26 Burst results for "Mackie"

"mackie" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:31 min | 2 months ago

"mackie" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Anthony mackie is to star john doe in the live action twisted metal. This is justin kroll at deadline. After recently being named the next captain marica anthony. Mackie looks to a found his next juicy role to sink his teeth into sources tell deadline that mackey is set to star in and executive produce sony pictures pictures television and playstation productions twisted metal a live action adaptation of the popular video game. Maquis will play the lead role of john doe in the half hour live action tv series. Insiders say that sony tv in playstation productions are extremely high on the package and plan is in the works to take it to buyers soon. We're thrilled to have anthony. Mackie on board his ability to blend a comedy action drama is perfect for the twisted twisted world. We're creating said assad kill bash head of playstation studios twisted metal high-octane action comedy based on an original take by deadpool scribes. Rhett reese in paul. Were nick about a motormouth. Outsider offered a chance at a better life but only if he can successfully deliver a mysterious package across a post-apocalyptic wasteland with the help of a trigger happy car thief face. Savage marauders driving vehicles of destruction and other dangers of the open road including a deranged clown. Who drives an all-too-familiar ice cream truck doe is a smart ass milkman. Who talks as fast as drives with no memory of his past. He gets a once in a lifetime opportunity to make his wish of finding community. Come come true. But only if he can survive in onslaught of savage vehicular combat

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Anthony Mackie to Star in ‘Twisted Metal’ Live-Action Series

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:31 min | 2 months ago

Anthony Mackie to Star in ‘Twisted Metal’ Live-Action Series

"Anthony mackie is to star john doe in the live action twisted metal. This is justin kroll at deadline. After recently being named the next captain marica anthony. Mackie looks to a found his next juicy role to sink his teeth into sources tell deadline that mackey is set to star in and executive produce sony pictures pictures television and playstation productions twisted metal a live action adaptation of the popular video game. Maquis will play the lead role of john doe in the half hour live action tv series. Insiders say that sony tv in playstation productions are extremely high on the package and plan is in the works to take it to buyers soon. We're thrilled to have anthony. Mackie on board his ability to blend a comedy action drama is perfect for the twisted twisted world. We're creating said assad kill bash head of playstation studios twisted metal high-octane action comedy based on an original take by deadpool scribes. Rhett reese in paul. Were nick about a motormouth. Outsider offered a chance at a better life but only if he can successfully deliver a mysterious package across a post-apocalyptic wasteland with the help of a trigger happy car thief face. Savage marauders driving vehicles of destruction and other dangers of the open road including a deranged clown. Who drives an all-too-familiar ice cream truck doe is a smart ass milkman. Who talks as fast as drives with no memory of his past. He gets a once in a lifetime opportunity to make his wish of finding community. Come come true. But only if he can survive in onslaught of savage vehicular combat

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"mackie" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show

The Fantasmagorium Show

05:18 min | 3 months ago

"mackie" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show

"Shop all righty with that kind of stuff out of the way. let's get to the new showy. Yes let's so this just dropped anthony. Mackie closes deal to star in disney. Marvel's captain america for film This is a deadline exclusive. Anthony mackie has closed a deal to carry the shield for the first superhero picture. In captain america. Four sources say kevin. He's marble cities keeps its details. Well under wraps until it's clear whether the movie will involve sebastian stan who starred with mackey in the well received marble studio disney plus limited series. The falcons in the winter soldier the unofficial title indicates. This is mackie's he's vehicle and it's an exceptional career moment for the juilliard educated actor. Who's been a bright spot. In every film he's appeared in That includes the best picture winner. Hurt locker eight mile and the banker to To his turns and falcon. And the wingmen of captain america who was hand picked by the superhero to succeed him the series Involved his conflict taking on the superhero persona mackey played falcon in five marvel films beginning with captain america the winter soldier. So yeah. that's that's good news. I think everybody's figured this was coming but I think some people are like wait. A minute the ink. He didn't sign you. I mean this isn't a done deal. wins that going happen so it did happen. Obviously it happened at some point. They're just releasing the news today. your act. Well i think it's great i I know that there are some people who don't necessarily see the promotion to captain. America for samuelson is being positive. I do. I thought it was a natural progression of the character I liked like anthony. Mackie's such a charismatic actor and him being captain america he is a squeaky clean example of goodness in the marvel universe and I think he's the perfect person to To carry the shield. And i'm looking forward to the my only concern is that they don't rehash his hesitance to carrying that shield in the movie. I don't want another sort of star trek into darkness after in you..

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AMAC's Andrew Mangione: The $3.5 Trillion Budget Resolution Is Too Big

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:28 min | 3 months ago

AMAC's Andrew Mangione: The $3.5 Trillion Budget Resolution Is Too Big

"Every week. At this time we visited and demands. We owned comme. Mackie's mac vice president for government relations. It's an organization that we believe in strongly. I'm an honorary lifetime member. Everyone over fifty ought to join amac for sixteen dollars. A year Andy please please tell me what amac is trying to do a block. This is there any chance of congress not voting for this three point five trillion dollar budget resolution. I'm kind of lost at sea over this when my friend okay. Let's take a look at it. Mike first of all amac is maintaining that this budget resolution is too big and completely unnecessary at three point five trillion dollars even though the senate amended and passed it with great policy wins like no federal funding for critical race theory training in k. Through twelve schools. And the return of a hyde amendment. Now what happens next is that the house has to pass an identical budget resolution. Are they blow it up. Make changes and send it back to the senate. What's going on right now. Mike is at democrat moderates and progressives have no agreement and how to spend the budget money and what republicans are trying to do is driving intra-party wedge between them to get them the scale back on all of the spending and progressive. Democrats are so concerned. Mike that their caucus released a statement that virtually holds. The bipartisan infrastructure. Bill hostage until they resolve the budget bill because they know that moderates in their own party won't vote for it as it is

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"mackie" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

08:15 min | 4 months ago

"mackie" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Think there's a real junior now of women liking anti-heroin you think about like killing eve or Promising young woman and so. I don't think i'm the fuss. It's not an original thing to do. But i think there's a real thing or when you see women behaving maybe in ways that very unlikable also against convention. I think it's natural for other women's kind of root for them. I'm a understand your interest in tree. Crime goes way back to childhood and your dopson while allowing you to watch things that some parents might not allow you to watch. Yeah he had a real interest and true crime so specifically golden age georgia awards fat vessel victorian true crime mud poisoning and so he used to read me lots of true crime. When i was two beds and we'd solve you know he'd go over the kind of very crippen mergers and by the boss. And i would just be completely or straw. I don't know how i slept. And i'm sure that has something to gladdens artsy as an adult but but it was great. Fun and it really. It really started me on a on a journey fascination with truecar nonfiction on the role women play say long women have been the victim. The person who is murdered. I'm guessing that's a frustration for you. Judging by the way this book is written. Yeah definitely i think as i as i got older into the ninety remember so reading the papers every day before grade school and they were always about murdered women in most kind of vicious detail on i mean growing older and reading a little corn fiction by men and again the same thing the women would be victim often silent often damaged you know and and i got turned off those kind of books and unnecessary truecar. For that reason. I wanted to write something where the woman was in charge. And and and as a woman. You wouldn't exhausted roussel traumatized reading it. Let's talk about the book because grace is she's essentially seeking revenge. Isn't she the treatment of a mother. It's the story of the incredibly wealthy man who who gets woman pregnant. And then basically wants nothing to do with her but grace's kind of angry towards them but she kinda quite likes the money in the finer things in life. There's almost a bit of a conflict therefore zindler year. It's really funny. Because she so disdainful of the kind of superwealthy and the kind of privilege that comes with that at the same time she cleaning. Want some of that. If i had south and she can't ever quite decide whether she's looking for just pure vengeance of whether she wants the life that was denied to her. And i think she doesn't. She's not aware that. I think she thinks it's all disgusting and terrible bachelor. She gives clues that you know if it was if it was down to house. Also be living like that. I think inched you portrayal of an influence up. Because he he's quite sad. It's it's a bit grim but yet we look at you. You need a lovely life on instagram. Very jealous i mean my his just my dog and writing. And that's by. And yeah. I mean i think it's really fascinating because accidentally i ended up with lots of fun on instagram and and i think it can take you to some dot places. I think you could kind of flog flog your entire online presence if you wanted to and and then you have to never lie which is just feel followers and so i did find it really fascinating to tap into that kind of darker side of that. I'm a mean you have use by briefly you mentioned about your anxiety you've always been quite open about the things that you find. Tricky in life and and clearly. That's something that you feel important. And i guess feeds into the book to some extent. Yeah i mean. We the i so i wrote her. That my main characters this very strong you know slightly psychopathic women. But actually she. She can help in traceability said she wants anxiety she kinda feels everyone's in panicky and she closed net quiet law. Which is what. I do when i feel like i can't breathe and and san jose. She's anxious about lots of other things. She thinks about clause. And you know the patriarchy and orange things so i. I couldn't help obviously but i think probably mental health is such massive of my day to day existence. I couldn't help but bring it in even though you know it's supposed to be a fun. Bitterness by in it's not supposed to teach you always supposed to be law. But yeah i can help but bring it in because i think especially in the modern world everyone. Everyone is beset by that all the time. There were some very imaginative murders. Within the i mean. How difficult was it. Did you surprise yourself how good you wear it. Murdering people within the book. You know what i was getting at coming up with ways of measuring them by was terrible to actually getting around to because my mom take a grandparent dead yet and i i in a night. They weren't die mama no do and they just. It was weird trying to kill them as really hot. So you know. I'd get fifteen pages. It's dialogue and they still wouldn't be dead not thinking. Oh god they don't want to die and actually. There is a character who saves themselves. Because as i was wearing should not make them die so the end by just okay you get to know But it was so much fun. Because i didn't wanna to gory night as you said because i think so much of crime fiction true corners is poker sliema kind of the way. A woman gets murdered in the debate about it. And i didn't want to write a book. Wanted it to be so ten percent removed from reality and something that you'd read without kind of feeding stick till summit so that funny either pensive the slightly ridiculous an and it was a lot of fun coming up with things like a smart house. Which kills you. You know that that that is something that in the future one day will happen and i wrote it for and i guess there's probably a real difference in writing a she is a monster so a female monster versus a male monster. Yes i think it's really interesting female most of because we're so yeasrs likable heroines. And really when men are monsters in books you know. We never have any qualms about saying that we were reaching tool and so it really turned on its head and lots of fun. We're kind of figuring out. How make a terrible but walking not fine line all you don't want read it to lose interest or feel like this is too terrible mita back anymore because i do feel like that as a reader myself you know. I think you have to have some kind of sympathy and with e for carrots and And so but yeah i did. Thank you ryan. Male anti-heroes has been has been a thing forever. You know james bond is a terrible human being. Why would you want to be friends with him. But you root for him. The whole way through the book and no one ever said go. You know this guy. graham saturday so yeah. It was really fun and so interesting. Things need to do an interesting look at female rage as well. Yeah i think being able to explore female raged without you know without having to pull myself back old. Feel like it was kind of unladylike or you know it was going to be difficult for anyone so for me writing. Her was kind of like writing myself. If i had no constraints. And i haven't been brought with kindness and love around the and i was allowed to just angry and say well the thing i would say and again. I think that's why women you read. Crime fiction often rate and route. Four female protagonist. Because they they do feel about regional anger today. Kanchela went in a way that the characters now fictional disney bella. Thank you for coming on a really enjoyed reading your book. And it's great to me and to speak commits the dreams of your own women's on please be fulfilled your dream this morning. Bella thank you so much cheaper by that speller mckie who has written her first novel how to kill your family now long cave. Caveat is an issue that we've talked about a number of times hair on woman's hour out of the estimated two million people that have been affected in the uk. The majority women long cave is an umbrella term for a whole range of symptoms from fatigue and brain fog to respect tree heart and got problems but one aspect. We've heard much less about as the way long cave. It'll post caved syndrome is affecting people who've been admitted to hospital. With severe caveat infection it turns out wanting to three will be readmitted within six months and one in eight will die. So being sent hi- malta. Having the virus release at the end of the story will three women leading clinical trial named. He'll cave which aims to cut. The number of patients being readmitted to hospital with complications as a result of having caved nineteen mickey's been stopped charlotte summit. She's one of them. She's an intensive care specialist. Adam brooks hospital and she's on the line now how charlotte so we've heard a lot about patients being in hospital with keva but taught us about what you're seeing happening.

