17 Burst results for "Michael Crichton"
"michael crichton" Discussed on KGO 810
"Two minutes ago it hit me, they may have been more than friends and acquaintance. They may have been a sexual couple themselves, the two of them just hit me a moment ago. But anyway, my question is about a book by Michael Crichton. And I'm wondering if your guest, I it's right up your alley. If you've ever heard of it, the thirteenth warrior, and now it's, it's they change the title of some years ago to increase sales of the book, now it's called eaters of the dead, but it starts out with. The true account by Evan. Saturn about the year nineteen nine hundred I'm sorry twenty two years ago. Twenty two. Yeah. Yeah. I wonder I wonder what's your opinion of that because I accidentally picked it up at a library, and I'm fascinated. And sometimes I'm laughing out loud, and sometimes I'm horrified. Well, I know the author, Michael Crichton, but I don't know this particular book, George. What what's the basic story? It has to do with an Arab Currier back in nine twenty two AD who accompanies a party of Viking warriors to the north and, you know, talks about his life and everything else, but it may have been a blueprint for what really happened. Well, I, I will tell you this, the, the nights step ler. Certainly interacted with, with Arabs and the evidence is on the Kensington rooms, don't we talked about earlier. There's an Tadic numbers, which is an Arabic numbering system. But, you know a lot like freemasonry where, you know, one of the things that, that we just, you know, ask people to make a statement in a belief in a higher power. We don't care what you call it or who it is just as long as you believe in a higher power, because infromation. We think that, that higher power is the same for everybody, regardless of religion. So we have Muslims. We have Christians, we have Jews. We have Buddhists we don't care. Native Americans, take their obligation on an eagle feather. And this is a tradition of accepting all faiths, and people of different belief systems, within freemasonry. The Templars certainly interacted with Arabs in chapter when they weren't fighting. So could this happened with the Vikings? Why not? Absolutely brilliant to even think of that book. That's that's back to Gina Maria Thompson. She's got a better signal. Okay. Go ahead. Gina maria. Give it a try. Can hear me a little better? Last time too. So. I just wanted to say that I have as cow site. I find far they would use to navigate ship. Okay. And the second thing I wanted to say was, I have a nice Templer stored. It's not a recreation. It is an original, and it has a red Jay Cronkite name on it. It's a ceremonial sword. And the third thing is I have found him pressures. They're they would've made out of mud, and they made them into the where revering women and children, and they would have put him in the fire and made them into stone. And I have a bunch of those two, I wonder heard of. Well, the I, I s land expire, yes, they, they used that they call him some stones and they use those for navigation, they basically take the polarize the, the lights, raise coming through the clouds and you can locate the son in cloudy, weather. So they would use that for navigation as far as the knights Stamler soared the masonic knights Templer. We use sorts. I have one myself. And so the masonic knights Templer of the York, right has been around for a couple of hundred years, and many people have fine swords in the closet or in the addicts that their fathers grandfathers, great grandfathers had when they were active in their orders. So it's not unusual to see those, and that's probably what she has, and then the third thing about making amulets or, you know, trinkets out of clay that they fired you know, in, in fires or in ovens to, to make ceramic voted figures is, is a tradition that you find in many, many cultures. And, you know, I, I think the Vikings did it as well. So very interesting stuff. She's, she's pretty well raise, right? We're gonna come back with Scott and take final phone calls in a moment. He's got a lot on his plate these days, his new book coming out in weeks, called the cryptic code of the Templars in America. In his television show starts again tonight. America. Unearth on the travel channel nine o'clock, central time, give it give it a try and give it a world is going to be several episodes. And if it gets renewed, they'll be many, many more, and we'll be back in a moment with Scott Wolter on coast to coast AM. Don't forget to Email me, if you need to georgette coast to coast, AM dot com. Get daily show updates right to your inbox for free with the coast zone newsletter. Sign up today. Coast to coast, AM dot com..
