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Fresh update on "mobley" discussed on Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks

Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks

00:40 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mobley" discussed on Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks

"Time now for your K NPR half past head my half past headlines on these sports Sports league. Kruger. If you have passed headlines giants off after losing two out of three to the Pirates yesterday, they're back at it tomorrow, the first of three at Oracle Park Giants and Dodgers Little showdown. In late July. Here in the N L West. Now the major League Baseball trade deadline is Friday. Lots of rumors in the rumor mill. The latest is that the Padres and Dodgers are both after Minnesota's writing Starting pitcher Jose Barrios Barrios, maybe the top starting pitcher on the market If the nationals opt to keep Max Scherzer. There's also a report that both those teams in and the Giants Have interest in Royals pitcher Danny Duffy Duffy had battled some injuries earlier in the year Now, John Morose, he says, the A's want Pittsburgh closer Richard Rodriguez. That's been a problem spot the A's all year Thursday night. NBA draft Warriors owned the seventh and 14th pick. Chad Ford from ESPN dot com says they'll use it on Jonathan Dominga and Chris Duarte woke bomb today says Detroit doesn't know if they're taking cheek. Kate Cunningham, They're still debating between Jalen Greene, Evan Mobley or Cunningham. Texas and Oklahoma are going to bolt the big 12 for the SEC after 2025 football notes. Niners opened camp on Wednesday in Santa Clara 10 17 will be the practice time Niners releasing Defense Foundation Hall over the weekend and X Niner. Daniel Kilgore retired 10 years in the NFL with the Niners, Dolphins and Chiefs. And the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport says Aaron Rodgers is planning to play for the Packers this year, citing a couple people close to the quarterback. Packers report to camp tomorrow Those are your half past headlines. You're back with T K B with a prop bets are played and Pippa's are poured. Here We go on both sides of the dial KNBR one Oh 45 FM in 6 80 af, the sports leader. KB on a Monday. Larry Kruger, Tom Tolbert, Rod on vacation Giants Dodgers starting tomorrow night, Man. Lamont waves playing great What's far, Hans? Best move Gausman, Wade.

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Fresh update on "mobley" discussed on Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks

Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks

02:09 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mobley" discussed on Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks

"When's the last time you heard that you guys usually transfer because they're not getting up shots and my coaches let me play point guard on the ball, my hands it up. This guy's going. I need to learn to play defense. That's the highest level and he goes to Virginia. Um, but he is. He's uh, you know, incredibly efficient can really shoot it Legit 69. He can guard multiple spots, but he's not. You know, it's not like he's going to go one through four or anything, but he's legit. He's a really good player, and I think it's going to continue to improve. The seven pick is the one that really interests me the most. I mean, I think there'll be a lot of options at 14 that are better than you would normally have. Like. I think this is the best draft. I can remember since three You know, I don't keep a list or anything. It's as well where it goes. Oh, 36, So not like I don't do all that. But it's the best I can remember. But my memory's fading uh but I what? What? What I would say, like seven. I don't think that Scotty Barnes is going to be there. Initially. I did, but I don't think he's going to be there. I If I were golden State, it would be hard for me to turn down Davian Mitchell of, uh, Baylor. Um, he is such a stud defender, an explosive guard. He may be small. He's only 62. But that dude is legit. And but there are so many good options there. I just don't know, like your point about coming is really good, because you know if Clay comes back healthy And he got Stefan Clay. You don't really need another. You don't necessarily need another guard right now, um, and having having a front court player that's versatile and super athletic. I get that, but there are a lot of really good wings in the draft. There are a number of ways you could go, but But to me, Mitchell would be really hard to turned out. Yeah. What are his negatives Because I love the biggest one. I love about him. It's just his competitive nature like he's a bulldog he gets after you. He's not afraid. He's got the body to guard ones, and probably the body to guard guys that are That are taller than him as well. So I love that. He's a little older and come in and hopefully if they drafted the thought would be you know, he could be a playmaker and kind of help run that. That second unit. Uh what are the negatives on him is its size. The biggest one. That's what it is to me, and I've kind of gotten over that a little bit. You know, I used to be biased towards big guards. But in today's NBA, it's not as necessary. I don't think it's a bad thing to have a bigger guard. You'd prefer that But I agree with you like he's He's a stud competitor. He is relentless. He guarded. Um, he guarded Kate Cunningham when they played Oklahoma State and Cunningham 68. So you know he can get up underneath just about anybody and make it really difficult. Um, I just think he's He's one of those guys that even though he's a little bit older, he's you know, he finishes junior year transfer from Robert and all that stuff. Um, he's not going to fail. He's going to do really well, now is he going to be? Are there other guys that maybe turn out to be long term? Higher ceiling better prospects that that's certainly a consideration and there are a number of players in this draft that you're going to be able to get At a later point the draft then you would expect given the talent level. So you know another draft like the top four picks, I think in other years, not every other year, but in other years, you would consider worthy of the number one overall. And, uh, you know, to have to have got you know the guys that they're like. Jalen Suggs, Jalen Greed. Evan Mobley, Kate Cunningham. All those guys in another given year could have gone number one. Um, And so that's why it reminds me a little bit of both. Three. You know, you had because, remember back in three like we were. We were, you know, all fallen all over ourselves over LeBron and rightfully so. But I don't remember anybody saying, Hey, Chris Bosh, Dwyane Wade. That decision is between two Hall of Famers to Hall of Famers. You know, we didn't say that. There's nobody goes out on that limb. But But I think we have similar type decisions this year. Where, you know and again saying Hall of Famer is a limb You don't want to go out on where these guys are 19 years old, You know, LeBron, you knew the other guys. You don't seem to know, Or I don't know at least But I'm not going to be pounding the table. If somebody takes Evan Mobile number two. I ranked him number two if he goes ahead of Jalen Green, you know, I don't think people are going to there's going to be anybody that says, Why don't understand that that doesn't make it. Of course, it makes sense. It's not a bad pick it off. Uh, you know, it's funny. We had muscleman on J and and he was Eric Muslim and from Arkansas, and he was saying that, uh, you know they Razorbacks couldn't even bring it up the floor against Mitchell that he was just so interrupted everything they did. Two guys that I love in this draft. One is Mitchell's teammate, Jared Butler was the most outstanding player in the Final four. For some reason, this guy's now 24th on the list. I mean, I think he can play point guard in the NBA. I know he some people view him as an undersized, too. I see him as a point guard. I really like him. I think I think he's going to steal and and the other guy is the 18 year old kid. I want your thoughts on him, who played in Um, in Turkey's sang goon. He's got like Kevin McHale drop steps and all. He's got a little post game that you just don't ever see anymore. Is he the next Yokich and everybody is going to be talking about him in five years or you're not impressed. No, I'm impressed. I don't know. I hesitate to say yo, Gish, Because we're you know, you're talking about a guy who is just the name the M V p, But, you know, remember, Yokich was a second round draft pick. Um so it shows how much we You know how much we collectively know about all this. I think it's less likely that we're going to. You know you're not going to know as much these days about players that you know, as back in the day where we didn't have as much like you can see these guys left and right on tape all the time. If you don't you know if you're unable to see him as much in person. Every game is on synergy or all these.

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Fresh update on "mobley" discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show

WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show

00:26 sec | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mobley" discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show

"What did I see him? But no, I said, out of bounds last the challenge owned by the way, I don't think after actually said out of bounds, I see that it bounce as well as strongly implied other banks without saying so in bounds for this one, BT because look Pistons If they're going to, um, you know, need an elite player and I'm not saying it that Kate Cunningham or any of these other top kids in this draft, Mobley probably aren't going to be like elite superstar players, but none of them are guaranteed. They're all like little tiny question marks. And so if I'm the Houston Rockets And I know that I am on a trajectory. That's not, you know, it's it's a little bit steep to get relevant. I want Kate Cunningham, because this is the kid that could potentially grow into.

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Fresh update on "mobley" discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

01:36 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mobley" discussed on Houston Matters

"Looks like maybe we just for the moment lost. Kelly. Go. He's back. Okay. Good. The Rockets could surprise some Kelly by selecting Evan Mobley from USC. What should we know about Mobley? Globally is a versatile kid as well. He's somebody who's been Put at the center, but he's actually it's a bigger Ford. Um, you can do a lot of things that wings and and seeing some guards can do, and that's what sets him apart from the centers in this draft class. USC. He played alongside his brother, Um, and that kind of give them but somewhere of a big to line up, But I will say this about every more believe somebody who can plug and play in any line up right now in the NBA. Because he's so versatile, he's I think he's seven ft. With with the 73 win spending and can handle the ball can play pick and roll, you know, can drive convinced at the rim can stretch the floor and shoot. He is a unicorn. And there's a good reason why he's been also putting that discussion, possibly for a number one. Pick and number two as well. And then there's Jalen Suggs from Gonzaga. What should we know about him? And what would he bring to the Rockets? You don't suck. It's just a savvy point guard. Um, anybody that's looking for a floor general right now should go for jailing sucks. He's someone who can run the table. Uh, you can be your team plunder for the next 10 years. Everyone saw Gonzaga. No, the swagger and the wind and the scoring chops. But he's such a crazy passer and playmaker that People want to play around it. I think you look at guys like Chris Paul John Wall. You know, even 20 Parker. You see, players want to play around them. They have that energy people gravitate towards them because of their unselfish ability. And Jalen such as a winner just won at every level and he's a gamer. I think, in the sense that he knows how to No finesse a game and say guys up to when he can run the table. Stephen Solace if he selected jailing Suggs would be over the moon because everyone knows I'm a Taurus loves quick hitting actions. Uh, Guys. I can handle the ball and create for others P levels and complete the game at a high level. So I think the answer is also no traffic candidate. It sure sounds like the Rockets really can't Mess up, provided they maintain at least keep the second overall pick when it comes to whoever they select all as well on that front, So let's talk about these other two first round picks 23 24. Do you see a player or players that might be a number of picks ahead and worthy of trading up from 23rd, or 24th to select I think if you look at someone like Trey Murphy, somebody who's been shooting up draft boards from from the workouts recently. He's somebody who was originally projected to go end of the first round. But now I can see him going as high as 1918. I think he's somebody who if he should be on the border around that time. I think the rockets should, uh, go up and take him. Also, you look at guys like Crystal Orte shooters like Corey Kiss put. The Rockets were dead last and shouldn't last season NBA and they want to get better as a team shooting. Um There's so many guys on that list that could be had and at 23 24 of the sooner from Illinois. Yeah. Jami Springer, Sharif Cooper, a number of guys that are going to be on the board 23, but The good thing about having two paces that It's easy to package and move up. If the Olympics one team to make the right call, So I think should the draft gets around 15. I think I think you'll see activity pick up. You know what those two picks You wrote the other day that you were initially disappointed to find yourself covering a basketball team undergoing to rebuild after this franchise has been so aggressive chasing dreams of a championship that fell short. Do you still feel that way? No, no, it's exciting, like the dropped. I've learned very quickly that this part of the year is very exciting for good reason that so many young prospects to learn about so much film to watch and and so many different ops about 10 can go in and that's what makes the game so excited. You know, a team Drop. It was a crazy night. Every year, something crazy happens someone there's a reach. There's someone who falls the team that makes a big splash. And that's what makes the game so unpredictable and exciting. So now the drop is a hell of a time. I've enjoyed this coverage very much. This process is going to learn about these young guys and Seeing everything. They have to offer an NBA and why they will be successful. The next level, So it's been good. Should be fun to watch. Thursday night. Kelly Echo covers the Houston Rockets for the athletic Kelly. Thank you very much for the time. Appreciate it. Thank you for having me. Yeah. Do.

