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OnePlus 9 Pro Phone Review

All About Android

07:36 min | Last month

OnePlus 9 Pro Phone Review

"So there was some big Hardware news today. Maybe you heard of it. If you're fans of one plus then you probably saw that the company held a livestream this morning and then shortly after the embargoes lifted and reviews were aplenty the oneplus nine and the oneplus nine pro wrong article okay. Plus nine won't buzz nine pro on house this morning. That's does because i didn't put an article in there burks. Donald the worry about him Were announced this morning. You don't need to put an article in there. Because i have them there they are. That's right this right. Here is one plus nine in. I think they call it a matte. Black does a color. Although it's not very mad i was gonna ask. Does it have did you. Keep the protector on there. Because it looks real shiny to me is look mad at all. No it's not matt actually. It's very very shiny in fact both of these are very very shiny. So that's the nine and then a slightly larger nine pro like super glass. You know what i mean. It's like error basically But it's got a got a little kind of like haziness up the top that gets to completely cleared out the bottom but You know. I colors What's the other one is like a do. They call it an arctic green or something like that. I can't remember the name of the third color but it's kind of more similar to here. Hold on. I think i have a more similar to the oneplus. Eight pro this. I would call matt right like this is kind of like a hazy sort of not glassy reflective thing but just really disappointed by. I'm sorry i. I don't mean to be hard to please but i'm disappointed by the black and silver of it all like what is this is like some sort of ball where i'm like put on a fancy gown only wear like black or silver. Are i mean you still. You still have your color options. Vic the oneplus maper wave like whereas the vapor way. Where's the beautiful -til back sometimes. Save these things for later. You know how oneplus roles they come out with their colors in there and then a little bit later they come out with their special edition. Vapor waves now. They did last year. I'm just saying sometimes they do Bites What you will notice with the oneplus nine nine pro. If you look hard enough. And i don't know that i've got this on auto focus so i'm just gonna keep right here but Basically this little branding in the camera bump which says hostile blog. I saying that right And so basically oneplus has a has a partnership with hossa blonde. The camera company. That is a highly respected. Although we should definitely point out the fact that hasselblad was also the big camera partnership that motorola had for a moto. Maude that did not actually take very good pictures. So the question was once we started hearing kind of the news about oneplus and blah. Having a partnership. Is this a branding play. Or is the cameras hardware actually amazing here which is definitely the focus. That really seems to be the focus. This time around the oneplus eight year. You may remember at least eight pro. it it did well improving upping oneplus game when it came to the camera and it looks like with the nine. They're looking to do the same thing here. I've had these phones For about a week and a half now although. I've only really used the nine pro with any regularity. I haven't like lived with the oneplus nine Camera hardware is very similar between the two. But i've i've leaned into the camera on the nine pro. I'm actually doing a comparison for hands on tack. That will go live tomorrow between shots on the eight pro and shots on the nine pro to kinda show. You did one. Plus actually upgrade here But know feel free and show some shots. Hokey stay on this one for a second because this one kind of bothers me. This is the main rear facing camera. I don't know that anyone else would notice this. Because you don't know my daughter and my wife the way i do but their heads look stretched totally noticed that actually. It looks like your daughter's flat look like cardboard out to that. This was done with main camera. This was not the winding lens. I'm used to seeing that kind of tearing that smearing on wide angle shots. But not the main and i realized what it is because this was like within. The first couple of days of having the camera was like okay. What is that if all of my main shots are going to do. This is going to bug the heck out of me and realize what it is the main lens does not have optical image stabilization. And so if you are even moving your hand the slightest when you take these shots you end up with really Erotic images and that. I see that as a big bummer. Because it actually did kind of rear. Its ugly head to me multiple times. Where i thought i was still but it wasn't quite still enough then. I looked at the shot later. I was like okay. That's just a little too blurry for my liking. The actually end up getting better shots out of the uae than you do with the main But yeah i mean. I mean considering that it's a wide right so you get that wide effect but the i just enjoy the shots from the live more than i do the main and a lot of the shots that i took those very dark outsize store. That's that's frustrating. It out the person who uses that you know it's going to distort the images. They take that they want us to. I'm sorry usa. The angle has the optical image civilization. Yeah yeah the wide has optical image stabilization to my understanding. The main does not at main absolutely does not and yeah so i got arenas on on really yellow. Yeah maybe maybe fact. Check that for me. While i walk through a few these eligible here but yeah i know for a fact. The main does not. I'm pretty pretty confident. The why does. But i could be wrong That shot that you were just looking at that. Was low light. Low light in the back yard near dr not quite dark and it was fine like lobe light performance on some of my shots were were fine. Nothing like screaming amazing. You know what i mean. you know again low light. I don't know. I feel like that could be better right by. I don't know This those two shots are interesting because one is the rear. This is the front facing and it shows you the differences in color balanced detection between the two cameras There's just i don't know like a time and time again as i'm kind of going through and taking pictures and comparing and everything it's like the images like i'm really curious to compare between the eight pro and the nine pro because i haven't actually done the side by sides yet for tomorrow's review. I'm doing that After the show actually. But i'm really interested to compare. Because like i'm kind of guessing guessing without comparing at this point that images are relatively similar between the two and if so then what is the hasselblad partnership actually mean

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Rush Limbaugh, conservative radio titan, dies of lung cancer at age 70

The View

03:55 min | 2 months ago

Rush Limbaugh, conservative radio titan, dies of lung cancer at age 70

"One of the most dominant figures in talk radio in an architect of the conservative media movement. Rush limbaugh passed away aged seventy from lung complications lung cancer complications. There's been an outpouring of tributes along with a lot of criticism of his decades of controversial comments. So the question is how will you remember my start with joy. Well i did work. I worked at a radio station in. Nineteen ninety-one ish around that time. Wabc radio and he. I came on at ten. I believe and then he was on at eleven o'clock so i was engaged with him quite a bit in those days over the years. He's called me more bihar. Which i thought was interesting. I guess he was saying that. I was like b arthur in the in the show. Maude who was a raging liberal. I presume that's what he meant. And i consider that a badge of honor to be compared to maud. But it's interesting. I worked with him. I worked i've interviewed ann. Coulter many times Janine pirro has been on the view trump has been on the view. I went to his wedding for marla You know these people have gone through some kind of metamorphosis of of weirdness over the years and i was getting used to come on the show. She was actually fun. Ann coulter is basically. I consider her a comedian. I don't even consider her a pundit and we all know what trump was like before you know he was a democrat. So what's what happened to them. And i answer is money. Money is what happened to them. They have thrown at so much money at them at fox for example and various places that they could not resist the money so they go on the air and they spew their hatred their prejudices their lies as rush limbaugh for the almighty dollar and they fool americans into believing that they are authentic authentic. I know these people. They're not real right. So sonny what do you think his legacy will be. Well i been listening to to everyone. Eulogizing rush limbaugh. And i remember listening to him as a kid growing up and for me. He just normalized Hatred he normalized racism. And you know. I think he really weaponized. White male grievance and you know he sort of hard in these rural white listeners people sitting in their trucks and in the middle of america and in the south and listening to rush limbaugh and this is someone who called our president barack. The magic negro. This is someone who talked about an nfl football game as a gang match between the bloods and crips. This is someone who made fun of michael. J. fox's a parkinson's disease this is someone who likened a thirteen year old chelsea clinton to a dog. You know this wasn't someone who Was a nice person. This is someone that spewed racism and hatred yet. He is now considered. I guess the most influence the an influential person and building the modern republican party and conservatism. A to me. That's not something to be proud of. I mean how is that. A reflection of conservative values i thought conservatism was about small government and family values and if family values is making fun of black people and a child and a disease. I don't know where the the republican party is. I think his legacy is that he paved the way again for the modern republican party and trump is