"michael crichton" Discussed on One Two Review
"I will say the action in this novel is awesome. And the there's a lot of creatures in it, which I really enjoy because there's creatures already on photo say, as well as the creatures goal dash company sends because they don't just send these things they send those big apes as well. They send the big snake thing. So, like I really liked that I liked the action in it. I just feel like his character developments a little weak. All of his characters very two dimensional. I felt the characters are extremely weak in the science is just super flimsy, and it's not a guess. Yeah. They've got that cyborg. The little cyborg monkey the Corre shan't, man. That thing you know, it's like wisecracking. It's making jokes. And it's smoking cigarettes. I thought was the best developed character to be honest. Yeah. No. Unfortunately, he is but I still kinda hated him. He didn't make sense at more than any of the other characters. Yeah. I'm actually Sharon Sharon just felt like a rip off of Ripley a Ripley rip off a rip off. And you know, like like we just heard yoga is negligible. He's one of the first to go on the other two, I guess they do have moments though, edlund Donovan do have moments. But like you said, what really carries this book is the action and the fun of just wrecking a moon yet. I mean, I guess what it is, is this book for me. Michael Crichton is a prestigious distinguished author and this feels like kind of camp for kids, like if I read this as a kid, I would have gobbled it up. And I just, I guess, as an adult I expect more from Michael Crichton. But if this is my first, Michael Crichton novel, and I was a kid man. This would be one of my favorite books for very long. One hundred percent. I checked the cover and chapter three. I was like, wait, is this Michael Crichton? Yeah. And back to make sure it wasn't like a book endorsed by or a. Based on the writings of, you know, share. It's actually Michael Crichton's words. Maybe he might just be doing the ghost rider thing for a little cash grab. But I guess either way you gotta take it for face value. You can't attach the Michael Crichton legacy to Congo to. At one. Oh, yeah. I guess you're right. It is a different thing, every, every artist has lesser works. And this is that this is the piece of trash that he just kinda shit out to whatever get the creative juices flowing again. Well, I do just want to say one thing, it's like what I meant by. That is he's actually doing kind of sequels to a lot of his books and I think he's leaning more towards this like not twilight easy, because he does he's putting love in these, but he's making them kind of he's childish, not childishly remaking his books, but he's doing fear to his doing prey to. He's doing a drastic part too, but not lost world. It's drastic part two I forget, what the subtitle is on it. But it's basically like a retelling of drastic park in the future, they're all kind of futuristic retelling of his stories right now. If if drastic park to if drastic part two on the moon, I'm probably going to read it to be honest. I think it's head think it's actually Mars. I'm by ninety percent. Sure it's a drastic Mars. And that's exactly what is like Congo to is pretty much almost minute for minute the same story. It's just kind of put on new veneer on a more fi veneer to an already scifi novel. And that's what he's doing. So it's an interesting idea. You know what these books are perfect for their perfect for airport reading or airplanes. I'm saying kindles and stuff to like Saifi. Yeah, these are great. So. Pick it up. Yeah. You know, I was saying that I got my kindle, rob from me, which is a true story, I actually left, Congo to on the train, and I came back over the weekend, it was still in the same chair..
