10 Burst results for "Mike Croft"

"mike croft" Discussed on Feminist Frequency Radio

Feminist Frequency Radio

06:18 min | 4 months ago

"mike croft" Discussed on Feminist Frequency Radio

"You know at the end of the day you know young girls are not being forced to work fourteen hours sewing gloves at the end of the day. We don't have you know women like still having you know fourteen babies and then die in childbirth or whatever like at the end of the day it really is. About and I get it I get it. It's a show for young kids. But at the end of the day I just wanted more than just like I WANNA be free to do karate with my mom and eat apples like they don't even talk about the vote like they don't even actually address it or mention it really outside of like seeing a pamphlet. And then like putting pieces together here, and they're like the points are about clothing like aggressively about clothing and about allowing women to learn how to defend themselves like physically like that's. Like. I just wanted to clarify that when we talk about how superficial it is like that's what's being talked about and the antagonist who is revealed to actually be the dowager, the the the as sort of the main woman, the main figure who puts in motion the attempt on like her nephews. Her nephew, her grandson's. Life, you know like she has big big. The Sun never sets on the British. Empire Energy Right but. I wish that. We never the Phil never even even in the most basic way like engages in an obviously wants to frame that as bad in this very superficial way like ideas about preserving England or whatever. But but that seems to I guess only go as far as like keeping the vote the way it is and stuff like that, and there's no engaging with the consequences of British colonialism imperialism and so on. Though that seems to be very core to. You know that the woman to the dowager is kind of ideology that believe in the inherent superiority of England. Among nations and things. But what would have been more interesting here is not just in like that the grandmothers motivation is to preserve London. But the motivation is about women not supporting other women right like that. There was that was not addressed or or anything like that like, yes there is a preserving of of London, but that's the that's the bullshit mainstream argument that's like the state's rights bullshit right. It's the actually what's happening is it's the white women voting for trump bullshit and so like there was a much more opportunity to talk about how the grandmother is this like old school figure that is happy to. Remain in these subservient oppressed rules in all of her. financial luxury that she has. and. So the tension between the young generation, the older generation about gender roles, not necessarily just about like the state of the country. I would love to talk a bit about the the the characters in the casting for this and I don't necessarily want to spend any time talking about Henry cavill. Could. Conversation about, but you can have like hot homes I. Literally never. going. I was going. Yeah wonders went powers. Kiro, but actually I want to start by talking about the character of Microsoft and this, and this is something that as I said, I've watched in a read a lot of the. Homes. Cannon. and. A lot of different versions like reduce an updates and rematch innings of the homes cannon and one of the things that is really startling me and always disappointing when it happens is that when we get a modern version of Microsoft, he's never fat. Mike Croft in the homes cannon is talked about as being morbidly obese. You know and you know there's really gross ways that Arthur current oil talks about like you know his lassitude and everything but the one constant is that you know he's a very fat man and so I think it's very interesting. Would we look at things like sherlock the Stephen. Martha. And Mark Gatiss production or show like elementary and Nola homes here the Guy Ritchie movies you know the Microsoft that we get may or may not be a genius on par with or superior to homes in that that part is retained but our discomfort. With having a fat figure. Onscreen someone we are meant to admire in any way shape or form is really notable and I remember I I was disappointed that we once again get that here like. What does it take away from? You know depiction of microbes it's not as if in this film, you know he someone that you're like, oh, well, he needs to do like You know all of these very aggressive stunts or whatever, and so we need a certain type of bodies. That's not what we get here. I. Mean we get the You know very attractive, very young Sam Claflin who y'all probably remember from the Games whatever but I don't know it was just like it struck me that that's there's this refusal to reckon with that like we will. We will change everything we'd need to. Invent all kinds of reasons why Microsoft is no longer fat I don't know does something that's interesting to me I. did not know that I agree with you and I also WanNa ask a question ask away is Microsoft fat in the original text to make fun of him. It is it is part of a very dismissive characterization You Know A. CONAN doyle talks about how like micro never leaves his club. If he doesn't have to, he could be a a detective. You know far superior homes. He's got a sharper mind homes, but you know he's so lazy. He never wants to do anything and so it's you know it's part of this characterization of him as like this sort of. I don't know someone unconcerned like completely consumed with kind of sensual Carnell as it relates to food. But you know not. Not Being Act as sort of like math. Eli. Victorian when he should be. I feel like there's a tension here then around Actually there isn't attention it would be cast a fat person, but don't bring any of the like the negative connotations of.

