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"maslin" Discussed on The Current

The Current

03:09 min | 3 weeks ago

"maslin" Discussed on The Current

"How do you design your cities. How'd you actually make cities khuda green leaves Making sure that you have a does through cities and things like that which makes the city More healthy to in actually improves environment. The people actually live it but that makes me wonder then. In your opinion mark is is extreme. Heat here to stay is lytton today and in another village and other town tomorrow. absolutely whether it's going to be siberia as it was launched year whether it's going to be You as it was in two thousand eighteen or whether it's going to be the west coast of the americas in in twenty twenty one extreme heat waves extreme wildfires more droughts intense winter storms heavy rainfall with putting more energy into the climate system. And of course they're focused for. It's gotta go somewhere and so what's happening is going to get more extreme weather than in places that we don't usually get them and of course we humans. We can actually adapt to almost every condition. But we have to have some morning. We have to have some pre panning. We have to have to why infrastructure to actually deal with. The climate is going to be so natasha in the future year. Someone shouting from the rooftops. What you what you're talking about is is a lot of change. Do you get the feeling those politicians you mentioned before are starting to listen. I have to say. I'm an optimist on hearing lots of fantastic things from politicians all around the world but also i'm hearing things from companies so you'll see huge companies actually making incredible places and meaning it about reducing. They call them. But i think that actually what's happened is that we have individuals p pleurisy saying a knock is enough. I don't want to be back village. I don't want to be in that e clay and actually because they realized that all the things that way suggesting we should do a win win. So it's about well if we actually take away also like Diesel and petrol costs and protean electric cars. Air pollution suddenly improved markedly. So our children don't have to worry about asthma so much you know all the things that we all suggesting to deal with. Climate change those to reduce that carbon footprint but also to adapt to win win. They improve people's lives they make them healthier and also they actually make them want to be in the area. They all i promise you they all say money mark great to get your insight today. Thank you so much. Mark maslin is a climate change professor at university college in london for more. Cbc podcasts goto. Cbc dot ca slash podcasts..

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"maslin" Discussed on Accidental Gods

Accidental Gods

02:59 min | Last month

"maslin" Discussed on Accidental Gods

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"maslin" Discussed on Accidental Gods

Accidental Gods

04:44 min | Last month

"maslin" Discussed on Accidental Gods

"Is government and some dumb better than others. Okay we all wish that we were actually in new zealand so suddenly it isn't companies that care about us because she most companies went to government. Said excuse me sir. Could i have a bailout please. And so therefore. This whole near liberalism has been shattered because people realize when the chips it down the only organization that actually has their best interests at heart as government and therefore you want a good government that that she looks off everybody and that she manages the distribution of resources wealth and services. And so i think we've the pandemic and really wit way has actually become sort of power of the death knell of neoliberalism what emerges foam matt is another matter and so the next few years it can be really interesting as the weld older autism and changes. You'll sat to member by twenty forty. That will be the first time that the asian economic powers actually generate more than fifty percent of global gdp. That's the first time. European countries will not be the majority of the global economy. That's going to change things massively as well. Oh and there goes a whole new podcast. Talk of oh gosh yes. There's so much in that mark and so much that i would love to because one of the really interesting i i would disagree holy about capitalism being useful. I didn't say that. I just said there was a massive difference between capitalism and near liberalism. Okay so as we found if you look at different political systems the natural state of humans is to compete. That's absolutely fine whether it's whether it's in music with an art whether it happens to be in companies lots of collaboration but lost competition. that's fine. You can harness that so one of the things in the book. I stress is that actually. We need lots of entrepreneurs to come up with fantastic new technology new ideas new social constructs to actually build a different better world and so we had to actually be very conscious of humanity and how humans operate and build a society actually builds on the strengths and that she regulates against our weaknesses which is twenty six people..