"michael crichton" Discussed on Amanpour
"It's uncommon that guy like me can work over the course of time like this. And I've tried to get better. I had a great teacher sandy Meisner, and I'm kind of a late bloomer in a humble student. I like to say, which is true. And I feel like I'm on the brink of my better stuff. But I'm I'm thrill. You know, I wanted to do it in the worst way. Like, I said, and I was thrilled to break into quick quickly. Slowly, get things that I could get better at and then worked with great people over the years, and was in some things that words that we're you know, that please people. Create. Persuade him not to cut you apart. Right. Is that story? I met him when I met him for the meeting. They'd said he wants to meet you for this part in the book that they're making into a movie, I read the Michael Crichton book read that character in Malcolm. And then by the time, we met he said, you know, I didn't want to cancel this meeting because I like you in this to you. He said, but there's a move afoot to excise that part out of the screenplay kind of make it part of this other character Allen GRA. And is, you know, remember if I think I did I said, Mr. spook, Stephen, I I don't know. I think that that could be a good character that I'm sure I didn't persuade but anyway, it came around. So that I got back into the movie and do you recognize this? What I like, this is this inflatable picture, viewpoint pictures statue thing. Misalignment? You wasn't inflated. What people said afterwards. I'd I knew nothing about that people send me on the day that it appeared at this is in as took me by surprise. I think they were promoting they're showing the movie after twenty five years, and but then I must say that I read the description of it. It's not wasn't a balloon. It was KAI. Be. Yes. No. I never saw. Show recently, they had decapitated it and they brought the head on. He's very good. Isn't he Graham Norton users? Good show, you see the lovely. In fact. He's the reason we have this album, and that I'm here talking to you right now because a year ago, Greg reporter, if you know him a wonderful singer. I'd run into an airport loved his music. He was the musical guest. Great cigarette. He was the musical guest. When I was promoting Thor ragnarok, and they said, hey, do you want to accompany him just on the piano playing Mona Lisa? He's saying Mona Lisa Mona Lisa and have Nate. Because he does this net. Can call record says I yes, we did it and then his label was deca Tom Lewis ner Becca Allen. And they said, hey, maybe we should do something with Jeff. And that's how the whole thing came about this big statue. So this became a guaranteed the most popular most important, most whatever they call. It used me on the internet and you've become a major millennial star. You're happening for the millennials. Really? Yes. Well, how about that? How does it feel? Oh, lovely. No. Because I ask you because you know, you sort of our young in that you're sixty six started to have kids for the first time at sixty two that's right over three and some months year old boy, and then a in nineteen month old river Joe, but you know, how it works. The the the traditional. It was a dad. I mean, you never wanted to have kids. How does it change your life? Oh, that's a good question. That's a big question. You have you have kids. I have a kid. Yeah. Eighteen well, it's life changing everybody says, and as I sit here and think about it right now. The tremendously changing, it's lovely of wonderful wife. Emily gymnasts is that right? She was for Khun for the Canadian Olympic team. Yeah. She was in the Olympics for rhythmic gymnastics, then she wanted to do aerial work and contortion and this and that she doubled Emma stone in LaLa land. So I read. Yeah. That's pretty amazing. Yeah..
"michael crichton" Discussed on Flash Forward
"Okay. So this episode is about living under water. A lot of you have requested an episode about underwater cities. So here we go living underwater is featured in a ton of fi and fantasy. There is of course the Disney movie Atlantis, but there's also the classic twenty thousand leagues under the sea. There's the Michael Crichton books. Fear, there's the show Stargate Atlantis. There's a city of Oto Ganga in a Star Wars movie that we will not name. There is sub Diego from aquaman and there's my favorite, which is the city of rupture from the game bioshock which is beautifully rendered. I love looking at pictures of it. Humans have been interested in living underwater for a long time. Twenty thousand leagues under the sea was published in eighteen seventy. And of course, we've wondered if we could survive down there for a lot longer in the nineteen forties. Jacques Cousteau started pushing the envelope when it came to scuba diving and filming underwater, giving people images of what that environment looked like. In nineteen fifty-six Cousteau released a documentary shot underwater called the silent world, and it was a total sensation. It was one of the first films to show people color footage of underwater worlds. The silent world was the first documentary to win the palm door award at the Ken film festival, and it was the only documentary to win until two thousand four. So you have Cousteau pushing the boundaries of what humans can do underwater. And around the same time, the US and Russia start to try to show each other up with their technological advancements. You're probably already familiar with the fact that the Cold War was in large part about space exploration, the so-called space race, and you might be familiar with president, John F, Kennedy's famous moonshot speech delivered on may twenty fifth nineteen sixty one. Some say, the moon, why choose this as goal? And they may well ask, why climb the highest mountain? Why thirty? Five years ago fly the Atlantic? Why does rice play Texas? We choose to go to the moon. We choose to go to the move..
