we have many long term problems they keep moving the Mexican border farther north and shop around San Francisco somewhere they recover the territory yet they lost in the Mexican American war it's getting I'm not sure about that what what what they want back is California Arizona Nevada and New Mexico Texas and Colorado those the six days they lost they want to back from eighteen forty eight they want they want to take those states back integrator Mexico actually they stay stolen from the Spaniards sure stole it from the north American native tribes it never was Mexico is a big lie but I would like to visit with you about the other big live tonight which one additionally there were a couple dozen democratic candidates for president Joe Biden was not among them because he doesn't want to be president until April twenty first and that was the day that Ukraine had an election and a former corrupt president that Joe Biden could snap his fingers that was unseated and replaced with an anti corruption president that Donald Trump could snap his fingers that Zelinsky three three days later Joe Biden said I want to be president yeah not to be president but to change his status from former corrupt official worthy of their investigation to political candidate jumps opponents show that his friends in the house could repeat the mantra like a broken record investigated him for personal gain it's all of Phil's they live the client does at the beginning of the lies however I'm not just the idea that Obama puts him in charge of Ukraine and communist red China and within a few days after each visit by Biden and by Obama what happens is his son gets one point five billion out of Beijing then he gets three million dollars out of the Ukraine and the media quickly announces there's no there there is some sort of conspiracy theory it's been taught thoroughly investigated and nothing was found investigated by who the answer is nobody nobody apps that's the problem who did it nobody well when he changed his status aged to saying this he stopped the investigation and he gave his friends Palos a chef and Nadler show my love for her to put through the grinder as an excuse for impeachment because now is a political opponent and you can't tell the lyrical employment was warned countries and in fact one I see in your McCabe doing a pity toward the last three days on CNN what what is family was put through I want to know what was Caputo put through what was Papadopoulos put through what was planned to put through and right now Paul mana forts locked up in solitary confinement when the Obama administration and twenty by twenty fourteen it said that it lets handle it Cybele everyone of the trump alkalis have been thoroughly investigated indicted convicted before all democratic jury acting as if that is the final word when Democrats do the same thing Republicans do they get a job at CNN the Republican goes to jail yeah it it's their systems of justice in this country plied one for Republicans and one for Democrats yes that share but we we have seen the face of terror in a up close may I make a brief comment about mayor Pete you have one minute because we're gonna take a break go that's enough I believe that although he seems pretty smart he's not smart enough to understand that if he were to become president some unintended consequences would come to visit this country ever attend a horrible way the the the people in the Middle East the radical extremist consider us infidels what what day do an attack in this country if our leader was a kind of people they throw off of buildings and stoned to death I thank you for your call say this that the every religious text says in a religious context that homosexuality is wrong within a simple context I believe separation of church and state as I've said before I'll say it again bill Cunningham the great American would vote for a gay conservative and a heart beat over liberal family man I would do it like a John Kerry but the I think it as I've said before and I'll say it again in October the forces of evil do not want four more years of trump and they know the main reason he will be reelected as a burgeoning strong economy it would take a lot of the communist red Chinese or the Russians or the Irani or others to make sure to do something to row in the American economy on the eve of the election so trump does not win and one of the killer bees get in that they can manipulate you can't I cannot conceive of Bernie booted judge sitting opposite the prime minister of the leader of North Korea communist red China Vladimir Putin imagine potent looking into the eyes of mayor Pete what do you fear anything from Pete the answer of course is no and so once again we'll see what happens but stay tuned coming up next is the leader of a the president's efforts Ken Cuccinelli to make sure we have a functioning border later on is an expert on the boy crisis and how the Democrats are ruining male gender roles in this country that is doctor feral and then in about an hour so is pending dance will be here talking about the equal rights amendment and how come Ruth Spader Ginsburg is now against the E. R. A. that she at one point champion who's going to.

