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Fresh update on "matthew mcconaughey" discussed on Opening Arguments
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What it Means to be "AI Ready" - with Matthew Mattina
"This is Daniel Magellan. You're listening to the and podcast. We speak this week on the topic of. Readiness. What is it look like to truly be ready as an enterprise if you're a consultant, you're selling into enterprises and you want to build a success wave. This client stands in what might need to be worked on or if you are an AI champion within an enterprise, you want to get an understanding of where do we stand how ready are we should be an awfully helpful episode our guest. This Week is Matthew Martina who's the head of The machine learning research lab, A. R. M. A. R. Ramsey multibillion dollar semiconductor and software development company wholly owned by Softbank Softbank One of the biggest venture funds in the world based out in. Japan, and Matthew speaks to us about his criteria and his way of thinking through with Ai Readiness looks like in an enterprise again, if you WANNA a checklist to list of features away to assess take view on your own company or that of your clients. I think at this episode should be awfully helpful. If you're just getting started with deploying a, we have a free guide called beginning with Ai. It's special guy for non technical professional. So if you do not have a technical background, but you still want to understand what is it realistically look like to deploy artificial intelligence were the key factors to understand for a adoption. If you're not the person writing code, you're more focused on the business strategy side. Of things then you'll WANNA download that free pdf brief it's an e. m. e. R. J. dot com slash B e g, and then the number one. So bg like beginning and then the number one that's RJ DOT COM slash bg one that pdf should give you some extra details to layer on top of some of the insights that Matthew provides for us here today. So further ado this is Matthew mcconaughey with arm on the and business podcast So I'll kind of dive in first here on this topic of Ai Readiness and ask you about what you consider to be sort of the core components, the core aspects of Iranian s within the enterprise obviously a lot of moving parts here what comes to mind for you? Yeah. That's a good question I think. One of the core questions is one that I think people sometimes miss with respect to a I is. Now there's the problem that you're trying to solve. Of course, understanding that from the get go is key in pretty much any scientific or engineering discipline, but then with Ai. Knowing how your machine learning or a model actually going to be deployed. So what is that model gonNA run on in the field as it can run on a some kind of a big server in a cloud data center somewhere with no terabytes of memory and an of GPS and processors, or is that model ultimately going to be deployed on some kind of you know very constrained embedded device say you know in a in a o not censor or mobile phone or a car and everything in between? So think what we sometimes see is that a model will be developed by a data scientist or or. application will be developed without a good understanding deployment and where that gets prickly as you've developed this model, it uses you know. Fifty gigabytes of memory and then Lo and behold actually want to deploy it on a constrained device that has you know two hundred and fifty six kilobytes of memory, and now you need to do some surgery. Got It. So readiness here you're talking about you know not only involving the model, but involving sort of what are we going to run it on DC? This is potentially part of the four thought process for companies obviously, not everybody's GonNa have devices. Out in the field, people have security cameras, La- run things on mobile phones you know in in cars or maybe heavy industry the have it on a boat somewhere maybe other folks are just GonNa have stuff up in the cloud but for you, it sounds like maybe that thought process should happen as we're coming up with ideas not sort of after we've developed a great model idea that those have to be married to hardware sort of at the brainstorm phases kind of what you're getting at. That's exactly right as part of the upfront? Planning. Stage of enterprise preparing for a readiness. Yes. Some consideration for. What devices is this actually gonna run on and what are the key characteristics of those devices and and the interesting about it is that like I said, you can build models you know and build ai applications that you know recognize faces and use lots and lots of memory or they can have models at recognize faces and use very little memory. And making that trade off and understanding that that trade off will need to be made between accuracy and memory upfront will save people pain down
"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Matt D’Elia Is Confused
"This is what's happening in the world right now this is what I'm going to talk about. Don't like it. Don't listen like it. Keep listening like it. Tell me don't like it don't tell me. Too Simple as that. Generally my philosophy though if you. Is a good life philosophy actually if you like. What I do or say. Tell me. I love that. Tell me. If, you don't like what I do or say. Don't tell me. The other big piece of news call it that from last week for me personally. Was this ad or I don't even can you call it that that? Matthew mcconaughey did. For some fucking whiskey that he? Why is he like a spokesman for everything? He's a spokesman for a few kinds of cars spokesman for few kinds of whiskey. What's up you know? Why he's just a professional fucking spokesman is even is he an actor anymore? Anyway this is. This is this is Matthew mcconnahey here in an ad for I believe it's long branch whiskey. Oak and mosquitoes were throwing apart at the Lake House this weekend. Go. Being..
Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt Are Reuniting for a Fast Times at Ridgemont High Table Read
"Jennifer Aniston and bread Pitt Reuniting after some delays. The fast times at Ridgemont High Virtual star studded table read is back on. It will take place this week on Thursday, a big charity event. Officially called Dane Cook presents feeling alive. Initially they had some technical difficulties, but now they have it together and it's going to feature Jennifer Aniston, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, Matthew McConaughey, Sean Pan, Morgan Freeman, Jimmy Kimmel. John legend Ray Liotta. The twist is that even with some of the 1982 films original stars present no one knows which iconic role will go to which a Lister In this fast times at Ridgemont High Table, read an hour long event. Highlighting beloved scenes from that cult classic film, and it will support core community organized relief effort and reform Alliance in the fight against Cove. It 19 that will take place Thursday night at eight o'clock, Chicago time. Encores! Official Facebook and Tik Tak pages. Corsi. Oh, Our
A Critique of Dallas Buyer's Club
"Let's. Let's Talk About Dallas Buyers Club. I first and foremost all the triggers. Goddamn because everything you thought you knew about this movie you were right and then there's more. There's The the TRANSPHOBIA is there from the characters. It's enacted characters but it's also just that kind of trans-phobia where it's tucked under. Oh, it's actually homophobia but that's because they don't know what to do with someone who presents in a way that is not stereotypical. To one gender or another. and. Yes. So look up triggers for this movie. There are so many that I don't even feel like sitting down and listing them but look them up before you continue to consume this podcast and before you decide to watch that movie. That said, had you either? Have you seen this movie before we went to the podcast first time? For a first time on that radio to. See what I did there. On brand very unbranded. Yeah. It was my first time too. I definitely knew it. As you said, for all the reasons that I knew, and then there were more reasons that I was glad I did until now. Oh Yeah so This movie I have to say because I tried to as much as I'm trashing it as much as I'm like Oh this all this I really wanted to like this movie I went in wanting to like it I remember talking to a friend about this movie because I refused to see it. So I was like, why are people praising jared leto wire people praising his portrayal of Now, I can't remember the name of Rayon why and I actually had to coax it out of a friend because. This was a friend that I respected their opinion on and they basically said they were like, well, you don't actually want to know you wanna be mad and it's like, no I respect your opinion i. am asking you why people care what is it about this helped me and what this friend said to me was that the portrayal of someone who is going through a having aids being HIV positive and then having AIDS, and then dying from another disease which. It, it was the thing that really drew this friend of mine into the character and into the world of this film and as much as. We are going to talk about a lot of the specifics now having watched it. I respect that opinion. Even though I did not get the same thing from this movie. At least from from Rayon and that's really mean I also did not grow up like I grew up as a child during the AIDS crisis I did not know a lot going on but at the same time. The movie in my opinion the movie itself. Didn't do a great job with ray on. But I really dug the way that they dealt with. Woodruff Matthew. mcconaughey character in the first act. Yeah To to. Put My cards on the table for we continue. To very specific misconceptions or like nervous conceptions but two very specific things that we're going to my mind when I started watching the movie. Deborah really softened a lot of it for me, which was one. The last movie that I've seen that was in relation to the AIDS crisis was the film adaptation of Rent. which was the worst movie that's life. I it's just. Sorry And the others conception is that I didn't realize that it was made in twenty thirteen I thought like watching it. It felt like it was like an early two thousands movie in house can be like well. Okay like Even. The Straits don't really get chanced stuff I. It was like a good attempts to try to like bring more color to the table metaphorically speaking. But it's a twenty thirteen. I don't know like. I mean at times article didn't come out yet. It's just it's just weirder and it's also like. That film strikes very early two thousands and I'm not like sinophile so I could be completely dead wrong on this, but it just felt. Like You know way older movie than it actually ended up being. So. And that. Up Sorry and then I guess the third conception. Sorry. The secret third one was that I actually was trying to give him the benefit of the doubt because as soon as I found out that it was like historical like a history piece because runway was a real person. As like, Oh, well then you know if they had to deal with a real life trans person like they're they're dead in the water like you know they're not going to handle that well. But no round is is a real. She was made for the movie. So cool. Great. Love that for us. So. Yeah. I wonder because Silas one of the things that you had mentioned that you had focused on when talking about the movie was a lot more of a real life historical things that were going on and about the real life of what was happening. Can you talk a little bit about that? Yes so Aside, from knowing about, you know sort of the kerfluffle about jared leto playing the part and hearing a little bit about that when the movie came out the other thing that I really had a bee in my bonnet about is the fact that Ron Woodruff was not straight. And he did talk about long clearly had some stuff but. They just. Changed him to be straight and altered his character quite a bit and watching it. It's so clear to me that they were like, how do we make this the straight male hero anti hero type that the straight people will come see the movie for? And so that to me like before, we even get to any issues of transphobia homophobia of that in the Bi phobia that really just made me now it becomes this sort of like. The straight guy in the hero of a crisis that you know certainly straight people and all people belong to this lots of. It was but it was primarily focused on the queer. Community. And sort of start off before you even have a chance to give the film the benefit of the doubt with that erasure just really for me. Through me completely out of it it was I wasn't able to come to the film really with. A kind of the I at that point.