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"mackie" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

04:33 min | 4 months ago

"mackie" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"That we felt were important to chronicle. And how much do you think digital activism has enabled these women to to to share their stories and gained strength from one. Another digital organizing has been a game changer. What it's done is it's democratized and opened up the movement and we would argue in an overdue way right in the past. it was only elite. Women western women white women that were seen as these heroes. Feminism and we say awakening is not about the awakening of women in places like nigeria to the heroic arrival of western feminism. It's not that at all. It's it's shining bright laid on the voices of local activists and really championing. They're calling for and you'll being able to organize on what's at naming Alleging attackers on facebook. Seeing lo and behold. There's another person another young woman that may have been attacked or harassed by that government official or that boss has been a game. Changer and women are getting access to space. They've been pushed out of for too long. Maybe the state media outlet wouldn't take them seriously but now that may be something that they're posting goes viral. They're able to find other women join together and then join that online organizing offline presence as well to really push for change of for career before. I let you go one question i do want to ask. You is whether you faced a backlash at for speaking out. definitely I guess That tax did come in waves and they directed at you know several individuals. We had one One of The activists meriem away. Su that was arrested By the by the saws which is notorious For abusing You know young. Men in southern nigeria. So yeah she was. She was arrested. we were accused of a feathering. The you know the politics of the opposition By how you know how we were calling out you know some of the some of the abuses that had been alleged and We were accused of You know furthering a western agenda trying to infiltrate our society and promote the lgbtq Writes in our society. So you know a lot of these things A lot of the backlash really did have an effect in how The the movement actually progressed. Because as you know in an ultra conservative society religious one at that One of the the most damning things you you can be accused of. Is you know promoting a western agenda and An lgbtq agenda so having done that We found ourselves to be you know. Receivers of constant abuse An attack and even during one event in sokoto which is like ultra ultra conservative We had you know protesters during the sixteen days of activism Actually beating up and arrested by the by the police because the silicon of sokoto who is the leader of the muslim sect here In in northern nigeria and nigeria. As a whole still everyday rzeszow. So so it's still really dangerous for you and and for the women to speaking out. Listen i thank you so much for sharing your story with us and do stay safe Ungrateful chief for sharing that megan stein. Thank you for talking to us. Co author of that book awakening metoo and the global fight for women's rights. Now how to kill your family is the dark comic. First novel by journalist and writer bella mackey grace has calmly murdered six members of her family. And he's having a prison sentence for murder that she didn't actually commit now. She's determined to avenge your mother who was rejected and humiliated by her rich father and died in penury grace dreams up complex clever ways to pick off each member of her family. Pleased to say that. That bella is with us now. Good morning morning. Thanks i remain. It's a pleasure and it's quite funny reading this book. You shouldn't really like grace. Should she says she's essentially a monster kind of with all the way which.

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"mackie" Discussed on The Coffee Man Podcast

The Coffee Man Podcast

03:38 min | 7 months ago

"mackie" Discussed on The Coffee Man Podcast

"Away my mind. I wasn't as what mom hedge so for her was more highly for sure. But there was that our So have to overcome that first and then force. But then what solemn of dan mckown. How come that area then or omaha sock my why is it. My tongue lachlan division. Neil this is my palace haysom. That's important with mark korea so always surface glad. I might lose to work and coffee than more much. Lose the so much of what i love. 'cause at south of coffee i'll i'll do a about food of one. I tested about fighter. Show i'm not lose. This might work and coffee but a hobby ogden enjoy knowledge will And so it was and that was another unknown once once we have the surgery that was challenging physically and then off of that villa still fill alarm town on nine of my title comeback. And phil i have to be aware myself bill and leslie. Plummer hall was realize head. I might lose. Mark leah a martin sue pasta but still be here with my family and fans that is at the end of day more important so there was a central time evacuated spiritus. Been if our contacted. That's what we will be. And i'll find something else to Zone dot com evolve valid. Support me to enjoy much and hold onto that for this. So yeah. I'd love to obviously when we all had the news was it was shocking full of us and i remember you know after us head of surgery and he lost fifteen kilos and mislead after sergio could not could not move and and it. Would you know going to hospital. And seeing him like was very very difficult but somehow he always had this sense of humor. Gus gus being always being himself like he had the drip going to his to his buddy to get a food by then over the. That was a bag of coffee lacrosse. Br candy and like he would just you know see us looking at it and smiling like you get that ngo this was. This was funny. But the way gus could communicate at a time. He would give him a pen and notepad and he would write something what he wants what he needs and and for gust ride down for example toilet if he wants to go to quality to take three four minutes and a lot of effort for him. Just ride on toilet That's he could express what he needs. But what i found fascinating he would not just right toilet he will take another two three minutes to say place to right. Thank and then obviously. And that's being being cnn. Being humble lucky definitely put all of us every time and he writes something and then he writes..

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"mackie" Discussed on The Coffee Man Podcast

The Coffee Man Podcast

03:43 min | 7 months ago

"mackie" Discussed on The Coffee Man Podcast

"Coffee director all with him so at that time when have been there. This is at the moment battle welfare. Amd chaminda should was met milk. Set atanas pot that love coffee closure And she wanted me to teach her more about what. I'm into decided to compare herself and asked me to coach with high pitch. That's awesome felt quite jesse. Wanted me to help her And going into that. Push of pushing her to the visual. National competition was isis down so the warden and so if i feel myself it was found with potty but actually so much about that spiritual were him with people and helping ta her album font her passion font herself on commission shaves and off of that moment our. I've climbed above the bill life. How much. I enjoy with my mom who loves hockey. Been able to help that person glow now that was enjoy the moment and and so you fell in love with Also get a competing again. I think you've got to number three in australia at the brisa champs number two for a lotta yacht You managing people you managing a of people at that time. Y- how will you your as as as that seem volving. How are you finding the time to really want to evolve in and make sure that coffee was greater and all the time always phase. Quite dominance of time off. What sounded mateao that was shepherd to what should but when i did that out. That's all i cared about was work coffee. I didn't have an aunt of work life balance and faithfully about what all shocked to realize how important matters but then concert and publicity and then the stage now where i am responsible or with a lot of people The only way that's been successful lot now. Reside definitely not doing that. On my hood seventy two people medi uncommissioned me over not little poop. They of that is actually develop and then had an mashatin. I could not do the stuff of legend in houghton on my about the ideas. And the of what you're doing now in is definitely not more average so it's about question that environment where it's not one person that's made it ten or twenty zero. Everyone wanted to that today in and quantum bitten and that building that tim work is probably the only way out ballots. Be up to one person To to do all obviously two thousand seventeen new finished number three in australia. Two thousand nineteen. Uva preparing yourself to be you know to go to the next step. Your dream has been to embrace.