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"mike croft" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:43 min | 6 months ago

"mike croft" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Pete rose. But there were shooting during the summer and peak was playing for the phillies. So they said all right. Well, we'll be right departure Korean I I was available. I said sure I'll do it and did you come up with was Bob Lanier the only guy that you told the kid to tell his dad I said Walton and Walton Linear. Okay. That's right. It. was that were those the two best that you to drag up and down the court? Well, they figured that those were two names that everybody was familiar with exactly. Yeah, and is that is that your sense of Humor Kareem? The airplane Louise? Thought it was funny. You know I mean letting plus here here I am I'm in a movie with Ethel. Merman. Sure. She was that was the post traumatic stress disorder that was going on in that movie that's one of my favorites and now. We're on the subject of pop culture. I'm holding up radio audience I'm showing the book right here. Mike Croft homes you've written a novel based on Sherlock's brother runner, his older and smarter brother right and this is his backstory. This is before. In this book Sherlock's in High School And, Microsoft is has just started his career. As a functionary for the British government right and things start happening that needs to be investigated and he takes a trip to the west. indies to see what it's all about. and. So have you seen the sherlock the BBC Sherlock's if you seen this excellent fantastic benedict cumberbatch spectacular right? One Freeman they're doing doing modern takes on the original stories and then elementary they all those stories in new yeah. Actually, just very well done and Johnny Miller's greatest sherlock I like those because they talk about sobriety in that Sherlock is he goes to twelve step meetings because he's overcoming his cocaine addiction. I think that's a that's a good message in in today's world. So that's what's on the Kareem abdul-jabbar dvr list at home is elementary. What else do you watch I watch some of the good stuff you know that's on HBO and Showtime. Are you game of thrones guy. Detective? The first one that was awesome. That was off you explain to me what it was all about Kareem can use. These guys will just so. Their. Personal lives were all screwed up. Yeah. But they wanted to solve these crimes and these women being murdered and even after a left the police force still something that they wanted to get done and and they got it done. And I think the keeping was. The guy that was committing the murders I saw him. He was sitting in a lawn mower yeah. They couldn't recognize him because he was a great big guy but sitting in lawn Laurie look average height. And they miss that clue time is a flat circle. Sounds like something that John Wooden might say back in the day, right? Now. True detective in John Wooden Connection. When was the last time? You Dunk a basketball Kareem was the last time that happened. Year before last. Okay. Sometimes. I'll go there and see if I can still do it. And I couldn't the last time I tried. Okay. I haven't tried to get the Skyhook you try. Oh probably about the same time when I was Yoki Noah came to me. He wanted to learn a few things I worked with him I. I showed him some stuff. when I was coaching Andrew Bynum? A had to show him a few things. You still have desire to be head coach in the NBA? No, I've gone. At that point where I'm too long in the tooth. To do that job but I wish I hope Byron. Gets, the break city needs to get a good team so that he can have some success as well. Look I'm a thrilled that you. Came in here, Kareem. I'd love to have you back even without documentary or a book to sell just have you come back and there's I could spend a whole hour with you which I think I may have just done. We gotta get another Yankees Dodgers World series. So we can be at war again. I'm locked in on that right now I would take I'd say. They don't count for anything what the New York giants or the San. Francisco John was your football, team? New York they are. Okay. So I'm an guy or and I've always been I wore number thirty three of mel. Triplett he played. He was full back. When I was in high school no kidding. That's why wouldn't have a thirty three. Wow. Yeah. Because of a football players while you. This is all good stuff. A minority of one Kareem abdul-jabbar tonight on HBO AT TEN.

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"mike croft" Discussed on Froning and Friends

Froning and Friends

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"mike croft" Discussed on Froning and Friends