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"maude" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:24 min | 6 months ago

"maude" Discussed on Pantheon

"Choice. Believe they knew the words. I cannot believe that like the what is surreal moment. Think about too. Because how many times have you been on that side of it where you're singing back at the performer. And you're now in that seat and you're just like You gotta be kidding me. Oh true so true. And it's just like wow like you know the lake michio like we all like the song like of course like that's crazy. I like the song stu like. It's so it's so fun. Yeah but i. I wanna be in the now. I've put out so much new music. Since so i was going to perform at south by southwest obviously canceled And i put out so much new music since those shows and i wanna perform them live show by it would be so fun especially block your number like Like oh my gosh. Imagine washington saw. My shows are much pit is it totally is yeah i get those fourteen year olds maget an ideal but i so yeah. It's been really fun. I mean i. I missed that for sure. I can't wait to be sweaty body. Groom of and dancing out of rats to like to these new songs for sure. There's so much fun. That's such a common thread that i'm getting as i've been interviewing people. The last couple of months of i'm in right music throughout this. And i am so ready to go. Give it back to the fans and it's going to happen there were i know. I'm ready as a listener. I i used to go to shows like three or four times a week. And i'm ready. I'm over in the uk right now. And i just haven't been able to see any live music and it's such a shame to me. Yeah okay. we're gonna get these three questions that i'd like to ask people two of them. I ask everyone one of them's unique to you. If you had to listen to one band or artist the rest of your life..

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"maude" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

01:59 min | 6 months ago

"maude" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"I don't know but they seem to be one of the yeah so but they definitely have i mean. I have kept a journal since first grade. I am a religious journal. Or i have written down every single. Thought i've ever had pretty amazing. Everything is discovered that until i was twenty years old while i think it's hard to start late in life ed but i'm glad you did. That's great for sure i- So i really rely on that. And i've always just i've i've always written in journals and i think the song rights evolution of that. I totally love writing. One of the ways i write. Lyrics is kind of writing poetry. I like just bam. I called stamp poetry just like kind of stream of consciousness Lines after lines. And then i can go. I go back and i Find my favorite lines or some lines. Stick with me for months and then like song gets forced out But it definitely comes from non musical writing. I i would say for sure. I love collecting sentences. And so it's definitely i when i'm writing a song. I'm pulling from like a bank Often pulling from bank of sentences for sure and then go back into that and just kinda start picking and choosing like if you run into a dry spell you like. I'm gonna go grab the sentence from fifth grade. And i'm gonna just mix that with something. I wrote sophomore year. That would kind of that kind of thing kind of turn into an interesting. I know that i've read about bands. I think it was the rolling stones or something like that that wrote a song just based on newspaper articles. Just grab one sentence out of a bunch of different newspaper articles and made a song out of it. Don't quote me on that. But i heard something about that somewhere sometime after sizes like that other any specific songs that you can think of that..

