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Fresh update on "magnolia" discussed on KNX Weekend News and Traffic
"I would even venture to say that we're the most prepared city and all state, California, possibly the nation. City's police officers be on tact cooler. It's starting October 31st, a SWAT teams also expected to provide backup along with 80 private security guards to discourage any criminal activity. Backlogged, crowed A virus test adds to the recent spike in cases happening all across southern California. Alicante resolved. It's county's system issue, resulting Ah, larger than usual single day number of 2100 new cases was 17 more dead. He Countywide totals have almost hit 297,000 cases and 7000 dead being. While the numbers in Orange County remained steady, 316 new cases and 44 deaths all the springs they totals to 1400 deaths and 58,000 cases. A church that complained about Cove in 19 restrictions placed by state and local health departments will be given citations for hosting a family fare. Hundreds of people attended on emissions. Church Walnut family Fair It took place last Saturday with a petting zoo of puppet show and other entertainment. Marking is the president of Asian Industry B to B, which organized that fair. He tells can ex his organization is being cited to and will fight it in court last week check We followed All Cove. It rules or governor's orders. We had temperature checks. When people came into the fair. We had masks at every station. He says social distance it was also enforced. County health officials say they weren't organizer's affair ahead of time. Don't hold the fair. Coming up on 6 11 can extend 70 NewsRadio in a check traffic for you coming up in four minutes into that at 6 15 right out. Jeff Biggs telling me the CHP is running a break on the north bound 1 70 at Magnolia. So if you are in that area be prepared. That breaker shouldn't take too long. Obviously something in the roadway. Jeff will give you an update on that coming up in four minutes at 6 15..
"magnolia" Discussed on Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network
"And for mayday parade. But unfortunately, some scheduling conflicts came up with Jason and he wasn't able to record the interview with me this week, we're going to try to reschedule him at a later date hopefully sooner rather than later I promise will actually get that rescheduled. So today's episode we are actually going to. Orlando Florida. So we're still in Florida for this one because that's where Jason is based out of or originally from is Florida but we're talking to a band called Magnolia Park there from the Orlando Area and Florida, and they have a brand new single called Houdini dropping on Friday October sixteenth that is extra spooky an extra creepy actually the the music videos pretty creepy. They just sent me the link for it and it's the perfect song perfect video to get you into the spooky spirit if you haven't gotten into that spirit already so I actually got to chat with the whole band via zoom. We did a facebook live video of this if you want to go check that out as well. But the audio isn't the best but I think you can make out what everyone is saying. So we talked to the whole band Magnolia Park here on pop punk and Pizza I hope you enjoy this. We've got three out of five, right. Of.
"magnolia" Discussed on Bangarang Radio
"Talk to you about actually pertains to today's episode. So I told you on the previous episode with Dennis Ten foot pole that on today's. Episode we'd be talking to Jason, Lancaster best known for go radio and for mayday parade. But unfortunately, some scheduling conflicts came up with Jason and he wasn't able to record the interview with me this week, we're going to try to reschedule him at a later date hopefully sooner rather than later. I promise will actually get that rescheduled. So today's episode we are actually going to. Orlando Florida. So we're still in Florida for this one because that's where Jason is based out of or originally from is Florida, but we're talking to a band called. Magnolia Park there from the Orlando Area and Florida, and they have a brand new single called Houdini dropping on Friday October sixteenth that is extra spooky an extra creepy actually the the music videos pretty creepy. They just sent me the link for it and it's the perfect song perfect video to. Get you into the spooky spirit if you haven't gotten into that spirit already so I actually got to chat with the whole band via zoom yesterday we did a facebook live video of this if you want to go check that out as well but the audio isn't the best, but I think you can make out what everyone is saying. So we talked to the whole band Magnolia Park here on pop punk and Pizza I hope you enjoy this We've got three out of five, right. Of.
"magnolia" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza
"Talk to you about actually pertains to today's episode. So I told you on the previous episode with Dennis Ten, foot pole that on today's. Episode we'd be talking to Jason Lancaster best known for go radio and for mayday parade. But unfortunately, some scheduling conflicts came up with Jason and he wasn't able to record the interview with me this week, we're going to try to reschedule him at a later date hopefully sooner rather than later I promise will actually get that rescheduled. So today's episode we are actually going to. Orlando Florida. So we're still in Florida for this one because that's where Jason is based out of or originally from is Florida but we're talking to a ban called Magnolia Park there from the Orlando Area and Florida and they have a brand new single called Houdini dropping on Friday October sixteenth that is extra spooky an extra creepy actually the the music videos pretty creepy. They just sent me the link for it and it's the perfect song perfect video to get you into the spooky spirit if you haven't gotten into that spirit already so I actually got to chat with the whole band via zoom. We did a facebook live video of this. If you want to go check that out as well but the audio isn't the best but I think you can make out what everyone is saying. So we talked to the whole band Magnolia. Park here on pop punk and Pizza I. Hope you enjoy this. We've got three out of five, right. Of.
Slowing Down and Looking Around With Julie Zickefoose
"I called you up because they want your expert advice on how to slow down and look around like kind of where to begin because you really seem to have a practice. Of connecting to natures tell us a little bit about you in that. Well, it really really helps to have a dog with a bladder that has to be let out every morning. Because I think a lot of know this the dog brings out her inner child it it it it forces us to go. Oh, well, I'll just take a long walk with the dog and that's a wonderful excuse to get out each and every morning you know without fail because this is an imperative and so I turned that into a morning meditation that can sometimes go four hours or more and you know that sounds like a a sort of a rich Victorian lady way to live I assure you anything but that but I don't have an office that have to go to. My Orchard and Meadow, is my office and once I realized that my life took a decided turn toward the wonderful. And you know I I realized that that observing things and sharing what I see is really my job on one of those people out there who needs to do this and share. So Tell us where you are. I am in Southeast Ohio in the Appalachian Foothold Foothills of Ohio, about twenty miles northeast of Marietta in the extreme southeast corner of the state and So this is a very rolling heavily wooded highly diverse area It's much more akin geographically to West Virginia than it is to what most people think of as flat plains Cornfield Ohio okay. So here we are and when this is airing its October and and we've been through, we will have been through most of the migration Let's talk about the recent migration of the ongoing migration who's been visiting what have you been able to say hello to along the way the snow it's been it's been so incredible. It was very late released September came and went without a bird and I was worried I didn't have my normal pulse of juvenile birds coming through in mid July and I thought Oh and then you know mid to late September third week of September came around and own. My goodness it's like the floodgates opened. So I was vastly reassured the birds had managed despite the incredibly cruel spring very, very low temperatures in late May birds managed to pull off some young that they did it later than they normally do. So these birds were not ready to fly until probably just about now. So they're pouring through and I think the the main stars this year for me have been the bay breasted warblers everywhere Blackpoll warblers as well. I get lots of Tennessee's as many people do I sometimes think Tennessee warbler must be one of the most abundant birds on the planet. Go down to Costa, Rica. You see them in the coffee plantations you see them in Guatemala on the mountain tops they're just all over the place. Magnolia warblers, chestnut sided warblers it's just been. So beautiful say that bureaus are diverse We've had a blue headed. Red. eyed. White eyed and Philadelphia here. So that's always a thrill. Oddly I. Get Philadelphia various but not warbling bureaus. And, I only get Philadelphia bureaus in the fall had one spring record in twenty eight years. The same is true of Cape. May. Warbler who are are most common migrants get gobs of them in the fall there just you know I never use the word trash bird but some burgers do I've got gobs of of Cape May warblers, but I get very few in the spring. So that tells me that migration routes. By season and probably by sex of the bird and it's it's just it's also complex and fascinating and keeping notes is the whole point well, and that's what you just said you said record you referred to record you and and I I my neighbor up the hill she leads birds as well and she texted me I don't know a week or two ago me with mid-september let's say and she said Oh. I. Still have a lot of you know hunting hummingbirds, just the Ruby throated and asthma northeast here and and and she said, you know I. Don't usually get them after this week I. Wonder if they'll still be here next week and so she keeps records right lesser quickly us right and so I quickly went to my Uber Dot Org, my cornell lab of ornithology database. You know my member account there and check and I was like and I texted her right back and I said October fourth two thousand sixteen was the latest sighting of the Hummingbird I ever had. To move. Elo. And I just that's it. Comforts me yes now yes. Says new IDI, right? Yes. Tying yourself into the phonology of the season being aware of what's normal and what's expected in a certain week is such a beautiful sing and it's the old way. It's how people lived. You Know Oh. Will it's about time for the be birds to come back in you know now. But but we've gotten away from that but but it's right within everyone's reach to just write it down on your computer on your phone in bird on paper like I do write it down and then have something you can comb through and see you know what your records look like it's it's a great great thing to do in ties right in and then the the the the Nice segue you get there is journaling. If. You're gonNA write down the dates. You see something right about them and and writing helps you process everything you see and everything you experience and then you have a record.
"magnolia" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"For you say that. You're. You know I hate to cry. I. Didn't mean for you to cry Jesus Christ. Okay. Sad by listeners. Data. Is Comeback Harder once say you know what? I don't even care about the drivers this week. This is the highlight of my month maybe even my year. Meka cry from pure emotion that never fucking happen it really doesn't. I. I don't try to be hard but I'm just like you know Nolan down. Like that I you know your cody but the shell. Gooey but outside. Every. So often, I, see the Gooey and I am delighted that Wow Nicole. I can't believe you still wiping your is this is amazing to me. This is I am. So that's the quality of this fucking gravel though. Excuse me they bundle. That was lovely. That was warned that was wow. I don't want to even read my fucking dropouts. I've ascended to the heavens. Bodies here. I'm not physically present you know what I mean. Go get some wine. Wow what a travel? What? A piece of Work Oh. Okay. Brim. Yes. Now that I've had my emotional breakdown. Who'd you have on the menu for us in your travel today? Nicole like you I went the only road I could go I surveyed the talent on display, and I was like it's Eric for me. Because he is the guy. At this is longer than I normally do I apologize. But also, as we said before, we get to go long when you said to your job that you don't get to go. On a democracy, it's a festival Chrissy. Eric. I'm ready. Okay. Let's go. I heard Eric shut the door behind the delivery guy and begin his return to the SOFA where we've been lazily drape for most of the day. I was stretching wiggling toes as he came back into view his warm Brown eyes twinkling curiously hip pulled off the mosque. He just put on to answer the door and I made my face as neutral as I could manage. Whilst that I asked zero idea he said as he dropped the package onto his side of the Sofa and headed for the kitchen for a pair of scissors. The postmark says Japan his voice drifted back to me Oh me. I was leading into my role as innocent observer here returned to the room i. mean with slightly narrowed is why would it be? Did you order anything from? Japan? I, don't know what I bought this quarantine Eric. I. Quit I just order on instagram and a few state and surprise myself. When it gets here, he loved like I'd wanted him to know this is addressed to me. He said, but I know I didn't order anything. So he sat down again, returned my feet to his lap where they'd been earlier. What is this? Open it. I said suddenly impatient to see his response see for yourself. He considered me for a moment longer. Then carefully pulled the open scissors down the cellar tape seal. He paused again stealing his hands for a moment. You know you don't have to get anything he said quietly. I sat up, covered his hands with mine until he looked back at me I know. Sometimes. I like to though. I tell the moment he realize what was in the box the knife set he'd been watching and waiting to go on sale for at least the last six months. He carefully lifted the box out of the packaging and the breath whistled out of him on a sigh of pure pleasure. He bit his full lower lip ran his thumbs over the books as if in a stainless steel. Trans. My heart doubled in size you like them. Of Research and bought direct from the factory, I rushed out a been on Japanese knife forums shit. Talking with very condescending man with more than a little with of cultural appropriation in the using. I lost a little here as silence wore on but these are the ones, right? Eric. His. Not to I said his name tons of look at me. They're amazing. I Love Them I scooted up the SOFA has his face in my hands I. Know It's been hard with the restaurant and everything his eyes clouded over. But still you do so much for me every single day you cook you. You drive, you read my plays and let me rant you take care of me and this House and then you cook some more. All I ever do is the washing up he smiled. and. So if I can get you some fancy finally waited Japanese steel to slightly redress the balance. Guess what I moved my hands up over his bid, a quarantine development. I was not APPS and injured his hair, the coils self against my palms. Touch like a cat and kissed the inside of one wrist. This is perfect. He said relaxing back into the SOFA is closed bringing me with him. Your perfect. He kissed the top of my head talked me into himself and I let him. Man We need a eric in real life like. I don't know if I can be clearer to the fucking universe. Oh Man. That was so good. You know I love rest kiss. My favorite it's a tender. It's so sending off this part of you. I mean come on the thing that I just realized between not. Doing a very specific cosmic ordering right now. A yes. He's listening. You know how those tweets go. I don't I. Don't know who needs to hear this. I I. Definitely. Know who needs to hear this real life. Eric applied within please. Listen and. We are struggling. You got me breaking down. On the MIC. That's GonNa be odd tagline emotional vulnerability this week like it really is where we're at right now it's been so many months of lockdown and all sorts of kind of just. As, big and small global an incredibly local. I. Think we needed this. So to Magnolia's for helping US access some real emotions this week like. We're emotional every week to be fair. But I think there's something about the timing of this also feels like, oh, we needed this. Yeah You know sweet magnolias in my tweet thread I said that I really needed to watch this now or when you know when it was idea and instead of like when it first came out. Because it did help me kind of just like remember. There are sweet kind people even if they are fictional. They're all. But I needed that and. You know I think another reason that we are especially soft right now is because of the recent death of Chadwick Bozeman and you know it took us all by surprise and You know we just saw someone who had.
