17 Burst results for "Makaki"

"makaki" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

06:46 min | 2 months ago

"makaki" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"makaki" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

01:35 min | 4 months ago

"makaki" Discussed on The CyberWire

"Both government and private sector to start naming and shaming some of the groups behind this. And so i think that's a lean forward posture in terms of being able to get some of this stuff from the public. Demand followed up with sanctions. Sorts of things is actually be really helpful in future. That's chris makaki from p wc..

"makaki" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

05:11 min | 7 months ago

"makaki" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

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"makaki" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

Leading Saints Podcast

02:04 min | 10 months ago

"makaki" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

"Send out a weekly newsletter with unique content there and We just hope that. If you found us you'll subscribe and really dive into this content because it's blessed not only my life but many other lives of leaders in individual latter day saints across the world now in this episode. I interview thomas wirthlin kanchi. A man is love. Thomas i actually. I met him and interviewed him back in november of two thousand fifteen. So we've known each other for quite a few years. I've loved following his journey. He has a remarkable story which we don't go into in detail in this episode. I encourage you will link to that episode back in november. Two thousand fifteen also. The cultural hall did a great interview with him as well goes into details of his story really inspiring. He's the grandson of land. And i believe the great nephew. If i'm remembering right of bruce armor kanchi as though that's where the woodland makaki come from and just a phenomenal story and what he's doing in. The church blessing lives through his mindfulness practice and thought connecting it to the gospel. He's actually worked with the faith matters organization and other great nonprofit organization and they've put together a course called transformations of faith. And that's what we're going to talk about in this interview. Which i love so much. I hope you love it as much as i do. The transformation of faith is a contemporary expression of timeless wisdom as understood to the lens of the restored gospel. So that's sort of the summary of what this course is and i'll be honest. I'm afraid maybe some traditional orthodox latter day saint leaders are listening to this and thinking as to you know. We're not buddhist. We don't need this meditation. Mindfulness stuff but hang with me. Okay listen discussion. I promise or we don't take in a weird direction or anything and i've gone through every minute of this Transformations face course. And it is the five stars. I mean just awesome. I my wife went through it. She loved it. This can add so much to your faith. Experience in our latter day saint tradition that in the restored gospel that can't encouraging enough and the end the the episode. We're going to give you a discount code if it's something that you want to jump.

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"makaki" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"makaki" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"And we did this. Big one shot over railing through a hole down a rope like a big thing and we compare every single rig and we ended up picking the movie. It was the best now at the time. You know so and going back to a weird way. They're makaki was actually was close walter in and he actually asked walter to make him a set of wheels for the movie because at the time there there there were no wheels only way to control. It was with joyce doing so weather had just made a set of wheels. For larry and i said the walter because i'm closed with walter as well and i said can you make us another set of wheels elsewhere Please share that number. Two of the wheels which which walter gave to us so thankfully larry had started the process which was funny that it goes back to my experience with larry though now we were sort of interconnected in this weird way and i guess time to promote the movie and just come out to support systems literally Now there's a couple. There's a lot of competitors support systems. But is you're the only cinematographer that is one showing experience with the mutual also coming in with the only support system on the market period of time. It's a no brainer right. I mean if you wanna use this tool. S what are your options jazz. And one of the things. I asked me to because the designer seth reed was in that meeting and and they asked me about how i would approach lighting these sets and they showed me some drawings of the saxon and right away. I'm like what has to be. Led like you've got a You've gotta make it. Environmental impractical at right away was my first instinct and south was meetings. I'm on the same page with yours. Exactly what. I was thinking so they knew what i was. My approach was going to be built build lighting into the set. And i think adopting no one else said released suggested that everyone else is thinking lighting it with like traditional lights and all that and i right away with the pitch of like we have to build a lighting into the sets. And that's the only talking about how most of the time we might seize also walk in lights on jemma and you're letting your scenes and then you try to motivate mike fake the lights coming from things or there's there's no ceiling and there's like lights hanging above this to set you know like msu through some soft top there you're saying the difference that the lights actually not too much of the expense. 'cause i know we're going to go into it just the second obviously.

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"makaki" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"makaki" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"And we did this. Big one shot over railing through a hole down a rope like a big thing and we compare every single rig and we ended up picking the movie. It was the best at the time you know so and going back to a weird way. They're makaki was actually was close walter class and he actually asked walter to make him a set of wheels for the movie because at the time there there there were no wheels only way to control it was with the joys of doing so weather had just made a set of wheels for larry and i said the walter because i'm closed with walter as well and i said can you make us another set of wheels elsewhere Please share that number. Two of the wheels which which walter gave to us so thankfully larry had started the process which was funny that it goes back to my experience with larry though now we were sort of interconnected in this weird way and i guess time to promote the movie and just come out to support systems literally Now there's a couple. There's a lot of competitors support systems but is you're the only cinematographer that is one showing experience with the mutual coming in with the only support system on the market period of time. It's a no brainer right. I mean like if you wanna use this tool. Or what are your options jazz. And one of the things. I asked me to because the designer seth reed was in that meeting and and they asked me about how i would approach lighting these sets and they showed me some drawings of the saxon. And right away. I'm like what has to be. Led like you've got a You've gotta make it. Environmental impractical at right away was my first instinct and south was meetings. I'm on the same page with yours. Exactly what. I was thinking so they knew what i was. My approach was going to be built build lighting into the set. And i think adopting no one else said released suggested that everyone else is thinking lighting it with like traditional lights and all that and i right away with the pitch of like we have to build a lighting into the sets. And that's the only talking about how most of the time we might seize also walk in lights on jemma and you're letting your scenes and then you try to motivate mike fake the lights coming from things or there's there's no ceiling and there's like lights hanging above this to set you know like msu through some soft top there you're saying the difference that the lights actually not too much of the expense. 'cause i know we're going to go into it just the second obviously.