Matthew McConaughey grills Dr. Anthony Fauci in Instagram interview on COVID-19
"Academy Award winning actor Matthew McConaughey cast a variety of questions about the virus to Dr Anthony Foulke, the nation's top infectious disease. Doctor. Details on their chat from ABC is Alex for Shay, the actor Ass Valachi of Sunlight kills the virus. But she said yes, McConaughey also asked if letting everyone get infected, so we all become immune is a viable strategy. No way felt, he said, particularly in America, where obesity, diabetes and hypertension are prevalent. The death toll. Would be enormous and totally unacceptable found, she said.
Matthew McConaughey to release his first book: 'This is not a traditional memoir'
"McConaughey has taken time out from writing around town in his Lincoln. To write his memoirs. Alright. Alright, alright. Old green lights waited to do out in mid October. McConnell He says that it's not a traditional memoir. He describes it as a book of advice. Based on the adventures that he's had in his life. More specifically, the publisher says it will be based on a diary McConnell he has kept for the past 35
Texas Hospitals Battle COVID-19
"John Henderson President of the Texas Organization of rural and community hospitals. Thank you so much for talking with us. so tell me what if things been like for you? With covert nineteen, so in the early days of the pandemic are hospitals started telling us they were having a terrible time getting p. mask, and gloves and gowns enhanced sanitizer, and so we kinda became a procurement shop for our rural Texas, hospital and most of those supply chains that we would normally lean on were turned upside down, so we were working with nontraditional vendors and middleman like what were some of the channels that you were reaching out to? Your last. Well. The craziest one was a friend of a friend connected me to a guy he knew that had. Literally smuggled them across the Mexico border in had mask in A. Warehouse in east, Austin, and so. I went down there, and he offered me a Tequila shot and we worked out a deal. And from what I understand like distribution, you say destruction, but that was like you in a car. Well maybe not formal distribution, but twenty or thirty friends of ours that had called our office, saying. Hey, I'd love to help you make deliveries. Kind of created this daisy chain of volunteers across Texas where you know, we could get something to abilene and then a friend in Abilene. Get it on up to Lubbock Grammar out west Texas and the Permian Basin. And, then as we kinda develop and got better at it. We were introduced to people who wanted to help. A A really good example is a lady I met named Camilla all this who I didn't recognize the name, but she's actually married to Matthew mcconaughey. And they were great about getting US donated. Supplies, mcconaughey! Yeah. Hey. Yeah And I didn't realize when she said she had a driver ready that it was matthew with A. Truck full of mask ready to go to. Hospitals. And she said I have a driver. Eddie and it was her husband Matthew mcconaughey, who was like liver masks. If you need me to the threat, it's amazing. Talk to me a little bit about sort of how things have changed since the early days as we talk today, most areas of Texas. Are. Reporting Trans that are a little bit problematic and scary. Right because from what I've read and what I understand like Texas was at a a pretty advanced stage of reopening, and then his actually like walked it back. Early on we were will behind other states especially New York, in thought, we managed it fairly well. Most of that worst case scenario forecast did not materialize in March and April, but it certainly has since the Memorial Day holiday I think that actual coca cases in hospital admissions are like four times higher than they were at the beginning of June and I think for the first time over the weekend. We were reporting more than eight thousand cases a day. So it's it's all headed. Definitely headed the wrong direction, and now we've got a statewide mask. Order Oh so everywhere you go. You have to wear masks outside. Everywhere you go in counties with more than twenty cases, which is almost everybody. We're working to try to secure a stockpile ventilators that we can distribute around Texas you know as we see those flare ups and can help them deal with it. The thing that's actually a little bit scary to me is that the urban areas are at or near capacity which means that the rural hospitals are having to keep patients that are a little bit more acutely, ill or higher level of need than they would normally keep, so we're? They would, they would transfer someone who is really sick to a larger urban hospital, which might have more equipment resources. Things like that. That's exactly right. And they're doing that fairly well, but. In, they've got bed capacity. They're just stretched when it comes to staffing, primarily I think the state of Texas actually has sent twenty three hundred nurses to South Texas to try to help them because the hospitals her. You know bursting at the seams. There's been a lot of coverage about the difficult financial situation that a lot of hospitals are in right now. The things that they traditionally made a lot of money off of elective surgeries and clinic visits have been canceled and they've had to make big investments in equipment and staffing other things to prepare for the pandemic rural hospitals operate on a really thin margin, compared to other hospitals often barely make a profit with this surge coming in Texas. Are you worried that some rural hospitals won't make it? Oh, yes. I was worried in April that we might have a dozen rural hospitals close in, I would get multiple calls every day from rural hospitals. CEO's that were saying. We're on the ropes. You know we didn't have any cash and we were maxed out on credit before this thing started. Now we've got you know. Shutdown orders, clinic, visit, cancellations, and no elective surgeries or procedures in. We aren't going to make the next payroll soccer. We're GONNA close. Thankfully in April. They got some significant federal stimulus money that aimed ten billion dollars nationally that rural hospitals and rural health clinics that single funding alone saved half a dozen rural Texas Hospitals Oh. And so a concern of mine as we look at the whatever the next stimulus package be that if if conditions don't change and that doesn't move, then we could. Have you know more rural hospital closures. You could make an argument that like well we. We should concentrate our resources an urban hospitals and they can have like the very best everything. People can just get transferred. Well, that's that's the argument that urban citizens matter more than rural citizens and I believe every Tex Mex and some of these rural communities are literally. From a larger community, so I think I think Cova has actually been a pretty stark reminder of lots access to healthcare in hospital. Capacity Matters. you know I, I know that we wish we had some of hospitals available that have closed in the last few years. I'm wondering I. Don't know just like what your? Takeaway from this whole thing has been. Well. I think it's probably the most consequential six months in my lifetime, and and maybe the most the next one hundred days. We'll be as important as anything we've been through. A since April,
"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Four thirty six thanks for hanging out with me spend some time crystals at the helm David and Paul are off if they got sick of me probably not much needed vacation will you well yeah now trust me give it time everything in moderation is that what you're saying Jordan moderation injured down up yeah expects so that's what I'm here for Georgia so I appreciate that of both like to hang out with me Chris today Paul is back on Sunday you can hear his nine to noon show he does a great job on Sunday usually has up a faith leader involved self love listening to that show in the world back together on Monday one of my favorite new YouTube channels a menu well I'll chill he is awesome former linebacker in the NFL he's an analyst for Fox Sports he's it yeah ESPN I believe he's a current analyst on ESPN he now has a YouTube channel called uncomfortable conversations with a black man and I have never been so thrilled to be uncomfortable in my life he is so amazing if you could just ask him anything I just tune and he doesn't take live calls but he answers the questions we all kind of have in the back of our head but think how is that rude to ask is that insensitive to ask because we are in this place my friends of this great awakening and now that we're here we have to use it to get questions answered to get uncomfortable because until we're uncomfortable we can't move through that into a better place until we figure it all out I am so grateful to a manual for creating this YouTube channel I have episode to hear for you we played episode one on the show a few weeks back I urge you to check them out on YouTube but in this conversation he had with Matthew McConaughey now what are I don't I took out a lot with Chris took out a lot of Matthew McConaughey sound because I don't need to have an uncomfortable conversation with Matthew McConaughey I needed that I need to have it with a manual auto and she is amazing he started off first by answering the question what do black people want to be called here now is a manual.
