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Are We Living In A Dystopian World? Find Out NOW!
"Hello this is Stephanie. And this is talk tales and Trivia. The show where. I talk about pop culture trivia. Listen I love researching pop culture trivia so that you can stump your family and friends with Great Trivia on today's episode. I thought I would talk about the content the entertainment that we watch and read and listen to at home. That's right it could be a movie. A book or podcast. Well it is all double or triple the entertainment and content. And you'll understand what I'm talking about in a few minutes. Listen I love dystopia anything? And if you've been listening to this podcast you know it. Well to stop in is so popular right now and to stop anything is popular but did you know that it is a sub genre that is under the huge science fiction genre and it is very popular. Well think of all the movies and books that you've read and other entertainment that you've watched that is using the scare factor or the desperation factor that brings in misery or discomfort. Or just something that you are not comfortable with well. That is a distortion emotion. Right it brings in something that is just foreign to you. And that would also be a change to the human condition This is perfect for living environment of social unrest including social distancing and working remotely and we are certainly doing a lot of that so there are so many people much more than. Let's just say your ago that have taken to a distortion entertainment to still be in anything. It could be a book like. I said it could be a movie or it could be a podcast and that is all under the distortion genre. Now if we're gonNA have a dystopia genre we'll guess what we have to have the opposite and that is a utopian genre and there is that no. What is the difference? Well of course you know the difference. I'm going to give you a definition right now. Well what does dystopia mean and I will tell you right now? Dictionary Dot Com has a great definition. Here a society characterized by human misery as squalor oppression disease and overcrowding. That's right and now I will give you the definition for utopia or utopian. Well of course it means the exact opposite of distortion it. Means of relating to or just having to do with idealized perfection given too impractical or unrealistic schemes of such perfection. It's an idealized perfection. And that's something that we don't really see very often so we tend to go towards the dystopia N- types things well. This is perfect for living in an environment of social unrest including social distancing and working remotely that we have had to get used to in the recent past. But I want to tell you about a couple of movies that are wonderful and then you can also read the books. And sometimes and one of the instances you can also get a podcast is a really good thing as well. Well the first thing I want to talk about is the most dangerous game. Well what is that? Well I read the Schwartz story when I was probably very young in the nineteen seventies and it is a short story that came out in nineteen twenty four by Richard Connell and it is a wonderful short story Nelson for the nineteen thirty eight film adaptation. You can see the most interest game and it is so cool. Well the most dangerous game about hunt but this is a different kind of hunt and you will find it very interesting. Read the Short Story and see the movie and guess what it is. Just become a series on qube DOT com. Now qube is very interesting and I want to mention this because I just discovered it is shorter episodes but the same kind of story. They just cut out a little bit of the excess things that they didn't need and the short story or the movie but this is very interesting so on Qube it is an episodic short series thirteen episodes with Liam Hemsworth and they are really easy and Benge worthy. So do that next. I WanNa talk about a book that I read in Maimi junior high school and that is nineteen eighty-four. Well George Orwell wrote the book in Nineteen Forty nine and he can kind of see the future. It is a warning of what is to come. The story takes place in an imagined. Future the year well nineteen eighty-four when much of the world has fallen victim to perpetual war? Omnipresent government surveillance and propaganda. Well it is not a fun place to live and it is not a fun time to be alive in nineteen eighty. Four is a great book. You don't WanNa miss it? Read the book. See the movie and the concept of the book and the movie was used to record a super bowl ad in nineteen eighty four now on youtube and that will be