"In the water system but yeah Josh Tried Scripps Slick painted painted rock somewhere looking for like the world's greatest boulder in Miata orange and I never the best part about Joshua's he's super detail oriented. Oh yeah any thinks thinks things through which is phenomenal. Doesn't always necessarily happen around here. It's good to have somebody on that side of things but even the whole rock's pretty hilarious and it's in in a creek bed so it's like the water's not always running there. You know it's a it's those spring kind of goes underground but if it gets it's a runoff area. Yeah and so I mean he spray a painting and then the next week it was completely gone so somebody's probably drinking then. We were hanging out on your driveway so you know they were coming up kind of up that I stretch of the mountain and then coming across your driveway and there's a big muddy spa so there was lots of slipping and sliding trying to stay on your Ben Smith doing the split. He's the only one that went straight into the because they say go along the fence and everyone else still kind of went through the grass. He goes straight to the mud because he did that. Real athletic balance thing you slide and you put your hands out and you're like I'm good good good. I'm the only one that ran through the mud house like I know yeah it. was you know the weather was good if you would have you know we. We went back echoed on Tuesday and cleaned it up and you know we had a pretty nasty weather of come through on Saturday and man it was it was a way different trails slick. It was muddy there year round. That's such a cool trail from your house up. I mean we could I mean it's just a lot of those shows are still are. There are the permanent trails. From how did those get there either old logging trails or lock people that own. The property created the trails. For either hunting you know getting stuff through around around and to and some trouser. Probably really old as amazed if some of them start out as just like game trails. So you walk through the woods every once in a while you'll notice like Komo super skinny trail and it's the deer usually stay in kind of a they. They kind of skirt the side of the mountain that back and forth instead of going straight up so if you just kinda watch you can kind of see game. Trails is what we call when we did the TAJ exercise. Let's talk out. I can't even believe we made it up to the top now after doing daylight on the winning team losing to obviously you one because Hugo Ross. The loss teams are the loss team. Let's talk about why rich shouldn't win. That almost died. You guys cheated. We didn't cheat edited. That wasn't our fault. Dan was excited and he shouldn't have done that to the top and then know him fired up and fall his Georgia's in his team. He has his team follow our team up and at the last minute sprints to the bar. That's not okay doll fires beyond beyond that point then I was like you're not falling styles. Kinda let us follow you so we didn't die and then it was like absolutely not GonNa Cheat Cheating Punished for it because we second right and so then I was real. I'm surprised that you just hung in there and didn't say hey you know what there were times where I was like this deal and then rich left us with Dan who fed a horse a chick fillet chicken sandwich. Dan Tried to feed them right. Like what you cross over this fence these horses and they're they're friendly if they're just come up to you. Dan freaks out and he's got this chick gave us two sewer three chick fillet chicken sandwiches. Shares and Dan takes close it like the horses GonNa Chase after a chick-fil-a sandwich. It was the most bizarre. We lost our sustenance and still fall at US course and then rich turn lights off and his team ran off into the darkness and we were lost forever. We wouldn't know no lights on the way down. It's a great story as as fun. The best part about the sanctional was just. How like? If you're a spectator you saw. It was right there in front of you super intimate small. You know everybody was. There are people that were upset with how online upset with how expensive the tickets were only. We're like we're only two hundred people we we don't have room for Fire Marshal More than that so we've wanted you know wanted to make it a ticket that was worth coming and it was super for intimate and I feel like you know the vendors did a great job of like having some activation type stuff you know like there was some there was lots to do said it was right there right there. You imploring cool. I thought it was great. which is crazy the way that Jim transformed into like a event venue? You know at first you know like I don't know how this this is GonNa work and then you you walk in. After they got the floor out. And they put all those banners up and then they you know covered up all the insulation that Forget what their Surname I'm GonNa look that up because you give them a shout out those bureaus were creepy. Because they're all me but it's crazy to because even when you first said sanctional we've all been to like different ones but like going to Iceland was like they have like jumbotrons and it's a huge thing and each one is such a different feel. You're but honestly I liked it. It's the idea of. There's no bad seat anywhere like you literally are so close to watching to me. That's better than having bring these ginormous stands where people you're not as much in the action like here it's like you're in the action and we talked about you know doing it. Maybe Hyder burks. We've had mustard seed a couple of times but I think this is kind of the draw. Your Clo- everything's close You know people were right on top of everybody enemies. You get to come across with mayhem. which is pretty cool? Yeah area was super cool to a whole different place which is cool to knock that out of the park. I mean rickie walked in here like this isn't a gym and then they had food all day for everybody. It was table with cheese on it. I don't know what kind of cheese gosh grapes burgers. It was incredible. There was that I'd say like a large percentage of the people in there were from train with rich in. What's going on you know? Volunteers came from everywhere everywhere. Judges came everywhere. I didn't know any who those people were. Yes cool I mean we you now that you have done this sanctional kind of rotation. Now you see all these spaces and you're like oh I remember you remember you justice here you just kind of. It's insane like these people. Just take the time and money out of their own social vacation. You're just like man. So that's that's incredible. You could not do the sport without the judges experiences their you know their own there should be an organization for them that just like sanctional paying paying a service of you know however many there so cut josh was telling me that he didn't realize that that was a a close knit community inside cross fit like they had their own little after party at somebody's AIRBNB and they were like they're really they're connected connected to each other and talk to each other and text groups and all the banners were as Mike Croft signs Microsoft signs their base out of Tennessee East Tennessee. You guys my number two. They reach out So one of the guys Steve who works for the NASCAR tracks steep swift. He's an engineer for Bruton Gordon Smith and the whole Smith family they own like Quite a few tracks in Nascar but they own Bristol Motor speedway and he hooked us. He's across bitter. Owns a gym up in East Tennessee and Bristol. Great Guy and he was like I've got a guy that he's across bitter fan. He does all the banners for the racetrack when they wrap the racetrack. And he's like Hook you up with them and the guy did them for free. Wow incredible so the gym look like it looked great before before that but yeah with insulation being covered it looks way. More super unique. Douse creepy.