Female Comedians Unite
"Hollywood's top comedy. Actresses are uniting in saying they are sick of being put in a box. Tiffany Haddish told the Hollywood reporter that she had to turn down multiple projects as a block comedic actress. She says she gets roles that are overtly sexual or roles that had her play a mom whose child gets hurt in some way. Way And she's fighting for justice. She mentioned this during a virtual actress roundtable. That also included Jamila Djamil Jamila said she's always given scripts to play a character who has too much sex. Robin said the writing is often so bad for comedy actresses. She's resorted to writing her own. Do you think that men and comedic roles feel the same way, or is this? Just a one sided argument. No I think you've you asked Matthew mcconaughey Hey why his career went away did it's because those were kind of the only roles that men had to get as well men who were players, men who still had roommates in their forties men? who were Douche bags? That never got out of Frat life. I think that's comedy is all about is lagging at at those things in life, but I think men do get them as well. Okay, I I was conflicted about this I I'm not a comedic actress and I actually thought the opposite I thought that women who were put in comedic roles were usually sort of the best friend role or the woman. That's like maybe made to look as unattractive. Unattractive as possible to be as funny as possible, so I didn't realize that women who were being put in comedic roles. We're supposed to be overtly sexy or things of that nature so to hear this actually quite surprised by it because I just didn't view it that way. Yeah, I think there's typecasting when it comes to a lot of actors whether it's you were maybe a nerdy role in one movie. Then a lot of people see you as oh. That's going to be the quintessential nerd. If we look at Michael Sarah or Christmas, plus like they are also typecast in their own way, so yeah, I feel like it falls on both sides, but do we feel like right Impro-? No I wouldn't ask for it to improve what I would do. is either a write my own scripts and come up and find content that is right for me as an actor or an actress or I would just pass those things up because what happens is if you pass it up. Another actress gets the job, so let's not have those roles diminish. Let's see those roles go away. Just pass them to another actress. Who's just starting her career? Everyone's not in the position, obviously to pass roles and I think you do have to maybe do roles in the beginning of your career, like for example, even just with my own career right I started on a reality show. That wasn't my end goal but I did that to get to where I was now. There was obviously no guarantee in that out, but luckily it has women who wannabe actresses, whether it's serious actresses or comedic actress, or both start their career out and have different intentions are willing to do different things than maybe they get. Get a little bit more famous, or they get a little bit more successful, but I think what you said. Aaron was very valid and I don't know if it's a comedic actress. Issue I think shirt. People just get typecast in general I think the bigger conversation I feel like when you're casting one role, you do it sell well. People tend to want you for different kinds of roles that are similar to that. Yes, yeah, exactly and like what you were saying just in like you know if you don't want those roles, let's not eliminate them. On them, and these women who are part of this roundtable seem like they're fortunate enough to be able to pass on those roles that they don't WanNa, take on I will play the funny gay friend. Anytime Billy. Porter is not
Matthew McConaughey, wife Camila donate 110,000 masks to rural Texas hospitals
"Matthew McConaughey he is doing some nice isn't he is he's been doing nice things delivering food and all kinds of things this is a partnership that he's got with the Lincoln automobile company is of paying off right now over the weekend he and his wife Camilla gotten a pickup truck that was just loaded with hospital masks a hundred and ten thousand hospital masks that Matthew McConaughey and his wife delivered to hospitals all over Texas all of it donated by Lincoln so you know the way to go for them the McConaughey's have been making donations of all kinds of things ever since the pandemic B. again so they've been extremely hands on with this whole thing
Taylor Swift to join star-studded 'One World: Together at Home' global broadcast
"And this Saturday's star studded global broadcast one world together at home just got a whole lot more star studded Taylor swift is join the line up along with Leon and Shawn Mendes Camilla avail Sam Smith usher Jennifer Lopez Alicia keys and parole Williams and a list of non musician celeb's is also growing Oprah Ellen DeGeneres Matthew McConaughey and more one world together at home layer across all major TV networks cable channels and streaming platforms Saturday night
Interview With Michele McPhee On Coronavirus Efects In California
"We have a California corona virus correspondent we have dubbed herself so it's Michelle McPhee Michelle as a new book out today and I typically you're gonna come on when this books coming out of the book is called ma'am Michelle McPhee welcome WRKO again I love my new title as west coast corona correspondent that's amazing it's a going out and Kelly by the way you know it's a very interesting place so if you go hiking right now you can get a citation from the LAPD but if you are a homeless drug user and wanted Koster into a little group outside my house on the corner there hands off which is literally what LA is now that they let you know we talked about this before this idea of the prisoners being released and now there is just thirty five hundred more tense where people can pretty much concerned groups do drugs and not be bothered how are people being placed in that time well that we all are actually but in your case in particular you know house all you your Hollywood now makes me of course the reason I'm sure he'd be bringing well the rumors and the projections in the nightmare catastrophic scenarios that California was facing they haven't panned out whether or not it's due to you know the draconian steps that the governors and the mayors of taken out there or because maybe corona viruses and all that it's cracked up to be we don't know but how long are people out there going to just stay shut down without causing any ruckus wow that's a very good question I'm already seeing in downtown LA businesses using you know boarding up their windows well you know it was the biggest issue is that joblessness nobody's working and you have to think about people at least in LA we have room but can you imagine people being cooped up B. B. I don't know how you could imagine that but with a bunch of kids and trying to work and now you find out the kids are going back to school until maybe may fifteenth I mean I don't this is what I'm very happy to be single and unmarried but I don't know how people do it the most dot not making money you got a million kids you're trying to work everyone making new recipes and it is it's a complete cluster the most offensive thing I've heard through all of this was Gayle king lamenting it's really hard to do this while you're single because it's just so lonely and I might come some some of this scale it's just only in your massive Bel Air mansion so narrowly up there depends how the Upper East Side shut up so thank you now I mean if I hear one more celebrities sing a song from their pool I'm gonna shoot somebody asks where I have more Matthew McConaughey in the woods is Bobby bandito in less Kylie Jenner's legs pool side I I know that's a weird thing this ma'am but that's the reality that is the reality I mean honestly and you see it out here you would not believe the conversations you overhear when you have to wait I don't know an hour to get into trader Joe's with a bunch of like hipster Silver Lake you this is I mean it's just unbelievable engine we deliver any wind up over thirty dollars a barrel that is a direct quote from somebody finally it's awfully trader Joe's okay I need a video I don't think they're not even you know producing series right now but we're all looking for the next tiger King makes me at trader Joe's lines throughout California I'd watched an episode of that I'm sites outside by helping the homeless encampment I know how that turns out you with every one of them socks that would for me I speaking to spend you got a new book out it's called mai ham unanswered questions about the Tsarnaev brothers the U. S. government and the Boston Marathon bombing obviously we all know April fifteenth two thousand and thirteen this happened your first book on this came out in twenty seventeen called maximum harm here's my question for you on the book you've gone Hollywood between twenty seventeen and now you've been wildly successful you've got a series on TV that's been picked up again you got another series in production why is this one stick in your Craw so much that even though you had so much success you still got to keep working on this thing we don't funny I tell the story all the time about how the family things you're rich when you put out a book and like the Christmas list gets bigger but I don't next them harm for five thousand dollars and re publish it for one reason and one reason only it's because I think we deserve the answers and somebody who is standing at ground zero you know I was in please bureau chief for nine eleven I had a front page that day on the New York Daily News it was burning all of lower Manhattan it's a day I will never forget I lost a lot of friends among the three hundred and forty three firefighters and twenty three and might be detox and thirty seven Port Authority police officers in the in the hundreds more that have died of the droga illness which nobody ever talks about even as we talk about clone of ours you know I think that we are deserving of answers to this day he be there people tend to give all the still haven't been brought to justice there are still how would classified records about the Saudi connection to nine eleven and I feel like we keep I actually read the nine eleven commission report and if anyone else reddit or anybody in Congress read it or any of our lawmakers took it seriously the marathon bombing whenever it happens and I think that we are deserving of the real answer is there are some very glaring questions that you and I talked about before number one the government said in court records they said during the night trial that they don't believe the brothers built the bombs they don't have any physical evidence linking them to the building of the bombs which raises the immediate question then who the hell did it and why are we looking for that person and then you turn to Topsfield Massachusetts fifty five days after the Boston Marathon bombing and you find out about this wacky doodle named Daniel Morley who told his mother he had something he had to answer to god for his mother told the top feel PD that he was friends with him on the night of October when the police bomb squad Topsfield PD they do a great job securing the scene they got permission to search the home all the time the FBI showed up I know where nobody who called the feed which is a quote that one status as one other that night and next thing you know despite the fact that nearly every component to the pressure cooker bomb that was detonated seven years ago was found in the kids back from the FBI thinks and take over the case and where do anymore we now well the last time I saw that cute he was driving for the ride when his original charge was beating up his mother and her elderly computing how does that make sense have your guy that had all of that stuff and it's it's never prosecuted have you ever talked to him I tried to get Bruce gellerman his good friend of mine W. B. O. R. talk about unlikely alliances but it we found out where he was living in move in Massachusetts and we went there and he literally had one of the ride vehicles that we pay for a factor and he landed on a slow speed chase R. N. he wouldn't get out of the card wouldn't talk to us you know I went to the hospital it's in the box to see more I want to talk to a hospital where he was being assessed the two years because you know anybody who had any experience with the amount of mental illness and trying to get help for that two years in a mental institution no one can tell to pay for that again I'm Ali but I went in there and I asked him to have faith in the the big gambling you know how good a guy as a Guinea did you build the bombs anytime in smirked at me and turn around walk away let me here we need to build the bomb would depend upon what he's talking about the alarm he was not at all but you know how this goes it's critics of yours make fear rolling their rising they're going all there goes makes me again often some crazy conspiracy theory and make it much more out of it that is already there is this just conspiracy theory talk well I think you'll see you know my friend Jim Sullivan over the market just in the story and he asked me that same question there's not one thing and that book VV that's not annotated this is all court records this is all interview notes if the inspector general Horowitz report is the mass media report it is you know shouldn't through both of his child every single solitary day every single day my my routine is to wake up look at pacer if you have any new filings in his case we both know that this case is so expensive that they steal the cost that we have already paid for the first two trials and now the field the costs of his appeal I mean this is become a boondoggle and I think the world deserving of the answers I challenge anyone they can treat me right now any question that they have about the book and I will point you can go to my Facebook page you know I will point to the evidence I have the support any questions that you have and DB you know I have pictures of every single piece of evidence that was taken out again I'm always house I have him on the night of a file which you know Magnus are provided to people while ago talking about this inexplicable state department document that has camel and when he was sixteen years old come into the country and I had another completely different dude on the same identical document where the same identical shirts and the state department either the scanning failure but declined to explain how that giving failure might have happened there's just a lot of money of the questions that I think we deserving of those dancers the most important question I think is what you know you have an FBI agent who interviewed him on but I've been a whole family in twenty eleven after the Russians warned us that he was becoming radicalized you're telling me that that the I. agent just as a reporter you're telling me that the pension from out of town when in your heart you don't recognize the guy you really buy that the new book is called may have Michelle makes the our good friend is the author of if you like maximum arm you're gonna like may I'm one of the exits it Michelle is I looked you've never been
Matthew McConaughey cheered up residents at a senior living center by hosting a lively game of virtual bingo
