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Clippers Beat Jazz 119-111 to Take Series Lead
"The clippers have taken a three games to two lead in the Western Conference semifinals by earning their third straight win over the jazz one nineteen one eleven Paul George carried the load with thirty seven points and sixteen rebounds while Los Angeles played without forward Kawhi Leonard because of a knee injury suffered in game four Marcus Morris scored twenty five points and Reggie Jackson added twenty two for the clippers who shot fifty one percent from the field the jazz made a team record ten three pointers in the first quarter but led by just one at the end of the period boy am Bogdanovich had nine treys in thirty two points for Utah I'm Dave Ferrie
Why Do We Care When Liberals Finally Agree With Us?
"With comments about Jon Stewart. Emails texts all over the Internet. Hey, did you hear what Jon Stewart had to say? No, not really. No, no, he was on Stephen Colbert Show. I know it's Colbert and I call him Colbert just to annoy either for Well, he's making the case that that the virus came from the Wuhan lobbying, and Stephen Colbert doesn't like it and it's really it's really good. Okay? Got it. And I listened to it. It really was good. It was very good. Hey, last week. Did you hear what Bill Morris said? No. I didn't hear what Bill Maher said. Oh, yeah, It was really good. What he said about going to college. It was really and it was really good. Okay, Very good. Now what? What does it mean? You know, Russia used to say he was so right on. Why do we need the liberals or even leftist to validate our principles? Why do we get so excited? When one out of 101 kind of 1000 times. They say something that We agree with Maybe it's because people are in love with Hollywood. Television or the movie. I don't know, to be perfectly honest with you. I was spending almost the
Leonard, George Each Score 31, Clippers Tie Series With Jazz
"The clippers were able to square up their playoff series with the jazz by taking game four one eighteen to one oh four why Leonard and Paul George each scored thirty one points P. G. says Kawhi is taking his game to a new level it's playoff basketball you know this movie is because when the time and so on you see it all around his approach is body language everything is to you know be great Marcus Morris senior added twenty four points Utah got thirty seven from Donovan Mitchell but now it's a best of three going back to Salt Lake for game five I am mark Myers
What a New Era of Big Government Could Mean for Bitcoin
"Yesterday i was asking the question about whether this bitcoin bull market is at its end and part of what i said felt very important to understand before we really know whether that's the case is if in how. The macro environment has shifted the landscape the inflation narrative has been such a huge part of driving this bitcoin bowls cycle that the unwinding of that the changing of that. Would you would imagine naturally have some consequences for where. Bitcoin crypto fit in the larger world. We've been in a period of waiting of wait to see of wondering if there was going to be a transition. It has felt too many like the economy was heating up in such a way that inflation was naturally going to follow an interest rates. Were going to have to rise. Because of that in consequence the riskiest tech stocks that had the highest valuations have been in retreat for a couple months roughly the same period that bitcoin has been idling or going down. There is however a narrative counterweight that whatever the case in the short term of monetary policy fiscal spending has entered a fundamentally new era. A fundamentally new era in which bitcoin could be more relevant than ever. The potential for that new era is exactly what david morris explored in a recent op. Ed on queen does called covid. Nineteen made biden's big-spending the new normal. This came out just after biden's budget was released and explores some of these questions. President joe biden today unveiled a budget proposal that would increase federal spending to levels not seen since world war two as usual. The new president's proposed budget has already triggered a fierce debate but while we can expect usual. Scrum overspending details. The biden budget is an attempt to push forward and leverage a much broader ideological shift. The coronavirus pandemic has made government spending in program significantly more appealing to americans. It's something of a perfect storm. The budget arrives. After pandemic relief proved hugely popular and seemingly effective long-term rising inequality and other serious social problems have created more space for pro government. Voices like us senator bernie sanders.
Nuggets Eliminate Trail Blazers in Game 6 With 126-115 Win
"The Denver Nuggets advanced to the second round of the NBA playoffs with a one twenty six one fifteen victory over the Portland trail Blazers Nikola jokic led the nuggets with thirty six points will reserve Mante Morris had another good game off the bench with twenty two points and nine assists as the nuggets rallied from a fourteen point second half deficit to take the series four games to two Michael Porter junior scored twenty two of his twenty six points for Denver in the first quarter Damian Lillard topped the trouble is with twenty eight points and thirteen assists while CJ McCollum added twenty one points for Portland I'm Jim Bernard
Nuggets Beat Blazers 147–140 in 2OT, Lillard Scores 55
"The nuggets were able to take a three games to two lead in their series despite demand Lillard's franchise record fifty five points Michael Porter junior three pointer with one thirty three left in the second overtime push the nuggets past the trailblazers one forty seven one forty Porter finished with twenty six points and twelve rebounds for the nuggets would you head up to you know damn was going and saying it was unbelievable he was doing out there we we come back you know I'm saying it was a total team member tonight and I'm proud of everybody the calling okay fell one assist shy of a triple double delivering a team high thirty eight points eleven boards Mante Morris added twenty eight points off the bench Lillard scored seventeen of Portland's nineteen points in the two oh teas game six is Thursday in Portland on the ferry
Democrat Melanie Stansbury Wins US House Race in New Mexico
"When president biden name deb holland to be. Us secretary of the interior. She made history as the first native. American cabinet secretary in us history. She also less historically created an open seat in congress and tonight is the special election to replace her now. Republicans desperately want to pick up a seat in the house. Democrats desperately do not want to lose one. Because of how small the democratic majority already is the house of representatives but polls have closed now in new mexico's first congressional districts. Let's check in with steve kornacki to see what we know. Hey steve hey rachel will we know a lot and this happened in just the last five minutes. What you're looking at on the screen. It's elaine slide here and it's significant because i think the question right now has shifted. Who is going to win this race but to how much the democrats are going to win this race by. Let me take you through. What just happened in the last few minutes. You see melanie stains. She's a democrat mark morris. He's the republican. You see a two to one edge here for stains barry. Essentially what just happened. Is we got the early. Vote slash the absentee vote. You'll mail in ballots and also the vote that was cast early in this election. That's a huge huge chunk of it. We got it from the big giant county that makes up the overwhelming bulk of this district. We knew the democrat was going to do well with this big chunk that just came in. We didn't expect necessarily it would be this well for the democrats so a thirty two point advantage here for stands berry with that. That's certainly exceeds. What the democrats did with the early absentee vote in. Bernallio county. That's albuquerque back in november. It certainly puts stands berry on course to win this by a decisive. And this is where margin. I think becomes key because i think that's the storyline that everybody's looking to in this district. It wasn't necessarily. Which party would win but with the democrats win by a convincing
Biden Administration Wants Agriculture Subsidies to Help Fight Climate Change
"American taxpayers spend lots of money on farmers record forty six billion dollars last year that helps to keep farmers in business when the weather or the markets might otherwise put them under now. The biden administration wants agriculture subsidies to do something new help fight. Climate change can that work frank. Morris of member station k. C. you are looked into it. Farmers have an uneasy relationship with climate change or creates about ten percent of the greenhouse gas emissions in the us. Most farmers hate to admit it's a problem and they certainly don't want to invite new regulations. But those like richard oswald standing just out of the rain in a shed on the missouri farm where he grew up. Clinches is personal and well. We've got a problem with climate and i've been living in the middle of one of the biggest problems missouri had and that's the flooding on the missouri river that's been brought about by climate change oswald in his son firm about two thousand acres on the missouri river weather permitting where we're standing right now. There was five feet of water here in two thousand nineteen flowing water for months and the same thing happened in two thousand eleven.