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"mike croft" Discussed on Indian Noir

Indian Noir

14:56 min | 1 year ago

"mike croft" Discussed on Indian Noir

"The terrifying world of the large hail on feel f._m. Season two coming soon or or major pod casting platforms on indian. You're i'm really excited for this. I have never been part of a rapid fire fun question brown so let's take it away. I'm ready for this. I was born ready for this book or something. You beat burson a beach person. Definitely i spent hours laying on the beach. <hes> i like both but i drink a lotta coffee. Now need three things about your life. <hes> pity we if things about my lifestyle <hes> <hes> i am a creature of habit like support example. If i have a certain things i have to do every day like i have to eat it. Eat my first meal. Let's run ten o'clock in the morning. The mini mini break out. That's the one example so through the day. I have all these certain set rituals. I liked in the afternoon from twelve to one. If i miss any of those things then i give vivier ab cranky and upset that you know my whole that has been ruined. I'm i'm very much a creature rabbit so that's one number two <hes>. I hate eight cooking. I absolutely hate cooking. I used to like cooking but now i just absolutely detested so i avoided or cost. I have good a subscription food service them deliver meals for me to heat in each of the week it's rated goods and i like using ubereats. M end up <hes> eating out from all the indian restaurants in sydney but i do berates for me. Tighten <hes> head weird thing about me is yes. I talked to myself a lot. I really do especially in the shower. I find tokyo out of the shadow helps. You resolve issues. You know helps you resolve story story problems that sort of thing speaking at the expression of really rain when you get to you know bring down the road and find a solution for absolutely definitely moving on. Who do you think we are competition in industry. Oh who who do. I think i look i will be completely honest here we it. There's no competition in podcasting big because i'll tell you there's an exact reason for this because it's a it's a autumn that east k that caters to nisha creators and niche consumers so they you know certain kinds of consumer spending and they stick within a sudden people are going to absolutely hating eight and do not listen to other mattress net the beauty of podcasts and you don't need to compete with anyone i know that all the shots and the downloads and everything but let's to be honest yet for all indian podcasters out there especially the ones broadcasting in english. Here's the fundamental truth. When good-quality quality or casters are going to start working in regional languages in india. They are going to dominate the shots from one two hundred because that's what all the listeners out and that's the way it should be. I will be so thrilled to see that happen so i know that is pointless. There's no competition. Can you compete against yourself to improve your data. Try and become a mike trying to become a better writer narrative besse sound engineer the embryo episode but you know it's it's such a nothing wonderful community and kudos to everyone for keeping that way all of your you would love to be short about <hes> one thing. I would like to ensure look. I i would say it's the mac book that i have which is not the moment which should be automated enjoyed at that. I i have made sure that it's because you know that's good old my writing on there. That's what helps me podcast as it has me reach out to wonderful people like yourself so yeah yeah yeah. That's right yet next one thing anyone to team up to the dance partner. That's a really good one because i used to do a lot of dancing. I i have the the not many many dense ones that i haven't tried. I extensively trained in flamenco who two and a half years. I've done salsa tango and tango for a long longtime so as a tango partner i would love to have that seems to with the oh boy. This is a tough one. I i think maybe i'll give like like indian. One somewhat have cash on india would make medicines wouldn't it. I the who you are ma at an elementary her mother the young north indian actress who came to south india. I'm not talking about the old they'll give her. The mother butler who who acted in movies like gentleman and i can't remember the other movies that but you know who who i'm talking about. I had such a raging crush on that woman. I think i still have a crush on. She's just incredible. If i was going to choose the chat ben spa definitely going to be mother. What about moving on your the anyone who are and also meet so he can you repeat the question again a movie although dr nine oh movie superstar to act with <hes> look look at company is one of my favorite movies one of the best indian cry movies ever made and i would actually stopped opt to ask to raising people on that. There was a miniature koirala ajay devgan vivek oberoi. Mike god's the the cost in that movie's incredible in fact you even if i got this more role making tea in that movie that have been great what what if intesting movie companies if if people listening to preschool which it. I just love it so much. I'm gonna be making money that that was definitely glenn was that anyone would jim ponder. That's a tough one so i am <hes>. I am a fitness fanatic but there are times when you know of course you're gonna go to the gym signals. I wouldn't go. I upset about that like i said mentioned before i met legion of habits at goods. Obviously the best jim buddy would be dwayne. The rock johnson is no doubt about that but the but i think letting think about someone who's who in india for this because the united states will the picture of myself nail <hes> 'cause doing. This is a another beautiful way for me to connect back with india. I think i would train with sunday that i up sunday that sunday so cool and in. I know he keeps himself. Really fits doesn't overdo