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"maslin" Discussed on Accidental Gods

Accidental Gods

05:12 min | Last month

"maslin" Discussed on Accidental Gods

"The interesting thing is that the way the colvin system balance itself if we could go carbon-neutral as a planet now. Most of us think that we would still stay at low one and a half degrees. The actual increase in temperature of that lag will be quite small because there will be other sinks and sources taking outcome dockside so. We have a little bit of warming. Tim but not as much as people fear okay. That's that's probably the most cheerful thing i've heard for months and i was listening to corey doctrine somebody else's podcast yesterday is an amazing science fiction writer. If you haven't read his stuff definitely do. And he basically said that from his reading the arctic isis toast whether whatever we do it's gone and therefore global coastal cities around the globe are are going to go and the sooner we wake up to that the better and actually do something constructive. There isn't necessarily building a twenty foot high wall along the thames. To try and protect. London is so is that not the case is he. Is he misreading. The science on that are k. so the but scientists have is the climate deniers a really awful because they underplay everything they basically say. It's too expensive but actually there's also the doommongers as well so you have a whole group of people many ngos who basically go the planet's touched with doomed. There's nothing we can do about it and things us scientists we have this tightrope walk between this denial despair because the interesting thing is well. Arctic sea ice. Well yes if we really will not the atmosphere summer tuxedo. Ice might go completely but trust me. It's really cold in the winter in the arctic. There's going to be ice in the winter and also sea ice doesn't change the sea level. What we're about then is the melting of greenland and the west antarctic ice sheet. So it's been it's been trying to unpick what is really scientific as opposed to what is fear mongering and. I think that's why i try to do in the book and that's why one of the chapters in the middle chapter five. Says if we do nothing this is how bad it will be yes. Coastal cities will be flooded. Yes there will be a summers in the tropics plus fifty degrees. You know we know this when the science but on the flip side if we do everything we can. We can actually develop an ecotopia. We can actually keep temptresses one and a half degrees remove air pollution and things like that and actually it's still about just moving away from technology from the nineteenth century. Fossil fuels are moving to twenty-first-century power sources to basically make sure we don't actually pollute the atmosphere and it's really odd. Because i turned people go what we've learned fat. Sulfur dioxide atmosphere is bad acid rain. But i'd like that. Well we've learned that we don't really want mercury anywhere in the foods cakes that causes birth defects. We know will this. So when we tell manigault will seattle. Atmosphere is bad what we stop. It's a pollutant people got no no no no. This is all you know. It's it's much more difficult. That's like no it's a pollutant. You just regulate it out. Yes so given that i would be one of the people saying i think it's slightly more complex than mercury and let some picked a bit because mercury himself or were not absolutely fundamental to the rise in prosperity. That has happened since the second world war which has put a very small number of people in positions of extraordinary power on a global basis. We have. We've had the gutting of the monopolies concepts it's now really not a problem to create monopolies. We have a small number of fossil fuel companies. Who go on then to.

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"maslin" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:44 min | 6 months ago

"maslin" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Theater professor Lawrence Maslin. His characters were so big. He filled them. With so much verve and talent. He played John Barry more. He was the only actor who could sort of do that and be credible. I can add colors to the chameleon change shapes with Proteus for advantages and set the murderous McCampbell to school plumbers film career flowered as he got older. He was cast in plummy character roles. Mike Wallace in the Insider, J. Paul Getty in all the money in the World, and he won an Oscar for playing a father, who comes out as gay at the age of 75 in Beginner's Plumber, said Those were the kind of characters that he was interested in playing there, which he they've got wonderful edge to them. And I think people think that I exude a sort of power. So they keep casting me in these things and audiences enjoyed plumbers, wit an edge in those roles even as they worshiped him in the movie he found so mawkish For NPR news. I'm Jeff Lunden in New York. Yeah. This is NPR news. And that was today's edition of all things considered the 90.3 Key, easy You coming up on marketplace today, while the Senate back President Biden's $1.9 Trillion relief pine along party lines, one Republican critic is pushing back at the price tag, claiming the previous relief bill still have.