Is Tutu Atwell Too Small to Succeed in the NFL? - burst 03
"Okay. Let's move on to a guy that's being compared by now to rashad. Bateman in that is lonsdale more. He went to the arizona cardinals in the second round. And this is a guy that a lot of people are on dynasty as well. Collier thoughts on rhonda. More from purview. Run more than other guy data you know. I like the talent. I kind of wonder what his role is going to be in arizona that they do have the passing volume there to support him to become a fantasy viable wide receiver. If he's talented as he can't is athleticism has shown. I think he can produce a to be coming up a pretty valuable fancy option. I just. I'm not really in love with them. Taking them in the first round though. Because i'm not confident that he ends up becoming a very coveted player long-term. I'm just not sure that he that it's without getting the volume that Some of these other top receivers. You're going to get. I'm not sure that his death. The targets are going to be Extremely valuable and so. He's renita rely on a lot of catches now again with the air raid being spread system. There should be a lot of underneath stuff or that. It can complement deandre hopkins. So you later in their careers and you might see these. Two guy switching. But as coming out of college rancho moore's is very limited in what it skills that is He did almost everything. From elias scrimmage whether handoffs or getting short yard passes and running after the catch which is it's good for a lot of offense is like i said he could be a nice compliment out nice Robin but to deandre hopkins. But i i definitely cannot see a batman batman Combination there so. I think that the upside is. The ceiling is a little bit low for me for wanting to spend a first round pick. I think that What you can do with a lot of these guys is if there if you're kind of not sold on them at a back in first or early second round picks you know people covet. Those rookie picks quite often. And you can sometimes get undervalued veteran that you know is going to produce next year i agree with you on wanda and it's baffling to me that these two guys have with similar with shout bateman in baltimore the guy. We just talked about a similar. Adp in dynasty rookie draft right now average draft addition. They're probably going round. Pick eight pick or so but like you call. I think that rondo more is more of a second round. Pick because of the fact that hopkins is already there and i'm gonna touch on that a little bit more and say that long-term if let's say rhonda more sticks with the cardinals. Is he ever going to be a number one receiver in target for cal for calamari. Because as long as the andrea is there and he's demanding one hundred seventy targets. There's not a lot of room. That offense to morris thrive. So that's why i'm with you on route. One del more. I think he's a talented receiver but Even before the draft i was not as high on rhonda with a lot of receivers seeing this landing spot to me makes him in less desirable of a prospect for me. So i'm not on the vonda more train either. And this is probably a guy that i will avoid. I have no problem taking him in the second round. But based on where i've been singing going i think he's not gonna fall to a second round. And if there's a toss up between vonda more rashad bateman the board that i'm gonna pick shot bateman That's what i'm going to be doing every every time. Because i just like Bateman a lot. More than i do rhonda more at this point. Yeah i do i. She liked the landing spot. You know. being tied to collar long-term is a is a positive. I think as far as you know where people are going to proceed even if he does come out and flashes rookie year. People are gonna get really excited to you. Know that that's one thing that i think that You either one of these guys are tied up the young quarterbacks that can rush around and can hit a deep ball i just wondered what his development curves because the way he was using college and if he does maybe this guy could be a terrific type because he really is at that super athlete of prospect. We're
Many American Parents Are Hesitant to Vaccinate Their Children
"As young as 12 and now eligible for the fires of biotech vaccine in the United States. But many Americans are hesitant, especially when it comes to vaccinating their kids. The BBC's Reagan Morris talks with parents in California about why they will or won't be vaccinating their Children. They're chanting against Corona virus vaccines. Hundreds of people in Orange County, California, We're protesting a local government plan to create digital vaccine passports. They don't want vaccines mandated to them. Or their Children My kids have. They've had their share of vaccinations. But there was vaccinations are they've been around for a long time. This one is experimental because I had cove it. I mean, I do have friends that died from it. I'm sorry, but here's the thing they weren't getting treated. Clinical Studies of 12 to 15 year olds have shown that the Pfizer vaccine was 100% effective in preventing cove. It That was a study of 1100 Children in the placebo group of the same size 16 Children contracted the virus. Many of the people I've met in this protest survived covert with mild or no symptoms. They resent the lockdowns, close schools and playgrounds and they feel their post viral antibodies are enough to protect them naturally lives in Los Angeles and has four Children. We've all had covert. No. Definitely will not put that experiment in any of our bodies. Unfortunately, I have my dad did it and my sister did it because they lived in Israel in Israel is not allowing anyone to go in any of establishments without It's called the green eyed. It's basically what they're trying to do here. They were forced into it. They don't want to. That's the problem is all this is being forced Tiffany picket in her five Children have all also had covered They don't know how long the antibodies last there. Would you consider getting the vaccine for yourselves or your Children? I want to give it at least another year to see what happens when another Corona virus comes out, and we're able to see how wild strain reacts to those who have been vaccinated.
Indigenous People Are Using Documentaries to Tell Their Own Stories
"You are on indian. Land was directed by michael gonna takeo mitchell a mohawks maker from aqua socity. He also narrated. The film was awesome which the white man calls the saint regis reservation on this line long before the two countries decided to draw line between themselves. Michael was part of what is known as the indian film crew. It was the first all indigenous unit at the fbi. The use of the word indian was a product of the time. So i'm using it in a historical context i'm talking about quote unquote indian as in indigenous. So michael was one of seven indigenous members. Who made up the indian film crew. There was also dibwe filmmaker roy daniels. Tom o'connor snobby. Barbara wilson who has haida north star blanket cree and magma filmmakers morris isaac and willie done so the crew represented many nations members also created a number of important works documentaries like these are my people. I'm a more fog. And i was born on this reservation and i was raised here and i don a lot of traffic times on the other nations in discontinuity and films like the other side of the ledger. An indian view on the hudson's bay company in sixteen seventy charles the second granted the company of adventures trading into hudson's bay otherwise known as the hudson's bay company this charter giving the company an absolute trade monopoly over one million square miles of land. In what is now canada. The indian film crew was established at a time when indigenous people were often the subjects of documentaries but weren't behind the cameras creating the films themselves in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight. A man named george stoney who was an executive director at the fbi decided it was time to put the camera in the hands of indigenous people.