in the show notes. It represents the control of technology and how it's taking over and the ad big brother is represented by IBM Somewhat and the takeaway from the ad is the world is going to change because of computers That did happen next. I love this and it is the center. Well the first season starring Jessica Biel was great but they have three seasons. And what is going on is why a murder was committed and keeps you guessing. Well it stars. Bill Pullman as well as the investigator in all three seasons I know it's not distortion but it's worth a watch. It's a mystery thriller psychological thriller psychological fiction and it is on net flicks three seasons. You don't WanNa miss it? It is Binge Worthy Watch the series and read the book now. Next is a funny kind of situation. I came across this and I wasn't planning on it. I was just had a little bit of free time and is the stranger. Well what is that about? The Stranger is a British mystery thriller series written by Danny Brocklehurst and based on the two Thousand Fifteen Harlem copen novel of the same title. Try to get that at Amazon. And you won't be able to the mini series premiered on net flex in January of twenty twenty just a couple months ago and it stars Richard Armey Taj. Who is best known for the Hobbit Oceans Eight and Captain America and it starts one of my favorites. And I know some people won't recognize the name Jennifer Saunders and she was an absolutely fabulous a British comedy so watch the series the stranger. It's so interesting. Okay now. We're going to go back into a DYSTOPIA and type of deal and this is really fun. Try to get all these friends and people to watch and not everybody gets it but I know that you will. It is called Black Mirror and there's five seasons it is a British distillery and science fiction and Black Mirror was inspired by the twilight zone. That's right dealing with controversial contemporary topics with less fear of censorship than other more realistic programs. It highlights topics related to humanity's relationship with technology and the stories that feature the way we live now and the scary and Weird Way. We might be living in the future.
It's Officially the Best Time of the Year to Cook
"Talking about the fall playbook from the September issue of Bon appetite and really should have been the whole Lsu but we'll talk about the issue with the issue Chris. Do you remember when this story is being conceived and you you and Andy and I were talking about what this story could or should be. What was what was the mission we sort of decide upon we wanted to get into sort of get people into the mindset of like okay like summer's over but that's not necessarily a bad thing like we want people to be excited to get back into the kitchen and you know just give them like some recipes that that are kind of simple uncomplicated whether it's something that cooks quickly but it's kind of hands off you know or some combination of Maimi? It's longer cook time but I'd like with zero. Prep just give people an excuse to feel great about getting cooking again getting back in the kitchen. A one phrase that I have bandied about is the Shen situational cooking because I think that dictates a lot about what we make when is it. Is it Sunday when you've got all day to sort of braise something in your job in Tuesday night when you wanna eat something good but it's six twenty eight. PM and you haven't started cooking yet. That's a lot of ways we sort of approached these recipes of which seven recipes Andy. I don't believe so one of the recipes got cut so yeah which one guy cut. I don't understand got cut it. It was it was designated to become a digital exclusive yeah yeah. It's like the right part which one was it. Was the lentil bowl well. I don't think it was called that I think it was like it was like girls wasn't with with the Spice Chili oil and then it was just like I am just going to call it a lentil bowl for now 'cause it got cut. I think we realized that people only want to work so hard on a lentil bowl. That's true and it took a little bit of doing. I don't know I do get excited like that. When there's fall there's a little bit of bite in the air and summer's over in summer is great. Go to the beach grilling all that but it's nice actually just get serious about wanting to be in the kitchen. Point your cast iron skillet point out your Dutch oven getting your tongs and cooking again yeah and having the patience to really think about what ingredients I mean th you should be thinking about ingredients around but really putting the time in for cooking the dish you wanna be cooking the first recipe