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"mobley" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

06:07 min | 3 weeks ago

"mobley" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"I'm like yeah you know what they're flashes here like there's some raw material but he also is going to have to like majorly improve all these but he's a a really young guy as well he is twenty years old now just turned twenty about ten days ago so maybe slightly older than your normal One and done guy but still obviously very young and raw and also a guy who because he's so thin you could see maybe getting better athletically as well and that could be a big part of how he could improve so there is this upside and a lot of different areas. But there's also you don't see that one thing other than maybe just being able to pass that you're just like oh this guy's gonna be going to hang his hat on as someone who were going to run offense through other than just as like a passer at the l. Should we talk about his post game a little bit sure. I thought that his post his post up game wasn't it wasn't particularly impressive for me as a score like he can't move guys well enough to really create some of those problems and i also. I wasn't the biggest fan of mobley's touch around the basket like when he can get all the way ensure yeah absolutely but like the kind of like the five foot six foot shot. I didn't love it. Well yeah you know it's interesting. I thought it seemed like he would get good. Looks more than he would make them outta posts ups. And that's a good way to describe it. I i had an articulated that. But that's that's a little bit harder for him to get the ball sometimes because he will get fronted or or whatever they did a decent job game to and he had twenty three percent usage. Which for this player type is totally fine. It's not dominating but it's hard for big man to get the ball lot as well 'em again. The skill level was obvious. I think he gets great extension on his jump hook if he's able to get to that he's able to step around guys. He's got up fakes. He can go right. Shoulder can go left shoulder. He can shoot a turnaround. He's got a left handed hook as well now. The post up numbers were not particularly impressive on synergy whereas these more efficient on other types m you know i think kind of that finishing and the touch came into play. And that's that's a big part of it right just whether you can make that shot. Go in you. Nickel yokich and de'andre aiden. They have that. And i don't know if been mobely does but he's still is skill level is very high and yeah you know he is not going to be able to back down but he can kinda work at a position go back and forth step around guys then get guys out of position. Step through do if you put a gun to my head. And say hey. Is this going to be someone where it's like. You're gonna throw the ball against another center and having to work. I would say probably not if you have them against us a small against a switch and particularly because he can triple you know maybe he could dribble into that as well. you know. maybe that's something you might see me think even ran like a like five one pick and roll at one point and made a nice pass out of it to a shooter so again there's like i'm not ruling out the possibility that he keeps. Be good at posting up or that. He could be good against switches or against smaller players. But he's just he's thin enough. He's just i he doesn't. He doesn't screen to me like oh man. This guy is just going to overwhelm you. We got a double team here because he's posting up against our small forward and it just going to be a disaster for us and now now we're in rotation right like maybe get there. Maybe he doesn't. I would say more likely than he doesn't I think you would need to get stronger. And more athletic as well or he's got to become a better shooter in or have pick and pop where you have to switch them on pick and roll as well His a part of that's part of why the second game i watch for mobely. After the wash gonzaga. I was against washington state and you know looked at box scores. I don't know a ton about even the pac twelve were my alma mater is offered about. Did you know that. The pac twelve conference champions because Because bill walton reminded us of that every go to these games that i watched a approximately it was phenomenal. The joy that i had listening to snippets. Bill walden just it it. It just made my it made parts of my week but so the washington state game which did not have belongs commentary because it was it was the game at wazoo. Were film from this. Really weird high camera angle. Which i kinda loved for evaluating evan defense. But that was a game that i chose deliberately because moby had twenty points. Eleven rebounds six blocks. And i'm like okay. This is e. He had a couple of games. Were scored more points but against a against the pac twelve opponent and everything else like that somebody okay. This is going to be evan. Mobely like he's gonna had this really good game. They won against washington state and he did play well to be sure but offensively scored those twenty points. He never was like oh crap like on individual plays or anything else like they weren't like sending sending too many doubles. They were the what the washington state cougars were. Not freaking out that much about evan. Mobley's offense and i thought that that was notable when you think about you know the dramatic increase in talent. That's gonna come in mobiles going to get better but the talent around him both on his team and against him is going to jump up to. Yeah now that said it's just it's tough for big guys to dominate in college in. There's not a lot of space here. you don't have a ton of shooting just. It's hard to enter the ball. 'cause there's defensive three seconds and all all that So as a finisher and gets into pick and roll but too he definitely if he gets it a little bit on the move he can pop up and kind of get his head near the rim. You're like oh dunk that fast. Does it have the greatest second jump at least at this point is career and is not that quick off the floor he can get. I don't know if he's going to be like a go. Grab it at the corner of the backboard type guy as elliot finisher you know. I think he can have solid gravity. I would consider it more above average same thing around the rim to like he can definitely get up and dunk it in ways. That are a little bit quicker than probably your average. Nba center buddies. I i don't know that. He's not like unbelievably close now. Maybe that's something that because he's so thin maybe he could really improve that explosion. Become a more powerful jumper and again. He's got pretty decent left and right hand and he's got to learn to deal with getting bumped a little bit more. You know..

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"mobley" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

05:52 min | 3 weeks ago

"mobley" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"On whatever device you want. We usually just cast ours from my phone and masterclass dot com slash cap space for fifteen percent off master. And don't forget that /capspace your else in another. You came from us. Talk about the offense now. And i the actually. Most impressive skill for him for me was his passing average. Two point four assists per game which for a college. Ba guy is really good. But he's made the right decision nearly every time. I was really impressed like if the team was playing zone. And he got the ball at the foul line. He would make the right pass. If he got double teamed us able to find guys on the weak side even more impressive is that you know he likes to face up and drive and handle the ball and he's able to make plays on the move. It's not even necessarily here like we talked about bam out of bio who's been a great guy running so the d. h. o. Game out at the elbows but then when he actually like puts his head down to try and score a head stays down. He isn't able to make the play yet. I thought globally actually was able to do that when he got double teamed. Or when he would get into the lane and didn't necessarily have anything he would like find cutters along the baseline or kick it out to the correct shooter. If there is a guy who had to on the weak side he would pick the one who is. There's a beautiful play that he had one of the games where he kind of drove on the baseline got caught underneath and then was able to just do a little lay down pass to his brother for an easy layup as he was trapped underneath the basket so just really impressive suffering one of the better especially for a freshman one of the better passing bigs that i've seen so i think he's absolutely profiles as one of these guys that you can run everything through at the elbow. Which i i really liked that as a starting point for his game because i don't necessarily see him as a i think it's possible can get there but i think probably more likely than that. He's not going to really be a dominating one on one score right and the mobely offensive game is so fascinating. I i love to his interior passing like especially to his brother isaiah but that that isn't something you normally see from from big men ever like in college but especially from from a high end one who you know just not. There's not a ton of opportunity. Those look good. I also thought that mobley's passing vocabulary was better than most big jets bounce passes like two guys that were cutting and other that you just don't see very often that was very encouraging in the other reason why i think that's you brought up the kind of the limitations with him. As a score is that it could see a radically feed into a an overall game where moby could be a jump shooter as well and mobely shoots a pretty easy ball now. He only shot twelve of forty which is thirty percent on threes this year but sixty nine percent from the line is terrible and then he only mobile only took twenty five mid mid-range shot so that's as energy defines it that seventeen feet to the three point line but he was thirteen to twenty five and i thought that his the mechanics on his shot looked pretty good so i don't think that mobile is going to be able to do the yokich game of you know make passes and then if you get a smaller guy on draw double or if you get a smarter guy you just believe the crap out of him. I don't think nobody has those those physical tools or the skill tools to get there. But i think he can do some other things that are that are potent. And maybe that doesn't make him the same type of hub as the best like. I don't know that he can do the kind of like the d. h. o. Attacking for a score. The way the bam can do like we saw in the eastern conference finals in the bubble but this is a really nice place to start and its unconventional. But i think it could work you know. I think he's offense other than maybe as an offensive rebounder. I think he is pretty solid in just about every area as a big and you mentioned the shooting my guess would be that is shooting is going to be okay but not like a five alarm fire. We gotta guard. This guy is gonna hit forty percent of his threes. got like a little. I don't know that i'd go quite as far as the easy ball that you said. I think it's a little bit flat. A lot of his shots were shorts. He'll he can face up. And i'm by more mechanically like his lower body is really smooth. Rather than the way it is in the air. Yeah so so. I guess And there are times that he could like bus. Something out off the dribble. They're like times when he would just really out. Nice moves author like there's one time he caught it triple threat near the free throw line and did a jab step right and then between his legs and then i think he actually like set up a pass out of that to a guy underneath which was really impressive. So is he going to get to where he can like ice. Oh and shoot a step back like many of these things. Where i'm like. Okay like they could happen right. He's still a bit of a top of the rossa and he obviously has a very high skill level. Already the balls gotta go in the basket. I think he could get the footwork easily enough. And has the athleticism get some separation and shoot a step back or shoot a fadeaway out of the mid post or maybe face up and drive as well so maybe he could have a little bit of that ice. Oh game. I would say the odds are against it. I don't think he has like an unbelievably fast for step. I don't think that his jumper is going to be like. Oh man this is just like so good that we can't we gotta get up on them and then we're worried about blowing by but i think all those things are possible right like he. He's this is why again. I feel like i don't have a great feel for him because you'll watch him do some of these things and you're like oh the sexually could be pretty good. It's just you wonder is it. Kenny will actually be able to evolve this. You see these flashes. Kenny evolve this particular skill. And you feel that way about his post game you feel that way about his face up game other than the passing you know basically every aspect his pick and roll game as well as either a pick and pop guy or a roll man. I'm like yeah you know what they're flashes here like there's some raw material but he also is going to have to like majorly improve all these but he's a a really young guy as well he is twenty years old now.