A magnolia may replace Confederate symbols on new Mississippi state flag
"A look now at what could be the new state flag of Mississippi. Plans include Moving the Confederate battle emblem and replacing it with a magnolia. It's been about two months now, since lawmakers moved to retire that old flag with the rebel symbol on It was today, though, where Flag Commission voted to recommend the magnolia design. Now it goes to voters will get their say in November, yes vote would change the flag to the new design. With that flower. A no vote would send the redesign back to the drawing board.
A magnolia may replace Confederate symbols on new Mississippi state flag
"Change the state flag of Mississippi include removing the Confederate battle emblem and replacing it with a magnolia. It's been nearly two months since legislators moved to retire the old flag with the rebel symbol. And today, a flag commission voted to recommend a design with the state flower on it. The Magnolia voters are going to get their say in November. A yes vote would change the flag to the new design and no vote, however, would send that redesign back to the drawing board.
Chip and Joanna Gaines reveal 'Fixer Upper' is coming back
"Well, the King and Queen of home renovation will soon be returning to our living rooms. What did you do? Chip signed us up for another season. Fixer upper. Serious? Yes, answered office phone like he told me Never to date. Are you ready to see the new fixer upper chip and Joanna Gaines are returning to the show as they build their new network. Siri's made the couple do it yourself celebrities during its five seasons on HDTV. You run a fixer upper will be part of Magnolia Network, a joint venture between the gains and discovery ink that will replace the D I y network when it debuts next year,
‘Fixer Upper’ Reboot With Chip & Joanna Gaines To Launch Their Magnolia Network In 2021
"Fixer upper The reboot is coming back to television. It will air exclusively on the Magnolia Network. Oh, that's their network, right? Yes, is Yeah, the joint venture that they did with the Discovery Channel. What's interesting? Why this is kind of a coup for them is you would have assumed that HD TV. Had some level of ownership of fixer upper, presumably some sort of a deal was struck behind the scenes. So now the Magnolia Network, scheduled to kick off sometime early in 2021 had been scheduled for October 4th, pushed back through the cove. It Will now launch with a brand new season of the show that just catapulted Chip and Joanna Gaines, too, just like unparalleled fame in the world of HD TV reality stars. So it's going that's going to be debut Ng. There also have a couple of the shows that they that they mentioned. But the biggest news people wondered. Would they be more behind the scenes where they go in a different direction with how they choose to be on camera? But now they've had another baby. We've had a little time away from fixer upper and now they are bringing it back. How about that? They say they say the day that we wrapped our final episode of Fixer upper We really believed it was a chapter closed. We knew we needed a break in a moment to catch our breath. But we also knew we weren't done dreaming about ways to make old things new again this from Chip and Joanna In a joint statement, they said these past few years we've continued tackling renovations of projects doing the work that we're passionate about, but I don't think either of us anticipated how the show would become such a permanent fixture. In our hearts. We'd miss sharing the stories of these families and their homes with you, and we're excited to do that again Very soon. Those two are very adorable. You know there's so likable, and I think that's part of the success of the show. Absolutely. And and HD TV. They they have tried to replicate that, and there have been a bunch of lovely couples that have done their own shows in their own ways. But no one has been able to do what chip in joining you because there's something there is something magical about them. Hold Chip. It's chip. No, I really I really love always like he's like you, Steve. He's a little He's a crazy really fun. Always joking around. She kind of puts up with it, But you just see what he conducive. Push his limits. Yes, he does That. And then Joanna pair so perfectly with him because she has her funny moments, but she always knows that he is. He's Jerry Lewis and she's Dean Martin. Yeah, and but she too. Is so likable because she doesn't ever even seem like legitimately annoyed with him. It's kind of like she It's like a subtle I roll of, like, Oh, I love this guy. But can you believe it? All right, To have, like a just a tiny little curl of her lips, like smiling. Not given it too, right? Yeah, right. Holding back so bad. Yeah, it is just really, really. Ah, They're they're just an easy watch. And that is the one thing that Is unteachable in the world of television pairing radio pairings is likability. You either got it or you don't exactly you Khun sense manufactured chemistry. That's one thing. You consensus. People try to put that together. But you do you like the people that you're watching? Do you like the people that you're listening to? There's no school for that. You
Elisabeth Moss to Star in ‘Shining Girls’ Thriller Series at Apple
"Amazon has handed out a series order for paper girls. A drama based on the bestselling graphic novel from Bryan Cave on Netflix has renewed the summer sleeper, sweet magnolias for a second season and apple has picked up the thriller the Shining. Girls starring. Elisabeth Moss to series and speaking of the handmaid's tale. Elizabeth Moths has also signed a first look TV deal with Fox twenty-one and Hulu and is developing an anthology series for the streamer in which she would also star.
"magnolia" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"So that's what I was gonNA. Vote for I could see you in that role. I think. It was. playtime these guys. I think that the kind of intensity the depth of that character and is compassion. The sort of bumbling humor of him. I think are all qualities that I feel drawn to and. Would be interested in I. There's no world in which I would ever even begin to rival the integrity and soap. Seymour Hoffman in that role side at obviously Never Endeavor it. Even given the opportunity, but. But yeah, just emotionally. I think that's really where my. Heart, and my my acting spirit with taking. And finally I often like the program a double feature for the audience this one hundred and eighty eight minutes. I don't know. Accumulate. I don't know I. Mean I have a good vote except to say? As you saw on the dock, he he screen network for his cast, so maybe maybe there's something there or go his go go. His recommendation could go wrong with that trust. Like. If you're looking in the in the breadth of his work, you know it would be so interesting for me to watch magnolia than watch fan threat, and see the evolution of the process and see the similarities in the differences from there. You know like it's. It's such a different kind of movie. I'd be to watch them in close proximity. Maybe maybe double feature one night in the next night. well as I said the this is one of my all time favorites when I got the email that you want to talk about this one. I looked at my my shelf and I found this I can't see it, but Magnolia shooting script that I've had twenty years. So it's a film senior great yeah. This is actually autograph PTA when he came we. Gino Phoolan, that's amazing so yes, so I got I got super excited. I know you always have good taste, and you did not disappoint this time Zach. Share, my. This web BS good call. I hope you stay safe and sane and. You know I hope we can catch up in more normal ish times no coming, but hopefully soon. Thank you you, too. Let's get to good to connect in the midst of everything and talk about things that inspire us. Art is a great unifier and were you were lucky to have these examples of work to to keep us connected and keep us instilled with faith in what we're. What we're? Saying I appreciate the chance to chat and instant children. Definitely, thanks buddy. And so ends, and other addition happy, sad confused, remember to view rice and subscribe to this show on I tunes alert. You get your costs on the big focus. I'm David Lee unidentified. By..