NASA's Ingenuity Helicopter on Mars Sets New Speed Record in Third Flight
"Top story. Another record for NASA's ingenuity. Mars helicopter fucks is Kathleen Maloney has a report. Ingenuity is third flight on Sunday went faster and farther than the craft has ever gone before, even during testing on Earth. Morris helicopter Rose 16 ft, then zoomed down range 164 FT almost half the length of a football field. It reached a top speed of 6.6 FT per second ingenuity is team at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California, calling it nothing short of amazing and saying it demonstrates critical capabilities that will enable the addition of an aerial dimension to future
Clippers Recover After Poor Start, Beat Grizzlies 117-105
"Even without storage poll Georgian Kawhi Leonard the clippers were still able to beat the Grizzlies one seventeen to one all five LA went down eighteen points in the first quarter didn't take its first lead until late in the third Luke Conard hit six three pointers finished with a season high twenty eight points Marcus Morris senior had twenty five clippers of one ten out of eleven they have the league's third best record John Moran top Memphis with twenty two points I am mark Myers
Paul George has 33, Clippers down the Blazers 113-112
"Paul George scored thirty three points including what proved to be the game winning free throws in the closing seconds as the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Portland trail Blazers one thirteen one twelve George scored ten of his points in the final four minutes as the clippers rallied from a six point deficit for the win he also let us team in rebounds with eleven Marcus Morris senior added sixteen points for the clippers CJ McCollum led the trail Blazers with twenty eight points but couldn't connect on a jump shot at the buzzer the clippers and I won nine of their last ten games with the Blazers have dropped six of the last eight I'm Jim Bernard
ACM Awards Returns to Nashville After Rough Year
"Some of the biggest stars of country music will perform in nashville tonight keith. Urban and mickey guidance host the academy of country music. Awards this evening from nashville mayor morris and chris stapleton lead the nominations with six each maranda follows with five and is the most nominated female artists. Acm history with sixty eight lifetime. Nominations she set to open the show with duet with l. Pure won't just see awards handed out also public service announcements from country. Stars like eric church darius rucker and ashley mcbride urging people to get a covid nineteen vaccination the fifty six. Acm awards airs this evening. At eight o'clock eastern on
Keith Urban and Mickey Guyton to Co-Host the 2021 ACM Awards
"Night for country music bakers and their fans. Keith Urban and Mickey Guidance, hosted the Academy of Country Music Awards this evening from Nashville. There on Morris and Chris Stapled and lead the nominations with six each. Miranda Lambert follows with five as the most nominated female artists in a CM history with 68 Lifetime, NAMI. Nation's 56 ACM Awards airs this evening at eight o'clock Eastern on CBS
An Undermanned Lakers Leads to a 40 Point Score For Jaylen Brown
"Well and and tonight heading in the Celtics were a six-point favorite according to oddsshark in terms of where they would come out and they and they certainly covered there. They wanted the game bike game. Eight. So if you pick the Celtics in this one that I guess you came out on top of it, but the Celtics came in as the favorite we thought the Celtics would win this game and they really came out firing. I mean the big problem was Jaylen Brown through most of the of the night. I mean we finish up with 40 points. He's the guy they turned to when when things start to get close in the fourth, he came back and scored a couple of buckets and I look at this as as two things off for one. Jaylen Brown is is just a good player. But the second thing is the Lakers just didn't have anybody to put on him. I mean the the guys you would probably turns you would include Anthony Davis LeBron James Markieff Morris all of them sidelined and then you don't even have Andre Drummond to meet him at The Rim when he's driving and he took advantage of I mean credit to Jaylen brown, but I think a lot of this game was just sick of how many guys the Lakers have out injured right now.
ACM Awards Take Place for 2nd Time in a Year
"The academy of country music awards will be handed out on Sunday in Nashville for the second time in less than a year I'm Margie is our letter with a preview when the it feels like it wasn't that long ago that the last ACM awards happen well that's true the last ones were in September because of the corona virus pandemic the ACM's traditionally are in April Marren Morris and Chris Stapleton leads the nominations with six each Mickey Guyton who is co hosting with Keith urban will be the first black woman to host the awards the ceremony will air on CBS from the grand Ole Opry house the Ryman auditorium and the bluebird cafe in Nashville
"morris" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Well can welcome up armchair expert. I'm dash shepherd and i'm joined by monica. Platinum power has sheesh pad today. We have a very very likable funny gentleman that we had a blast talking to lamar in morris. L'amour and morris is an actor comedian and podcasters with him on the new girl as monica did and he is a really cool show on hulu called woke and then of course he's got a new scripted. Podcast called unwanted about two slackers attempting to catch an escaped convicted murderer who was allegedly hiding in their town. This was a baider-meinhof frequency illusion. Ding ding ding satisfies irs. Because as soon as we interviewed him the podcast popped up on. My podcast. Did yes oh freaky. I know but i'm really excited to listen to it. Saron dip sino. Please enjoy the morn morris. We are supported by bomba's bomba's makes the most comfortable socks in the history of feet. Monica just stuck her foot out at me. I'm wearing be full. Light blue bomba's they really are beautiful and then on the bottom. It's scott that great little arch support type. Really does either so comfortable their incredible. They've literally rethought every little detail of socks to make them way more comfortable. I wear every day. They have the cutest patterns. I always like to wear a fun sock. that's where a show off my flair for style. And they do way more than just..
"morris" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"In his early seventies and was in the military in the early sixties came home and worked for decades thereafter in the peace movement and the relationship that he had with the fbi agents who Bugged his phone. He often told me the story. When i was a kid of having problems on his line and then someone saying i'm sorry about that mr thorne. We'll get this fixed for you and him waving at them from their office across the street from his office you know they were always standing in the window And that there. Is this kind of like that particularly in that time. There's this very vivid intense back and forth between the democratic ideals and this idea that there was an existential threat to the country that came from whatever social change communists People with long hair like whatever it is that it was like this terrifying time and and to me as a thirty six year old. That always seemed like a thing that came from my dad. And i was like. That's a thing of my dad's life not a thing of my life and in the in the last couple of years. I have felt untethered way. I there was a time. When i felt like i feel like i've got a pretty good handle on what my government is and The ways in which it doesn't doesn't represent me and I feel differently about it now. There's something so strange so disorienting when you live in a world where the government that supposedly represents you shares none of your values. What does that mean. I'm not even sure what it means. It leads to a kind of anger. Despair put we do seem to be living in an almost hopeless time. Sorry to be such a downer. You're gonna throw me out of the box any minute now. You said something in a different interview. That really blew my mind. Which was you said while you know we were as people. Don't ever think that we're wrong like that's not a way that we think of the world. I'm wrong. I assume that almost everything i think is wrong. I just hope people will be nice. Let's listen to a scene from wormwood The new film slash netflix series. From my guest arrow morris and this is one of the narrative recreation all professionally acted scripted portions of the film. It's a something something. Yeah okay one of the something. Somethings from the movie. Frank olson. Who is a government. Scientists who died in mysterious circumstances is played by. Peter sars guard he in this scene. has just gone to what amounts to Like a hunting lodge retreat with some folks from the cia some colleagues and he's this is in the in the woods in maryland like a ways from washington d. c. and tim blake nelson plays One of the cia guys and he's speaking to them and things start.
"morris" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Crump. Yes and he. Essentially kind of he apologizes for the fact that his memory of these events is not purely narrative that he does not remember the sequence of events and every event in the men remember them in order but rather that he simply remember certain impressions of the events. And this is you know something that happened. Thirty five forty years ago and that that little moment in the film i mean. That's that's what memory is like. No one remembers their lives narrative. I don't think. I certainly don't we get down on our knees. If you're a believer you could go ahead and thank god if not thank anyone of your choice. Thank god that we remember so little. You were a private investigator for quite awhile Yeah do you feel like the purpose of getting involved in a mystery is because you want to solve it. You want the satisfaction of completing puzzle tempted. To say does but that wouldn't be nice Occasionally you get paid to do this kind of thing. I was paid as a private detective. But okay i'll fess up. Was my primary motivation money. No i'm not even sure what my primary motivation was curiosity. A desire to learn something that i didn't know why people search for the truth or even search for any kind of answers. Your guess is as good as mine. Part of our species. And i really do believe that. This is an extremely rotten species. I don't care what you've read. What peillon's to man what encomium to the human experience. I think it's a pretty miserable miserable species but we do have one thing going for us and that is that we have some knowledge of truth. We have some knowledge that there is a world outside of ourselves and that perhaps we can come to know something about it through effort through investigation through radio. Saination whatever you wanna call it. I have no idea what the last word you said was it. I know what it means but was that radio station. Engaging got it public radio host here supposed to call my own. When people start using big words when i went to public school. You know my favorite of them is Hippopotamus monstrous ceska. Pa- daily a phobia which is fear of large words. We've got more of my interview with errol morris after a quick break when we come back a lot of his more. Recent work focuses on the us government in the mid twentieth century. He says it was a crucial turning point in american history in time. We'll talk more about that in a minute. It's bullseye from maximum fun dot org an npr. This message comes from npr sponsor. Nerdwallet a personal finance website and app that helps people make smarter. Money moves have new money goals this year. Whether you wanna use credit card points to plan a family vacation abroad once safe or take advantage of low mortgage rates to refinance and save for your child's education. Nerdwallet is the best place to shop financial products to help. Make your money goals happen. Discover and compare the smartest credit cards mortgage lenders and more at nerdwallet dot com. Tell you about the time he broke. Stephen dorf knows the kids choice. Awards in dead pilot society scripts that were developed by studios and networks but were never produced are given the table reads. They deserve when i was a kid. I had to spend my christmas break film a psa about angel dust so yeah being a kid sucks sometimes presented by andrew reich and ben blacker dead pilots society twice a month on maximum. Fun dot your show. You like hobo with. The scarf. Lives in imagine dumpster dr. Are you ready to take your career to the next level. Well life kids here to be your career counselor all this week. We'll have episodes to help you plan your next career move. We'll give our best tips for asking for a raise finding a mentor switching careers and much more. Listen now to the life kit. Podcast from.