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Why USC's Evan Mobley Is the Best Big in the 2021 Draft

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

01:56 min | Last month

Why USC's Evan Mobley Is the Best Big in the 2021 Draft

"For the next two months in advance of the two thousand twenty one nba draft that is scheduled for july twenty nine. We're going to be dedicating an episode of beyond college basketball. Podcast to notable prospect. Same way we did in advance of last year's nba draft. We started this series last week with a twenty two minute profile of kate cunningham. If you missed it and you're interested don't find it today. We will turn our attention to another prospect who seems like lot to go in the top five of the two thousand twenty one nba draft. His name is evan mobile. he's a seven foot center. Who averaged sixteen point four points. Eight point seven rebounds. Two point nine blocks in two point four assists in thirty three point nine minutes per game in his one season at usc shop fifty seven point eight percent from the field. He was the pac twelve player of the year freshman of the year and pac twelve defensive player of the year. He was a consensus second team. All american who led usc to the elite eight of the ncaa tournament. Most mock drafts have him second or third in this. Two thousand twenty one. nba draft. So let's start with this dead leg. Is evan mobely to you clearly. Unquestionably the best big in this rat. Yes i think. That is unquestionable. We agree. I mean at this point. How about this. How about this for a quick complica- compare him to a recent big one. He played against and was good against james wiseman to me mobilize more versatile player with the higher upside and a year ago in a weaker draft. Class what's interesting is wise men went second moby might wind up going second or third we mentioned in the previous partly sided. I don't think he's going to go. I in this draft because of centers. And how they're viewed and how their role is changing By the year but it is interesting like if you put mobile wiseman even knowing what wise. Men's out like a year ago i would have said the same thing i think i would still take mobely over wise men coming out of college and we agree on the sofa. If we agree there yes mobis got to be the best big available in this

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"mobley" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

01:46 min | 2 months ago

"mobley" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"I think it's a 'nigma dot com okay. Where can people see the film right now. Is doing the festival circuit. Oh it's actually Not finished yet. they're cool. I still in post production. I think because it's just the two of them And there's a lot of the fax center so they're having to build all that stuff themselves and you know it takes takes time. Did you do any green screen work at all done that before. So that was fun. They're working on it right now today. Kind of show you to give you an idea what you're going to be acting against her with. Definitely they explained everything how it work and and so it made sense. I i didn't. It wasn't too bad because it's just like tv screens basically So it wasn't like i was having to act against other you know. Cg actors or anything so some of the cast had to do that but not me My cats mate from the other side Corey ralph's who plays molly outta the comedy comedy. Relief larry's guy he's in a 'nigma and So we were worked together on that as well but yeah definitely. You're listening to what i think. Dig it and they can check out the website and should be out. I don't know. I'm i'm guessing in the next several months so cool. Absolutely well certainly. Yeah we looked for 'nigma as well even just a 'nigma the 'nigma the movie dot com. Great thank you man. All right tommy. Great talking to you. Same here man. You take care take care all right bye. Bye bye special. Thanks to chase masterson. Look for nathan and yesterday was a lie and check out the other side on dvd. And 'nigma sounds like an interesting project as well until next time on sci-fi talk this. Is tony tomato. Thanks so much for listening. Hi this is nathan molly from the other side and yesterday was a lie. You're listening to sci-fi talk..

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"mobley" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

07:42 min | 2 months ago

"mobley" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"To show everything that happens. I like when he will lead you into a scene and then stop. What's going on because you know what's going to happen next to times films tend to show too much and particularly this film. Another thing that i liked was the blood and gore. And there's there there's enough blood dissatisfied those who love that. But i mean and you know you're covered in some scenes to the infamous. Cairo syrup Is that was there. Was one other shot. That was worse but actually didn't make it into the film and i was kind of upset because it was so bad but anyway we'll talk about that but Yeah that that. That scene where i basically being born into hell so you know. Use your imagination with mine tail. But i essentially had just kook nasty grossness all over my body in addition to the blood There was like i don't know why. Let them do this. But there was bassolino all over my hair. You know everything which looks cool. Because it's all slimy and stuff but it takes about seven days for that stuff to get out of your hair boy. It's gross don't ever try that but I mean yeah we any any means of you know. I think there's another guy. Another actor on on the movie chris burns is a good friend of mine and it could actor and he He also did a lot of special Special effects and things like that and I think he made it his personal mission to just make me is uncomfortable. Gave you such a hard time. But it looks great. Know does pain and temporary films forever so every every minute of it. No i did like You know the. I guess it kind of goes with the quote unquote birthing scenes. In hell anyway so it really makes it work. And he was one shot of you. Were up against the wall. He has a distorted camera angle. And you know like very disoriented and it's just like it was a really cool shot and you know the the look everything the location and then your performance it just it takes you there. You know it takes you there into the environment. So that was really cool. Yeah thank you very cool now. You did another film. This was actually. I understand a bunch of directors that direct to different segments of films be called the nightmare collection. Yeah a while back yeah. Was that like your first venture into hard doing that one. Yeah that was. Actually i think that was actually the first film i ever really. I cringe a little bit. When i watched that one. Because i you know i'd never done it and so it's kind of like i think. Oh yeah that's that's so long ago but yeah it was with a guy named Bill bill johnson bill flat johnson who to some horror film fans. He might be somebody they recognize because he did a lot of a lot of special effects makeup for horror films and such and He was he made the film and it was fun though. We had a good time. Cool well. You know the yesterday yesterday. We'll be looking for that in the film festival circuit and then eventually Certainly we'll hope to see that on the big screen and then eventually dvd but the other side available right now so aside you can get Think wherever dvd's our souls so yeah pick it up. It's a it. i mean. I think you'll agree with me. It's it's a fun entertaining movie. It's something you'd watch on a weekend or something stuff just to get away. It's the kind of movie that people used. We used to love to watch movies at parties. That's one of you know you're you're with your buddies and you're and you're just getting into it and just having a good time you're laughing in the right places you're going. Oh man in the right places and stuff like that. It's the kind of indie movie that evokes the glory days of the movie. You now you know rather than the these kind of get a bad rap. sometimes they. they're treated more like dc days but But i mean like like the for example in grind house planet terror. Would robert rodriguez that kind of feeling to it. You know and You know a little bit of humor but but action and and really some very ambitious things for you know for an indie film. So that's That's a good rental. I really again at the very least. That's a good rental so definitely it is and it's not you know you think of any film thank talking head and you know static locations and things like that. But it's got a lot of a lot of excitement. This one moves. It really does move. I mean it. The locations are everywhere. Now it's really what impressed me is like you know. They must have shotted mortuaries and stuff like that too. I mean it was just amazing. 'cause 'cause the dead comeback from all different places and there's even a hurson there folks so i mean you know and That her that her served a purpose for sure. That's for sure. But i really wanted to thank you for taking the time and those are two great projects to catch you in and really i mean the the your character doesn't what you do with it and the other side is really worth watching so thank you very much -solutely so that's that one's a must and you know we're getting close to the day. We all love halloween. So i know a good time for oh it sure is you know and it has a nice fall. Lally to it also. That was shot in the fall or the or late summer We started in the late summer and took a lot. I think we was near like the end of fall finished. Well yeah it was. It was kinda you know with what we had to do. You know we get things when we could so sure sure dude. Hey i wanted to Put you on to something else. My short field. You guys cover short cover. Short films are typically features of it. No i mean you know this. I kind of i cover the big boys. But i love doing indy and stuff like that. Because there's a lot of funding that and i'm really totally thrilled. That the stuff that's going on inside and her on the side right now. Okay all this film. I did about a little over a year ago. The short film from a couple of really talented guys. Actually the one of the guys that did the. That's doing the All this cgi for it. was our subaru Cgi supervisor for the other side. it's called a 'nigma and it's like a side sci-fi kind of a thriller. I guess you'd call it. What do you play in play Like lieutenant character who comes in and basically similar to similarly to dilemmas. And i give a lot of expedition but but it's done in a fun way but it's about a ship that's out floating in space and and all the true is dead so they're trying to kind of mystery why why why everything happened. Oh it's kind of like the allegations in space. You know the famous ship. That was found empty like that. Or whatever your school very. So it's It's a couple of guys. That matt. And jason sean way and i think they're going to end up doing simple stuff. 'cause they're really talented and they wanna do sci-fi that's what their thing. Hey we should talk out here. i'll give you. The website gives us the website. Everybody can go listen. See it's a 'nigma..

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"mobley" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

07:29 min | 2 months ago

"mobley" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Make it. Look seamless and editing. There was one shot where i think. The camera was tilted in a way where you'd see several floors at the same time and i think you're going in one direction with one reaper. And then somebody else's being chased below you and it's happening at the same time so that was that was a cool thing and you know when everything's cut together. It seems like one continuous flow. Yes like kind of. It's just a chaotic battle. Yeah but it was. Cut it together brilliantly. I really liked the pacing of that scene and it was something we really haven't seen before. So i i really appreciated the the originality of it a little bit so i was school. The whole mythology that he created for the movie was pretty neat. And i think the whole concept of it that wants to help people get away. People managed to get out. Yeah yeah yeah. I love it great. I think it's a terrific idea. And i kinda surprised that it hadn't been used before. I think he did a great job. With what i like to. Is you know from an emotional side of your characters. He's not just all doing these action. Things is that it's really thing you connect watching him as with his girlfriend. I mean there's enough. There's enough scenes with him early on to establish they have a pretty tight relationship. I think they're engaged if i remember. So yes they are. So they're they're pretty tight and you know they're gonna do something really cool together and then he kind of all this happens and then he Oh i have to also say for the folks when they see the scene they have the in your couple couple in the film Your character and your girlfriend's care you're like a special place and that was a great special place to join another location that we got for free that just immaculate setting it. Was you know huge waterfall. And which is up kind of north georgia area on a college campus. Oh really yeah. Yeah and I think they were a little concerned with us. Shooting up there but you know we we. We reassure them that we were good people. And when you weren't there to mess up anything we just need to get some shots and it's just it's gorgeous gorgeous himself but he he did have a nice emotional arc with her like you know. A lot of his motivation in the film is essentially. What out saying anymore she goes missing. And that's part of his motivation is to find her. So i just like that. And there are some nice little moments with him You know it emotionally that. He goes through that. I liked the videotape when he sees the video with her. I thought you know you have to really you have to really bring it that scene otherwise it just falls apart and i thought she did. I thought that was really uh goal. Was it a bit of a challenge because a lot of times you're not really with her. I mean you're seeing on the tape. You're talking on the phone. I mean it's it's is it more of a challenge when you don't have the the actual scene the person to kind of convey those feelings and do that kind of thing. Yeah definitely of course. You don't have the actor to feed off of four to you. Know to take your your your emotional cues from. Yeah there's a lot of kind of summing that you know in a vacuum a little bit buzz. Every actor has their half their ways have their ways of doing that kind of stuff and do the best. You can with what you've got and sure try to make as honest as possible. There's a great scene where Where he really blended as beautifully where there's a big important information given out on the news and you're and he's showing all these people watching the same news report and the cameras like moving and then and then it ends with you and i thought that was just talk about capturing a feeling and then sustaining and really delivering and i thought that was really a nice nice moment. Yeah i i love that shot. And i thought that was so such a cool conceit to do it that way and to show virtually in one shot i mean changing but everybody seeing the same thing at one time and kind of using a single camera move to convey all that i loved it. I thought it was driven. And you're seeing their emotional reaction to it too. Which i thought was great. I mean i really like that. so yes. that's a very indie like film kind of move. You know which. I thought was a whole the dalai shot crop. Yeah that was very like That's like hey let's go for it. You know and that was that was nice. That was really really nice. And then there's some nice scenes in the church with you that i thought were really cool to that. You did that some good stuff there too. Yeah so leah. there's some there's some interesting little things with him. there's an interesting reveal about him Towards the film we find out A little bit about his past and what happened and so that was that was cool. Did you guys actually shoot in a real hospital for some of the scenes. yeah the The hospital sequence was a a real hospital. That was not A functioning hospital okay. It was Outpatient okay so during the day during the week they would have people in one wing of the hospital then over the weekend it was completely vacated so we got permission to go in there and virtually shoots all weekend Which was a very hellacious few days. Just 'cause you know you're up. All our i mean shooting fourteen sixteen hour days or something just to get everything done and it was kinda spooky to. This place was Old and had these really creepy operating rooms. Ace meant so it really it all that kind of enhanced the feeling that that you know that this was not a safe place to be so but it was fun. It was a fun few days. And plus you're shooting not only knows it's not in sequence. It's based on location. So you're shooting everything you need from the hot. Yeah we had to go back to. You had You know you think you're done with something like oh great we're done and then you know you pick ups where you've gotta go back and get something that you didn't get or something that makes the story flow a little bit better and so we ended up having to go back but we got everything we needed. I think to one thing. And i interviewed him recently and i'm glad that he scored this film. Christopher carter's or. I thought he did a bang-up job with the music. Yeah he's amazing that one tracking shot for example the the music that he laid beneath that was perfect. Talk about capturing the mood enhancing the visuals. It was just great. I mean the score's everywhere and you know he incorporates a lot of different things but You know creepy action because you have a little bit of both You know. I mean at times to the reapers are matrix light but not really the matrix but but they're reapers but You know it was. It was interesting. And i.