"maude" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

12:11 min | 6 months ago

"maude" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"I hope to give them a similar experience. I super i think it's a healthy thing to do to move around. And i really love to exposure to all these different cultures and things. I just can't imagine at that age. Yeah for sure. I mean hong kong definitely what was a home and it's such a cool community. It's such a beautiful city. I mean now. Things are definitely difficult but in hong kong. But yeah it's it's such a cool city. And i'm so glad that i got call it home and it still feels like sure. Yeah i got to go a few years ago and it's it's just own. Unique thing is hong kong. It was it was a little. I mean i love i just love going around and try and all sorts of different foods and there is the language barrier in a place like that makes it so that i have no idea what i'm eating your food. Oh my goodness yeah. It really is so curious how you think that sort of childhood is affected you musically. Yeah i i. I i think it just made me join. I knew my passions. I knew i liked music when i was a kid and So but i think it was that extra push. Every time we move that i would like join the choir join and find the music people and they became my friends. It was just my automatic home kind of in every in every place and so i think it just solidified that that that was an interest of mine but maybe i mean i think i am not a person with a lot of years. I'm sure helped me get the courage to share music and not be afraid of being on stage or be invulnerable endings like that so definitely over share like i'm sure it has helped the philosophy of the music which i feel like is this taught lake walls down no small talk like showing your true essence of your person and like being liberated like that so i i do think so. Yeah i guess it has. There is something to that right. Because i think a lot of people in their writing lyrics or the performing lyrics their reserved because they don't want to fully expose themselves and one of the first things. I think anyone that would listen. To one of your songs would notice like this is just raw. it's not reserved version. I agree and i think that that's huge. Especially at at your age just having a sign of emotional maturity. So that's i think it's just fantastic that you're already there and i don't know i'm i'm i'm very interested to see this where you go as a songwriter. I'm because you already have so much going on in terms of using visualizations bring people's senses into the things that you're describing and whatnot and so it's very. I'm i'm excited to see that adventure and i'm excited that through this. I got to like get introduced to music like yours. Because i don't think otherwise i would ever discover it. When did you start to learn and play your own music like instruments and whatnot. Yeah i mean. I grew up playing violin. That was my first exposure. Yeah my mother made me play. She also plays violin. And so i did this This type of via learning called suzuki and it's a suzuki's like a famous japanese violent teacher. and it was really your training heavy like it was more. It didn't really encourage you to like learn to read music which now like Shoot comedic but which did better but But it was so emphasized on On ear training on hearing a song and enlist and being able to play it and like learn music just by listening to it over and over. And so i think that totally shaped my Year for music might like like the hearing inter not even just intervals like theory and stuff. But i just like made me zoom in on on that sense for me and Yacht super influential for sure. So i guess that's not a new york violated. I believe island till for ten years but a few years into it. I started begging we. I'd go to this music school. And then i i would walk past the people taking senior lessons. I wanna be learning. Yeah and so in a Performed at the talent show in the second grade and so that was gone. Where i started. I was in choirs for a long time for. That was my favorite thing. Church choirs ends. When i moved to hong kong traveling throughout asia. That was so fun. Met new people through music. All the time and then i moved back to new york for high school and i was in awe capella group. Best friend all my leg. All we would do yeah. It was very much like pitch perfect vibes all we would do was Harmonize on the weekends. Make covers every week again. Like earth that was are we would sing on the subways and bus and put out like a cup and Yeah my whole friend was musical. And that's all we did for sharks. That also didn't answer your question. Yes so basically gadsden tenth grade i. I'm self taught on guitar in piano. And that's when i started writing songs. I use those two instruments to write most songs her. Yeah okay by. That'd be a really interesting way to go but maybe you can accompany yourself someday right. Could it be interesting. Yeah i'll think about so. I'm i'm wondering now. I want to kind of dive into the lyrical side of things because we are a podcast about songs. And so there's a lyric in your song star sick that i wanna ask you about and you say i get a little star sick when i talk about love because i don't know a thing about how. Ev positition kind of goes back to what i was saying before because first of all is great self awareness and courage to admit but i'm wondering what was going on to make you realize at the time that you didn't know much about love changed. Has it changed actually. My now ex boyfriend used that line all the time. Every time we'd get in my head feel like you don't funny you bring that up. Yeah i star sick. I that was like the first song. That kind of kicked off this new era of muse of all the music. It was the first of all the songs that i have out right. Now that i wrote and i finally made that song in the production was just so i felt like i had finally unlocked the sound that i was looking for it. So sent me on a path That line okay. So let's see star. Sick is a word that i'm made up while i was at joshua tree and i was sitting lying on the roof of a car with my friend and were like staring at this guy like infinite stars in the love it. It's called star sick. That's that's what i'm looking for. And i feel like that word for me means like just being drunk on the like vassilis of the universe drunk on black holes and your smallness in like that feeling and And it's a perfect word. Jimmy for that and so again i guess i you got a little. Yeah so that line. You can bring down a cappella anytime you want into this yet. So dishonest written for my best friend's birthday. That's why i go happy birthday in the second verse And i guess she. And i are like very close and i am. I think that line is kind of about that. It's like it's a confusing love and friendship. And like what do you do if you feel like you can marry your best friend like every person i've dated like why i don't know i it. Why not just use your best friend. If that's the person you keep coming back to. And so. I think it is about being confused about love in that regard like i i am still like. We don't know go jaded it's weird. It's funny to take the definition that you have for your wordstar. Sick has nothing to do with love unless you were just absolutely falling in love with the smallness that we all when we think about things like the universe and then you turn like. I'm thinking about the stars in the sky and the galaxy and then turned into a love song. But i think it works. It works really well so good for you. How would you describe your I think defining thing about it is the cappella harmony vocals. Stacks on everything like. It's a beach. Boys queen influence And also like just my acapella group influence like discovering a harmony was the first thing that like made my. I made my hair stand up on my arms. Like i so i definitely try to make. I want him have acquire in every song. And i feel. I feel like i'm also moving towards that place of just of knowing that acapella vocal harmonies tax is like the signature. Sound to me to be the composer of that you have that ability and do you like to try and put those together. Like i'm gonna go see you're gonna go f- and we're gonna meet here her shirt that's definitely The yeah i would say. That's that's my. That's my skill. Set for sure that i i always just make like choir parts. I did that through. All of quarantine made tons of choirs. I love doing that. That's arranging vocals like that. It's like my favorite thing. That's the only thing i like. Yeah i sure. Do you do any writing outside of lyrics. And i'm asking this because i touched on this before. But you're writing is just very rich. And he's like visualizations these textures. And i think use a lot of metaphors. From what i'm hearing and i wonder if this is intentional and thought out or if it's just more of a natural thing for you interesting yeah i I have written me both. My parents are writers. And i have not in the same realm though. And let's do unless they do right. Artistically.

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"maude" Discussed on Celluloid Junkies Film Podcast

Celluloid Junkies Film Podcast

04:09 min | 11 months ago

"maude" Discussed on Celluloid Junkies Film Podcast

"My God. Ah, so the next film she had released into cinema, was the big boss in Nineteen, seventy six, which was a fast just lampooning disaster films in which Saint Producer Charles beam over. He'll make a cameo in heroin more. not entirely sure on gonNA guess the scene. Maybe he's one of the people playing an instrument when the band will stay on the street. No, he sells the heads to Harold in outdoor car records sing. And Hal Ashby. How Ashby scene is where they're. At the carnival playing that gun game, and he standing between them, you know who I thought that was. Donald Sutherland really. Looked so much like Donald Sutherland in a weakened fake facial hair, yeah! Hey yes. Yeah. He's a major hippie. The parade that walks pasta funeral. That was how Ashby Hell Ashby decision because it happened him at his father's funeral, they all solemnly walked out of this church, and there was this marching band walking past, and he just thought it was really funny, so he put it in the movie. Okay so final thoughts I I NEU- that Harold and Maude has is a flawed film. I think it was made by very young people. It's very oh day Shis. There may be some scenes that go a little too far or too absurd, but some movies are so. Touching that their flaws are outshone by how tenderly they reflect this object. Even though intellectually I know it's probably not a five-star movie. It would just be disingenuous of me to go any lawless. Oh, that's my rating. Five stars. Yeah, look I I. See where you're coming from an annuity. We're GONNA give it five stars because it is a film that very closely to you. I'm giving it four and a half. Obviously I love and more I. Don't connect with it quite as much as you do. And I do connect with the graduate more and I just think me personally the graduate. Graduate is a better example of these themes in this time, or at least an example that kind of speaks to me. A little bit closer to my sensibilities are well undying tonight. What next film is so? Why don't you sign US off again? Well, thank you everybody for joining us again. For these latest episode of celluloid Junkies, we'll be back soon very soon. With a deep dive into one of the most horrific true stories ever committed to fill. Toby nineteen, seventy, four, classic, the Texas chainsaw massacre. ooh! That is very exciting. So we're going to be doing a second, toby movie, I know who would have thought that of all of the directors. We profiled on this podcast. Toby Hookah would get to. You take that. You just wanted to rewatch. I've just had a gaining. A Hora and to be honest the two finalists to. The Texas chainsaw massacre and was craven's the hills. Have Eyes interesting I'll I'm glad you? Texas are decided takes his chainsaw massacre just because it is more on conic and I, think you would. Probably in the hills have eyes. She would talk a little about Texas chainsaw massacre. Anyway I would rather have. If we ever get around to have odds showed have already done it episode on Texas chainsaw already. We'll check you then. See next month. Bring. Off to the man. For the, Sun. All the woman who made their. Own, Way, wild..