"morris" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"I i'm jesse thorn. Arul morris is one of my favorite filmmakers. He's the director gets shown in film schools all the time. He's contributed that much to the field of documentary. Actually seen his movies gates of heaven fast. Cheap and out of control or even the short documentaries that he made for espn. They are entertaining and fascinating and exceptionally watchable. Not like impenetrable or boring. Art house films. Morris has a way of painting these portraits of people nuanced and funny tragic fascinating his newest movie. My psychedelic love story. Tells the tale of lsd advocate timothy. Leary's longtime partner joanna hardcourt smith. She was an author an activist and according to errol maybe a cia plant. That's classic errol morris material folks. When i talked with him in twenty eighteen. He just released something really interesting. Net miniseries called. Wormwood was a bit of a departure for arrow i. He set aside his signature in tron. Which is an elaborate device. That led his. I contact with him while also making eye contact with the viewer. Instead of using the entire tron. He's conducting interviews on camera. He also draws on the work of actors to tell the story for much of the film as well. The movie is classic morris in a lot of ways it focuses on frank olson a former. Cia biochemist who died mysteriously decades ago. And his son. Eric who's worked for years to uncover the truth about his life and death. Let's take a listen to a little bit from wormwood in this scene. Eric olsen is talking about reading the results of one thousand nine hundred seventy five government investigation into his father's death when the story came out in the rockefeller commission report. I get this phone call from my brother-in-law you should read the washington post today so i ran down to allentown news in our square. Get the washington post. Read this thing. And i'm just totally blown away. There it is on the front page. Suicide revealed rockfeller commission discovered that army scientists after being drugged honesty jumped out the window of a new york hotel. Many scientists could be jumping out of windows in one thousand nine hundred fifty. Three new york city is got to be my father wait. They didn't call us. They didn't notify us. They didn't say his your father. How do you know maybe it isn't air wars. Welcome back to bullseye. Very happy to see you. Thank you for having me here. He put me in this box. Get well this is called a recording studio put. It looked like a box so weird. It is a weird like bachelor recording. Studio that i bought on craigslist. I will admit to that I hope you didn't overpay for it. No i underpaid. Paid for it if anything. Yeah this is. This is a basement recording box. There's no doubt about that One of the things that happens in a lot of your documentaries is we hear someone we see someone speaking for themselves about their own experience in because of the way that you shoot them They are looking right at us. They're making eye contact with us in a way that is unusual in documentary film because you have created a machine. That's a little bit like a teleprompter That puts your faces. You interview the subject in the line of sight of the camera directly with essentially it's to teleprompters but you're close okay. Just one teleprompter off in this film. We see you on camera talking to your subject. You're shocked i was. I was genuinely shocked. Because i had you know from even you made an entire television program called first person which was built around a person staring into the barrel of the camera and talking about their themselves in their experience. Right you've directed you've made a living making television commercials with that premise. You've done so much and mostly all we get a view. Is you kind of barking at someone from offscreen. Yes a little bit. I don't often think of it as barking. Have away so why is why. Are you on camera asking questions in this movie. What other reasons. If there is any reason may not be any reason to make documentaries but if there is any reason i hope for your sake there is a you. Get this opportunity to reinvent the form every time you make one in principle. It's possible and in principle. Maybe that's what you should be doing. I hate to make this into a kind of moral edict. But i like to think that each time i making one of these things that i can change it up. I could do something different. I can reinvent the form. I can with people. Why why not. How does it end up being different. I mean we can get into the fact that the new movie also has you know much more developed a dramatic narrative. Bits than any of your other films but even just this one part more accurately dramatic bits. It's also known as drama. Yeah but there's plenty of drama in your Your interviews as well. I was trying to figure out what the word what's the. What's the word for it. They sometimes they call it narrative but nonfiction films are narrative as well it's tricky because wormwood in particular demands some new kind of nomenclature. Hattie really even describe this. I sold it as the everything bagel Because i said glad. Put everything in this. I mean to put drama. Re-enactment caraway seeds everything but raisins. Yeah gross raisins. Don't belong bagels there okay by themselves and don't mind to raise him by itself but i don't like raising added to almost anything else there. Maybe there you go. Yeah so. But let's talk specifically about the reasons with constraints. Let's talk about the interview parts specifically first before we before we get into the acting parts. How is it. you're in this box. What am i gonna do when you're when you're shooting with when you're shooting as you did with like a million cameras in this newly like ten or something like that right so you're shooting this interview with ten different cameras. Somebody asked me why ten i said because it was one more than nyein. There you go so you get into the you. Get into the editing studio. When you're starting to put together the film what was different about having those ten shots one of which is you on camera or maybe more than one of which is you on camera Then when you are primarily using this i contact down the barrel shot that has been the signature at many of your movies. What's different. I hate people who repeat questions. But i'll repeat it anyway what's different. It's a different experience in the entire tron. I'm hidden away behind a second teleprompter. And it's almost as if i used to describe smoking as a way of simplifying the world because when you're smoking there only three things that you have to consider there's you the cigarette and the rest of the world is the ash tray.