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"mobley" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

07:40 min | 2 months ago

"mobley" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Know the film. You know the concept that he was gone for. I think just carries across really cool. Well he cut together some other things that people should see. And i'm not going to give away that that you would think would happen to somebody that goes in that type of situation and there's a a process where you're are there for the first time in what you're going through and you know between you're acting in the editing. It really works well. It looked like they were almost like caves or something like that or some of it was shot. Yeah it it was another thing that was so great about you. Know shooting the films that we shot in in atlanta and people were just so willing to donate. I mean we had. We had all kinds of equipment donated and and location and this is one of those locations that was kinda given to a nice which allowed us to make a film with virtually no money and make it look like you know we had all these a class. You know great locations and It was it was basically like an underground tunnel was in the front this person's yard. Yeah and you would. Never i mean would have no clue no clue no. It's like in the middle of buckhead area of atlanta and it's like like kind of a storm drain essentially but it's a really huge drain. Wow it was just big enough that we could shoot a couple of different angles and make it look like you know like thing had all kinds of tunnels going off of it stuff like that. So yeah he did some fascinating things with the camera like longshots view and you know and he distorted things a little bit and really made it look like something we're not used to seeing a imagination goes a long way you don't need to. The best example is ever seen spawn spun. It's been a while though the reason i'm saying it is they have a vision of hell that they did. And it's like the whole thing you know souls and all this and it's it looks like a video game it just doesn't look real and yet he was able to capture. This would probably a third of the budget for that scene but he was able to capture this cold and damp and and creepy place and really make you look like helga. The me there was other things that people should see that that also create the mood of hell which really worked down. I i really love that about it that it isn't your traditional view at all. Yeah but it's still somewhere you don't wanna be which i think is what it's about. It's somewhere that you do not want to be and not want to be in that situation and he just thought of different ways of conveying that. I've heard this said by other people to that when you have the limitations like we had a huge limitation as far as budget You've got to rely on your creativity and your imagination and if you can do that do a well then you end up with something better because you don't have the money to bail you out. Well let's just throw some effects up there some you know fiji and they make it whatever. We're in huge supply of creativity and made up for relaxed budget. Now it's a challenge. It really shows. I mean there was a lot of what they the old fashioned elbow grease. I think to to really make it happen. You know and yeah. I mean we were in the actors. Were done the joke on set with like off with like you know when we were done with a scene it was time to pick up the light and load up the grip truck so when we stopped acting you know our day was over we were helping move sets and move you know. Move all the equipment stuff. But i loved it i just. It made me not more much more proud of the process and the project i took ownership of it. But that's cool. I mean they're speaking of you know some of the things you had to do. I mean you. You have to use a gun. I mean had had you used a gun at all and he capacity before shot pistols before in a range. Okay about it. So i had some experience but you know we were. We were running around hotels shooting guns so a little bit of a different feeling you get right into it. It's fun. I mean it's this kind of deconstruct the hotel little bit that one sequence which is really one of the real set pieces. I think the film for me. I don't mean the where some of the reapers because these these repairs they have a really unique. Abilities is not just you know. Just they come at you. In a lot of different ways we'll say that yeah and Or some of those stunt people that from the stunt team they were. Yeah they were. Actually i think yeah there were. There were several of them to to younger male reapers. Were were stunt guys. Okay okay also actors yeah they worked with mills and so they had. They had a lot of those expertise already going into it. What about the young women who you know the the female report i think they were I know lori. Bath edge man. Who's a friend of mine that i worked with atlanta before the before the film but She's not a person you know really does a great job. Was that female reaper. Number one or two. That was female reaper number. One okay. good good. She was good. She was very good while that was there. Were some nice stunts involving her too. Yeah and i think they had. They had a girl that looked like her. I mean yeah just like How how does this out but we have people that fortunately that looked enough like some of the actors take it double quite well. I didn't really notice You know a lot of you know you can pick movies like this today. And that was not one area. That i was very seamless. I couldn't even including your stunt with the truck. Yeah i mean. I said the nathan do that. I couldn't tell. I said hey. More power to him if he because that was quite a jump. Yeah and we'll see that. I'm tempted to say. Yeah that was me. But no wasn't they had a guy that was In my same height and bill pretty much worked out really well. There's more taught so. Stay tuned back on scifi talk. I'm tony tomato. The how much is there's a lot of time spent in the actual in well in the room. There's a little bit of time. And then there's a whole lot of time spent like In the Like i guess in the pathways at the hotel because like the hallways are like exposed outside external. Yeah so i mean so. There's a lot of that. So was there a lot of planning with you and the team has to. Who was going to do. What was everything kind of choreographed. Yeah we had to choreograph it to some degree. Because i mean i think mostly for greg's brain. He had to know what was nice about that. And he'll tell you this is that being the editor as well he could you know kind of go into his head and think okay. This is what i got to cut you next. This is what we had everything kind of ordered in his mind going into it so we would. We shot it in pieces and You know in different parts of the hotel. It kind of had a little bit. Like kinda like a shell game where You know you've got one one. You know my character disappearing around a corner and then the reaper. Coming down the other way just barely missing me. But then you know malley. And and the other refighting christie's two stories op or something. So it's like these multi level fights going on different parts of the hotel. So we and i think the trick was shoot at all independently and then cut it all together.

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"mobley" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

07:33 min | 2 months ago

"mobley" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Film noir but I really enjoy what they're doing. We yesterday was a lie. I think it's sufficiently Asteria and stylistic and everything. So i mean we're all getting bits and pieces because the film is just literally you just finished not too long ago right. Don't think they've even finished a month yet. But essentially it's has nor elements but sci fi elements as. Well yeah and that really makes for something. That's its own animal. It's not something you can candidate. Is this a horror film. Fi fell film thing so a category. Necessarily that fits into absolutely have you. What have you seen of the trailer. And i've been impressed. I really have. I mean the production values. Look first rate you know. There's a shot at kp where she's walking in the fog with a fedora and i'm sitting there going. Wow they really worked on this one. You can see it shot definitely so i mean you know. This is a For james it's a labor of love too of course but you know. I'm just very impressed with him and i think he has a very bright future ahead of him as a director too. I think he's exactly side. He's very committed in you. Spend on this thing for years. So i i really. I really hope the best for him. For the for the movie They deserve it now. Had you met some of the other actors before before doing this project no. I hadn't everyone everyone i met was were new new people to me. Really a pleasure working with with kipling chase. They're great it's been fun. Did you get a chance to meet some of the other people. Maybe you didn't work with ice to briefly like john. I only met john When we did the re- through and then maybe a couple of other like cast meetings or something like that. I remember Some of the initial initial readings way back win But that was really Because we didn't work. We didn't have any scenes together. So that's really like. I didn't really you know being a fan of films and things like that you know when i used to watch movies as a kid and even like a teenager. You thought well everybody he worked on. The movie knew each other but it works. I mean if you're not necessarily in the scene with someone that chances are you're you're not on the set of the day you know that they're working so you don't necessarily know those people get you know anytime on your voc people that nfl that our buddy. And then that's the first time they met Yeah exactly and that's of what our job you know. Make the allusion pill real. That's why they call it acting. You know when you connect with a total stranger in your your. We've been buddies for years. So that's cool. So are you going to be able to do the film festival circuit. Are you going to be able to attend some of those or i would love to. I'm not sure. I don't know where it's going to go yet but i would love to. I'm gonna do all hand to try to get to some of them. Depending on how how successful. They are getting into the into the festival. So cool yeah. I would love to. I love the i love doing that and I got a chance. The first time i got to do with the other side. Yeah we went to slam dance and a couple of other festivals and it was just a blast. I mean you're there with a bunch of other people that are trying to do the same thing and they all have a film that they're trying to promote it. It's a really encouraging fun environment. Being did you get a chance to see the other side with an audience. Yeah i did in festivals And that was the first time we've seen it with kind of an objective audience. I guess you know it wasn't people that had just worked on the film right. You know people that were paying their film festival goers but people are paying to come see hidden got a tremendous response we. We always had a really good response so toys. Nice segue into that film. I mean i thought what. I was impressed with Speaking of another director gregg. Bishop i think has somebody to keep an eye on this from this film and he's also very typically new to the process and i was just really impressed with what he did with the budget that he had. You know you can see that. It wasn't very high budget but it doesn't mean the film has to be sloppy. You know i know and then I thought i thought from all the principal actors and even the secondary actors. I think he got good performances from everybody too. So i mean i mean for you. That must have been a challenge. It was at the most physical role. You've ever done what you say. Oh definitely yeah certainly. Yeah i mean how much of it was you. Did you have anybody something for you at any part at all i did and i i did. Maybe eighty percent of the stunts. I mean i did all the all the fighting and combat type stuff which is total blast. I mean it's like a kid in the candy store because it just getting do all the stuff that every boy wants to. Do you know we had a team. That's a local stunt team there in in atlanta which is where we shot. yeah Black knight stunt at by nils on saga and he And he brought. He brought some amazingly talented people. That common basically up up the level of film by having these great stunts and one particular stunt where i jump off the hotel which is which is cool. Fun kinda highlight stunt. The film i think and they had a guy that came into that so that was not me We don't we had a few people on board for that. I saw that scene and that was definitely one of those. I didn't expect that coming kind of you know that. Was it really. Cut that sequence together so beautifully to the whole thing. That happens at the At the hotel one of the things that impressed me about You know the some of the things that he did and then that was like the the exclamation part of the scene play button. Yeah i just liked the journey of your character and what he goes through. You know so. People know it's essentially your character is safe to say character gets killed. Yeah and then. He ends up in You know the other place in the bad play and we find out why to write won't give that away for those. I haven't seen it. Some of those scenes were interesting You know how you use different type lenses and distorted things and then had you with blood and stuff and it looks like some of you guys were wearing no closer naked. Was that right or a really. That's why i joke with people. That was my first feature film already doing new things. I didn't didn't take me very long to you know do it. All but done very tastefully and what i thought. His premise in his concept was that And this is all part of the synopsis. So i'm not giving anything away but right character gives to hell. His thing was that you go to hell. You don't you don't have close. I mean thrown in there like you're like out exposed completely vulnerable. That made that made total sense to me and it. that doesn't mean that it wasn't uncomfortable. Shooting it it's definitely makes sense for you..