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"maude" Discussed on The Auideo Show

The Auideo Show

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"maude" Discussed on The Auideo Show

"And how of eight stops love until Carson love into your star saying despite all the space oh enclose through all we know baby we could never be number memory. Remember how blueprint's house saved the Gnome thinking Petya Syon Hallway. Boys doing this life who come places. We go slow. Hey everybody tuning in Idaho. Radio this is Kevin. That's call. Hi Good Cool Cool. Cool thanks for Listening to the show this morning. If you missed it gets you to get on your way home from work. Long commutes Belgrade's we know that's along the whole ten minutes. We'll see you guys tomorrow..

"maude" Discussed on The Auideo Show

The Auideo Show

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"maude" Discussed on The Auideo Show

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"maude" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"maude" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"Stop Asthma Richard. Pryor and Ruth Gordon Together onscreen would have been the ship. It would've but again that's such a strange choice of all the things that we wanna know more about modes life. You don't know about how she know all her all her resistance and all right you know battling the man and all that what. What is it what does that I write it down somewhere? Fighting for Liberty Rights and justice. I WanNa know what about that. You know what's one of the most heartbreakingly beautiful lines in the movie. There's a line. She says how the world still dearly loves a cage. God that's a fucking amazing easing line. That's Colin Higgins. I mean he was so so fascinating and would have had an incredible career as a writer and probably as director because of his versatility. Silver streak nine to five Harold and Maude Assamese written by the same person. That's really bizarre and amazing. So all of these components how Ashby and you know the two performers performers and they amazing script. This all makes you feel like it doesn't have to necessarily hold together as this pefect film. Yeah but in a way it's like of course not but it's more of a you can love to think it's a it's a thing it's a thing a philosophical statement is but it's like grease. It's like it doesn't matter I mean I. It doesn't matter whether Greece is good or bad. It's the way or well acted or well considered it doesn't even matter. It's a iconic four hundred hundred two hundred years from now. People will still be watching Greece and seeing those songs right. One hundred. Two Hundred Years From now herald is still going to have a cultural cachet. It's still gonNA means something say original statement that stands the test of time but that doesn't mean we can't Hobo. You slow drawing holes in the balloon just essay places where it might have been better. I'm in agreement. Centrally about five The Publicity Department had some interesting promotional ideas for the release. They considered sending motorcycles with sidecars with an old lady in the sidecar driven by a young man to to create publicity and the motorcycles would carry a just married sign and play information about the the the show the idea was dropped. Additionally it was contemplated avoided that we could have Ruth Gordon plant a tree in a central location for an ecology tire. That's the kind of idea you would come up with marketing. Except no she wouldn't. She would be liberated. Yeah well maybe planting the trees she liberty. I love that Sony Scenes Sammy for great scene with scare it. Licensed lady when I don't believe even driving maybe forty five minutes. Wouldn't you say how we were hoping to stop. But you see it's rather hard had to find a truck truck only took yes. Well it's not really but we would like to get it into so as soon as possible. Get Straight eight ladies. Nice chatting.

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"maude" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"maude" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"Filled in jumble. Pain show is insane taking a ride on chasm mixed train switch who's an epic soul allowed of them sitting amongst a little pocket of open flowers and then they're in a graveyard as you pull out the graveyard. Just takes on epic proportion in all the gravestones are the same. And then they're all white and the song is. Where do the children play hard not to look at that as a direct commentary commentary on the Vietnam War that was going on at the time? That's such a beautiful beautiful secret. That's great that's great scene between the two of them man. Ruth Gordon is just so funny. I love her skipping out of the cemetery when they see each other at the first funeral and she's got her yellow umbrella just brings joy and I. I don't know what it is. She's such A. There's no one like her and I think that's part of her thing. Is that when you have her. You're getting Ruth Gordon. You sound like record never. Did you know the Society Grand Dam pulled it off. She probably could never really is her film. And it's more it's more. It's more the kind of cat named mood. I Harold World. Did you know that Judd appetite named his daughter result of this. But I named my cat I now. Here's another critical. Take that I would like to get your take on Do you think that in the end. The death of Maud betrays the life-affirming message that the film has was put forth to that point. No no no. I think if Harold spoiler alert for nineteen seventy-one Harold and Maude. If you haven't seen I haven't seen any dies is she doesn't just die. which would be one choice? Right I of suddenness would be one thing but she takes her own life yes she takes. You don't all signed that odds with her message of carpet dean. I WANNA live. You know. She doesn't want to live beyond eighty their eightieth birthday. Wonderful incredible life. And the you know this meaningful life of resistance and experience and she has this beautiful eightieth birthday celebration with Harold and then she destroys his world world by telling him that she has taken. What does she take pills? She sales I took the pills an hour ago. I'm here saying it's a selfish choice. Yes search and this is what makes the ultimate boomer. I haven't heard that assessment of her character even I. She's not but look if he'd driven his car off the cliff. which when I'm sitting in the dock in Leeds one thousand nine hundred five and I you think Oh my God? He's driving off the cliff. If they both died I would have been disallowed exactly and been good right. It wouldn't have been that was actually an ending saying that they contemplated no and I'm so glad that's not the ending and so then when it pulls back to reveal that he's standing on the hillside playing the Banjo yes and skipping off skipping happily or as much skipping can do but yeah. I don't know that that's the life affirming message at the end of it right that it is. Yeah but I just find it. I do find it a little a little jarring I get it like theatrically I get it sort of twists wise. I get that having a twist is a thing to do. But for for a life-affirming movie where these two oddballs have found each other. But it's a film about death film about life. He's I mean ultimately it's both automates a film about life because he remains C.. Reminds she dies. It's any and he and she helps him to get beyond his fascination his death by dying dying by dying we showing him perhaps that she cashed of death the reality of death in a manner. That's yeah but also that you can have lived this remarkably rich life and death doesn't have to be. It's not the end of her not the end of mode. I mean it is the end from what she's dying stat for Poor Heraldo here he is. He's had a closed heart a closed mine. He's finally open. He finally trusts and give gives himself over to love. And guess what you know what. I'm never fucking doing that again. Because the last time I made myself vulnerable. Look what the hell happened. She went in the fucking killed herself but we can imagine what would happen in heralded motoo. Maybe he would go home and be nice to his mom. This is why I think if you if you look at his performance in heat as the cameo he's this embittered uh-huh asshole. I've always thought that that is Michael. Man's version of Harold. Since he was destroyed by the death of Maude he sort of went onto become this embittered old man. I like that idea. That's yeah that's the sequel. To Make Colin Higgins do two sequels to herald worldview. Yes wasn't enough calling was a really fascinating in wildly talented guy who died much much too young of AIDS at the age of forty seven and nineteen eighty eighty eight. He expressed interest in one thousand nine hundred about a sequel and a prequel. The Sequel Herald story would have court portray heralds life after Maude Higgins. Imagine a prequel equal showing Maude before Harold Grover and Maud it had maude. Learning how to steal cars from Grover Muldoon. The character portrayed. By Richard Pryor Higgins nineteen seventy six film on silver streak as as bad. There's a good radio when you step out of you. You got to step out of the Canes Shit Right You bay put the radio to year. That's going to help you face right. We about it with the rhythm.