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"mackie" Discussed on The Coffee Man Podcast

The Coffee Man Podcast

04:03 min | 7 months ago

"mackie" Discussed on The Coffee Man Podcast

"They'd probably not quite ready in my lynton made it put them in a way. But then i met bill. Jose happened in. The quarter ended up beijing. Them that definitely lips show to my head and happen. Quite fast i was planned up from. Competition are awesome on fifth in in the national competition. Better than anyone else in clamber My bosses and became quite toxic. I remember one day at work. Tell customers are meadow. Come down here or my eyes off. common comment on those days. Have in my world. Who discovered is fe common mos as and have a coffee. It was all about all about me not about the about either. Is it made. It helped me Yeah just focused on myself. This is bad and then we had a chat and then they sasha sickness and Also have a beer and nakashima chat. Virk said it was and help me to. Bill is what i was actually doing and the shift that i've made and they helped clemence show you how just if that's what we want to do. This is not the place to and that is of course. That's horrible and the i don't want to be on the person and yeah. It probably had that one tattoo. I do wonder what may have happened was a very i. I was of course when you have these chats. You don't know how it's going to go up people click. They don't click But i did feel sort of humbled after the chatham. Gus gus was a little bit emotional and nina finn. Tears of sell my god. Have i've really done that. That major you know an end of the day erin thankfully tomorrow he has a job. Dan luckily and thankfully to both of us manage to to go to the competition. So i think that's when gas length vicky zone obviously mistakes. That's the best you know. Just respect and humble and being humble and of course keep you know being the great achieve but make sure that this respect for people around you I'm going to go forward now by gus. Today's a great leader. He's got so many people working via team him like we have in retail group about eighty or ninety stuff and being the wreck of the coffee Not only that his job is to chase. Best possible coffees but Lead the teams and on the gossip. You have today so many great baristas and barista champions that you know. He has coached the influence But i'm sure that you know. Then you coach someone when you have this younger future generations possibly being in similar scenario your way. I'm sure you think of your moment and you try to give them the bus guidance on that you possibly can sometimes talk with all matt mistakes. Obviously in sometime this you want to learn from the mistakes from relationships obviously clues for positive glowing yourself and sometimes i did notice patterns in apple. And if i've worked for that. Mr patten immediate. Help that person to have that same distillation outcome It's not it's not about what you do..

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"mackie" Discussed on The Coffee Man Podcast

The Coffee Man Podcast

03:29 min | 7 months ago

"mackie" Discussed on The Coffee Man Podcast

"Just months later. What was that stage for toll hatcher and the the necessarily com step was to operate very soon some the move over half in my tongue and following on from matt wizar- kloten questions by the nation. And then that was hot button on a cost of my why it my tongue. Neil this is my just how important to me with. Mark always should display. The on march moves working party anymore much blues of so much love. 'cause outside of coffee i'll i'll do about food wall.

"mackie" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:29 min | 10 months ago

"mackie" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"High 61 to 65. Mackie brothers Drew Shannon News 93.1 KFBK, and we've got 66 in Sacramento, 64 Carmichael and 64 in Roseville. It's 5 41 now and kfbk, and we're taking a look at your poll question this afternoon. This is about the White House, defending a proposal to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour as part of the Cove in 19 relief plan that's included in that plan. Speaking to reporters, press Secretary Jen Psaki said if passed, the wage hike would affect 27 million Americans. However, recent Congressional budget Office they're nonpartisan office. Their report shows that while 900,000 Americans would come out of poverty as a result of the increase minimum wage 1.4 million would likely lose their jobs. So we are asking you to chime in on the pound to 50 line and give your response And here we go. Do not think that takes somebody $15 that our is going to pick the problem. The problem is not the minimum wage. The problem is that the society page people what the job is worth If the job is flipping a burger and $13 an hour is going away. Then that's what it work. If you're an electrician's in the going wage is $25 an hour for $55 an hour then that's what the job is. Work. We cannot pay people more than the job is valued at small businesses will suffer. You will put so many people out of work. It's just not worth it. I think there should be more looking into the mighty minimum wage that shows the minimum wage for adequate living in different areas of the country. We've consulted it when we hired people and I think rather than do a blanket $15 minimum wage. We should look at it for the area in which the person living in a C M I t minimum wage calculator. Thank you. Yes, I'm calling regarding the question of the day or the pole. Does anybody think of when a worker in a factory get a Tencent race? Everybody in that factory gets attention raise that must be added onto the cost of the parts. This produced when the retailer gets of product in order to sell it to the public. Everybody who has been involved in this was received a tense at race is going to have to have that added onto it. How many people picks up front if if for breaches the retailer every one of them. Has gotten a tense it race and what has the person they got The tenses Ray's gonna do or they're going to have enough money to afford that. So some of the calls have come in on our pound to 50 line, and you are welcome to do that, too. It's just hit Pound to 50 on your smartphone, you say open mic that opens the recorder. And there we go. So we'll come back to that. About half an hour just ahead on the afternoon news, top trending stories and go in depth. The more on today's impeachment trial. An interesting perspective from KPK legal analyst Bill Portanova on news 93.1 Cave became live everywhere on the I. Heart radio at my traveling reports, Traffic on the tens, every 10 Minute KFBK Morning News, Kristina Matanza and Sam Shane. That's important to know traffic condition. They keep me connected. Stay connected. It's Sacramento's and news 93.1 thing out. Okay? So when you need some 2020 taught us that.

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"mackie" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:39 min | 10 months ago

"mackie" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

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"mackie" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

08:12 min | 10 months ago

"mackie" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Just little wonderful critter on the front of ed group. So i won't tell you any more about him. And i'm out of my book three but mammoth love actually has some turn. It has managed senate like the they Mass staining bad. And how they've been in there but okay there. We got a bigger picture witness still there so we can kind of get a better idea of this. Now here's a question that people probably get Tired of me asking again. But i would not ask it if i didn't think it added value to Especially aspiring authors. But i think every author can value can gain value from The conversation about this stuff now. The cliche that we're told is that You can't to book by its cover but unfortunately or fortunately in some cases We all do constantly. We judge books by their cover So i your covers are compelling And i would say that the other one that we look at gold fever. I wasn't sure if that was actually a celebrity on. Let me pull that one up again. It looks like jennifer love. You would on its. I want to ask about your covers in. I want to pull it up before we go there And how involved a you in cover design you say because you you own your cell you self published or or you go with a major publishing company that does this for you know. I need one. Hit south is mesh. Okay so the covid. How how involved are you in this covers in the cover design in the outcome and all that i have. I have a really great He does make covers and so sometimes involved and then She's pretty good at thing. Well you know maybe back a little bit. And she's right because if it was up to me they get a little bit busy and then you can have everything on a cover. But you know i'm kinda like but what about what about that. He's right can make or break a book. Though am i wrong is that is that love you. It because on the website you look even more like a Do you know even know if that is in that image. I wanna pull it up so people can see because Make it logically. If i can somehow because i it does look a lot like me but i don't know i don't know Here we go to our vets that that that to cover. That's not the whole cover that images used on the cover In in a way. But that's one that will definitely make people stop if you were in a bookstore. You're gonna stop and pick that up and just find out about it a little bit more but shit definitely looks like a couple celebrities. That definitely looks like jennifer. Love you in my eyes in. This could be any of the guys from nine to one but we and it does look like her a little bit anyway. I think i think that's an important thing Part of the book successes is covering. I was just wondering how much Energy and time and Focus you put in on that because you know you would think the content of the book is is everything unfortunately if if you had a terrible cover. Nobody's going to be interested in it no matter how good the content is inside so i'm just wondering how much Energy and time you put into that the deal is at a would you say it's like twenty five percent of your focus after the book is done to say. It's probably a little bit less than that. I get caught up in in that. Of course they want no well. Who do you want to cover what you wanna cover and then you go down the rabbit goal. Start looking at photos and they owe their whose arrival. Lemon you know an hour bovine and make this not good. I should be. But yeah. I do spend quite a bit of time looking and and then eventually seeing whether or not asking a work car gotcha so as it does the same go for the tight titling of the book because i know authors some authors struggled mightily with the title and some of them have actually changed titles after book was published. Republished it under a different title. Do you put that kind of energy and Focus into titling books. I actually have. I changed my cover. Titles a few titles times until my book because some of them i had the publisher And then when you get your right back from the publishers you hop a change in the so. I've done that. You find some some of my books. Yeah plano change but it. It is painstaking. I guess they can start off with a good spot. And i go. Oh i know what the book called. And then all of a sudden i get halfway to go. Oh no isn't going to do. It changed his final right Okay i think we can move onto the part that people really want to hear about now on on your front on the front page of your website. It says adventure suspense and in capital letters. All caps naughty characters and i think that's what the rule Cell i. i also noticed that in my description on my intro view the word radical comes up now and there is a page on your website that leads to a couple of books that i had to actually certify that i'm over eighteen to look at so Vis vis is the stuff people care about Tell tell me a little bit about your Your naughty side about that. Wow i do. The last one that i wrote was actually a short story called the russell of fe. And it is it is a it's a fantasy erotic story And i i don't know i don't want her story away. Don't don't don't give the story away. Here i will i will. I will help you make make this make people more interested in this. I think I've had one other author on. Who wrote a book. About brothels. And i i said to him at the time will they say right you know and right from your life experience and all that stuff and so i kinda put him on a on a spot like what he know about brothers. He said i've never been in. I don't know. But he lives in las vegas and Hear people talk about them. And it's part of the culture there For you to understand these characters and the subject matter You must have some experience or some knowledge of it. How tell me about the research for the nuttiness an audience. Well you know she needs a big player in a lot of that stuff for sure. There's so much on. Tv but So you know. I started reading romance when i was in middle high. You know i would be great. Probably seven when they stumbled on my first harlequin romance. And i'm really going to date myself. But i was in love when i read my first harlequin romance and wow. I didn't know this the paranormal romance. And then i discovered. Oh even we're not here checkers air than that. It was a passion for.

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How Do Britain's European Partners view Brexit?

Monocle 24: The Briefing

08:11 min | 11 months ago

How Do Britain's European Partners view Brexit?