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"mobley" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

08:18 min | 2 months ago

"mobley" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"I'm john. Newton in the newly released yesterday was alive. Black and white indie film that you guys would love to see should be out soon and you're listening to sifi daw our coverage continues or the film. Yesterday was a lie with an interview with nathan mobley who plays the lab technician in film. We also talked to nathan about another film. He's out that you get on. Dvd call the other side and he also previews and upcoming project a short scifi film that he's working on his well. Let's go to the phones and nathan mobley. Thanks for for being on the show. I done eighth and i really appreciate it in. Yesterday was a lie. I mean you play the lab assistant but that's very misleading and movies. Because a lot of times when you just have a name. Doesn't it means smaller part. But i know in yesterday. A lot of people just have names like that cases characters singer for example so it doesn't mean anything as far as what the scope of the role is. Can you kind of describe. And i know this is a different kind of film. We don't want to give any spoilers shirt in the context of the film. What your character is Well like you said he's His job as a lab assistant. He's working in this lab where they're doing some. I guess it's okay for me to say some undercover very clandestine type work and The kind of stuff that not many people know about obviously so so hero comes to to kind of tap into whatever they're doing and the last what was great about the labs distant was created the role with that not only is he kind of giving them some pivotal information for the film but he's also Fun to play because he's Also girl crazy but he happens to be a big dork. So therein lies with rama and So these beautiful women come in and not in his wildest dreams has he. Does he ever think that this could be something going to happen to him. So they using their powers of coercion. Then and you know that beautiful woman have they they they attempt to get some of the sensitive information out of the lab system. Would that be in the sense of kipling's character of oil and so Chases singer oil on singer I wanna dance around a little bit. But essentially is this something these experiments something related to time. Yes okay it is when people pieces together with john newton's interview that we have they know that something's up and actually as it has come out that there is apparently a nazi journal. That is out there. That has like dr frankenstein. Secrets of life and death. This one has pretty much some really interesting information and concrete theories on time and manipulating it. So right so that's kinda like the the the arctic. Like in raiders law stark. Or you know the the the thing that everybody wants it or because of the film noir references this film. I guess you could say. It's like the maltese falcon and the loose of a piece of history that contains that they need to kind of you know the final piece of the puzzle spotted you come to this project Interestingly my good friend. Josh waters who Was the casting director for the film or at least in a like assistant role. I'm not sure what is title is exactly what he was helping to cast a film and we we went to high school together and and perform together and so we knew each other and he said. Hey there's this film that. I'm working on that i'm helping to cast. And there's a role at the you'd be create for and that was fiscal yet and i went in win re For james and andrew. And and we had. I think we have maybe one or two call backs and analysis about it took a while. They were they were they. Were you know securing the funding which is always An arduous undertaking for a for a independent film. Sure to a little bit of a little bit of time but then we started rehearsing getting the ball rolling as fun. How much rehearsal time did you have With the cast. Oh man we heard of. I mean we had we would get together for hersal at least like at least three weeks where we got together once or twice a week and spend a few hours working on the scene which is really a luxury because you don't hear that too often and maybe you know because it was an independent film. The smaller film have that luxury. We could get together some spare time and i loved it. I thought it was great. And you just makes you that much more prepared on the day when you go to shoot you kind of ready for anything because you've been through it all so did you start like maybe like a table reading kind of thing and then maybe do something. We're james may blocked out some things or definitely. We started with with a read initially with all the all the actors Table read and then and then we got together and started breaking down and he started rehearsing individual senior. Yeah we actually blocked it out. Got a real sense of you. Know how things are they. I think they wanted to nail down whether locations. We're going to rain. And then they had that in that rains then we start blocking and that sort of thing. It was good fun now. was locations mostly indoors or a laboratory. Somebody would have to be endorsed. I would think. Yeah all all of everything that i shot was indoor and i believe the majority of the film was Was indoors as well. I think there were a couple of like allie shots or things like that. But it's all at night. Yes so they had anything. We did endorse a block out. We're shooting during the day. We had a block out all the windows and you know really high. Very dramatic lighting thinks. it's filmed war. Yes peace so you're shooting for black and white so essentially the colors that you wear as i've talked to some of the other actors have to work for black and white. So did you wear guinea. Strange color combinations. That looked horrible in color in black and white look right on. I don't know. I don't remember honestly. I don't think my character kind of like. I said he was a little bit of a. You know he wasn't the hit. This cat you know in the world so you know anything that he wore with slightly on the dorky side. Anyway so. I don't remember the colors being especially you know clashing or anything like that from what i've seen. Everything looks great. it really plays well. Have you had a chance to see some of the film or most of it or the only thing. All that i saw was what the trailer. And then when i went into when we did. Some of the eighty are some of the dialogue recording. After the fact. I saw some of the film. Then okay cool because you're basically trying to match up and i don't know if you're if you're listening they probably do. People are so savvy these days but You do think called looping which is where you go in and the dialogue that you get on the day on the day of the shoot. A lot of times doesn't work because you've got other noises running over it or whatever and so you have to go back into a studio after the film was shot and rerecord some dialogue but it has to match precisely to you know your movements and everything so it's kind of a. It's it's difficult but it's fun. I will you a fan of fossil film noir. All did you like those movies. I honestly i hadn't seen a lot of it and I watched some more. You know when when this When we did this. But you know. I'm not.

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"mobley" Discussed on In Black America

In Black America

02:46 min | 3 months ago

"mobley" Discussed on In Black America

"It to those people to to have something meaningful to say.

Update: The NCAA Final Four Is Taking Shape

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:29 min | 4 months ago

Update: The NCAA Final Four Is Taking Shape

"Is taking shape after last night's action in Indianapolis. The Zags they're going to play tonight. But let's talk about what happened last night, first of all, top seed Baylor a number to Houston the first two teams to move into the final four after their victories. The Bears reaches semis for the first time since 1950 by beating Arkansas 81 72. Houston advances after beating Oregon State 67 61 Oregon State's dream run finally comes to an end tonight. Number one seed Michigan faces you see L. A. That is preceded by overall number one seed Gonzaga and USC. Gonzaga Senior Corey Chris kissed for the All American from King's High school is asked about the challenges facing us feed a U. S. C. S Defense in the paint. Those Mobley brothers could protect the room and they're really good at it. And It's gonna take a huge effort from us on offense in order to get the percentages that we're used to having around the rim, you know, in their reason why they've had the best two point percentage On defense in the country is because those guys are so good at what they do to above it for 15, his eggs favored by nine and women's action, you comics 1/13 straight Final four trip of the women's tournament after they beat number two. Baylor 69 67 are a McDonald, who played for the Huskies, originally in her career before transferring to Arizona led the Wildcats into the final four after being Arizona 66 53. That's her first trip to the Final four. Manners wrapped up Cactus League play with a 55 tie against Cincinnati. A Good year ballpark yesterday, so I'll open the regular season Thursday. Seven 11th pitch against San Francisco Sports at 10 40 past each hour. Tom Cutler Comma News Come on news time. 5

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"mobley" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:41 min | 4 months ago

"mobley" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Feeding down low. Isaiah Mobley, caught by Goodwin lost the handle on the ball, poked it out of bounds. And that's a turnover number 11 for USC, Oregon gets the stop Now they've got to cash in on the other end as they move from right to left. I've been bragging on grad transfer Chavez good one, but he has not been able to deliver tonight. He wants would drag has had some opportunities underneath. That was a good entry pass by Isaiah Mobley. But Goodman couldn't finish Richardson, three on the right wing that'll pinball out for Oregon. No good and a foul battling for the rebound. Eric Williams Jr. Tangled up down low and Williams picks up the personal found his second. There's that length again. She, Ms Goodwin just way too big for Richardson's working to try and get him, But he's just giving away too much. Wait and wait. Trouble Getting it in globally has the lob it in good catch by Drew Peterson. He was contested on that opportunity and went up to get it with one hand is wrong, even their guards there long. There's Petersen at the top of the key took it off the dribble handoff from Taj, defeating it down low. Mobley downloaded. Goodwin Goodwin put it on the deck, Missed the shot shot blocked. Mobley grabs it rolls it over the front of the rim. Isaiah Mobley with tomb or he's got 10 and it's 59 41, USC by 18. He's really stepped up in the last month of the season. He's playing the best he's played. In the last two years. Duarte to overrule you Idiot! The left elbow Maru He's spinning against good way working inside a little up and under move shot. Won't go rebound. Battled for end of fouls Gonna be called on Isaiah Mobley. Came in and got contact with o Maruti, and that'll send Eugene ovary.

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Mobley Bros. Lead Los Angeles' USC To 85-51 Rout Of Kansas,

Ben Maller

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

Mobley Bros. Lead Los Angeles' USC To 85-51 Rout Of Kansas,

"Tournament, the sweet 16 is now set, moving on his seventh seeded Oregon, who beat the two seed Iowa 95 80. Despite Hawkeye Start Luca Garza going for 36 points, 62. USC beat the three seed Kansas 85 to 51 11 Cedars, USC down the 14th seed Abilene Christian 67 47 Bruins make it four teams out of the Pac 12 into the sweet 16, along with USC, Oregon and Oregon State. Top seed Gonzaga is now 28 No on the season after beating eight seater Oklahoma 87 71 top seed Michigan beat eight C L s u 86 78 for the Wolverines. The only big 10 teams don't live. In the tournament started with 94, seeded Florist 85 seed Colorado 71 53 2nd seed Alabama Down the 10 seed Maryland 69 77 15 Creighton over the 13th seed Ohio 70 to 58 in the NBA. The Rocket

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Mobley Bros. lead No. 6 seed USC to 85-51 rout of Kansas

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Mobley Bros. lead No. 6 seed USC to 85-51 rout of Kansas

"So the cows eighty five fifty one dismantling the third seed Kansas gives the pac twelve four teams in the Sweet Sixteen as a a mobile hit four three pointers and scored seventeen points and everyone contributed tonight on whether showed up on the stat sheet or not and that's the reason we won by a margin that we did against such a great diversity to school I cans they are great players all American Big Brother Evan added ten points and thirteen boards as a a white had thirteen points for the Trojans who more than doubled the worst margin of defeat for the J. hawks in forty nine trips to the NC double a tournament USC finished eleven of eighteen from beyond the arc shot fifty seven percent from the field overall and nearly doubled up the J. hawks on the glass markets Garrett had fifteen points for Kansas I'm Dave Ferrie

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"mobley" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

03:19 min | 5 months ago

"mobley" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Could be smugly. Hello everybody hello. Oh as always awkward. 'cause everyone's like to talk at the same time. So let's meet everybody individually starting with first time guests on the show. Robert gallucci is here. Hey rob i how are you all i. I can't speak for all of us. But i'll speak treaty. Sam excited were okay. We're all excited to meet you. Host of clue that's right. Yeah also Motion picture that is streaming called the blackout. Correct totally correct. What's the blackout. Can you tell us a little bit about it. Blackout is independent feature and it's Takes place during a during hurricane. Sandy in new york The hurricane blows in mid party That is being from by three women. In berg twenties and a bunch of friends and men as the hurricane takes over more people come in to the party to seek shelter and a night of imperfection and compassion is revealed. The characters all right. Ed it's available to watch now. The you know a lot of times people reach out about publicist said. Hey rob blue she to come talk about this movie You know a lot of times. There's like a specific date. Were targeting but it is it is out now it's out on. Vod on all digital platforms including it. Amazon and where you can buy movies are well. I'm gonna throw down the challenge with clare kramer. If she wins again today I think both of us should In the ensuing week watch the blackout and then talk about it on the next episode. Iv because it's the type of movie. I love it's probably mostly in one location right. It sure is in fact. A lot of it was You know improvis- so it was kind of an experiment that danny the director you know presented to a large ensemble of actors to find their way through Moments in events emotions kind of on their own so it was fun. There's a lot of fun and yes it takes it takes place. Aw mostly in in an apartment in new york clear doesn't like she gets nervous when when a second location gets involved. That's just more.