it like he doesn't go on those zero percent body fat type campaign he just in his the know how awesome his fitness regime that still keeps him in in good shape but honestly it'll be so interesting left so many amazing stories to share and you know sunday the gym owner correct yeah yeah. He's a hockey man. He's a he's so cool. That's the best way to describe it. He's he's not reading your email the the guys who appear on the covers of men's health you know he's not a copy of a copy. He's a genuine unique original man truly fat due to steve rhodes which media <hes> one thing i do to stay raw on social media my instagram stories out of very real also but almost like stream of consciousness posts emad my thoughts on our movies society on music and some of the philosophical interests that go into my life also shows <unk> foodie life <hes> <hes> some of my adventures. I sometimes put stuff from work better than some some dense interesting work will do that. Swell the next segment. I think when we fighting but in you have the need one bulletin but each of the to have a coffee with to have a coffee with i'm going to take time answering these questions okay because i it's meant to be a fun brown but this is also the opportunity to relish doing doing this. The one person i would definitely have coffee with is stephen king that i have idolized that man for a long time and i ooh sometimes you lights these books that too sprawling and can get a bit boring but really is the mazda of writing short stories and really the the the grew to the bob of everyone <hes> he is amazing. He's epilepsy to look at a normal situation in life and to introduce our you are into it. It's amazing and you know. I was a kid. I was going through top teams. I used to go to the library and devout his books and that kept me sane kept me alive kept me <hes> thinking gave me the skillset that'll get skill sets that going to affect me as a writer and have improved mike croft <hes> leading stephen king's own writing was such a life changing experience for me listening to how he became a writer what teething out out of the important thing is should have in the rightist toolkit <hes>. I've really loved to have coffee with that math and right now the word that you said that writer do doing get. I really love to know engaged to get like they're all. It's quite extensive. I m a c._t._o. Plotter ulta and this is part of this comes from the fact that over the fifteen years. I trained very extensively in understanding structure and tool kit for me. <hes> <hes> stopped with understanding how a three act movie structured or five t._v. Structure works and knowing the intricacies of it knowing what story beats. It's need to happen when twenty to be able to tell an effective in gripping story that this north board people. That's one thing i hate when people just indulge judge in storytelling inevitably egotistical faction fashion without respecting the people who are listening to you you are there to entertain them and not waste a single second second time so to get them to joel and the thing is understanding story structure then comes the ability to write very quickly and write regularly. Oh you need to be able to tell up every day and right to do this. In woods nobody about the quality of it then you need to have to level three which is the most important skill to rewrite the rubbish that you mentioned the previous day and have the stamina to go through and the tool that comes after that editing editing and leading law having good english grammar knowing your spelling <hes> using spellcheck on software all those things really help in <hes> <hes> then polishing refining the work <hes> then you know once the but but even as you're doing all of these things i think in washington kit during the toolkit is maintaining distance from the work and seeing if it flows if it's a hitting all the essential beats of the story and looking at it then thinking if <hes> you know essentially you writing staff just because you can ride this important to the story so those are awesome of the important to to georgia's own jit only ride scenes in a story that are relevant to the story that important anything living extraneous needs to be able to move like there should be nothing in a story. That's just let's flop. That doesn't achieve everything should be in service so you know getting a at gripping tale do keep you'll listeners in their seats at the next one to hong hold on a branch hanging on a brunch who's going to be fun. You know who i always wanted to hang with. It was <hes> taboo. I love taboo but she's very mysterious to me. You know i think she's <unk>. Donning woman session intended in obstacle it woman <hes> and she's amazing records on actor and but i just i just don't know i think if brunch would give me enough time to get to know her like what's family like what ah pets what does she read what interested in <hes> and just expedience as a as a woman in the industry in what oh jeez i in how she looks at how achievements or those things so taboo the actress would be someone. I'd do that one of the next one. Who's got your ground. We wouldn't locked or hot the big one. I mean jeez <hes>. I don't know to be honest with you and papa the lease speakers. I've been lighting for such a long time undestand. The organic nature of creativity is very few. People get got to be very lucky. People lucky enough to be successful in a creative shots. <hes> you know people take up writing it and they say oh jacob dialing did it but stephen king did in the you know like the point two percents of the millions of people who try and mail so i think i think <hes> you know the commercials or something. That's <hes> you know really a lottery then. You need to have the talent when she get but it's real lottery finding the outlet to be able to do that so i would more likely a graph i would <hes> nuking you get your own graph and i say this the speech that i made the audio craft conference in.