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"maude" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"maude" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"Gray Mon doesn't describe it and it shouldn't in some way but there's a spirit visit meaning. There's something so subtle about the core that song which hits that's drink and that's it tells you everything about that to me. Me Is the greatest summation of why this music works so well in this film. It's not literal like what's going on in. The song's lyrics is not literally what's going onscreen. Yeah the there's a aspect of the spirit of Harold and Maude which is uplifted and contained in this this Cat Stevens thing which is such its own thing at its time and now today right and they inseparable from each other the the film and Cat Stevens Music they they coexist in a way. The I can't think of many other examples Japanese Jas of films where the music I mean. Did he wrote two songs specifically for this. Is that right. Yes and then the rest of them the rest of them were supposed to be place holders right and in a similar similar thing thing that happened with the graduation you know he. I think actually that was supposed to sort of do some score as well. I don't think he got to that and just just ended up using most of those so he wrote. Don't be shy and if you want to sing out sing out pretty amazing. Just just knock that out. You need a new song long. Let me just right if you want to sing out. Sing out. Play a little clip of when that's used here in the movie. So Ruth Gordon starts playing on the piano. There's a little magical realism throughout the film in a few spots. This is one of them. She gets up to do a little dance but the piano.

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"maude" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"maude" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"And it pulls back and you see him in his fantastic blazer and his and his tie and I was hooked right from that first first minute I just thought this is the most and of course the pulls back and reveals this is a fake suicide attempt and he is tricking his mazing mother. So Yeah Yeah. That was my first experience of Harold and I did come out changed. I came out of my art house. Cinema leads thinking the world looks really different today and And it's never has been the same since Colin Higgins who famously this was his first screenplay has one of those only in Hollywood stories where he was in film school and he was working working as a pool. Boy Any showed a draft of Harold and Maude which I think at the time he had intended just too short. He showed it to film producer. Louis this who showed it to Robert Evans so at the time was a big paramount. And that's how he that's how this thing went through the mock nations to become a go project as they say in. Hollywood would seem that you refer to the brilliant opening scene was very much what Colin Higgins had in his screenplay. This is one of those movies where someone hasn't seen it for the first first time. You're SORTA jealous. Glad for them because they get to have an experience that you can't really have because when we watch that now you're sort of you're watching it for how it's put together in the meticulousness of showing us this fake suicide which you don't know fake until until after the fact and all the more impressive for Nineteen seventy-one starting starting a movie in such a deadpan. Right kind of like I said black comedy way where you're sort of like Holy Shit. Where are we going? Where is this going? Yeah Yeah I'm not time continues for at least the first twenty five minutes throughout those early you know. Fake suicide attempts on a dog as well. They're very dark. I mean is this is it. Am I correct seeming. This one of the first black comedies. Why would I don't? I don't know if it's one of the first. I'm trying to think of other example. Well I mean I mean. The media touched on in terms of disaffected youth movies and would be the graduate right. which is I believe? Nineteen sixty seven. So it's a number of years before this. That's not as duck. It's it's not as dark but it has a lot of similar rejection of parental values. It doesn't have quite the urine oddball and that's okay. I mean I think one of the things. This movie has always spoken to people about. Is that sense of otherness and not fitting in that ultimately being okay. Let's watch a clip. Let's do that. I was going to see the scene. Where Herald Meets Maude?.

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"maude" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

