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The Grammar Of Graphics

Linear Digressions

10:04 min | 3 months ago

The Grammar Of Graphics

"Hey Katie Hi ben high you doing? What are we talking about today? We're talking about the grammar of graphics. The Grammar of graphics yeah. This is a visual episode in audio form. So let's see how this goes. This can be okay. You're listening to linear digressions. Okay so I know what? The term grammar means as it applies to language It's kind of the the rules about how you would construct sentences and I'm sure that there are many people who find better than me but that's kind of how I think about it. Yeah that when we are using language to communicate. There's an order in which we place subjects in verbs and objects. There's a recurring to language in the sense that you can have phrases. That have substructure. There's also Orders in which things tend to appear like I would say I would always say the big black car I would never say the black big car. Yes grammar is yes this this thing. That's a little bit hard to define but once you start to think of it is pretty common to think of it. In terms of the rules of language I actually was reading. Something really interesting about this It's so I just found it a tweet by Matthew Anderson things native English speakers. No but don't know why we know and the quote is adjectives in English. Absolutely have to be in the following order opinion size age shape color origin material purpose noun. So you can have a lovely little old rectangular green French silver WHITTLING KNIFE. But if you mess with that word order in the slightest. You'll sound like a maniac. It's an odd thing that every English speaker uses that list but almost none of us could write it out yeah. I think I've heard something similar to so I think that was what I would like drawing on a little bit in that Great Green Great Dragons. No Great Green Dragons. Yeah exactly so. We're not talking about language in this talk of graphics. What how what does that mean yes? So that's what we're going to spend the next fifteen minutes talking about a little bit but the rough idea here. Is that so just like? There's an expectation that you have about the word order or the construction of phrases when you're listening to someone speaker when you're reading a sentence. There's a similar idea. Perhaps for visualizing drawing visualizations of data or consuming visualizations of data. Things that you expect to see whether or not you even really think about it. Or when you're composing a visualization things that you're planning for or taking into account that again. Maybe you aren't thinking about but this comes up in a really deep way if you are say. Dealing with data visualization software at a at a pretty fundamental level. So for those of you who are into our universe and particularly The tidy verse Hadley Wickham 's corner of the our universe. You're probably familiar with a package called G. G Plot to which is a visualization library. In our that's can famously makes very beautiful graphics especially with its its defaults make for really nice graphics. the gee-gee NJIT PLOT TO REVERSE TO GRAMMAR OF GRAPHICS and own. And actually. Yeah the most of the research that I did for. This episode was reading a twenty five page paper. That had they wickham wrote about how he thinks about. And how the field a general thinks about the grammar of graphics. Data visualization says where. We're going to talk about very cool. I don't even know where to start in thinking about this. This is this is GonNa be neat. Yeah this this was a pretty challenging Topic for me to try to understand because it gets into theory pretty quickly of like what is a facet and what is the scale and what is A. What's the difference between a mapping to an aesthetic and coordinate system I think There's certainly a lot to unpack if you're just really excited about this idea but rather than getting into some of these kind of esoteric concepts especially concepts that are ESA teric without having examples to look at. I wanted to illustrate the main pieces of the grammar of graphics as highly working for example talks about it using an example of a visualization. That probably a lot of people are really familiar. With and how that illustrates a few of the big important concept that again. We all kind of take for granted probably in our day to day. Visualizations Okay so what's the. What's the example graphic then? All right let's talk about a stacked histogram stacked histogram yet can you? Can you describe it for me? Yes so let me give you an example of stacked histogram ice to make all the time when I was a physicist so when I was a physicist we used to make lots and lots of plots where what you are trying to do was look at distributions of particles that you are getting in your detector and in general there were lots of different kinds of particles that were classified as what we would call background so these were types of particles that were you know interesting but not what we are really searching for and then there were in certain situations. You'll be looking for signal particles as well so this might be like a higgs bows on if you're doing a heck search and so when you were creating visualizations of your data. What you're looking for is okay. Do we have a distribution of data? That's more consistent with there. Only being background present or does it look more consistent with background plus signal for the second cases like Oh maybe we discovered some new physics or something so we would think a lot about how to visualize background and when you're doing that analysis you tend to have different kinds of particles that are coming in from different places in your detector and so if you just look at one of those systems at a time you're going to get an incomplete picture of all of the particles instead what you wanted to layer them all on top of each other so that you have yes so that you have like a picture of the overall distribution of the particles that you see but you also have them stratified by the different types of physics processes that they correspond to and so you're kind of stacking each of those strata on top of each other and you have a visualization that shows you know each of them separately but also all of them adding together. That's roughly what a histogram is God. I think I've seen these before are I'm sure I've seen them in many places but I'm thinking about when you look at when you do a software release and you look at all of the different All of the different computers that are running the software. And what version. They're on and you can see how people have upgraded. Each version of the software will be represented by different color. And over time. You'll see them kind of go and peak and then as new software later is released than the previous version will kind of trail off and The I guess the representation that you're talking about is showing all of that in a single graph with time. Let's say being the x axis and in in my example. It's always at one hundred per cent hike because every user is on some version but you can see the dip the I guess the distribution at any given point of those versions yeah or a few decided to represent it instead of as a percentage of the whole if you had your y. Axis was allowed float and instead it was the total number of users using that system than you could imagine like the overall rate could actually go up and down as users join. Leave your your system or you're right are using your software or whatever so. I haven't I have an image in my head now. Okay great and so hopefully for most of the folks who are listening to this. Hopefully you do too. But if you don't or if you're really struggling to think about what a stacked histogram might look like an might be worth taking like five seconds to Google this on your phone to see like a mental snapshot because it's I don't imagine that the rest of this will make tons of sense if you have no idea. We're talking about so okay So stacked histogram how do we think about this in terms of the grammar of graphics so let me layer in a few of the fundamental ideas of grammar graphic so either taking place in a very explicit order to the first layer the most foundational layer of when you need to make? Data visualization is What is the data? Set that you'RE GONNA BE VISUALIZING. And how does that map from The the variables in the data set to a set of aesthetics. So what's the data set? Let's talk about that first. Let's use my example of. Let's use your example. Actually I think that's probably a little bit more familiar to our listeners than like a particle physics date set but instead we have some notion of a data set that has all of the users of our software through time and the type of what did he say. It was like the version of the software that they're using yet and actually. Can I make this a little bit? Meta and tweak this and we'll say this could be a linear digressions episode downloads. Like we can go. We can go into our hosting provider and we can see how many people download on on a given day and so of course the day after we release an episode we see a lot of downloads and then maybe two months ago by and now that episode is a small sliver.

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"matthew anderson" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