"That's the McConaughey host a virtual bingo for seniors at a Texas living facility we got II twenty four I. twenty third listings include that round rock senior living sharing a Facebook clip showing the actor and his family on a video call with residents wraps post during a time when we are all working to make lemonade out of lemons we are so humbled that Matthew took the time to play our favorite game with us adding is Matthew would say let's turn this red light into a
Matthew McConaughey plays virtual bingo with Texas senior living facility residents in quarantine
"A few McConaughey played virtual bingo with Texans seniors yesterday via zoom McConaughey is wife Camilla two of their kids and as a mom Kay joined in on the bingo zoom call with residents of the enclave at Round Rock senior living right here in the state of
Matthew McConaughey urges fans to stay inside: 'We are at war with a virus'
"Celebrities are releasing corona virus related public service messages we are at war with the virus you may think more a busker winner Matthew McConaughey on the big screen or driving around in ads for Lincoln luxury cars but now he's telling people to stay home McConaughey and an ad executive I've written a PSA to promote social distancing it seemed like it was time to two children that we all need to recognize the severity of the situation he says the downtime could really be good
Matthew McConaughey urges fans to stay inside
"Celebrities are releasing corona virus related public service messages we are at war with the virus you may think more a busker winner Matthew McConaughey on the big screen or driving around in ads for Lincoln luxury cars but now he's telling people to stay home McConaughey and an ad executive I've written a PSA to promote social distancing it seemed like it was time to to sort of that we all need to recognize the severity of the situation he says the downtime could really be good for creativity meanwhile on Sesame Street Elmo rooster and cookie monster are doing their part reminding kids to wash their hands and sneeze into their elbows
Matthew McConaughey urges fans to stay inside: 'We are at war with a virus'
"Actor Matthew McConaughey's known for going a long drives in Lincoln ads but now he's urging people to stay home because of the virus we are at war with the virus and healthcare troops and first responders on the frontline fighting it every day it seemed like it was time to to sort of that we all need to recognize the severity of the situation
Internet memes are the new coronavirus coping mechanism
"I'm Roger Chang and this is your daily charge with US special guest abroarall hedy bright. You've got this fantastic story. Which initially we wrote off as a fluff piece because it's Internet memes and means you're so disposable but there's actually like a series star behind such a fascinating story behind it kind of breaks out. What exactly where. Exactly how our Internet memes Being designed or created as a reaction to what's going on with crowbars absolutely you're right. It's it's true that you can kinda push off these things that we see on instagram and twitter ads. Just these these things that people joke about but it turns out that means can be a very healthy way to cope with stress and anxiety. And there's a lot of stress and anxiety right now. Given the krona virus pandemic psychologists actually saved that means our healthy way to cope with anxiety because humor is something that we have used as humans to cope for ever so this is something that people did during the world. War is something people did during the civil war. They found ways to incorporate humor into magazines and posters and journal entries and this is how we process things and make light of them And so it means are kind of the modern day way that we do that we take a very serious situation like quarantine and then we find ways to make jokes about that like. I'M GONNA put on my living room pajamas as opposed to like my bedroom pajamas. Like all the ways that we find You know the ways that we find humor in kind of the serious reality of the world right now so this is actually something. That is very help healthy for a lot of people to use a time like this. Yeah I love Sort of the the quick kind of walk back through history of how humorous played a role right. And it's fascinating to me that you know that the civil war civil war era was largely considered the age of practical jokes article. Joking which you know when you're watching those. Ken Burns documentary like I don't it. It's weird to Kinda like juxtapose. How the Civil. War's been presented with the fact that people were playing practical jokes on each other. Which boggles my mind. But you're it's a great point. We've we've long used humor as a way to deal with extraordinary circumstances and this is a particularly extraordinary circumstance absolutely and this is something that I spoke with Dr who runs this me McCowan. And he was saying that you know sometimes a laugh is the only bit of sanity that you have in your day because when you don't have that ability to kind of diffuse that tension and a few that anxiety like what else do we can't somebody. One of the psychologists I spoke with Dr Andrew's was saying that this isn't a scenario where we can kind of band together and be like okay. You know. We're all facing this crisis together. Let's go and volunteer drives at helped people. We can't even come together. Well if we have to stand six feet apart from each other we have to social distance we have to be essentially isolation from one another and the only way we can really reach other is through the Internet and so when we are communicating through the Internet. One of the best ways we can make light of a situation and one of the best ways that we can connect with. People is with humor because when you relate with somebody when you can share a joke with somebody that's really what creates those connections and those connections are so critical right now at a time when people really crave social interaction. Exactly this is an audio podcast right now just given our limitations but as wondering if you could run through some of the more memorable means that you ran into and of course reporting and I know this isn't a visual medium but You can talk to your best. Describe the the memes that the great. Yeah absolutely there's wine with Matthew mcconaughey where he's like smoking a cigarette and he's really intense looking at phone and then the caption says me reading about current virus thirty seconds after. I swore I wouldn't read about corona virus anymore and it just really captures like like. Why am I doing this? Why can I not put down my phone? Why can I not step away? You pledge that you're not going to do it and then you do it again There's a lot of good distracted boyfriend means where it's like. Yeah yeah look over. And it's like oh two weeks according t and you're looking over and it looks so good and then like work is in the background trying to juggle. Like hey headway how do I do this There's there's one that was kind of a little bit on the on the darker side. It was a picture of a baby. And you know how like sometimes people will have a sign that says like my first Easter. My first Christmas it said my first pandemic and I was like wow. That's funny. It's extremely dark. Extremely funny exactly are fascinating but even even dark humor psychologists. I spoke with April. Former saying they'd even dark. Humor can be a healthy way to to cope with these things. And so you laugh and you feel like slightly like. Oh my God. This is awful. But then you're like you know like it's the reality. We have to make some
Explaining Occam's Razor
"Today we're going to discuss a problem solving principle that many of you probably heard of and we've we've definitely referenced on the show before and that is autumn's razor that's right. It's it's one of the classics one of the hits of like the skeptical toolkit and I think it's a really one to get into because it's something that is widely known but in different ways and often To whatever extent it actually does have value. It often gets deployed in ways that do not actually make use of its value right like like an actual razor blade. It may be misused from time to time. Yes now. What one specific place that. I know we've talked about it before. Is that is in the context of Carl? Sagan's recommendations for the the tools of skeptical thinking he these out and one of them is autumn's razor. He writes all comes razor this convenient rule of thumb urges us when faced with two hypotheses that explain the data equally well to choose the simpler. Okay now why did we end up talking about this today? We we were in the studio the other day Discussing upcoming episodes. And you said that. Seth had mentioned this our producer Seth Yeah. I was in here and set a nickel Johnson was working on. A crossword puzzle was at the New York. Times he tells us it was the New York Times And he he asked me how to spell. Autumn is in razor and I took a guess at it and I can't I can't remember. I was correct. I was probably wrong but also probably hit one of the multiple acceptable spell things for razor But anyway we started talking about it and I was like. Oh Yeah we we could do that as an episode and so here we are. I'm very glad we picked this because I think one of my personal favorite genres of of critical thinking is is being skeptical about the tools of skepticism. You know is sometimes people who identify skeptics can ca- can I get a little cocky. You know they get a little too sure of themselves about what the reasoning tools they use and it's worth putting those tools to the test. Giving them a closer look. Yeah absolutely now I have to say I definitely remember. The first time I encountered the concept of outcomes raise or at least the first time I encountered it and it on some level stuck with me and that was when viewed the Nineteen ninety-seven film adaptation of Carl Sagan's novel contact the movie. I can't watch without crying. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah well. Why does it make you cry? Oh God there's no point especially the first part where you know it. Zooms out from the earth and you're hearing the radio signals go back in time and then and then it shows the young. L. E. Airway experimenting with the Ham Radio and her dad's helping her and get so emotional. Yeah Yeah it's it's been a very long I. I haven't seen it since initially came out and in fact the main thing I remember from it is seen in which jodie foster's character. Eleanor Airway has having this conversation with Matthew mcconaughey as character. Who How old was Matthew mcconaughey at this point? I don't even know how old he is. Now is this ageless demon but anyway. Here's this character He's scared Palmer. Joss in the scene in question foster's character brings up autumn's razor in a discussion on the nature of God she. She says well which is ultimately the simpler hypothesis that an all powerful God exists or the human beings made got up in order to feel better about things and then this ultimately comes back around is kind of flipped on her later on film regarding her characters encounter with an extraterrestrial intelligence right. Is it more likely that she really had the experience? She thinks she had with With all these aliens or that. She like hallucinated. Something that would give her emotional closure. Yeah and so. Yeah I think I was in high school at the time so it was. It was interesting concept especially in the context of of atheism verses of faith in a creator deity inserted to suddenly have this tool from the chest. Skeptical thinking just thrown up on the table and you and seemingly used by both sides. Well Yeah I think this is funny. This is a great example because it highlights some of the most common features of all comes razor as it is actually used to like. It's often invoked in a kind of fuzzy way without an objective measure Just kind of invoked to back up your intuitions about the probability of something right but another thing is that this example shows how. It's not always easy to find a way to compare the simplicity of two different propositions like is the existence of God a simple hypothesis or a complicated one that I think that really depends on kind of how you feel about it like like what kind of objective measure can you come up with to evaluate that question right. It's GonNa depend so much on your like your background your culture what you grew up with. And you know how you how you've come to view the possibility of Of God's existence. Is it just kind of the bedrock of your your worldview or is it this thing from the outside that you are contemplating and also how do you view it at like the coherence of the idea? Do you view it as something. That's like That's full of all these little kind of ad hoc accommodations or something that is a holistic coherent Sort of like fact about nature. Yeah you know I it's I I think this is a perfect example. That shows like win. People used the idea volumes razor in a way that is not helpful and doesn't really doesn't really get you any closer to figuring out what's true now if you're if you're still questioning what the concept really means. Don't worry we will get to some. I think some very understandable examples of how it can be a used properly and used improperly. But let's go ahead and just start about the concept itself the the word autumn You know where this comes from. We'll get to the origins of autumn's razor so Oxfam's razor is also known as the principle of parsimony and parsimony means a tendency towards cheapness or frugality. So I like that. It's like the principle of parsimony is like you. You want to be cheap with your with your logic right yeah. I don't need more than two steps of logic between me and the solution. Don't give me one with four or five. And it was named after the Medieval English philosopher William of autumn. Of course William of Arkham So he he lived in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries from twelve eighty five to either thirteen seven or thirteen forty nine. I've seen different death dates given forum. I've seen different birthdates as well. Eighty seven twelve. Eighty eight looking at That's interesting so he was a prolific scholar. Franciscan friar we'll get more into his ideas in a minute. I you know one thing I've always wondered is where the heck is awesome. I've never heard of that. Well yeah because the word sound has kind of like a remoteness to it. It sounds alien in some ways. Autumn is very much a real place. It is a rural village. In Surrey England. You can look it up online. You can find that the website for the church in Oxfam for example and this area has been occupied since ancient times. It's about a day's ride south west of London and it was the birthplace of the individual who'd come to be known as William Volume now beyond that beyond the fact that he was born here. We don't know a lot about William's life We don't know what his social or family background was or if his native language was French or Middle English. As Paul Vincent Spadea explains in the Cambridge companion to Arkham he was likely given over to the Franciscan order as a young boy. Before the age of fourteen and here Latin would have quickly become