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Metro Atlanta police sergeant struck, killed at Downtown Connector crash site

WSB programming

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

Metro Atlanta police sergeant struck, killed at Downtown Connector crash site

"Officer with more than 20 years on the job killed on the downtown connector while trying to help another police officer. Who was involved in a car accident, Channel two action news reporter Christian Jennings near the crash site Saturday morning, The 22 year veteran of the DeKalb County Police Force stopped to investigate a crash along the downtown connector connector that that involved involved a a fellow fellow off off duty duty to to cab cab officer. officer. That's That's when when state state troopers troopers say say another another driver, driver, lost lost control control around around around a a a a curve curve curve curve curve and and and and and hit hit hit hit hit a a a a a concrete concrete concrete concrete concrete barrier barrier barrier barrier barrier before before before before before crashing crashing crashing crashing crashing into into into into Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant Mobley, Mobley, Mobley, Mobley, who who who who was was was was standing standing standing standing outside outside outside outside his his his his car. car. car. car. The The The The beloved beloved beloved beloved officer officer officer officer didn't didn't didn't didn't make make make make it. it. it. it. Well, Well, Well, Well, right now it is 42

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DeKalb police sergeant struck, killed on Downtown Connector in metro Atlanta

WSB programming

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

DeKalb police sergeant struck, killed on Downtown Connector in metro Atlanta

"Having to do with that red alert. They closed down part of the downtown connector earlier this morning and afternoon. The DeKalb County Police Department confirms one of its officers involved in that crash has died. Sergeant Daniel Mobley was a 22 year veteran of the department. Release says Mobley was struck while on the scene of the accident involving another officer. He was taking a Grady where he died. Mobley is the first Georgia police officer to be killed in the line of duty this year. Last year, Georgia lost seven officers in the line of duty, according to the officer's down memorial Page. 11

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"mobley" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

07:50 min | 11 months ago

"mobley" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"Never met this woman, but she has struggled and I'm GonNa do the Nice Lady thing and I'm going to say something to brighten her day because she probably had to carry bricks on her back I don't know. I've got to say something like. I love your bags. Like, almost as you're walking away. Shit Oh my God oh my God. What if what if she becomes like my Sassy black best? Friends? If I don't say anything I'll never get that. You know what it feels like ask. My God thank you or like all your. Do you want you. Can do this real. So what first happened? I didn't say anything. Yeah. I didn't say anything it happened at the parking lot somebody coming from your glasses I didn't say. I mean you're less is cool. But like their. Android for Brooklyn he that's what I'm saying. So it's like I didn't say anything happened again. Only got. US season. And I see, said it the energy I got from the rich white lady was like look at me like. Talking to black people walking with Asian men. You and an Asian guy on an Indian guy it's like it's like. It's like a three one. It definitely feels like and we discuss as we were walking away might have heard us and I do not cat. DON'T GIVE A. Shit. But it was just like it's because you know they're going to do something racist at some point but they have in their pocket like a deck of Melbourne I complimented this black person. And I complimented this person another time and I told the Lady at the Asian restaurant that I went to because they wouldn't deliver. I told her that her nails were nice. So I am a good person regardless of the fact that I told my company not. Like the way you just did that. yu-gi-oh cards. I now some blue eyed blond hair. Why God? Yeah that was getting a lot and I thought I thought, yeah, those who you told me that that happens to you a lot. It happens to me when I am in. White places like if I'm in a place like in Brooklyn no one saying Shit like that to me they're like, yes as we expected another black woman actually she could have done her hair better. Honestly. So. That is what I get in Brooklyn. But if I go to the mid West if I go to just like even at companies I've worked where they're like no other black people than I will regularly get. Oh, my God use I loved her style. So interested you do. You think that my style is black versus like weird. Thrift nerd. When. That happened I immediately thought back to I see this happening to Asian men sometimes happens the Bryant Park a lot who is a podcast favorite guest. I. Don't the Bryant Park. He's very handsome guy. Very handsome I as you you mentioned before and I was like, ooh. Fan Right here let it be. Okay so so he really did this I don't WanNa name the podcast I'm not putting them blast. He did a very, very popular podcast. I'm talking like top fifty podcasts in the US. Pockets he was a guest on its dating podcast. No, they want to ask him about. What is it like being a dating as an Asian person and they the key when they introduce them they kept being like his Bryant Park. You know he's very, very handsome, very handsome, very handsome and to me like maybe two if you're not an Asian person, you didn't pick this up for me I heard it and I was like all you've never hooked up with Asian person that sounds like. This is a marcus. He's black. He's very articulate just. S English is amazing. Feels very much so. We. We're not saying that we would assume that he's in articulate but we know that you probably would. So we just want. Yes he's very, he's very attractive. He's very attractive. I would fuck and I never have, and I I doubt that I would come it would happen but I, would you not a good person? and. It's like it was the same tone as the person the beach. and. It was all just fucking related and I was like all. This is so fucking. I just I don't know how to. Thank you so much and you kind of went about your day I don't even know I feel like this is happening. This is like a new thing. happened. To me a couple times on sentence stuff and it does feel weird I never really know what to say really you know a part of me in the most passive aggressive petty part wants to have a full moment with them where they have to sit in it so like No one's ever said that to me before you. Dramatic turn in a look like you've changed my life. Just like totally event that because. That's what you're asking for yet. Like. Not, enough people tell this person this probably. Wouldn't normally so I'm going to make sure that they know and they know the I think that so I'm going to do I'll be like. Okay you want this you want. Okay. My whole. You have an accident. You. Use. The first person to ever look. You is. You is. And I could just do that and. To this whole time, she's doing an s against look at me helping. The talks like this? Dude. If you did that, you know what's GonNa Happen You know she would use that story and become CEO or some. You know what I mean like some diversity companies use that as her narrative. I can't when when did I care about diversity. Well it was. It was the moment that I looked into the eyes of this. Sad looking Asian men. I told you all beautiful. That's when I knew. This is my colleague I'm going to change. It's a company. We out mirrors to Asian. Just, so they know. Talking to. Your. It's called reflections by Milan, my God. I. Who is staring back of me? That's you beautiful. Beautiful baby boy. That's great. That's star body the. Best Road coming over Kelly. Oh Wow. This is so nice. You have me over. Yeah. It's a Tuesday night. So I thought we could maybe get together. And do stuff. So yes, this is. going. To my room. I ever really big apartment. This. is so big I wouldn't have imagined it. So big at all. Yeah. I'm pretty six pretty successful podcast. Heard Yeah. So Nice. All we're still walking afar check it out. This is where the magic happens never heard that joke before so. Now. You're ready to get down and do the dirty on this bed what you think about this. Never, seen a bed like this. It looks so nice and supportive. Yeah. You can do all the positions on this. All my Gosh including missionary including missionary favourite end only option. Kinda. Did you get this mattress from this mattresses called? He likes Lee Mattress helixsleep that just takes two minutes to complete imagining her body type of the. Perfect mattress for you..

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"mobley" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"mobley" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"I got. All my God. I love it. Love it I love it. So that was that was that was dope. Bl. Black Air Black Asian. Love I think that's I. think that's sweet and it's. It's a good episode to so in the episode. Asian Bay and Molly. They go on vacation to Mexico because it is Asian bays brother's birthday. His name is victor in the show. And so the. Victor and his I guess his wife. And they all meet up at this resort in Mexico. And they're having a good time, but it's a good episode because I feel that I've been watching the show and like seeing how they've been dealing with this interracial thing. And as Asian person whenever there's an Asian person on a show you're like. You get a little tense where. They're going to do any kind of Asia any joke. And they don't do that, they do they do it very very fun. It's very funny like they kind of tease her about it, but it's a good. It's a good fun tees and I think it's very realistic to so. But in this one, I feel the shoe finally drops because. Asian brother Victor He. You know he's a little bit. Not as I don't WanNa say not as woke or whatever molly experiences a racist episode. You know something happens to her she. She's at the pool. And Victor downplays it is like well. You know you sure that was a racist thing that happened to you or maybe you're taking it the wrong way. I'm sort of paraphrasing. What happens there, but I feel like. Hey, you know now you're getting this point of view from this Asian Dude who I feel, there is I feel like every Asian. Person knows someone like this where it's going to be an Asian usurious guy unfortunately. Asian guy was like well. You know you can either take racism as this thing, or you can like. Take it another way. You know like When I get something racist to me, I, don't take it personal or or whatever? He has what did you think about? That character that scene let's get into it. Can I just recap it for people who don't know what the fuck were talking about very quickly. Okay, so the scene is there in Mexico. Molly wants to get how she goes. She gets in line. There's a white couple in front of her and they get towels then she goes up. Ask for towel and then the person working there Mexicans. She's like Oh actually. I need to see your car to get you a town just like on my card. But you didn't check those white people's cards and she's like I'm sorry. I'm just doing my job and molly's like you just give it to them because they're white and I'm black and she gets very upset. Victor happens to witness. This comes over hence the lady his car. They get a tau. They go bankrupt. Yeah, yes, his hotel car and Bikes point he was saying like you know. I don't know that. What Molly's like that will so racist. Victor's like was about race. I think it's a lot of racists, but Not Everything's about race. It's the way you react to. Race is like sort of his his logic. Just, context listeners. Proceed okay I love that they had that as a voice because that is always like every single time I've had to point out racism. There is always someone president to be like well I don't know. Have you thought? Maybe it's you. have. You thought maybe this like you're doing something wrong versus. Complete system that is built around distrusting you as an individual, and it's so frustrating and I. Really I mean I just I connected so much with that moment, and I understand the impulse to be like. Hey, we're all having a good time. Let's like they've tried to defuse tension as much as possible. Really what it's saying is I don't trust you to understand what's happening to you and what has happened to you in the past? I don't trust you to be able to recognize a pattern of the way that you've been treated before and I'm going to essentially tell you to calm down. That fucking sucks. It's in right now. We're going through a lot. Absolutely protests or on my block last night I. It's just a lot, but it is. It feels like you're being gassed. For years and right now I'm happy that there's a lot of people on the time line being like you guys aren't crazy I. Recognize that a this is going on. Be The I benefit from this system. So that is fantastic, and honestly I am really happy that that voice came from a non white person. Because we always? We always have that. Maybe it's not about race. You're making it about race coming from a white person, and it's really important to me that they show that this is a complicated issue that isn't just wiped people and Black people, but there are a bunch of other players in the game, and everyone comes with their own preconceived notions, and there's differences within this group like that. Yeah, I mean He. When my girlfriend, I is. Our first reaction was like Oh. This guy is like Andrew Yang. You know he's. Say like why don't. Why would you say that? But also it's I guess I understand his logic or whatever, but the bigger problem is like what he's saying that you know there's a problem and you can kind of like we'll your way out of it. Where instead of questioning that there's a problem in the first place right now, instead of instead of questioning the machine. He's questioning. You know there's like a gun being fired at you and he's like. Why don't you just dodge it like this? Instead of watching like why? There's a fuck exactly? Any fails to see the bigger picture and like you know I don't know if you know this, but we know a lot of odd Asian. Guys like that man weird. We get it. We get so that's that's the thing I'm glad. You're right. I'm glad that it was another person of color. And then they have this kind of interesting exchange to because then molly like well. You guys only person to people of Color when you guys. WanNa be people of Color. And the. Aging Bay sort of taken aback by that because. I don't think he thinks of himself like that, but right I think there's an interesting dynamic there, and the to choose an Asian Man Street Asian man as sort of like the person who's delivering. That kind of hey. Maybe it's on you. Do you I. Mean We know a lot of people like that just from the Internet and from different things. Do you encounter that a lot more. Are you noticing sometimes, it's like Oh, it's like Asian people who are like the ones who are telling me to calm down Blah Blah Blah you know like. Do you ever see that or do you ever notice that? Because on our end we do we do notice that. I think I'm trying to think back so like my best friends in middle school or Asian. It was amy Guo and Veronica Woo. Shit would happen..