13:18 min | 5 months ago

"matthew anderson" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"It's kind of a tragic ending right. Waspishly this scene at the end where we see them actually like you like you said the origin of the meeting and seeing the color and I think it just she cry. Isn't she Jiang when they first like you see the you see the blues and the and the Greens kind of like wash over them and it's a Great Sina? The Nicholas Cage looks incredible like Holy Shit. It's it's hard to describe just the way he looks at her. But it's so bland when we see an so it's just a smoky room. It's just whatever it's not a big thing then as soon as he looks up and he sees her that for the color just washes over everything. And you're like Holy Shit like it's right and I and I think that this is only here because I think attend. He looks and sees Mandy in the car. And he's kind of like yeah. That's the way things were in. This is like the last time that I'll see those reds and blues again the the the the disorder and the chaos together we see like some blues some riots. We see some green but it always ended up coming back to the red and I love what matters saying about this. Were the red being you know and you could say fucking literally read is the God of war now like. That's kind of the feeling that I got coming away from this. I feel like he is like the Mad Max now you know he's not Max Rock Stansky. He's Mad Max out of dipped his toe into the insanity like you've looked into the abyss. The abyss look back into you. And you have. It has taken a part of you and you can't. You can't just become ruck Stansky right. So that's just my interpretation of the end of this You know I I'm going to post sent me a picture or no posting the after party. Post your costume and Jad will do but I mean. That's pretty much manny. I I say we wrap with some final thoughts and get the fuck. Outta here So go ahead honestly having this conversation just kind of opened up a lot of avenues for me like initially like I said this film is. It's tough to gross by this. This model being one of the more again. It's abstract and it's really really you know interpretive. And it's very it's very Man I can't even think of what's described this movie. It's such. It's such a unique movie and like I can't really. It's a really even like yeah. I don't know I can't put it into words I can't put into all I can say is that I really WanNa Watch it again now and I never. I didn't say that episode. I said a really never say is again But like but like after hearing you thoughts on different. Take on it. I will eventually pick this up again. I'll eventually like have a have a deeper look into it in different like saywhat panels because modest was going for but not even that like kind of like seeing what other people kind of like take from it. This is absolutely without a doubt one of the most visually interesting. Maybe these other the my life like that is not again. Not Hop heavily not exaggeration. This is just such a stunning stunning looking movie. Like the the same that we talked about Elliott with the you know the blending of the two faces between Mandy and and sand is just again nothing of saying before in my life and A A really loved how they pulled it off like how they contacted the matching of it in editing. I think the acting is kind of like astounding. Who's The actor again? The plays Sand Olin but anyway Batman Staff. He's he's he's he's cool man like I like he's he's definitely calling you said why he's your MVP. I think his mind as well with injury arise bark closely behind like she does a great job in this movie man like she's fantastic and she's not even like the whole movie. Nicholas Cage is good but this is this is not a Nicholas cage movie. Like I'd like you know people. I want people to get confused. And it's I. I'd like to go back and say the trailer for this movie to see how they market because I wonder if they marketed as like a crazy nicholas cage action film and not really what it is because this this movie will be a tough sell like this would be. The marketing departments was not totally. Yeah you're like. What at least exactly panels can you just include some more? You know actual nick cage `ISMs in here that we can chuck into the trial of plays like I feel like that was the conversation that happened like I'm. I'm glad you chose this movie matt. I'm really glad that we you met his watch. This because this this is always a movie that I was eventually going to say but like this you know this podcast gave me the. Yeah the incentive good to finally check it out after hearing Maddrell. Is You know review of this movie. The first half was not as good as the second half again disagree. I I think I'm I think I'm just looking I really. I'm looking forward to watching this movie again. Them out. Yeah definitely man go for pools. Nikolai feel pretty fucking. Taft Buddy I do not see by smoking listening. Who hasn't watch this movie which also I'm like. Wow we've talked for longer than it exists But go watch this doing here. We go through it But no I mean if nothing else I feel like this is truly one of those. This is one of those movies where it's yeah. It's one of my own personal favorites but there are times where depending on who somebody is. If they're like should I go watch it? I'm like Nah. You won't be into it like you. All I know there are people who are like I can think of off the top of my head. I wouldn't recommend them. They wouldn't enjoy it. They wouldn't care about it. It's just it's not their thing but if you have even a little just crumb of curiosity about this movie. Watch at once like it is like like what you're saying so there is no other movie like it it has a style just a visual style and look that is just all its own. It's so interesting like I really do. Think take this movie if you're only going to watch at one time. Take it in for the visuals. Like focus on the visuals more than anything else. Like the music beautiful. The dialogue is strange but interesting. But just watch the visuals and the colors and just let it wash over. Yeah just experience the damn thing. Go see it in a movie theater if you can. It's coming back around. This is going to be one of those weird. Like Alamo Draft House. The average is gonNA keep it in theaters forever like cold classics. I can see it already happening. So if there's any chance at all you can watch us on a big screen. Go do it. Because that scene where where Mandy is trading faces with Jeremiah? It will blow your mind. It's so great. Yeah I'm all about this. This is up there for me. Well Hell Yeah Dude. I I enjoyed it. You know. It's one of those things where exactly like we've been talking about. It is an experience. It isn't really feel like I'm a movie you know whereas with film with through story and characters and stuff we're supposed to feel different by the ended but instead of that I mean we do get a little bit of that through our doors and dialogue and action and stuff like that but we actually feel more of that just from the setting you know. It's a very cerebral subconscious. Kind of feel the film film Jesus Christ had slipped out But now the It feels like it's changing your mood and changing your perception of things not through dialogue and not through the characters and stuff but through the sound through the actual positioning of the camera. The color is Mike which you say minimum without color this films. Imagine watching this in black and white that would just would just be in the. I'd be insane so I think that this movie is something that stacks up with stuff. Like Donnie Darko. Or you know like I said Fucking God damnit requiem for a dream and clockwork orange and stuff like that stuff that I really only have to see. Like once or twice an arcade cool either. I remember it very well you know and I think this movie has a very lasting impression with you words. It's I don't know you when you watch something. This is vibrant this colorful. And it's this like cinematic and then you go out into your everyday life. Like she's like what the fuck like this shit so plane now but all in all I really enjoyed it And I think that like I said at least even if you don't know I don't enjoy it as much as Matt does but I also still appreciate the fact for its originality in the fact that it is something totally an illegal of its own. Maybe there are other films like it but I can't fucking think of it off the top of my head and I think this is more of a like I said it's more of an experience than film and that's the best way to describe it to anybody by going with an open mind. Be patient and don't worry about the story and it's not like a another movie that you've probably seen somewhere down the line it's not it's not death wishes not death sentence. You know it's not these like revenge films even though it is centered around that core. But it's it's it's just not that at all it's only surface level but yeah I mean that's kind of my closing thoughts. I've definitely got. Where is it Unemployed little game here while we got mad on it's called. One-star UNSUBSCRIBE This is one star reviews on. Imdb IOS crazy. This movie is like ninety percent on rotten tomatoes. I. It has a sixty six estimates. The difference between an audience revere school and a critic reviews. Go because rotten. Tomatoes is critics. And I'm David Audience. Yeah this is posted by fucking try. Say that both reviewers and critics are seriously stone here no way this piece of shit. It's anything more than one gets anything more than one star unless you run the movie. Three times speeding get to maybe nicholas cage totally outperformed himself with this one. Having watched his last masterworks honestly thought he get any worse but he once again delivered cruise should be. The crew should be sued or on both work. Wow Ladies and gentlemen one-star on no yeah that would move all when I read it in like Holy Shit.

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"matthew anderson" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