his language of not only writing but also just conversation Grey Friars Convent in. London was likely his home convent but later he traveled he visited Avalon he visited Italy and he lived the last two decades of his life in Germany. Now philosophically William was a Nominal List and spayed writes that the two main themes of this for William were the rejection of universals and ontological reduction in these two teams are are not necessarily interconnected like you can you. Could you could believe in one but not the other and vice versa but basically like let's get into what these mate so the first rejection of universals is perhaps best considered and this is very brief and broad Certainly you can find so much written in instead on this topic but basically think of it as a rejection of the tonic idea of the realm of forms. So that idea that all chairs that we might make design and carve a symbol are an attempt to create the perfect chair which doesn't reside in our world but only resides within this realm of forms. So all chairs that we create our like an aspiration for the ideal chair another way. I've thought about it at least as I understood it was. The nominalism is kind of the idea that there is no such thing as a chair. There's only this chair and that chair in this chair over here. There is no chair right like this. This is the kind of the situation gets too. When you you get into the genre classifications of say albums artists or movies. You care a great deal about and someone tries to limit it to a classification and say oh well that's classic rock where that's alternative rock near like. No no no no no. Don't don't try and fit there is there. Is these categories. Do not apply. There is there is only you know whatever. Your band of choice happens to be. There is only tool. There is only primis or whatever right there yeah there. There is only things not category right. Now let's move onto the second theme here. Ontological reduction this is as Britannica defines it quote the metaphysical doctrine that entities of a certain kind are in reality collections or combinations of entities of simpler or more basic kind. I think your classic example here is molecules atoms. Yeah so another example. Here's while our aristotle defined ten categories of objects that might be apprehended by a human mind. These would have been translations vary on on how you wanted to find these but substance quantity quality relative place time attitude condition action and affection. William cut these down to two substance and quality. He's really getting in there. That's the razor. That's what a razor Dutt. Cia slices away. It cuts off the fat and gets down to the meat. Spayed writes quote. Although these two strands of thinking are independent. They are nevertheless often viewed as joint effects of a more fundamental. Concern the principle of parsimony known as Oxfam's razor okay. So we're getting to the razor. Yeah so William. Devoted a lot of energy to arguing against What spade calls the bloated onto logical in inventories of his contemporaries and became well known to his peers for this as such either towards the end of his life or shortly after his death a kind of greatest hits album came out on his thoughts and ideas titled On the Principles of Theology? Now it wasn't actually by William of Arkham but it featured his doctrine as well as verbatim quotes there is no ascribed author either so later generations would often just attribute it to him as well as the notion of outcomes razor however the specific phrase was apparently never actually used by him. He never said autumn in the house. I'M GONNA get the razor out and started carving on some some some some some ideas
Oscar Picks of Wesley Morris from The New York Times
"Wesley Morris is here. Sometimes we fly him out. And we just put you on a whole bunch of podcasts. And we just wind you up and you go yeah Ping Pong Pinball pinball Wesley Yeah Oscars this this weekend yes I can never get through Oscars week without talking to you for at least ten minutes on what's going on. I'm not sure what happened to the Oscars because we have all these prohibitive favorites. There's no drama at all. Everyone thinks nineteen seventeen gonNA win. Isn't that wild. Everyone thinks Phoenix is GonNa win for the joker. Okay yeah that Renee Zellweger is GonNa win for Judy. which I five saying? No no no it made money Brad Pitt for once upon a time And then Laura dern for marriage story yes and those are Kinda done y- everyone the the. They're like huge huge favorites. It doesn't even make sense to bet on them. They're such huge favorites. You'd be like betting on. I don't know the the though Oklahoma City Thunder to beat some division. Three Kinda odd you the only one. That's kind of even best director. Sam Mendes as twenty five favorite. That's what is happening. Is it just. The Internet has made this that the consensus the census of thought now nobody goes against the grain and they just kind of follow the pack. What's happening here? I don't know I think I really feel like increasingly. There are just enough people. I don't know how voters individually or feeling about not pressure to pick a certain person person but the like doing the work to really choose the thing you love the most because every year you read those blind items that variety are Hollywood reporter daily beast. I do yeah And you read these Oscar voters say things and they all have. They all seem to have individual taste rate to hear these. I voters justify why they're voting. They're voting for you. You would think anything could win but that never happens will rarely happens right so I also also believe that in this particular year. I think there's a lot of politics going on like like movie. Industry politics rang. Explain plan so I don't think that people. I think there's a number of things happening. I think people don't like parasite that much. I think they see it. I think that was that was okay. I don't know how they could think that it actually got. It's like Robert Covington right now the NBA trade deadline. It's gotten hyped up too much now. People going wait a secondly. I think it's great it's awesome you're going to see it and you you end up going and you're like yeah it's good but you're not like Oh my God you're right I'm blown away. Yeah Yeah I can't speak but some people are leaving matt a Lake Nona. Nope they're leaving. They're probably just watching it at home but like they're they're watching this movie and they're just Kinda like well okay. I and I'm rich people poor people and I think that I mean I really think that they think it's that simple and I also think good. I really liked it. I didn't think it was like the best picture picture the year I why do but you do really. I was the case in a minute. I think it's just okay. The very simple thing is it takes a story. It takes an idea that I can't believe that in a hundred and you know twenty years of movies. Nobody's ever done before nobody's ever fought to turn the class. Divide into into a game in this particular way. Yeah and by the time they get to the sect by the time the father other by the time the father gets the job. So the third the third introduction of the the glomming onto this family. I'm just I was just laughing. I was is laughing with happiness at the brilliant to this idea. He's such a great of these nine movies and most like almost all of them are perfectly made. I would say that's the one that surprised me the most in terms of how tight and smart and and surprising it was the one thing I don't like goodbye it is the ending but in talking to people about who also sort of ending is anticlimactic but it also needs to be there none. Nobody could come up with a better trending. So this is the endings. Movie needs to have this elegiac sort of tragic fantasy ending. I liked once upon a time. The most I mean and as you know I also love them. We did a podcast about that on this podcast. Back in August we wait. Let's go back though we dated Rewatch ables. That's coming this week about about it already. Yeah well we do one Oscar movie every year O- of the nine area to get out on time. That seems fair. Yeah UH-HUH I think forward and for our versus Ferrari of those nine movies. That in little women I think are the most those are going to prove to be the most re watchable bowl of those. I'm so glad you said that. I feel like those have become the underrated. I'm not sure what happened. In each case moves. I thought little women was excellent. Women Soak so good the crazy thing about this year. Is there a two stores. I just wrote a story about this for the paper and the the the maddening thing about these nine movies please. And I'll get back to the into back to what people are saying about who they are. Why nine hundred seventeen is going to win for political reasons Movie movie industry political reasons. But I just read a piece about like how. This is the first year since they expanded the field ten. Move to up to ten movies that I have liked every single one of these movies more or less except for one and I don't like joker either. Yeah I don't like never really really align this year on what we didn't like I like that I didn't. I don't like joker I didn't have fun. I thought his performance was awesome. But I've seen a lot of movies that whereas the performance was awesome. But I'd necessarily loved the movie right I don't even I don't even Joaquin. Phoenix is one of my four favourite male actors. And this does not I feel like this is the first time he is looking for a character as like we are watching him do work mark. The I think it's done before you start shooting in this movie Part of it is. He is playing a person who's changing but he's always playing people who were undergoing some sort of ecological little change wasn't he's so much more interesting in the master. Oh everything he was doing. If you're going to start there then I'm like why did you give just give Antonio Banderas the Oscar. I mean that's where you're GONNA start but I'm saying like I don't know why I took this movie for people to like. Here's his Oscar. Movie when he was so good the pastor I mean the thing that was more interesting performance interesting thing that we should talk about. Is that like he is one of those people were. He's just a person who is owed right like it's he's been he's a set of a woman quote suffered so long just give him just give it to him not that he's begging for it because because when he took this part I was like oh well you know he clearly. He clearly understands with businesses going and I would never accuse him ever of like being being interested in getting any prizes for the work. He's doing but I also feel like there is a sense that he's been nominated three other times. I think maybe maybe four do you remember how lost to the master who who when they're You're talking keep your point going on anyway. I feel like if I sat here and thought about it. I'd come my with but I'm not going to remember those thirteen Two thousand thirteen. So we have. Is that Matthew mcconaughey. Now it's not McConnell. Now he lost a Daniel Day. Lewis Link Oh well that's that's just bad luck for Joaquin Phoenix. I remember having issue with that at the time you should have. I mean just just as a matter of history you should rostker you blaspheme. He's fine. He's fine I thought Athletes Ship
"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Ask Me Another
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"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"From NPR in WNYC coming to you from the paramount theater in Austin Texas it's NPR's. Our puzzles were games in Trivia asked me another. I'm Jonathan Coleman now. Here's your host Vera Eisenberg aw everybody. This is amazing up so so excited to be here. You've been awesome before right. I have many times Boston yeah yeah so yeah. I've learned so many things we do a little bit of research as we come to any city like we both know Austin in bed but I found out new things. Obviously I know this is a great place for music. Also the O Henry Pun off competition happens here and you have no professional sports esteems except soccer. It is like ask me another if it were a city basically and we have a great show for you. We have four brilliant contestants. They are backstage right now. Bragging to each other about how much they rent their places during south by southwest and soon they'll be up here playing some nerdy games on one of them will be our big winner. Hey so yeah our special guest on our show is Matthew Matthew mcconaughey. You might know him from being extremely famous talk about the McConnell right. That's when he was in a slew of highly acclaimed movies televisions won an Oscar but he's followed that up with the MOCATTA Hey. How did we get him on. Ask me another. What's your favorite Matthew mcconaughey. Hey project it. I really loved him in Jason Confused. Oh Yeah I mean I grew up in a town called dirtbag Connecticut it. It's not called Turnpike and it was a lovely town but like I felt like watching that movie. I was like I know that guy. I know four guys were exactly that Guy Ed grew up with in two of them are named Matt. So everyone has an entry point. I would say like if you're really into ROM. coms of course you know him from how to lose a guy in ten days. If you're really into dramas you know him from Dallas Buyers Club. I wasn't huge with the movie how to lose a guy in ten days as some people's favourite just a little weird for for me because I don't mean to Brag but I've done in like two hours you know so. Let's play some games everybody. Our first game is about famous moments in nudity. Mine happened opened in high school. When this guy saw me naked from only the waist down Donald Duck style that is like being quadrupling naked okay anyway. Let's meet our contestants first step letty Lille Evans. You're a library associated associated at the Austin Public Library letter. You're also so in a bunch of bands. Yes I am in a bunch of bands including a van Halen cover band. Yes you're the lead singer I am the David Lee Roth we see my Japan. Oh what's a couple of your favorite songs to sing. I like eight talking about love. I really like hot for teacher. That one is tiring and if I have the energy and the floors right I will end it with the split but I'm nowhere as flexible as Diamond Dave. Maybe eight diamond Dave now now. Let me when you ring in will hear this. Your opponent is Natasha Baker Bradley. You're an attorney attorney in Austin who reviews DNA yes. I know it's very sexy. I'm sure because of that you just get as stupid questions questions about the television show. CSI All the time. I'm actually pretty new. You're my first person okay. I'm not GonNa ask you about that but I do know from knowing a little a bit of value that after a crime lab was shut down in Austin. You became part of a task force to deal with the aftermath of that tells us about that basically really. I think it's fundamental that we want fair trials potentially some false evidence was presented so we're just going back all to make sure it's all good evidence and if it wasn't they get a new trial trial going through all. DNA like real Subaru a real job coincidentally at the library. I also work with a lot of different kinds of DNA right and I imagine a lot of it is guilty.