"michael crichton" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast
"Like any book you wanna pick so i went into the book cabinet at home cal shelf yeah and i picked i picked a rising sun the nineteen ninetytwo michael crichton novel not a good book for a book report not appropriate material i believe they made a movie out of that with wesley snipes yes that's a good one i think i thought i was going to be your medieval mice book series that you're talking about less red wall so good why didn't you report on that wash you know 'cause i i didn't wanna go to the library so i just picked what we had in the house and rising sun was there which i think like one of my parents but some michael crichton novels after jurassic park came big and just never read them all right no though cinematic history wise michael crow michael crichton wrote and directed the nineteen seventythree film westworld which is what the hit tv series westworld is based off a good movie is a very good movie actually it was that old school russian do that played the killer robot guy yeah yul brenner did the russian version of the cowboy man land man blacker whatever his name was yeah any more fun facts drill now we're done okay i'll casto goes w that's been the pot comic casting news jamie foxx as spawn and then the jake jilin whole has mysterious hype continues to grow thoughts and immediate thought that we talked about spun lasting being one of the worst movies of all time yes on the movie was bad but i love jamie fox i think he has the opportunity to kill this role spun the character was really popular in the mid nineties and then it fizzled out gm and heard much of spawned but i think it could be really good i think it might lend itself well to the advanced special effects we now have in twenty eighteen one of the really really i mean one of many bad things in the original spawn were.
"michael crichton" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"And space viruses brought down from either commodore satellite scientists identify a virus in space if if something comes on a meteoroid perhaps very few people would claim the discovery was not evidence of life in space the truth is when one considers the whole virus replication cycle becomes close to what nasa calls life k the self sustaining chemical system capable of winning evolution it's capable of invading the planet it's time to ask yourself if what we're seeing is cleo genesis for clayton x type of thing plato genesis meaning that something needs to be considered and we need to consider the cleo genesis factor when we pressed the issue of a zombie apocalypse created by some genetically mutated or alien bacteria a para influenza if you will that was from the rock parents varian when you're talking about a variant which is a form of a virus it takes that what what happens is the virus takes form outside of a host okay it doesn't doesn't happen inside the host immediately takes it takes a form it became a form outside of the host then it consists of genetic material encapsulated in a protein shell and then the outer lipid layer called an envelope then turns into a sport type of a it turns into a spore or a seed and this is how you don't comes into the body or goes up into the spine i guess and this is how it's done viruses we know straddle the definition of life they lack machinery reproduce on their own so they must infect a host cell hijack its machinery and this has led to the decades of debate over whether viruses should be technically considered living or even alien as they invade the host and eventually take over and kill it as i talked about in the film and strain in the film andromeda strain there's a warning about planet the planet contamination and that perhaps a true alien invasion would not be conducted by little greener gray man but by a virus like influenza or something else that attacks humans in such a way that no doctor epidemiologist can find a cure and this creates this cosmic nail in our coffins see michael crichton wrote andromeda strain and he spends a.
"michael crichton" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"Houston i mean kind of a use right but you guys are familiar with the movie and our book disclosure right by michael crichton where they he envisioned this kind of i would call it a vr data store that looked like a library in this vr world it was like if you conceptualize like computer hard drive storage as a a library visually you could walk up and pull out a book and that was a file and you could open it up and you'd read the file and you know it was done for kind of dramatic purposes in the movie because someone was trying to kill him in real life he was virtually walking around building like an idiot but that's what this looked like to me like we have literally someone said i really like michael crichton let's make this thing and we'll put it in share point because we hit everybody it's the whole idea that your real life is is a pale imitation of your virtual life and the virtual life you can do almost anything leo now that i've master precision call of duty that is actually a fact reminded me of second life right i was like going back to that again i don't know i'm a doubter here on this one but that was a big announcement this week and you can sign up to be part of the of the private preview as of this week if you want want to get access point spaces the ability to put like three the objects into a would would be a two d powerpoint presentation.