09:16 min | 1 year ago

"maude" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"Hi Jess Hi Beck really excited to meantime so excited that you're here. Everyone is very excited. That you hear a lot of people who listen and know the podcast told me over the years that you gotTa have back on you and gives some people say you and I should have our own. I know but this is saying the ball high philbin nervous now man when you have a massive listenership like we do we have to keep you feeding the beast. How many listeners do you have at this point? Thousands thousands across the world as well. We do in fact. You're on today really you know I mean for the I love you but I want to feed the there is a British on. I'm sure there is and specifically. I want to target the critical. Would you have a huge listenership incorrectly. North West London and then this episode is going out so all of our fans. I don't know who it will. Your family listened to a podcast. Some people come on the pot and then they say my family doesn't even listen and now my family won't listen. My parents have no idea what put us is or how to access it. They definitely would send them pull cost occasionally and they just say That's very nice and they read. They read the version Russian of the daily instead of listening to. That's great. I love that. Well we're here today to talk about Harold and Maude which was a film that you chose now in season two. I'm trying out different catchphrases catchphrases. Yesterday I had a guest on and I said I'm bringing on people. I love to talk about movies. They love I loved that when he wrote that I thought that was great. I think that's great. Okay have have you got another one. That's better I don't know today I'm trying out beck's full cast and crew. It's me you and the movie. Oh I like that. I don't know that's that's good. No I like people. I love about movies movies. They let's just beautiful and nice way to start the New Year with full of love. Your the first episode of season two. Okay well I'm honored to be here Harold and Maude. You're from from England as we've noted new can't United States in one thousand nine hundred ninety nineteen ninety seven and you were how old then if you don't mind US quiz fourteen not no. I'm joking I I was twenty two okay to think about as a long time ago. So you're twenty two in one thousand nine hundred three so that means that your formative years teenage year from I can't remember your mattis's bad. It's fantastic. I know that I saw them for the first time when I was nineteen and I was at college then so that would make it kind of ninety five. Okay Okay so you started ninety five and like many of us experiencing during saying content from the seventies and the early eighties. You're coming to ten twenty years after the fact but the power of films like this Yup is that it has the power to redefine itself. It's about the philosophy of the movie. Perhaps more so than the movie the movie will get into that. The film was famously. A bomb at the time and then took on this really impressively outsized reputation subsequent. The two. So did you see this. You probably did you see a theater release. I saw in a movie theater and also I have to say just right off the bat the next year how I'm going to be fifty years old. And that really makes me feel hugely eighteen. Seventy one seventy one. But when I think of films from the seventies I always think that they happen so two years ago and I mind that's like thirty years ago not fifty years ago. So that's just I feel like that's pretty huge okay. Did you see it in an art house cinema. Did I actually worked at an art house. How Cinema Queue Really? Yes I did. I worked two years in college. I was university in the north of England in Leeds in Yorkshire and I ran the late show at a arthouse cinema in Leeds for two years ago. I love mazing. What was the late show? What time it was as midnight was appropriate midnight hours? I worked well when I did that on Saturdays. I go in at ten and then I left a three bloody hell is pal. Everybody's tyree very London go home. John cleaned up some of the sick. That was one of the. It's true. Tell me some of the after our the well. It was usually the same films it was usually with ally all the exercise. Okay so you had one film. That was programmed for months. It's and then occasionally he would change it up the guy who ran it with changing with nil night of the exorcist. I mean I know so. The exit was particularly the one where I smoke in the theater. You know any kids you smoke in the in the balcony but it still remains because it was bill in over one hundred years ago it remains the only movie theater in Britain Lit By gas lamps still. My job was to light the guys come out still to this day. Still I checked just to be show. I had when I arrived I had to light the gas lamps in a Dickensian mounted with a special kind of up in the alchemy. Just waiting to burn down the whole placement people smoked people smoked. I showed up for sale like a Saturday night fever Redo I would have like soot on my. Yeah exactly just covered all the stuff that came with that stick. It was amazing. So what was your. What was your role? What was your job? You the manager manager you. Yeah I took my role was to light. The aforementioned gas lamp kills exactly the gas slams. Sell the tickets. Which essentially meant all my mates in free who all kind of hit around McLaren? Jump the line and serve popcorn. Wow that's basically what I did and then and then clean up the sick after the exile seriously I know is bad because people really drawn because I students they were very drunk. Okay I understand understand that for maybe with Neil and I but not for the exercise. I was scared I think really fresh pies. So that's where he I saw Harold and Mon yes and I never heard of it. What were you into at this time? What did you look like you Goff Stonier Jock Doc? Pretty much yeah shoe gazer. That's that's a British term. Isn't it a few days. I mean that that's like someone who's into that really like slow slow dirge Lake Sad music shoe gaze. That's a that's a British musical indy. No no like machine to me that type of as they like. What kind of trip hop like pool table? You don't know this. I'M GONNA have to musicologist this. I've maybe I was just deny. Denying it on my shoe gaze. Okay so you know how like they have northern soul and showcasing in initially known as dream pop is a sub genre of indie alternative rock that immersion the United Kingdom in the late nineteen eighty S. Well obviously I was just saying. I'm from the balcony keeping up. This is that by it's a theory astounding mixture of obscured vocals guitar distortion and Effects Feedback overwhelming for example who give me examples. I actually have it wrong when I cited the example that I cited the my bloody Valentine glazed never heard of that list of shoe gazing musicians. My lush okay. Okay Bardo Pond. No nineteen verve really so it went on this wicket went from my bloody valentine driver her. Okay well now. I don't think I was a shoe gate I ernest. I know that this was the perfect film for me. I was already Z.. Wearing the sources in earnest gnarly. darkly I'm thinking of like what I was into an how I dressed right and so you you know this gives us a visual virus. I was probably wearing much more. I'm wearing in honor of the film today today. We can do fashion fashioned. I'm wearing some florals. I've got a floral number on like a floral print dress so kind of like a grungy dress would have been wearing with some doc Martin. I'm not wearing the lace up high top DOC martens or the regular shoe no the lace up and they were straight black doc martens. They were both ready. Yeah got those and some sort of Cardigan I was definitely wearing today and today. I've actually matched the Cardigan with some. Leg warmers Thomas. I'm wearing like women's to in honor of mode because I think she would have formed like we'll do you remember who you saw this movie with when you saw the I saw this movie on my own. Okay now Online there are. I think there are certain types of movies where that experience is paramount for me. It was seeing Brazil York Square cinema in new haven by myself. Yeah Yeah so immersed in the movie and then walking out into the world again and seeing it with totally new is because of the movie you have that type of lately and you know I was really into going to the cinema and I've been doing it for through the end of Highschool in London and it was an experienced I loved and yeah I saw some way own at midnight so I could just just sit back and enjoy it and I will never forget the the opening credits and Harold First onscreen suicide attempt and he drops the needle on. Don't be shy Stevens.

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Moby Psi OTG. The First Off-The-Grid, Standalone Retail Pod