Lobel
"lobel" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

12:42 min | 2 years ago

"lobel" Discussed on KTOK

"Mr Lobel with us we'll take calls with him next hour sure some of your favorite movies if you would on a technical question physical media what's happening there that's changing the entire digital world isn't yeah you know it's interesting because I think that you know a lot of people are not trusting one of the streaming services in a lot of the things that they're depending on downloads I remember a friend of mine to have the book nineteen eighty four on their kindle and one day they went to read their book and it was gone because there was a rights dispute of all books right and you know so I think that sometimes it's good we were talking earlier about having DVD or Blu ray you know sometimes it's nice to have that that hard copy that insurance because you know you you do got movies on the cloud or movies on your computer you know something happens and they're gone what is the use for physical medium copper you don't need it what they're using copper and glass or something well you know I mean it it I'm I'm not sure what there you go he ate what is far as what what cut would DVDs and Blu rays are made a ng center storing sure yeah I suppose so I mean I mean honestly you know sometimes I miss videotape but you least you knew you had it you know videotape what's up you know when you when you were working in radio did you ever have to cut tape with a razor high sure does boost to splice it and put it together that way in a you know put a little piece of tape across yeah we have to do with a lot of that stuff too I think nine years and was all just Scotch tape and and and and and I don't know how we did it you know I mean it's it's amazing you know digital editing and everything now but yeah it's it's see if you've got yeah if you've got anything he's really should have backups and I think I think that's the thing about I I think there is a little bit of a nostalgia in a little bit of return where people want to have a hard copy of their favorite movies and things and I I you know I think it's it's smart because you with all the weird rights issues with their you know their changing re editing movies like you know you get Disney plus in and you go and watch your favorite movie and you go wait a second that movie doesn't go like that well they've since added or changed it and you know now that's the movie of the version that they've decided everybody is gonna see and and that's the only person that they can see so sometimes it's nice to have that in some sort of sixth form and I think that that's the thing that's why a lot of people are actually it just like those because they're kind of was a resurgence in people buying books again I think that people having that resurgence in in or or or getting their their L. P.'s their vinyl records again people are getting if there's these give the state pets out there collecting VHS again you know and I think that people you know I think Blu rays and DVDs are still still you know by heart what's happening in the streaming world seems to be getting bigger and bigger and bigger all yeah we're in the middle of the streaming wars I think everyone is fighting for everybody subscription funds you know everybody's got their own version Disney plus is the big one now and of course they had a huge hit with the Mandalorian which is the Star Wars television series and they decided they're gonna do it different have to have one series Star Wars huge going at all times I think and they're going to do a marble see reason you know the they're going to have to keep having these new talked about series popping up on there so they can get people to subscribe because the second the Mandalorian ended I think like set out from the people just drop their subscriptions because they were done watching the show that's right there you know and I think all of the major studios I think are going to have to our own version where they're gonna take their library of films and the only way you can see those films if you pay your seven dollars a month your ten dollars a month they're all trying to get a piece of of what Netflix started and you know and their there's there's there's a ton of of an Amazon and everyone else so this is definitely a like is there's a war going on a war for your attention a war for your subscription rates and it's going to be interesting to see you know what programs and up where I mean star CBS has Star Trek locked up if you want to see the new Star Trek you have to subscribe to theirs you know so it's an interesting situation where you've got you know Hulu and Amazon and Netflix and and all the major studios trying to Bali with their own streaming services well what would you like to do you know pay seven dollars a month and be able to stream and watch as many programs as you could or go to a movie for one seven dollar movie I mean it's it's traumatic yacht I wish they were still seven dollars I think I've gone to a few fourteen dollar movies here so yeah eleven Bucks fourteen Bucks just to go to a movie that definitely is a lot more you know one movie six is a sixteen dollars in California but you know I I I do like going to the movies though that's the thing is though even though I enjoy watching films at home I I seeing a theater projected on a screen cinematically in certain movies only works cinematically like once upon a time in Hollywood I mean that movie doesn't work on TV you you've read a really have to drink it in on a giant screen and and or or or no no D. note no sale in my opinion so I think so some things are are good for the big screen and and that experience of seeing seeing it communally in a theater is is something I hope never fully goes away but you know last year more people went to public libraries been in cinema so you know we're we're we're in the wild west who knows where it was coming next then again you have movies that stream like the Irishman that last three hours and thirty minutes who wants to go to a movie to see that I'd rather watch that it holds stop it do whatever you do and come back yeah yeah yeah I mean I don't I don't I don't have a bladder that robust you know I yeah I can't take a three hour movie that's that's wait wait you know I I I wish they'd go back to having intermissions with a lecture stretch your legs in the middle you know I used to do that in the old days absolutely how long with the movies in the old days the Dean Martin movies and things like you know a lot of times they would do like a sixty five minute movie a seventy minute movie because they they were usually double features for a while and you know they would have a cartoon in news reel in and then the Flash Gordon serial and everything else that was so they were you know when we went to the movies you got a lot more than a movie it was an event it was an event and and you know it was also it was your news it was your entertainment it was a lot of things for people and so there was a there was a lot of a lot of things happening a lot of ballyhoo lot of you know people were seating is that they had weird giveaways where they gave away dishes and toys and things at the movie theater and you know I think that we really I wish the years could be that kind of communal space where people could go there and and you know really feel like they're part of something and part of their communities here I think now it's just sort of like you're just trying to squeeze as for every last cent and and making it more and more and more impersonal and you got your nine dollar bucket of popcorn in your you know sixteen dollars in the door and you know that that's no fun you know I think that the the the the the part of what made the movies great with how acceptable they were the that was date mission was cheap you can get in there and in a you bring the whole family and and you can all enjoy something together she likes popcorn it was great and I love popcorn I could eat popcorn every day you know when I worked at a movie theater right popcorn with mustard I popcorn with honey I think I had popcorn with every condiment we had at the snack bar that was my breakfast lunch and dinner I kinda like putting parmesan cheese on it sprinkle upon their leading and Arlen our I have not done that well it's pretty good that's why we keep you on the radio Mister Lobo and not in the studio so that's right that's right what's new in the world to television well you know I guess I think a lot of the streaming shows or or you know I think I think most TV is doing a lot better than movies are you know like we just talked about the Mandalorian you know that that's that was more successful than the last Star Wars movie you know that's amazing and you know I think that you know we have a lot of horror series you know having right now I would I I I there was a really good series called mine country ever heard of that house I never saw it aspect I I I think that they stopped awhile so they could make they could make more of it and they want to keep the quality up so I I don't think you're gonna start right back up right away I think it's gonna they're gonna be production for awhile but what an incredible show in the early days of television and we talked about this over several past euros they would always have some ghoulish host at these US cities you know introducing movies and stuff like my body more guess enough people like that yes the scent that doesn't happen anymore well I do that are you are you really does yeah I'm a rarity but I do try to spook shows you know in at the colonial theatre last year we show daughter for you know we did all the ballyhoo we had we had women in we on registered nurses handing out life insurance policies and just in case all that all that crazy William castle kind of stuff and either we had puppeteers and side show people on stage and we show a movie and we had ghosts roaming through the audience and touching people on the shoulder and sitting next to them and eating that popcorn and so you know I mean if people do do it and you know they even though even if something isn't popular doesn't mean it isn't done you know and there are people you don't keepers of the flame who who are in their own local communities doing their own fun things at at at the very few remaining independent movie theaters that exist did you a sellout what do you do our second year in a row daughter of horror and it sold out both the both times so you know that's that's an interesting thing than what people if people know that they're that they're going to get something more if if the if they get the word that this is going to be special on this is gonna be audience participation and and we're gonna get more than just a movie is they'll come the company just getting the word out that's the hardest part what is it about horror films that people like to be scared well I don't I think it's a simple and simple simple analogy but I I think that the other two kinds of roller coasters right roller coaster where you get on and then once you get off of it you're like okay I'm never getting on that again and then there's the other roller coaster were you get on and you immediately want to get back on it again and get back on again and I do think you know there is something to to that a thrill of it but safety you know you you you you we were delivered back home safely after you've been through this and I feel you you feel like you've overcome something and and it's you know we might not be able to overcome things that are real lines but we can escape the wolf man and we kissed the Dracula and we can escape the blob and it's kind of fun and and and it makes better I think the adversities of our real life a lot easier to deal with do people sometimes so you know we still have these nightmares watching these horror flicks and TV shows and then they go to bed and everything breaks loose yeah I'd still does it you know it is interesting the magic of it were were you know someone will see a movie and and then they'll go home and I'll have nightmares for a week so that does happen and it is really funny too when you when you see a grown man and you know we're grown and I would want to do one of the sections we are grown adults will say yeah I you know I am the MC a blob fest every year and and and we're showing the block this is a sixty year plus year old movie right and it will be quite a grown adults were like ice I I'd still free to the blob and I still have nightmares about the block and or you know.