12:06 min | 5 months ago

"matthew anderson" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"There's something interesting where she just sheds is the one tier and obviously I also must. She's Vegan like Chanel number. Right if you take it if you take a bath back with literally like the next sane right like which is the same way you guys were just talking about what. She's hit pressured into killing the stalling. Like like like those two scenes work hand-in-hand death. Vincent's with with the phone. And then there's also like the Mike I'm my own. Innocence was nearly killed or this. It's a great. Yeah I liked that. That's a great poll. That is good. Say I'm smart. We were getting their got to put that fucking law degree to work somehow can use up any bitch but yeah. I mean we're pretty much. Your this is where what red said that. He was having a nightmare. He can't remember what it was And this is where she starts talking about the the the the starlings all this one take by the way love that fucking love it. Great doesn't it. That's why the tension is so palpable on. It doesn't breaking. It doesn't give us a chance to to blink in the movie and then like there's something so I hate movies. Where like I was sitting there was lynching as we're watch. This is a movie. Where every five seconds? They will have to do something. And we like one to one zero two three one two and it was like it. Wouldn't even last five second-half tonight. I'm like this about this movie. Ed Gibbs it room to breathe. It's got patients And I like movies that you know even if you even if I don't really at the end of the day don't even know this fucking movie is about. They have a totally different interpretation than the director. Or maybe I might never watched this movie again and maybe watch it in ten years. I still like it because it is an original film and it is something that is taking a risk and it's being brave and it's being original and is that it's it's refreshing and that's what I really liked. That's interesting as I. It's not just like you know like trying to boost on talking about that affair fucking love trained to use on. It was great. I watched a really enjoyed it and it was somewhat refreshing but something like this is just like I don't know it's it's it's like mind melding and and that's what I found so interesting. Got Al appreciated right exactly like I had to watch some really funny shit. After I watched this movie I need a whole I need them like today was such a Nice Day and it was pretty outside and I walked my dog for like three miles and I fucking was reading Stephen King the stand and did about Shit my car and I gotta go inside to talk about this fucking thing this grammar day this man this shit this this this piece of glass in my stool But no I I enjoyed it but the I I liked it. That the mandates dad he kind of to me he kind of signifies the Colt who kill innocent things that consume like. There's something about when you look at the cold the cold like you're just pigs in your mindless and Blah Blah Blah and. I kind of feel like that's the same thing that made these dad would be saying about these starlings. They're a nuisance even though they do. They don't even bother you at all. But you have this ego the superiority complex to them and I thought that was interesting. In a way of like like my dad was telling me he was a kid. They would do that. Shit like your dog had puppies and you wanted to get rid of them for the puppies in a sack tied up. Throw it in a fucking river and it was like what the off by now like. That's crazy. I mean remarried both from the south out that what is happening right right. Zo heads over there like wet but now there's something interesting about being a and it also has to me Mandy rejecting the call to to kill. The starling is her rejecting. Jeremiah's well I think there's something about that. Where she she denies both of those and it's such a character. It's such a character trait for her. Because when I was watching this my first impression like Holy Shit. They're gonNA abduct adopt her and make her a member and maybe she's going to have some kind of like. I don't WanNa say Stockholm Syndrome. But like maybe she becomes a part of this group and something is going on Blah Blah Blah. I didn't expect her to die so soon as holy. Shit like when it happened. I didn't think that was gonNA happen. I I honestly if you put a gun to my head I would have thought that like Mandy would become some kind of God or something like that as it may worshiper like what the fuck is going on but I really dig the scene of her talking about the starling stuff and like you said. Madhur opening up in. This seems like it doesn't really happen all that much and again. There's just so much Mr your round her when you add something like a scar in the weird kind of look in her eye. And you're like what happened immediately so good. It's great such a great visual kind of like That's interesting I like this shit that she's reading the book like I wrote this down actually and it's not a real book by the way I look it up like a dude. What is that kind of went? Check that out. That sounds like some token shit. That SOUNDS COOL. but What is it what is it under? The Crimson Primordial Sky surrounded by jagged rocks of the ancient volcanic mountain. The wretched warlock reached into the dark embrace of the is a Fisher until his hand touched a smooth glassy surface. Coal is his fist close. Around the serpent's I saw only. He withdrew it and held up before him in fading light of the blood red side glowed from within a closely ghostly emerald light strange and eternal as like. Wow that is. That's fucking awesome book. I WanNa read that Shit. That sounds great but it did kind of made me think of like the wretched warlock reached into the dark embrace until his hand touch this and I was like I feel like that's Nicholas cage kind of reaching into himself to find the thing that he needs to light once he snaps like. There's something interesting about and I want to jump too far ahead. But there's something interesting about seeing nick cage his descent into this and this is not a good example. But there's a Kevin Bacon move. He called a death sentence now rate dirt. That's James One baby allies. It's good. I enjoyed it and it's probably been ten years since I've seen it. It is your typical revenge. Death wish kind of thing but at the end of its boilers Kevin. Bacon is like has his head shaved and kind of dressed. This yes yes. Okay and the Guy. Remember Mark's name is like you kind of look like us now and at the end like dude read. Looks like he could fit right in line with US fucking bikers like the black armor and the blood and I was like Whoa but then also the Christ imagery of him getting stabbed in the side with the spear when when he gets caught the ball through the hand and I was like dude. That's that's CRICHTON imagery like in like that's I can being crucified as like. There's something so crazy about that to me. But just a a little mini side tangent James Wan made that movie death sentence because He was just starting out and couldn't afford the rights to death. Death wish so act is literally the same thing like it's death wish but is like I'm just GonNa Make Invasion Puckett. I fucked. That's fucking because I was just like. Yeah it's just like death wish and they're your fucking so maybe we see her kind of reading her book and were introduced to the children of the new dawn. This guy in real life linus roache team. No He's technically as an occult. What really well. Nobody has ever been harmed. This isn't like that shit with like the girl who was on small bill that they were like fucking raping people. Whatever the fuck was going on the guy from Ten things about your What's his name Andrew Keegan? I don't know who that is. I'll look it up. They're like he started a called and apparently like it failed. It'd like has something to do with crystals and shed and it was way. Of course he did. I pay. I couldn't find any information out about Linus roaches thing but like it. It gets big enough that I think it holds several thousand members like better. No thirty two seventy thousand if I remember it. But he obviously. He's an English actor and he lived in England and then they were like. Hey we're starting new. York branch is a cool. I moved to New York and I'll be headed. The New York branch says like what the fuck? That's kind of crazy but you know it's not they're not holding people against their will hurt. It's like a lot of meditation you know as long as you're not whatever happens between consenting adults of Right Age. I don't give a shit that's your business but I just thought it was interesting. And he said he pulled from that experience. That's why even mentioned that I don't I didn't mean to mention it like tabloids. Lagos going cold but there is something interesting about. He said that experience helped him. Because he's like. I met people who were very helpful with my spiritual journey but I also met people who were Jeremiah. And he's like and they were not to his extent but I you know there. There is something about Jim Jones. David Koresh kind of like feel to him. Charles Manson Heavens. What does the Heaven's Gate Kinda Shit and he was like? There's there's something along my way I met people like that and help to inspire and I was like. Wow then. It's kind of perfect casting like a guy who's kind of like end something not like this. Jesus Christ but having that inspiration to draw from was really it was interesting to read about. You know. And he's open about it. He's not like I don't want to talk about that. Which yeah definitely get More Charles Manson than Jim Jones. Jimmy Johns stuff is very obvious like the religious stuff of it. But I the way the way that he's like all young. This is my family Blah Blah Blah. Seems more in line life. Dude my favorite like I guess Charles Manson esque thing about him because in a lot of ways you don't really see him interact with his his children of their don all that much except for you know the early parts here but when he is talking to Mandy later he's like talking about record executives not liking. His music is like they couldn't see the proud in front of them and they get like basically talking about speaking with God and telling them that. God told me that I'm right and I get to have everything and I'm like this is just like a psychoanalytic breakdown of every cult leader whose every lived like. Yeah I get to have everything. I'm the most important person in the world pretty much. That's what they think. Yeah I mean like the right one. The one common theme among all gold late is Narcissism right. That's absolutely one hundred percent that's like I do see exactly what you said so have like the Jeremiah feels like a hodgepodge kind of mosaic of all. Those Guys Bud. The traveling like men and women in a group and your family like yes that field. I mean that's Fucking Manson. But this is where we see Reading Book were introduced to the Children of lines..

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"matthew anderson" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

08:18 min | 5 months ago

"matthew anderson" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"Hey guys what's going on and welcome back. Thanks for tuning in this very special feature presentation episode very special. Because it's not just me and it's not just so Hebdo him how you doing. Hey dawn but anyway I mean every time off because with us is for the third time coming up to bat for the for the third time going to third base with us is Matthew Anderson for Mellish She Media Matthew. How are you my friend A real good real horn for this one so ready. Well I'm glad one of us is no no. It's a well. Let's say let's with this. This was definitely match. Pick and dude. Yeah I haven't I haven't seen this yet. I'm definitely down to see it. It seems like something that we would probably honestly never cover. And it's not a bad movie at all. Just kind of my little inland nip slow show and give my little opinions right off the rim. I don't think it's a bad movie. But it's just not like I feel like this falls into like the requiem for a dream Jacob's ladder kind of Shit that I'm like. I need to watch this like once every ten years and I'm good like that that's all I need to do and it's but it's good. I'm glad I watched it but while we're here while we're here let's give. Let's give some background right so we had to reschedule this episode and Twenty Times like we will ready recalled ready to go a couple of weeks ago. You know I'd watch the movie. We'll like ready to jump on the Mike's new guy. But we have to like we had to it. Write and and then like we rescheduled and I was like. I'm going to watch this movie again. Depressing Movie PM. Fuck yeah well guys just really quite get it out of the way. If you WANNA find out of our socials you can find us on facebook at midnight double feature on Instagram at midnight double feature on twitter at NBA pod You can shoot us an email. Midnight double feature gmail.com You can always write reviews on. Itunes let us know how we're doing you know we're on Youtube. Were on spotify just kind of like a promotional thing with the ratings. Go on there and you you you us a rating and type something out. Then we kind of what is it. We're putting their give somebody a pick or putting their name into a raffle or what's going on. Yeah we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA basically if you leave us a review Dan What we'RE GONNA DO. Is we want you to email that in? So the email is not W. H. O. At J. L. DOT COM. Just send us a screen shot of your review and and your one choice of movie that you would like to Astakhov. Oh so this is a like. It's kind of like A. Hey we're going to hold ourselves out so we can get But yeah we're we're really looking forward to a couple of entries And the movies that have been suggested so far movies that I am not looking.