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"makaki" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"makaki" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"You gotta use it with this rig and then once i was hired we did devoted a big chunk of our prep to the the actually free fly very kindly sent us the prototype of the m15 because it had been released yet and we did a big shootout day at sam where we got four of the we had the current ronin the maximum and the fifteen. We compared all them. And we did this. Big one shot over railing through a hole down a rope like a big thing and we compare every single rig and we ended up picking the movie. It was the best at the time you know so and going back to a weird way. They're makaki was actually was close walter in and he actually asked walter to make him a set of wheels for the movie because at the time they're they're there were no wheels only way to control. It was with joyce doing so weather had just made a set of wheels. For larry and i said the walter. Because i'm closed with walter as well. And i said can you make us another set of wheels elsewhere. please share that number. Two of the wheels. Which walter gave to us so thankfully larry had started the process which was funny that it goes back to my experience with larry though now we were sort of interconnected in this weird way and i guess time to promote the movie and just come out to support systems literally Now there's a couple. There's a lot of competitors support systems. But is you're the only cinematographer that is one showing experience with the mutual also coming in with the only support system on the market period of time. It's a no brainer right. I mean like if you wanna use this tool. S what are your options jazz. And one of the things. I asked me to because the designer seth reed was in that meeting and and they asked me about how i would approach lighting these sets and they showed me some drawings of the saxon. And right away. I'm like what has to be. Led like you've got a You've gotta make environmental impractical. At right away was my first instinct and south was meetings. I'm on the same page with yours. Exactly what. I was thinking so they knew what i was..

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"makaki" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"makaki" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"So when i went into the interview i already knew about this thing and and manny gave me the heads. Obviously make sure when you come to the meeting. You're prepared to talk about this. So i if you're talking about the shot is like the it's kind of the rig. That cutters allows you to carry the movies. Yeah so that that. I thought terry in mind fi. I'm going to have an operator shoot the whole show just carrying the movie around and unlike you can't have an operator carry this thing in their arms for like eight ten hours a day you've got to support it some break. Yeah so. I came in with like videos that i had been raised. Giving me of his prototype. Test wells classen and i show them to the preussen team of expanse that this is the tool. Yes the mobile. You gotta use it with this rig. And then once. I was hired. We did devoted a big chunk of our prep to the mo the actually free fly very kindly sent us the prototype of the m15 because it had been released yet and we did a big shootout day at sam where we got. Four of the we had the current ronin the maxima and the the fifteen. We compared all them and we did this. Big one shot over railing through a whole down a rope like a big thing and we compare every single rig and we ended up picking the movie. It was the best now at the time. You know so and going back to a weird way. They're makaki was actually was close walter class and he actually asked walter to make him a set of wheels for the movie because at the time there there there were no wheels. Only way to control. It was with the joyce. Doing so weather had just made a set of wheels. For larry. And i said the walter because i'm closed with walter as well and i said can you make us another set of wheels elsewhere Please that number two of the wheels. Which which walter gave to us so thankfully larry had started the process which was funny that it goes back to my experience with larry. Though now we were sort of interconnected in this weird way. And i guess time to promote the movie and just come out to support systems literally gymnasts. Now there's a couple. There's a lot of competitors support systems. But if you're the only cinematographer that is one showing experience with the mutual also coming in with the only support system on the market period of time. It's a no brainer right. I mean like if you wanna use this tool guess. What are your options jazz. And one of the things. I asked me to because the designer seth reed was in that meeting and and they asked me about how i would approach lighting these sets and they showed me some drawings of the saxon and right away. I'm like what it has to be. Led like you've got a novelty sets the you've gotta make it environmental impractical at right away..

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"makaki" Discussed on Close Encounters of the Slurred Kind