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

08:13 min | 2 years ago

Moby Psi OTG. The First Off-The-Grid, Standalone Retail Pod

"Now. I think it's a great concept. I wanted to find out more about it so book and hold on tight. So I can be meal is all the way to Stockholm in Sweden. So we can speak weighed Hannah mazzetti, we're gonna live all about mobile Mont. So messy warm. Welcome to the show. Who can you tell the listeners a little about who you are? And what you do. Yeah. Thank you. So I'm Hannah study and. Swede who is working on stuff this store system. And we actually started something called Moby March two years back and the first stuff less and mobile store that is well it's on the market right now testing, an did I hear about Moby mall back in twenty seventeen and actually wrote an Culliver eagle is on the next web. And I remember it just reminded me of something in the foam Bladerunner, and you recently any recently released the first off the grid standalone stuff Frey retail, Paul that can be powered by solar panels. So we'll add video to the blog post companies these happy so do so at one listening can visualize exactly what to expect for Moby more. But can you just off a bit of an overview of exactly what it is the kind of problems that you're solving. Yes. Sure. So first of all, it's you can think of it like any other store is just that it stopped less, and it can be put everywhere. So. It doesn't have to be connected to the grid can be anywhere in the countryside. And we can even make it mobile, which means actually that we will solve a few issues. One of them is something that is known about amongst retailers like as the last mile issue like. It. It's not really efficient cost efficient to drive like one mile extra just deliver cheap goods, like a packet of milk. And we would solve that since our store can drive out to the countryside stand there for a whole day, and it will be the both the logistic systems and the storage place at the same time. And can also deliver goods testing off go to west though. I mean, what's the story behind Moby more? I'd look to know more about the the inspiration behind it. And how you got where you all today. Yeah. Okay. So it's a long story. But let's say that it started with both me and Tomas who's my co-founder. We actually grew up in the county side in Sweden, which you can imagine. It's a, you know, it's hard to any store, and you know, where I grew up the natives store closed down in nineteen eighty six. So if my family wanted to buy a liter of milk we needed to get into the car and drive for an hour, but even apart from the convenience of village stores so much more than a store. It's you know, it's a place where you meet your neighbors and about the news. So you could compare it to the watering holes and the dawn of humanity. You know, they are really really important like by bringing the corner store, just mall, villages, and suburbs. We bring more than convenience. We're being a place for people to meet and we bring life, and that is a vision not your speech today from a coffee shop. Shop in Stockholm, and we're gonna have people listening to our conversation all over the world. So can you share with me some of the cities where listeners of actually seen a Moby more or where they could be one coming soon? Yeah. Well, at the moment, we have five stores original Shanghai. And that is the only city that we're in at this moment. I consciously say where we'll be soon, but I can't can't say like we are in negotiations with some bigger clients. And we hope to come to Europe soon going to ask how did you go from Sweden to China? Is there anything about that relationship? You could tell me about. Yeah. We actually had something called Willis cafe a few years back which you talked about before I think, yes. And well with realize we had a really awesome team in Shanghai and had her production and Shanghai. And so on so that was just sort of a natural step since Moby Martin was originally a subsidiary of wheelies from a business point of view, if somebody all about it and decides to invest in their very own Moby Maude, he told me through the process of how they could order one for their money. And also what kind of support they would get moving forward. Okay. Yeah. Well, first of all you just order it with us. It costs twenty five thousand dollars, the Moby PSI, and basically can the flat pack or ship as it is. And you get with the whole system and the app, and once you get it, you just stuck it up you enter the the products into the into the and start selling. So it's like everything is dumb. The cloud system. It's pretty straightforward actually from the customer's point if you was to retail experience like respectful and listening. What what should they expect? If they were to go in how they would enter the the the mart and how they would purchase things. Okay. So it's imagine it's eleven pm, and you're at home, and you suddenly and desperately need a leader or milk for your white Russian. Glad you added white Russia today. I want milk eleven o'clock at night. And now, it all makes sense. A couple of times. Okay. So you open the app, and then you find the closest movie using the map and you find one fifty yards away you put on your coat and her out. And when you get there you unlock it by opening the app and sliding the phone over the door. You take your milk and cereals, maybe and then you scan them, and then you sit and it's that easy somewhere in cyberspace, your Preregister at cardis automatically charged with a cost and ten minutes later said a front of the fireplace with your what Russian one leader Quechua rhetorician.

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Supreme Court rejects Trump administration's asylum ban

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Supreme Court rejects Trump administration's asylum ban

"Yellowstone National Park area grizzly bears, Montana, publicradio snick Maude reports a judge's ruling blocked, but would have been the first grisly. Hudson decades, notice to appeal doesn't actually take the case to the ninth circuit. But it does by the government time to decide whether to formally challenge. The ruling the states of Wyoming and Idaho, along with four pro-hunting groups have also filed appeals attorney Andrea Senator Sierra of the center for biological diversity says a formal challenge by the administration would mean more resources spent on litigation less on recovery. Yellowstone beloved reservoirs deserve more than that. And we're prepared to fight vigorously to defend the court's determination. That grizzly bears. So meet federal protection fish and wildlife directed questions to the Justice department, which declined to comment for NPR news. I'm Nick Ma in Missoula, and you're listening to NPR news. Supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg is recovering at Memorial Sloan Kettering hospital in New York City after surgery Friday morning for lung cancer. This Ginsberg's third bout with cancer in twenty years and she's eighty five, but as NPR's Nina totenberg reports doctors say the prospects for full recovery or good barring serious complications Ginsburg is once again, proving what a fighter she is on Friday just hours after surgery, she cast a decisive refusing to allow the Trump administration to implement its new rules prohibiting people from seeking asylum. If they crossed the border illegally the five to four decision was a setback for the administration which cannot carry out its policy without first persuading lower court judges now by evening Ginsberg was sitting in a chair and calling friends who said she sounded strong and pretty Chipper barring any serious complications Ginsburg is expected to remain in the hospital for two to four days and then to resume a light schedule of work at. At home, Nina, totenberg, NPR news, Washington. London's Gatwick airport says it plans to run a full schedule of flights today. Gatwick is UK second largest airport had had to close the runway several times this week because of drones that started flying in the area. Police have made two arrests as part of their ongoing investigation into the criminal use of drones. A self driving car startup has one permission to start offering rides to passengers in California. State regulators branded the startup known as oops the first permit under a pilot program, the company cannot charge for the service. So in a backup driver must be in the car to take over if necessary. I'm Joel Snyder NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the NPR wine club where NPR shows become lines like weekend edition cabernet and every bottle tells the story available to adults twenty one years or older at NPR wine club dot org slash weekend. This weekend edition from NPR news. I'm Scott Simon.

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White House's John Kelly says report he called Trump an "idiot" is "total BS"

The Mark Arum Show

01:50 min | 3 years ago

White House's John Kelly says report he called Trump an "idiot" is "total BS"

"And dependable forecast is coming up a former fulton county sheriff's deputy is going to jail for six months after pleading guilty today prosecutors say forty two year old mckee dorsey groped two different women on two different occasions at the fulton county courthouse the family of johns creek woman shot and killed by police demanding answers about what led to that shooting the gbi is also launched an investigation police say they got a call about a mentally ill woman with a knife who threatened family members they encountered are on the road and ultimately to officers shot her edward maude mitchell is director of the georgia tapped or of the council on american islamic relations now representing the family of thirtysixyearold shuki so he'd who suffered from bipolar disorder they called for help and their hope was that she would receive hello white house chief of staff denying claims reported by nbc that he called president trump in idiot the president's chief of staff says reports that he called mr trump an idiot is quote total bs kelly issuing a statement saying he spends more time with the president than anyone and that they have an incredibly candid and strong relationship general kelly writes that quote it's another pathetic attempt to smear people close to president trump and distract from his successes abc's andy field president trump facing a self imposed midnight deadline to decide whether to permanently exempt the european union and five separate countries from tariffs that his administration has imposed on imported steel and aluminum if the eu loses its exemption it's threatened to retaliate with its own tariffs on us goods imported to europe wsb news time eight oh three the rest of the work week kirk mellish's fiveday forecast first thing tomorrow atlanta's morning news and with beautiful weather the sunshine slowdowns out early you need to leave to get to work on time on wsb the wsb radio app time for dave bakers owed displaying.