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"maslin" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:38 min | 6 months ago

"maslin" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Professor Lawrence Maslin. His characters were so big. He filled them. With so much verve and talent. He played John Barry more. He was the only actor who could sort of do that and be credible. I can't add Cut us till the coming of the on change shapes with Proteus for advantages and set the murderous McCampbell to school plumbers film career flowered as he got older. He was cast in plummy character roles. Mike Wallace in the Insider, J. Paul Getty in all the money in the World, and he won an Oscar for playing a father, who comes out as gay at the age of 75 in Beginner's Plumber, said Those were the kind of characters that he was interested in playing there, which he they've got wonderful edge to them. And I think people think that I exude a sort of power. So they keep casting me in these things and audiences enjoyed plumbers, wit and edge in those roles even as they worshiped him in the movie he found so mawkish For NPR news. I'm Jeff Lunden in New York. Mm hmm. This is NPR news. Mike Nichols won academy Emmy Grammy Antoni Awards but also made some Clinton David Dolphin was not a movie that was incredibly close to Mike's heart. He would refer to it later in life disparagingly is the fish movie. Mark.

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"maslin" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:56 min | 10 months ago

"maslin" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Atkins the fence. Just. Then police officers themselves scrambled to get back. Witnesses say they heard shouts of the word bomb. Shortly. Before this pedometer had taken a prison psychologist hostage. That's how he broke out of Denmark's highest security prison where murderers serial rapists, paedophiles, and criminally insane are serving long sentences. In his case, a life sentence female torso has been found in the water of a Copenhagen suburb Maslin had earned some fame as an inventor but that all changed after he was convicted of the two thousand seventeen killing of Kim Bal doing a trip on his home made submarine off the Danish coast. On. Tuesday police and prison guards chase down after he escaped. Insecurity footage shown on Danish media officers shot at the prisoner by name. Get on the ground the officers yell before catching up to him. Madison then tries to get into white van. He threatened the driver that he'd shoot him if he didn't drive him away but officers got him slapped cast on him and then move the week quickly. Because mass and threaten them by saying he had a bomb the smoother had no father someday maybe baton police today say they believe and had help from others? Police inspector lower told reporters that message appeared to have a gun and some type of suicide vest reminder MPN, Geraldo for Horny on. That's why Swat team officers stay back with their guns drawn lying flat on the ground some distance from Mason. They were waiting for the bomb squad to arrive after. The high hustled, obey clear team when and. took several hours before offices were sure that the explosive mass and had on.

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"maslin" Discussed on Speak On It

Speak On It

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"maslin" Discussed on Speak On It

"So that fifty album counts against. So. At some point, you're going to have to make sure you are cash flowing properly so that you can use those risks to help you qualify because if not likely that your income from your job is going to increase at that same thing. So at some point, you have to be strategic and make sure that you charge enough for rent. you know I've More region be seven fifty and there. Okay. 'cause they're charging nine hundred bucks. But what we do the formula they're short. So you have, you know all of those things help with healthy. you qualify for more because like I said, your income is going to increase at the same rate and you know the rents. So. Dumb you picking I will turn his brain. To Listen, I don't want this for personal use this. Isn't. Wasn't it. I'm wondering the breakdown what he disabled because that Maslin don't. Compete with. Alone my rent is seven fifty I charged them I told them not hundred and I'm still losing money. Right. So let's think thousand dollars. Role is you can get seventy five percent of the income. So you're charging thousand dollars for rent. We when we look at it and you're trying to finance the house. Okay. We can give him credit for seven hundred, fifty dollars. Right. If your mortgage is six hundred and fifty dollars. You have a positive income of what we can used for calculations in. Is Hundred. Dollars Right?.