this. This is Morocco recipe right now. Oh yes that's very interesting interesting. He's got all this pasta. So of course I wanna eat this just by the title Creamy Pasta with with crispy mushrooms. Yes I wanted to come up with the positive I've done so many over the last. I think almost four years here but I don't think I've really done a creamy creamy pasta dish with mushrooms. I love Pasta Love Mushrooms. I was like the smick sense and it feels very fall and I thought this could come together fairly quickly and that was my hero and then we do a lot of creamy pasta from the standpoint of Oh you know glossy emulsified butter. Oh yes but I was like Andy. Just put cream in the pasta. You know how you make creamy pasta sometimes if the move fast and and you know not break things like just put cream in the pasta and my life I started twitching when he said this heavy cream andy make it delicious. I don't know how many recipes I have have that call for every cream but in this case I did go for it and it really did make a difference. It just made it easy. It was like a nice little thing crutch to the US also when you blend heavy cream and then throw some parmesan cheese it is so good. Is that the problem with Italy one of those again on the streets as the pastas that you can't stop eating. It's like you don't want to see a calorie counter going but it's amazing sorry so this one. Mike you can use either just simple criminally mushrooms. You can find any market or you can go to the farmer's. There's market and splurge on a lot of interesting wild mushrooms and re introduced different flavors and textures guess a question. I always have when I love a mushroom positive because it feels it was very autumnal. How do you cook the mushrooms themselves so they get Nice Brown and caramelized and Krispy before you know blending with the cream and all that because I sometimes I get Kinda just squeaky and squishy and you know what techniques so sometimes you if they're using a lot of motions Russians in this case we're using a pound of mushrooms. You really want to do it in batches. Most likely I like tearing my mushrooms up a lot of us do that and you end up getting these kind of crackly pieces and so they get Brown because also when you cut him up the end up looking like canned mushroom sometimes they just don't look right I kind of tearing them to their natural shape and and then I took them in oil in this case extra virgin olive oil and then I just go pretty hard undisturbed until the brown around on the edges to they develop a crust. Yes over yeah. Give it a little bit of a toss. I don't even know if I really flip flipping each individual mushroom. If you work in the line my new restaurant shaking I think I read somewhere and wait a minute petite mushrooms to develop a nice caramelized crust you. I don't add salt till the very end. Assault draws out too much moisture. Is that correct yes. I don't see my mushrooms until both sides are deeply brown and crispy see around the edges. Ah also some shallots. I love that smell when you shall. It's there's no sort of introduce a pretty classic yeah and then you get all the mushrooms on add the shallots shallots You're not trying to get too much earlier softening them and then wall while you're doing that. You have the mushrooms ready to go. There cooked the shelter going. you cook your pasta and you're going to cook it. Just under all dented like two minutes before for and then I add the pasta the heavy cream and let that go until the cream has reduced lightly and then I add a bit of zest and juice from half Philemon ooh. There's a lot of the cream is so heavy who you have creaming of butter and your Parmesan yeah so there's quite a bit affect and you have extra virgin olive oil so you need a bit of zest and juice. You need that acidity kind of brightened things up and bring everything back to life again. Yeah couple of tips here love the pulling the mushrooms apart pushing the mushrooms by hand tearing the much mushroom by hand I love not salt in the mushroom still after they're nice and Brown then thirdly what you guys in the test kitchen seem to love to do is use a Dutch of in when you're sort of like tossing pasta with whether it's mushrooms or any sort of saw that you that is high enough side toss and swirl and get everything inc.. It's it's such a good little insurance policy for being able to really work the pasta around and like let's face it even just twelve ounces nevermind a pound of Pasta in the largest skillet you own. It's it's fine to work. Bring it over to the sink to try to toss pasta over that so that you don't get all of your stove okay. I'm