"It has been a long winding and deeply tedious road. And it's not over yet. The person who believes we have heard the last of brexit is possessed of a degree of optimism. Which should be studied by scientists specifically psychiatrists but after four and a half years one referendum three prime ministers to general elections they quantity of delays and extensions which we lost track and uncountable harsh and or petty words. A post brexit' trade deal signed into british law taking effect at twenty three hundred. Gmt tonight as the brexit transition period ends. This law was a result of an extremely brisk fourteen. Our parliamentary process. So how do our european partners. If that's what they still are now see. Things will joining me from. Brussels is also lee. Mackie yama director of the european center for international political economy Obviously also the eu is a vast and diverse place. But is there a way of characterizing. The us response to brexit finally having happened. Well we in brussel tend to be quite central dettori about her achievement but we are obviously highly ambivalent about this one Obviously as a good or bad devos We have lost one tenth of our budget. One sixth of our gdp and perhaps the only european country that was that had strategic pap- capable to that goes outside of europe so obviously we are both weakened but in the end there is a sense of relief that we can finally move on and actually the o- with other more than two issues than actually on domestic divorce. If we look at the deal itself does the e you at least think you know unsatisfactory though the big picture is does the you at least got the best of this deal. Well here's the thing When it comes to trade negotiation no one everything they want. They may ask right them my scream. They don't but in the end there's a deep sense of realism. That a bow side needs to get what they want and in this sense. I think it's fair to say that europe got most of its priorities and understanding of some of the more grandstanding issues. For example like level playing field was perhaps unrealistic to begin with. There's not a single trade agreement in the world that commits a one side of the agreement to the rules of the other aside. So now i think in the end i both. Uk in the you got pretty much what they want. But most the bull for the u. continued duty-free and quota-free access to the uk market and the uk consumers was a much bigger priority that we wanted to actually portrayed in the media. I mean it was never going to be the case that the eu was going to allow the uk to have as good deal as it had while it was actually a member of the organization but over and above that has been well. Has there been any desire on the part to to punish the uk somewhat as it leaves. Indeed it was a It wasn't important. It wasn't important objective. I think for especially france and germany in order to keep the house together. Keep the family together to make sure that any way of leaving would be Well frankly speaking quite expensive and the has been one of the but also on the other side. It was actually caused that at least hardcore brexit. Here's what ready to take and then actually made. A negotiation is much more difficult for brussels because in many respects it was a little bit like playing strip here with an exhibition or who actually wanted to get was actually ready to take all the costs so in in that sense many of the leverage that the eu was trying to use against the uk simply didn't work but what does the u now anticipate. I guess what should british people now anticipate that the uk is going to learn the hard way over coming weeks and months because for all the new regimen that comes into effect a little less than eleven hours from now. This isn't going to be the end of the brexit process is now Many of the most Sentenced sticking points are still outstanding The the final deal on fisheries is still to be worked out and of course as they were often saying. The negotiation devil is in the details and How some of the mechanism that is anticipated industry. The agreement is not years really style. So there's plenty of room pool while disagreements but also in addition and there's no guarantee so far about regulatory conformity for example financial services on pregnancy that offensive interests for the u. k. and These are actually out on of any trade agreement which basically means that the e you would at some point decide is uk low still compliant with eu standards and so they will be a lot of horse trading over sectorial issues like banking and retail. Another service. it's areas going forward and not to mention of course products standard of various kinds of everything from cucumbers stroke trump. That needs to be negotiated. But what's your sense of. How the plans to deal with the uk in coming years because if you think you know years even decades down the track do you think the records. The uk now is a permanently lost cause or is there hope or anticipation that one day. It'll be back. Well the The castle optimism All let's a wistfulness that has been expressed by you leaders. I think genuine many of you leaders have either studied in london of work in london Or have a genuine won't feelings about the uk it's not just because over. Its consumer demand strategic capable that we won't uk in europe. It is because he belongs in europe and actually i would say that To the extent that braxton has caused an identity crisis in the uk Your can also see a similar counter reaction to that in brussels If a feminine members only said. I don't want to be part of this family. It causes you to reflect on who you all and so i think it's perhaps not for this current generation of leaders to figure out how you came might come back but it is probably somewhere in the stores for a much wiser hysterically to figure out how you end. The uk will basically 'cause pop again but one thing is sesame. I think that e you has not really ready a. Someone who did not really want to be a member who didn't want to become a annex or a Affiliated member like no way or switzerland or liechtenstein but wanted have a completely different relationship like almost like a satellite that circles around the of without necessarily and this is a that we have to invent and e you policy has always been dynamic and we make up things as we go along and this is exactly what i think is happening now. All circling at the european center for international political

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"mackie" Discussed on The Art of Music Tech Podcast

The Art of Music Tech Podcast

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"mackie" Discussed on The Art of Music Tech Podcast

"Your job is an audio engineer for me. I think it's worth the extra hundred dollars to get that extra that extra bit allow us but also with the four drivers. You've just got more information on on the mid range with the four drivers to me that that was what really put it over as not the loudness. Because you'll never turn it up all the way because they go so injuring eighteen having. Yeah yeah i mean. Threshold of pain is injuring twenty. So you know exactly exactly so But you can hear everything is was going on with your. Make saying the clarity for me. The four sixty detail is definitely sixty. Yeah yeah they're really did it for me To to come out of pocket that extra extra hundred books was all it was worth it I didn't particularly care for. I think we both talked about. This was the swivel. Three six years was the swivel on the actual earbud tips. 'cause then sometimes you forget where which way it should be. Yeah and i'm used to more of an fixed nam swivel. But then i was reading that they you know they just wanted to give one it to give you more flexibility Which okay. I get what you were trying to what you were going for But for me it wasn't needed I also like they have the flexible on like right behind the ear. You can you can kinda mold it to how it sits behind your ear and actually both kinda have right. Yeah well actually the braid. It doesn't have it as mobile. Softer a softer. But actually it does have it. But it's not as Yeah it's softer than the The gray Braided Cables that attached to the ear buds Overall i found them very enjoyable the for the mackey brand and they've been around forever and who doesn't own something mackey. I don't care. Yeah i mean i keep a macchi mixing board in my in my truck. I was actually surprised to see the making in years. Eight years monitors. Im's yeah ghia. I mean i knew that. They had a basic ear buds for awhile. But i hadn't really you know dove into They are pro in ear. Monitor stuff and Most of the consumer. Yeah yeah a lot of it is like kind of new to audio in. You know it's your foot in the door. I mean for any any audio engineer. You're you're gonna be on mackie's whether that's an unfortunate channel or live. I've i you know i've seen mackie's all over so This is really cool to see them. to to get to you know. Try out their version of their of. Im's of professional. Im's and i think they did. They did a good job Definitely for sixty three sixty is a is a good start. I think if you own a budget but i mean hundred dollars is not a huge difference for the clarity and detail you get out of four six And also we. I think we own a pair of fifteen hundred dollar Im's their custom made to to our ear and They they say well this on great. I think they're like nine drivers. And i think this is a four. Six is good in. Yeah between ten dollars. Fifteen hundred dollar Tell us the mate and they. You're you're new to the road and don't have the money to spend on customs yet. This is a great start..

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Bobby Mackey's Music World

Haunted Places

05:08 min | 1 year ago

Bobby Mackey's Music World

"Wilder Kentucky is a town of about three thousand people along the state's northern border. It's small very small, less than four square miles much of it is wooded. One might not expect at town of this size to have a nightclub, but it does. In, one thousand nine, hundred, seventy, eight, former farm and railroad worker named. Bobby mackey open to Honky Tonk bar off Kentucky route nine, the building it shows had a long history before mackey took ownership of it. Local legends says that in the past it was both a speakeasy and to slaughterhouse on top of being a hotbed for. Satanism. Today, it's rumored to play host to kind of spirits from full body apparitions, demonic portal's. Bobby. Mackie's checkered past and spectral present have the title of the. Most haunted nightclub in America. Sharon didn't like working on the desolate strip of road that led to Bobby. Mackie's she wanted to be closer to Cincinnati where there were always people around things got too quiet here. The silence left too much space for her own thoughts after the last song played on the Jukebox in the patrons had finally left. She mopped the floors wipe down countertops. The windows would shake slightly but she'd been told not to pay attention to that the regular joke that it was some vengeful spirit. Sharon suspected the cause was far more mundane cheap glass and poor construction Sharon unplug the jukebox took one last look around the place. It had never shined like the Chrysler building, but it looked clean again. She went through a small door in the back which barely clear head and up a small staircase to the tiny apartment above the bar she called home. Living and working in the same place took its toll. She had nights where she dreamt that she was trapped like puzzle winter. Tower. The whole world could change around her and she'd be none the wiser locked up above. In the light of day, those dreams seemed more than a little dramatic at night. However, they almost felt prophetic. This building held whatever pieces of herself she'd sewn together. If she ever dared leave, they would Holland raffle long strands pulling her into the strange dark well in the basement, a relic of one of the bars many other lives. As she claimed the steps. She. Saw someone waiting at the top for her. It was a woman wearing a faded dress. The intruders swayed on the step her hands clasped around her throat. Sharon paused and yelled at this area was off limits. The woman held Sharon's is and mauled two words. L. ME. Suddenly she sprinted down the stairs Sharon brace tourself expecting to be bowled over. But just before they made contact but women disappeared into thin air. Wave of nausea overwhelmed. Sharon. It was hard to describe exactly what had happened. She had built something hut pass through her body. She suddenly realized she'd never heard any footsteps even as the woman was charging at her. She reminded herself that she was tired. It had been a long night of tending to customers. She was probably having a waking nightmare. Sharing continued up the steps. nauseous. started to dissipate the heat was long-on. Sharon entered the cramped quarters she called home. Then sat down her small vintage chair it had come with the place in certainly wasn't her style, but she may do. After a while the familiarity was comforting. She untied her shoes. Let her body relax for the first time in days. Sharon's head felt heavy she didn't want to move. She let her eyes fall shut telling herself that she was just taking a quick power nap. She'd go to bed soon. She woke to the feeling of serrated metal teeth pressing into her neck. Sharon's body jerked involuntarily the blade dug into her skin. She screamed knowing that no, one would hear her. There was only highway and the river beside the nightclub. She was alone. Horizon. Went. As, adjusted Dhaka's. There was a man leering over her. His hand shook with the weight of the saw in his hand. In. The haze of retired mind she wondered how he entered when everything was locked up tight for the night. She told him that there was a safe downstairs, but it was empty. He didn't want money. The manse bat on the floor told her he was there to help her. Take care of things.