Mr Lobel
"lobel" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

13:05 min | 2 years ago

"lobel" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Mr Lobel with us we'll take calls with them next hour sure some of your favorite movies if you would on a technical question physical media what's happening there that's changing the entire digital world isn't yeah you know it's interesting because I think that you know a lot of people are not trusting one of the streaming services in a lot of the things that they're depending on downloads I remember a friend of mine to have the book nineteen eighty four on their kindle and one day they went to read their book and it was gone because there was a rights dispute of all books right you know so I think that sometimes it's good we were talking earlier about having DVD or Blu ray you know sometimes it's nice to have that that hard copy that insurance because you know you you got movies on the cloud or movies on your computer you know something happens and they're gone what is the use for physical medium copper you don't need it what they're using copper and glass or something well you know I mean it it I'm I'm not sure what their you gotta eat what is far as what what what DVDs and Blu rays are made up of things they're storing sure yeah I suppose so I mean honestly you know sometimes I missed videotape but you least you knew you had it you know the deals inputs now when you when you were working in radio did you ever have to cut tape with a razor high sure does boost display sent and put it together that way in a you know put a little piece of tape across okay yeah we have to do with a lot of that stuff too I think it's nine years it was all just Scotch tape and and and and and I don't know how we did it you know I mean it's it's amazing you know digital editing and everything now but yeah it's it's the eve you've got yeah if you've got anything he's really should have backups and I think I think that's the thing about I I think there is a little bit of a nostalgia in a little bit of return where people want to have a hard copy of their favorite movies and things and I I you know I think it's it's smart because you with all the weird rights issues with their you know their changing re editing movies like you know you get Disney plus in and you go and watch your favorite movie and you go wait a second that movie doesn't go like that well they've since added or changed it and you know now that's the movie of the version of Dave decided everybody is gonna see and and that's the only verse that they could see so sometimes it's nice to have that in some sort of sixth form and I think that that's the thing that's why a lot of people or or actually it just like those because they're kind of was a resurgence in people buying books again I think that people having that resurgence in in its or or or getting their their L. P.'s fair vinyl records again people are getting it over there is the skew the tape heads out there collecting VHS again you know and I think that people you know I think Blu rays and DVDs or store still you know by heart what's happening in the streaming world seems to be getting bigger and bigger and bigger all yeah we're in the middle of the streaming wars I think everyone is fighting for everybody subscription funds you know everybody's got their own version Disney plus is the big one now and of course they had a huge hit with the Mandalorian which is the Star Wars television series and they decided they're going to a different have to have one series star was huge going at all times I think and they're going to do a marble see reason you know the they're going to have to keep having these new talked about series popping up on there so they can get people to subscribe because the second the Mandalorian ended I think like thousands of people destructive subscriptions with they were done watching the show that's right so there are you know and I think all of the major studios I think are going to have to room version where they're gonna take their library of films and the only way you can see those films if you pay your seven dollars a month your ten dollars a month they're all trying to get a piece of of what Netflix started and you know and their there's there's there's a problem in Amazon and everyone else so this is definitely a like is there's a war going on a war for your attention a war for years subscription rates and it's going to be interesting to see you know what programs and up where I mean star CBS has Star Trek locked up if you want to see the new Star Trek you have to subscribe to theirs you know so it's an interesting situation where you've got you know Hulu and Amazon and Netflix and and all the major studios trying to Bali with their own streaming services well what would you like to do you know pay seven dollars a month and be able to stream and watch as many programs as you could or go to a movie for one seven dollar movie I mean it's it's traumatic yacht I wish they were still seven dollars I think I've gone to a few fourteen dollar movies there so yeah eleven box fourteen Bucks just to go to a movie that definitely is a lot more you know six is a sixteen dollars in California but you know I I I do like going to the movies though that's the thing is though even though I enjoy watching films are home I I seeing of US theater projected on a screen cinematically in certain movies only works cinematically like once upon a time in Hollywood I mean that movie doesn't work on TV you you've read a really have to drink it in on a giant screen and and or or or no no D. note no sale in my opinion so I think so some things are are good for the big screen and and that experience of seeing seeing it communally in a theater is is something I hope never fully goes away but you know last year more people went to public libraries them in cinemas so you know we're we're we're in the wild west who knows where it was coming next then again you have movies that stream like the Irishman that last three hours and thirty minutes who wants to go to a movie to see that I'd rather watch that it holds stop it do whatever you do and come back yeah yeah I mean I don't I don't I don't have a bladder that robust you know I yeah I can't take a three hour movie that's that's wait wait you know I I I wish they'd go back to having interventions with a lecture stretch your legs in the middle you know I used to do that in the old days absolutely how long was