"morris" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"What he was doing that we never got a chance to understand or no, or you know maybe like you said Matrix thing what is behind the curtain? What are we missing? What aren't we getting? Man. This is tough. This is good. So many people that I would want I know it's not a great lightning round questioned. Like. That's a lightning. we come back to it, but those are. Not. You know I know I would probably say Zoe Kravitz I just I just oh I just I just find fascinating. It's really do. Why not? Zoe, it'd be like what she she definitely comes. She goes you know that you know she's accepting that yes. Okay. It's cinema. Okay. Yeah and WHO Lamoriello. A. The. The guy that everybody wants to sixty nine. Okay I've heard of him, his name reality streets is. The Guy. WHO This hopefully easier who's your favorite muppet? Kermit. Kermit because voice and I like that it's such an easy voice to do. That like it here's how you do any of you do what? Everyone can do. Currently frog here turned racing silly thing with funny i. was just telling you that the same exact thing had that reaction kermit and well because it's easy to do Going back to my answer I would probably put. Now, this is more selfish read on things. I would go Jesus Eddie Murphy. and. Meryl Streep and here's why. It's because Jesus because then I don't need to know what Mlk got going on Jesus Kinda. Give me the the real scoop. They gotta know half homeys. So. It's true Murphy because I think he's the Goat I. Think he's just and I've never met him some interesting. That's another not to t you up like that's another brilliant impression you do. I don't remember I l you did such a good Eddie Murphy and it didn't they right into new. Ones and I and I never really officially did an Eddie Murphy impression just because so many people did it that I would take a shot at. People people understand you're going to have somebody like me. I can't I. Don't know if I can so good you just did. That and then Meryl Streep NBC's The greatest actor of all time. So she's yeah. So good I like I'll see her and things, and I never see a false moment and I'm like, how does she look so natural playing this character that character raise. Trauma. Funny. It's like man. I was thinking about her the other day in the context of like feeling good about being an actor feeling good about. Looking forward to acting again, thinking about and and like I one of the reasons I love is like I feel myself getting better feel like. But but I know, I will never be able to do which he. There's just like she. She's one of those people that like raises the bar has raised it. So Lights Meryl Streep to somebody I couldn't just couldn't do it and I get that same feeling from obviously from her but you know. Like a Denzel you know I've watched all his movies and he sees. So in control I was watching flight before I got on with you and even in the moments where the plane is going down, he's still just okay grabbed A. Movies. Like men play was gonNA crash I'd want him to be the guy sitting next to me A. Totally. Totally. In control will you have moments? When you're having your like quote unquote breakdown you what's so great about that in the pilot of woke is that you are so in control of being out of control and that makes any sense. Yeah. It's almost like people should have stayed there. I mean people in the show leaves the room and they're like what the facts happening but like it's a real dynamic like a come to Jesus. Oh, come to your dinner friend moment. Thank you if you had to be one age for the rest of your life what would you pick physically physically twenty five? Yes. Oh God. I didn't take advantage of me being twenty five when I. I had some fun but I were. A reputation for having fun. You were quite the ladies man they're. Twenty five was Yeah. I guess I did have. If if you could be reincarnated non human animal, what would you be? ooh. I WANNA say alanine. Because I a chance to go to safari and watch how the Lions are respected. However. It's so hot out there and they just little lazy as. Some like. To be be line maybe a spider monkey and I feel like the YELP and they do all this crazy stuff and they flyer always look like they're having. So I don't know one of those probably pick the lion just because I'd be the boss and I get to just eat one time a day and just children rest and you could hang out with other spider mark. Feel really good. Probably hard to. Exactly Yeah. Would you rather be called unattractive or unfunny unattractive? Attractive because I know women that especially what we do, you know what I mean like you know scientists, you know have their thing right? A LOT OF TECH TECH GROWS IN TECH techniques and stuff like they have their thing. They're they have a skill set which people attractive. So no matter what you look like as long as you're bringing something to the table that's attractive dryer you're. Looking people out there. Can't care. This. Job Not in La. which which golden girl do you most identify with Dorothy Blanche rose or Sophia I want to say blanche because she's a little freaky. Isn't that? Definitely is you You're right. We always tiptoe around what Blanche's we always. Brother and I never know how to exactly describe the one. We usually use his She's a good time. Charley Yep there's like an innocence to that in turn that like. She's she is she's the. She. Every. Day. Okay that's enough we got. Moving. She. Enjoyed her twenty s as well. Imagine. Yes. Yes. God bless. I that's something to. which do you prefer dogs or cats stocks, dogs I work with a cat for a while but it was not. All that Winston Winston had a Kanye Academy Ferguson those that's that's. 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"morris" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
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"morris" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"You man you too. Are you. So you're in Austin, now I am I am in Austin I missed that place in which I'm going to send you a couple gets the white horses, grades there so many gods. Justice and the social climate that we're in right now I am not going to a place called white no I. I think I know. Why just refuse because Morris's and humane treatment of. Right I forgot in. Your your. Visual of all, it's so good. I haven't seen you in. China remember how long it's been since the last I don't know five years men it's been a while was the since you've been on the show or Yeah. Yeah. I. I was shocked to learn recently that Jake Jake and Max don't. Hang. Out Don't hang out I didn't know that honestly that's something that we maximize myself have been wondering why that's the case. Jake. Jake is completely available to to to. See, he made it sound like it was just a thing that happened between the three guys. I just this is how it worked out that we just end up not seeing each other now that's his excuse. I can show you. I can show you plenty messages where I'm like Hey Jake, you wanNA hang out and be friends and. He's like, who is this? Or? Or no do I'll facetime believe Jacobs ever answered a facetime call for me. Well, the way he explained it was like it's weird that you're just why would we do that? In a way I get it. I kind of get both sides. It's like I. Think I hung out with Jake once but it may have been to like talk about a pro may have been extensively to talk about a project and we ended up just bullshitting and having fun. But he also said that when you guys together I mean this may have something to do not to make excuses for him. But like he said when you guys were together, it becomes like Holy Shit it's the guys from new girl. Yes. amplifies how recognizable you are. But that's really cool though. The worst is that. It's not the actually it could be it could be pretty disastrous if all of us are like, you wouldn't be able to eat you wouldn't be able to grab a beer. You know that's what he said and I imagine that is true because I as I said to him after I've been acting for a while before I went on new girl and that gave me just being on a few episodes of that was like all of a sudden I was getting recognized by for the most part younger people. It's like Oh, my God you're Paul and they wouldn't even call me my I had this arrogance that like I, done enough that they might maybe they know my name, you know. They'd be like they call me my characters. It'd be like Oh shit. It's gins earlier. And I I. He was like a Nerdy goofy guy on that show. So they cannot treat me like when you're classic Dan's. To. Yeah. Well man that's insane that that show the one. We'll do that for you. Oh. Within a couple of weeks of that for separate and I remember doing it for like it's funny to think about now doing it like not certainly not begrudgingly be kind of like Oh that might be a fun diversion wasn't working I was a fantasy. And I I knew a little bit but like You know it was like I mean had I know now I would have been far more eager to yeah that's in psych make sure and then it became this thing. But at the time I don't even think it had aired yet and I just remember there being so much excitement on about this new show you're doing I remember you we had an aired yet and I remember us going in the editing offices and looking at a little piece of an episode with you. I think I remember sitting watching it and and and you just being like super chill about it and I remember I was going like Oh i wonder what it looks like. Yeah this is your first. It was your first major thing, right? Yeah. Yeah. I I mean, I've done some TV hosting before like I used to work for bt. And I had a video game and gadget show on that network that I did a bunch of commercials prior to. All right to it like too many commercials. I was getting recognized from commercials Like v AU the Twix Dude or you the? Vegas Dude and I was getting a lot I. Think Jake actually at the audition. Knew me from commercials. Well, I think I my mom was a commercial actress and I think that is a really great training ground I was talking to a friend of mine who does commercials and was kind of down on it and I said I made the point to her that if you can be convincing a natural when you're when you're going on about toothpaste, how much you love this toothpaste that trains you for when you have a great grounded script or like really funny script like new girl. It must be such a relief to get to light sink your teeth into that one hundred percent I remember I met B J Novak One. In my life I, think one time. He kept staring at we were at a dinner. It was a random dinner. It was it was one of those things where I got invited by some produce new producers. Myself was Jeff Ross B J. Novak John Mayer and John was doing comedy. And so they want us to sit with him and just listen to some of his stuff in guests. Take Nine hours late to the dentist. So I got. Throwing jokes back and forth, and I was like what is going on this table. A going dude. I love that twix commercial. You did I. Thank you man I was like, Yeah I've just you know trying to graduate out of that and you know just TV's new thing for me and figuring know we were having a conversation about it and he goes if you can make my life in thirty seconds of twix commercial you, he's like that's great man you can do it on TV and that for some reason gave me more confidence you know to think he's writing I just was struck by how how much chemistry you guys all right away it's like you had. You known each other for a while and you have been working together for why but it only been a couple of weeks I want to say, yeah, I. Was it. How did that happen? How could that GEL pretty pretty quick. Right off the bat, it was like all hands on deck thing because my character wasn't written for you. good baseman after the first episode you replace Yeah that's right. Damon Wayans Junior. Yeah. If the pilot and had you seen what he did with today I mean it was a totally different character. Yeah. But I see at the at the time when he had done the pilot didn't obviously he couldn't finish the partly can finish the season. Let's go. Back to happy endings and so they've asked all the actors reading for the new character to just watch because actually originally they wanted us to they were thinking about replacing coach that character redoing the pilot, and so they had asked us to watch the pilot and I was one of the only people who had really known what was happening because I had. Come close to getting the part originally I had four editions already prior to it. Oh. Wow Four and in fact, they offered me the heart. The off me part but the problem was I just accepted an offer two hours prior. Bs and had to leave the test through new girl because I got an offer it. So I didn't go to the test. Lemoyne was that like an uncharacteristically busy successful pilot season for you or had other pilots seasons had you been getting close like that other years? That was my only pilot season? No Shit Yeah and it was a back and forth between CBS and Fox and it was pretty cool. Just because I. You know it was. Okay. So the CVS show was a show called the assistance with the T. J., Miller Heather locklear and David Henry Sir arrived at Jason Jones. It was a fun show cast a multi cam hybrid show but then I remember having the first audition in tanking it but it wasn't my fault the casting systems reading with me dot she would go off script And dropped lines oh boy and shopping. So many lines and I liked to improvise. So I was kind of trying to vibe with her but then show house like where is she in the script? I can so far off and so I didn't get the originally they said they passed on me..