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"maude" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"maude" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"I wish again remembers they said the character maude was man be active and not the woman nakara to character was my poll yeah we dealt with that com yeah i know you do their did you tour gossamer does i mean thank you because i was really while the is ball done with hard to do it was rare it was very hard to do that your heart to do i you had an easy time of it well you know i didn't make it easy for anyone also a just britain that's what by poor people the reason bring everyone around and that runs like what's going on and then you know just thought this was a party two hundred houses it's crazy until you tell you turn lights back on them it's like it's a party again god can't stand it's got to be one thing or the other guy like it both ways however mistake you have like getting liking it both ways you are bisexual yes so tom cruise's married to nicole kidman when they were married they bumped in to michael little bit of preference in one direction or the other yeah i know you're asking most naive stupid frigate ashley these are kind of the best questions of has has actually actually been wanting to talk about this for awhile i wanted to talk about it with new non yes no what so interesting is that like him i i was talking with therapist about this and i think um.

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"maude" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"maude" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"The very sweet world bursary michio lake enough of opportunity are under that we've been barber deficient where she she's done rahbarpour for now she's out with a khorasan bill and i think um so we you and i were talking the other day about the the end of the fim world on netflix yeah i recommended to jeff ramsey because he loves the movie harold maude hun i definitely got a big herald in maude vibe are toasted i think it's really weird i went back and watch the trailer for harold and maude and the trade like the 70s are awful the terrible they're really just terrible did have someone racing at yeah a little bit or sometimes they don't have narrators and the 70s trailers came the jungle how's the either slow house harold drives us yeah and i watch that if i was a book and that i would watch the trailer for of the fucking world and it seemed like a better trailer for harold harold available but it's really good eightpart now flicked series and really for every uplift like eighteen to twenty minutes or something like that based on a graphic novel right yeah yeah and i tweeted about it and so people were like they i watched the first episode a didn't really get into not sure short keep trying and i was like no if you don't like it immediately doc it's it's it is what it is from the beginning and never stops and we were talking about that it's it's i think a lot of times now with media you've got to have some the grabs people right out of the gate just because is especially with this one i can agree with you i'm like three episodes in is that if you don't like it in the first five minutes your good i hate every five in a row it's not for you know everything about like black maher is what they're doing with these netflixing as they get put out all in one go is they make the first episode a really really catchy like punchy wednesay watched that one and you're like hell yet and then the rest of them can be whatever yes i.

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"maude" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"maude" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"The very sweet world bursary michio lake enough of opportunity are under that we've been barber deficient where she she's done rahbarpour for now she's out with a khorasan bill and i think um so we you and i were talking the other day about the the end of the fim world on netflix yeah i recommended to jeff ramsey because he loves the movie harold maude hun i definitely got a big herald in maude vibe are toasted i think it's really weird i went back and watch the trailer for harold and maude and the trade like the 70s are awful the terrible they're really just terrible did have someone racing at yeah a little bit or sometimes they don't have narrators and the 70s trailers came the jungle how's the either slow house harold drives us yeah and i watch that if i was a book and that i would watch the trailer for of the fucking world and it seemed like a better trailer for harold harold available but it's really good eightpart now flicked series and really for every uplift like eighteen to twenty minutes or something like that based on a graphic novel right yeah yeah and i tweeted about it and so people were like they i watched the first episode a didn't really get into not sure short keep trying and i was like no if you don't like it immediately doc it's it's it is what it is from the beginning and never stops and we were talking about that it's it's i think a lot of times now with media you've got to have some the grabs people right out of the gate just because is especially with this one i can agree with you i'm like three episodes in is that if you don't like it in the first five minutes your good i hate every five in a row it's not for you know everything about like black maher is what they're doing with these netflixing as they get put out all in one go is they make the first episode a really really catchy like punchy wednesay watched that one and you're like hell yet and then the rest of them can be whatever yes i.

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"maude" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"maude" Discussed on The Canon

"In that movie what happens if she walks in on her boyfriend cheating on her tour in that makes her be miserable you know like you're paralleling her for a while like the woman who doesn't know what she's harry and she's still living with her boyfriend everything's fine the woman who does know goes through hell can she's depressed and she gets a haircut and she clause her way out of it ito she finds like a truer happiness and i find that idea so beautiful that like sometimes a horrible things that happened to you make you appreciate the choices you can make in life better it's a little bit like maude perhaps yes illinois is not much light i've been working on a restaurant you too much easier then everything else but um murray route one of the beautiful thing about maude in in in that regard is that is that the sympathy like it's in i actually think this is something you see in being there it's something you seen how ashford's movies in general that there's just this deep sympathy for what people are going through no matter how no matter how grand or how petty you know that there's that there's something we'll talk about more going to being there but but modest entirely sympathetic to heralds plight but maude you as mud perhaps more than anyone that is certainly in them that we encounter in the movie knows that do just gotta garoppolo ba has fatherless untold have houses these are not these are not problems that are gone they're going to that are these problems should not survive these next few moments and yet you know she she is aware of it and she embraces it in she acknowledges it and she finds you know as well as on some level be all should she finds in a real sort of.

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"maude" Discussed on WPUL Radio 1590

WPUL Radio 1590

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"maude" Discussed on WPUL Radio 1590

"The look the from the moment maude unique mubarak is big enough eight oh boy let's go girls an do go ahead no he's not three the mm dean some bodies the way to go.

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"maude" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

3D Printing Today

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"maude" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

"You have to fix things and replace things and maude things and he's gone through that with all sorts of parts i he he he does give credit to the fellow who makes the follows struture the gung gunning tim ilmor he says he's very responsive to customers if he can't if you contact him through their website this all the form solid form salef form side mary hangs out there on an he he does he does say that it it looks like it it does work with all these caveat so if you're thinking well i'm just going to buy a machine and drop all my you know leftover pieces into a hopper and pushbutton no that's not going to just yet you can expect them kind of learning curve and investment in brain in time as you had to make with the three d printer and you may have had to make with the three d capture and you may have to make with the paladin the 3d modeling and leonardo allowing an anything involved here so it less you're prepared to make that investment in this part of it is probably not worth it and unless you're interested in in the journey via the dust the nation isn't really justify and i can think of a a certain case where could be and that's where you have a desire to design your own kind filaments you may have your own coloured needs you may have an idea of the filament based on certain materials in which case this makes a lot of sense if that's your goal to come up with a medium for others to use and three d printing this makes sense it would be a fun thing to get into yet definitely as he some of the innovations that are coming out accumbens light protopov sta nominee they're using something much more substantial than which by the way or but which by the way i happen to know that they made themselves and they made their own extra they built their own exterior it's the size of a garage i mean it's not small about the size of the smallcar on but you could put it in your your family room for at.

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