Close Encounters of the Slurred Kind

10:50 min | 1 year ago

"makaki" Discussed on Close Encounters of the Slurred Kind

"That Ombretta is all right. Next is Tetra the Rhesus monkey not received like the like the cup. He's not literally a peanut butter and chocolate dipped monkey which would be a horrific scene especially since they throw poop. Because you get confused what which is poop. And what's the what's the peanut buttercup stuff you know? My mind goes and such weird places The LAD monkey world Received it's the lab. The lab monkey world received its first cloned in two thousand. Us based Tetra is the first in a series of cloned monkeys that scientists could use as test subjects to learn more about diseases like diabetes coup. No other Gar Gar Yes I was. Right is an Asian auks that has been dwindling in numbers so thankfully they were successfully cloned in two thousand. And one sadly noah lived for two days and died of dysentery soon after poor guy so number ten we've got the copycat CC copycat could well be the starting gun for an entirely. New Industry of pet clones created in two thousand one copycat was well a domestic cat and was also the world's first cloned pet. That's kind of cool. I WANNA I wanNA cone pet Ralph the rat given the never ending game of cat and well you know rat. It is only fair to include Ralph. So Ralph was one Orders Legion three rat pups but in the litter of rats were called pups. That's kind of weird but okay created in two thousand and two Ralphs genetic makeup. May well be used in research labs in the future a hundred and twenty nine embryos were implanted into two female rats. Holy cow could you imagine if your wife was implanted with one hundred and twenty nine embryos think of the college bills and the debt. Jesus Christ into two female rats with three being viable rats. Okay so not a legion of rats. But it sounded cool. Is it just me? You believes that rats aren't exactly cloning You know I don't know if that's just me? I think we can use them as Ladd latte animals anyways so anyways next here we have Idaho Jim. Mules are sterile right. Not If you clone them well yes there are still sterile. But this is a great way of sticking your middle finger up to biological boundaries. Idaho Jim Not Jay. I'm like I'm on Dr Jim not a Var. Whatever it's a gym G. E. M. and was born two thousand three. I don't know much more about that. One so anyways. God these names who came up with these names prome pro-meta or I'd like to say Prome T. P. R. O. M. E. T. E. A. The horse WHO'S GONNA Call Them. Fuck and the Horse. The fucking clone horse okay. Anyways in Italian team created this cloned horse in two thousand and three. The belief does that day could mass produce. Italian stallions Sadly the experiment failed and she was berthed by her own. Clone Source Parent Man You you can't recreate Italian stallion. I mean there's only one walking around and his name's job that okay and maybe also rocky Balboa but outside of us to no one else's loud di Di Towel Hawks the African Wildcat Fuck. These names detail. The African. I'm just going to that. Being endangered is not a prerequisite of cloning potential. The African wildcat was cloned for no other reason than just because we could. So you know that. Just harks back to Malcolm's you're so preoccupied with whether not you could you didn't stop to think if you should the US scientists used to that as a template for cloning other more vulnerable animals so all right last but not least libby and lily ferrets. Who doesn't like ferrets in if they smell funky and get into shit. They shouldn't get into if any animal was worthy of replication. It's these furry limb of Bodies Snake Beasts Okay might be a little based Libyan lily were cloned in two thousand and four As it turns out ferrets are useful for the study of human respiratory diseases. They have no idea how we had any relation to anatomy. But whatever fuck it science I guess we are so they are still nasty body little furry snake monsters but And they also smell like piss but whatever let's Glenn Clone a thousand of them and that pretty much takes us out of the interesting engineering's list of animals that have been successfully cloned Looks like the swirls picking up another sub space transmission Computer played this. And we'll be right back leaving man working under you four glass of Chardonnay Doral and serve that here any Mirwais. I'm pretty sure you don't want these going. Nowhere near them grapes. Righty how about a craft beer. Now you we got plenty of craft beer which one you won't know craft beer craft beer hill. I'm pretty sure the bar down the street serves it and K. Well what do you serve? I'm glad you asked work to the backwoods bar. Cast we serve Moonshine. Cheap beer bottom shelf. Liquor store is even harder to swallow join nick and Brittany and the Janitor Stephen as we discussed southeastern mysteries and mayhem including but not limited to UFO's true crime. The paranormal and much more so not four times. Grab a stool. Let the toll commits and as always drink more beer. While I am partial some craft beer. I will say that does sound like a good time anyways Now that we're back we're going to go ahead and get into our relevant article See the most recent thing to come out of Nbc News in regard to the topic of cloning Chinese scientists cloned monkeys and the break the barrier to human cloning. So basically it says From London Chinese scientists have cloned monkeys using the same technique that produce Dolly the sheep two decades ago breaking technical bear that could open the door to copying humans scary. Thought but you know what we are here and it is now. So you're coming with some awesome names Zong and Wa wa. Two identical long-tailed Maki's swimming. That's a really fun. Monkey species were born eight and six weeks ago. The picture writer. They're so cute even not want fleeing their Pooh my phase. You're so cute. Little pouf alling little dudes Making them the first primates in the order of mammals that includes Monkeys apes and humans to be cloned from a non embryonic cell it was achieved process called somatic cell nuclear transfer S. C. N. T. Which involves transferring the nucleus of a cell which includes DNA into an egg which has had its nucleus removed Researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences Scientists Institute of Neuroscience and Shanghai said there should be a boon to medical research by making it possible to study diseases and populations of genetically uniform. Monkeys also brings about the feasibility of cloning to their doorstep of our own species So Quote here's humans or primates so for the cloning of primate species including humans that technical barrier is. Now broking broken numbing or meaning. Pu. Now there's a name one. I can pronounce in two. I can get behind unless there's too involved and then I don't WanNa get behind it. The reason we broke this barrier is to produce animal models that are useful for medicine human health and so forth. There is no intention to apply this method to humans. Sure that's what all scientists say until clone becomes rampant and all the fears become realized and we ended up making superhumans run around destroying stuff governments fall. And I've obviously gotta take my tinfoil hat often. Continue with the article. So genetically identical animals are useful in research because Kofu confounding factors caused by genetic variability. In non-cloned animals can complicate experiments. They can be used to test new drugs for range of diseases before clinical use The two newborns are now being bottle fed and are growing. Normally the researcher said they expect more Makaki clones to be born over the coming months. My God they are so cute. There's a picture right here and all joking aside. I want one as a pet Since Dolly cloning poster child was born in Scotland in Nineteen ninety-six scientists have successfully used sem t to clone more than twenty other species which we kind of went over and that other Article Similar work in primates however had always failed leading some experts to wonder if primates were resistant to the methods so And you know this work another quote here that work in this paper is not a steppingstone to establishing methods for obtaining. Live born human clones. This clearly remains a very foolish thing to attempt so at least they have some Sensibility about them. And they've actually seen the drastic park franchise so Anyways we go down here. I was a little bit right about what pita thought about things so they had They had to say cloning is a horror. Show a waste of lives. Time and money and the suffering that such experiments causes unimaginable pita senior vice president gaffey goal. Ermo wonder if she's related to Guera. Modell Toro said in a statement because cloning has a failure rate of at least ninety percent that is a very high rate. These two monkeys represent misery and death on an enormous scale. Wow powerful words But you know what it is a big topic you know and it makes it makes sense that you know you gotTa have you gotTa have a stance one way or another so you know. Obviously Pete is GonNa lean more that way so well dimension hoppers that brings our first attempt at a case. Study to a close. We plan on doing more in the near future. Next time we'll be less of a solo endeavor and back to the dynamic duo you've come to know and love as always if you have any ideas of topics and themes you'd like to hear for the show feel free to shoot us a message on facebook or send us an email to close encounters slurred kind at gmail.com. We love hearing from all of our fellow space scoundrels. 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"makaki" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