going to bet that this is all right. Let me say what is the next one. It's called Sweden saucy pork chops. I'm GonNa Citrus Morocco too good. It's kind of a dad families or not honey over to pick up. Some pork chops underway right. Oh my God all right. Wow that's how you really see me. Hunched over like the plate of pork chops like not talking. Can anybody on a Tuesday this to cope we buy some good bone in rib pork chops but you call for one inch thick one so they cook really quickly quickly but so you don't have to overcook them you add some sugar to sort of Maryland Dryer up. Whatever so we get a quicker caramelized cross yeah just just salt in a sprinkle of sugar on the pork chops because the thing is pork chops an in a perfect world we all be buying like pastor raise heritage breed pork and it would be super fatty and rich and unctuous? You know just whatever you do to it but this is kind of optimize to work with any pork chop. This is like you know and this is a a method of cooking them that really mitigates that tendency to have them dry out and get like really kind of like cardboard so adding that little bit of sugar to the outside means. You'RE GONNA get crazy amounts of color within just a few minutes. You don't need to overcook that first side in order to get the color you want and that is like that is like the death of like the one inch inch thick pork chop. We went back and forth about what pork chop to us because we'll all of a sudden you want like a much fatter one in order to get got like a really great crust without using sugar but this just like. Let's get that really quickly and then you're really just you're. You're just you're picking that second. Side very briefly can interject with any piece of protein. One side is always going to get more done than the other in that side gets the beautiful cross that society serve up right. It's what's going on underneath doesn't matter yeah exactly it's like the old sort of old school. French like approach which is like you have the presentation side and then like who cares what the second side it's super yummy super easy pan sauce with some red wine vinegar that sort of introduces acids and capers butter and then disorder garlic and in the water. It's Rosemary and it all together. Yep and you serve it and it probably start to finish. How is this dish. Take fifteen minutes if that if that yeah I mean twelve twelve so yeah. It's it's great. You know like that kind of like that wet cook. You know kind of environment. Just like means like nothing's going to dry out doing when people see like some like pants author very impressive fastest like no that's just like cooking the pan and thrown much ingredients speaking of hands when I saw the photo for this sheet Pan Potato Hash with fixings and it was beautiful she he tray of these beautifully shingle potatoes at our oven. Crisper looks like homemade potato chips. I was like Oh my God that look so good. The question is which one of you develop this Chris Morocco. Wow okay okay yeah. That was me at this is this is. Andy doesn't do brunch brought. She's not doing potato doesn't brunch. Andes Andes Andy's protein smoothie. He's busy working out on Sunday morning onto this again. This is a very bad move like making brunch where the family well it look potatoes you can you can make them as complicated as he want where you can make them as simple as you want and this is just a great way to take a lot of potatoes and make them unbelievably. Lee crispy Jammie Chewy. Just everything you want so big russet potatoes. You don't even know thinly sliced. D Use a a mandolin it. Can you slice slice by hand because honestly the irregularity like it's going to be totally. I liked that because in some get extra crispy tender and that's fine in the oven these you're going to be in the oven for close to an hour you know were and you're. GonNa get some that are like crazy. Crisp like potato chip and others are just going to be no more in the center. They're going to be a little bit like Kinda. Chewy Jab ultra tender so I- similarly toss him with all spread them out on a sheet trays by two and a half pounds four twenty five forty to fifty minutes and an almost that's when you take it out almost with goes tray of nachos chose. It's like it's some. It's like the lovechild of like palm. Anna clarified butter like beautiful kind of fanned out sort of potatoes I did. I did this video with molly. Baas mayor. Would we are talking about cooking school in the next video video coming out on what is it on. It's on the Broccoli as a people are talking about urine. That video was wrong is so much about cooking.