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"mackie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"mackie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For a family and poverty make your one time $40 GIFT Tex Hope 283393 Steve Perez, W B Z 24 Hour Traffic Network and Here's Daniel Nettle with the forecast well in the wake of some gusty thunderstorms that have been around the area will be left with a partly cloudy sky tonight. Warm and sticky with those right around 74. Tomorrow it'll be quite warm and humid with some sunshine and a spotty afternoon thunderstorm. Eyes 85 to 90 tic. Raised tomorrow Die. Partly cloudy, low 71 Tuesday intervals of clouds and sunshine hot and humid with an afternoon thunderstorm. Any storm later in the day Tuesday could produce some damaging wind gusts. Inhale Nicely nearing 90 degrees that on Wednesday, I have a good deal of sunshine or be cooler and much less humid. I 76 degrees a Mackie weather meteorologist Daniel Middle W. B Z bosses NewsRadio Tonight's winning lottery numbers in Massachusetts 0162 that 0162 and sports the Bruins and Lightning just wrapping up game one of their best of seven Siri's moments ago in the Bruins, coming out on top, 3 to 2 over the lightning, Brad Martian with thee. I'm winning goal. The Celtics moving on to the second round of the MBA playoffs, They swept the 70 Sixers win in Game four. Today. 1 10 106 Campbell Walker, You could tell he wanted to win a playoff series for the first time in his nine year career. He led the way with 32 points. Seas will face the Raptors in the second round of the playoffs. Game one coming up on Thursday night. It's 71 degrees in Boston at 11 06. W B Z flashback coming up Next on Dan Watkins W. B. Z Boston's news radio..

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"mackie" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"mackie" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Moussa Mackie With you here on this midday Monday, Scott's Oceanic from Sport coat will join us top of the new Now We'll get the latest involving the Mets sale and the reports over the weekend. Bob Nightingale USA Today That the perception is that the J Rod group Jennifer Lopez, Alex Rodriguez, are now the leading contenders will get Scott's thoughts on that. Let's head out to Whippany, New Jersey, It's George. It's the family's going on George George. I love listening to the show. Remember my idea back in everywhere I was driving up the part way from my house in seaside heights appear to tomorrow's town. And we're so happy that the Wilpons we're gonna be leaving and I believe we can keep analyzing hitting. Situational hitting bullpen pitching right until they go, so they leave on I punch Everybody else feel this way. We're going to see the same thing over and over, especially the last five years. I watched these games over the weekend. It's the same thing I've been watching from two years ago, their bed with their players, different players, same same same injuries. So I don't know what you think That cell is gonna go through. Oh, they're selling the team. The team will be sold Georgia, So I think that's a that's a That's a sure thing. Um, you know, I know, Listen, it's It's just It's time, right? It's just time like is it really the Wilpons fault that the situational hitting his bad, But no, You just wish that they were shopping at the top of the free agent market or that they were You know, had smarter people making baseball decisions, all those things right and you feel like it. It all starts from the top. So you're right. They they don't coach the team. But however, the corporate culture seems to like, you know, go down to the No. The players are workers on the field. And you could actually Rory. How come we don't get Joe Girardi? You know, I mean, I mean, you could you could you make some good moves to get some talent? Some guys that could turn everything around, but they just didn't seem I knew they were going to get in with you. I said to myself, this is no way I don't think what with Brody. You know, Brody said. They don't want to be, you know, having toe like clinch their jaw. You know what they walk into his office Collaborative and you know, but listen, I think they did their due diligence on Girardi amid they interview Girardi, and they decide to go in another direction. And listen the outside the box higher with Brody. That was going to be a little bit. That was a dicey decision. It was dicey decision you know, is all the reputation good has solid reputation in the agent world and all of that, and some agents have come in. To the other side, and it's worked out brilliantly, like Bob Myers in Gold, State and others have come over and as a work that well, so that was a massive risk. They took, maybe at the wrong time, because maybe I wanted someone who had that track record of winning when you are hoping your team was ready to win right away, and you know, it's Listen. I don't know Brody's going to survive the regime's George. Thanks a lot for the call. Thank you. Jordan Brody will survive or not, but You just hope you don't do anything rash here, Brodie, Brodie. Second survive. It would have a hard time thinking that Brody bandwagon. It's going to be in the same role that he is with new ownership. I just do. I don't think it's going to be a wait and see approach because if you take a wait and see approach you're gonna basically flush another year. Jacob to Graham down the toilet. Let's head out to a story. It's Lou. It's the family's going on, Luke. Hey, how you guys doing in even the most wayward Yankee fans? I think that I even made you a major league baseball right now. They're looking for somebody like a rat. Think about this move. This this to individual? Okay, well, the computer going on instagram Facebook like millions and millions of flowers, followers. This this game based on right now, and it's an injection or something of that nature. And you know that a red is not going to come here to look like food. He has something to prove still, with a lifetime that he lives lifestyle that he had No way. Is he going to give that up? Unless he has something that he wants to do him? Imagine you should be able. You should be promoting that, because when you get a rat here, it's going to be an injection. That is not going to go for 1,000,000 people like he did when he played for the Yankees. But it's going to be interesting, and I'm not going to ask you people to show up the city field to see a rod sitting there with sunglasses on I tell you what you put this one time a long time. And I'm not going to Teo City feel to see Jennifer Lopez sitting on a on on. You know, I'm not going to go there. I want to go to see the play. But how about this movie? That's the winning team. And J. Lo has gonna have like three free concert during the year. But that's different that that's the way out here. But then you really appreciate it. If you got a better deal away because I was going to be very upset. You want too much I understand. Trust me. I watch the halftime show about eight or 10 times I love Jennifer Lopez around at all very brought all those General Lopez is ah, unbelievable town and she's a very pretty woman. There's no doubt but The very fact of when you look at this team..

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Defending MacOS Against Sophisticated Attacks

Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

07:44 min | 1 year ago

Defending MacOS Against Sophisticated Attacks

"I've come from a kind of unusual background I guess for somebody in Cybersecurity. In. The sense that I started. I. Mean I've been involved with the MAC platform for. Something like fifteen years or more. But I didn't really start getting into it in a kind of technical way until about eleven years ago. And, I just started out on Apple's support forums trouble-shooting. Volunteering. Troubleshooting advice to people. And after Wa, that led me to most problems that are coming up back then were or it started to be when we started to see security issues like adware and things like that. And that sort of an Brown about way, let me to develop my own software to basically deal with all these issues. Instead of answering people's questions all the time. and. So for about five or six years I was. Developing my own software and doing that and. Then, about two years ago, I joined central one, basically, they were looking for somebody who had background in McCoy security shoes to sort of help with with research. And somebody who kind of knew the threat scape and sort of seen it evolve so. That's kind of how I got to today. Janka. Where do we find ourselves today when it comes to Mac Os and and sort of the state of things when it comes to security and what's your estimation of where we are? Generally the Mackie's a safe platform. I don't think. There's a big argument about that, but I think the the issue really is that. There is a malware problem on Mac os which never existed maybe five or six years ago. It's actually even escalated again in the last couple of years I think and I think part of that is to do with the fact that Maxim now. Foul often found in business environments whereas they probably weren't. Going back was five or six years would really. Popular Business Machine. And I think it's also that. Just to use his vague general term threat actors. Realized there is money to be made from accuses. Possibly it comes with the development of the iphone from two, thousand seven. But the fact that people now have them. Max connected to so many other devices there a rich hunting ground for people who want to. Gather, data of adware. We. Also have some more targeted actors as well with the business environment. So. I think the situation today really is that. There is a lot more threats, for Max, and has ever been before, but I think also not a great awareness Soviet. If you compare that to say windows. Yeah. You can ask even the most basic windows us and they probably know what an AV is probably know that they need to have windows defender turned on or something like that. But with MAC users, I don't generally get that sense of awareness. You know this is sort of general feeling that it's a market. It's safe by design. You know I think that's. Something that people really need to have second thing about with the kind of threats that we see these days. It's it's my perception from the folks that I've talked to that the majority of the The malware hitting Mac users seems to be adware people. It's that classic update your copy of Flash and then something gets installed shows. Ads is, is that an accurate perception on my part I? Would say, so I think I wouldn't like to give figures because I don't really have the data to to say that, but you know it. Sort of. Off of the top of my head, I would say, probably seventy eighty, maybe even ninety percent of the stuff I actually see on a day to day basis is going to be adware and it's Kinda cousin, which is the stuff recalled bundle way all the kind of. Potentially. unwanted. Software. That gets installed alongside says, download some software manager and you get like ten. Things back keeper and Lisov utilities that are not really often any any value. That often get installed. Through hidden, very, very difficult to see check boxes and things like that. CRYPTO is also thing. We've had allowed minor bird minors in the last couple years that they've been intimidated detections. We see those on the rise quite a lot. and. Too, much lesser extent. There's bits of the spyware. Data stealing stuff, Anacostia things that get headlines every hour now, and again is the. Things Lazarus or AP GM era. You know very very targeted dings going after specific uses. So yeah, I. Mean I. think that's a fairly accurate way to think about it. In terms of the general user. I, think the most threats they're looking at our. ADWARE unbundle where? The other problem that I'm I see. Developing is when we look at these adware bundle where actors and. Listen to in the media's general slayer which has been. Pretty proactive in the last eighteen months, or so what you see is a lot of interaction between between themselves and a lot of swapping. So you get adware sources installing bundle wear and you get bundle where download is that are serving up where and it's it's kind of difficult. Actually a Lotta time to pull up different players, all these sort of paper install kind of things, some serving adware, some of them are serving genuine malware so. It seems as if there is a lot full of interaction with these guys. In terms of helping each other out to. Serve this. I mean I just called a whole lot malware. Basically, something that the US had doesn't want doesn't know and is not in our interests and as you know as far as I'm concerned it, you might as well call it all where. The number of these things his what's really. Quite. Shocking. When you look at just how much more of this is occurring this more this year than there was last year, you know almost exponentially, and this seems to be more players as

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"mackie" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"mackie" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Mackie this morning that's right I this is from like nineteen eighty six maybe a kind of looks at that is right yeah yeah that's like a shoulder designs here banned outfits I mean it could rot in there if if it could be a school actually you have your mother under that I could I actually had that in this house I have that it's in the Smithsonian that's what I thought you had it in your house I did I tried it on to don't tell Bob hi Judy did you enjoy the that thing yesterday turn it on for a second generally ten seconds and I yelled so loudly Lonnie's like stopwatch yeah it always comes up when I'm doing my height dog walk in the afternoon of liquor I just yelled three times of the TV that he was a liar and then I had to turn it off and that was it yeah that was I couldn't do it I could I was looking at it yeah yeah it's like yeah I would rather watch the guy either he's either he's been struck out we are right now right yeah right Sir would you say I would rather listen to the goat dog cat how weird that yeah not cool at all weird in quarantine we've been posting some of the best ones the woman is pretend to be a DJ with her ironing board inner steam iron lights Arnold talking to his pet donkeys but I love him he's he kills me it was all you could you send this is which only does so with this is what now cats and cows and cats and dogs and and I don't know they're all playing together it's in our.