"magnolia" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Prepare your is humans happy? Sad confused thickens! Today on copy, said confused Zachary Quinto on no severe ought to and his favorite comfort movie Magnolia. Hey guys I'm Josh Horowitz Welcome to another. Happy said confused another returning champions Zachary. Quinto. You know him you of him from star? Trek from Nosrat from so many things came back on the podcast remotely. Yes, these are the times we're living in, but. Thrilled nonetheless to catch up with Zach about the second season of knows for auto which is on AMC but. Really, happy mostly to talk to him about one of his favorite comfort movies. As you guys know if you've been listening, we're celebrating the movies that bring us a little joy. Make US feel a little bit safer and happier in this world and people are interpreting that in every different possible way and I delight in that Zachary chose one of my favorite movies of all time, not necessarily think of as a comfort movie, but again it's up to. You want to interpret the skies. He chose Paul Thomas. Anderson's one thousand nine hundred nine epic film, Magnolia. You guys. This podcast are probably familiar with this film I'm sure store you know the works of Paul Thomas Anderson, but to refresh. This is just his third film after Boogie Nights and hard eight. This is the giant on SAMBA. that featured Tom Cruise and Philip Seymour Hoffman Julianne Moore William H macy and John Riley and just like dozens of others all delivering stellar work. It's an altman esque intersecting storyline p set in California very much based at least in part from experiences that Paul Sanderson was going through the time dealing with the loss of his dad. and it's an intensely personal, no dramatic at times, but always Just stellar filmmaking from top to box acting the music. Everything about this movie is fantastic. You'll hear Zach and I go into depth about what we love about this movie. It is thankfully out there. Of course rent or buy on Amazon prime and itunes. There's also an amazing documentary shadow to maximum gala for reminding me this exists. It's on Youtube, it's free. Just look at Magnolia dock at say over over an hour long documentary about the making of the film, and if you like that sort of thing, the the INS and outs of how movies made this is kind of a very honest portrayal of that process about one of the best domes ever made. I I've I delight in those kinds of things that speaking of which is in totally different kind of thing, but but in some ways very similar. There's a really good making film doc that's on Disney hall things, and it's about frozen to I was not a huge fan of frozen. I had some major issues with it I mean. It I don't know that's a whole nother conversation, but set that aside this documentary. It's actually documentary series called into the unknown is surprisingly honest work at. How difficult and challenging any movie is to make, let alone a ginormous musical animated film. From Disney. I highly recommend it like I. said I wasn't the biggest prison to fan, but this documentary is a fan of filmmaking and the process. was fantastic. Other things to mention stir-crazy. My series on comedy central continues with a very special episode, so proud of we had will ferrell on the show, the genius, the brilliant one of my comedy, God's Will Ferrell, starring in the Eurovision Song contest the story. Fire Saga currently on Netflix. That is a fun movie that really. If, you want to just sort of like. Not Turn your brain off, but kind of at least see something a little bit less heading than say a Magnolia I highly recommend that film and I recommend the the conversation and fun. I had with Will Ferrell on comedy central's youtube page. Just subscribe to Comedy Central. Look up, stir crazy, check! My Social Media I've sent it out, but it say a a refund chat with will where he. He broke out some of his. Favourite artifacts from his films from stepbrothers anchorman from Talladega Nights. Really good stuff. I've been mentioning Teen Wolf the reunion that was long in the making now up on Youtube, but for so many nice comments from you guys. Thank you, thank you, thank you if you're a fan of teen often, you haven't checked it out yet. Good MTV's youtube page. Check it out on, and hopefully we'll do more of those. There was a tweet. And more than one tweet, some people have been mentioning Josh you should host a reunion for the hunger games is sold I'm in I want to do. It's not up to me. Of course it's up to everybody including MTV in the players, etc, but. Odd nothing more, and in fact, actually Kinda came up in my conversation when I caught up with Josh Hutcherson just a couple months back. And he seemed game. So who knows I, don't know. I. Don't know where we sat right out of nowhere Jennifer. Is that right now, but It's something I'm definitely interested in. And certainly if you guys want to keep tweeting that reach reading that and sending it out there that can only help certainly get some eyeballs on it. and certainly one raise some good money for charity. If we bring all the principles back together, so who knows? You know the world out. There is still crazy. It's still depressing at times. I WANNA. Encourage you guys if you haven't registered if you're in the states if you're an American citizen like I am please registered to vote. We have to turn this. System around in November November third. It's going to be a huge day in the history of this country, and a lot is riding on it, and it's not just at the presidential level. It's all the races. The Senate races congressional races we have to. Change things if we want. 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"Welcome to daily discussions on your heart is a Karasin Today on the show? We have Leandro get her to pronounce his surname light because that's difficult for me, before we get started a liked acknowledge that judicial landowners whose Land Brew Code, which is the wrong people of the Kulin nation so welcome to the shy, Leandra. Thank you. Thanks for having may is act. Now before we started. Can you please pronounce your surname? His name is Leandra in Mycenaean. Is GEICO MONGOL? It's pretty much fanatical, said a gay. Come on up. Yeah well as it sounds. And where is your mom and is that surname related to? Say I am a yellow woman from northeast Omland in my family older around million can be. My sister lives in roaming getting. I'm said Oh my mobile from there. I'm I'm the. Papal so that's my language group and. Yeah my my last name is a human name my. Name is Leandra, Jewelry Gift Mungo. Your right, yeah, bitter mouth! Jeff the rat on old documents for government stuff. Semi Medicare. Cod is like just one like this nice space like it's all just. You old lettuce on kind of. Whenever I've been pulled over. I guess You know random bobby. Tayo at UVA. People who. Look Bank. People always like what is that from from like? I just this country. Regional. Yeah. Young Lou. Famous? Generally people without the mole is will gross young. Yeah, so he's young woman. then a way to put me on the spot and I'm gonNA. Go Blank then of. Beautiful Magnolia. And then there is. one of our swimmers named after Rodway Hicks, Yup, and then there is. David Google. ACT UP. There are. Not Let me. Let me. And so we'll get to your living. Baker play. Banca boys brought. Claiming Baker Boys. Rats! Tonight just. So that's awesome, and so you grew up on country or did you grow of country or where best serve the fast? He is my life. Yes, I was born in Nulla, Mboya Guards, NS. Chris couple years yet I grabbed them country and then moved away. Sydney lived in Cape York for a little while Hammer. Throw a little while, and then yes, settled in woolen garments. White, said Hey. Yeah. Yeah sometimes I am. Did that confused with town? So when people say Cape York I think Capetown for some reason that it sounds like every. Interesting. so you went to Sydney? What I do sort of move across the Sydney again. So I think it was about. Three or four? Then we moved to Willin Gong for a little bit. MOMS wrecking while and then moved up yet. kept lived in Cullen a few years. And then from there to camera for a couple of years and then which was. Unite Complete different last Dosso in Kirkland. Coming home for lodge didn't wish as a school uniform. And then went straight to icy, cold camera and I was like. What is of this? Army went to Campbell Shales like Oh this is camera you know is not what I expected. And so being away from country were able to keep language, tax or young lewd language is yes I'm not I'm not I'm not fluent, but I do understand some language and yet definitely so I'm one of seven I'm the baby of seven kids and. Yes I definitely unit still strong connections to talk time with my family, and from yeah, we just got back from a trip. Thing yet. Backup harm, which is sir, good? it was a bit crazy because everything going on, but it was yeah, it was good. Yeah, was it Rahm while we're talking about on country was any cases. Up In a land that bowl. What was? The response coronavirus. Yeah It was actually. Once, you were said that was all buyers. Security laws say obviously we had to quarantine because we crossed the border, and that was something that new but we will going for family. Reasons was essential traveled
Southwest Freeway closed after fatal wreck involving big rig in Houston
"A fatal accident involving a big rig that closes all the outbound lanes of the southwest freeway at near the beltway and that's going to continue to be closed off until some investigation work is that completed so do avoid that area to kia and we got an accident also working on the west EE southbound ramp to the southwest freeway and one near magnolia after fourteen eighty eight at FM one forty nine it's affected both sides I could you let into the Gulf because windows dot com twenty four hour traffic
Our Big Move Is Officially Underway (& We Have Some Predictions)
"Everything has gone according to plan or at least mostly according to plan we should be in Florida by the time. You are hearing this this past sharing John Though sitting in Richmond recording this. Because we're trying to be responsible and get an episode together just in case stuff. It's the fan when we get to learn and we don't have an Internet connection and can't go to podcast. We don't know what's going to happen so we're just covering our base. Yeah I figure even if everything goes smoothly with getting the Internet connected and stuff like that. Just general unpacking and getting settled may make it tough to get an episode out this week so we figured let's get one ready just in case so we are in Richmond still recording this. This is a serious head. Pass John and Jerry. Enrichment record this episode so next episode we should hopefully have some updates about how Florida is and all that stuff and obviously you can always check in for more real time things on our instagram or instagram's stories. I don't know who is watching my stellar peony update where every day. I went outside and filled by peonies waiting for them to open. That's all news. That's Richmond News. It really is. I wonder what will be the equivalent of that maybe in my white big huge flowers on the Magnolia trees which right now do not have any flowers. But I'm going to be on Magnolia. Flower Watch in Florida. Because that's what stories demands of me. I give the people what they want. Okay it's me eating blocks of cheese and filming flowers and videos of Burger. Which I we'RE GONNA learn. We can do in any state right. I'll travel well and I realize I should have clarified earlier. When I said our next episode will be recorded in Florida. That next episode is going to be in two weeks on June. First because next week is Memorial Day. We had planned to take off originally when we had like plans back in early. Two Thousand Twenty before we knew it was to happen. Yes but we figured we're still going to take off because I'm sure we could use the time to get more settled in Florida and stuff like that so we will be back with a new episode on June first. Yes and I've been getting so many messages from people who are like. Are you going to go away for the summer? I love that you spend time with your family totally respect that you guys need a break from the podcast Blah Blah Blah but. Please don't leave us rate as you move into the house in Florida because we're GonNa WanNa know all the stories. We completely agree. We took the summer off previously. Because we like spending that time with their kids in managing the duplex. Obviously everything is different. Now don't have the duplex. There's at home learning so the kids are around all the time now anyway and so. Our plan is to continue recording throughout the summer. There might be a moment where we decide to take like a four week break sometime in August. Maybe but please don't anticipate that will come back on June. I only to say we're taking the rest of June July and August off. That is definitely not the plan. I know that you guys enjoy the podcast. Even just in a day it is. We also enjoy the structure of recording the podcast each week. And I'm sure I'm going to have so many things to tell you okay. We'll speaking of. Which do you have any guesses for what those stories might be like? Do you have any predictions for what are move will be like Ooh? I like predictions of the future. Okay so I think we will still have lots of boxes to pack even though we will have lived there for. I don't know probably a week by the time. This is heard who knows. But I think that's a pretty safe prediction. I know that's very safe. Maybe one of our appliances will break. That's so funny. You said that I had that same worry because we are using the existing appliances that were in the kitchen came with the house. They conveyed and they're kind of an assortment I would say yes our washer and dryer going to be new. But we're GONNA have an old fridge and all dishwasher and old stove so I do have a slight panic that we'll get their load the dishwasher and then go to run it be like. Oh this is shooting water everywhere. I also feel like something is going to be weird about the first night there because our plan is to drive one full day way. Says it's like twelve hours and fifteen minutes but you know there's going to be stops in there to get gas and go to the bathroom and the bags faithfully and like a safe zone. Not In the shoulder. Yes we do. Lose an hour or gain in our. We're going back in time zone. So we're in the eastern time zone now. We're going to end up central so that will help us a little bit. Yeah my goal is to leave really really really early. In the morning. Kids might sleep for the first part of it will just feel bright eyed and bushy tailed. Because it's hard for us to sleep in on a very exciting day anyway and then it gives us a slight chance of making it there while it's still light because I have this vision of the kids seeing the house for the first time in running all around the magic of the light streaming in and them seeing they're really cool vaulted ceilings. And I want them to see the special trees. I want to go out on the deck with them on the second floor at the birds like I want light. I think your expectations of it higher than mine. I will just be happy if we get there with enough energy to get everything out of the car and inside and like the beds made for the first night like that is my bar ran by Benz. You mean matches on the floor exactly. It's very low bar. Do you remember in our second house how we slept on a mattress on the floor for a long time and then suddenly very over it like it was fine for a while and then we got to this point where we were like. We can't live like this. Well we keep thinking here now in Richmond like we should really get our beds ordered so when we get there we can set up the beds quickly. But we're just having trouble making the decision about beds from afar like there's a few we like but every time we get close to the checkout button. Let's just wait and look at things in person and make sure this is right. I don't know why we're having that hang up this time around but I think we want to get it right and not get the wrong bed and so just feels a little bit risky to do it before we're actually there. Yeah I think it's mostly in the kids rooms because in our room. We know we're just going to have like a regular old queen size bed. It's what we've always had truthfully king size bed wouldn't even fit on wall and we're fine. We've been in a queen for so long. When people say is a queen too small I always say dude reached to sheriff. Full Queen is big for us but we know our bed and the placement of our bad. We even have little outlets on either side of the bed for the night tables. It's just our kids rooms. That were totally unsure about because they have a lot of ideas we want to give them a lot of freedom in their spaces there have been moments. Our Son has said he wants a bunk bed and other moments. He really wanted a bed with drawers under and gone into detail for about fifteen minutes about what he's going to win the doors so we're going to get there see if it makes sense in his room to put it against a certain wall and same for our daughter's room it's like we're not quite sure which wall we're GONNA use what we're gonNA put where so. We're just going to wait to get there. I feel like we'll have a better result if we're patient but we definitely tempted to just make a decision so that it's one less thing to do but I'm just trying to hold off for the benefit of the better outcome and faster outcome weight but going back to your prediction about something weird happening the first night. Are you saying like the smoke alarm? Goes off or like in the house not possum. There would be a sign. No I think just like one of the mattresses doesn't arrive or like it takes a lot longer. It's like unfold. Fill up like half predicting an uncomfortable first night sleeping there which I think is partially me just being John. We're caring for the worst trying to set my expectations so I don't put them to. Hi John is always worry about. Something is and I'm always like it'll be fine. It'll be fine and you know what half the time he's right and half the time right. Well you know it's GonNa be a long day. I'm not getting myself that we're going to be getting up earlier. We driving a lot and so I think it is a day would be nice to have a very comfortable bed to sleep in that night and I'm just trying to brace myself. Might not be comfortable for the first night. I feel like that day is going to be so exciting. Even though it's going to be a long drive I can already picture the like thousands of conversations. We're going to be having as we go down and things we see out the window and stuff we're looking forward to and like I don't know I just think it will become real that day. It'll be so exciting for the kids that day and like actually a lot of people ask me if we wanted to stay like in an interim place like there are actually a few homes in our neighborhood that we've learned through the realtor and other people are vacant and we could stay in them not like an AIRBNB. They're like someone secondary residence but nobody is traveling right now for that. And so our realtor very sweetly was like. Do you want me to organize a way that you could like. Stay in. Someone's home for a few nights just to like get settled and get your beds up and make sure the dishwasher works and all this stuff and I just couldn't bring myself to do it because I keep thinking of the magic of that day of our kids like getting in the car in our house in Richmond and then like getting there and the memories are of going from our old house to our new
2020 Gerber baby is first adopted baby chosen for campaign
"Gerber has announced that its twenty twenty spokes baby is selected from an applicant of more than three hundred twenty seven thousand infants here CBS news correspondent Matt Piper not only is baby Bagnoli adorable she's the first adopted baby chosen for the iconic campaign magnolia Earl from Ross California was chosen as the winner of the company's tenth annual photo search competition for her joyful expression playful smile and warm engaging gaze the company says her story quote serves
Farm animals are being rented out to crash video calls
"One day last week the planet money team started off. Its Day just like a ton of businesses around the country with an early morning. Goto meeting video call waiting to take attendance. It doesn't look like we have enough squares. There was all of the usual video meeting hijinks. That have become pretty familiar by now. One Guy was on mute there were baby sightings and newly adopted puppies running around in the background. Some light breakfast banter. What are you eating chocolate ice cream for breakfast? 'cause I hope you know it's much more load than that. This is so homemade. She assumed pudding with chocolate. But about halfway through the meeting Greg. Rozanski who writes our newsletter noticed. Something strange there was a new attendee at our meeting. Zor go go what Google Drake was not hallucinating. There wasn't fact a real life grown lasko with gnarly horns stringy goatee standing inside his own little box in the corner of our Goto meeting. This is nate with Goto meeting. No really absolutely having a turn my camera around. If that's possible neat sole Peter popped into our meeting. He's the executive director of the nonprofits sweet farm foundation which is an animal sanctuary in northern California. Just to describe what we're seeing layer mate is standing in a beautiful open. Green pasture introducing us to this cast of animals that might better be described these days as the talent Magnolia she's Adore Cal zillow armor. This visit Palko so as of a couple of months ago sweet farm was making its money by hosting corporate groups at the farm so like these silicon valley tech executives would show up and volunteer and spend the day getting their hands dirty. But as the pandemic put those bookings on indefinite hold nate and his fellow sweet farm workers at to figure out a new way to make things work in one of their board members suggested that companies now suffering through all these increasingly monotonous zoom calls might pay the farm to spice things up a bit. Maybe offer if you animal cameos so we all we all kind of laughed and we were like like. There's no reason why we shouldn't try this so the next day go to meeting had its first booking and need says things just kind of blew up after that. Many goats are going to meetings these days. We we've done well over one hundred meetings at this point We have several hundred on the books moving into June. And it's become so popular that we've actually opened up a booking two other sanctuaries because we alone couldn't scale The demand prices range from sixty dollars for small groups all the way up to seven fifty forty VIP tour and it says that at at this point sweet farm is actually making slightly more money than they did last year at this time but we do expect you know the natural spike in tale of demand. So what will be seen as just how long the tail lasts whether or not that will carry us through the entire season. Can you make a make the goat noise? If THEY WANNA make noise they will definitely make the goal is to Goto. Meeting call makes the goat noise and we can try to. That's a great idea. I'd turn on the school groups do to do that.