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"matthew anderson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:40 min | 7 months ago

"matthew anderson" Discussed on KGO 810

"You tell me kind of a wing player but nevertheless he's another guy that's been a lot of time in the weight room big strong physical guy at six foot six at Houston Texas got his first start against the Bruins responded with a with a really good night the thirteen against UCLA seventy percent on the season from a line in the before you Essie off ran out one hundred chili and with your support now has three personal courage to personal files Lars has to so the big this all right well the second is to it twenty three nineteen his little pressure from USC into brand in the Middle mad trying to put up the Andrea Kelly yes I'm not sure what that has with which he said because throwing high enough to be a law basically through to hit the elbow over considers I'm not sure what he was trying to do is try to get together to get a good angle invalid south south will don ray Kelly on the right wing nut cream up top wheels on the ground on the left side one bounce antes which stop close which button on the floor left elbow elevates shot short no good you told me rebounds Anderson the right side and now we'll take a shot it's going to be deep to I'll be back married antes which rebounds for the bears Bradley working behind his back you told me trying to stay within our postage pick some up goes over brown ribbon down baseline antes which opposite side elevate suit short grant by Destro get tonight virgin ball still twenty three nineteen five forty seven go for staff Matthew Anderson trying to blow by south and blocking Bradley number four second second on that there's a line for a couple to that time I thought Anderson a little too much I think you want to force you to be a jump shooter he wants to get into the paint he can't get into the paint with that white strong physical body of his jacket back off you've just a little bit so he doesn't have that option.

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"matthew anderson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:41 min | 8 months ago

"matthew anderson" Discussed on AP News

"New South Wales and Victoria State beginning Thursday I'm Charles de Ledesma a children's play room inside a church was turned into a meth lab by a man in Maine according to police as a P. correspondent Walter Ratliff reports the man's now been charged police arrested thirty three year old Matthew Anderson after receiving a complaint from a church member they discovered items consistent with the manufacture of methamphetamine in the designated to play room at the Buxton United Methodist Church the officer sought assistance from the main drug enforcement agency which charged Anderson with unlawful operation of a methamphetamine lab but Sir spokeswoman says they're working with authorities to make the building safe I'm Walter Ratliff Mel nutrition still impacts nearly a half billion people in the Asia Pacific region according to a United Nations report it also says in order to reach a goal of eliminating hunger by twenty thirty millions all have to escape food in security each month data compiled by for you and agencies show slow progress and even backsliding in the areas of child wasting and stunting and other problems related to Mel nutrition report urges governments to combine efforts to end poverty worsening inequality means despite relatively fast economic growth incomes are not increasing fast enough to help ensure adequate nutritional diets for hundreds of millions living in poverty house Judiciary Committee Democrats are president trump is a threat to the nation and should be impeached California's only lock is with considerable regret.

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"matthew anderson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:37 min | 8 months ago

"matthew anderson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"In the Illinois house as betting on college sports we'll have limits we tried to strike a balance between allowing house Betty her out of the game while banning it seems in Illinois here I think that's a good balance would like they get that that that we are fifty fifty odd years del hopefully that works now night is Zelewski says that when sports wagering in Illinois starts for about eighteen months the only places you'll be able to bad hard riverboats race tracks and O. T. B.'s a man is charged with manufacturing math at a church the main man is charged with transforming a children's play room inside a church into a meth lab police arrested thirty three year old Matthew Anderson after receiving a complaint from a church member they discovered items consistent with the manufacture of methamphetamine in the designated play room at the Buxton United Methodist Church the officer sought assistance from the main drug enforcement agency which charged Anderson with unlawful operation of a methamphetamine lab but Sir spokeswoman says they're working with authorities to make the building safe I'm Walter Ratliff a former actor best known for his role in a TV sitcom is passed away Philip McKeon who played the son of Linda lavender Alice high it in the nineteen seventies and eighties sitcom Alice died yesterday in Texas at the age of fifty five according to making spokesman McKeon also had roles on TV shows including chips fantasy island and the love boat coming up in less than two minutes Bloomberg business WBBM news time two fifty one now but no just in time for the holidays select craftsman tools are now available at napa celebrate.

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"matthew anderson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

08:57 min | 8 months ago

"matthew anderson" Discussed on AP News

"A man is charged with manufacturing math and it's hard to play room a main man is charged with transforming a children's play room inside a church into a meth lab police arrested 33 year old Matthew Anderson after receiving a complaint from a church member they discovered items consistent with the manufacture of methamphetamine in the designated play room at the Buxton United Methodist Church the officer sought assistance from the main drug enforcement agency which charged Anderson with unlawful operation of a methamphetamine lab the church spokeswoman says they're working with authorities to make the building safe I'm Walter Ratliff

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Man charged with manufacturing meth in church playroom

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Man charged with manufacturing meth in church playroom

"A man is charged with manufacturing math and it's hard to play room a main man is charged with transforming a children's play room inside a church into a meth lab police arrested thirty three year old Matthew Anderson after receiving a complaint from a church member they discovered items consistent with the manufacture of methamphetamine in the designated play room at the Buxton United Methodist Church the officer sought assistance from the main drug enforcement agency which charged Anderson with unlawful operation of a methamphetamine lab the church spokeswoman says they're working with authorities to make the building safe I'm Walter Ratliff

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"matthew anderson" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