"michael crichton" Discussed on Minority Korner
"Well can i tell you that's funny that you bring that up here's a little nerd history all right yeah yeah michael crichton one michael crichton wrote the movie westworld which came out in the seventies he wrote it as a play and then that movie did all right people are looking but not as big as he wanted it to be so then he decided to write jurassic park as you know what people want not robots they want dinosaur reynoso is diagnosed wars it's literally that same thing also by the way i think drastic parkas finally jumped the shark but michael crichton you're still alive you're sixty six i'm sida i thought he no he sixty six he's alive he's fine he's like he plagiarized himself i just want to point that out i'm going to have to stop telling people thought michael crichton was dead either stopped how do you mean to non until people he's dead he sixty six year old man michael crichton if you hear rumors like where did they come from it was me so i started this summer road okay so we on the third season one we've only second season third episode we've only seen the westworld that we've been told that there are six different parks we knew that shogun park was coming up which was going to be kind of interesting because it introduces a level of race even though westworld has a level of race with the native american robots which is something that i think we should talk about yet can we put a pin of that we're gonna put a pin in that but i think in honestly i kind of at i was a little worried but now i'm kind of into the fact that they're introducing race because adds a whole new component into lake i like that they did so basically they've revealed in the third episode that there's raj world which is.
"michael crichton" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Dropped a bomb on the middle of the country and then every animal and every mosquito and every flea tick in whatever is spreading lime disease or or some other horrible disease and and then the animals of course are getting something from parasitic attacks from just simple bugsy i i used to work in a sort of an animal control feel i i drove a dog and cat ambulance and i noticed a breakdown in the whole animal welfare system and what i mean is our grandparents had reason to fear rabies and people that they don't think about it because it's generally under control because the rabies control system we had works but now we've reached the point where you know people aren't gonna was the last time you actually thought dogcatcher you know people don't want to send an animal to the pound or they might get euthanized and i saw things that made me think i need to write to michael crichton yeah about the the idea of a new rabies outbreak because i met so many people who worked in shelters who themselves did not want to get a vaccination even though they worked in a single country of unvaccinated animals you know in in several counties and a lotta rural areas and small towns there is no animal control really no such thing or it's it's so ineffectual but i'm sorry there there's so many points here about glide for seats in the food.
"michael crichton" Discussed on Rocket
"'cause like beeps or so harsh guess me just think some nice soft shiny coyne how about the sonnen that sounds legal we lsd that okay that weren't as totally about it actually give you props porno sensing abilities are i would say that's uncanny like that i i've i've read a lot of ao three i've read a lot of erotica like i read a lot of other things i've read a lot of michael crichton like you know what i'm trying to say as i read a lot of the sex brick writing so it's mon i'm now we're reading yours thank you recommend if you want my pure sex writing the food for you and sala g sure is the way to go 'cause there's not a lot for me that isn't that going on in there so he were is just bonin down with a demon and it's great what i love about that cover is there's no other way to interpret the book cover as anything other than smut like on math i love it but the color for it is too so smutty and i love it i just absolutely love it i like the country you have a gift you have a gift simone don't don't let don't let god not let your light show don't worry hard and bright so good well what if we what are you up to this week besides destroying your career here on rocket well we running where resignation letter after this so serious talk y'all in addition to my staff we have had to bring in some experts to basically deal out in work to get signatures to get on the ballot so we are actually needing to raise money that's all i'm doing this week.
"michael crichton" Discussed on KELO
"You're constantly told your going die it's called pointing the bone voodoo doctors used to do rudy practices in the congo they used to actually they actually used to point the bone and people say you're going to die and then the they'd be treated badly and then eventually die so what got crichton into allow trouble was his assessment of global warming fearmongering and he stated authoritatively telling people that are going to die can't self be failed junk science and doomsayer fearmongering thrown out the aspects of complexity theory and its effects on the environment and no one even brings up the idea of resilience of systems and now that you're capable of adjusting healing on its own it may be turbulent but it can't be done so this means that with every socalled extinction level event that we've talked about the earth seems to redo itself a new you know new generations and new civilizations happen i mean if we just say the world's going to end and that's the finality of it all that throws out the hope of resilience of hope of resurrection of the springtime is the the whole message of easter the idea of renewal we idea of death and renewal and michael crichton stated that environmental zeal for global warming theories that they basically political demand for these environmental science quest for answers in life basically become a religion of sorts it's sort of an anthropological new religion according to him he saw a new religion developing a collective had a core group of beliefs the collected have leaders that they elevate positions enforce the core belief for environmental catastrophe forever looms on the horizon crichton concluded.