Officials find 17 bodies in NJ nursing home morgue built to hold 4
"Much we're gonna continue on that health right with a CBS news investigation that reveals a corona virus has been especially deadly for one of America's most vulnerable populations as people in nursing homes in a disturbing new development we're learning in over one facility in New Jersey put seventeen bodies in a morgue that was only big enough for for Jonathan vaguely ani reports on these nation wide concerns the Canterbury rehabilitation and healthcare center in Richmond Virginia is one of the hardest hit facilities in the country medical director Jim Wright has lost forty five residents we have been fighting a battle with covert nineteen for the past months now and it is a battle that at times we feel we're losing it's a grim scene repeated across the nation prompting governors in several states including Massachusetts and Florida to deploy the National Guard to run tests experts say the lack of mandatory testing for residents and employees staffing issues and a shortage of personal protective equipment are the biggest problems in nurse sherry Martinez asked us not to identify the California nursing facility where she works one thing that I've been doing is getting garbage bags but I'm over my arms federal officials are also facing criticism for not publicly tracking infections and deaths in these facilities we've reached out to every state but only got complete data from nineteen we also included county data and information from facilities themselves officials confirmed more than thirty five thousand seniors and staff have tested positive more than fifty seven hundred have died it sounds like our most vulnerable the elderly are sitting ducks in these facilities there are people who work there are the most underpaid I used to call the ugly stepsisters of the health care industry because we don't pay enough attention we don't pay the nurse's aides enough some employees presumably fearing for their own safety are refusing to come to work last week at the magnolia rehabilitation and nursing center in riverside California only one nursing assistant showed up forcing the county to evacuate eighty four residents Donna Reno's husband don was a patient there ambulances lined up ready to you know take everyone out and you know get them out of that facility Dan Marino tested positive and he's now running a fever let's have to hang in there and you know hopefully everything will be good for everybody and we know tells me after her husband was evacuated from this facility and actually took a more than a day to locate him she had to call the police department the centers for Medicare and Medicaid which oversees nursing homes says it is now working with the CDC to increase reporting but how they will do so and what numbers will be made public at this point unclear meanwhile Anthony we will continue to make those calls state by
West Seattle Bridge to remain closed, may not be fixable
"Start start start looking looking looking up up up alternative alternative alternative routes routes routes the the the west west west Seattle Seattle Seattle bridge might never re open the bridge was closed March twenty third after dangerous cracking was discovered vehicle it's from the bridge we have seen that the cracks continue to grow but at a slower rate than before this is good news in that it confirms our decision to immediately remove traffic jams in Bab way with the Seattle department of transportation says the cracking is a result of a failed lateral bearing that's putting significant stress on the rest of the bridge this point engineers don't even know if it can be repaired the ninety year old magnolia bridge needs replacing last year the city said there wasn't enough money to pay for a new bridge so now now they're they're waiting waiting for for proposals proposals that that would would cost cost anywhere anywhere from from two two hundred hundred to to four four hundred hundred million million dollars dollars a a full full replacement replacement would would require require money money from from the the state state or or federal federal government government
West Seattle Bridge Closure: SDOT releases inspection reports, including 'could lead to collapse in the near future' warning
"Mike what what is going on with the west Seattle bridge well nothing actually at this point I guess they get the short story depending on your perspective what is going on is it's closed yeah what's also going on is that the cracks which looked bad and they had been talking about for a few months and they were deciding to fill them with the proxy which I think is not so much structural as keeps it from decaying more would keep it from decaying more and then it so they'd we're doing another inspection to sort of do a full assessment to figure out what they needed to do at least might that's my understanding inspection and then found out it was in danger of collapse and that's when they pulled up that set everyone off the bridge immediately which crates to what mean let's set aside transportation problems let's set aside light rail construction yeah you know planning potential it also it creates hazards above and below right I mean it's not all right just what it's going to drop people to it's going to what is falling upon now and this is a problem the bridge was built in eighty one roughly speaking after for tiger freighter ran into the old bridge and it needed to be mothballed will not muffled the completely dismantled and so it's a forty year old bridging the magnolia bridge is I think fifty years older than that still going this one is a little bit of a problem design it carries so much weight because the Spanish so long it's been essentially cracking under its own weight at least that's the way it was described to me it still doesn't seem to me to be very old for a bridge yeah in risk of collapsing right so I don't know what the what they're going to do about that but I do know that it's going to take more than just a couple of lane closures some a proxy in the cracks it looks like it's going to take something much more steel support based similar to actually what they had to do for the magnolia bridge post post earthquake disqualifier quake they had to they closed it and then shored it up with a lot of steel a lot of balls you can see them if you ever go underneath the bridge that was posted squalid wake my guess is at a minimum you're going to have to do something like this here but I think they're still in the process of doing an engineering assessment it is are you like somebody posted on the west Seattle blog which has been doing a good job posting all the government documents office as someone said good time to invest in an electric bike load the thing if you're going into town and low that thing on the on the water taxi because that's going to be a route into downtown unless you've got the low bridge or you've got the back route and both of those ways are not or I guess if you're your own boat owner that that's another another option I suppose they did S. dot released these inspection reports about cracks in the bridge and they go back to twenty thirteen and in the twenty thirteen report they they say quote the cracking does influence long term durability why I can't understand why this wasn't a bigger deal yeah I mean I think that in some cases I don't know I mean I neither of us writes a road engineers sure structural engineers and so it's hard for me to say if you want to err on the upside these were these big structures like that do crap like that and you do have a pretty what broad window many times on when you want to fix it the cracks on this one accelerated pretty rapidly even from they're recommending the same procedure one month earlier right literally one month earlier they're recommending let's just repair this thing we need to do a repair schedule when they did the inspection the final inspection which was supposed to set that repair schedule except in because it we had it progressed far more than they expected so someone's analysis at some point obviously was wrong how much blame you have to put on S. daughter this when this thing being unusual right we
"magnolia" Discussed on Plant Of The Week
"Soil and Mulch delivered right to your door. Big Yellow Bag Your Garden Brad. You're plant so the week with a plan for the week mark. We started off with one of my little favorites and it is one that can be. Oh let's just say a shock in two ways. One that started to come into flower just a few flowers. Poking around on it on Wednesday a few more on Thursday and yesterday in full bloom it is called Star Magnolia. I'd probably have mentioned it before because it's such a beauty when we can enjoy it by that meaning. It is not uncommon for us to have a freeze heavy frost. Whatever RIGHT WE'LL MATT? Rascal is in. Its great beauty. But there's nothing much closer to the color of weight and the driven snow then on a star Magnolia or on most now star Magnolia has many cultivars and there are some into the pinks and reds. There's no question about it but the ones I enjoy. Stand out against the beginnings of a little sprouts on other things They put on a show. That is significant. I've mentioned in the last several weeks. The comedian Jerry Dogwood. Well it is still in color but now it pales towards things like star Magnolia. It's a plant that I have used in many ways as its own specimen as well as house corners on a well on a home and so on. It's a ten to twenty foot grower. Now if you let it go for four fifty years it'll be the twenty fourth but it's very easily maintained at eight to ten feet. Because it's a slow grower usually just a significant array of white at this time of year and it Well as they say. It's reminiscent of a driven snow which we didn't have much of this winter. That's good there is one in particular And many growers have different. Well it's probably thirty. Different cultivars but the one. I love and most reliable in Snow White is Royal Star. So that's a plant that use a tree. It's a little fatty if you will you leave it alone never print. It's going to be pretty much on the wrong side. I have usually send them out. Made them a little bit more vertical and worked with them this time of year in particular Right after I can tell what's GonNa Flower and what's not I will do some little bit of printing but I usually wait till I follow the this. Podcast has been to you by big yellow bag now. Just picture at spring has sprung the Birds Chirping. But your garden is in some need of. Tlc where.