09:38 min | 9 months ago

"matthew anderson" Discussed on Native America Calling

"I'm Tara Gatewood and we are at the other side of the week of rocking. Your mocks. Today is The original date that started eight years ago which grew to a whole week celebration. And I've seen on social media people posting about what it means means to rock. There mocks their traditional footwear. And there is so much that I'm learning about who we are as indigenous people and I'm definitely learning learning how proud we are how strong we are. Resilient we are and what we have thrived through That's something exciting. Because not every day are we able able to just kind of talk about this stuff and rock your mocks. It seems is giving us a reason to do that. In a space A platform to show just how how proud we are as indigenous people and maybe even start a conversation about You know what it took for us to be able to be standing where we are. Inner egner traditional footwear anything to share about that. Call US right now. One eight hundred nine nine six two eight four eight. Is the number on the line with us. Today is Matthew Anderson Eh Oklahoma he's a cultural specialist for the Cherokee Arts Center and here in Studio forty-nine with us is Melissa Sanchez a producer with emergence productions and and the founder of rock. Your Mocks Jess at sea from Laguna Pueblo. A thank you all for being here in the stories. The story start in the keep keep coming Melissa WanNa turn to you just The things that you have seen since Maybe even the beginning of this week in in seeing people people stories and building today and all of the different things that are going to be taking place across the nation this weekend the stories anything there. Melissa shirt thanks thanks and I was just writing. A note suggests that There it is a social media event as well and that's really the origins of it and that means there's a big rock. Your Mocks Party happening on the Internet right now. And that's all over the world so it's amazing to I should explain my role As event annual event producer for rock your mocks What that means is When we teamed up in twenty thirteen gene my role became to make the event happen each year create and evolve and you know gather ideas and do what I can and together we come up with new ideas and get new ideas from everybody posting? So it's kind of my job to look at all these posts and which is explaining what we're off air that there's comes a certain point that the posts that are hash tagged with rock. Your mocks gained so much momentum that I can't keep up anymore so thank you for that bet With the story the stories. That you all post on with your pictures of your moccasins. Your moccasins fees your group Marcus and sell fees they're so inspiring and it always reminds me and Jessica and I'm sure everybody nobody else following the Hashtag the of the ancestral connections and that these photos wherever you are in the world are sparking these conversations and and that for teachers and educators Everywhere that there are opportunities to share information and help the kids get creative. We see the many ideas is that The kids are doing. We seem bulletin boards Today I saw the medallions that are being made and it really. is Aw I guess in this day and age away to bring us altogether as suggests original idea of unity you know we all have that cultural identity and that we all still learn about each other. Every time this happens every year in the stories Even the people who are making them on one oh sharing about an individual ritual in my own community that many people were proud to wear his work That triggered something in you and in a huge smile came across your face Av WanNA share about just maybe even one of those stories. What I see is the There seems to be might just be The platform that form of social media but people being able to share their stories and see a lot more interest in the creation moccasins. And also I see people who get creative one. Mom sent her daughter a care package to college and it was all the necessary. Items to create. MOCCASINS ends well. She has some downtime at college. So that was a really neat idea. And Justice Morning The city of Albuquerque issued a proclamation Shen for rock your mcstay Iraq. Your mocks week in here in Albuquerque and we met a mother and her daughter and The daughter was is wearing heirloom moccasins. That were beated. All the way up to the cavs they look brand new and she said that they hadn't come out in twelve years because her mom had passed away A.. And for this Special Day rock your mock stay. She thought it was really good day. See a connection to have her daughter where her mom's her daughters grandma's must moccasins and those stories that we see and read are so moving and I'm sure that they're inspiring everybody around the world as well and this is also inspire hire people to not only wear their moccasins but also to wear their traditional clothing Melissa your somebody that I've run into in different places aces and spaces and you are wearing traditional clothing In representing and talk to me a little bit about that too where you know. It is also brought people out into the open wearing their traditional clothing. I think that in New Mexico again. We're blessed that we do see that on on a day to day that it there's Pueblo women wearing traditional Clothing and when we go out and represent especially for this event and it is nice to be able to wear those kind of our formal uniform so to speak when we're representing This particular keillor event. It's a great opportunity and again that also sparks Interest from people. And we get the chance to talk about perhaps national native American heritage month or who the Pueblo. People are It it means a lot to us to be able to US being an example of of Pueblo. People and you know if if we were elsewhere in any other region to share those Cher those stories and see Sippy just had a traditional where and rockier moxie yesterday. So we're seeing a lot of those events as well L. but it also creates those opportunities for our young folks to learn about their own regalia and what's appropriate. How to put it on how to wrap your marks and things like that? a time to think about community to and That's what I use it for. You know when when rock your mcstay comes is to connect with the community or Remember those that are important to us or those who have made a mark on our life and even down to what I'm wearing today wearing a ribbon skirt that was gifted to me at a big drum ceremony in thinking of that community. That invited me in to stand with them as they were celebrating things things that were passed onto them through their community through their generations. And a Lotta Times a win. We are putting our minds on these. He's moments on these people. We get stronger. And there is strength in wearing Our traditional clothing or clothing that was gifted to us in this way and our ancestors a lot of We heard from Melvin at the top of the hour talking about a when we weren't allowed to wear clothing when we weren't allowed allowed to feel that strength and today here we are. We can do that. And here is an event that is supporting some of that. Melissa Talk to me about the strength you have when when you were wearing either your traditional clothing or even wearing your moccasins with your favorite pair of jeans sometimes Along that line we all take it for granted it We take our culture and heritage. It's there for US and This is a friendly reminder that They're an unifies. All of us that we do have our cultural heritage and yes it is good to feel connected everywhere especially within our communities we most often take that for granted and then we all come together and support each other in times a need be sad or happy or a fun event like this. So that's one of the positives positives and benefits of this particular type of event but for me with Regalia it is especially Comforting I feel Kinda like and incestual I think about my ancestors on both sides of the tribe said that I belong to and what they had gone through before in their in their days in there Erez and Before the you know the the transitioning into the type of lifestyle that we do all have now and it is It brings me back and grounds grounds.

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"matthew anderson" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