16:21 min | 2 years ago

"makaki" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"I've been made a year ago. I took a row NAM because I don't want to draw attention to myself. How do things like I put the Cannon c. Two hundred and the slow Ronin him which held it really well yeah put a lens on there and you could just go running on sidewalk there big detriment of gambles is they want to stay where they are so when you go to a pan you gotTa Kinda Start Pans. Slow and you got so and let the game. We'll catch up and then you when you WANNA stop. You've got to kind of stop a little bit before you WanNa. Stop so the Wilkin slowdown in land on the frame rain that you want because you are not in total control. You're letting the gamble. Essentially you know yeah lag once you know that yeah then you can make adjustments for that. Were Steady Cam. I could just throw it around. I really I could I could be like this not just flip the whole thing sideways and inflicted backup or turned upside down or like. I I did this video radio for <hes> Dr Dre and his his new partner a guy named Snoop doggy Dogg and that was the first time anybody's ever seen snoop doggy Dogg. I guess they just call him. Snoop Dogg now or whatever I don't. I don't know where snoop yeah but at one in the video just as a joke I just turned the steady came upside down and they loved it and so we shot the whole thing upside down. Have you couldn't do that with the gamble. Build it well now. You can understand I guess now but you can understand it but if you want to invert the camera to totally invert the camera that you have to take it off and turn upside down and it's a it's a mechanical steady game you just go up literally just flip it flip it and then then everything everything is upside down save anytime at all or no not really well anything and you're. GonNa do well takes time. I think it makes any kim more robust or a boss and cooking. Take a hit and it's GONNA be okay. Oh Yeah I mean you. You can take it and mounted on a on a camera in the wind like we opened lost highway. I was hanging off the front bumper. The Camera Guard in going thirty five miles an hour and twenty four degree weather and the the winds coming around the map by gambles can handle that problem. You know probably not you know if starts to get to be too much you can always just grab steady canvas. Grela grip in place we did a shot in lost highway where there's a house that <hes> Patricia Arquette and in Bellmore Getty go into out in the middle of of of <hes> Death Valley and they come out in the wind is blowing like hell. There's sand going dust everywhere you know it bring him out of the front of the House in they walk out innocence. I walked off the porch. The win steady mistaken was crazy. 'cause a wins is going forty miles an hour this winter's. We get get them in the car. You know what I'm battling it but I mean Gumbo would not do that loan out. It would go crazy with a steady. I can correct it. I mean I did shows in Hawaii where I was fighting. The trick trade winds all the time. I didn't have time to put the Jaros on so I'll learn different ways to hold the steady cam and it'll shape but it still it's still you you get it and it'll be like a little bit of buffeted night this but I'd have a fifty millimeter on. They're doing shots of people walking on the beach and stuff and you get a little buffeting but it wouldn't be bad where the gamble. I don't think we've tolerated all right agree well at all but other things get really great at like shots from the floor up to over your head in the same shot. He told me a little bit about being became operated for people like David Lynch effort not no <hes> what what are they looking for instead. He came shots or why do they bring you out. In the first place well steady camps greatest job show business you know in the beginning when I started out it was is like I was a witch doctor with a bone in my nose. I'd walk on the set and they didn't know what I was. They tried to do everything they should have done on the on the stadium and everything they should have known steady cam on the Dalai they. I didn't really know what it did. It was like a stunt cameras but then after they figured out that we could actually do things so the steady cam can become a view some of the scene you can become involved in seen or you can become an actor. You're talking about like three personalities that the camera can take that camera you can take on a steady and one is like just introducing scenes landscapes locations wides and other ones. You're moving through the scene like lightning through laundry or like good like what Larry Makaki did in goodfellas where they go down through the restaurant and then the tables come in and all the you know and all that I mean he's the master of Super Long steady camps or the revenue the opening shot motive yeah yeah one hundred percent in the last one you said as a character. I think would be great example of that right yeah well it could be. I mean really alien scream. I was like a voyeur almost and so I was watching Drew Barrymore pop popcorn. If you watch that scene there things that I did like when when things start to get really weird yeah and in the gases I might just gut you like a fish or whatever reason he says instead of just pushing straight in our pushing on registered still Ludi just a tiny almost imperceptible but it's enough to make the audience go. This is where this is really strange. I mean on that and ah on on Jackie Brown. There's a scene where Pam grier comes out of the dressing rooms. F She's left the money in there yeah. I bring her out. She comes out talked to the to the to the <hes> to the salesgirl and do a three sixty around him but as I do the three sixty a tighten up like a like a corkscrew so by the time it comes in it starts out wider and then it's is coming in in the last part of three sixty s light on the sales girl and then on Pam and she leaves Super Dynamic shot and so you can you can come in and well. That's the thing thing with with with being a camera operators you can you can interpret the scene in a way that you can actually add something to do. The movie and I've had people come down on me. Say Oh you shouldn't editorialize realizes you do things and collaboration is something to the Vision Yeah if you always felt and I was always taught if you can make it better make it better you know with David. It's it's it's. It's always been just a wonderful experience. I mean he's he knows what he wants. We'd worked together before and we trust there was a trust and I had that coin Tom. I knew what he liked and he knew what I was capable of. My direction for for that scene was go out there and get it and I came back in. I see what you get and I said well. I got this and this is okay. Go back and get what you didn't get before. It wasn't what what what did you. What did you learn from that experience. was that a common thing. They would lunch that just go go. Get it for some reason we we clicked on Blue Velvet. I did two shots. The bug spray are going up. Dorothy valance apartment stairs and then he and Laura dern coming back down talking about the key so you're you're running up the stairs. Then with <hes> I was carrying thirty five beyond very heavy camera with about seven pound anamour fickling `bout five stories up on this sort of fire escape thing and we didn't really really have video transmitters that were any good at that time. When I was running down the stairs shooting the shot a bet with mortar in in com- clock viewfinder that I had the view finder her but nobody else could see what you're shooting well. David Lynch and for the were running behind me looking over my shoulder and there was a little rail there and it was five story straight down so usually we we always have a spotter but there is no place for the spotter they'd be in the movie and so and I run and I was carrying so much weight that I'd have to stop two steps above where I wanted to stop and dig my heels in because my feet would bounce down two steps because all the weight would pull me down the stairs. The mark McConnell comes out of the door. He meets Laura on the landing. They go down and run and I run down the stairs and I dig my heels in bouncing to the mark where they land on the next land and I'm about to step up from the landon they dialogue Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah then they take off. I have to go down those two steps run around the landing run around all the stairs and didn't dig my heels and again to bounce into the mark again and land where they give their other lance aunts and out they out they go and you're doing this with the fire escape in between them with no and I can go over the edge if I don't do it right. He's that's crazy well. Sometimes sometimes we don't. We aren't as wise as we should be people out there that maybe WanNa know how working with David Lynch. Obviously you have that kind of trust. It's fantastic but there's a lot the times where people come on. Maybe it's steady came up. I don't know how do you communicate your vision to civic him operator well. It's interesting now because I as a DP work with other. Take him operators and for some reason they're nervous to do stadium pretty nervous doing something with the grandfather steady pedicab the thing is when people come to work for me