"magnolia" Discussed on Movie Crush
"We'll talk about this with punch drunk love but like that is not a permission that is granted forever right and yet you look punchdrunk love and you think that that casting is a risk. The story is not mainstream The people who love that movie love that a lot. I'M ONE OF THEM. And then he somehow turns that into. There will be blood not exactly a return to mainstream. It's almost like like he keeps adding middle fingers to people who bankroll has projects. Like if you if you think that was difficult how about how about how about inherent vice like he keeps doubling and tripling down on this Steph in a way that I really admire. Yeah I do too. It's interesting though. Because he he started making films where there was no body to root for it all. Yeah and and it's interesting. Because he made these. He's family obsessed We talked about that a lot and boogie nights. In this film. There is The almost Duplicate Story Of Two TV hotshots Jason Robards and And Jimmy Gator In gator who have both have children they're estranged from in both abused them And our and don't have relationship with at all so yeah. It's it's weird that he went with. I mean he's got a family thing in a dad thing for sure that is weird that he put. He felt the need to put two of those in this movie. Yay thought so too I mean and they both hit incredibly hard for their own reasons. There's like the gators are so interesting to me like like you and I talked a lot about in boogie nights. There's so many lines we use. Socially there are Magnolia lines that I use socially like. I don't know if you have any of those but like I'm fucking hammered. Burt is really. Yeah like. Are you drinking as fast as I can? They all seem to belong to Jimmy. Gator which is the worst. Because he's one of the most loathsome characters in the movie but he has such great lines and because it's Philip Baker Hall like their imbued with like the most gravitas. I know and you know what it's a character you wanna like. Because he's old dying icon yeah And then the big Gut Punch is is the Reveal the and I was about to say possible molestation but I think his his saying I don't know what happened. Is You know There are so many there's so many minor characters in this movie that you can't even call minor characters because rose gator gets a centerpiece seen in this movie. Melinda Dillon so great. She's so incredible when when she goes off on him when when he can't say but not being able to say is the indictment you deserve to die alone she says is such a and she's great. I'm just a door. Melinda Dillon Edgy. To yeah she does. She does so much and he He gave her such a plum. Even though it's small you can still have like a great role even though it small just massive. She's so good in this movie and and so many of the smaller pirates are they're fully realized. Yeah yeah this may be a while because now I'm starting to think of the cast the the Great Ricky Jay is the narrator of that whole great beginning sequence the book Amtrak around but man. Those book ends he takes full. I mean between the book ends and the The kind of boogie nights esque Montage setting everyone up. It's it's seventeen minutes into the film before narrative action gets going. It's so is I mean the setup take so long but it's so satisfying to because the stories are so good like it story within story we get our three four the preamble. And then we're into to putting our game pieces on the board and that lasts for a good fifteen minutes understanding where everyone is on the board and what their motivations are and it's it's so beautifully done and it's not I feel like a lesser person's hands. This would feel hack like. You're you're being told you being signaled that this is a film about a thing and in saying that. I am saying that the preamble does that in Magnolia. But it's not it doesn't. It's so well told it's almost as if the quality of the story is being told in the preamble. Forgive any element of being hack at all and by the time. You're two hours into this. The preamble is so far in the past. You're not really even processing that until until the epilogue until it comes back for sure and you're right like he. He does that thing. That sort of amateurish. Filmmakers can do which is. Here's the theme of the film but it works. Use Dictionary says coincidence is but that's what he does is very began. He basically like this is a movie. About how chance and coincidence don't happen yeah And and you know he could've I guess if you're looking to cut things. He used three stories at the beginning. Product could could've come with two. Maybe but but that pattern of threes is something that Paul Thomas Anderson does all the time. There's always a rule of threes for him. Yeah that's true and that in the in the opening narration to with Ricky Jay. That yeah this cannot be one of those things. This please cannot be that strange happen all the time. And then that needle. Drop with Amy Man. So great man. What a great fucking opening. Hey I love it so much. There's I mean ricky. Jay should've should've had a more developed career. As a voiceover artist he should be. He should have been the number one voice over artist for the last forty years. Yeah he's incredible in this absolutely and you know he gets just kind of a small part is Guess what does he like? The producer of Jimmy gator show. Yeah Yeah yeah the. He's I mean but who is better than him at taking a little and making it a lot. There's so much weight into in his relationship between him and Philip Baker Hall like you don't know their relationship at all but when when Jimmy gator steps to the curtain and they're together before he goes out you know everything about their relationship at that point. Yeah Yeah for sure. And he does that. Mean he takes such great care with a small roles like there's never a throwaway We already talked about Henry Gibson. Prob- maybe a little bit of a non to Nashville Alfred Molina as Solomon Solomon Man. That great little seen that he has. He's just so great at playing the sort of ambiguously ethnic dude. He's great in that scene but I wanNA nominate the guy standing over his shoulder as the. You don't need braces. Downey like like the Guy Hugest. He's he's Jimmy. Two Times with the repetition of everything solvents elwyn is saying. It's so great and you get the feeling that you don't need braces. Not because like you shouldn't do that. He's saying it almost like with the tone of you look great. Yeah yeah he's he's encouraging April grace as gwen. Aveer the interviewer. Tj mackey has so good in this movie and she's just so like I think she she's so easily overlooked agreeing. That role you know and think about the compositions with her because that scene is all about getting closer and closer and closer like we start out wide with TJ mackey. And he's like doing this karate kicks in his underwear like like. We're getting two shots with them and then that entire sequences like about getting closer to Tom Cruise closer to April grace as whenever and and she has to be Tom Cruise's equal. She has to go toe to toe with him in that scene. And that is a huge challenge that she rises too and succeeds at. She's amazing in this movie. She does it. Yeah because it's not only Tom. Cruise which is intimidating. Enough as as a You know she was a young actor at the time But it's Tom. Cruise like chewing fucking dialogue and scenery in the most overtop over the top. Sorta Tom Cruise Way. That you could be as Frank Tj mackey. An and. I'm sure he that was part of the I'm sure that was part of the VIBE. In those scenes was the intimidation of Frank. Tj mackey is the same intimidation. Tom Cruise brings in there in the room. It's so interesting. That like all of the the verbal lessons that he teaches in that seminar. Are things that you can hear. He and doc and Captain Murphy use when they talk to anyone else like he's using this coded language with her through all those scenes and those and his two handlers are doing the same thing. Yeah Yeah it's sort of like worked on a TV commercial with Michael Bay once. And how have you told me the story of man commercial in the elevator though? Chevy trucks thing I. I've I've got some great stories from that job. It was like a two week thing all over California. It was great but it's the same way. There's like this culture. That is set the same way that Frank Mackie's organization runs on like Michael Bay job and it starts with that top asshole and and works. Its way down to everybody. Yeah I'll tell you some stories at some point remind when we're at the Foxfire Room. I really. I can't wait for that. It's going to be awesome but let's talk quickly about Before we talk about Tom Cruise specifically who you and I are. I mean. It's weird to say fans because I'm so weird it out in anti scientology but you and I are both fans of. Tom Cruises work the same way in that way there are there are unfortunate aspects being. Tom Cruise Fan. But I am like you. I will go see every Tom Cruise film and I think he's a fucking hell of an actor but he. Yeah it's so misogynistic this seduce and destroy seminar but I know you and I know your sense of humor and there are so many things that I know that Paul Thomas Anderson meant to be wrongly funny about about this seminar right. Here's a couple of them. One of the slides. I don't know if it was a slider. Yeah I think it was one of the slides from his. His book was how to turn that friend into a sperm receptacle. Yeah just the worst fucking thing. You could imagine like so disturbing. It's it's almost an exercise in. If you were to pull that back into like make it half disgusting. It would be worse like you almost need to press that all the way into ten out of ten in order to come around to the other side of that being laughable. Oh absolutely like he has to be and it's gross to watch but he has to be the most like disgusting misogynist and it has to be a room full of.
"magnolia" Discussed on Movie Crush
"What were you feeling physically during those moments like like this is such a visceral film? It's so much more visceral than most other films and most other Paul Thomas Anderson films like four. It's three hour runtime like I can't remember Getting more chills or like holding back sobs or or all of the like that. That frog thump is one of them but like the chills of the like the ambulance going through the intersection and the and the rain of frogs like moving from background to foreground is such an amazing like there are ten parts of the frog. Seeing that are amazing but like that individually is incredible. The tilting of the ambulance on its side So cool is so cool although I will say last night for the very first time in as many times as I've seen this when I was watching that scene an ambulance is driving. I was like fucking stop. Yeah Yeah like. Hit the brakes dude and just stop there so close to the hospital like standing instinct to keep going. I guess that was it. I mean is an ambulance and they do have a sick. You know an overdose Julian more in the back. The CINERAMA and Seattle had a one thousand nine hundred nine film festival late Nineties Film Festival. And I think I mentioned this when we were talking about boogie nights. But like this is a great theater in Seattle that programs mini-festivals around dates like this and I got to see Magnolia again in the theater. Oh Nice and I will say well because I need to say. I can't just praise the CINERAMA IN SEATTLE. They did a terrible thing in firing a bunch of their employees and closing the theater for remodeling in a way that before the pandemic was disgusting awful and like all the employees there are are great and and I missed the idea of them working in that great theater like full. Stop that needs to be said. I didn't that but to see that movie in a in a theater like the Cinerama was such a treat and the sound of those frogs was so special because that single thump was huge. But also like when when Jimmy. Gator is holding the gun to his head. And you cut to the exterior of the single frog falling through the sky. You get that little mayor through the air. It's it's falling through the skylight. There were so many little biddy touches with the FROG STUFF. when after After John C Reilly helps bill. Macy returned the money. And there's at the very end of the film understanding there. There's they both slipped a couple of times. Yeah and when the car starts to back out at Canada's that it kind of like Shimmy is a little bit because the slipping on those fucking frog. Miami's little details so cool my low key. One of my favorite characters in this whole movie is is Donny's neighbor. The Old Lady who borrows the car from all us all you get is her her Donnie. Oh down a garage. That's totally totally sparse. It's a ladder and that car and it has mint condition. Yeah I I love her and I love that car. Yeah it's interesting if you if you cut any storyline bill macy's would probably be on the chopping block for me more than any other. But I that's not saying I'd I WANNA lose it but I feel the same way you know. It's got the lease crossover. I guess but I thought it was pretty brilliant having this grownup version of Stanley essentially and like a as a sort of nod to what Stanley might become. There's something so aggressive about how Henry Gibson's character treats him in that Bar Lake Man. They're so great. There are so many scenes of of interpersonal drama and conflict and all of them are like so concentrated and distilled and like the Henry Gibson. Stuff is there's not that many scenes with him and bill macy together but now but they are absolutely sword fighting at that bar. Oh Yeah Yeah over. The the braces brace tooth bartender. I can't sit on the breakfast in America album without thinking this movie. Goodbye Stranger Man. It's right there it's great. You know what actually now that I think of it. Dude you and I. Next time I come to L. A. AM allowed to travel to L. A. And I can hug your neck. We are going to go get drinks at the foxfire repress village. Have you done that already? Now I've never been there but the bar My my my main hang in La. When I lived in Los Villas was the drawing room. Yeah I don't know if you've been there before but have room with came out I that doesn't surprise me by the way When the drawing or when the when Magnolia came out and that scene in the bar started I was like. That's fucking drawing room. Yeah and it's very much laid out the same way but upon further likes Dan Harmon's like local that's his that's his local. Dror. Yeah he's in there all the time. Oh Really Yeah Oh nice. Some friends and I went to drawing room like baco revisiting. La Like we knew to seek it out really and we spend an entire day. They're just getting fucking and and like taking over that Juke Dude. The drawing room was great. I was I live like a mile down the road and that that was my hang. We were there all the time Open today M I know on it says on the sign in. It's got a little quick story about that too. I was doing laundry two doors down in that little shopping centre whatever. That's where I did my laundry and I did laundry. Wedneday at ten A. M. Maybe Nine A. And I thought I'm going to go to the drawing room just to see yeah at nine. Am and I went over there and it's exactly what you think it was like and we should say to. The drawing room has no windows nine. Am feels like one in the morning. As far as they're concerned that door opens chain. Yeah you know that that jarring thing when a window bar during the day the door opens and ask. Yeah but there were there. Were like the four regular drunks This guy named Henry. I think he's still around even was there and then there was like three Bros. Up from the night before. Still going at it then. That's WHO's there at nine in the morning. That's the clientele that's the clientele. But you know like a a lay person might be listening to these stories and thinking like this. Isn't the place for them. It may be like dangerous sounding or like they might be unwelcome but I think you you degree that there is no place a more welcoming than the drawing room. No it's great. I get like some scary bar dope fucking tourists. Don't be a jerk an idiot but like you can go to the drawing room and have a great time and enjoy it for its many pleasures. It's it's great. Yeah those old Frolic room obviously is another one. These old L. A. Bars with the big Buttoned pleasure booths and And the and the bars that have the pleasure around the outside of it so sad check because like not to make this about me but the but the pandemic has really stunted my la experience. Like I I was excited. They're excited to come down here and like basically live in vinyl booths for months and months and I haven't gotten my booths so sorry man you'll you'll get your busse boost with you. I hope so I hope so. L. As a big character in this movie right. Oh I mean yeah I this is a and I look forward to To him getting back to that like I've loved. He did boogie nights. He did hard eight. He did this What was right. I O punchdrunk. Love Right which. Unfortunately we already did. So we'RE GONNA have to skip that one. We are not skipping that by the way. Are we going to do it again? If you want me to keep doing this series we do all of them holding the series hostage all right fair enough. We'll do it again you Tony Hale will have to go at it as to. Who's up I was at that live. Sketch fest show with Tony Hale. I saw that show. I Love Punch drunk love. I'm not gonNA step on any toes there. We'll go in a different direction I promise. Oh No I'm sure you can't go in the Tony Hill Direction. You know what's interesting is that you can find the boogie nights house on the map. But you can't find Jason Robards Taus for Magnolia like I really looked for this house and I can't find it does show the exterior a little bit like you. See It's doorstep and then I guess you see Julianne Moore driver Mercedes and the garage. I guess you don't see too much of it. It's exterior now that you mention it but I just wondered if it was a stage. Wow I wonder if it was so I'm looking at his filmography knocks out. I couldn't remember what came after punchdrunk. there will be blood. He took a five year break so he he does. My point was he. He's he did these fully L. A. Valley movies. Yeah and then went in a really different direction. Career-wise yeah with there will be blood and then the next one was The master Jesus. I can't wait till we do that when I haven't. I've only saw that once you about. That's going to be a four hour show for us. You know what movie I have. Not even seen inherent vice. That is the only Paul Thomas Anderson Paul Thomas Anderson Film. I'm see I've seen once. I never saw dude I got. I heard bad things from enough people to where I made a conscious choice to not like ruin one of my favorite filmmakers but have since heard from other people like no dude. See Inherent Vice like you've got to. I'm reluctant I'm resistant to really going all in on. Pta's adaptations like. I want him to keep writing and producing his own. Movies like adaptation. I wanted to see him and I want to see him do his voice. What else did he adapt? No I'm talking about about that film about Eric Geiss leg. You made more than one like I don't. He's he's so capable and I understand. Yeah don't even do it. I understand if you're him like it's got a feel good to just take a breath and adapt something and and do it for the challenge like now holding that against him at all but like as a consumer of his work. I have my preferences and I'm sure you do too. Yeah absolutely You know only saw there will be blood once now that I think about it as well really yes. Just one time He. He started making really challenging films. It's going to be a good one wrong at all you know. I wonder I wonder where that comes from. Because you get Magnolia and you get carte blanche you get the whole thing.