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"maslin" Discussed on Bodega Boys

Bodega Boys

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"maslin" Discussed on Bodega Boys

"Don't on sleep apnea Maslin over reason. Like, I go like preventative medicine. Do the fucking. We can't even do the fucking podcast shit. I'm not gonna die Skype in Skype into computer radiation with that. Give me the you. I'll talk to you. Because then I'm awhile fuck out until the year comes. Like, if you tell me yo twenty twenty nine it's like that. I'm while in the fuck out say twenty twenty while in the fuck out for a couple of months. By ten for ours, crashed everybody kids, go, yo. What about our colleges? Got the day. You walked what's the point of you graduate? And if I can't be there to be to be mad gloating and shit like oh also going to be. The what will happen is. If you die. You kid is going to excel at school. We driven by the memory you trying to make you proud be the wild blitz on graduation like my dead father. Neglect me in the back of the fuck on the movement nigger. Next. I'm hot right now. The judge sue foot shoot this nigga Fook valedictory Leeman college for the number one venture capitalist on the northeast region for love your carpet. Her name is Carmen Lopez. She is the nineteen Ninety-two graduate of Liman highschool business academy that she would be giving the valedictorian speech today for carbon Lopez. Thank you. Thank you. How to say that little fuck? Excuse me. Wiz. Across pool is this. I care about venture capital. No, you know, venture capitalist nuts. Poppy, listen to me, you can do venture capital and make a lot of money. All you have to do is get by my car. You job us just pitching. That's graduates, that's one of the parents acuity. So, you know, she's going to be like all your other bike. It's and then have people. You can. Komo who is the data. To school for four years for those days. Brought my good Tim. Joe I was so tired of my high school graduation because so many famous people went to clan. I was always going to be. Raffle rain. It's going to be fucking this thing from the giants that no nigga. It was fucking Curtis. Slee what from the guardian? Angels, y'all. Out of here. They that nigga to shreds. Three thousand Bronx kids, and then they could take your life..

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"maslin" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"maslin" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"Nascar live is highlighting pit crew member each week as we close in on the start of the twenty nine thousand nine season the wheel entrusted to perform pit crew member of the week is hunter Maslin east the front tire changer for Brad Keselowski number two Ford Mustang Team Penske 'em RN's. Rocco? Williams talked with him about his career. I'm originally from marksville Louisiana, real small town and state. All the NASCAR originally went through the NASCAR tech school. And then kind of work me over to pit training right there next door and ORs Ville and got the pit dot training. And you know, long story short of few coaches from Penske racing. I by Washington about practices got to try out. And now as they say the rest of history there, and it was a big year for your team as a home winning the championship scribe in the next year. What that was like. Ills a good year for Team Penske of the whole, you know once once in big races. And then of course, you know, Joey when in championship, but are twenty two teams. So I know everyone was proud of that I play the bad thing. It's a good problem to have is extrication set really high for next year so up to us to keep that momentum rolling through even that's hundred Aveling front tire changer. For Brad Keselowski at Team Penske, you'll real entrusted to perform pick through member of the week. Brought to you by Huila on the road in the air. And around the world Wieland is trust it to be seen trusted to be heard trusted to perform coming up on NASCAR live. He came gets an update from.

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"maslin" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"maslin" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"So you get a better idea in the next couple of weeks. Like, I said as far as the Mexico server degrom. He's just waiting until the Cy Young award. Ballot comes out. Is he? But then upped the ante. Yep. I think he gets his money whether he wins or not. But he's he's he's earned it. Let's face it. We also have been baseball players to way to throw money around. Opt out thing. That's ridiculous. I mean, just I mean, God bless them. But you make a. You have a bad year during your your walk. You opt out here. You said no, I'm not I like it here. Even I'm hitting to Ken, oh, I like it. Here you hitting three ten leading league at home as an Rb is. I think we need to negotiate some more money. Right. Maslin ever said, you know, what you had a bad year last year? We're going to take a year off your contract. What are we going to supreme court? Can't have that. So I'm looking for that one player that you met fans and and Yankee fans want. And a little football. Also because the jets a plan in Miami one o'clock game. Thanks, a weird feeling. I think the jets they lost the Miami at home. I got a feeling they could beat Miami in Miami. Just give Donald sometime connect with his receivers. That's another guy. I want to see progress. 'cause it's kind of like he started. He's that little baby that stood up took his first step in fell flat on his face. And he's crying and he's trying to decide if he wants to end up again, eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six. We'll be.