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"mike croft" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"mike croft" Discussed on No Agenda

"Just you know i just love that they denounce it will they liars now they are also i've i've changed the the word ai instead of artificial intelligence i'm calling it artificial interpretation i was playing with mike croft throughout the weekend you know trying to get it to work properly the the open source talking tube which is pretty good except it doesn't have an array and all of it is just interpretation i think we should continue to use that term i'm not gonna use it doesn't make any sense to me it's artificial interpretations exactly what it is it's interpreting the i would use the term bullshit rather than one of those terms skip logic bullshit shit i did have thought though for any any dude's name ben out there who want to make some real artificial interpretation bullshit why not have a bought that connects to my i'm observing which also tells me when an email is mark read or on red or cetera and train it that way it seems like the thing that you could really change the world you know if you could fix email it really i would be so happy i think it's positing feel working on this constantly no no well sure that we have spam beigey in spam logic which is kind of the core of artificial intelligence or as you call it bullshit and i agree i'm agreeing with you on that but it seems like if you fix that if you really fix what each individual person deems important.

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"mike croft" Discussed on Slate's Live at Politics and Prose

Slate's Live at Politics and Prose

11:58 min | 2 years ago

"mike croft" Discussed on Slate's Live at Politics and Prose

"This is live at politics and prose a program from slate and politics, and prose bookstore in Washington DC featuring some of today's best writers and top thinkers night, where does he to maintain offers conversational each other? Our moderator for the evening in on on outta porna- Pearl is translated into eighteen. Languages. She's the author of award winning novels the memory of low. The hired man in this. Her latest novel call happiness was published earlier this year. She's also written many essays that can be found in publications such as the guardian spoke magazine and lived ho. We're neural to have her speak suggest in war this evening. Justin warn is the author of three novels one memoir in the editor of the essay collection of fire. This time when I first read her memoir mentally, Reeves back in twenty sixteen, I knew there was something special about her as a writer. She had tapped into motion that had no idea that existed in twenty seventeen. When I finally able to get my hands on singing very sing, I became choked up again, reading her fiction. The story serves as a reminder that the past has a way of catching up to the present in. She went on to win amid Arthur gies ward in later to become the first woman in history to win two national book awards at sheared her on by new her personally. And now I have a pleasure of introducing to you Justin awards. Please your power one. Thanks. Thank you for being here. Wonderful to see. So many of you suggested moves conversation about her wonderful book thing, unburied, sing. I was amazing. I was on a street simply. How how one can tell the measure the good book? What makes outstanding. Good. I'm also it's stays with you off to finish tweeting. And this show is one of those books. I don't think I've read in the last ten years since stay with me as this type is heck me. Thinking about your feelings, your characters, that conflicts courage, and I think it's remarkable achievement, so we're gonna talk about it today. I'm looking forward to. Begins with a scene of mine. Standing. Shocking violence little boy children and his grandfather who he calls Paul to slaughter a goat, and you tell the count the scene in judges voice civic who his emotions, his fear, and his hesitation, and his wearing that his grandfather will witness that fair, which he tries right much to hide just to me about why you choose to start the book in that way. Beginnings are always did for me to write the because I'm, I consider myself linear writer, so I have to right from the beginning to the end. So before I begin a drafter of any of you of any work, I have to figure out what is the best, where's what is the best moment to enter the story. What is moment that will. I like like that demand on the reader sort of focus in. Against think about where the story is going. The navy, I guess concerns of the world might be. And I knew. Sorta from that. Figure prominently in in seeing unburied sing. So I thought, well. I should probably again. Probably begin with the scene where Cantor's debt. And that's the moment that I, that's the moment sort of the moment that you know that Jinju one into into the story was. So why one story with the go. I think it's an accurate reflection of. Of something of an event as usual where I come from. And I think that surprises from people when I tell them that we position. It's called usual where I come from to. On my family comes from less usual in sculling. But Intel is bring us powerfully visibly in two story into the circumstances of these people's lives where that kind of that data occurrence death banana. As Joe, Joe MS. Tell us about Joe. Why did he come from? Who is waiting to come from Joe? So normally when I. When I'm so I I cast about ride is right. So I use a brainstorm and try to figure out, you know what going into work on next than I liked to. Find ideas while working on a book. Right? So, you know, I'll I like I was working on salvage loans. I was getting nearing the end. I thought, okay, I need to know what I'm working on nice in. So I began to try to figure out who I wanted to write about next because for me is all about here right now, you know who who interested right about manouevres woman way or girl like, where am I going next. And. What happens is gonna sound a little nutty, but. Kinder- appears to me right when I'm doing my brain swimming Ramos driving care, and you will appear in in in some ways, whatever. I guess I'm ki whatever. Will draw me to that character that. I guess characteristic is appear via beginning. So clarify Joe. Joe pop into my head. He was thirteen year old races growing up in the modern south. And so what drew me to him is first of all the fact that he's experience for it. So he comes from a family, you know they're black or white, and because he's thirteen, he's at his age where he's trying to the now, right? So he's trying to figure out what it needs to be a man in Mayorga what it needs to be a black man, what it means to be a black man, our what needs to be son or father or a sibling either so much that he's wrestled with I, I think that he came to new the new space because I knew that though. Those. Struggles for him. Right, rose. These ideas would be the struggle that he was going through. Right? Trying to figure all of this out. We'll be very incident one with a father with a grandmother like PA. The mother like unit with a father, like Michael with a grandmother, like Joe's. It won't even acknowledge him. So he is, you know, he came to me, I and I, I wanted to stay with him because I wanted to figure out I wanted to. I wanted to go along on his journey in see what conclusions came. He came to. It makes complete sense, doesn't not who toll of writers begin with the character fascinated by the way stories natio- you'll noble plans overlap. I took into a writer not long ago. Could Monica, Andy. You said I find it very hard not to be thinking about something. All the time, even though you'd have food to the end of the book at the same time, the next Mike. Crofts taking on the next one's coming. This I mess. Leoni is mother who is a person with a great many personal problems. And. Husband is my co and he is his father. Michael is white. Leonie is black. And they have a very difficult Asian should. And soon Joe, Joe lips with his grandfather and grandmother. Cools impel doesn't choline Michael. Those this names. His relationship with Neo. Was as an extraordinary portrait of a mother, son relationship, just read purpose to has dental sister code my Canada who he is becomes basically responsible for because Leonie count any addiction problems. And he says, at one point of his mother to his mother, Haley groans cries. I don't want they're giving her that the mothers making motion for I didn't want any giving her that I know not what she thinks she needs to do, but she ain't. My shame should never heal nothing or grow nothing in her knife and she'd unknown. And the native on. He says. In same. See, I want to tell her, you didn't know what you're doing and then you ain't mum, but I don't why. Why we bubbling up in the more to the neighbors. The words hinted my throne, she might hit me. I did not to when I was younger when I was eight or nine. And then one day she slapped me across my face enough that every time I've been my mouth to her, so could against her. She did that. So I stopped. So Jerry Lipson this constant state of fear. How. When I read when I when I read judges and even have him so perfectly and you give him his own voice, how did you draw that out of yourself. He