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"Try to make that happen. We'll meet up Miramar and perfect. I mean that's just a short drive for me. You're doing all the work. That's not fair in a world where everyone is confined to their homes. Society begins its largest been watched to date in the hallowed library of who perhaps on a shelf of DVD's you haven't looked at in a decade is a show that perfectly encapsulates life in the early arts and launched a friendship that inspire millions. Hi I'm Zach Braff and I'm Donald Phase in two thousand one. We start in scrubs a Sitcom that revealed a glimpse of what it was like to survive medical internship as Turk and J D. We explored Geilo nearly twenty years later. A lot has changed. We're not superman. But we're still best friends given a mandatory lockdown. There's no better time to relive the series that brought us together in the first place. And we're doing it with a podcast. That's right people. We're going to bring friends and crew members and fellow cast members and writers. And guess what we're going to even invite some of you to call into the podcast and ask all the questions you want the entire secret heart staff join us for fake doctors. Real friends on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. And wherever you get your podcasts all right well let's talk about Magnolia this is our obviously the continuation of our PT Anderson Series that we're doing I know that you know a lot of this stuff but for the benefit of the listener that was. I read a little bit of the Trivia and after boogie nights He had a lot of Currency in Hollywood such that Michael Deluca Executive big big shot executive back then came along and said I don't need to read a word you have final cut and carte blanche for whatever you want to do next. And this was what he made. It's insane to think about anyone getting that in the late nineties but it makes sense in his twenties. Still you know. He was like late twenties when he made this one. I really love that. Paul Thomas Anderson had the wherewithal to not be like a real feel like a lot of this. They're like a really really nice. You don't have to do that. Lake Lake. Let's work collaboratively on this on this project but that he had the wherewithal to go like I know this is rare air. No one gets this deal. I'm going to make exactly the movie I WanNa make and I'm GonNa have no one gives me notes. That's gotta be the ultimate. Oh totally and he said I think he said soon after he made it as a as a twenty nine or thirty year old whenever it was released that he said it was. This is the best movie that I'll ever make for better. For Worse. And then a couple of years ago an Ama and then again on Marc Maron. They're like well. What do you think now? Or what would you say to yourself? The young you about Magnolia and he said I would tell myself to chill the fuck out and cut twenty minutes so That's his take looking back on. It is a movie that it's twenty nine year old would make like Boogie. Nights was a movie a twenty five year old would make. I think that's a great point. I this was. This feels like there was the first film I ever saw. That made me feel smart as a filmgoer. How like what year was this? Nineteen Ninety Ninety nine ninety nine big movie year so Y- I mean the late ninety s chuck full of my favorite films ever. But this was this is when I had started going to college and taking film studies classes and then this drops in a theater and I just felt uniquely ready to see something like this and feel like it was for me. I didn't know movies like this could be made a by someone. Modern and I'm saying modern at the time that I saw it right right. You know it was. It was really significant like that. But I mean maybe we can save this for the end of the show but like what twenty minutes would you cut? It feels like you either. Cut An hour of this film or you cut nothing well. Yeah I mean you could make little trims throughout the whole thing to get it down ten to twenty minutes. Maybe or you could cut a an entire well. It's hard to cut a subplot. Because they're all so intertwined right. Yeah yeah they'll Landau. Bloom was cut out. Who are tell me about that. He played worm. I did not know that I knew that the I knew that the rap was written by Fiona Apple. Yeah the rats the little kids. I'm right yeah I did not know that that was Orlando Bloom. That's interesting way Orlando Bloom Orlando Bloom Right. Who's he was he? The parts of the Caribbean Guy. Legless NOT ENOUGH NOT ORLANDO. Bloom isn't to say that would that would be interesting. What a dumb shit. After twenty minute mark that the Whistle Orlando Jones of course Orlando Jones. Word Yeah that is that is casting. That makes more sense. Yeah yes so he got Orlando. Jones got cut out whole cloth and various other things like you know they cut some of Tj maquis like they had scenes of him out in the wild like wooing women in betting women And I think Some other stuff was cut that you know it was probably like a four and a half hour movie until he got down to. What like three ten I think relate. Yeah I mean this is a big meal of a film this is this is appetizer main salad and dessert. Like it's it's so much to take on and it's not a film that that I believe is diminished by taking it down and courses like that could pick it up and set it down like yeah. I don't think you need to do it all in one. Go to get what you need to get out of it and I and I do get a lot out of this film every I see it. Yeah I haven't seen it in a really long time and this is a movie that I Loved back then like I bought the soundtrack obviously will aimee Mann. Obviously did you get the score? I did not get the score. The score did you really. Wow John Bryan business soundtrack and I got The I bought the screenplay the like the book edition screenplay attitude. That hard bound book is bookshelf. Right now yeah and it was because it was such a this is when I was writing a lot more and I was in L. A. Or No actually. It wasn't almost la. But I was about to move to La to try and fucking right movies and like you said it's just such a like it's a screenplay if you're a writer that you WANNA go out and buy and read these monologues and there's a there's a language in the script I think like I get. I get a lot of enjoyment about out of reading Tarantino scripts to like. There's communication happening between script reader and script writer. That is more familiar than you. Typically get when you read anyone script just generally and that's that's why Magnolia gets the hard bound book treatment. Because if you were if you sit down and read it it feels more conversational than scripts usually are yet which is funny too. Because it's such a a righty movie you know So many parts of it like all the You know it is What is the line they said in the bar on Angels Children Yeah like these things. They have these random lines like that. That people would bark out. That's not believable. And how people talk at all yet but it but it works for the film like entirely. I think I think so too. Yeah I mean those things the things really stick out when you compare this film with a contemporary film like stuff that comes out twenty years later is not given the benefit of a line written for the sake of a well written line that this film gets to pull off because of its run time and because of its its final cut permission given to its writer director right. Yeah I mean So I saw a bunch of fucking times. I mean on the DVD Beckmann to And did not see it for man. I haven't seen this movie in a long time and I was a little worried that will it would have not have aged well in a way that That a movie from Nineteen Ninety nine might not quite that. I thought was just so amazing. Prado's can a little disappointed and I wasn't. I loved it all over again. I agree with you. I think I think the new line cinema logo is one of those ones that like when you go and re watch Miramax or a new line movie from the late nineties. I think it's a coin flip right now about about how a film ages. I think you're right and so I felt like I feel like I watched this film every year. For whatever reason but there is definitely a little bit of a flinch. When you see those logos pop up on screen like fuck is going to be like a Kevin Smith situation or is this going to be something that that lasts the test of time. Yes is going to be from dusk till dawn or is it is some of those out some of those movies. I love back then. Don't age super. Well now you're totally right In those studios might be the common thread. Yeah it's interesting. I mean at the time I ate them all up. I mean it feels like new line in ninety nine was the twenty four of today like in terms of consumption. Like I like that was almost my seal equality in certainly Miramax Yeah despite the the creep that ran that company yeah Miramax was always was like. Yeah it's gotTa be like a pretty good movie. Yeah not great. It's an interesting time to watch this movie. Because of its themes rate like the wire things happening yeah ness of it and how much that feeling pervades life right now for us and for everyone else? Yeah this is a movie that I'd never like. I was obsessed with it in a way but I never really like sat around and got stoned and thought about what it meant for reason and it and it's a movie that kind of begs you to do that in some ways but I didn't. I don't know why I just took it on. Its face value as big Sur hanging out with the lettuce donors at the time. Yeah new notes donors in nineteen ninety. Nine I just took it on at face value like almost a little more of a kind of a hippy. Dippy shortcuts or something like that. Yeah yeah like. There's a way to watch this film. I think at the time where you just let it go through you and then you go on about your day and then there's a type of personality that you just can't let it do that. There's the type of personality that goes back into the theater and sees it again and again because it's so dense that certainly there's something that I'm missing in these subsequent watches and that I think was my attitude with it when it came out I just had to rewatch it. Yeah I did too for sure but did you. Kind of delve into the like. What are the frogs meantime and like all these? You know all the symbolism in this different stuff were you just sort of along for the ride of this big epic sort of interwoven tale. I mean I was certainly curious about knowing whether or not there was a specific message that that was sending in it but every time I I thought that out it was a cast member it was like it was like Philip. Seymour Hoffman saying something like well. It's obvious to me and it should be obvious to everyone else that like the senselessness of life is equivalent to a rain of frogs. Like that's that's life like anything can happen anywhere and we shouldn't be surprised when things like this do and like reading enough interviews with big thinkers like that made you know. Set that question aside a little more like it's easy to make that the obsession of the thing because it's the it's the centerpiece of the film. But it's almost like if you can do that if you can. If you can actually ignore the frogs somehow. Yeah they're so much more here that's worth interrogation. Yeah I think I'm able to and always have been. I certainly was last night. And when the frogs come man. Is that first flunk on the windshield agreed? Sappington Harry. Yeah and it's weird. Yeah and the for and you can't. It's one of those movies where you want to remember what it was like the first time you were in a theater. Yeah you didn't know that was coming and the what the fuck -ness of it all But I never really explored too much what I thought it meant. I thought I thought it just worked as a thing you know did you. What were you feeling physically during those moments like like this is such a.