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Quarantine Chat with the Reel Screeners

Talk Nerdy to Me

05:52 min | 1 year ago

Quarantine Chat with the Reel Screeners

"I have been I literally about fifteen twenty minutes ago watched the last episode of the Second Season of altered carbon which was released about a month ago or so on Netflix But I hadn't seen the first season so I spent a long time watching the first season. The second season finally finished it and man This is such a dense and such a layered Show it's a show that demands your undivided attention. It's a show that is It I liked the first season better than the second season. I have to say Agreem- you've seen you've seen the first season troy right. Yeah I really liked the per season the second season wasn't as compelling for me. I about halfway through it and if I don't finish it I'M NOT GONNA be upset so it was thinking about this. You know It's a lot. It was a lot to think about in just twenty minutes and I came up with you know the the reason I think the first season is stronger is because it has a lot more intrigue and things to discover This is a show that has a lot of twists and turns. And I like it for that reason So it's it's think think I like the first season to like Ridley Scott Particularly like blade runner and alien and then the second season is GonNa like in. The second season is more like a. Wachowski which house key brothers with like the Matrix. Although both seasons have you know characteristics or tones that you know we can compare to the Matrix but basically it's a Scifi show There's also anime. Anime influences in there A lot of ghost in the shell and so the premise of the show. For those of you that have not seen it Basically in the future Every human who was born can download their consciousness into a little chip that they call stack. And so basically you never die because as long as that stack is okay you you can just be put into a different body. Which in the show they call sleeves and it's a show about power struggles in. It's like it's like a detective story as well. And it has some film war elements In the new season in the second season Anthony Mackie who plays Falcon in the avengers? A key plays the main character. Takeshi batch. is his name Good acting all throughout a solid a storyline. The second season just falls kinda short for me a little bit because it just got a little convoluted and it's just really hard to follow at times because there's so much information and that's my my feeling about it but overall if you're a Scifi fan and you like the Matrix and you like you know really Scott Material James Cameron stuff. You should watch altered carbon in my opinion the I think the I think the second season. Kinda has that sophomore slumping. The first season is grabs you. Because it's all new. This is stuff you haven't seen before and then the second season you're already use that stuff that the interest in the first season so the second season asked to really step it up keep that same level of excitement and Like you said I mean the second season great acting cinematography was was good. It just is not a new concept commanding anymore. And I'm just Kinda Ma- about the second season I was that made me. They wrote themselves into a corner or anything. Like maybe over thinking it and trying to be a little too crazy. I think it's just more of the same from the first season and it just it doesn't look raise. The bar from the first season is just as good as the first season but the first season was groundbreaking heard exactly. I think it's just like rehashing. The first and then again I just felt like there was more to look forward to like more surprises. The twist and turns were like more. I Dunno engaging I guess an an and I think that the second season followed the love story a little too much. There's a love story at the center of the second season and dine those love stories hidden away the action fat. It's just that it wasn't the bogus of the first one. As much I guess as as it was the second season and I think that kind of detracted from other fun aspects for me. But that's just the way I felt anyway that in this whole thing with the sleeves It can be the same character played by a different actor. Sometimes that's hard to follow from season to season because you went from you know. I can't remember the actor from the first season to Anthony. Mackie completely different. Look but in your mind you have to make that connection the same guy from the same guy. Yeah so the actor in the first season was played by Joel Kinman But yeah like that's another point. That's a very good point because you have the same personality the same mind but in a different body and that happens a lot so you. It's hard to keep track of okay. No very cerebral. You had to pay attention while you're watching it. In fact had told me yesterday he was like it's one of those shows where you know like the Matrix you have to be stuck to every single word or else you're gonNA something vinyl. Yes yes but you know what overall I liked it I I gotta say that I enjoyed it. I enjoyed it overall. But anyway if you've already watched everything else on that flicks you go ahead and watch that second season the first season definitely you should watch

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"mackie" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:20 min | 2 years ago

"mackie" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Were remarkable CEOs challenge your thinking about life and business welcome back this is Tom Lauria and we're with top management consultant Matalin Mackie whose work with individuals and V. I. P. clients like the Oakland Raiders chevron of artists Twitter blue shield of California and she is often quoted on all things related to careers and career transitions when you what I think about your career what are the changes that you've seen in hiring over the past decade and and also for people in transition in particular things that they should do is this policy change in all fields SO two questions what it what do you see has changed and over the next ten years what do you think's going to happen yeah so one of the things that has changed is obviously the advent of technology so there's a lot more technology involved in the job search process you know when I first started looking for jobs I would update my resume and I would make a hundred copies of it and I would mail it out to theaters I found a book of all regional theaters and I would just mail my resume out to different theaters or if there were channels for hiring I would go through those journals and apply for jobs by mailing or faxing out my resume and these days people can now go onto a website like indeed monster glass door they create a profile they see jobs and they just click a button to applying applying applying applying apply and it's almost like they're spamming for jobs we kind of call it sometimes call that the shotgun approach of that you're just throwing your resume out into the world and hoping somebody takes a bite but see here's one thing has never changed and all the years of job searching it's not about the technology it's about the people it's about the relationships so I do out placement for the world's largest outplacement firm Lee Hecht Harrison and I always ask in the very first workshop I teach I asked them how did you find your last job the one that you were laid off for how did you find that job and every single class the majority of people in that class found that jump through somebody they know so with all the technologies the applicant tracking systems linked in social media it still comes down to the best way to find a job is to nurture and cultivate a strong network what has surprised you the most if your transition and then your career that it works honestly you know I am I am one of those that if I see something that I want to do that I'm gonna try to do it I'm gonna put my resume out I want to talk to people I'm gonna say Hey I want to be your program manager I would be your stage manager I want to work at the world's largest the country's most well known theater and by putting it out there into the world my dreams have come true and I've been very very blessed with that I have I am a firm believer and affirmations and so when I went into theatre every morning I used to wake up and say I'm going to work at the Goodman theater I'm going to be on the stage management team at the Goodman theater and within a year I was on stage management team I was a production assistant at the Goodman theatre and when I became a career coach I said I am going to be a career coach for Lee had terrace and the world's largest outplacement firm and within six months I was a career coach at Lee Hecht Harrison so you know if I look back at my career ever and I get my advice to everyone is you know what every Kerr coached every coach started with no clients every author started with no words on the page every entrepreneur just started with an idea and the concept and no money and no clients and no accounts but if it's something you believe in you have to take that first step you have to activate that step in that dream and see what happens and you might be surprised as to what happened and what drives you service to others I thank him for your dad and mom or your mom or your it does my parents were teachers and they worked in school systems that weren't the most wealthy yes but they were of service to those students and takes care of their students my father loved his students he would go to their sporting events and he was one of the chaperones when the ad junior high students would go to Washington DC for their eighth grade class trip and he was a accessible and available to the students and my mother was the same way so for me it is very important to be of service of others the money will come the money will always come it's all about if you put good things out into the world good things will come back to you great this is Tom loyalists into the mentors radio today were talking with top career activator Madeline Mackey vice professional development training and personal career coaching to fortune five hundred companies and executives were you ever in a situation that you were terrified well the sun all the time I mean when I was working at the red cross I had a six figure salary as of a company car had a company cell phone a company laptop I had a big old beautiful office that was seven minutes from my house and you know in the bay area a seven minute commute to work is a miracle and to to leave all of that I remember when I attended my resignation to the CEO at the time and I said you can't do this anymore I balled like I cried and we're not talking like quiet tears we're talking about nose running red nose red eyes lake I was just couldn't believe I was jumping off this cliff and I didn't know if I was going to land on my feet and we have what would you tell your best friend about career development or seeking a job today figure out what you want to do and go do it and what do you believe with all the different people you've dealt with what do you believe to be true about real leadership believing in yourself I think when I see someone that's been impacted by the job loss their confidence a shock and the ones that recover faster the ones that remind themselves that I am good at what I do and I do have something to offer the world and I know that the world needs what I offer they're the ones that land on their feet and recover a lot faster so being confident in yourself and what you have to offer the world you will find a job I guarantee it you will always find a job and what he believed to be true about success in life you can't do it alone I would not have the career I have without the people like you and my clients and all of those that believed in me a lot of times when I create transition is going through us on going to layoff they don't want to talk about it they don't want to tell people they don't ask for help I am sitting in this chair talking to you today because I asked for help in the most public of ways I went on to linked in and I was vulnerable and I told people Hey I'm kind of struggling with my business right now and I need a little bit of help and I've gotten so many offers of help so don't be afraid to reach out use your support system they want to help and support you and what is it that you wish you had known when you were younger oh my goodness that's a tough one to I would say I wish I had known how important education was I'm in training was and I don't mean just book education but skills computer skills technical skills skills are important when.