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"mike croft" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"mike croft" Discussed on No Agenda

"I got a faraday bag and it works oh brother yeah so faraday wallet yeah but the verde bag for the phone that's really nice that works well and my zombie nights came in i haven't impacted yet the things got to be huge it's like a like three young given to carry that around no i've just i was just an off handed mentioned it's not part of the ot giant gotta have a blade but having lots of time to think about i still think even with its limitations the two way pager and it's really works very well for me you know i got a couple of email rules it tells me you know little forward an email for people i definitely want to know they sent me an email you're one of them i still got to put a rule in that says if there's an attachment don't bounce back the email confuses people the text messaging tina she's she's so cool just text me on my pager to tell her she knows exactly what to do she got it has transitioned beautifully she's ripped everything off her phone that she can yeah it's it's disturbing it's just disturbing i'd say yes but there's you know there's also something called mike croft i'm looking open source things and that's an open source voices system so you can control it would it does or doesn't do with your data and you can still connected to your lights and other things without going through third parties named after sherlock holmes is brother mike was his name microsoft.

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"mike croft" Discussed on Bad Voltage

Bad Voltage

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"mike croft" Discussed on Bad Voltage

"Right what about i will be doing any voice stuff toll the polls on this pacific toped microphone much still experimental secondly i've turned on but i could turn i'm not forced into it assuming you're also putting your tax returns into shoebox cobb filming my living room freedom to be don't have trump comes anymore yeah i've written some skills at experimented with some stuff but donna yet with michael community and that was that was interesting still some white to go into the making the thing friendly and goody add their adventures dysfunctions because it's real computer is said jay you you can make skill everything you wanted just python code buzz shut out two things awebber everyone's which is great but it also means it's a lot harder to make skills robust and well without skills and sell because you've got no limitations thing can do now i've question you you posted a video of you say mike croft who is john bacon and then it said full i thought was quite funny i noticed that when you ask the question and then before answered this quite delay yes always delight there is okay yes yeah doc pausing the camera asking it a different question are smart raked in the slightest the race because i was expected to ask questions to get a sense of it i thought i wonder what it does about night because obviously it name is a dictionary word right so speech recognition mission on is difficult.