the movies in the old days the Dean Martin movies and things like you know a lot of times they would do like a sixty five minute movie is seventy that movie because they they were usually double features for a while and you know they would have a cartoon in news reel in and then the Flash Gordon serial and everything you know else that was so they were you know we we went to the movies you got a lot more than a movie it was an event it was an event and and you know it was also it was your news it was your entertainment it was a lot of things for people and so there was a there was a lot of a lot of things happening a lot of ballyhoo lot of you know people were saving is that they had weird giveaways where they gave away dishes and toys and things of the movie theater and you know I think that we really I wish the years could be that kind of communal space where people could go there and and you know really feel like they're part of something and part of their communities here I think now it's just sort of like you're just trying to squeeze as for every last cent and and making it more and more and more impersonal and you got your nine dollar bucket of popcorn in your you know sixteen dollars in the door and you know that that's no fun you know I think that the the the the part of what made the movies great would have accessible that word of that was date mission was cheap you can get in there and in a you bring the whole family and and you can all enjoy something together like popcorn it was great and I love popcorn I could eat popcorn every day you know when I worked at a movie theater right popcorn with mustard I popcorn with honey I think I had popcorn with every condiment we had at the snack bar that was my breakfast lunch and dinner I kinda like putting parmesan cheese on it sprinkling on may and leading a garlic on our I have not done that well it's pretty good that's why we keep you on the radio Mister Lobo and not in the studio so that's right that's right what's new in the world of television well you know like so I think a lot of the streaming shows or or you know I think I think most TV is doing a lot better than movies are you know like we just talked about the Mandalorian you know that that's that was more successful than the last Star Wars movie you know that's amazing and you know I think that you know we have a lot of horror series you know having right now I will I I I there was a really good series called mind hunter you ever heard of that I never saw it Aztec I I I think that they stopped awhile so they could make they could make more of it and they want to keep the quality up so I I don't think you're gonna start right back up right away I think it's gonna they're gonna be in production for awhile but what an incredible show in the early days of television and we talked about this over several past euros they would always have some ghoulish host at these US cities you know introducing movies and stuff like my body more guess will it out yes the scent that doesn't happen anymore well I do that you are you really does yeah I'm a rarity but I do try to spook shows you know in at the colonial theatre last year we show daughter for you know we did all the ballyhoo we had we had women in we on registered nurses handing out life insurance policies and just in case all that all that crazy William castle kind of stuff and either we had puppeteers and side show people on stage and we show a movie and we had ghosts roaming through the audience and touching people on the shoulder and sitting next to them and eating that popcorn and so you know I mean if people do do it and you know they even though even if something isn't popular doesn't mean it isn't done you know and there are people you don't keepers of the flame who who are in their own local communities doing their own fun things at at at the very few remaining independent movie theaters that exist did you a sellout what do you do our second year in a row that's great daughter of horror and it read sold out both both times so you know that's that's an interesting thing than what people if people know that they're that they're going to get something more if if the if they get the word that this is going to be special and is going to be audience participation and and we're gonna get more than just a movie is they'll come the company just getting the word out that's the hardest part what is it about horror films that people like to be scared well I don't I think it's a simple and simple simple analogy but I I think that you know there are two kinds of roller coasters right roller coaster where you get on and then once you get off of it you're like okay I'm never getting on that again and then there's the other roller coaster were you get on and you immediately want to get back on again and get back on again and I do think you know there is something to to that a thrill of it but safety you know you you you you were you were delivered back home safely after you've been through this I feel you you feel like you've overcome something and and it's you know we might not be able to overcome things that are real lines but we can escape the wolf man and we should be Dracula and we can escape the blob and it's kind of fun and and and it makes better I think the adversities of our real life a lot easier to deal with do people sometimes so you know we still have these nightmares watching these horror flicks and TV shows and then they go to bed and everything breaks loose yeah I'd still does it you know it is interesting the magic of it were were you know someone will see a movie and and then they'll go home and I'll have nightmares for a week so that does happen and it is really funny too when you when you see a grown man and you know we're grown and I would want to do one of the sections we are grown adults will say yeah I you know I am the MC a blob fest every year and and and we're showing the block this is a sixty year plus year old movie right and keep it no because of grown adults were like ice I I'd still free to the blob and I still have nightmares about the block and or you know with Johnson church the same thing I'm still afraid to go into the water you know yeah I'm still afraid of Norman Bates going to stab me in the shower your hand over the side of the bed a lot of it is real personal I think it has a lot more to do with us personally and what our personal real fears are that these that these movies kind of become iconic and and and.