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NCAA rules Memphis freshman James Wiseman ineligible for 12 games

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

03:58 min | 1 year ago

NCAA rules Memphis freshman James Wiseman ineligible for 12 games

"Never convince me that penny hardaway a was just by cannon out money to a mom because the mom wanted to move to be close to the daughter if the mom son was a mid major player. I bet that doesn't happen. It happened because James Wideman was the best prospect his age literally in the world. Okay so that's that's his version But even if you accept the more likely realistic not dumb virgin which is now he was trying to get. James is in high school to play basketball for east high school so he could win a state championship. That still doesn't rise to the level of what these cases usually are in other words. Penny Hardaway was a memphis booster. Yes and he provided money to a mother of of a student athlete. A recruit a student athlete true but it wasn't to get James Wiseman to go to Memphis. It was to get as many go to east high school and so that's unusual. That's not the way these things normally work now. I do think you can start to connect some dots here. Because Penny has said that he had no idea when he provided that money to James Wiseman and it allowed to move to Memphis. He had no idea that he was going to be Memphis head coach in one day recruit James. Listen to Memphis and I can't tell you what he had hit so I can't say that's is not true. I can just tell you that. I had an idea that he would be the head coach Memphis in fact on the day. James Wiseman moved to Memphis. I said this is why. You've got fire W. Smith after this season in higher penny hardaway it because if you wait another season as minority be signed to Kentucky but if you do it after this season after James's junior year of high school then at some point either before or during his senior year of High School Penny Hardaway could bring him and the other players that ever relationships with to the University of Memphis so it penny didn't have any idea it was going to happen. That's fine but I had a very clear idea. That not only should happen that it probably could and it actually did so. Oh I do think you can reasonably say and it was interesting because the incident late term this a recruiting inducements and I think you can reasonably caught a recruiting inducement. And here's how the eleven thousand five hundred dollars that went to wise. Mother is what led to him being east high school and him being at East High School at at least contributed to Penny Hardaway. Getting the job and I don't think there's any way to intelligently argue that that financial commitment mid-may that he made to the family didn't help him. Recruit James Wiseman to the university Memphis. I I don't WanNa go on off like ten minute tangent but like. How many degrees breeze removed is that from Mike Boynton hiring Kenan Cunningham to his staff geographic advantage in addition to a familiar one or USC doing the same thing? With the Mobley's you're providing a financial opportunity for the family to be closer to a geographic region. Now that's legal. I have no problem with them. Hiring you're like what like how many degrees separated really from all of that. No listen I'm with you know doing what Penny Wise Men's mother to get. Get James Wiseman eight really that much different than when I say it's less I think it's I don't think I think it's less offensive. Well here's here's the thing. Whatever were you think's offensive not offensive? I got here's the problem. One is allowed. The other is not answering. Wanted to boil down to that. That's what it's always going to boil down to and if you want to change the roles I've said it a million times. Put me in charge. GimMe all the power. I'll change all the roost rules tomorrow. But the rules are the rules as long as they're in place and what might Boynton I did is allowed. And what Penny Hardaway did is not allowed and it really is simple as that you can hate the instable a all you want. I Hate I'm too but this is an undeniable violation and when Memphis started down the path that started it created additional problems that they did not I need to create.

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#41 - How To Make Learning More Effective

Leadership Biz Café

10:38 min | 1 year ago

#41 - How To Make Learning More Effective

"So Aaron shared with me how he took one hundred of their top. GM's for a two day Leadership Development Summit that address topics topics and issues that were of interest to his team. They also have several Ellen de portals where they offered articles videos podcasts which Aaron told me also includes this one to supplement the training session the challenges having now though is how to make sure these new insights are applied and not lost when in these leaders returned to the hectic pace of their everyday work and more importantly. How can you keep them engaged in wanting to learn even more when Aaron aren't asked me this question. I asked if I could share his story because it's a question I've been asked many times over the years when giving keynotes corporate trainings in fact it's one of the reasons one of my leadership keynotes deals with how leaders can shift from simply training employees to creating a continuous learning environment in their workplace so I know there's as many of you out there who are also dealing with this issue as well so what I'd like to do is share with you. Some simple steps that you can take right now that will help make the new the skills and insights. You learn stick to start off. Let me give you a little context to help frame these steps in their book made to stick chip and Dan Heath present. This idea that a sticky idea is something that's understood. It's remembered and it changes something now while their book was about how how to make what you communicate stick with your audience. I think we can all agree that when we learn new skills or insights we wanted to be something that's understood that that we remember it and that it ends up changing the way we work continuing with chip and Dan's book they describe how they are six principles behind what makes an idea sticky eighty and these six principles are simplicity unexpectedness concreteness credibility emotions and stories now while they say you don't necessarily need all six principals to make your message stick. I want to offer you three steps. You can take that will employ the six principles again if we go back to the problem. Erin shared one which other leaders have also asked me about the challenge we face when it comes comes to training or going to a conference to learn new insights to improve the way we lead is why were there we could see the value of these approaches but but soon after we returned to our workplaces these new insights often fade away as we return to the routines of our day to day work lies so the first step you need take is one that. I often get my audiences to do at the end of my talks and that is to identify one simple change. You'll make based on what what you've just learned now. This one thing you choose has to contain two characteristics. I it has to be something. You can start doing now. With these this and second it has to be something that's personally meaningful. The reason stems from the work of two different researchers Stafford behavioral scientists scientists. BJ Fog who found that the key to changing behavior is taking small steps and Harvard Professor Teresa Mobley who was the second guest to appear on on this podcast who found in her research that making progress on personally meaningful goals leads to enduring success and happiness on the job in other words. You want to focus on applying a new behavior or skill. You've learned on something that matters to you you so that this becomes something that you don't have to do but it's something you want to do and this that lines up with the sticky principle support of simplicity as we're focusing on one specific thing that we can do right now that will improve our work in personally meaningful fashion this also ties into the emotion principle because as chip and Dan right this sticky principle is driven by answering the question of what's in it for me me which you've already answered by this exercise of picking that one simple change you want to make thanks to what you've learned so now that you have this one simple behavior or skill in mine the obvious question becomes. How do you make sure you apply it every day. Well that's the next step and for for this. We're going to use the example of very successful person and one of my favorite comedians Jerry Seinfeld well. Let's start the insanity now. It doesn't matter whether you like it or not as this has nothing to do with his sense of humor but more to do with what he's identified as being the key to his success comedian Brad Isaac Isic once as Seinfeld for tips on what he could do to improve his success at comedy and Seinfeld told him that what he needed to do was to commit to writing every everyday because writing jokes every day would help him hone his craft. Now what's the Real Jim in the story is what Seinfeld told Isaac as being how he pushes himself to write every day especially when he doesn't want to basically what Seinfeld does is. He gets a wall calendar that shows every every day of the year and every day that he writes he puts a red X. in the box for that day once he's done that for a couple of days he's created a chain of XS on this calendar and as Seinfeld told Isaac you like seeing that chain especially when you get a few weeks under your belt. Your only job is to not break the chain now the reason why this is a great strategy for anyone to us is because it embraces braces something that I'm sure you've all heard and read about gamification as Seinfeld says himself he transformed the task of writing into would game where his only job is to not break the chain now. You don't need to get a three hundred sixty five day wall counter for your office us but what you need to do is get a notebook that you use a journal to just write a quick note of what you did to practice this new behavior or skill the reason why is because you need to be able to visually see this chain growing which is critical for this to work because this allows allows you to shift from focusing on how well you apply this new behavior or skill on a given day to the process of applying it regularly elite and consistently towards making it a habit going back to the principles of making things stick you can see that this step ties into the principle of of concrete nece as you can see visually for yourself how you've applied this new behavior or skill on a given day and also links to the principle of credibility because as you re back how you apply this new behavior or skill and not qualifying how good are bad you were at it you can. I can see how this new behavior or skill can be used successfully everyday and hopefully also noticing some positive benefits growing along on with and this leads to my last step that will help make those new behaviors and skills you've learned stick and this one revolves around one of the points. I share my keynote talk on how the shift from training people to continuously improving talent and that is you need to treat learning as shared experience now to help illustrate rate the value of this step. I WANNA share a story about one of the leaders. I wrote about in my book Leadership Vertigo. Billy Taylor was the plant manager for the Goodyear Vale Plant. When he joined the plant? It was one of the most poorly performing appliances goodyear and was at risk of being closed within two. Oh Years Taylor transformed it into one of the top performing manufacturing plants a good year and was promoted to an executive role at goodyear while there are many things Taylor did to achieve this outcome. There's one I wanNA share in the context of making our learning stick and that is how he put up information boards throughout the plant that identified which manufacturing team was working on a given product line and the level of output. They were creating now the reason he did this was was not simply to hold the different production teams accountable for their productivity but so that's different teams could learn from one another about what they were doing to improve their performance performance. In fact Taylor facilitated this cross learning between teams by putting up other boards throughout the plant that showcase projects is employs initiated improve the plants productivity and cost effectiveness as a result of the lessons. They learned from one another working on the plant floor. Now remember remember that the first step I told you about was to pick that one behavior or skill that you've learned that you WanNa make stick because you not only know no you can make this a part of your leadership tool kit but also because you know it's going to have a meaningful impact on how you perform your job well well. The wonderful thing of identifying this at the start of this process is that it allows you to not only attain some early wins but you also now have something something of value to share with other leaders in your organization in terms of how they can apply this behavior or skill to improve their leadership and conversely when when they share with you how they apply other behaviors and skills to the way they lead you gain better insights on how you yourself can apply these other behaviors and skills to continue learning and growing the key point. I want you to take note of is that learning can't exist in a vacuum or silo but as I pointed out in the first step it needs to be connected both to why you do what you do and how you go about getting things done in your everyday the day work and again going back to chip and Dan's principles of stickiness we can see how this step clearly ties into that principle of stories in how we're sharing sharing our stories our experiences with learning to improve ourselves but it also ties into the principle of unexpectedness because in en- sharing your lessons learned you stand to gain both new insights into how to build on what you're currently doing as well as where you can start next in that process of applying applying what you've learned