"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on The Big Picture
"I'm Shawn fantasy editor in chief of the ringer. And this is the big picture conversation show about some of our most fascinating movie stars. I am joined as I have been recently on these career arc episodes by pair of thoughtful deep and possibly very high career. Archaeologists Amanda Dobbins and rob her villa. Hello, guys, high San all, right? All right. All right. Thank you. Rob someone had to do thirty seconds in case, you couldn't tell from Rob's beautiful impersonation. This is an episode about the the life in the career and the and the essence of Matthew mcconaughey, who is of course, starring in a new movie harmony, Curran's new movie the beach bum which is out in theaters right now, and we're gonna be talking about that movie quite a bit. But before we do that we're going to do what we always do on the show. This is only the second time we've done it. We're going to analyze different stages of an actor or actress or directors career, and we're gonna talk about the breakthrough moment and the personal pinnacle for each of the three of us. And then we'll talk about the big movie that's out right now. So guys before we get started. I wanna talk. A little bit about just your personal connection to Matthew mcconaughey who has been in our lives for a long time perhaps longer than I even realized when I was looking at this guy's career. Amanda, what is your your general relationship to Makaay? Well, like his career goes in phases. And we're gonna talk a lot about I actually don't know how much we'll talk about the two thousands. But you talk about it, Matthew mccown. Hey starred he was a rom com. Idle in the two thousands, and that's a very interesting time in romantic comedies and say not so interesting workwise, but in terms of career arc very interesting time in Matthew mcconnahey career. And that's kind of how I was introduced to him or how he became a part of my life about that. And you about Matthew mcconaughey, but I was very conversant in those romantic comedies. And then I was a culture blogger to during the Kanazawa. So. It's in terms of watching an actor or a public figure reinvent themselves and have a kind of public narrative that we're all participating in real time. He's a really prime example for me. I can't really think of him without thinking of just this not even transformation, but a return to self that he experienced would you say the time as a flat circle, Amanda. Oh my God. Yeah. I would have to at this point. 'cause you all do so often, rob. What about you? I suspect that your your true relationship with with Matt Mack, which is something no in calls him. But I'm gonna call him that occasionally Amish. Micheli? What's your relationship to McConnell, 'cause I I assume it started before Amandus? Yeah. I mean, it started very simply as like I just want to listen to this person say word rest of my life. I mean, I do think he has this my favorite voice like in Hollywood, and possibly, you know, the larger celebrity sphere. I mean, I'm pretty sure my introduction him like most people my age, our age was dazed and confused and just every word that came out of his mouth just sounded beautiful for lack of any other way to put it I think following his career subsequently. I I wanted to ask you guys like the McConnell San's that term sort of implies like a really deep valley in the middle of his career. Like, Matthew mcconnahey is sort of a guy when I started following and writing about entertainment like following the arc of an actor or a celebrity in the low points in the high points like I was always kind of confused by the McConnell, and ideas, like what was he recovering from like, he doesn't really have. A Geely in that sense. Like, I don't think there's one moment. That's like a terrible moment. And it's like literally ninety seconds ago. I remembered that he was once a rested for playing Bongos today. Kid. That's the thing that happened. Right. What a like that will that wasn't the low point. But like, I was I was he's one of the first actors who I sort of perceived as having this media driven sort of rise and fall arc to him. And I could never quite figure out what caused the fall. I guess I bet you have a lot of thoughts say rob have you seen goes girlfriend pass? And or I haven't walls gold, and or forces of nature, and at you know, the back half from two thousand five to two thousand nine he's in a ladder leading man roles that are tough, and they're not gonna romantic comedies, and those are not. In any way, the essence of McConnell as we have come to understand him. And it's an interesting arc- because he basically twenty years later returns to himself. It's an it's an arc that I know flat, circle, blah, blah, blah. I get it. But it really is the Mikan science. I think more means that he. Finds his essence again as opposed to coming from some valley. It's like a a a new expression or somebody say, the, original expression. Will I think it's also about what we deem to be quality versus an meaningful artistic choices versus things that are pop or frivolous. I think particularly in that period that you're talking about Amanda, you basically two thousand five two thousand four Saharan to for the money things kinda start to go a little south there. And he's just making a lot of stuff that is moderately successful. But just not very good. And you know, when he comes back with the Lincoln lawyer and Bernie in killer Joe, and we'll talk about that period seems to turn the ship, and he starts working with filmmakers that he'd worked within the past or people who seem interesting in on the forefront of something. And so I think the McConnell San's, rob, I guess for lack of a better phrases just meant he started doing good stuff again. And I would argue towards the end of this podcast. We're actually in a phase where with the exception of the movie we're going to be talking about at the end. He's actually made. More bad stuff in the last five years than good stuff, and maybe more bad stuff than he did in that fallow, period. But nevertheless, let's go back to the very beginning. Rob you wanted to talk about about days as as sort of breakthrough. So what is it about David Waterson that that enraptured you? I mean, I feel first of all this is there is no need to overanalyze him that movie like this moment. Like he's in days and confused, really ten minutes. Maybe. You know, like just jump right? Like his delivery of the line. I get older they stay the same age. It's like this perfect mixture of like, casual and formal that's what I love about these high school girls, man. I get older they stay same age. He knows the character knows how good align. It is the actor knows how good align. It is. Like, you take a little step forward. Like in that exact moment. Like, I realized that for the first time that he's wearing like salmon colored pants. Ted Nugent t-shirt. It's just this this beautiful transcendent moment that doesn't need to be belabored. But let's does this guy as a star like just right in that moment. And I the other days that I love rewatching he pulls up alongside another car like a burger joint and the two guys in the other car go off Christ immediately like they can't stand him. But the the driver of the other car a young red headed lady who I believe is Marissa Rabin easy is smitten with him. No, I got my own car. Thank listen to stick the car with now get in with us. But that's all right worry about that later. I will see their. You tell them about the new fiesta tap inning at the moon tower. There's going to be fresh kegs. And it's just I would just I would just follow this man, anywhere. And I watching it again like I feel there's a version of dazed and confused like the studio like focus groups like diluted belabored version of the movie that feels compelled to have an actual plot. And like a moral would make his character not like the villain, but like the cautionary tale at the worst case scenario like you don't wanna end up like this guy, actually like dazed is one of the things that makes it great is like it's a high school movie where at least some of the actors look like they could conceivably be in high school. And so it makes it hard to tell like how much older he's supposed to be than the rest of the people. But I I love the way that like his job is working for the city. Like he says that several times doesn't elaborate at all. But like it's kind of he's he's he's kind of lame like part of what makes Ben Affleck's CARA. Actor lame is that he shouldn't be there anymore. Like, he I think he like flunked a he got held back a few grades or something like he shouldn't be hanging out with these people anymore, and it should theoretically be the same for him. But it's not. But even at the end like when they're on a football field, and he gives the speech about like, it's about living L I V. I N like you can take that as like really profound. You can take that as kind of pathetic. Like, there's a version of the movie where like the plot is like the football player trying to decide whether to sign like the promise not to take drugs or whatever. Like that moment. Could be the football player realizing I don't actually want to end up like this person, you know. And if I agreed not fuck up like even twenty percent of the time, and I won't end up like this person. But like the actual movie can't bear to do that to McConnell. Hey, and like McConnell as performance is too. Good to even make you feel like even a little bit pathetic. Like, it's just it's a very fine line and just uncomplicated -ly beautiful thing. But like when you think about it, it's it's just. It's perfect. He's unquestionably one of our most beautiful statutory, rapists. He's just it's amazing. It's amazing how willing we are to forget that that is literally the point of that character is that he is a predator. And it's like, oh what a charming predator? You know, that is really his power like this is the first significant role that he had and it's it's one of his best roles. It's it's like communicates. A lot about the kind of actor that he is even though he's as you said, rob onscreen for so so little Amanda, what did you think of days? Yeah. I agree with you. It's just kind of an instant stardom. I was on a podcast recently talking about Pretty Woman and the power of that movie and a lot of ways it's just you're watching. Julia Roberts become a star in real time. And it's so rare to see someone in one of their first movies just like before we formed. It's kind of like, okay. You know, you are and sodas the director, and you know, how to be on screen, and like I understand the qualities that you're going. Bring to your other roles like you have just you've got star quality from the gecko. And like he clearly does like dazed and confused. It's kind of his first movie or his first big movie. But also definitely the statement for the rest of his career, or at least the successful parts of his career and people don't often figure it out that early. It's true. It's notable though that it takes a few years for him to find real stardom. You know, even though I think anybody who saw it is inconvenient came out. And it was not