Mr Lobel
"lobel" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

11:04 min | 2 years ago

"lobel" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Dory with you Mr Lobel with us we'll take calls within the next hour sure some of your favorite movies if you would on a technical question physical media what's happening there that's changing the entire digital world isn't here are you know it's interesting because I think that you know a lot of people are not trusting one of the streaming services in a lot of the things that they're depending on downloads I remember a friend of mine to have the book nineteen eighty four on their kindle and one day they went to read their book and it was gone because there was a rights dispute of all books right and you know so I think that sometimes it's good we were talking earlier about having DVD or Blu ray you know sometimes it's nice to have that that hard copy that insurance because you know you you do got movies on the cloud or movies on your computer you know something happens and they're gone what is the use for physical medium copper you don't need it what they're using copper and glass or something well you know I mean it it I'm I'm not sure whether you're able as far as what the what tied with DVDs and Blu rays are made out of things that they're storing sure yeah I suppose so I mean I I mean honestly you know sometimes I miss videotape but you wish you knew you had it you know videotape what's up you know when you when you were working in radio did you ever have to cut tape with a razor high she used to splice it and put it together that way in a you know put a little piece of tape across okay yeah we have to do a lot of that stuff too I nine years it was all just Scotch tape and and and and and I don't know how we did it you know I mean it's it's amazing you know digital editing and everything now but yeah it's it's see if you've got yeah if you've got anything yeah he's really should have backups and I think I think that's the thing about I I think there is a little bit of a nostalgia in a little bit of return where people want to have a hard copy of their favorite movies and things and I I you know I think it's it's smart because you with all the weird rights issues with their you know their changing re editing movies like you you get Disney plus in and you go and watch your favorite movie and you go wait a second that movie doesn't go like that well the sensitive changed it and you know now that's the movie of the version of Dave decided everybody is gonna see and and that's the only verse that they could see so sometimes it's nice to have that in some sort of sixth form and I think that that's the thing that's why a lot of people or or actually in just like those because they're kind of was a resurgence in people buying books again I think that people having that resurgence in in or or or getting their their L. P.'s their vinyl records again people are getting it over there is the skew the state heads out there collecting VHS again you know and I think that people you know I think the Blu rays and DVDs or store still you know by heart what's happening in the streaming world seems to be getting bigger and bigger and bigger all yeah we're in the middle of the streaming wars I think everyone is fighting for everybody subscription funds you know everybody's got their own version Disney plus is the big one now and of course they had a huge hit with the Mandalorian which is the Star Wars television series and they decided they're gonna do it different have to have one series Star Wars huge going at all times I think and they're going to do a marble see reason you know the they're going to have to keep having these new talked about series popping up on there so they can get people to subscribe because the second the Mandalorian ended I think like section of thousands of people just drop the subscription through they were done watching the show you know and I think all of the major studios I think are going to have their own version where they're gonna take their library of films and the only way you can see those films if you pay your seven dollars a month your ten dollars a month they're all trying to get a piece of of what Netflix started and you know and there there's there's there's a problem in Amazon and everyone else so this is definitely a like is there's a war going on a war for your attention a war for years subscription rates and it's going to be interesting to see you know what programs and up where and start CBS has Star Trek locked up if you want to see the new Star Trek you have to subscribe to theirs you know so it's an interesting situation where you've got you know Hulu and Amazon and Netflix and and all the major studios trying to Bali with their own streaming services well what would you like to do you know pay seven dollars a month and be able to stream and watch as many programs as you could or go to a movie for one seven dollar movie I mean it's it's traumatic yacht I wish they were still seven dollars I think I've gone to a few fourteen dollar movies there so yeah eleven box fourteen Bucks just to go to a movie that definitely is a lot more you know one movie six is a sixteen dollars in California but you know I I I do like going to the movies though that's the thing is though even though I enjoy watching films at home I I seeing of US theater projected on a screen cinematically in certain movies only works cinematically like once upon a time in Hollywood I mean that movie doesn't work on TV you you've read a really you have to drink it in on a giant screen and and or or or no no deep note no sale in my opinion so I think so some things are are good for the big screen and and that experience of seeing seeing it communally in a theater is is something I hope never fully goes away but you know last year more people went to public libraries and in cinema so you know we're we're we're in the wild west who knows where it was coming next then again you have movies that stream like the Irishman that last three hours and thirty minutes who wants to go to a movie to see that I'd rather watch that at home stop it do whatever you do and come better yeah yeah yeah I mean I don't I don't I don't have a bladder that robust you know I yeah I can't take a three hour movie that's that's wait wait you know I I I wish they'd go back to having interventions with a lecher stretch your legs in the middle you know I used to do that in the old days absolutely how long with the movies in the old days the Dean Martin movies and things are you know a lot of times they would do like a sixty five minute movie a seventy minute movie because they they were usually double features for a while and you know they would have a cartoon in news reel in and then the Flash Gordon serial and everything else that was so they were you know when we went to the movies you got a lot more than a movie it was an event it was an event and and you know it was also it was your news it was your entertainment it was a lot of things for people and so there was a there was a lot of a lot of things happening a lot of ballyhoo lot of you know people were seating is that they had weird giveaways where they gave away dishes and toys and things of the movie theater and you know I think that we really I wish the years could be that kind of communal space where people could go there and and you know really feel like they're part of something and part of their communities here I think now it's just sort of like you're just trying to squeeze as for every last cent and and making it more and more and more impersonal and you've got your nine dollar bucket of popcorn in your you know sixteen dollars in the door and you know that that's no fun you know I think that the the the the part of what made the movies great with how acceptable they were the it was a date mission was cheap you can get in there and in a you bring the whole family and and you can all enjoy something together initialize popcorn it was great fun I love popcorn I could eat popcorn every day you know when I worked at a movie theater I popcorn with mustard I popcorn with honey I think I had popcorn with every condiment we had at the snack bar I was my breakfast lunch and dinner I kinda like putting parmesan cheese on it sprinkle hall mayor leading and Arlen our I have not done that well it's pretty good that's why we keep you on the radio Mister Lobo and not in the studio that's right that's right what's new in the world of television well you know expecting a lot of the streaming shows or or you know I think I think TV is doing a lot better than movies are you know like we just talked about the Mandalorian you know that that's that was more successful than the last Star Wars movie you know that's amazing and you know I think that you know we have a lot of horror series you know having right now I would I would I I there was a really good series called mind hunter you ever heard of that house I never saw it Aztec I I I think that they stopped awhile so they could make they could make more of it and they want to keep the quality up so I I don't think you're gonna start right back up right away I think it's gonna they're gonna be in production for awhile but what an incredible show among the early days of television and we talked about this over several past shows they would always have some ghoulish host at these US cities you know introducing movies and stuff like my body more guess enough people will like it out yes is that that doesn't happen anymore well I do that are you are you really yeah I'm a rarity but I do try to spook shows you know in at the colonial theatre last year we show daughter for you know we did all the ballyhoo we had we had women in we on registered nurses handing out life insurance policies and just in case all that all that crazy William castle kind of stuff and either we had puppeteers certain side show people on stage and we show a movie and we had ghosts roaming through the audience and touching people on the shoulder and sitting next to them and eating that popcorn and so you know I mean people do do it and you know they even though even if something isn't popular doesn't mean it isn't done you know and there are people you don't keepers of the flame who who are in their own local communities doing their own fun things at at at the very few remaining independent movie theaters that exist did you a sellout what do you do our second year in a row daughter of horror and sold out both both times so you know that's that's an interesting thing with people if people know that they're that they're going to get something more if if the if they get the word that this is going to be special and is going to be audience participation and and we're gonna get more than just a movie is dot com the company just getting the word out that's the hardest part what is it about horror films that people like to be scared well I don't I think it's a.