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Apple's WWDC brought dark mode, $6,000 cheese graters -- and antitrust threats (The 3:59, Ep. 565)

The 3:59

04:32 min | 2 years ago

Apple's WWDC brought dark mode, $6,000 cheese graters -- and antitrust threats (The 3:59, Ep. 565)

"The. Two fifty nine I'm Joanie Saltzman. I'm Claire Riley. So yesterday, apple kicked off its WW DC conference for developers with its traditional opening keynote, and brought a ton of news. We got dark mode for iphone. We got a one thousand dollar computer monitor stand. We got the death of I tunes. Now dark mode, seems to be an pardon the verbal irony here a bit of a highlight of the day. This will turn the background black on your iphone screen and native apps. So if you're looking in a dark place, you won't be blinded by glaring white screen anymore, clear. Why do you think something so simple is getting such a response? I think it's, it's down to two things here. I think one aesthetically it's really sexy. It's different. You know, seeing they had this beautiful display of the jellyfish, and the jellyfish body had, like maps, inside it, it was amazing. I was losing it, but I think beyond the aesthetics in the design of everyone to have like a gritty ray-ban on their phone. It's really basic stuff like battery. Alive. You know, you're not gonna be blasting your idols out every time he switched. You find on and also into the day when you try to digital Dato, which is something I desperately tried to turn down screen brightness. We know that blue light keeps you awake so having dock mode. I think really ties into maybe minimizing some of the screen time, things health and wellness. I think it makes sense. Yeah. The MAC pro was also a big reveal to Mackie's professionals have been waiting seven years for an update since the last MAC pro which has sometimes been referred to as the trash can. But now we get six thousand dollar cheese grader. It's beautiful. I mean, and I actually thought I brought a cheese Greg this day. Two big joke about the old original MAC pro this is this is a massively gutsy machine talking about eight causing on process. Expandable ram up to one point five terabytes already on pro five Eddie graphics cod. So the important thing to remember is that people who care about this sort of stuff. This is the machine if you'll using one of these guys, you on a MAC book, a union, MAC, pro customer, that's been some of the reaction people that aren't in that professional grade, which is a very Michel market. And they're saying W F is up with, like an eleven thousand dollar computer. Why is the MAC pro important? It's important because they really lost that creative markets. So they have the video produces an editor's. They have the sound editors who didn't have a machine, and I was starting to go to competitors from the likes of HP Dell. Those windows based machines. Apple native Mike play in this space. It's beautiful it has the kind of the guts inside the machine. I mean they did. They did a demo with red. Injuring in real time in final Kat, or they were putting in up to a thousand track either one kind of curious. But when you have the ability to kind of do that stuff in real time. You don't feel the machine like wearing off the table. A sound like philosophy fan. Absolutely. And it's all expandable which the trash can didn't have, you know, they really they said that they kind of books themselves into thermal corner because you couldn't expand it because it just got too hot. Whereas this one is designed to be, like, Jesus grading up -solutely cool in every sense of the woods. So. Yeah, I think it's not the machine for you or I, but people that will like it. They will really like it right. Then in the midst of apples, big flashy conference. There was news offsite that emerged about how the US department of Justice could possibly investigate apple as a monopoly. Now, this is just the latest in a string of antitrust developments for apple that all seem to be intensifying. Claire, what has apple said about all this look Tim cook has come out and said? Apple is not a monopoly that they are going to, you know, they'll, they'll thought this kind of thing and naturally, they would because I have built an empire that keeps people inside the apple ecosystem, that's the whole point once you're inside apple. It's very hard to break out. Yeah. But that's the beauty of what they offer. But obviously they've got a lot of pushback app developers saying that you charge thirty percent commission to have apps in the app store, that's the only place they can be. So I think we're gonna see a lot of friction over this. And of course, they don't the only ones we've got Andrew anti-trust measures coming up against Facebook. The tech giants are really under the congressional gays right now. And I think this is really going to be an area that hates up. That's great. Yeah. It's going to be something that develops for a long time absolutely for this, and other stories checkouts not dot com. I'm Joanie salesman. And I'm Claro. Thanks.

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"mackie" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

12:14 min | 2 years ago

"mackie" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"Like a fortune Rogo brought now I'd be so excited. This would be like a dream come true for me. So you go. Well, that's only on the weekends. If you pay me enough money. The FBI is knocking down my door now for being on the side. All right. Let's talk angel has fallen. This is a trilogy that no on Seoul, coming, man. Like what the fuck us? So Olympics is full and ages ago directed by Anton Fuqua. I was still working at the movies man, twenty eight. And I didn't think it was amazing. I thought it was like Dr hard at the White House in the White House. Exactly. Around the same time, another movie came out, what house down, what did you prefer? White House down or Olympics fallen fed ellipses full in even the what has down felt a little more a little logic than love. Yeah. I agree. I agree. I liked it more. I never source Sekou coming, and then I never ever ever saw third film coming. It's the trilogy. Now, this and this president has been office for, like a decade, different one. So Erin cod. Is not returning from the fest. Two. He played the president of the first one. Aren't Epcot was in. White House down. It's Morgan Freeman this, why it was a it like Jamie, FOX is the president in fucking what s down. No. You're right. You're right. Morgan Freeman is not the president. He is like a military advisor or some shit. Well, he's the president in this one. So so he promoted to. Yeah. He was the vice president in the original ter-. Okay. Yeah. That's how fucking chain of command Lexa gas. But I guess. Yeah. For the standard. It was set up and framed for the attack on the president on this one. So this is this three line is way more generic than the loss while the second one was not right. And I mean like the story of the first one was pretty fucked genetic thing. Right. What made it interesting for me. Right. The first one is. A great. Article and video from crack dot com about. Good. So many undyed hot. It's really interesting. One of them talked about one about how why else down is like the most truest diehards sake outside of two and one of these points, they bring out is die hard. What makes it so great. It's fighting terrorists trapped in a smaller -cation building, pretty genius right there. They do sequel. They made the location with big on its airport makes risks a little bit different. But whatever the third one, it's a city. Okay. And then it went off the tracks. The fourth one is a I guess it's the country and then the fifth one. Oh now it's another country. They sort of the stakes get less and less. And so this is a great elevation by propping people in the White House. And they gotta fight that I guess, with London as Foale, nece did the same words by all. But now it's a whole city or state of which kinda makes as exciting, I guess, a foreign country it's kind of cool. But now you're taking that away from us by. Making it like I guess he's on the Ron like killing the vibe like a contact. The idea of he has to protect someone like an escort mission for videogame as a movie. Well, I mean saying is the first two had him as his kind of like buddy God like it's not that much of a stretch, but I to be honest, I don't really this is not the kind of movies for the storyline full, I usually go like the action films. Right. So these are the ones that are more generic that it kinda pliant and she's like he got to say, well, executed action sequences, I think Olympic has full and has some pretty solid actions. They quences London is full and. Less. Do remember there being an Olsen fucking action sane rod at the end of that? If it wasn't that sane cool, the movie dog shape, but I remember saying, yeah, I remember like a lung Tacna cots this one, funnily enough is directed by a different director. So, you know, movies three different directors this one's directed by a guy named Rick Raymond wall. I've seen one of his movies actually, you probably have to. It's called snitch. Starring fucking the rook, which, yeah. I don't remember very well but I know it's a truck driver. Yeah. Sputtered some shit. Yeah. It was it was good. It was says -able. So you know what I check it out, just because this is one of those Sunday ones where I'm just like, hey, man in the navy because I'm bored. It's, it's. It's clearly it's not going to rival some like the adventures in action rabies, because the budget is clearly gig. In fact, I wouldn't be eighty million, that's pretty solid is that the is that smaller than the lost her. So the first one was seventy million and the second one was sixty billion so yeah. The highest. Wow. Okay. Well, so they actually dropped the budget for the second one for their sick as Because I I understand. wasn't Anton was some no name. Yeah. Okay. Fair enough. Some that taught me could of. Never saying that in the trial, besides the bad Seiji joins bosom Morgan Freeman's character doing a stunt. We're just him diving the water that wasn't really Morgan Freeman Bob. Never sees character. Even run. I think on film. Standing around or sitting it was interesting to see Morgan frame, the back of Morgan Freeman head doing some movement, once he's always passive. Yeah, I feel like I feel like they came to the drone thing whiter light like this was like, like homelands by doing this fucking years. It's like this is like man like we're kind of Paul's this now, also we're up, we're up. We're up to fucking weaponize, raptors you guys are fucking shit. Louis ask you one thing, I know just like me, you hate trial. Is that give away too much? The story is a question. Angel has fallen they say the angels fallen angel clearance. President has been the president dies in like the opening saying something right? That's going to happen. And that's why they will offer him. To be honest. I mean probably I mean, I remember saying Olympics is full in the first one and Olympics being the White House. But yeah. On On an. an. Like I am. So mentally checked out of the story. Yeah. Let's move on. Let's get back to TV fucking black mirror, man. I've been waiting for this shit. You love black mirror. I love me some black mirror man that, that is top notch even the terrible episodes. Not even that by tavis standards. Like they're pretty, you know, watchable. Netflix really pumping this out. So we got a main trailer which will talk about, and they just released. I think today they like three like little mini trailers three different episodes as well. Decisions only three episodes. Oh, really? Yeah. So one trial, h how, how long does it usually season? And something, it's not usually I mean, they're all kind of sorta different. It's not usually ten. I mean, they sort of because it started off as a British and British is often have very short say'since. Yeah. I heard of heard Mark, I think one of the show locks as it was only three episodes. It's all three days like like shell has three seasons. Bobby full. Yeah. And like literally like, non episode so we cry. Say's in one of black Barra three besides season. Two four episodes, says in three, six episodes, four six episodes. And then season five three percents, and then to snatch doesn't count as an episode from season. It's like it's earn thing rivalry match it. Well, clearly they've spent the net flicks money, someone good because I've got fucking Anthony Mackie in a laid role. Yeah. Anthony Mackie button. I guess the America self they got Andrew Andrew, Scott. So if you don't Andrew Scott, Scott was the Dino. Alright. Sorry, sir. Adam Scott, and I was really Andrew Andrew Scott was. He played Moriarty in Sherlock speaking show. Look, okay. Yes. So he played his kind of like mine villain. But Andrew, it was also inspector. He played one of the villains Tofa Greis. He was the original venom. It was just in black Landsman as well. Yeah. The upside one episode to the big name is, of course, Miley, Cyrus. Yeah, that's she was different. Good for. Yeah. Good for her. She looks like she's not like complete drug. I'd. Season. Sorry, episode three cold, striking vipers. So that's the one that has the most stop. Halis Jordi mentioned Anthony. Mackie right. Number two. You've got ya of dole Mottain the second who played fucking black Manta in Akron. He was a nice thing, and we're not done with the fucking comic book parallels. The other one is a pump clementine, if he plays mantis. Yes, she's, she's a beautiful woman. Beautiful. She is. I really Kate man. I love book may some black Mira, I've always alpha black, Mira. I fake USS calistoga is one of the best hours of television as. Got me to watch the show. Yeah. Like that thing is also. But like it doesn't even stop them in like there's another episode cool white Christmas. I think crocodiles really good as well. If you haven't seen black mirror, definitely check it out. I think it's definitely with binging. And it's not even like it's all anthology style, so you don't have to commit to an ties as in one gut. Can I throw a bit of news infers that just popped up to me right now? We don't talk about it. We just want everyone to know this as a petition online that of ten thousand people of signed already petitions is this better when their ten thousand people signed a petition to make Denny veto, the Newell foreign. I'm sorry. Just sold on had little. Yeah, but black Mira. I'm sure it's going to be great. It's like. All speak of Anthony Mackie's something else that we didn't have on the books. I registered the day actually this morning. There's an update on the. Balcony winter soldier show. We know it's going to be post endgame, and Balcon will use the new captain America shield, and there's new costing Barron Zima or returned from civil Daniels role. Yup. And also, the Sharon Cada character will be back as I tennis ball. Yeah. It's like the actually trading it right. Like that's if you want to give them a movie there's a characters would use. Absolutely. I think Danny role is one of the most fantastic actors out there, like, hey is, this is a clue? He played a person who pass away literally yesterday. And if you guys can tell me what movie it is. I'm going to be choosing it full, my next pick for coming full face presentation, I can no white. You guys can tell me what movie it is. You can probably already guessed it. I don't know. I'll give you a shout out on the podcast to guess. I don't have anything to give away. I'm brooke. Let's talk west world. This is probably one.