a huge box office hit. There's something going on with that guy who is that guy. And then he appears in significant roles, but not necessarily the lead role in angels in the outfield, which I'm sure we all know and love, Bobby Wagner. Our producer baseball fan. I'm certain he's seen it Texas chainsaw massacre of the next generation, which quite bad. He has a small role in boys on the side in which is very charming and his smaller but crucial role in Lone Star, which we've talked about on this podcast before. And then comes a time to kill now. If you're listening to the show, you probably know how much I like the John Grisham adaptations of the nineteen nineties. This was a this was a sub genre that Hollywood thrived on over the years. End of the pelican brief is one of your favorites. Pelican brief the firm is one of my favorites. I'm a big fan of the client. Rob you, and I were having a grand old time recounting some of the ridiculousness of time to kill which I had forgotten and yet still feel entertained in compelled by it's actually quite gruesome story. And if you think Waterson is a sleazebag the stuff that happens in time to kill us awful. It's it's it's essentially a courtroom drama about a man who is on trial play by Samuel Jackson and his lawyer as Matthew mcconaughey, and Matthew mcconaughey is playing essentially modern day Atticus Finch person who is like a he starts the movie out of sort of a wastrel like a slick drunk southern courtroom operator. And by the end of the movie, he transforms into this morally righteous profound. Emotionally resonant figure and this movie is really weird. I cannot believe this movie exists, and so intense, and so upsetting and also features a million famous people, Sandra Bullock is essentially McConnell as right hand woman, who's helping him with the case who understands the law significantly better than mccown as character does Samuel Jackson of courses on trial. He plays Billy Ray Cobb. Kevin Spacey is the DA who comes in from out of town and his quite evil for into Frick. Her plays. Matthew kinda his secretary Oliver Platt places legal partner, Donald Sutherland, I believe plays. His father has dropped. It's like it's not as father. But like the lawyer who gave him his start and is now a drunk sort of wasted. Right. His. Protege. His father figure who has his name is is Lucien Wilbanks sheriff some perfect Girish esque southern writing the reason that I chose this movie is his breakthrough is because it's the the first time that McConnell, hey, is in the center of the frame, the whole time the movie lives and dies by him. And because of its preposterousness, I think almost any other actor wouldn't have been able to pull it off. And of course, there's a very very famous speech at the end of this movie that we're gonna listen to right now. I wanna tell you story. Close your eyes. Tell you the story. I want you. Listen to me what you listen to yourselves. Go ahead.
"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Yeah. They are. I know it's kind of decision is it is fun art. Let's talk about some of the stuff that's going on in your world outside of the world of sports long branch, whiskey long brand. Urban can't in front of those. Okay. There's Russell's it wild Turkey long branch bourbon what we have right here. We have long Branchburg we have Mr. eighty Russell master Ciller signature here. And we have first name that's been on a bottle of well Turkey is there's Matthew mcconaughey. So I wanted to make my own burger when I became director creative director while Turkey and for two years after whispering. Nettie Russell's ear about what it was that. I wanted to do he would send me these tasters little pint four pint every few weeks or so we'll two years later, the eighth pint that I got having it a campfire with my family on my birthday, tastes it. And it was like that it didn't say award my wife. She was like, that's it. And that's what's in that bottle, my favorite bourbon on the planet. Okay. To drink Nate whose the whose the who's the person who's can handle their bourbon the best that you've ever been around. The Russell's are very good at it. Okay. We almost like an extension, and it's like water. How about a colleague of yours in the acting colleague of mine that can handle the bourbon the best. A friend of your show. Okay. Cole Hauser coal tastic. He's not afraid to handle a couple of fingers. Mina. This is great. So folks can folks can go get this just anywhere in America. And we're about to be all over congratulations on that..
"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast
"Youngins emoji. Yes. Little picture. Love little pictures like stickers. We'll secret. We'll secret sign there. Yeah, exactly there buddy. Hey there, hey, there. I'm one six one, six emoji. I'm sixteen. I'm dean. Oh, about you. How about a little cheeky? Mooney mode after the sad, you know what they say about emojis. That's how you get in with the key. I get older the end OD ad. The seduced young people. Oh, shit. Krige's creepy. Creepy. Matthew mcconaughey. Now level these emojis that I could use to lure young boys hells. I get older in the emojis, get better. Keep adding new one. You know, when I started. It just took a little moon moon off to the sad. It's more complex, but it's more beautiful way now I can get colorful with the emojis and is a code is a code but play feed play. Tummy play, can lay it all out on the. Okay. All right. Started creamy out now. Wait, you wanna look at their phones and talk to them about some of this stuff again. So the most basic apps can have secret meetings, so we're putting Matt lords to the test, some of some of the most basic apps connect secret, meaning basic apps can have secret meanings, right? Son explained to me reminders what's really going on in there. What is this stocks app? What are these mean? The line by weather? Well, you're on your phone and he's stocks. If I text you a flower, what would you think that's an high biscuits? Flower. I don't know if that makes a difference. That's a high bisque is flour. I don't know that makes a difference working. That's a high bisque is flour. I don't even know if that makes a difference..
"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Jokes So Funny
"Early burn was that she feels good vigo street that's like a matthew mcconaughey almost sounded thing like matthew mcconaughey hey slash billy bob thornton in guede yeah carl do the favorite movies right there sling blade may just triggered john lewis here we go right number two iran about billy bob thornton we get three rants in before you get to the main ones listen to music gosh billy bob thornton he's he he is a musician what does it what kind of music would billy bob thornton make oh man i don't know maybe i don't know but it's not great really that's too bad i'll billy i mean maybe some of it's okay but name another great movie that billy bob thornton's done i'll wait of bad bad sandwich that a good movie yeah dude i love that movies i'm not funny to you i mean it was on i two one liners man but you think about great actors right well okay great movie great muck and robert all i can think of four great movies okay so great movie i'm sorry you're good maybe not dude i don't know not many men it's it's literally just sling blade movies but you're right sure there's independence day he's okay and that the best thing billy bob thornton never did was you know nailed down in jelena's joey that did it man and blood vials yeah like he had her like she was twists into some that he was into you okay yes yeah she had his blood like this fucking i don't know anything about the story what are you talking about the old people shape man supposed to know what's going on oh engineer joe lee back when she was in k she's gone from like like whenever shoes younger back in the nineties two hundred two thousands whatever was like she was like mega hot okay and then she's like slowly degrade into now she's just like stick figure heart okay no budi ought so this is this is this is early millennial talk i see my wife and i were talking about this the other day and it's interesting it's funny to me how the ideal woman of the eighties and the nineties was just like a stick like that's what barbie dolls were what everyone fucking wanted right and two thousand comes along especially like two thousand late two thousand teens all of a sudden it's the year of the ass right all all you want as a big brazilian booty jaylo that's it out the jaylo kim k like just those are the women right it's completely fucking change so all all of these women who put all of this fucking effort into being skinny as fuck wife is so fucking cruel that's what i'm saying just suddenly so it just it just changes men don't have that problem like the body type for men is always going to be the same it's always gonna be brad kit that's that's what every woman is going to pretty much want no woman is going to pass on a brad pitt for the most part if you are leave us three stars on i tunes so i know who you are and drop us a review pretty please thank you well you know there's nothing like having a lady that's got something to hold onto you know not too much but you know what i mean like some meaty blades you have to yeah you know a woman needs a good blubber boy i always say i mean like i'm not talking about like that i'm talking about like lady that ruins or something yeah kerr healthy woman i thought we were talking about men's still now i'm talking about i feel really bad about that blubber boy comment i was on fridays i'm sorry man look we're out of that tie cave okay we're not we're not gonna tie caving yeah we're we can do something else this is actual camp saying art camp anymore there's a hot take from chris mason's house police pair high on bath salts fired guns firefly's mistaking them for alien lasers carl got the beth sounds again that's my dog he does now so your dog shot that gun all oaken dog chemo dog on this podcast oh yeah he's a rough old cat kind of pup they'll like hump your leg till you love it no he don't home but it will run you over he's a big fence is your rescue no no no i.
"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"They told him to get out and he said no i'm not i'm not getting out you can't make me leave yes we're in fact they wrote up an official eviction notice and went to a lawyer to use the correct language and called him full name you know the whole legal nine yards they went through it all and demanded that he get out near refused so they took him to court and yesterday a supreme court judge in new york said yeah kid you need to get out because well you're not a kid anymore you're thirty years old get out of your parents house and he called his name is michael rotundi oh thirty again thirty he called the decision outrageously and he's going to appeal the decision i mean that was kind of like similar to the documentary failure to launch with matthew mcconaughey a surge esca parker cozy we leave the house terry bradshaw was the father s right right to me i would think that would put a little crimp into your love life not in that movie now everyone isn't maximum true and that's not exactly real life when you live.