Mr Lobel
"lobel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

12:04 min | 2 years ago

"lobel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is Bloomberg surveillance economics the federal reserve's independence is crucial central banks should be prepared and not presumptuous in order to grow to delay Lobel money doesn't like uncertainty investment I think the issue in the market is really more about the possibility of a recession in the next couple years I think we need to get back to where we have always been the American dream rumors of a lot with Tom Kean and polls we bird radio good Tuesday morning from New York City to our worldwide audience earnings begin in earnest today we had the big banks reporting JP Morgan very strong numbers coming out of the largest U. S. bank we have mixed futures right here SO P. down one Dallas seventeen nasdaq down one kind of a mixed opening here as we look at the futures ahead of the cash trading it's got a sense of where the action is in our U. S. equity markets we welcome Bloomberg stock senator table so they will be looking at this morning well you might as well start with the biggest banks Paul this because they kind of went to add a three if you look at how the shares are performing JP Morgan chase up a bit more than one percent in early trading the bank's fourth quarter profit and revenue beat analysts' average estimates and blubber survey JP Morgan benefited from a rebound in training especially in bonds in annual revenue sell records so you put it all together and it certainly worked out for them I see a group similar story up about one percent fourth quarter revenue climbed seven and a half percent the biggest increase in any quarter since twenty fourteen cities fixed income trading revenue jumped forty nine percent more than twice as much as analysts predicted on average then you have Wells Fargo down about three and a half percent earnings trail asked was for the seventh time in eight quarters in revenue fell more than analysts expected Wells Fargo set aside one half billion dollars last quarter for legal costs that didn't help the results either beyond the financial companies got delta airlines out with their fourth quarter figures never being well received the carrier three and a half percent profit beat the highest estimate delta benefited from strong US demand lower fuel prices and the sale of a stake in Brazilian airline golf and you know you see either read airlines up as well in early trading American higher by two percent southwest up one percent United up one and a half percent on the other hand Boston scientific down six and a half percent the heart device maker reported preliminary fourth quarter sales of about two point nine billion dollars and that figure came up short of analysts' projections and speaking of analysts you've got Netflix up to percent Jeffrey saying the streaming video service is poised to add customers this year as it avoids price increases the firm has the equivalent of a buy rating on the stock you also have Jeffries weighing in on Tesla doubling up three and a half percent in early trading the firm races problem share price estimate on the electric car maker by fifty percent to six hundred dollars the new target is the highest in the Bloomberg survey aside from one set yesterday by Oppenheimer they're looking FOR six hundred twelve dollars so the numbers just if you want I went out and has is getting close to a hundred billion dollars in market value in that something extraordinary all right goes up three percent the drugmaker said last year's revenue told about four point eight billion dollars which beat estimates Hey come up four percent this is engineering services company people familiar with the matter said a calm was approached about a deal by Canadian rival W. S. P. global beyond me I know that I can mention again today up ten percent number of plant based meat substitutes is rallying for a fourth day chairman says Coleman said the company expects to expand into China this year wow and then and doing the McDonnell sing in Canada right right and by the way I should point out the number of shares sold shorten beyond me in November December total of seventy six percent so maybe some of those sorts of buying back what they previously so I got not just moderate club up eleven percent the only provider T. straightening products it will begin selling them to dentists and orthodontists and a New Jersey court rejected the trade group's complaint that the company to legally practice dentistry you put that all together and align technology which is and there's a line of direct competitors moderate club down three and half percent small direct another one of those IPOs in twenty nineteen that was a little disappointing right as I recall right exactly okay got shares at eleven thirty five as we speak the company went public at twenty three dollars so that would be a loss like half its value eight bluemix accentor Dave Wilson thanks so much of my eight thousand shares are not smiling I know you know I'm Smilin here perfect T. Tom you're playing yeah you know thank your parents for that Tom so we got the Senate trial coming up impeachment coming up and I think they're trying to figure out some rules of the road as it relates to press as it relates to general decorum to give us a sense of what's going on there we welcome Nancy I've not a **** a Bloomberg reporter Nancy thanks so much for joining us so again it looks like a speaker Pelosi is about to transmit the articles of impeachment to the Senate presumably and then a trial will begin give us some sense of kind of some rules of the road that the Senate is thinking about the moment morning Mitch McConnell has been laying the groundwork for this working with the police the sergeant at arms there for like three months and he runs a very tight ship and it's getting tighter all the time and he's been working behind the scenes to come up with some rules to restrict where press can goal and where and how many people might be from the public right off the street can actually come into the Senate gallery and watched as Giles is pretty secretive actually surprises I mean what is the president well the president is that in the nineteen ninety nine trial tickets were distributed to this trial two senators offices and that's kind of a starting point but who is stealing signs for the two use those so the risk so they sell tickets to this well most of the tickets are going to go through the senators offices in that way McConnell and other leaders can control who gets in a lot of those tickets will go to staff people still go to favored constituents favored business associates and yesterday I was told by the door keepers who know everything and have been drilling on this for three months that there will be only one small gallery holding thirty five members of the public people who come that day and get it taken off the street and if any of them stand up and say anything or the pull out a sign they are are pulled out of there immediately and most of them face a rash and their tossed and then they can come back in the capital for a year or two alright let's talk about the press I mean it is going to be a segregated area for the press how many how many press passes will be issued we know anything about that well the press have their own galleries and one of the bones of contention involves the actual press gallery and the police and start the Senate sergeant at arms planning to install a great big maggot metal detector right in the middle of the of the press gallery to keep reporters from going into their little over look over the Senate floor so that they can not bring in any electronic devices like cameras were they could take pictures in there Connell wants to control the images he wants to control the cameras that are installed there and sure that he knows what pictures will soon go to paint a picture of this as best you can based on your knowledge in your years of experience this is on the Senate floor does everybody show up or they're a lot of empty seats well that's one reason why they don't want a lot of cameras right well let's see is is everybody show up for their lot of empty seats they are supposed to show up and sit there and senator Cornyn of Texas yesterday said they won't the senators themselves will be allowed to bring in their iPhones or iPads they have to check them and put them in these copies and then they have to there and they have to listen to you know what the the Asian is the judge since justice robbers Chief Justice Roberts sits up top you know where the president speaks I don't know where he actually will be situated yeah he oversees set and he makes rulings Michaelson Chris calling her up with so Nancy if if if this speaker Pelosi transmits the articles of impeachment this week is our sense of timing when this will occur yes senator Cornyn who had been way up up until a few months ago said he expects it to really be on your way next Tuesday and then you could envision it going for a couple of weeks at least and there is talk of weekend sessions and you'll have once the trial begins in the senator's stay in the chamber and they have opening arguments the Senate Republicans are still finalizing rules for the trial and one issue is whether they vote on whether to dismiss the charges without a full trial what the president wants but Republican leaders are saying they don't have interest in the quick dismissal before they hear arguments so perhaps each side will end up making opening statements and senators will have the opportunity to ask questions that what that's what we saw in nineteen ninety nine and then at some point they'll be this decision on whether to call witnesses or conclude the trial and as you know there are four Republicans that are needed to join for forty seven crowds and they're working on that the soles of them from this signal was thank you for the briefing I learned a lot there about an ad I sort of any that never going to carry this this and don't know don't know I I honestly I can remember I can find yeah I honestly can't remember yeah I I suspect so because they've been carrying I don't know everything that was a really good briefing and we'll get more and I'm sort of shocked Tuesday's upon us I mean it's a week away exactly what we'll be doing a worse apple or is apple up like eight percent this morning tassels what's Tesla it's over five hundred dollars I mean it's a hundred seventy eight dollars back in June I'm just not sure what's going to happen I guess see open a plan China and I guess Adam demand is still there and then a short you getting crushed yeah exactly and then again the shorts have to cover that trade if it goes wrong and when they do they have to buy back shares which gives a little acceleration that's right to the left as well right now with our news in New York City here's Michael bar some pull thank you very much six democratic presidential candidates qualified to be on the debate stage tonight at Drake University in des Moines Iowa it is the last debate ahead of next month's Iowa caucuses former VP Joe Biden addressed recent poll numbers that show a tight race in Iowa ahead of tonight's democratic debate Biden says his campaign as the broadest coalition of support across various demographic groups among all the candidates people are beginning to make up their minds now and this is a critical moment all the polling data that I've read and see is this all you know it's a.