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"maslin" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"maslin" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"I said him you did it again yeah yet did it again as the worst right so so now in his name that aid was saying was david saunders he was at apa and who i left apa joined william morris and then i made a move call resurrecting the trample sam jackson and i still remain friendly with my my ex agent david and i invite him to a screening and after the movie was overturned to me and he said oh you did it again and i go back you know what i you now you not realize he had told your human gore's asian of course it in realize he's a lovely got he added but and then we talked about what was wrong with the movie in his in his opinion and that movie the movie was semi law but i could still i could still get into it and boy you really have to have a thick skin in in this business if you wanna if you want to succeed and while yes oh let's talk about the transition far because you know there are only a handful of reviewers i would ever ever care what they had to say right because ultimately it is just one person's opinion writer you get some janet maslin who wrote great essays right on film and filmmaking storytelling and then that's become two different artform yes so obviously a you were trying and your interests were in following in the footsteps of those of those great film reviewers as opposed to surely what exist now in the critic world which unfortunately has been blown wide open right by bloggers yet everyone's a critic as they say well you know eytan the the joke that everyone's out opinion and they all staying here has been around forever right um and.

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"maslin" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"maslin" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

"The dnc looking second bank and they looking at the feingold race it's clear to me that that twenty percent of the electorate in those critical states that didn't like either candidate now which is extraordinary when you think about twenty percent of the elector that didn't like trump or clinton that those voters broke overwhelmingly the trump at the end it because they figured whatever he is he's change and whatever she is she's not and that's ultimately what what drove good but that the boat back i begin map by credit for this but map i and i am you may have read this but i think you'll get a chuckle out of it map i said think of hillary and trump it's like go into the cineplex you have two choices for the movies one is a booby you've seen and you hated the ending one is a booby you've never seen everybody else tells used the worst movie ever made but you've never seen it um yet at a mess now they have an a gap coroner's getting a little work together tired of popcorn in the entertainment let me wrap up this way talking to paul maslin the the the the guy who the la times has decided was the guru behind a jones's victory and i've normal longtime i think the la times beyond a some so give me your rap on 2020 if senator acts comes to you that you've worked with on and off again and i i don't when it sees generic candidate acts not and i don't want to get into specifics here how would you tell them what is your sense of what you think the twenty twenty democratic primary electorate is going to look like and feel like it and what would your advice to be too ambitious younger new generation type of candidate who looks around and says well why not me what are you saying that those folks in what would you know that here's was tricky batic as i there are so many.

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"maslin" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"maslin" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

"Recall you're like you've won three times you're you're trying to deal now you try to do what tommy thompson didn't pull off a fourth at boy that has jenista he's the junkies junkie care think of anything else in his life but you're right but i do think then that's you know without getting too deeply out but the third term is problematic i mean i in it tommy pulled it off but that was a different age as twenty years ago life has changed i think it's tough for anybody to go out there and which ask for cold warriors i was just gonna say that matter who you which party what and winds are anything spio with paul maslin longtime democratic pollster the guru behind the doug jones upset in alabama so let's go in alabama uh you you have a knack and i mean this is a compliment you have a knack you're more willing to take on a challenge i think than some of your competitors in the polling business i am i going to name names which you are always more willing to take a doug jones as a candidate you know i'll get people at that the sec tell him we will you know he can't win and i'm like all right you know if you have that attitude then you're right he'll never win would you know did you do it on a lark or did you already see something i i'll be very honest um when i got the call from giles perkins and in giles's 'extraordinary human being and reflects extraordinarily well on doug jones shiddo when i find in politics that when you sorta look back in the more you've been through it that some of the best judges of what somebody really is and what their capability is is ultimately the people around them and and the the fact that somebody like giles was was leading discharge charge and and when the fire burberry first tom called joe was already there joe trivia that's already there it and part of the team but.