11:46 min | 10 months ago

"matthew anderson" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"Here over midnight double feature bringing to be covering two thousand fifteen the invitation tonight why when I say we I do not mean 'cause fucked Sohaib no I'm just kidding here with me live in the studio we had Matthew Anderson From she media how you doing buddy I'm doing all right standing on the corpse of Zo Heb ended up high no yeah unfortunately we had some scheduling snafus and financials or whatever it's a podcast live especially for people living in different times I mean shit happens like that all the time but we're still we're still glad to have younger trudging on Joe have in spirit but yeah I mean we're excited to have you back on because it's almost been like Rahm like almost right at a year since you're on last forget out I think yeah that was October that was about right yeah I think it was a little halloween presentation right yeah it was funny because when we had dean on he was talking about Oh yeah you guys bring me on for roadhouse you wouldn't dare wouldn't dare let me near get out probably is only a band off shifts exactly but guys thanks for tuning in just a quick break down this is our feature presentation episodes can be a bit longer we do spoil these movies there isn't he on this mother fucking show for a reason the longer ones we're going to break it down you know kind of chronologically will skim over some stuff will you know we'll get into some well there's plenty of meat on the bone especially for movie like this and and yet if you know if you're more into like the news and stuff that's going on right now check out our of coming attractions episodes those are hosted every other week with our other host Matt Villa of WHO's sure I mean he's I think he's like a monster fest right now one of his films premiered with Mike Carey and like a bunch of old horror films that is fucking awesome he's really taken off like a film laker and it's like your friend to do creative shit I'm like fuck yeah man always makes me happy to see him doing shit like that but yeah he's doing you know him they kind of do reviews and reactions and trailer breakdowns and stuff like that sometimes on his contract is episode net that's something you're more geared towards we also do those every other week but getting back to this fucking episode on this feature presentation because fuck coming attractions. No I'm just kidding I'm just I'm excited to jump into this because I heard you mentioned in this more than once on the LSD podcast feed and I think it was because you said something about it I watched it even in the first place and I was like Oh cool like I did with this I did that with pulse I think it was like the Japanese film yeah I ended up I I didn't like that one as much as the invitation but the invitation was like fucking superb and I think it goes along really well with the fact that we also just had Baba Duck and I think these are Ilia similar the new wave of smart horror kind of Shit but Yemi nearly guest your in your when he kinda got me onto this year onto the trail this thing I mean what's yours just reuther like because it's a small film like it is something you knew was coming out or was it something you had so you know because I didn't see any kind of promotions for this ever you know what's just what's your history within shit dude I stumbled ass backwards mind this movie I had no idea what I was getting into and it was great what ended up happening I don't even remember what context around it was but it was one of those nights when this movie had I come out and I just ended up having nothing to do friends were busy nearly there was just nothing happening I was kind of like I just feel like going to movie then like I don't know I don't know what's out bullets let's see looked up actually the Laurel Hers Theater in Portland which at the time was doing only second run movies and would occasionally do a first run for like a smaller movie and this was out it was is there and I hadn't heard of it at all did know anything about it and just looked up the trailer watch the trailer and I was like now that looks cool looks good horror movie I'll check it out and just went onto the Peter and grabbed a beer and a pizza and sat and watched this movie and got my fucking socks knocked off man I it was such a this is maybe the perfect type of me go in with no knowledge about whatsoever minute and a half teaser trailer and was it and I was like Oh looks intriguing that's it that's all I knew what a Oh beautiful perfect movie for that like the mystery is Dick I this is one of my favorite movies to show people who've never seen before it is especially because it's on Netflix now the hanging out with a couple of friends or like oh which we watch I'm like is anybody seen the invitation and I love when no one has and I'm like beautiful 'cause I'm not GonNa tell you anything about it but yeah like you already kind of touched on I feel like this is when you pin it down to like a year or whenever it started but we I think we are pretty well into a new wave of just excellent smart or that is kind of I don't know fully how to describe it I can't think of a name anything for it but one of the things I would like to note about is that it just feels like you know and we're about the same age as we grew up with all the good horror movies seemed like they'd already been made they were made in the Avenue and eighty s and the stuff that was coming out in the mid two thousand was Mo- most leash dog shit with occasional like the faculty like Oh that's actually pretty good and maybe four more years we'll get another single good horror movie final destination you're right there were a couple of little like like gyms that would pop out amongst them but uh I feel like the mid two thousand all the way up until like two thousand eleven thousand twelve even we're like either two things they were crappy like ghost movie like all your you've been dead the whole time like bullshit goes story movies or they were just like really sloppy lame gory slash ups and like I said that is exceptions it has its good moments but they all felt like movies that were purely concerned with we're going to be a sloppy horror movie we're just going to be a splatter fast it'd be a it's GonNa be all just atmosphere and you're here for the horror horror fans only and now I feel like we're in this phase of these are just good movies good films they're well made well acted intelligently written stories that also become horror movies and I love it I can't get enough of it I'm so glad we're finally dipping back into an age of intelligent horror movies because if you go back to the seventies there's a lot of really thoughtful seep intriguing horror stories and we just had this like weird drought for a long time and it's like finally people are reclaiming the genre of like no it can actually be smart and good and engaging already said Baba Duck I think is a fantastic example invitation it follows these are all just like these new beyond and they're also not falling into that trap of just like nostalgia of just like it's just like an eighty s slasher and it's also said in the eighties and everything's fucking eighties on eighties themed toys about it like we have a new original bizarre mysterious story I say man I can't wait to dive into this I think it is a beautiful exercise is in holding back like withholding as much as you can from the audience and I mean to some people I can imagine people not liking this movie just because of along asks you to wait and how long you to just like ooh maybe but not yet ooh maybe but not yet like it keeps pulling me back pulling you back but the structure of this thing man I think is incredible and I keep rambling into blowing my load I don't WanNa do that but but you you so you you saw it after I probably mentioned it or you heard Ed mentioned the on our podcast or somewhere else and you kind of just found your way into it as well did you know anything about it outside of that no not really I think I can't even remember the episode that I heard it on it it might have been like directing horror at that was like a bonus for awhile and I think I put on the normal I can't remember might might have been that one because that's where I did you talk about pulse as well but no I didn't know I didn't know Jack Shit about this I was like okay whatever cool dude from upgrade a fucking I like that dude I wanna I wanna see more for Shit and I knew he was in lightermen the first time all in one for like five minutes but the but the the guy solid actor and I enjoy him enjoy his performance and these vary he's like he's like the I don't know why the water down Tom Hardy kind of look you know what I mean everybody I feel like a lot of people thought like is Tom Hardy is this like a Liam Neeson brother I was but I I really enjoyed what I'd seen him in and I was really high on upgrade I think after seeing him in Nana's that yeah it's very good honestly I like it's also with horror getting these cool sci fi movies that come out now and I think that that's kind of what it's like iron man meets robocop and it's that's the best way I can't remember exactly when I watched it I know I know I only watched it once before getting ready to do it for this podcast and not out of like oh I don't like that movie not anything that got it all but it is one of those things I remembered a lot of it after seeing it you know for for one time and it didn't feel the need to revisit a lot of stuff that you know and that the ending of it as well that kind of thing for me is like Oh shit like you like I I remembered what happened but I also kind of forgot how we got there and that's why I'm like off I just sit down and like forget about this movie and just get back up again you know yeah but I watched it with my girlfriend Lindsey and we both really enjoyed it we were surprised by the lack of light coverage repress or anything about it I looked up I think it made a couple of hundred thousand theater it was like a Mary like limited run there's but there's also you know there's quite like the guy who plays David is unlike Haunting Hill House and now he's getting bigger and there's there's a few people have seen pepper through this I'm like Oh yeah I've seen another ship before I'm John darrelle lynch the guy who plays a pruitt he's incredible man he saw connector is it's like he like he just revitalizes character Zodiac like walking around with a gun I'm just like Oh my God Zodiac fucking thing I like you said you know it's it's this new wave of smart horror I it's it's not it's not the Gore it's not a body count in is a like I I feel like horror dip so heavily into that Gore Fest light type of horror which if that's what you're into co whatever you know it's not my cup of tea but I like more of the psychological I'm even you know stuff like sleeping with the enemy Julia Roberts or you know the hand that rocks the cradle yeah it's like I love this Shit I love the thriller even Thing like misery misery similar history do fucking yeah same here and I it invokes the invitation invoke some feelings of that with it's it's it just takes place in this one room neo basically the whole time with a little bit of setting change in it's the kind of Claustrophobia of at all as we put all these people in among room and it's almost like a pressure cooker and this is you're getting closer together I I love you know when things start to pop between them and even though something like like hateful eight always loved to throw out it's called man from Earth to sci-fi movie it's really good it all takes place in one room it's you know it's it's really excellent I I have namedrop that so how many times on this fucking podcast need to give some kind of Jack I'm not saying that yeah you've converted another right it's fucking excellent and it took him like ten years to make a sequel to it and it's it's it's kind of.

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Dave Matthews, Anderson Paak and Maren Morris Form Lobby Group

The Frame

06:32 min | 1 year ago

Dave Matthews, Anderson Paak and Maren Morris Form Lobby Group

"Horn the music industry changes almost by the minute thanks to the internet and all kinds of streaming services these days it's a lot more complicated to figure out who gets paid for what well listeners are really good at adapting to the latest music platform the laws that govern them aren't quite so fast to catch up now is the music industry superstars including Dave Matthews and Anderson park have formed the music artists coalition it's a new Washington DC outfit that will lobby for musicians rights I spoke with reporters Lucas Shaw who broke the story for Bloomberg and he explained how musicians often have to rely on the federal government unlike a lot of other creative industry you the federal government has a huge role in affecting how artists especially how the song writers get compensated from all sorts of different parties so you either have judges or laws or some other government bodies determining how songwriters get paid by radio station by bars by restaurants by streaming services you know Pandora Spotify apple you name it and even last year Congress passed a new act called modernization act but also affected a lot of the royalty collection all the artists of the relationship between the music industry in Washington is very tight and artists are looking to make sure that into their voices heard whatever new laws and bills are being proposed the music modernization act went through a lot of iterations and was not easy to get passed to recording artist feel that there were things that were either cut out of that act or could have been stronger are they hoping that there might be other kinds of legislation going forward you know when I spoke with earning a daughter who's a manager everybody from Travis Scott to the eagles to Dan company at least involved in in working with all of them he said that he felt the bill was net neutral but it wasn't a bad thing but if if that was the best effort to making your and better for artists it didn't change a whole lot but I do think that this is as much about what's coming next as what has already happened because the fact is is that every year or two it seems that there is some new issue involving artist in Washington and there's certain laws that are currently on the books that they would love to see change if there is any way you know for example from an old telecommunications act that created the idea of safe harbor which is what allows a lot of free music to collaborate on you too that they would love to get rid of and the other complicating factor is they're different licenses that apply based on how a song is used there is the mechanical license which the license to copy and distribute the composition and there's the sound recording which is the performance of that song is that part of the problem to that rights and royalties are pretty complicated once you start taking them apart yeah I sometimes get confused explaining music rights to myself or to editors and I have to say you know you have the recording which is the musical performer you have the publisher which is a song writer and then within both of those you have your point mechanical performers are just so many different right very hard to keep track of very hard to know what is what and the fact is is that most artists don't know these things they're not keeping on they're not keeping tabs and they are relying on intermediaries whether it agent or publisher is certainly able to keep track of it for them but the idea behind you the company or the new lobbying group is we need professionally minded folks who understand the intricacies of the music business and can advocate on artist behalf in BC and make sure that there's no kind of contrast think decide because the fact is is that labels and publishers often have a different golden artist they obviously all want the music to be listened to but if the label can keep a little more the money that the artist is gonna keep they're probably gonna do that we're talking with Lucas shot at Bloomberg about a new lobbying effort by musicians Dave Matthews I suspect is not really hurting when it comes to whatever he's pay how much of what artists like Dave Matthews are doing or for himself and maybe for other lesser known less powerful art as they try to work for all song writers and performers I think a little bit of both so I'm I've been told the Dave Matthews for example is very upset that there's so much bootleg merchandise available on Amazon fans will pay for any new T. shirt or concert DVD or anything like that and if somebody else uploading it to Amazon Dave Matthews at their thing will why should some other person get money that should really go to be enter my bandmate though you've got lots of money part of it is is fighting the good banking but I do think you're right that you know the the names that have signed up for this Dave Matthews Band don Henley man Morris Anderson pock either big stars and when they say they're getting behind an issue that forces other people to pay attention and come to the table and it makes it easier for them to look out for the little guy it also strikes me as a little bit odd that one of the people who is involved in this is Irving aids off and people have been around the music business know that Irving has been Hey he's been a manager he's been a promoter it does feel like he is almost on the other side of this equation where ARE Irving A.'s office priorities aligned with that of some of the artists I mean look Irving has had almost every job in the music business he ran after he ran a record label but I think the through line through his career has for the most part been standing up to the artist in particular in this leader phase of his career he has tried whether self interested or not to get a flight for artists right and art is getting more money in the face of you know large tech companies playing the consolidation of record labels you know earning a thought came of age in the music industry that looked a lot different than it did say a lot more diffuse you had more different labels you had more different salaries now they're just a handful of companies that can control things in tow Irving answered made it is critical or to be saved that giant for some of these artists and one of the overriding complications I assume is the rise of streaming services so let's just say I pay ten Bucks to go into a bar there streaming Spotify there's a song by the eagles is that part of the problem that the green not that kind of calculation in a digital era is incredibly complicated a lot of people feel like the streaming kana me has been built for example is to the detriment of the song writers that's just one of many ways that when you have a new type of economy that it has in the shift from CD's I tune about dreaming there's both opportunity and peril and who collects the