"morris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"You always going to be more still yet more calm. Friends come see you may be hanging out at the house just relax and I was mom you crazy shut up all of the session from among. Black latter. But. would. Just go. All right. Cool half on the thing but then once the quarantine happened, my mom was like. So adjusted already like she's like everyone's gotta stay home. That's easy like you know me I'm itching. You know it's it's hard to really it's hard to get a grasp on especially when you're you know when you're young and you're ambitious and shits happening and you're working and you're getting offers and it's like Oh this is what I sought out to do. This is good. I. Don't need to sit still fuck sitting still. Then at a certain point, you realize stillness is a skill set that you have to cultivate because of the time were just running away from the millions of things that we're trying to process at all times. Exactly. Exactly. Your skin genuinely starts to each man like it. I'm learning how to get I'm learning how to to to cope with things now, much better. I found it I. You know I've been at my house for about two years. I'm exploring parts of my house that I never explored before me you know A. Kid I have like a whole pomegranate tree in my backyard I never knew. Wonderful that's one. We don't you know. We're always it's so easy to look forward and backward. But we it's so rare that we look at like what's in our immediate vicinity? We sort of just take it for granted. We're either just you know. Wayne the future away in the past. Ned. In and I really do believe. Cultivating the idea of being able to present and look around and go. Okay there's that tree and that makes pomegranates and I think about that. It kinda nature melts my mind like I feel like the things that we were not raised to really learn how to to. Were definitely not watch my brothers. Sometimes my brother is has let this beautiful mind my brother he reads reads everything he knows about everything and you know I'll go on the back and go man as like did you see that we have this this lemon lemon tree there's lemons on the ground and he goes oh, are actually Myers. Lemons. Those are. Derived from. Here, that's not a that's a that's. What some other weird lemon type or something like they have all these random trees in our backyard and he'll he'll identify with all of them, and if sometimes like I'll pick something early get pissed off. And dive. But. So interesting because I've been, you know I've been watching farming videos just for fun. Going I fucking get it now I get it. On a farm everything you need is right there. You grow the stuff you know like the animals they poop and it helps to go this. At Melk an egg and you get. It seems like some type of Wizardry, but it's like not just natured. So. We're coming court like I think nature's magic. You guys. Yeah..
"morris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Dot Com. This episode is Lamar Morris who you may have seen on the new girl. He was just in this VIN diesel movie bloodshot. He's been in a ton of stuff. The mourn has a wonderful career and he is really great in everything that he's in and. Mormon. I met one other time he was on midnight maybe four years ago I think it was four years ago and. He was really funny and he won and he won the Internet for a day and then. We didn't really talk I don't think we talked again until this podcast and sometimes when you're catching people, you know sometimes it can take a minute to sort of settle in or find you know like a connection point or something and honestly l'amour and I just like right from the get go right from hello I feel like we just super connected and. And I really really really really loved chatting with him. So The mort if you're listening thank you so much for your time. I Adore your work I'm a fan of your work and I'm a fan of you as a person. So thank you. Thank you. Thank you for coming on. He has a new show on Hulu right now called woke it is streaming. Now, who is soon as you're done with his podcast, you can turn off your podcasting device and go watch it on. Hulu or maybe it's the same device you could just jump from the PODCAST APP to the Hulu. APP. It's all right there because we're living in the future. All right. Here's The podcast number ten, ninety, three with l'amour Morris. Initiated. Protocol. Wonderful could see I. I. I I don't know if it was maybe might have been like four years ago but I remember you did at midnight and I think you were on with carrot top with Mike Correct in remembering that I was care top and I'm I'm glad to say that I want this. On the Internet man. For Twenty three hours and thirty minutes. Yes. How have you been keeping occupied in these several months of I mean I keep my wife and I keep calling quarantine we're technically not really quarantined but were assuming that were under self quarantine. It's been strange to be honest with you when it first started one of those..