"maimi" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"maimi" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"maimi" Discussed on Double Toasted
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"maimi" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast
"And all about so we could tell the story which you would say, yeah. Sure that sounds like something that would happen. You know, I get both sides of that debate. I don't think he's a right or wrong there. I think that you know, if I just told you about the big bang and said, you know, what what is it going to be like fourteen billion years from now chances you would have talked about human beings are very very small that I completely agree with. But can you demystify after the fact by some signed to be convinced occasion? Yeah. That I'm willing to believe also. Okay. Well, let's try to demystify consciousness because I still do think it's incredible. And by the way, David Chalmers, the philosopher is a friend of mine, and we were talking about this. He said he's going to be in your podcast in Maimi mission reveals his so like, yeah. Yeah. That'll be a special bonus for listeners podcast that they will know. Okay. Well, you know, the top conscious. Researchers are still kind of in all of the fact that conscious exists within psychology. So why are some physicists nod as you for instance? Do you not see the hard problem as hard as some people in our field? Yeah. I think that's exactly the right way to put it. I don't see it as hard. Yeah. So by the way, this this hearkens back to when we were divining naturalism because David Chalmers is an excellent example someone who is a naturalist, but not a physical list. Okay. So physical lists are subsets of naturalist nationalist think there's only one world the natural world physical is think that all of the aspect of the natural world can be summarized as physical aspects things happening in the world David thinks there needs to be a whole 'nother category for mental properties in the world. He doesn't believe there's a separate spirit realm, whether disembodied brains or anything like that. But he believes that consciousness is not reducible to physical goings on in the world. And I do and again believe we know that the degree of believe neither one of us is under percent, right? Okay. But we have our preferences. And yeah, you know, I think that let's put it this way. And if again, you took a background view, and you didn't know who you are in need. This ask yourself like of all the phenomenon that we see in the universe at some stage of scientific advancement. Which is the thing. We will understand the least consciousness would be a good back. Then we understand the least like the most complicated thing being done. But the most complicated thing that we know in the universe the human brain. Right. It's zero surprise that. We don't yet understand consciousness, and that involves in my mind, both, you know, straightforward scientific understanding and also pills off ical clarification of important concepts. So I both have specific disagreements with David's point of view and general ones. I don't think zombies topical zombies who act just like us, but don't have consciousness are even conceivable. I think that's not a thing that could possibly happen because I think the consciousness is just a manifestation of Adams talking about themselves in a particularly complicated way. There's an enormous road to go before we understand how that exactly plays out. But I don't. See this barrier in principle to playing out. Now that's fair enough. I guess I don't understand. Why you're not as amazed that we went so many years after life existed. There are a lot of possibilities for that emergent that can put dolphins have a pretty complex neural system there. Other animals that do other animals don't come close to being conscious as we are. Why why us and I'm not trying to get all like religious heroes. But but but his remark. Amazing. I should say jealous. But I think there I don't think it's amazing at all. I think that's a pretty obvious case of survivors bias like someone had to be I and whoever was first whichever specie to cautiousness. I would have this conversation. Why us how amazing is that? I'm not that impressed by us. So far, I think that's like the only thing I can tell so far that the different us a little bit because I in general, actually, really, and there's no actually I really appreciate your spirit your truth seeking attitude, and I share that very much, but I tend to just walk around with so much wonder of the madness of the fact that I can witness this impartial universe unfolding..
"maimi" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"maimi" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"maimi" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"maimi" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Night and the dover so paranoid that when i left the aspirin um it was the night after thanksgiving ninety maimi six i left what accounts of the pries cocaine old feared you ever saw in your wife and height of michael caine invasion i showed up with a pound for gazing we honor i radio this chick i fought a fifteen gravity of them had big fehb or your money of millions of the story before but i got a client the unease this i think it was a half out soon alcohol leave disc about we this collateral this we look great but it was for gays could sublease over to me then scam me i'm seeing shift from those mushrooms just saw the screen turn them me my house had like doctor's office that government out of the girl drought owner together while we told as the creepy go just be gudo girls in order to fund were tone of the mushrooms may none of them were told us some reform washington following a story about oh he's an aspirin was i am asking among whom you that fast food prettiest cocaine now lazy lena gay your pele gave you easy we lease i had a couple of grand that my patrick allowed to people like i told people give me money clock come back our loans cultivation glagah door aware of piggyback who i scam wake 4000 people were i too great have we drove ypc hours overnight and that i could stops note so we co we have a hotel um so manner with check into a hotel due to leads ago and we check out dr of our check and although we thought the cost of chase in the serbheld hotel we whether they're bergen paranoid like god it was tara robo fair widow that has led the worsening oh when somebody man it the whole oklahoma city waste synergise oh man is scary as gary sk as a slippery slope hearings betsy drug leg reducing drug deuba and money and shit man i feel so bad for my ex wife apple girl she was fought up by by driving.