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"lobel" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"lobel" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Welcome back everyone a Bob Lobel high school basketball tonight shin indoor beach north eastern fifty five forty two day McCullough joins me Dave congratulations that's a good win this in northwestern team has been playing very well lately yeah yeah they they give me the games for gold we are three in one and lost the top one last week the Fisher low repair place the you know if we were to open a bottle back and then we did it was tough fought through three quarters and we can get them in the last quarter those good good one for yeah he officiers kind of exposure for some things that you know you'll learn a lot about that what your teens about it and the one thing you learned obviously as you mentioned you bounce back but you also you know you find out some things defensively that you need to to take care of because they're going to put a lot of pressure on you they get their meeting they're quick to the ram they can finish it's a great game to play quite frankly you know it was really good for us Bob is really good for us you know we went in there and competed our tails off of the week you know I went down to the wire and we had they had a chance to win the game at the end you can ask for one put yourself in a position when it you know when we did that but then you look back and you know if you give up sex offenses rebound basket said you know you lose by two zero three F. E. give thanks to her during the week well yes hello you know so we we you know we have good schools sessions and it shows the only good things on the court and I think that helped us tonight we know we we we need to have a little Cup was going on the road again and it was still a little toughness and you know I I thought the the northeastern they've they've battle like crazy with a great game going into the fourth quarter that is a weekly at ten free throws out of ten in the fourth quarter you know so that that used wind up making out twenty one for gaming end up with we share a little fireworks starters in double figures so you know the address will that be a pretty good night we've got guys you perimeter guys you your three junior guards into your tough that late in a ball game because you're gonna be able to spread people out they could all hand would pass it go to align not free throws down I like what that looks like well aid I do too when it is and the thing is that tonight is they got our our six six junior post player in in as a leading scorer the kids did a great job of finding him the transition pineapple pick and rolls in the finish around the room and you know I had a really good night your camera grantee it's got a really good bye you know Jacob candy any the transition several times and no taken up with twelve points and and then they have to spend it and K. McCall my son able to end up in double digits with tan and the Christian some sweet passes to ruminate Jackson Campbell you know he he learned to love last week yeah issues and he played a lot tougher tonight probably four so that he would have had we not had a game last week so it was a good learning experience for space thank you can help with that two two eight teams are ranked pretty highly number four shin and dole beating number fifteen northeastern fifty.

Bob Lobel
"lobel" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"lobel" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"I mean good lord are still complaining it hasn't opened yet first borns it might be five years from now will on the second day of Christmas Lobel gave to me two bridges totaling thank you river link here so I really like Amy with the river I'm going over and a brightly lit top call for all to see on the third day of Christmas Lobel gave to me three scooting birds yeah I live in the highlands of were in in in dated in the house we got we got birds we got lines right all things coming out as you know in the highlands right to be going to like the band B. walk really like that so you got like you know drunk people you know that was worse the number of people walking down bars but about what can go wrong the urgent care center three shooting birds do bridges tolling in a brightly lit topic offer hope to see on the fourth day of Christmas Lobel gave to me for Bourbon balls about you know we got those we sell down the other lanes Bourbon bald guy from that new Yorkers into goes by even balls what's that is that like tennis elbow three student borrowers to bridges telling in a brightly lit up to see on the fifth day of Christmas Lobel gave to me five derby hi the replies ridge trademark of the Kurds kitchen corporation too many tolls and a brightly lit up on seeing to say that our state this step up he says okay on the day of Christmas little mole game eight more Walgreens there's.

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"lobel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"lobel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I rolled to delay Lobel money doesn't like uncertainty investment I think the issue in the market is really more about the possibility of a recession in the next couple years I think we need to get back to where we have always been the American dream rumors of a lot with Tom Kean and polls we bird radio good morning everyone Lisa brown words out Jennifer Sweeney in time came very ends thank you for being with us on this Wednesday please trouble carefully ready get right to their futures up to read on the screen Dow futures and negative five so what we're gonna do just because of a busy busy top of this nine o'clock Wall Street time our let's get right to it what you need to tell from Colby Kansas out to the Colorado border I seventy shot down big storm in California I got up about thirty eight million people affected by some form of serious weather advisory with a national perspective before we look at the east coast always the best rob Carolyn joins us or Bloomberg meteorologist rob is it just another thanksgiving or is this one different no this is different we had a historic storm slam into or get in northern California yesterday Tom are more what we get on the east coast the bomb they had a bomb cyclonic California gust to sixty nine last night crescent city a rain right now almost all the way down to Los Angeles of which is good for that fire Santa Barbara right now your ports in California look good but I have a feeling is traffic increases are to see some delays at SFO Oakland in LA X. today link your work into airplanes because the pot Plano he's got to get from here to there and pilots guy to get from C. to D. X. Severa you just assume a lot.

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"lobel" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"lobel" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"The C. W. Lobel broadcasting live twenty four seven from the don how're plumbing heating and air studios this is use radio eight forty WHAS we'll see mostly cloudy skies eventually bill back in Chile temptress expected as lows drop into the upper thirties we kick off the first party weekend it is a raw day cloudy and cool out their occasional rain showers will be likely high temperatures only climb into the low forties but the rain shuts off into your Saturday night cloudy skies will stick around with low temperatures in the lower thirties we get into your Sunday that is the pick for the week and partly sunny skies breaking out and we're dry with highs in the upper forties at your updated forecast on W. okay why meteorologist Chris Johnson coast to coast AM is on news radio eight forty WHAS the to talk to Ian Punnett call the wildcard line eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk toll free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five this is coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett hello kinda had that bumper lined up because I thought we still we talked about.

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"lobel" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"lobel" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Of greater Lobel toward ever model homes August tenth and eleventh features loopholes topper modelers the tour gives you the opportunity to visit twelve local homes discover your inspiration and meet our registered remodelers from bathrooms two kitchens two whole house for models your shirt is see at all visit be I a little dot com for details sponsored by Bonnycastle appliance and TV we'll see you on August tenth and eleven if you're interested in solar energy but don't want the cost of a private system LG any has a bright idea for you it's called solar share and it's an easy way to support locally produced solar energy there are no start up costs no maintenance and you even get a monthly bill credit so do more they consume energy with solar share we're empowering you to help create a visit L. G. E. dash K. U. dot com slash solar dash chair to sign up game of new plays out here let's go down to the newsroom here from the start job how did you pull that off well you know I just went out there like I do at the top and bottom of every hour and gave it a hundred and ten percent and you know I just want to thank the rest of my news team for the traffic and weather news updates all day news radio eight forty WHAS is that the speed art museums latest exhibition ebony G. Patterson while the do it still on the roses explore art works in a night guard environment that's the address masculinity visibility and invisibility within black youth culture more information at speed museum dot org message and data rates may apply.