"morris" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"Jimmy Morris historian one for the ages so much so that Disney made his life into a movie in two thousand and two called the rookie and his most recent book. DREAM ACRES COMES OUT June twenty third. He is back for extra innings. Jim Morris so glad to have you back on the show. Nationally Sarah Thank. You grab me so I gotta say man I'm I'm start this off with a compliment. I'm GonNa Kiss Your behind so I I've been looking at your playing days, and we all know the great story. It's so uplifting phenomenal. Get to that. How are you in better shape? Now I mean you are in phenomenal shape, I mean. Are you guy that's always active because most people as they get older, they put the pounds on. I'm raising my hand for those. That can't see but I. TRY to exercise it. Try to run. I, try to get enough. What is your secret because you are getting more fit by the year? You know. Battled chronic illness for a long time and The, more people say I can't do something. Tomorrow makes me WANNA. Do something. And so we've worked out and I'll tell you what these last five months. Hasn't been. A time for me to reset and retool and get ready for something new. Because, we have no idea what normal is gonNA, be so I've been able to work out at walked. My doctors. My neurologists said you'll never walk again. You're starting. Drag your leg and my mom bought me a cane. I got rid of all that and I'm walking five to ten miles a day, and now I'm running. So <hes> you know what I just I like to be in motion when I'm in motion, I can sing better in so when I can sing better that clears the mind out, and you know what now my neurologist is going. You don't have Parkinson's more. That's not possible, said you know what anything's possible. Yeah, that's amazing. I was I. was going to bring that up. I was Kinda taking whether it should or not. You were diagnosed with Parkinson's now things the sound of it sound very positive wing for Jim. Absolutely I had a I had turned it down slowly. and. When you get to read the book you're going to understand chapter ten is going to. Either blow people sox offer. It's GonNa make inferior furious and go. WHO believes in that stuff, but I eventually. Turned off my deep brain stimulator, which was the electricity sent Dopamine Mimic does me and my brain turn it off, and there was a message I got quite strongly to turn it off I did and I went back some urologists. She did a brain scan on me and made me do all these Parkinson's test. My balance was a great I was standing on one toe, and then the other toe on both feet could turn circles I can touch my nose with my eyes closed and everything else, and the brain scan came back clean and she goes. You do not have Parkinson's anymore. And she goes I've been doing this for fifteen years, and that does not happen. Said well. I'm standing in front of you. Holy Cow I need. Your Life is legitimately filled with like miracles, because that is unbelievable, and and that makes me feel really happy because you know that's usually a diagnosis. People panic rightfully, so, but I'm so happy a better place now. My that such good news to hear. Awesome. Thank you so much. It's been. It's been a blessing. I've got a daughter out in California, and she's doing a Bible school saying she just graduated with vessel. She was talking to us the other day and she's been reading the book and she's like you know. What <hes> can you give up some of the miracle, so we can have? A. And I WANNA get to adjust you ago. I want to I want to end the interview talking about your book. Because I'm right before chapter nine, which is maybe the most interesting chapter title I've ever read in my life, but we're going to get there eventually. We're going to get there, so it's just a couple. Things before I get to your life. Is Baseball in big trouble Jimmy Johnson baseball going to this year. We're going to have baseball again, you think. I had not one clue and I'll tell you this and it's I. Talk About this in my speech is baseball. Has Seen US through wars, depressions, recessions civil unrest when the men couldn't play, the women played. Baseball has seen US through our entire democracy and now. That question is up in the air and if there's no baseball, there's no concessions there. No ticket tickets. There's no security <hes>. There's nothing and there's no fans and so. I'm hoping they get back on the field pretty soon at least filming it, so he has something to do at home besides workout or eat banana, bread and. I just want our sports back and it doesn't matter if it's baseline of all sports and I WANNA see everybody, get back. Their business and I want to see all those great athletes gooden after it and were. We just got a lot of big unknowns right now,
"morris" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"February. Seventeen ninety. Three Washington appointed governor the minister to France. All this time. He's been working for Robert. Morris Bananas an official Government a Senate not all on board with the nomination. Senator Sherman said Governor. An irreligious and profane. Man I am gets such characters. Yeah James Monroe attack got an ear in the Senate as quote a monarchy man not suitable to be employed by this country nor in France. But still he got confirmed sixteen to Eleven. Washington told them he had act more responsibly. And Governor wrote back he would and that he would stand a French and turtle affairs which of course he didn't do right. He still worked behind the scenes to save the king that month there was another uprising and the king gave governor one million to hold for him that to hold a really bet. I would say it's a really bad sign. If a king gives you a million bucks to hold onto. Just in case shit goes back key. He gave a million to hold onto. Him is the hold onto the money for him. Oh hold on okay. Hold onto it. Okay Gotcha so he's okay. Well I didn't know what the fuck you at a whole different absolutely confused. The LOSS PAT on August tenth. The attacks game soldiers and French citizens fought with loyalist troops. Six hundred loyalists were killed. Their bodies mutilated and then burned in bonfires. That's a hell of a bonfire. Yeah that'll take dudes do just dudes. Yeah the French elite were hiding arrested or being killed. Go veneer quote. Another man is beheaded this evening for crimes against the state he hit. Adel and her ten year old son in his house and on August. Twenty ninth militia came to search for weapons and he refused to let them. It would have been fucked if they found her right in. September the monarchy was abolished. Adele got fake passports and fled to England. Lafayette tried to make for Holland but was caught by the Austrians and imprisoned governor had Dutch bankers. Send Lafayette Ten K. For expenses in jail he also sent the message that the US be very upset if military hero quote should be in. What governor is now being searched and arrested often? He bought a House. Twenty twenty seven miles outside of Paris and tried to stay there as much as possible but also upset the French with new also upset the new French government by letting aristocrat stay with him and he would always refuse to let anyone into arrest them which you can do because he has diplomatic immunity so he he basic I mean yeah okay right. So He's basically allowed to house. Whoever wants to house essentially yeah but it's pissing off. The French for. The king was executed in January. Seventeen Ninety Three Marie Antoinette was tried in October. The hate of women took part in the trial. She was accused of molesting her own son. Sexual promiscuity and high treason the TRIFECTA. Yeah the Big Three. It was an all male jury. She was executed two days later. The horse continued in December. Seventeen ninety three so even after the King Queen Gone. They're still there's only after all right then and then in the National Assembly. There's just shifting groups who are at one point the radicals than another becomes the radicals and then. They're killing the radical. So it's just a fucking shit show. Is it still weeding out? Kind of the bureaucratic thieves or is it more. Well yeah on completely wild like the the the the nobility who who were really just so it's right from the head down essentially. Yeah but now the now all the groups that are trying to take over our fire fighting amongst one another. So it's you know So she's executed in December. Seventeen ninety three governor wrote quote some days ago a man applied to the government for damages. Done to Corey. The damage done to him was by the number of dead bodies thrown into his pit which choked up so much that he could not get men to work at it so he has his case got cory clogged with bodies and began. Since since the Corey's covered bodies people show up for the help wanted sign and they're like oh I need a job. It's a great place to work. Also it's hard to get rocks out of under all the bodies so the guy was like. Hey can I can the government give me a little help here or we start using men for rocks in the summer of seventeen ninety four the US accepted Francis request to recall governor. Here he was no longer a minister. He left France and went to Switzerland. Young out for a little while exiled. French nobles and then he went to Hamburg where Adele was living. Her husband had been guillotined so she was single. Jesus Christ she's got a lot of luck she let go veneer know she was available for marriage. She probably WanNa get married because at also choose breeding bleeding from her breasts. Which meant you probably had a tumor or something. And she had a kid so she wanted to be taken care of. He explained that he didn't want to marry her before and didn't now he didn't want to be committed. Still in June seventeen ninety five he left Hamburg and went to the United Kingdom while there he saw canal in Scotland that a across the country and he thought a canal be perfect for America kept traveling around Europe and having sex with tons of women. I did that for four or five years in October. Seventeen Ninety eight. He returned to the US. I've fought them. All attell ended up marrying a Portuguese diplomat and a good life. He went back to Morris Jonah to fix it up. The roof was leaking so he rebuilt the entire house sure Charlotte. He spent the equivalent of about five hundred thousand dollars today. He entertained guests and expected them to listen to him. One guest wrote quote on a certification perceiving. The attentions of his hearers begin to flag. He suddenly ejaculated. I shall address the teapot and accordingly closed his argument with that silent representative. I'm sorry so. He wanted everyone to pay attention. And at one point the guests were not paying attention so he said he would just talk to the teapot and then he talked to the teapot. Okay good 'cause you throw in a Jackie late in their avenue. That was good. Three off majorly. That's there was one word. It was like a if that was a band that would have been ejaculate on the words here. Yeah so he was still living the same way. He had in France which was not normal for America. One man wrote quote upon entering the in I found Governor Morris with two French valets a French traveling companion and his hair buckled up in about one hundred paper. Curlers his guys good sized his wooden leg curlers French attendants and French conversation made the host stare most pretentiously star look. Yeah you gone big rubber. Moore's now in prison for debt. So governor started working as a lawyer. Now we're at the point now where federalists and Republicans were to parties and they hated each other in eighteen hundred read. A senator resigned and New York governor to serve the remaining three years of his term. He's now federalist Governor now believed that whichever party had power. The opposing party would act correctly to prevent abuse of power so he basically if there would from now on there would always be a check on. The other party is correct. I'm ready to move on by.