"maimi" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"People people myself included is nice to be liked you know do i think like if everyone hated me i could figure out how to be happy yet liked think so all right so what i really want to know is how you express your drive so you learn to play guitar quite late in life i'm not mistaken so how did you go about that like as somebody who's taking qatar lessons that that's a big task especially if you can already create music other ways after the way my first sort of like wave of popularity had crashed um you know i went from lake doing concerts all over the world a taken my shirt off at show is making more money than i deserved to like overnight kind of having like a completely open schedule jessica loan in my house in so i use kinda similar to the against solitude moment in a different way years before which is like on what i want to do you know driving still wanna do music i don't have to his neck nothing to do right now um um it reminded me i don't know if i had heard at the time but it it reminds me of is the steve jobs moment where he gets fire from apple in he has this moment that hey actually release even though i've been fire i still really love when i do and so he starts another tech company next i felt like that even though like not as popular as i was a still really love music in sought the mayoralty decided to get better at music i didn't know i did not play guitar all i did not play piano all such solid otics takes like some piano lessons in from this like became my mentor name was norman henry maimi.
"maimi" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen
"Before we get to the late great county hawkins i wanna let you know that in our bona segment for slate plus members steffan and i are going to talk about some other sports figures who died this year among the women's basketball legend maimi piedmont johnson and he tennis player yana nevada not to hear that conversation please joints they plus for just thirty five dollars a year and if you do you will get a bonus segment on this another slate podcasts and you'll get an every single week sign up at slate dot com slash hang up plus also we are still looking for in turn starting in january here in dc if you're interested uh emails and hang up at latye com and we will discuss in 499 games with the nba's sons lakers and hawks connie hawkins averaged sixteen and a half points 8 rebounds and four assists per game very good numbers but not transcendent the hawk did reach transcendence though in the aba he averaged twenty eight points and thirteen rebounds per game for the pittsburgh in minnesota papers from 1960 seven and eighteen sixty nine but hawkins who died in october at the age of seventy five is best known for games that most people didn't see and for the scandal the truncated has career hawkins is new york times owed it quoted the coach larry brown as saying he was julius before julius he was elgin before elgin he was michael before michael he was simply the greatest individual player i have ever seen hawkins built his legend at boy's highschool in brooklyn than went onto the university of iowa before he ever played a college game he was barred by the ncaa in the early 1930s.
"maimi" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker
"Everyone's said they had had experiences with baird dated people who had been on their phone too much and the hadn't worked out without person and since then they had made a conscious decision i am not dating someone who's only who's always on their phone and then we talked to people who are like i don't think it's a problem people can be on their phone and i was like your probably the why am yahoos who's always on their loan this is why you're alone factly oh but we have fun have these people never heard of sexton these people by the way being us in the past oh i don't think we had heard of sixty nine when when did sexton even come in his last week yeah ins of its needs very recent people are talking about it now i've been sexton all week since it became a thing i can't stop sexton thing you need to stop sex day may i know i'm sorry okay thank you who sexy gifts though they exa gives her fun at eat youth you think they're fun we have with we have different definitions of fun alice so are devices are screwing up or sex lives and they're probably also killing your creativity as it turns out we spoke with monu similar rhody she's the host of the wnyc podcast note to self she is also the author of board and brilliant how spacing out can lock your most productive and creative self think of it this way you're spending that moment in line for coffee and instead of checking your email you're letting your brain space out what you're doing is you are activating the default mode rate beginning board it acts as a gateway to mind wandering to daydreaming to taking two ideas that you might have had and then smashing them together to create something new and so what we heard from people was by building that making sure that they included that in their day consistently they solved issues with people at work that maimi had been plaguing them they came up with new business ideas but it was also simpler.