"michael crichton" Discussed on KELO
"And we have to ask ourselves if we're going to move carefully or if we're going to you know use a lot of thought before we move forward i mean it's now certain that we live in this time of reflexive moderna di and that from there you know we have to ask ourselves about science we have to ask us ask ourselves about what is pushing the science when it comes to the environment and we're dealing with radiation and toxicity when we're dealing with stratospheric arsala injections all these things are important because these are innovations that could have monstrous effects they'd could put the planet intoxicated we already know that the injections or the aerosol injections do this to us but of course you know puts us in this proactive for this proaction every idea that you know we act as if there's a doom and gloom ahead that way we can avoid the doom and gloom ahead i don't necessarily believe that i believe that there's a lot of political agenda behind all of these ideas and i'm always i always reference the time right before michael crichton died now michael crichton of courses the science fiction author that brought us westworld and jurassic park and several other interesting you know science fiction movies and books and thinking about michael crichton before he died he was ostracized for a speech he gave on the subject of complexity theory and environmental management and what michael data's he criticized environmental groups for failing to incorporate complexity theory in their doom and gloom mongering projections effects of global warming and crichton boldly chastise those who inflated projected cataclysmic events from global warming and encourage them to factor in the possibility that a complex system such as the ecosystem can be resilient yeah it will certainly have problems but it'll bounce back oh crichton said the psychological impact of fearing any predicted cataclysmic event can be far worse than the event itself meaning that if you have enough technocrats in power to tell you that you're going to die you'll die plain simple somehow you will find a way to die if.
"michael crichton" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"As one for the road i was like i promise i will chug it kick this out and i was like bullshit cabin let's go find an after hours bar in chris opened the door and we got punched in the face with the sunlight look it was six thirty in the morning we went home and went to sleep but said that's it's so impressive but then we cut to this business meeting that's happening at the same time more or less and i'm like oh it's that michael crichton early morning business meeting should just like what he calls and then close their finish the closure disclosure their finishing a meeting at six forty three what time to start with it's a big one so must have been like five ice flipping at the office that what needs to happen you have to i mean that that's a bonechilling time that it like that where you're going to bed at seven right i mean that earlier that like this is a copy and this is the cutthroat business world delay and that's always with in shit so this business meeting is going south we have two seinfeld character actors in this seen one is the dude who played crazy joe davala the other two who'd is the guy who was the tv guide dude who later he became a lanes mannequin guy he's also on scrubs glenn lawyer on scrubs so it's the two of these dudes dreadnought like negotiate this meeting with like this huge japanese firm but they're whispering act disable the i don't think we wanna do this yes i know and then like the ideas like the japanese firm is so under edited shitty that they're taping this conversation right and like ceiling to each other ethnic also they know so much about cameras does so much camera there yet the apparently they added two more to this room to spy on the negotiation cameras find a way michael crichton's universe cameras find new way well they've got this room wired for sound man and then there's security guard whose like.
"michael crichton" Discussed on WDRC
"Born on this day tonight show host johnny carson author michael crichton and usually sattar is the weird algorithm by mitch davis and that's who were on this date update wdrc am wdrc fm hd 3 hartford wsng torrington wwco waterbury wmmw meriden the talk of connecticut questions remain three weeks after a deadly attack in west africa i leave a sarah fox news chair of the joint he and stabbed general joseph dunford says the four soldiers died in an ambush that began october fourth but several matters have yet to be resolved about the attack in the air like whether the us soldiers had adequate intelligence and equipment and why took so long to recover the body or soldiers were operating in algeria to build the capacity of local forces to defeat world extremism in west africa their presence as part of a global strategy as we see many times groups like isis or al qaeda pose a threat to the united states the american people in our allies about eight hundred un soldiers are currently in west africa members of congress also demanding answers last week senator john mccain the chair of the armed services committee threaten to subpoena to get information the socalled underwear bomber filing a lawsuit claiming unfair treatment in prison who mourn for rugadh do move tala convicted in 2011 for try to take down the detroit bound plane now says his sentence which has included longterm solitary confinement at a maximum security prison in colorado has infringed on his civil rights abdul multahleb says he hasn't had access to religious council or a preferred hull diet he also claims to have been forcefed during hunger strikes nearly three hundred people were on the flight he targeted travelling overseas to the us from amsterdam the colorado us attorney's office has not commented on the case that fox has gone off scot defended giving preliminary approval to a.