and they know that I know if they try to tell me anything. That's not do this. That's not yet yeah yeah for sure no because I've done it so I mean I've. I've done every shot you can do with a steady cam so there's no pulling the wool over my eyes but you know the great thing about that. This is a great communication tool because I can say okay so as a director that maybe doesn't know about steady Cam operating though what are like the biggest things that you put them in the steady cam if they're nice guy you leave it in balance when you give it to them. You just give it handed over to the director did movie Rockstar with Marquis Market. The Steven Herrick was a lovely man and he wanted to try on this day. Kim and I'm like anytime any director wants trounced cam like sure have at heart yeah yeah because you know if you've got a good steady <unk>. It looks like it's really easy. I mean he looked like a ballerina dancing around and it looks like they're just floating around and then you don't realized carrying one hundred pounds you know or how much Gary Independent Camera we had a movie Cam Compact on that show so I put Stephen in the steady cam strapped him in said okay pick it up and picked it up in the sweat starts pouring off all the all the stuff that we get this thing off me and I said okay take a couple of steps and he starts stepping happen. He's really heavy fee. It's like you gotTa move all that extra weight in the national reach down. Turn The Monitor on us it okay. I'll make a pretty picture and the cameras but what this does is from that moment on trust he every time he say he say cut the next words out of his mouth would get him his stand lame. Hang it up because there's an understanding now. That's when you really know what it's about and so. I'd like to go up and I use it for a while. I went up and taught at af I and and got all the new. DVD's and had them put on the steady camps. They'd know what it was like. Says not so easy yeah. Can I ask what are the keys to a good steady cam shot like what are the mistakes that how can you tell. The manager is operating versus well if you notice it if you notice it period and if you notice the shot that it's from a steady cam yeah this is good for any camera operator. If the audience sees what we're doing we've failed. We'd all comes down to the script in the division director and then really the director for the directors you come down to the script my grandfather my mother said was a contractor and he built houses and to me the script is like the foundation of House. You got a good script good to go yeah. Your House is gonNA stand end up. You gotTA rotten script. Your House is GonNa fall down and so you gotta come. Keep coming back to that script. Does it tells you everything you need to know about what is going to be so invisibility completely agree. Yeah absolutely needs to be invisible but like like framing like horizon you want to be sure and get it in balance can balance for the shot at hand so you know. I mean you can balance different ways for different shots. If you have wind have wind guards up make sure your batteries are up yeah I wanted to mention too is is with the gambles. Something people are always complaining about. Is that swimming motion up and down well. That's good because the way you walk steady camel. Take it out because the steady arm has the armed poll. See the problem with with the gamblers. You're holding like this and your shoulders are going up and down hotties going up and down the cameras going to go up and down to the demo correct for a little bit but sometimes the aren't as quick to correct his as as a steady cam would because the stadiums instantaneous mechanical it doesn't have to think about anything it just does it now everything you add to the t t any of any of these devices affects the balance of it and letting monitor on their you put batteries on the bummer pendulum will affect the way that it moves yeah absolutely the motorized gambles have a problem with cable says like you have to have motor cable if you have to have a <hes>. Yeah Cables Moon Power Cable and stuff and then and then you gotta fight those cables. Am A lot of times with the later study camps you have all the cable runs down the post. So can I ask is. Is there any kind of cinema cinema cinema language between gambles and studied him. It depends on operator because a good gamble operator can still make it feel really natural. Yeah I mean they can and do a lot of interesting things. I still think the steady cam is better always be precise. It's always is much more precise. It's like the difference between fluid hidden a gearhead. It's real quick for the audience. Fluid had Macaire head a geared has mechanical hid that has wheels on it and when you turn the wheels one tilts one pins reason people still use gearhead <hes> is that main reason position just because people are used to doing it though the great thing about a gearhead is when you're on a Dolly Yeah if you're if you're using a flu ahead you got to be really creative with the brakes otherwise when you win the Dalai takes off the camera dipper either tilt up and with the gearhead you just hold them wheels cameras not going anywhere so it's it's just all about the operator and the thing is once you learn how to use that then you can use cranes. You can use any anything that needs wheels <hes> like I did. I did a shot on Rabi horses running on the beach with an ultimate arm in the guy that Bryn Mawr. He's like well. We'll give you a joystick. I'm like I hate joysticks. GimMe wheels you take care because then I can really control the way things are going yeah. I can have really precisely. I know what ups what's up. What's down. joysticks are a bit like Brayton Electric Kimble's. You've got to kind of get them started and then you gotta let them go and then you gotTa. Kinda stopped lagging drift facing a lot of time she I once you learn learn how to use wheels. You never want to use anything else in the fluid hand you gotTa. Watch like a hawk because if you don't watch it it'll drift I prefer to anything or at any head because it's so precise second have ceased and Ronald engine frame and miss every every time and with the fluid edgy might get you might not you might slip annual vet steady cam right now. What what role do you think it plays in filmmaking and where do you. What do you think it's a stepping stone or anything is always going to be here in like film or something like that. Well you never know what's GonNa come up in the future <hes> but I think right now simply because the simplicity of the bias in it's been refining refining refined. This is a very well refund vice now and the new steady games now. I'm seeing come out. There are some interesting developments that people keep having these great ideas and they incorporate them in the device and putting putting demos on the actual steady cam you can use the gamble symbol like it's another addition to the steady cam so if you have something that's like a super rough terrain or something the gamble still trying to keep the horizon and saw that arm arm for the takes the steps south. That's like the best of both worlds in a way. There's there's a lot of things that keep changing. Who knows what we'll see. In fifteen years now always thought that eventually here's can put a connector in the back of her neck and suck the pictures right over on the camera will be the ones with the best is women will get smaller and lighter the the issue with that is you need a certain amount of weight with the steady cam to make it work. They make smaller ones but the smaller ones are more squirrelly than the big ones. The big ones are more stable whereas the the electric ones can get smaller and smaller and smaller eventually. You'll have like an apple watch with building gambler now illegal Dick Tracy be able to watch it. We can do now but you'll be able to film four K. out of your wipe able as long as you walk along. You know it'll be like microscopic things. The phone cameras getting really great. Now you know so what percent of the Hollywood the stable stabilized Walkington shots are still studying him probably the majority of the majority right yeah. It's weird right. Could we have kimble's technology's good but the people want good lenses people on good cameras. People want anamour fix. They won't wind screen. They won't things they want amount of light on the camera. They want you know whatever they want to do. You need a device like a steady cam to do that. So do you feel like unsteady Campbell. Maybe won't ever be replaced and what exactly it is but maybe more accessories will be added that are gonNA improve it that make it. I think it'll be refined abyss be refined over time. I think it'll be refined over time so you're obviously a wealth of knowledge especially as far as the steady. Kim especially justice listen with target pnn history in general you can say no to this but if People WanNa bug you and ask you questions online or something like that yeah that they can bother you. I'm on facebook facebook. They can and me on facebook. I I'm getting up to forty two hundred facebook friends now so I can only I can only have eight hundred more. 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"makaki" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"makaki" Discussed on WGN Radio