"maimi" Discussed on We Paid To See This
"Richard jenkins enacted she doesn't deserve it because i believe that eitan years a much better performance bought their nominated to either but i just feel like he's nor good storyteller surrey even ressam speak he actually wrote all the five lead character six leads for each and one of these people i have no doubt the i dunno i it was a frankenstein of his lawyers my problem areas is not the here's my problem with me for a monster movie it was a frankenstein buried or very good is my problem for me was the i liked it but i don't care enough to defend this year i it's i thought it was sweet and beautiful like a like i said again this will not be on my top ten list just because it's not my it's not what i look for in my actually not kidding i actually i very rarely say this but i regret seeing it it in no real i do yet partly because i went to see it as like a stress release i was running all day yesterday and we sort light at night and it just i came away and thought i would rather have gone to see i tanya again than seen this movie maimi just was i mean yeah i will always i i will always see eye tanya every day of the week if this were on tv i would watch it or if it was on hbo something i would watch and be like i don't really see what all the fuss was about but i think because i went to the theatre to see it and i had higher expectations i was like whatever just in love it i'm so beautiful i think you need to see i mean if you're a fan of his stuff people are gonna like it and people i've people do and i honestly am not even taking i'm not even being facetious i know that my opinion is in the far minority i'm like that one guy that didn't think colmey by your name was a good film this will i think it's new york mets.
"maimi" Discussed on She Didn't Text Back Podcast
"People don't like to be dark like ed like i told you before there's whitening creams are hitting on all the soup all the celebrities are very lightskinned yum and i went to work the other day or you know offering let's gig in this guy was like oh you got dark like you look and really dark why you get dark on tour i hadn't seen this person for a while and i thought of my head how that could be an insult to somebody her young people would they all like to hear that the room yeah they're like oh no like it we are to in a in maimi think about my childhood because i used to think being dark uh was a bad yeah hide is that said to people yeah yuccas i went to school only white people so i was only like dark of our browner whatever minority in the school uh so when anybody pointed out that i was darker as i ocean m different yeah i didn't that was like a weird thing that i suppressed yeah uh huh yeah i know what you're talking regular very strange yeah it's it's yeah i'm dark it had such a natural thing all i did was go outside yet uh yeah john also does get darker and we'll we'll joke about it like whose darker mere john filipino thing yeah it's a very of filipino people could also get dart i don't tan though like i don't think i ever changed my skin tone doesn't change us why when i was like us and then i was like i mean just made it yeah just me actually i certainly do not a tan had been somber is that nobody black people do some bor i mean all yeah yeah bad note on somber now i mean i probably have been and i just didn't know it very ah i i've never been like oh i was out in the sun but then i don't know i'm really the type of person that if i'm in the sun i'm just gonna not be like i'm never just going to be laying out there you do everything in your power to get out of iaea if i could feel if i'm feeling too much heat i'm going to go a wise woman once told me.
"maimi" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"She testified is to her complete certainty that the body that had come back from mississippi was that of her son during the cross examination the defense team asked for a number of questions about whether she had life insurance for emmett as though to sow doubt about whether she might have had her son killed for the money you will also sometimes than reading about this trial we see that maimi said that they asked her questions that was something along the lines of isn't it true that your son has really alive in detroit i think this was really part of the closing arguments and not of her questioning because there's a transcript that was found in i think two thousand an four of her questioning the doesn't include that part so i think all of that has been kind of meshed together in her memory that trial transcript was not found until after her death on september 23rd 1950 five after a little more than an hour of deliberating a jury of twelve white men returned a notguilty verdict in the murder trial jurors with later say that they could have come back much sooner but they were told to make it look good maimi and several of the other people who were with her we're not actually in the courtroom they had realized what verdict was going to come back and decided they would prefer not to be present for it along with the murder and funeral the trial in the not guilty verdict sparked international outrage and galvanized the black community within the civil rights movement as well as prompting an influx of donations to the end of lease ep in other civil rights organizations other key events in the civil rights movement quickly followed including the montgomerie bus boycott in maimi till mobley's words quote when people saw what had happened to my son men stood up who had never stood up before.