"michael crichton" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Was the filmed the michael crichton a book disclosure it was the film with to me more right it was and they they turned the tables and demean more played an executive and she was sexually harassing her underlying an idaho was michael douglas or one of these guys who are there was some boy good memory should look so when that movie came out it was like wow they turned the tables on that situation it was it was unhurt of to bring that up and this in those days the kind of thing they talked about and talk radio is this does this happen is this realistic of course we know it goes both ways but i am one and like i said yesterday i was talking about the old fashioned shallow and all got a book about the old fashion the life is a good life and the thing is i think it is it the okay it can go both ways but there are no female harvey weinstein ntt's there art it's it's heavily disc sales are not even in this situation it is men who do this men and this is why drives me crazy when people i think that conservative men like mike pence can get together with feminists on this issue in a big way if they would only dropped the pretense of their argument because i think that feminists and call me if you're out there feminists i know you're listening sometimes we get a call in and say look i'm probably you're only caller who is a leftwing that no we had a lot we got a lot of left wing listeners people eight three three eight five two four eight six six i think the feminists i hate to generalise in this way but let's let's do it that i think feminists agree with me that it is a onesided thing feminists would agree with me that there.
"michael crichton" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"And drama dose train love it michael crazed on a exactly based on a book by michael crichton that that is that must be the most extensive use of splitter up i've ever seen there's a youtube video someone which chose their favorite seventy eight seventy one different shots with a thigh after the movie has over two hundred scenes filmed with the split day up there so excited that while oh that's a good question i don't know that but it is one of the most most extensive uses so that and it it conveys an interesting sort of feeling i've watched this movie sample times without noticing but just subconsciously noticing that something was a bit off and that it that is what that movie once to convey any way it's about a about a a weird disease from space that takes over the world and uh it it that that split after does that that gives you that thing that you don't usually get because you don't see these kind of shots normally so split day after definitely something really cool to look into its i mean i stand it it it it it's like you have two different focal links on one lands by pudding a extra lands in front of half of in and so while that's it no low tech solution isn't it's amazing was amazing is as somebody noticed it and realised will you couldn't really do that with an x with the with a camera you'd have to do something special and and that's how they do this kind of amazing i love the s and you can of course use and photography as well if you have a day after a cut in half and careful we'll we'll we'll put a link in the show notes to a website called vashyaev visuals where he talks about the split thigh after shot in the promised during and shows the lands that they choose to to make it and has a picture of all two hundred six split i have pushed a and you'll find that on youtube as well balanced as while grizz markwort discover the top floor dot com have a great time in italy and we will see you you'll.
"michael crichton" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"And you know you guys although the strategy i don't have to tell you i like to play along mentioned that and the person i preselected from twitter where is a congo man it it it's so funny they're always like upclose wheelchair real name a congo man max max was taken like quarters like what is congo man mean like you like going to the congo you're a big fan harry beast i i really don't appreciate you being so mean to yourself after the michael crichton movie the because oca but he's with a k why don't they just call you amy amy is the guerrilla thank you or for fat amy that trailer for a pitch for a victory in i makes me so happy i love pitch perfect movie i hope they just keep pagano mobile never starve them they will i think i'll the it's just me that goes but all right so a congo man and a cargo man alone is going to suggest an actor actress and hopefully it'll be a good one but i i say guys this is a great panel tonight y'all really know your stuff let's take whatever shitty naming gives us let's not throw anything back tonight i can't wait for us to win this thing i hope they were in the movie congo if it's laura linney i will fly over the table and strangle here antimuslim in congo right there yeah shark kmeil lead okay.