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"maslin" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"maslin" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

"Ladies and gentlemen we invite you to meet the press leak the party press in the 1940s seven it's that meet the press podcast my guest today is democratic pollster paul maslin in december the la times called paul quote the guru behind doug jones is big win in alabama among as other clients over the years currently familiar names are washington's us senator patty murray a once in future perhaps senate democratic leader in the senate california lieutenant governor gaba new some who would like to be california you'd like to drop the lieutenant title and democratic activists tom steyer who none of us are sure what he's running for paul began his career working at jimmy carter's campaign in alabama he was reunited with joe trip he who he worked with an oath four on the howard dean presidential campaign so mr masiel and welcome the ninety forty seven glad to be here chuck i've no new for years you've always been the the best pollster not based in washington and that's not meant to be a shot that's meant to be jealousy uh for everybody in washington that you have car this out without having to live in this cesspool how'd you pull that off know i don't know i i love dc i was there in the 80s and i've been born in california and worked in california and kinda had this notion that i wanted to go back there and so one thing lead to another a now split my time actually with my family in madison wisconsin and then our most of our firm and our offices are in california so the joke i usually told was that i went from washington to see the real people have been as beach decided that wasn't real enough so that i went to berkeley at a and then i said now that's not really america now i'm in i'm in madison so yes so you really one will one liberal enclave to another yeah i was just gonna say diva nowhere in america is you know where did not apply.

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"maslin" Discussed on Beers with Talos

Beers with Talos

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"maslin" Discussed on Beers with Talos

"So booker maslin would you care to explain what crypto kitties are crypto kitties likes it's like you know how much fun like bitcoin is like just by itself just at rest imagine that much is the clinton allies it's so much fun at rest in great military is firing shells this by itself and cats to that in see how much more funded even thinking about that is miller no you said that wrong it'll add cats to it you replace the awesome bitcoin's with cats like it's not even though he will top the bitcoin legs is that it's like if no it's not a tear into creating and bini babies lake had their own bastard child bright he would be crypto case but but the important thing is so so the important the there's a lot of amazing late honest amazing in this in this whole don't story or whatever so you can go to crypto kitties dot c o and you can you can go see what's going on but essentially there is an alternative to this point all there's warned we are not endorsing that this is a good idea we don't know what's going on dec tom so crypto kitties is essentially um it runs on if an alternative bitcoin cold a theory on in so nigel you'll love this um a theory um i let me let me stock 'cause they had two i gotta i gotta talk to warren fermented because this is gonna come up hey warren i want to talk about bitcoin and cryptocurrencies shit i'm going to mess it all up i'm going to be wrong in i need you to understand up i don't give a shit i don't care.

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"maslin" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"maslin" Discussed on The Canon

"Last week's episode because to me that was my closes analog to last england peres of you seeing a film bureau and then going out to the after party both of these reform festival failure you see at the film festival you walk out to the party everybody's staring at their vodka soda like what the fuck does happen who vault pair of paul verlaine makes the what the fuck did this movie does happen mean and after soon nobody still can agree if showgirls is a hot mess on purpose and we were were coming a round of the hot mess on purpose utah idea be we've had books written about it now so but it's still the idea everyone wants to take him so seriously and can't so i were to start off by reading a couple of reviews oh you're you're of starshaped uber subaru's great when it came out so roger ebert hate it he called it a kitty movie he said that heat faithfully represents highlands militarism because this is based on starship sugars the book by a buy a rhode island which is a more straightforward been rubber highlands book actually begins with the dedication to drill sergeants everywhere who have labored to make men out of boyce uh he said um that if star wars is humanist starship troopers is totalitarianism he's not wrong but that's the point of the movie yet but yeah yeah exactly and then you're janet maslin saying that it still shows traces of the inadvertent campinas of showgirls twitter like it's got the trait okay your maybe i shouldn't critique these as an relent just i'm going to read them know very straight and deadpan as though i am casper of indian in this is the most serious thing i'll ever do with my life so gruesome as one again uh it has a flaming catharsis that shoots that suits its ideology and then richard circle should go in time said maybe the filmmakers are so lost in their slambang visual effects that they don't give a hoot about the movies scariest implications i don't wanna speak ill of richer trickle but this was is this was a googling the pro a wild misreading of a very obvious fear.

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