"maimi" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Let me put it another way i think is something we look at sexuality and drive and hunger and thirst and enthusiasm and curiosity as things that need to be quenched as opposed to walking around just within our action that you don't jerk off in extinguishing the you live in that that idea that you're like i need to create nb inspired in and couldn't tarantino hasn't you have it does that make sense uh do you feel that way yeah i deal handed it to the end you maintain a that instead of looking at your sexuality your you creativity or your boredom is things to be cured and extinguished you're kind of merging into them does that feel like something you agree with absolutely on the good days on the good days yes on the good yeah and i think that ah in general that it is uh that that that creative it's he is that uh it sam it's a it's a self expression that that debt is everybody experiences in different ways i mean the artist at i think has dispatched maimi is perhaps in a special mission to be to be life finest two vigilante decorate the reality to be a soldier of soldier of bliss trapped deep behind enemy lines striding still strutting at yet the innate creativity is it's part of being a living out a living thing is about being right yeah even now i was i had this lovely elderly man on doing central park to a recently and he just it was just in passing you just mentioning like i i used to intellectually understand it or think about but now the them he's like old you know i know for sure lake the pigeons.
"maimi" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"I hear what you're saying it's sorta like this is a purge like i need to cleanse my fisher my body envoy soul takes a certain amount of emotional maturity amine look fundamentally the prison system is supposed to not only be punitive but also rehabilitative it's a broken system and so generally does not rehabilitate people at actually does quite the opposite it's sort of takes firsttime offenders and turns them into lifetime criminals but you were evil that have enough sense about yourself to understand what you were facing and too sisi opportunity to try to shift that kind of a malcolm x got away right you know what i mean like hunts probably one of the books you read in allowed to say i'm going to use this opportunity for selfexpression and for growth and to do that i'm going to start with my own physical body and what i'm putting into it all the way you again you here interesting yeah you're you hit it again on a narrow illustrate zachary that like you right listen prisons poorly are horrible in terms of doing or rehabbing folks in to be more productive members of society but like i tell everybody to this day honestly i winning release in having this conversation which you if i never went away who knows what would happen to me and i might even got killed in a bad situation if i wanna went back into that or i might add gis finish up college in at that time is one big fucking time out yeah one big it's about us what it was exactly but i felt like it did me it i i got a lot out of it so if i had to do it again i would i would slowly do it again if i had to go back in time no don't wish to all my worst enemy because you is is is a very difficult situation not everyone built for prison but for me in maimi who the man i am today in even transforming into his activist uc today you write a did take my moral malcolm x route as his.
"maimi" Discussed on The Writers Panel
"I would love to talk about you know ii do think it was one of the most that the directing the acting just superlative throughout but ii wanna ask each of you what was a choice that it could be munir another director but was a choice that a director actor made in maimi love to get your input to that really kind of broke something open for you or changed how you view something are just surprised you in a in a way like you're just like blown away like this was some kind of new insight earned a new way to view the show where the character like what what was a choice that you really loved the kind of broke something open for you a territory or or an act of choice manthere are so many i mean one of the things i think that there are writers producers who who loved to beyond sat and they wanna choose the costuming and dan figure things out i love i don't hate being onset but my favorite part of the processes that we spend a lot of the time generating these pieces of material and then we have these things called tone meetings where we talk about for first with me me and then with the epasadeq director let's go through the script interview as opposed to saying here's what i want you to do that director ba basically said you have any questions about because we had we've had our chance here's our testimony read it over and interpret it and then we'll see what we get back and if there's confusion or whatever we talk about that stuff and then i don't get it back until it's in the room i don't like to watch dailies or anything by then it has been transformed into this other thing.