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"makaki" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"makaki" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"All you mentioned how fair. To have to special guests in the house band tonight who perform regularly all over the country as duo, and we're going to get to hear them do their thing tonight Noam Kelly and Stewart Dunkin. No, I have been in a band with you for over a decade now, and I still work. I'm going to mispronounce your name. Yeah. Sorry. No, one county doesn't really roll off the old bluegrass tongue. But but you did. Well, Chris I mean, there's room for improvement. But you did. Well. I'm not the worst the worst. No, no, no. You're not the worst night, even close. My my name has been properly butchered over the years. My first notch national gig out of the festival, and and I got to play on the main stage there and that MC introduced me as Neil Makaki. That was my big introduction. Hello world. This is the life. I've chosen for myself, Neil mcconnachie. But honestly like people have had trouble with by name going way. Back even in the progressive, north suburbs of Chicago before having trouble about twenty years ago. There were there was a little girl in my kindergarten class for for about six months. She thought my name was no one. Yeah. Always been having trouble. But as the the instance that takes the cake actually happened here in Nashville, Tennessee, Stewart talking, and I were invited to to play on the grand ole Opry a couple years ago. And this was our first chance to play on the Opry under our own names, of course, played on the Opry many times before but as members of bands. So this was going to be an opportunity to have our names called out on the grand ole Opry. And this is something we're looking forward to so much. When we arrived at the grand opera, we discovered that the great ROY Clark was going to be hosting our segment of the show. We were tickled about this. The last time we had a chance to be around. Right Clark before he passed away. This is such such a thrill, but it dawned on Stuart and me right after we got there that there was just no chance in hell that ROY Clark was going to be able to pronounce my name. And so we were just kind of giddy with anticipation of civil is possibly going to happen. Stuart. And I we stood on the side of the state's getting ready to go on. And this woman came up to me and said, no, I I work with right Clark. And I'm here to check pronunciations. I said, okay, good. She said is is your name pronounced, no the county. Yeah. That's that's perfect. That'll just crate. She kind of looked down and folded her arms and said. Well, ROY is going to do his best. No, no pressure..