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"matthew anderson" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"matthew anderson" Discussed on No Agenda

"But now now it's plateauing now just like the phones and the smartphones. Everyone has some stuff, you know, do we need more need. Another service might have to have at Amazon people only have so much money, and Netflix is not going to be able to sustain itself. What always unless they really somehow figure out how they can make enough money on their own productions, which is incredibly expensive, Amazon's all loss leader, totally risky. So they whenever you're in this type of situation, you know, that your the supply chain, which is Hollywood which you make some of they're going to raise their prices. So you it's it it just won't only so much talent. Intermediaries? It's the being an intermediary. He's very hard to do the art arbitrage to make the money between what you Owen royalties, and what you can bring in when it's advertising the like like every everyone else is doing for this guy. The problem is the advertisers are God. And they tell you what you can. And can't say where they do or do not want their ad placed. We do subscription they do just can't charge people enough money. You can't do this on a network level anymore. It's it's just not. They haven't figured out yet. They have to crash and burn. They will house Gimblett doing. Well, Gimblett has its own issue because people are very worried that their favorite shows are, you know, you'll not have to go to Spotify. And of course, Gimblett saying don't worry about that. We will never do that never know. Of course, I can guarantee you they're gonna have to put a couple of their big shows behind behind the pay wall or figure out different ways, you know, with with the advertising model the already they're saying well newer shows won't be freely available. Yeah. Tonette freely available. They're not gonna get any listeners. It's that's why John I over time. It wasn't like we wrote it on a on a whiteboard, but we're agile enough and we cared enough to figure out what the community was capable of doing in how to grow it. We came up with value for value concept. It's eleven years, we're still here. But we're not a network of shows were network of producers. It was so such nice ending. And then I hit the wrong button. Yeah. You do that. That's why we're not sleep. I'm not Gimblett. You know, I'm gonna show us. Relgion? Imagine all the people who do pull. Yeah. That'd be fun. We do have a few people to thank a very few. I might say there if you Susan Johnson leads listen Hillsborough, Oregon Dame. Susan, I believe. Hundred bucks. Matthew Anderson in west Roxbury, Massachusetts hundred dollars. John the Carney and Alfa Reta Georgia eight oh eight Scott McKinsey, wims, low Cheshire UK seventy nine forty three. We need to res hood thing going on. Yeah..

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"matthew anderson" Discussed on One Two Review

One Two Review

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"matthew anderson" Discussed on One Two Review

"So you have a lot of different alliances being made. So you don't want this really did kind of feel like a propaganda piece for different food. I don't know if it felt like it was a propaganda piece for food industries or maybe a remnant from Michelle Obama's food circle food plate. There's a lot of references to that. Play. There's a lot of references to balanced diet, and I think that's probably where the boredom and the dialogue comes through is just the long sort of monologues about proper diet, maintaining exercise schedules and stuff like that. Yeah, important stuff. But I don't know if needs to be in the film, you know. Yeah, and definitely an anti Chinese sentiment. Well, there's no other way that I like to in the show than on a low note. So let's go ahead and review this film. What you guess thing? One point. Yeah, forgot about all the Chinese stuff in there. I really did may be upset. There's a couple of moments. But yeah, when one point again, I think other films have done this idea a little better and I'm not a big one point. Food room? Yeah, borderline for me because I don't like propaganda pieces and I thought that the American machine was done with doing that, that that they realized that American populist too smart to pull the hood over there is in that way, but apparently not. So it gets a point for me. Yeah, I'm going to ride the train with you guys get the movie one point. I just think there's better things to do with your time. I don't think there's better things to do with your time. I think there's better movies to watch which is a better thing to do with your time. No, are give -ly. No, that was from there are better waste of your time than watching right thousand fifteen food room during two by Matthew Anderson gets reports from one to read. Okay, three more things to do and to check out if you happen to be in the west area checkout, Vermont, Jerry cheddar convention. This was not sponsored by them..

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"matthew anderson" Discussed on One Two Review

One Two Review

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"matthew anderson" Discussed on One Two Review

"Electric and tanks for listening to one and two review. Thanks Saudi for all the construction going on guys. This convention is really kind of starting to tire me out. So let's just take a set on this bench. Let's talk about one final movie so we can get out of here before the big rush hour at the end of the day. Sound good care. Sorry, you're so tired. I get exhausted easily. Yeah. Here. I'm cherries. Thanks. This next movie, we saw his called food room. This was directed by Matthew Anderson the film stars, five strangers. They wake up in a food lover's dream as as the tagline says, welcome to the food room, welcome to the nightmare. Are actors are Kyle chef 'let John Rodriguez Karen Lynch, Beth Williams, and Stephen loadin. It will say, none of these people are really well known. But I'm very interested in watching their careers, their excellent actors. Yeah. I mean, they did a great job tougher. John John retrievers the guy I thought he was not greatly ad. I can look past a lot of the acting choices that were made in this movie because the the premise. In a lot of ways. It's it's a copycat cube. Did this sort of was a pioneer sauve movies. We're like this, but this one is I don't know, made me hungry. Yeah, this was a lot of fun. And you know, sort of a copycat saw movies. We saw cube was a pioneer in this John rea-. But this movie really taps into something, I think even more primal than the saw movies, which is eating. They, they're in this room there in this room. They don't know anything about each other that they sit and talk for fifteen minutes. What feels like hours of dialogue and they find out that there's no relation. There's no, there's there's nothing they have in common. There's no three degrees, five degrees, ten degrees of separation between these folks so but what they do have in common is they all have to eat food. Yeah, this movie, like you said, lots of lots of dialogue, lots of talking heads. Very cerebral and also says, you know, that scene other movies that have done this. And in my opinion better, this had a lovely background. All the food looks beautiful and the, you know, the food keeps coming, and it's great to see all these different dishes and definitely made me hungry, but also a little bored. Yeah, absolutely. I'm not a friend. I'm not a huge fan of the soft films in the sauce, sort of like vibe. However, this movie did have a lot more serious conversations in the softens did. What did you think it was? I don't know. I thought it was fun and you know what I liked the different death scenes like the different. The different ways that people met their demise. I definitely like seeing the vegan just start starved to death because you refused to eat something without the ingredient list. You know, they were just like all telling it's just granola is just granola and fruit. But she said she can't be sure of it thought an ingredient list. Yeah, I mean that that's. The Texan choking on a rib that was ironic. I think we all saw that coming to. It's definitely, yeah, it's an over the top attack on people's food tastes and preferences. And yeah, like you said, everyone kind of meets their demise that they're kind of their food weakness, whatever their food weaknesses ends up being kind of takes them out. Now that was fun to watch. We have the large group of people really split into the two main factions of the vegetarians and the meters, and then within that you have sub factions. But you know, with the lactose intolerant people, people that only eat fast food..