"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Knock but maybe teague last wants food webs theme to be performed by matthew mcconaughey not sure sarah would be into that what if we have match like would it be matthew mcconaughey lake like like a like a person can you hire a massive i mean probably but we're not going to do bacon garl says of the topic of food for the coming elections in sweden we're planning to three d scan and then print the heads of our party leaders in chocolate with filling the taste in such a way that the given party perceives opposed you food tech minute for that experiment please do what does a conservative versus liberal tastes like that's the thing essentially given party perceives but wouldn't all the parties consider themselves to be sweet i think some people might be like avowedly improbably bitter it's quite possible but they're not yeah they don't wanna taste good you know what would wanna taste like you know sewage no of course not but there's right yeah you could be savory versus sweet chris wants to know what element of the show each of us has wanted to add that isn't in yet is there such a thing that's like a little presumptive little presumption in your question that that we all have one of those things maybe everything we wanted but is there are there elements of the show that you guys have been thinking about that we could add adds up but i'm also cognizant of like the practical realities right like we could do animated opening we could do lower third but those are the things that are just like just our current setup wouldn't allow for and if we were to move to something else would choir an extra body to to handle.
"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Remso Republic
"Claes jomo welcome back to the woman alghamdi rumps are republic podcast i'm your host is always rubs so w martinez go ahead do me a favor of you have an already go ahead follow me on twitter brempt so 101 that's orton m s o one zero one follow me i'll go ahead and follow you back that way will go ahead and expand their ever love liberty family for old listeners thank you so much for coming back by every episode is somebody's first episode in for those of you who are that are coming because we get you by the boatload every single episode it's is beautiful absolutely beautiful we have a kind of a mission here super cheesy kind of a rip off but it guy gets to the point and you'll understand why very sue our mission as matthew mcconaughey hey the great philosopher once said is mama make in freedom font again that's the idea of individual liberty free markets limited government the basic basic concept that i'll do me you do you we don't use the government as a violent middleman owing your head and liver lives peacefully and prosperously very common sense for many of you listening but it seems that for a good section of our great american society that seems to be radical thinking and radical thinking is the theme of this season this season four you can go back and listen to old episodes at ramsu w r at rmc republic at rubs our republic dot com slash podcast you'll see all the archives from seasons one through four of what we've done abc's enforce so far so cats all the old episodes there but this season what we're doing is were going out we're trying to understand the idea of trade of disruption trying to find the disrupters anything that you know changes the way we interact as a culture that changes the way we think about the world around us very radical thinking that can go ahead and change the way the world works overnight it's always reinventing the wheel but it's the concept of fighting newer away.
"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on KFQD News Talk
"Problem where did the energy come from wages that technology come from to create a worm hole a gateway to another multi verse well they found it very clever answer if he saw the movie with matthew mcconaughey hey called interstellar they finally tell you where this worm hole came from it came from our descendants that is millions of years in the future are descendants are so powerful that they're able to open up gateways through space and time and create a time machine and that they would backwards in time because there was the time he in our early history where our world the earth was almost destroyed so in other words the gift of the worm hole came from our descendants artist said this took pity on us and sent the worm hole back in time back to our era so that we could escape and create a world where our descendants could populated well that's a very clever way of getting around the question how do you get enough energy to create a worm hole the answer is ask your descendance because they will build a time machine to give you the warm haul from the future well it sounds like hollywood right well it is a hollywood movie called interstellar but the man who helped to advise that movie kip thorn a colleague of mine just won the nobel prize in physics okay well let's take a short commercial break once again you are listening to science fantastic with professor.
"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on High and Mighty
"That's actually are most of the baby this show is what as i hope they riboud is this through detectives detectives they won with a thing guy like unusual especially mckanna aids a bloodcovered bagel and that it was just me and him testing at the end time is a flat circle you just go in i will you it's like the chippendales schedule like the two people after mike mature and matthew mcconaughey annoyed of minute we're just looking for a literally give m names you're you're that and that's what because i wonder if people i wonder if like the casual listener knows the story of of that chippendale sketch of like that it like depressed farley i now like in like a lot of people are like he was like bummed out after that a lot of people are born it bummed mad that that was like a lot of people's favorite sketch because the joke of that sketch is that he's has ross the fat gross body right yeah and what i say but yeah i i think they do they b they soften a little bit right of they say like i think we now have to go with whenever sways characters him he just has more traditionally attractive look and physique right are they savoured a little bit but then and then like they also like go and then like neil in mike goes haruka these like you're like fat and if you're like i beg you i gives like very mean to him also right and that's the bummer yeah well that that was kinda disheartening for me when i found that out about finally is that he was a sensitive about his way but which is great because he like it seemed like he claims.
"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"And we go with his movie with all of us a move got the whole row invaded in all give it take me he rafi jody for league though he gives islands data beit of us i care member walsh's i think it was called than see a weekend and we will open his we all went together and this asylum part in the fucking movie and i rip afar ricochet let's will have to share goes on reverse throughout his career had the whole movie lesson ralph because he's a fat is dude them and i might jesus christ ralfie maize i fucking you thank you chow cow i can't believe you blame me that the earth so again but i would pour and we decided would coupons we had everything at that is on a crazy that crazy no dough we all think bonny's the answered all but you know it all obvious tyler life we had nothing nothing heavy y'all matthew mcconaughey mega the bigger that support funding gone throw that scrawl that front as i guess i bet matthew mcconaughey still hate that guy although fools ago it put the trail on decides james coburn this is a no go back for a second go back go back go scroll down right there there's one here what's his say kick this lab local with his this is like her first big thing look out hot she was my seventy grant i want it all have whereas fire gave all hurry thirty thousand to the african i give it all too well.
"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"About eleven yards before that before you get the ralph he's building if you hope the right yeah that's the point there's a string of apartment buildings parking fillers apartment buildings aback that but there's some people right they garages a friend his rented his garage the matthew mcconaughey hey let's combat macau the hey was working on a car back there and he would go back the the after losing their sherlock with a hat and rafi would spend this fucking day torturing crates ralph matthew mcconaughey movie suck up here eleven here all of that a break folks here's the funny thing like i didn't i allow with a and i did that low this and also they blew the whistle lot of like this big of a night i wonder if there's every obstacle van was it was bucket somebody else there was somebody else in the building who said in his one of the funniest things to listen to it he goes out with sleep in one day and i woke up that was to go and then he goes i thought that was ralfie having the conversation with lvls miss out he goes it was matthew mcconnahey he goes well i looked out the window he's got those apartments don't have their condition to your windows always gotta be open all that self did they ever become friends no tuesday matthew mcconaughey goes back there and we probably looked back this people coming here put up with that so far it was dark so like i told you guys i went back there one day after this one odd it baffled me like i lock your gums allied your argue or matthew mcconnahey star of her upped visit matthew mott god he was things flow all scored sharing of sir sir.
"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Job with a crappy stewart he'll they did give him much is he the protagonists and he does a really good job with his interest in character this shows you how good of an actor he is because matthew mcconaughey hey who's my list of people that any time i see him in a thing is almost to the point that i just do giant eyeroll really yeah he is because i kinda i'm just over him because he's just and my only opinion of him in this movie is that he added care to that could be a very interesting character and he looked bored of the accused driving a lincoln we should give it a c i gave it three stars okay i 5 near yeah i you know i kinda feel like i gave it i should give it to and a half but i gave it three as well five gear there we go us how we do things it's it's watchable and it's just did well enough because you could tell that they really wanted to be a franchises and one of the things that they were talking about on behind the scenes may be making it a tv franchise a tv series which i really wish that they would do because we can do interesting tv series now latino lutely americ can god's sake stars a lot of people have seen it know kind of thing but if you like sifi stuff i think they did an interesting job with american god's but everybody's not going to get it and it moving at a pace that most tv show still move is very about world building and these then so it's hard to watch for some people 'cause they're light we don't understand why why this show does what it does but if you read the books i think that your life for the most watching all key this is a neat uh adaptation of the book for american god's sake zack okay and the dvds come out like october so you can like wait get the first season i'll on dvd and do a nice little bench and be happy well and i think that'll help if you can kind of just go well i was confused for three episodes within by the time we got episode 6 and makes more sense yeah so i think that'll be good okay one more thing about our tower mias wasn't one isn't one of.
"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Everybody has the same tone everybody everybody says things like this with no real urgency even though my civilization has been destroyed and the guy off fucking balkans us on kim on my mother selfimportant fantasy spee yes yes it is like bet one of the right gunslingers i hear you here to help us in hottest like gang of economic his mother but he's been run out of my out hooker kitties shoe matthew mcconnahey looks like he's still awesome ship from dallas buyers club he's the ijaz heaters walking ijaz walk in through the hull movie lackey doped up we will get the gunslinger we will destroy a world we will take his mother ago were you know i was like met a mode what seems like they were directed not too yeah because because we seek we've seen them all be great actors liz those two yes i mean it's like it's like they they they they cast aegis elbe and matthew mcconaughey and win well now that's out a way yes it has just work out on its all we can hide this noname directly ill build physical where's the scrupulous grid yeah is is really has come like idris elbow method we kind of hey now this do what you do whereas the director he taken the shipyard is at the line i need to listen you read the fall through it worked on in need and will need him right now whoever you on the jet at about a under the watch of also the dp yanga ramathesele the hook but this is it's got a lot of special effects is got a lot of it's got some good set pieces in near some some yes i'm better action than our thought.