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"makaki" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"makaki" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Is there anything better in the world and talking to a couple of members of super troopers? I would argue there is not Kevin Heffernan. Steve lemme join me in the middle right here on AM, six eighty w arguing gentlemen, it is an honor and a privilege. Thank you take forever. I love you. That's a great way to be introduced. Oh, we're just getting started fellas. Super troopers to premiere in Boston. I was there. I had the mustache role. And you guys were awesome Heffernan. Let's start with you. I know this is called Tacoma FD your new series for true TV. But I get the feeling you might have wanted to call this concord FD based on how much you loved it here in Massachusetts hack. Ed, we love jacket. So I'm a big Waltham. I'm a big Waltham guy myself Waltham FD. But I get so for those that weren't at the super troopers do for mirror couple of years ago, Kevin's there and Gavin's let's have a beer fellas. The problem Kevin I thought at the end of the night was how many beers were you going to have that night because five hundred people were there in five hundred people wanted to have a beer with you. How do you get out of that every night? You don't I mean, that's the way you dive into it. You know? And we we the further mistake we made was to make a movie called beer fast. Worse. The planned on making movie called sex fast. And then I think we're going to rule. Well. I think you guys are that's called using your noggin right there. That's planning ahead. I liked that. So let's talk about Tacoma FD for starters the name of the show. I know you guys, I know how you work. I'm thinking the original working title of this series was men with hoses or my right? Knows all too. Well. Yeah. It was a really men with hoses. And then we, you know, he cleaned it up a little bit for mass consumption kids are gonna watch this show. Well, that is the thing. Like, right. So even with the super trouper stuff. I know there's some stuff that happens where you're like. Yeah. I know even though that was good. We can't put that in there. Now, you've got new parameters with TV. I know it's true TV. But are there things that you guys are doing on a weekly basis? We like my God. I wish we could put this on TV. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, we're learning all those rules as we go along like you only get like six swear words, we still get sick. Swear words. The big problem is lemme no longer do male nudity. Really bummed. I love showing my John. I love people see in my job and. You know, honestly, I almost didn't agree to do the TV show 'cause they wouldn't let me show my junk. But. You know, we we we push on we persevere, and I'm at least getting show my choice again this season. But you know, I'd have to make another movie, so I can show my front junk. Well. Let's move off of that for a moment. Let's talk about the character named Kevin your Terry Makaki. But Steve you're Eddie. Now, I want him to get the last name pronunciation properly is it. And easy. All right. So it's. And I s I now where did that last name come from exactly? You know, what you're going to think I'm lying, but my sister dated a guy his last name was easy and in high. He's actually a really nice guy. But my friends gave me a hard time. So I was dating a guy last night with peanuts with an I at the end of it. And so my whole life. I've been waiting to use that that name for a character. And finally, Tacoma SDS my opportunity. You know what? Sometimes patience is a virtue would sometimes it pays off now. Kevin as he said you've heard this fifty times, I'm sure he's to explain that last name. But as he said peanuts with an eye you gave that chuckle because you can't not chuckle at that. Right now. You know? And we we sit on that joke. I. We have a good time with that joke. The whole season. So it's it's still tickles me that you had a boyfriend with that name. Well, it tickles me you see one of the things that happens with you guys is like you guys have done movies together. You have a really big podcast that you do weekly. Now, you doing this show? And I would think after awhile you two would get sick of each other either. You're the best actors in the world or you guys just do make each other laugh almost all the time. No, we're sick of each other. I'm sitting next right? I can't wait to get out of the car. He's driving. Breathing through his mouth. He's he's making noise. Oh my God. Well, you know, I like I said we persevere let me give you a review from the Boston Herald today of Tacoma FDA. It goes, quote, if Reno nine one one got hammered hooked up had a baby Senate to boarding school. And then a private college in Vermont whereupon graduation it specialized in municipal zoning regulations. It would end up looking like Tacoma FD. I think fellas that's a pretty good first line for a review of this show. Don't you? The funny thing is is that is actually the only. That we know about that Boston Herald review, it's it's actually not a great reviews. But that's a great sentence. It lost me. They love me like halfway William joking about it. We were like, we know the review the guy didn't like the show, but we were like actually pretty good like their coach we can. So, but it's the only negative review. Their show has gotten people seem to really be liking the show. I realized like Akaki D bag probably think. But anyway, thank you for pulling that great quote for us that is a great quote in. When I read that review. I thought this is a guy trying to justify to himself. He's trying to write a review that allows him to say he doesn't like the show, but I'm positive. He does. Yeah. We got a lot of and when you when you name a movie beer fast. Put their jobs on the line when they say they like the movie called beer. Yeah. No. I agree. Totally. And you got what I love about. You guys you embrace it. I know I'm going to let you guys go. We're way over time already. But I guess I'll leave you with this fella's one of the things I love about what you to do. Kevin heffernan. Steve lemme as you embrace who you are. Look you make no apologies. We love super troopers. I've thought super troopers was even better than super troopers. I want more that. So you said guess what? Here it is. We'll be firefighters instead of cops. But we're giving you exactly what you want. And I can't thank you enough for that Velez. Now. You're welcome. Philosophy is always been create a world where people want to come and hang out with you. And that's what we try to do this to as long as we can have mustaches. We demand that you have mustaches and never go beard that would be using what time where and what time can people find the show, by the way. Premieres tonight on TRU TV ten thirty PM eastern time. 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"makaki" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"makaki" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The restaurant business back in the seventies. And she had created a restaurant that was homemade soups salads, everything. Homemade and we had a lot of products that we go crackers, and there were no good crackers out there in the market. I mean, it was very limited. It was mass produced products. And that just wasn't consistent with the values of the restaurant business that we were in. And so my mom. This is cracker. That was really more. Like, a large race be flattered that we would break up into pieces, and then they would put those Makaki went to soups and salads. And she took a basket how and wait around to a bunch of specially food shops and literally everybody ordered within two weeks. Even through our growing out. We really stuck with a core values are a lot of places where you could take shortcuts, and we just don't do that. So when people buy our products, they know they're getting what it says we rest our own garlic, garlic and Rosemary Packers, actually as to garland. We do in house. We just started leominster are London cookie. So we're very focused on the details that go into the products to make them taste great. We provide crackers for people of all along the spectrum of wanting to improve what they're eating. So we have an olive on seesaw cracker, which is what I call a fancy plane. I'm bit appeals. Very broadly all the way to an organic sprouted lentil, each agreeing which appeals to the organic consumer who's looking for something that has better for you grade. I can't get my computer to work. Let me help you with that. How'd you do that? I just got techy with geeks. Onsite our geeks literally come on site. No need to stop what you're doing. Or block off time. We come to your home office or wherever you are. And we don't just fix whatever computer issues, you might be having explain and.

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"makaki" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