"magnolia" Discussed on Movie Crush
"I loved yen. Stabled it in like I don't know there may be something in how you die or when you die but like she kind of just disappeared. But you know I went and found that the fucking white What's it called the Arabian there? Oh Yeah Wow. I spent two days trying to find in. That's good that's time spent. I haven't I haven't I haven't thought to do that. But that's amazing. Was that a good riding horse. Yeah there's one area where hangs out up in the West Elizabeth where it's all cold and Mounteney? I'm not real good with the last. So you get you get like called the horse and now can just creep over very slowly and comet down and patent and patent it and then eventually you hop on and it bucks you and then you just do that a bunch. Wow until you got it. I gotTa admit I am am pretty pretty obsessed with my uniform assembling neath like like. I'm wearing a civil war hat for some reason I've got. I've got like white leather gloves. No one should wear leather gloves in the last emily. I'm sure lane to to like made fun of me a lot for how much care I put into my by hair facial hair my clothing there you cannot have enough ridge in red dead. Redemption fringe to the ground is what I think you need to have. Well what happened the genuine? How did you kill that horse? Train cliff I wrote off a cliff. Obviously feel like that's that's how all of my horses die is a cliff accident and the thing about riding a horse off of a cliff as sure you know is that it takes a long time you live. You live with the bouncing the balance of the rolling and then like finally. The horse falls into the river. That's obviously at the bottom of the cliff river and you slowly die. It's it's bad it's a really sad scene and I'm not that type of guy who will like save his game all the time in order to go back and like us a US a saved version of the game where genuine still alive. I like I like to play it. I like to play a real like where we're death actually a stakes so no totally except for the fact that you can't die as much as it hurts Genuine is dead forever That sucks the dumbest thing I ever did was I well. I did a few things that emily just every time she would watch me play like. I was reading a magazine. Let me ask you this issue watching you play all the time because you 'cause my wife hates it. She will not watch. She loved watching Sky Rim. She hates watching. Read did now. Emily kind of enjoyed it because it was pretty and it was. You know it's very beautiful game out nature like that but every time she watched I would fuck up and do dumb things and she would just laugh at me and does it feels good. God The dumbest thing ever did that was not in front of her. Accidentally pulled a gun on a train and it was one of those things where I put it right back and I was like. Why is it there button? We can go bad. Just kidding domain. Yeah I'll do that fucked everything up. I was toast. I really wish the gambling metrics were more substantial in that game because I feel like I could go into red dead and play poker for four hours. If it were a good bet that you played a lot of cards didn't you and the stakes are too low and the game. Yeah Yeah I WANNA play a high stakes game in red bed and to my knowledge one doesn't exist. I don't think so man you get in there and everyone's got like seven dollars. Yeah that's not even worth the time no but I did play a little bit of cards. It's kind of fun. Yeah Yeah Yeah I gotta get back into it. I'll tell you off air what I did after I finished the game because it's a little disturbing and I don't want people to think of me that way. Only I think of you that way. Thanks her mind. Thanks for me with knowledge. You already know who I am And the other thing I wanted to talk about to was I'm sure you've got the news today. That top gun. Maverick has been postponed to the end of the year. I understand it. We're both sad about it. Does make very sad. Yeah you and I were pretty pumped about that movie you and I were talking about. How how we're predicting that this thing will be cyclical in a way that that people might be going out and then we're we're told to go back in again. I wonder if we ever get to the point where these movies are released for video on demand because they have to be well. I mean like how long does it on the shelf. If we're if we're in a bad cycle in December I mean do you think about making it video on demand and you pay your ten dollars and you just get it on. Itunes is that a thing. Yeah I mean they've already done that a little bit. They released that dumb Well I say it's dumb. It might have been right. That invisible man movie For Twenty dollar for twenty dollar rental with the thought that like. Hey it's cheaper than taking a date to a movie and we gotta make a little bit of money back on this thing. Yeah so I think there's GonNa be a lot of adapting going on over the next year man with stuff like that like studios can't sit around forever man. Yeah Yeah with with money on the shelf really what they've got. You know you were talking about meeting up in a city to see a movie. It feels like top gun would be a great candidate for that. Try to make that happen. We'll meet up Miramar and perfect. I mean that's just a short drive for me. You're doing all the work. That's not fair in a world where everyone is confined to their homes. Society begins its largest been watched to date.
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"magnolia" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions
"Successful growers for generation. Let's talk a little bit about The the one that you mentioned the Brown Betty. What does the structure of that like well? That's that's the one that is on the shorter fatter side Oval. I guess would be a good description of it and Brown. Betty is just simply. Kovar or variety of the southern Magnolia. That oh my way back in my time so to speak. A nurseryman found this one that grew in northern climes. And because of the underside of the leaf being a fuzzy brown. That's that's what he named it So that's the best thing I can tell you there but it's it's The one that I know to be most apt to grow in the Ohio area It'll grow quite nicely up in what I say up on the eastern side of Ohio in the glaciated ground but I know it can grow here in Columbus in some of the joke that we multi stemmed yes by all means Now it can be single stemmed. My daughter has one in her long front lawn. That is a well a single trunk. Pretty darn good sized tree here though I would expected to look more shrub like because if anything may get bullied killed from time to time would cause it to spread out into multiple stems. I've always heard they like a little acid. Yes a matter of fact most magnolias that I don't know if I would say. It has a demand but the soils let's just say on. The acidic side will be by far better. Of course you can amend that for the initial planning period in the first three years digging especially white hole you can use well any of several things to acidify and I would definitely recommend that that be done..
"magnolia" Discussed on Plant Of The Week
"Usually when you do your plan of the week it's something that you know you can look at right now something like that. It's sometimes it's not but I looked down. I saw magnolias and I thought wait a minute. It's the middle of winter. That's right mark. There are a tremendous number of magnolias. Running from the Little Star Magnolia. Maybe at twelve fourteen feet tall on up to the great big magnolias out in the woods. Two and three feet four feet in diameter at eighty feet. There it is a family that is not understood. Call it by the public I was in a situation. The other day son was right. I was speeding myself. Speedways and I looked against the sun. If you will it was Kinda street up above and I saw something shimmering as I got closer. I found that it was a well Brown. Betty Southern Magnolia now I. I'm quite comfortable because the one that grows best here. Southern Magnolia is a southern plant. My my daughter's area north full of them. They're beautiful but here there rather unique and scares if you will they will grow here. And what a boil down to is. This plant was sitting on a slight mound very very slight. It was shrouded in in brant. Well let you say voided branches. It had some brown stuff around it. A little green around the bottom and so on but it just jumped out The son my position my my speed for change and so on I. I actually stared at the plant. It was probably twelve by at least ten wide. I don't know how many leaves it head on it but you could not see through the tree this time of year because the number of lease shiny glossy glossy as a mint. Silver dollar is just something. Now it's a really dark rich green. It will flower. I would not say the flowers particularly striking but the plant itself to be showing well that much possess on a winter day is really remarkable. Now there are a number of them in Columbus that I have seen. This just happened to re- well let's say remind me However it's not a popular tree and you have to be a little careful with it number one. It is a southern source. The one call Brown. Betty is the one as far as I've been told And watched his the one by variety name that grows best here in central Ohio It was as I mentioned on a slight mound so it cannot sit wet at any given point in time even after significant rains the excess will be draining away. It does not have to be drought dry by any means. But just don't put it way out in the ditch so to speak the the Well several the magnolias you can put almost in the ditch heisman matter of fact the one that I like the does grow. Well here. I call it a ditch tree because down and saw the well in Carolina's it does grow in the ditches standing in water waiting up. That's not here We're talking about a plant. That would hit well around here being stymied from time to time by whether I'm sure I would expect it not to get over about twenty feet tall. It is a tree nearly brought. His tall depends a little bit of high. You Brunette or or if you leave it alone. Expected to be oval or rounded. Should at least flowers are creamy white. They are very very fragrant. Be Sure to get down wind if it's in Bloom. They're they're They're almost a fragrance. You have turn away from. The fruit is well to me insignificant it's a rosy red By all means by it in a container or by virtue of a plant that has been balled and burlap no bare root stock in this case. It just won't happen or won't happen properly so you WANNA plant it Anytime from late August into early early fall or my preference would be to wait on planet in the spring so that it gets into more rooting before winter and so on It's best to be in a fairly rich soil now. We have a lot of lot of clay here in Ohio. But you can find rich soil or added to the planting area and then even after the roots with growing out of that planning area in rich soil. I think by the time it's established that point it would probably be very slow growth but I think it would continue to do so Put it where the sun can dance off of wherever you're standing or sitting or Indoors eating areas and so on It is somewhat surface rooted It it takes up a well. A plant like the Well several ground covers. Let's just start there and the one I think would be best Pachysandra to grow under because it too is is kind of high rooted and so on So in our heavy clays it'll be even higher rooted because what caught well part of what causes that is lack of oxygen in the soil so Put it where you don't have to mow. Don't want them. All as a matter of fact is best not to mow under Magnolia's for that matter so it is it's it's absolutely remarkable right now it will be again and flour and as I say. Get down wind at least once while it's in blue..
A Mississippi jury has convicted a man in the May 2017 shooting deaths of 8 people, including a deputy sheriff
"Three there's been a guilty verdicts in the case of a man charged in a mass shooting in the Deep South Willie Cory Godbolt has been convicted in the twenty seventeen shooting deaths of eight people in southern Mississippi including some of his own relatives in a sheriff's deputy who responded to a domestic violence call the thirty seven year old man spoke to the jury during closing arguments and magnolia Mississippi saying he expected to be killed himself on the night of the slayings a shooting rampage resulted from a fight with his estranged wife over their children Godbolt faces either the death penalty or
Should I Prune My Magnolia?
"Bonnie is the reader and she says I want to know. If you should prune in Edith bogue Magnolia minds about eight to nine years old. She says it's getting rather bushy and is more of a Bush than a tree. She wants to know what she can do about that. So it's a kind of a bushy plant. Naturally it is. I grow a few by the Rhode Screen. And they're fantastic and they're totally evergreen in my six zone six a garden but they grow their shrubs grow more like Christmas trees the lollipops and right. I just make mine a little bit tidier every year. Just a bit But when could printer into along lollipop or enjoy it as a fat plant that you can't see the road through? I think though at eight to nine years I mean it's it wants to be parameter is at the word Akira middle. I don't never know how to pronounce that. Which Act the accent should be on which syllable right is that? The question So so you know it's it's Bushier at the bottom and then narrower at the top and that's natural habitat great right so if it were young plant in the Field at the wholesale nursery when it was a baby and it was getting trained. That would be. The time may be more to shape it a little. You know what I mean that. Not Eight or nine years after. She's had it which means it's probably fifteen years or whatever you know twelve thirteen years after it got its early training. Whatever that was so once they get going. They're pretty fast. I think atr nine. That's probably a pretty big plan. That's what I mean is that Yeah So yes you can't I would never cut partway into a branch of one of these would you? I mean I would take out a branch would no I? I think you could shape it. yeah. I think I think of them as again. They have such a distinctive shape. A form Willie this bogus is kind of chubby in the shade. There gangly kind of call do okay. And as he said in the field when it's trimmed it probably is a Christmas tree shape pretty much or something like that right but in a garden and with a little shade and depending on the moisture and everything it could be mine gets Kinda out of shape and I do just prune back. I'll prune hathaway on a branch ticket sticking out in the wrong direction and it looks like it's misshapen. Oh so you'll go back part of the way into one. Okay okay all right all right. Good so So so the reason I bring that questioning. Even though we're GONNA digress. Slightly is that that Magnolia as I've been corrected grandiflora which is what I meant to say. Not Virginia another native. Make million species right. You know those are native. But they're not native where you garden or where I garden And so you know we're WANNA add more natives to our landscapes and so forth and you know when you and I began gardening most of the sort of it plants and really. I think it's still in many cases were Asian plants plants of Asian origin. Yes mostly will. They were aliens. Yeah we're exotics because some came from your too but I'd say that was SORTA. The trendy thing was for Asian plants because for example Japan and a lot of China has a very similar climate to our house. Yes we're patron. Japan have been around for since like eighteen fifties or sixties but China. It all new. Yeah so you and I both began. We got the bug and we began a sort of collectors of cool things from oddball catalogs before the Internet. Not that we're older anything and in fact you even did a book called the collectors garden in Nineteen ninety-six but two years before that you already had an inkling about natives sort of before its time has come in a big way and you wrote a book called the Natural Habitat Garden in one thousand nine hundred ninety four and so here. Yeah well to yeah and you were kind enough to take meet all these incredible places where people who again were ahead of the curve gardening with natives. But here we are. We still kept collecting things. What are we doing sort of? What's the remedy you know if we WANNA be more ecological environmental etc? I mean I'm not throwing out my whole garden. That's the punchline for me but I'm trying to come up with ways to make room and I think you are too yes and encourage people to think about this in the future. I think that if I could have all native garden I would but it can't. It's not just because of the wonderful plants I planted over. The years has a lot to do with that but I will. There's some of them are so wonderful. So like you said I'm not gonNA plow them all under some of them are gigantic trees But I'm you know one thing I did is. I took a survey of the plants. That are here that are actually indigenous to my county in northwest corner of New Jersey and I found that there were over a hundred species in your garden. And they're planted like you know there's a flocks in with the other plants and there's somebody a an and you you probably remember. I have a woodland garden that I made from from the start twenty years ago with mostly plants from ten mile radius of this site and where I live but it's a very complex site because it's an island in a river and hardwood forest. So there's a lot to choose from but there is a lot to choose from many many places online. You're talking about online where you can find lists of plants that are indigenous or native to your area.