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Jack Bogle, Who Started An Investment Revolution, Dies At 89

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:23 min | 2 years ago

Jack Bogle, Who Started An Investment Revolution, Dies At 89

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast a giant in the world of investing died yesterday. Jack Bogle was eighty nine years old. He created the first index fund which became what a communists say is the most powerful tool that Americans can use to save and invest for the future. He founded the low cost investment firm vanguard, here's more from NPR's, Chris Arnold. If you have a retirement account chances are that you have more money because of Jack Bogle by creating that first index fund back in the nineteen seventies. Bogle started a revolution of super-efficient, low cost investing a revolution that took on Wall Street firms and the high fees that they charge investors and Bogle became a champion for the little guy investor maybe because he knew. What it was like not to have enough money. His family lost everything they had in the great depression. So I grew up having to earn. What I got help out with the family expenses and started working when I was nine years old today, the company Bogle founded vanguard manages more than five trillion dollars, some of that could be your retirement savings, and it structured essentially as a nonprofit I met Jack Bogle a few years ago. It is summer cottage in upstate New York and sitting down with him as like sitting down with an instantly likable college. Professor we live in this difficult world where we kind of believe the American ways of you try harder you will do better than if you pay a professional to do something it will pay off. And these things are true except in investing. This was when a bogus key insights, the market doesn't really have that high return to the fees that you pay the cost is everything and those fees can eat up half of the money. You would otherwise have down the road. The tyranny of come. Finding long-term costs because they each you up hiring mutual fund managers to try to pick this stock over that stock Bogle showed that eighty five ninety percent of the time you're gonna make more money just buying the entire stock market. Just a big list and index of say the biggest companies in the US, it could be ten times cheaper or twenty times cheaper. And you'll make way more money over time. That's what broad-based index funds. Let you do. And that's why bogus been celebrated as basically the George Washington of an investing revolution. Jack mobilised Mobley done more for the American investor than any man in the country. Jack. There is that's perhaps the most famous investor in the world Warren Buffett honoring Bogle in two thousand seventeen I estimate Jack at a minimum has left in the pockets of investors. Tens and tens of billions and the numbers are going to be hundreds and hundreds of billions over time buffet called Bogle a real hero. We should say to that. While Bogle was a critic of greed and excess on Wall Street. He was also a big fan of capitalism as the best system in the world. And he spoke out calling for young people the leaders of tomorrow to be more idealistic follow his lead and clean up the mess. Chris Arnold NPR news.

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Missouri lawmakers to weigh possible impeachment of governor on May 18

01:50 min | 3 years ago

Missouri lawmakers to weigh possible impeachment of governor on May 18

"State's embattled governor to saint louis and abc's kent martin typically the governor calls a special session of the missouri legislature but this time the subject of the special session will be governor brightens himself lawmakers announced plans for the special session one day after a legislative committee said greitens lied about a donor lists from veterans charity he founded that he used for his campaign for governor two years ago the special session is scheduled for may eighteenth that's four days after guidance goes on trial in saint louis for felony invasion of privacy allegations involving a compromising photo he allegedly took of a woman with whom he had an affair kent martin abc news saint louis and emotional day in a florida courtroom thursday the sentencing hearing for a woman who snatched a newborn baby girl from a hospital twenty years ago raising her as a child abc's eva pilgrim lawyer william stolen in our mobley's baby back in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight by posing as a nurse that baby raised for eighteen years as alexis manigault until tips led police to williams in south carolina where she was arrested alexis still calling williams mother as my child i am your mother your biological mother emotional about all those lost years williams pleaded guilty to kidnapping charges in february she faces up to twenty two years in prison the us charging volkswagen's former ceo at fraud over the car makers effort to regain diesel vehicles to evade emissions tests this is abc news komo news time nine oh four and triple a traffic every ten minutes on the fours tama fulton just northeast bellingham on eastbound highway five forty two at hollingsworth road there is a stall blocking right lane watch for slowing approaching the scene it's a slow drive through lynnwood right in and southbound highway ninety nine between one hundred forty eighth street and one hundred sixty eighth street and really sluggish through renton on southbound four zero five between sunset boulevard and highway one sixty nine.

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"mobley" Discussed on The EVRYMAN Podcast

The EVRYMAN Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"mobley" Discussed on The EVRYMAN Podcast

"You are listening to the every man podcast this episode 35 with foster mobley hello everybody i am just so jazzed up about this episode i recorded the she has the twelve hours ago and had planned to wait to release it for a while but i enjoyed it so much and i think it so important that it's coming at you right now my guest today is name is foster mobley he is the founder and chairman of fm g leading fang leading is a consulting firm that brings organisational change in leader develop meant to leaders of organisations and corporations all over the world and works with a lot of the world's largest corporations it's an amazing organization foster is also the author of leadership it may be the best name of a book i've ever heard which defined his wisdom approach to leadership and you know what here's why i'm so excited about this because foster is and this is very personal for me but foster is he has grown and built in matured this incredible organization in this incredible body of work has been very successful in what he does and you know i'm sitting here at the beginning of building we you know towards the beginning of building every man and they're just some really special resonance to really sit down and go deep with him where he's at the sort of the other end of the journey not that he's done working not that he's done giving or building that by far from true but what it i just like you know in terms of what we do it every men mentorship is one of the natural things that happens here and i met foster the summer he moved up to boesman and you know we got in touch and there's just this natural mentorship relationship that pops up in life or i hope pops up in life has popped up for me and i hope pops up for others and we just we have so much to learn from each other and i have so much to learn from foster directly and so i'm really glad to share this i'm really excited to share this and more than just the business in the work world in the building.

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"mobley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"mobley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Georgina is it true that you began your acting career might have been short lived as a giant carras on a tv talk show uh actually i thought was my aspiration and when i was there carrot will have to be on the show to do anything frankly but when i couldn't even land that job i thought you know what maybe it's time to stop all of this melt so you're just be a journalist he out you know what in the end i think it's much easier being a self than it is pretending to be anybody else lead after learn the lines either you born and brought up in zimbabwean you lost a family member in the water the new nuts too i would say about eleven years old my much older sister was killed during the war it was a a really horrible time for everybody there it of firstly and at that smith tensed concentrate the minds and i think for me that was the when the seed was bone to really try hard as hot as i possibly could to see democracy come to the country something i'm not sure that has been achieved yet and these days your british by default is how you put it yes as at me as the mobley in in recovery basically i think that you need to try and assimilate once you uh you know i think your always going to be unhappy if you'll living away from home not out of your own choice and you have to try really and unfit in as much as he can so that entails kind of pretending to be british i suppose ceo your you've been in london a longtime originally from brazil you studied economics of our but you haven't lived in brazil since then is that right i have moved the resistance the 70s knock fortunately there's not a similar case through georgina because i had with i didn't really get in trouble with the local authorities as such but i laugh to go to to.

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"mobley" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

03:09 min | 4 years ago

"mobley" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Yeah what the mud a new life play girl you name in nevada two jio prime with me as a cruiser mobley moment a woman witnesses i what is your flag fluttered moment thank you my way lauck that joe's great la la la appeals in here about you know we say pipeline it's all good well that's go for three red did not from new york film it you might tell tell the bob dole prop up that you'll was so holes boban california people look at you yeah doubling homes bill frist says he had yet dad was did as good daddy you still on maternity yes i am what is the muchvaunted had never heard look it up and you got to spend time with the baby and your girl we know you gotta bond that now you to do it some cathode man they day they take it you sit on their ass blended x bomb shut up bob side ted wrapped up weighing in the bag man is crazy but i was i was like i was not grew up so break rope and there's that unesco go to my projects efc to say people catch you grew up with the milk raised after said do you feel guilty do you feel like you have to help them out you give them cash all after bad would you know we do stuff like you know we've got business in a community were give people jobs and president of balkan america shot dot com for we teach the urban latino community how to become entrepreneurs jobs how do my best and empower now people mound still king of projects a still lombi over they agree i my norms there so i've got to keep a real man is loyalty when masked we're gonna lord's he shot the remmy y'all remmy is crazy she said would you route for the bulls who never going to hit back ruin yossi aid there's ademi match you got your on are you down she got me back yeah yeah hey i turned into a lawyer i came on yo you'll only bloodied williams asked me a body really i wear viral with her situation with nicky and all that when all that was happening were you accepting were you were you encouraging were you asian yeah i was totally not with is that right you know you got on stage you.

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"mobley" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"mobley" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Yeah this was a great set up right here in our loved it what do you think about this i i love the fact that they have giants in there because you know we we saw them operate season four and we haven't seen that one giant in the battle of the mastered by this feel like there's so many options and their distance they said it up twice already in this season that once at the beginning and once here at the end so i just feel like they're going to come into play big time and we all news come into way he just swooped down on a poster to be away but he's got beyond drag isn't a funny because they've been all mobley like okay we've been seeing them too bad shit but this right here just told he blew me away to see how that not only that that is a ban has dragon right there but how they use it these dragoslav meet dangerous ways now i and he's like for so long they didn't have dragons and thereby was freed of in because like yeah that's a a power that's like having a nuclear weapon which could go either way yeah they like yeah i got it but what if he gets taken away from me and my enemies have it in the enemy like two two two like kill everyone the really don't give a fuck enemy termined wasn't neemeh torma not how did he get out this man rented a somebody had yeah not that that that is the way to in this man and i i will i didn't i didn't know a big when we saw it last time that we would see the bring the dragon out but i didn't know if they would do what am i thought that might be something we sleep next season but they gave us something to look forward to they want to anybody who was unclear about what happened the gravity of lack of last episode this is what you got yes yes now this is a this is the one as mickens look forward to next season because this is the one that showed us.

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