05:14 min | 3 years ago

"makaki" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"But as it approached the building Golightly tries to cut in front of it. But the car keeps rolling and runs him. Okay. What kind of optimism is this dude upgrading with? I don't it's like the person who thinks they can get across the train tracks faces death. Try don't even try to find just could get it. No. You can't you can't what if I went around the front of that note guy who not enough people told him who he really is. God Galazi that'd became verb. Gladly the other that car. Do you think do you think that like? He. Why cut in front of the car? Yeah. It's like building approaching building car is there. In front of the car like stop and go behind the car because I think he felt like if I stop it at all I'm gonna get caught. Right. I'm gonna show you guys video of this. Here we go ready. Video running running tries to cut in front of car running money money and the car runs him over the current into the building into the building. How why in? Okay, hold on face, didn't wait because the cops were right on hind him. But. Hood or something or go left. Why not go left? Yeah. Go go left go. He. Always go. Let's not go left right left. Okay. So they close. He's wearing exactly what I thought. He would be wearing. But the car keeps rolling runs him over and pinch him underneath our our deputies are right there. Jensen said they used a carjack to lift the car and rushed Golightly to the hospital. He suffered a broken leg. He's fine fine. They are laughing at him. The whole tire time lafley, I'm like separate. The whole time one hundred percent you happy. He's crying. And so do you want us to wheel the gurney in front of the ambulance for you? Or do you think that would be a bad idea inside the Honda, deputies found a number of items believed to have been stolen and all that under three dollars? Everybody in the neighborhood said thank you for cleaning out. Our thank you. Because my car was dirty with knickknacks for aware. And like what did he say gentlemen? The things in this car are perfect. I'm going to read them on these. I'm gonna read them off two of them are fake. Did you write to fake ones? And you're. Okay. Dan, put in that, Debbie. ERK tennis racket fake. Punk cattle. Uh-huh. A Seattle Mariners jacket. Okay. Please say a cricket bat, eight Texas, Instruments calculator Dopp designer sunglasses a bottle of air freshener and a swin scooter. Wow. Which two of these are fake. Do you wanna go first third, and we're gonna get outta here? Shortly after all, right. I'm gonna go. I would he got what are the two? Phase. I think that. I think if you're if you're swin scooter, then I bet you you do have a ping pong paddle on. I bet you don't have tennis rack. And because you have those other things and how many go I'm going to say no can of air freshener and tennis racket. I'm saying not get no air fresh. Okay. Randy J. I mean, this is really a study in Dan kirks mind, because I have to understand what are the little things that Dan is about Dan. Entire. Entirely. Upset and I'm glad you guys get I'll be singing the solos. Four for one for one in. That's right. And none for all his neck down. We don't have time for this. And like the all. The thing you garden. Okay. So. So. What is not in the car? Or the music or the. A seattle. Mariners jacket, okay? And a ping pong paddle. Okay. I think Dan is. I think it's the tennis racket on the ping pong paddle. As the first two things you mentioned this is near Portland. Oregon tennis. Yeah. I think guys check it out to you got one thing. Is it the same thing? No, okay to we've got new have them. Okay. Just tells rundown Texas Makaki later sunglasses schwinn scooter, ping pong, paddle. Mariners jacket tennis racket and air freshener the two things that were not actually stolen from the items in this car to the victims of Simpson since been reunited with their stolen items except for the things they didn't get were.

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"makaki" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"makaki" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"Delicious can't beat that big. There's a keg of beer that's still here. I mean, come on that needs to be finished off down and do a keg stand. Yeah. If you know what's good for you. Thank you again. Joe? Thanks very much. Having me all the very best to you and your family in this new year. Go go Pence until next time and has always get outta my face. Happy new year ear while fans is eighteen is over not a moment too soon challenging year. However, a real bright spot was doing. That's right. I I love it. I'm Dave Holmes mcconnachie, and we had such a good time this year doing this show. If you are not familiar, homophobia is a podcast here at your wolf where Matt and I talked to awesome LGBT queer. Plus people still have let's just say liberties geniuses, creators makers movers shakers. About the pop culture that they're loving and the people that we had a ton of great gusts eighteen including Jesse Tyler Ferguson. Maybe you've heard of him for a little show called modern family. He's telling us the story about the time. He got caught shoplifting. Gay porn. Oh, all the blood rushed to my stomach. I just felt such compassion for him. Mat Rogers of last culture is talking about losing his rigidity to the manager of a clam bar. So romance always going fence, the great ryobi, but you're giving us essentially a masterclass on gender fluidity round or yes. Talking about marriage, and then like moments after the show drought proposing to his boyfriend and also during the episode flirting heavily with Dave Holmes is related to the proposal followed shortly after I don't know you have to listen to find out not for us to know, Dan, savage, who, you know, he's a genius sex and love guru right here. Wolf breaking down being monogamous, tons more. It was a great year. If you like really good stories if you like laughing ton if you like going, real deep under pop culture and your into your. Self help your queer theory, but fun, listen, homophobia with Dave homes and me Mam Makaki on apple podcasts or Stitcher over ever. You joke. Thank you.

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"makaki" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

Yo, Is This Racist?

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"makaki" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

"Why talk shit shit. What what are we talking shit town? What are we talking shit town? Let's not because it's twenty nineteen a brand new year a fresh start. So because it's a fresh start stop talking shit and start listening to home affiliate. Like, it's a New Year's resolution that is to resolutions. Stop talking and start listening to homophobia, what is home affiliate. Tony. You know, is that queer comedy party where host Dave Holmes met Makaki grill. LGBTQ celebs on what they love. And and who they're loving. Interesting. Would you say they have in-depth hilarious conversations about everything from their pop culture? Obsessions to do talks about their guests is personal experiences would say that. I would definitely say that I would say that you would. I mean, I feel like we'd have to. That's just talk. You have to say it because it's on the paper. But also I would say because I listened to the show and that that is what they do. So it is also the truth. What about some what are the guests and conversations they've had last year? Oh my gosh. Jesse Tyler Ferguson telling us his story about shoplifting gay porn, Mat Rogers from local traces friend of our show talking about losing his virginity to the manager of a clam bar. I'm sorry. I need to read this again. Mat Rogers talking about losing his rigidity to the manager of a clam bar. You know, what fuck you Matt for giving them a better addict dote that you gave us man. Yeah. Man. We get no clam bar shit. No, Matt come back on here. And redeem yourself gave great anecdotes spongy nation. You gave this. Clam bar bombshell on home affiliate out. What you give to us. I don't remember the some really stuff. Funny. I guess they also Kerama Brown from queer eye talking about marriage, and then proposing to his boyfriend weeks later, I hope that Dave and matter invited to the wedding if not huge, snub Graham, oh town. They also section love advice. Dan, savage breaking down being monogam-, mich- checkout, homo filial, apple podcast Itcher or wherever you listen to podcasts. Figure out some kind of cold open, which we did. Yeah. This is this is it that was really good. Andrew. Oh, you're you. I knew better. No this. I think that we're going to keep that because why work harder. I can't. I literally can't you had a long night. We all have a variety of beverages. I'm introduced our guest beverage. I he's drinking a rockstar energy drink 'cause I I like poison, and I'm kind of a I won't people know him kind of douchebag see your each strike me as neither someone who likes poison nor douchebag, but I know sh don't blow up. My don't don't remember when my brain is this your podcast persona..

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