Talking 'Art' with Graphic Designer Adam J. Kurtz
"My name's Adam J Kurtz and ever and calls Me Adam J K and basically. I made graphic designer who became an artist and author so I started with design and now I do a lot of other things that aren't designed Matthew who attended one of your talks. He said that you said something on stage which really connected with him. That you're okay with calling yourself when referring to yourself as an artist and that used to give you an allergic reaction. Can you tell me what that was about? Yeah I mean I think I think the word artist is really scary for a lot of people Because it is so broad and because you know we're we're sort of raised to think about artists like Picasso or something you know art in a museum and so if you're not on a museum you're not an artist but it's really up to all of us to define what art is and for me. I think it is really just sort of creative expression. It's making a feeling An intangible feeling into something tangible it's communicating a feeling that you had in some way It's a response or a reflection to inexperience. Really art is so broad and almost everything is and once I understood that for myself it became really liberating. An artist is just a is the easiest word for someone who makes does a lot of different things Do you do you define that in any way or connected or tie to the idea that if you make art for someone else and somebody else is paying for it. Then that moves you into commercial artor. That's an old term but Like what graphic designers do versus somebody who just has an idea once express something and puts it onto the world? I mean I think it gets dangerous when we start assigning labels and unlike breaking them down further and further because design is interesting. Where design is really sort of halfway between art and craft or art and craft and trade But then also you said commercial art and an even fine art is commercial right because people you might do one painting but it still for sale and then there's sort of this whole like fine art complex economy however you want to describe it where are being sold or artists monographs or the way work travels through museums and is used to bring like everything is commercial like we all have to exist in capitalism. So I find like it's often helpful to not get too hung up on the labels and part of that was was accepting. That artist isn't okay. Label and not being hung up on it and nothing scared of it in. When did you become comfortable with that term to describe yourself as artists? I don't know I guess a couple years ago. Maybe because other people called me in August I and I was like all right. That's fine okay. You didn't punch him in the face when they said that. I have never punched anyone in the face. Okay I have to say for myself. I think maybe it's from my my art school or my design school background and I think one of my professors told me that. And he said something like design is when you solve somebody else's problem and art is when you solve a problem of your conception and that's how I kind of stayed in that box for a really long time and so it wasn't until I think almost two decades in my career my life of anybody had said you're an artist. I would correct them. This is my version of punching them. A face on Magnolia designer. Make things for other people and get paid to do that. An artist like be like you said Picasso and all these other people is not so much the the expression or even how much money they make selling art but the fact that they just go off on their own and they solve a problem they want to communicate a feeling with the world. That isn't other derived its self generated and I put that line pretty hard in the sand but all that changed. I guess a couple of years ago when it started making videos on the Internet. Or It's like this is my form of art. Now you might not think of it as art How I express my feelings and communicate to the world. Yeah I mean I think that is that sort of a case of a well-meaning educator Saying something to you which. I don't disagree with But then you really. You really accepted that as hard fact for a long time and sometimes sometimes that happens with advice right as we. We take advice at face value. Maybe we don't understand the nuance or the context or the specific perspective and and we let that rule us or we let that impact us maybe more than the person who said it in the first place intended and so I don't totally disagree about You know client versus personal work. I think I think there's something there And that's maybe not how I would say it but I don't I don't disagree and so when you tell me that for like two decades you let that guide your understanding of yourself that makes me that makes me. Kinda sad because you've got all the tools and you make stuff for yourself all the time You're often your own client. And so that definition kinda stops working and I almost wonder like what what else would you have made? If you just started doing anything you wanted sooner.
"magnolia" Discussed on Filmspotting
"I know this sounds silly and I know that I might sound ridiculous. US like this is the scene of the movie where the Guy Trying to get a hold of the long lost son. You know but this is that seat. This is that scene and I think they have those scenes in movies because they're true you know because they really happen and you gotta believe me. This really happening it's again it's it's PTA like dancing again just just like it's a little too little too much but anybody let Philip Seymour. Hoffman to say okay. Okay it's GonNa work and he pulls it off. I just want to say something to real human would say yeah. He does while also being idiosyncratic with every moment but not distracting distracting Lee. So anything that he says it's supposed to be remotely comic is a little funnier than that moment. Probably should be could've been with another actor and talk about wrenching. Every emotional beat is a little more heartbreaking than that moment could otherwise be. I think because really the secret of I think to the acting with Hoffman is that he's always serving the other character in the scene whether it's crews whether it's robards whether it's Julianne Moore and her his in there in early right he is just a character and an actor ultimately who's bursting with empathy and as I said not a surprise because we all know he's one of the best actors ever and yet moment to moment he constantly surprised me you know what's interesting about him in in the film. Is that a lot of these are uncomfortable characters and even if you're interested in their stories where they're gonNA go when we return to them. You're a little bit on edged whenever it comes back to fill you feel like you're in good hands like this is. This is a good place to be part of that. Is the occupation this nurse. But it's also the empathy that you talked about so crews. I mean not surprising that it was probably the stand up performance for me the first time I saw it watching it again. I like to think and having seen twenty years of time curves performances performances. Since then I like to think that on sat the early version of Frank mackey we get is that cruise does like a less misogynistic version of that for himself to get himself pumped up for every scene he does. It's just fantastic. How he gets himself ramped up and he's giving two performances here right after renewing first half where are we see him then also the bravado breaking down yes during the interview that he mentioned But really the breakdown comes. He doesn't break down there he he kind of like shuts down down there right stare and he says I'm lean Xiaojie new. Wow Yeah but the real breakdown comes when he does of course finally meet his father who is on his deathbed and again crews using all his cruise powers not to cry right in saying that right. I'm not going make me cry. Even though as an actor that that's what the character requires but you knowing what sort of a performer cruises. How he's one hundred ten percent all the time yes you can see see when he's gripe gripping his hand trying to prevent that? Yeah how much is giving I think not a surprise. You're right and yet I did feel like he was even better than I remembered it. And I think it's because in ninety nine. There was that element of a were watching. Tom Cruise do something he's never done. Before we're watching Tom. Cruise play vile Seattle data and there was a performance aspect to it and as you said there is certainly a performance aspect to the character. He's playing. He is playing a role absolutely as frank. TJ mackey Jackie and he is a performer on stage for his sort of sycophantic fans who are buying his product but it is a very textured performance. And it's a very powerful powerful performance and you touched on those silent moments. It isn't just the blatant moments of misogyny. And some of the exercises. He does in his underwear that all all of that would somersault right. It really is. It speaks to the whole film. It's those quieter moments and I do think that breakdown with robards and you nailed it. That demand demanded himself to not cry but his body taking over in those moments in kind of almost forcing it out of him is really strong. I'm not gonNa Cry Review. You.
"magnolia" Discussed on Filmspotting
"What kind of show you guys putting on here today. We're not interested in going to do this conversation association from Chicago. This is film spotting. I'm Adam camping are and I'm Josh Larsen now that I met you. Would you object to never see amy again. Just say no I won't don't. We never objected to seen Paul Thomas. Anderson's Magnolia Nola again. But suddenly here we are in. It's been twenty years. You might even say we wised up Josh Malaria Walters and John C reilly in that scene from Anderson's at that Gone Ensemble drama this week on the show. We Revisit Magnolia as part of our nine from ninety nine series celebrating. One of the best movie years ever will also share some thoughts on a few other recent releases. Joe Joe Rabbit David me shows Henry. The fifth adaptation the King and the report starring Adam driver all that and more even more I had unfilled spotting Welcome to film spotting we head back to nineteen ninety. Nine Josh Paul Thomas. Anderson's Magnolia are nine from ninety nine subject. This week coming off are split. Take on best picture winner. The American beauty about a month ago that maybe makes it seem like we were more divergent on that film than we really were. Though I did ultimately have a positive take on that that same. Mendis movie is Nolan Josh that you have seen since ninety nine before this rewatch. I've revisited plenty of scenes. Probably for some top five lists. We've done but no I have not watched it in its entirety. I have sat here for twenty years very uncomfortably with my three out of four star. Nine hundred ninety nine review. We haven't sat here for all twenty of those you know. Just you know existential well suspended few minutes on Takeaway Tease World War Two era satire Joe Rabbit and I caught up with two other films the report and the King I will be recommending one of those two films tease. Our podcast listeners will also hear US wrap up our contemporary prairie Chinese cinema marathon with the umbrellas it's our marathon ending best of awards a reminder quickly to our radio listeners that the podcast version of the show Oh is usually quite a bit longer and if you're curious to check that out you can find that wherever you get your podcasts or listen at film spotting dot net first up was Paul Thomas Anderson. Listen already a master filmmaker in nineteen ninety nine or was he still warming up with this ambitious. Melodrama there is the story of.
"magnolia" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions
"I fall guilty of it myself you have both cash equity and sweat equity in a jane magnolia or other things and the tendency i think sometimes in our heavier klay soils is to be to kind too often and and so on in the period following planning now i don't know for sure connie let i'm always on the optimistic side plants can go through well let's just say many physiological concerns and problems initially i'm i'm suspicious that the way that is stated uh it may have been a little too much water route death then following or maybe even a bad transplant in the first place and then it either uh lost leaves and they stayed away or whatever i'm gonna go backwards now to the fact that it lost leaves is showing me that the systems within the plant are still working when the it's called a nap seasonally or when that layer forms between the bottom of the leaf that petty ole and the little stem that it's on that means the plant systems are still working so to lose leave in that way is less traumatic when i look at uh if it held less you say fifty percent of its leaves then the chances are pretty good it'll come back if it that is held until the normal fall drop if it held them on through this winter which gene does not normally do then the chances are systems did shutdown abc's jim lehrer didn't form and plant is dead now being on the optimistic side certainly i would wait until um well well into may to determine if the plant is going to succor from the bottom or if the little twigs are gonna start supporting life and so on so think think positive but brief prepared to maybe even mention to the nursery garden center whatever that you have a problem so uh i guess just give the warning i would never be tooth quick to pull a plant like that out of the ground to start over because quite frankly.
"magnolia" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
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