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Avengers: Endgame Has Overwhelmed Hollywood. Is That OK?

The Big Picture

06:19 min | 2 years ago

Avengers: Endgame Has Overwhelmed Hollywood. Is That OK?

"Sean fantasy editor in chief of the ringer. And this is the big picture a conversation show about the end of moviegoing culture, as we know. It just kidding vendors. Endgame ruled and is better than game of thrones. I'm here with Chris Ryan and Amanda Davin. Getting the Friskies we're going to talk a little bit about avengers and not game. Thrones. If you wanna listen to stuff about game of thrones. I encourage you to listen to Chris on the watch. Maybe you can catch up on the thrones. Which aired last night. Maybe you can check out Benjamin later this week in here all about the battle of winter fell in whether it worked or did not work. There are some dissension in the ranks here at the ringer today. We're talking MC you not just the movie itself. But also the box office implications, and what the aftermath of that means for summer movies. We're doing a little summer movie preview man, and I'll be chatting about it. But I I thought that you guys are the perfect pair to chat with after doing a deep dive with Mallory Ruben because Amanda, you're on the record is not being the biggest superhero movie fan in the world. But also someone who sees these films out of obligation and has developed a lot of feelings about them. And Chris, I tend to think you're the most you're the person who I'm most eager to hear what he thought about these moves every time you see. I'm right here. It's not that respect your opinion. Amanda, I think it's very valuable, but you're operating from a base level of not. So sure about this, Chris I. I think he if he can really go positive or negative. Sure. So I'm time. I'm wondering what you guys thought. Like, I'm a newborn baby every time I enter a movie. Yes. But sort like Benjamin button this baby. Did you cry? Speaking of a game. I did not cry. Okay mandate. Did you right now? I didn't staunching. So I cried because I feel right? And so. Chris what'd you think? I had like a feelings wave when Peter Parker and Tony stark reunited at the end of the movie, I just felt like entirely a piece, which I think is ultimately what they wanted you to feel which is that I was entirely a piece with the endeavor, I felt fine. And okay about the amount of time. I've spent thinking about this these movies and seeing these movies over the years, I think is really telling listen to you and Mallory talk about it because being a little bit older. I think that I don't quite have like deep passionate connection to it. It's not like a real maker break franchise for me in the way, some some others are, but at the end of the day, I felt like you guys pulled it off. You get you made it emotionally satisfying finales to what was pretty unprecedented endeavor in movie making history, and they made it work Mana. Yeah. I thought it was a fitting conclusion to this experiment for better. And for worse in some ways. It it certainly there was a little bit of everything for everyone, including. Me. I mean, the last show I was delighted I wouldn't say I was like crying or deeply moved. But it's very excited to see Hayley Atwell back into seek cap. I frankly old cap be very happy. And also, I thought pretty handsome for like a really old guy. It'll head ahead. And then yeah, that's true. They didn't age the hair. And I thought that nice. I thought the last shot was very sweet and was kind of going back to many of the themes that we talked about in our podcast about captain America the first venture. And some of the things that I felt the MC you had abandoned. And so I felt seen in that moment, which is not something that I often feel in these movies, it took three hours and a lot of garbage CGI to get there. So, you know, and, but I think other people delighted that we're delighted by that. And so again, there is something for almost everyone in these movies. And that's kind of what the experiment was about. Right. Yeah. Definitely. And you know, in the Morville months years that we did on the show in a you. And I talked about captain America. The first of. Injure. Chris unite talked about the avengers both of the things the key talking points that we talked about in those podcasts really rose to the surface on this one. You know in your in your case, it was how halio wells the most important person in the MC. You Chris for you. It was quite literally that Tony stark is the most important person, the AFC, this was a genuine sendoff. Yeah. I don't I don't think we'll be seeing Tony again. And it was interesting the way that they built him into the not just the centerpiece of the story, not just the emotional center of the story. But like the engine of the story, and I think when we talked a few weeks ago, you were saying that you're not so sure that they're going to be able to do this as actively without him. I think they're staring to an abyss. And I think they might dive in and the this is called Disney. Plus, you know, I think that the the way that we're going to be talking about these movies in ten years United texting over the weekend. And I was like, oh, should I read this comic line to kinda see where it's going or read the story line? And you basically were like here's what's going to happen in in ten years. We'll be talking about this so called to be friends with Sean. No, I think he sent the text and there are some. These are anti spoilers over here. Also. But he's like, I he sends tech. Sometimes I'm just saying we're gonna join but this. This one was like, wow. That sounds incredibly plausible. And it would take about ten years to get. You know what I mean? And but for me, you lose stark, you probably you're gonna lose Evans unless they graduate Evans too kindly, uncle who shows up somehow in some of the other movies. And I think they're going to take the characters that were remaining with the exception of Black Panther, captain marvel in the guardians. A lot of them are going to move to streaming a lot like Sebastian STAN, anti Mackie. They're going to streaming LOKI streaming Wanda envision explicable or going to streaming. So like a lot of these characters are now going to be on these little five episode little mini runs. And I think that they have a charm problem. Now, I think that there is going to be a little bit of a like we need to work to like build up some of these people again, and that will probably come with the characters that you were talking about. But it's gonna take them a few years to develop those projects, you're there's two ways to do that. I think it's evident to me. And I guess we'll see when Spiderman far from home comes out. But they do have a centerpiece in Tom, Holland that was the loudest cheer. I heard both times. I saw the movie that was the person that people were most emotionally connected to and that is the legacy of Downie Downey made that character very meaningful to a lot of people. You know, they they created that father son dynamic, so I could see that effectively being the new iron man of the series. The other stuff is is a little bit up in the air. You know, it's like I feel like the one thing we can kind of all agree on is that they really just handled Chris Hemsworth beautifully over the last five years. They've just figured out how to make him a trueblue movie star. Amanda, we'll talk a little bit about her enthusiasm for men in black international. Maybe later on this podcast but

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Netflix Paid 'The Crown' Star Claire Foy Less Than Her On-Screen Husband

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Netflix Paid 'The Crown' Star Claire Foy Less Than Her On-Screen Husband

"Brilliantly simple a mytalk dirt alert elizabeth girls thing is how are you doing all good in my hood not so good on the set of the crown here's an interesting little story that's making the rounds today claire foy paid less than matt smith in the crown this just this kind of blows me away so how did this even come out so it was a panel discussion about the series in one of the crowns producers her name is suzanne mackie she admitted that matt smith was paid a higher salary for his role as prince philip then claire foy was played for her role as queen elizabeth surprise anybody well they're saying the reasoning at the time was boiled down to prominence matt smith was an international figure on doctor who was relatively unknown to viewers outside the constraints of the uk or the other way to hollywood speak that with this guy has a penis and you my lady don't going to pay the man with the weiner more money is that all right with you okay sure it's not right with the rest of us i know we just learned last week elizabeth we're not gonna get equal pay parody till like twenty fifty nine i know i won't be working then no i know it's just it's just another like it's just so classic telling you the hollywood talking about their money everyone needs shared i'm gonna say this okay.

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