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"matthew anderson" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"matthew anderson" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Good afternoon i'm calling joe with the latest from newsradio one or two point nine karn last year congress passed the tax cuts in job act up twenty seventeen which ended need media positive impact on our nation's economy ed here arkansas another tax relief act is called the opportunity zones that grants investors a break on their capital gains taxes when they invested arkansas projects in low income communities now with the assistance of the arkansas economic development commission and local economic leaders governor asa hutchinson has nominated eightyfive such zones he says once the us treasury department approves these choices way can move ahead and the program will breathe new life into communities and ensure that our state remains economically diverse and healthy it little rock a woman is still listed in critical condition today after being struck by vehicle thursday afternoon more from fox sixteens kevin kelly rock police say the sixtysixyearold was walking across fourth street when a man in a car turn left on cumberland and then hit her she was taken to the hospital police tell us she does have head trauma so far no citation has been issued because police are still investigating close call for a batesville man but the arkansas supreme court has caused out his negligent homicide conviction the high court ruled this week that the law under which sammy george juniors blood sample was obtained was unconstitutional that blood sample can not be admitted as evidence they say if he's retried the batesville resident had been found guilty of dwi in reckless driving in the thousand fifteen death of his friend matthew anderson arkansas online notes the us supreme court ruled over two years ago that blood test collected without warrants violates a person's fourth amendment rights river fest coming up in less than a month memorial day weekend may twenty fifth through the twentyseven all along the river in little rock i'm connie joe newsradio one or two point nine k or in duluth one with zillow you're not just looking for a house you're looking for the the pool that will turn your kids fingers into prunes the living room or your dad.

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"matthew anderson" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"matthew anderson" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"Like you know what i mean like she was giving me that soft chiloe teas mummy mummy toby guy ever he'd fuse really cute as a boy to but she is yeah she transitioned now carmen carrera she's an she's an actor wasn't she in the jane the virgin she was on jane the virgin for a little bit yeah delta work she's actually mexican had no idea and delta work is amazing isn't yes she is amazing she is now doing rupe halls wakes so after matthew anderson quit the show last season delta work and raven are now the team that does rupa's makeup so that's why republic so different now so that she i didn't see the income you you're not very observant but you didn't see the eyebrows in episode two of season ten they were like can eagles like they're flying away into the she looks good it's just different yeah and then okay so now we're on season four of drag race we had eliza summers remember her no she went home i that's why that's why and then we had madam queer remember her she's a big girl she harry potter accent and then she was doing a british accent she had a puerto rican accent she was like i'm harry potter yes and then remember kenya michael's yes kenya i remember my kenya michaels also transition she's she's ham yeah i didn't know that yeah so that's the interesting thing about repulse drag race is like a lot of these women a lotta these trans women on the show have to hide their identity as trans so they give me in the show then they turn out.

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"matthew anderson" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"matthew anderson" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Call ryan she is this dream fishy fast fiji there's nothing's real fantastic come on ryan trying to give you voice nice kid siren buddy the project five subscriber you have called if not available please leave a message after these phone like what no calls today think about what you that is it of believe yet some more people telling me infinity wars is out there people wanting to people want to actually do other trailers is are they any of the trailers after today not today not the matter anyway something that didn't know is in the trailers that i didn't know it was a done deal i haven't seen deaf deaf is not part of the movie and for the longest time everybody was hoping that death with appeared it doesn't seem like it's important to plot this to movies like the second movie called because i know it was supposed to be a two part they stopped that and the second was supposed to be infinity infinity outlet like all right this makes me makes me nervous book show hey this is an infinity ward questioning comment this is from matthew anderson based on the based on his trailer i'm shocked at how good the dialogue interactions are amongst the characters i'm seeing usually don't pay attention to these kinds of superhero flicks what i am curious about asking is whereas i r man flying up to to me looks like ship base hovering over the earth.

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"matthew anderson" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"matthew anderson" Discussed on WCHS

"The voice of charleston 965 and 580 wchs will 2018 be the year that significant steps are taken that will address the staffing shortages in the state prisons and jails in all county delegate andrew robinson think so the worst criminals in west virginia go to mount name people eleven dollars hour he was part of a legislative delegation that toward fayette county counties mount olive correctional complex a maximum security prison earlier this week on the day of their visit boom county delegate rodney miller a former boone county sheriff says 93 of at three hundred sixty three available staff positions were vacant the staffing level was at a minimum thirty eight and some of those workers were on a sixteen hour day long hour from harmed can lead to mistakes that but area that you can afford them baiqin lawmakers have taken similar trips in recent months to other jails and prisons and miller predicts a bipartisan common sense approach to corrections will come out of it all i'm sean johnson 580 w you see ha amblin kelly you managed he fell through a fissure near to abandon coal mine devittie said the incident happened tuesday near the old man works in the community of qaisy m ship is handling the investigation expected release more information later today about what happened there cannot getty deputies have now identified a woman who was killed this week by train in eastern could all county she is fifty six year old tammy gibson of east bank struck and killed monday morning near the kolberg crossing the engineer on that drained tells investigators that said gibson was walking down the tracks but moved off when the train on it it's over now arbor she did not move far enough out of the way now i must still hit a former member none of the taste valley volunteer fire department faces federal charges of embezzlement from the department kathy gwynn of hurricane is judged with federal program theft embezzlement and stealing federal money the charges filed in us district court accused glenn of stealing more than seventy thousand dollars which is served as treasurer of the department from october of 2015 a march of 2017 court documents indicate that she wrote checks to herself off the department's checking account a guidance counsellor at ease bank middle school faces misdemeanor drug charges today fortytwo year old matthew anderson of south charlestown was charged on tuesday when police say was involved in an accident at the.

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"matthew anderson" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"matthew anderson" Discussed on WCHS

"In the arrest of his wife actress naira rivera it leaked out what's going on my wife and her husband and wife got into it is they were taken to walk with their young child in chesapeake on saturday night with he doing the core study of getting older who weapons there though the them down deputies eventually did arrive on the scene in rivera whose best known for her role on the hit tv show gdp was arrested for domestic battery she was later released on personal recognizance bonn as for employee of the cannot county schools is facing drug charges today police were called of the rare walk positives to morning in response to a vehicle accident there they found a man yelling at a woman in that mentor now to be forty two year old matthew anderson of south charleston in his car two small bags of a white substance that turned out to be meth anderson is listed as the guidance councillor east bank middle school he was arrested in on a misdemeanor charge of possession of a controlled substance and other emergency landing of an aircraft on i 77 in jackson county the most recent incident came tuesday when a helicopter with six people on board was forced to put down on a highway near gold town the driver was being used don jr pipeline cavity doing aerial surveillance of a pipeline right of way it's uh uh in just under three months the stretch of highway has been used as an emergency landing strip earlier this year a small airplane had to make an emergency landing on a highway near fair plane uh it's about fourteen miles north of tuesday's landing zayn state lawmakers gotta look inside the state's maximum security penitentiary on monday and boom county delegate rodney miller believes that visit opened a few i listen to the culture of its own almost of small city down but at the same time were proportionately we're starting to feed the pain of impact with the overworked staff underpaid staff by keeping the uh the bad as an adult society miller predicting that visit will result in a bipartisan effort in the regular legislative session which starts in january to improve the pay for corrections officers in both the state prisons and the regional jail system you'll need in the day with the morning news here on the voice of choice carlsson 965 fm 580 am wchs gene good morning i'm eric king with your wchs.

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