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"mike croft" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"mike croft" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"A thirty four year old michael gambine charles gray oh 007 yes yes he we played blow field he was blow feld in diamonds are forever it's right yeah he played the criminal gist in rocky har uh any also played mike croft homes on the jeremy brett granada sherlock series i'm sure he was great at that yeah yeah yeah he was great it was terrific and everything he is dry as a bone yes man this is a very dry british film uh as is one might expect in it's a it's a wear wolf whodunnit based in large part on the agatha christie a book in movies and then there were nine so the film climaxes with a scene in which everyone gathers in a parlor and they're tested with i think a silver candlestick they pass it around to see whose aware walton and this is the only movie that i know off to feature a wear wolf break this is a brief intermission for the audience to discuss theor theories on who the where wolf is and then vote on the where wealth before you get the biegel reveal in the movie now the really great version of this would be that the audience vote determines which real they load into the projector and becomes the where wolf in the final seen yeah i'd i'd the that was not the case though it was due to just a chance to discuss what you thought about the about the the movie up to that point but i feel like we need more where wolf breaks in our films even a non where will films right say for instance you're watching glengarry glen rice the movie yeah okay there no actual worlds in it but there i think it's constructive to have a point where the audience talks about who might be aware wolf while there's a there's a burglary seen like he adds a pause to discuss film and everyone pauses and goes into a extremely profanity laced discussion about who broke into the office and stole those leads right.

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"mike croft" Discussed on No Agenda

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04:44 min |

"mike croft" Discussed on No Agenda

"Of course call log sms log history for android users who have these setting sink they might not know that information about how users use i like this this verbiage we also store and track and analyze information about how users use features like our camera i just thought that was pretty brazen unless is there facebook camera that i don't know of you're asking me yeah well i i don't use facebook and i don't follow him that closely to know this but not that i know of i just thought it was fun that they said our camera the less time i checked it was looking into what they saying our camera i don't know the location of a photo data file was created gps location camera voters information found through device settings purchase made from third party data providers the the thing that you rarely think about is the photos because they're not just analyzing photos on location data and aperture settings they're analyzing what's in the photo hey i see a lot of dog picks guess what you're going to get i mean that's you don't really think about it but all these websites where you're uploading pictures they can they can know where it is just by analyzing the background sometimes i think that's that that technology i think there it was incredibly incredibly foolish for people to s put personal photos on the internet and yes in flicker or anyplace vase loader because if i'm hiring and i'm doing due diligence let's say it's at a high level i'm gonna just first thing i'm gonna do is look at those photos in front of your like goofball right of drunks they ham drunk look they post these photos of themselves being drunk or goofing around or but stupid stuff down i would it's negative is not a good positive thing for you to do what would you do it they don't care don't care they don't care that's pretty much yeah figure we have quite an interesting situation here in the common law condo as one of the keepers daughters staying with us for the summer she has final year of school coming up and you know by had the amazon talking tube and everyone used that for the shopping list and turn the lights on and off and i got rid of it and brought in mike croft which is the open source one which is slow and buggy and it works it works but it doesn't work the same and so now they're all pissed off at me like there's a piece of shit together yeah i got it to do the i got it to control the roku yesterday i'm quite pleased with myself thinking you can just say show the umbrella qabail kimmy schmidt on netflix and switches and starts playing it yeah that's actually a time saver oh yeah best sages unbelievable monster time i mean hours i'm telling you in ten years they'll be a lot of this and i'm riding the wave baby i just don't want to ride the wave with the with with the big corporations silicon valley i love the technology and by the way it's all regular expressions every single skill as they call it the so called ai it's just regular regular expressions just going every possibility of the words you use is stored and for ready access and you know the the actual translation from speech attacks that works pretty reliably and then it just run to this whole database of well what the hell did he mean does know hey i in there no artificial nothing it's grip on it out yeah anyway i was a little perturbed on sunday as i was watching the tonys which i thought was a fantastic show i didn't get any clips i guess there's no reason you can't get a good clip of the of the deniro thing yeah i got a good clipper that narrow thing you got it where it was uncensored in australia the feed was not censored but let me tell you my experience rooker on excited i got tony fever and i thought it was great and you have those all kinds of those some funny stuff like the hosts by i'll tell you i was stunned by josh grogan very that guy can deliver some lines now he's not only good calm but he's a good singer oh very now like now the girl is a real you know broadway singer she's a superstar and she wrote all i'm pretty sure she wrote all the comedy songs.

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