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"lobel" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"lobel" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"We are back with Mr Lobel as we talk about films horror films in general the store bought you know in the old days they used to have all these people I wish to talk about who would host local movie intro shows you know the vampires and people like that are more juice with doing that are they doing that anymore at local stations they are they are thing thing I think we're we might be on the new trend of window the return of the horror movie you know things Lee who was the big Chicago or close to there was a originally there was especially in the early seventies and then rich because took over in the later seventies and into the eighties and respond now has been stained league for forty years at his Chicago station but now that Chicago station is part of me TV and so people across the country get to enjoy single only on a weekly basis so it's kind of the best kept secret is now now everybody gets to see that guy and and he's still he's still very torn because he's still doing it and doctor gangrene out of ten and he retired for awhile is now doing a new version of his show in Tennessee and Joe Bob Briggs who used to host monster vision on cable has a new show on the channel charter which is a sports channel and of course myself them on some our eighteen year still picking up new broadcast stations and we're on and turn it into our fiber I think is doing something for October fourteenth a series of movies out of Salem Massachusetts for Halloween we lost graves ghastly on them but.

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"lobel" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:57 min | 3 years ago

"lobel" Discussed on KTRH

"With his patented blend of humor and satire Mr Lobel was the MC for film festivals like blob fast and provides background on films with comedy games prices as well we're gonna talk about some movies we'll take your calls next hour about them as well Mr lowball always a pleasure my friend always a pleasure and Pete I hope everyone is all right with the giant monsters returning I can't say everyone is other been some injuries we don't know the extent of that yet but the unbelievable oh wow that is that is terrifying you know I did I did feel sad I'm in Pennsylvania and I did feel something but that was just because I was getting she's out of the refrigerator and when I stood up I hit my head on the freezer door knocked the whole freezer door on since March you'll hurt yourself so some of might have been knocked out of my head tonight but I'll remind you I'm very very glad to be back on the program I'm very glad that everyone at least everyone in your campus okay after this terrible earthquake yeah it's it's on but I just hope that sent god this was a seven point one that may be the biggest ever go through in my life out here wow time I sneak back to Saint Louis I mean I lived in California most of my life the first earthquake I really really felt was in Maryland in two thousand eleven I was in LA a couple years ago and went back to Saint Louis had not been in an earthquake in Los Angeles went back to Saint Louis and I was on a three point four and wow ended up being on CNN that night yeah telling them what it was like the feel and with the three four yes that's pretty extensive US seven one was unbelievable the one in and and Baltimore was forced seven and that that was pretty good I mean we could still driving but I don't know about I mean seven one that sounds like something out of a movie he does not by the time it hit us where we are it was probably down to about a five in terms of strength but still the building which is been built on rollers actually was rocking back in forth in you can hear the U. girders the metal going weird in you know you think for a moment man this whole building is going to go down and Danny our operations manager came running down making sure everybody was okay it's it's weird anyways let's talk movies let's have some gal now for what's out there these days you know I I just saw the new Godzilla movie and I really enjoyed it the king of monsters that just came out was a Japanese American made American made movie with but they can't but legendary pictures has the legendary believe this English company right but if the western film made a recently will recently did that is because only a few years ago and this is a direct sequel to the Godzilla movie from just a few years ago only this time he's got in row Dan and king Ghidorah and it's much more of a throwback to the movies of the sixties where he's fighting multiple monsters and it's kind of a hassle to look crafty an aspect to it where they they sort of redesign the origins of the monsters to where they're much older that they've been here before we were and now they're just coming back to reclaim the planet now Godzilla originally was a depiction in Japanese films right yeah yes I think fifty five Godzilla was it was Japanese film go G. right and then when they brought it over to America they simplified as Godzilla and then they inserted all the scenes with Raymond Burr as an American newscaster in Japan sort of make it feel more like an American movie did they create those movies Mister Lobo and because of the you know two bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the fallout with radiation first film is very much allegorical to the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki from World War two this was like a mutant or something yeah the radio active basically kind of the folly of man you know the right sort of taking revenge you know almost like there is taking revenge for for our tampering with of you know things we don't understand like nuclear power that's kind of that it's interesting because the first movie is very much a Downer you know I I'd much rather show an audience Mothra the first monster movie than the first Godzilla movie because it is a kind of of the first one is a very serious very serious but I mean it it definitely is allegorical too that the shipment tragedy which which makes it a lot darker in tone why were the horror films of those past days the fifties the sixties why would they so weird why were they aware with these so weird that's a good question I think the world would you compare them with horror films of today yeah are you knowingly and stuff that we made it a lot more fantasy in our or films you know I think that there was a kind of almost to mystic kind of fairytale sort of quality that that sort of crept into a lot of those old women either even even in a Frankenstein and stuff like that they're almost fairy tales and I think that you know move after the sixties you know with the sort of the introduction of of you know you've got psycho in movies like The Exorcist and I think I think a lot more real world kind of horror kind of crept into it into the in the universe of horrible I think especially in the forties fifties and sixties there was a lot of fantasy inserted into the man I think also because they were more considered fair for children you know I I don't think quarter was not considered serious entertainment either was science fiction by the mainstream even though a lot of adults you know and very intelligent people were writing and producing and creating a sci fi and horror it was very much thought of as as as matinee material I think that that's why a lot of it was so weird and how we have why we have so many goofy bug eyed monsters and so many of those movies we didn't have a lot of television and in those days obviously we didn't have cell phones smartphones social networking so people's past time was truly going to the movie houses wasn't absolutely absolutely yeah you couldn't just pull it out of your pocket you had to you have to go downtown and and you know pay your five sensor or or whatever and you sit in the dark all day and maybe a double feature with a cartoon in a newsreel and a serial let's talk more about these when we come back with Mr.

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