"morris" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"He had dinner several times with Jefferson in July. He was also buying stuff for George Washington he was Kinda like his personal shopper. George Washington semi listed by Senator Tim Amazon wishlist. Today have T- maybe a new mouth. He posed as Washington's body model for a statue. Boy They really couldn't draw fucking body from memory this other body from another painting. That's fine I think it was just because they were the same size. I would imagine Dave I mean I know yeah I don't need to get one. Company was not impressed with the King. Who called quote a small beer character? A small beer character. Yes like a Hamm's bear with that. Mackenzie yeah I guess a small beer character. Bonnie girl at the slightest shoe of opposition gibbs up everything every person so the kings just week. Goba near thought. French leaders were fickle and that they could not last they just spoke for a fact and when it didn't work just change their minds. Kaiser quote be their words nor ideas. Rumors were grounded in experience and they could change in the blink of an eye. Lafayette was made head of the National Guard and governor told him the French should invade Flanders and Holland to start a war with Britain and Austria. He stated very plainly. This would be to distract the French. People Allow Cheeses Christ even back then mean that is so. How can you build a house on the same blueprint? It's just insane. He and Adele kept their hot affair going. She was very smart. Her husband was probably going to be killed in the Revolution. She believed and she was trying to keep her options open in different areas. Have she didn't governor got really hot and heavy sex at her apartment in his carriage and in the visitors. Waiting Room of a convent. Wow Sunnis. Who needs the French street stories hanging out with Adele committed in the Waiting Room of a convent? Serious talk a three point. Shot Cave winner. That is right. I would be very fast. You'd have no choice when he wrote about having sex with his diary. Call it a quote the rights the joy or the needful right. She is at went to London for Robert Morris. Robert was now sinking because the United States was getting its finances together and that kind of fucked up his whole plan he put everything into land but the US getting its finances together. Made the land less attractive and the debt he want to buy was going up in price To the whole thing is coming governor went back to Paris in November so he was gone for whatever service nine months and he went straight to see Adelle but she had a new lover a twenty five year old. British Noble Governor and Adele went back and forth hating and wanting each other. He openly flirted with another married woman in front of her. He's also banging other married women. I mean it was us all up. In France they eventually got back together Dell said she wanted to leave her husband marry him and move to America but he was not into it. He didn't want to be tied down saying yeah. But but yeah it's weird to get into psychology and that. Yeah I wonder what happened The king was now being forced stay.
"morris" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Someone? That they liked our podcast and then they called be mark before we start the story. The waffling which I think is the perfect description for what we do up top we wanted. I didn't read the beginning of the review colleague. Bullshit up January thirty th seventeen fifty two that. I this learn the Lord. Jesus Christ this episode is I found because we're going through last week's episode. There was a character and I was like. What's this guy's story now? Now that this story the Lasso the high voice Fancy man who Ended up having beans for balls right. That's right Governor Morris was born in the province of New York. His father was Lewis Morris Junior. His mother was Sarah Gouverneur which is how he got his first name. They used her maiden name as his first name. Okay grab what you do. Yep really up your kid well. This is a time when there weren't a lot of names to go around. There were hard you and your family would be splitting a morsel of name. Yeah I mean they had seven names at seven names to go Rach Earth Right. He was given. His mother's maiden name is first name. the governors were Hugo dots or French. Protestants as tell you obviously yeah. They're not astronauts named Hugh for those of you at home thinking that the sixteen sixty three they fled Europe to new Amsterdam. They'd be they became the Morris's became hot shit or go veneers sorry became hatchet. Grandfather was a governor of New York and his uncle governor. Pennsylvania becomes governor Guvener. Give me more. He was raised in Morris Morris. Sorry exhibiting more Sania or a saint. That's that's what. They named their estate that they named their estate Mauritania so they were willing to come up with a new for their estate. Their son they're like yeah. What do we have laying around this? This'll do their name is Morris. The last word it's more Estonia. That's what they just. They just made it after last night. Sure they just use the Transylvania technique. They're like Albania that's right. It's a sixteen hundred acres state in what is now the Bronx Como. Hey now day. So Lewis. His father wasn't thrilled with the first batch of Boise had with his first wife. Sure treat them like months love it. That's right. She kicked it. She's gone. He married Sarah after that and then he had a young governor and he really saw something in this kid he thought this kid was the cream of the crop compared to the other brothers okay. Let's get actually had something you got to keep her. That's right. He's going to cherish a nurse and supportive and nurturing he. He had pulled his other sons out of Yale after not liking the schools connection to religion and saying everyone in. Connecticut was quote. Low and coming. This is this guy is a heart. He's hard to get a read on and he's doing good. He's doing so bad. He wanted the best for governor quote. It is my desire. That my son Governor Morris have the best education that is to be had in Europe or America. You love your son you just you. Don't name him governor near point if you love it you like. He's going to get the snot kicked out of school. You're billy in sixteen seventy one. When he was nine governor was sent to the Academy of Philadelphia which had been founded by Benjamin Franklin. Okay Pratt former president. That's right on this show. He was indeed a leader of the country at one point the next year. Governors Dad died. Okay thank you for. That was heading into my joke with a death. Appreciate Okay so now no mother no father just. I'm still in his will. Governor got a slave his father shaving box a seal ring and a pair of gold buttons. His father wore everyday day. How how old is he? Is that ten. The Dave it is beyond comprehension for to be willed another human being. Yeah no it's only human being. It's not great. Tell you what it's really made me forget the other things that were on the list. What else was on the list? Even I my mind exploded when you said that. He blamed the flame. Be Shaving box. A seal ring and a pair of gold buttons a seal ring. I assume it's a bring made out of.
"morris" Discussed on Espionage
"In the morning dawned quiet and bright at the Cohen's his own New York bronze stone but Morrison Lona Cohen. Were anything but sunny. The rosenbergs had just been apprehended. When an unexpected knock rattled the front door the immediately jumped to the worst conclusion they'd been found out to uh another knock? There wasn't time to think Morris made his way towards the door. Thank goodness it was Yuri Sokolov. A high ranking Soviet spy not the FBI. Lana emerged from behind Morris but your e put a finger to his lips. He urgently gestured for a pen and paper his quickly scribbled message read. You have to leave tonight. Morris Morris and Luna's is widened Yuri scribbled another note. Burn these as I write them. It wasn't safe to speak their apartment might might be bugged in the building under watch other volunteer. Networks were being rounded up. It was only a matter of time before Morris and Lona Were arrested Morris pace the floor as Yuri urgently turned note after note. Loan burn them immediately. They were to leave. Leave that night and carry nothing with them but the wallets in their pockets and the clothes on their backs. Anything else posed a risk of unwanted attention their friends and family must be left behind. They should contact. No one. Morris silently protested but he insisted the prosecutor had asked for the death penalty for the rosenbergs. Did they want the same fate. If they valued valued their lives. They had to leave immediately. Do and this is.
"morris" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Morris overalls with a pretty decent drive we started out with dryer roads and we expected it wasn't a slick drive like we thought last night we went to bed with that freezing drizzle least not down here the metro area the foot hills drive another story it's been kind of slick there and a slick over monument on north and I twenty five south cash right but we had our crashes they've been concentrated all that I twenty five drive coming out of cash rocket into the tech center north but I twenty five still got that crash and happy again and looks like it's in the right lane they clear the crash to the shoulder north and I twenty five Lincoln so little bit better through their your backup from rich gay trying to get up towards the four seventy still pretty busy drive on the north side that includes that drive on westbound I. seventy six coming down past eighty eight down the I. twenty five are your drive on two seventy is real heavy in both directions east of I twenty five down to York and westbound from Quebec your I. seventy drive still pretty heavy westbound I. seventy load up from the Boulevard all we the downtown east bound from federal that downtown drive as well as the tech center Dr and I twenty five pretty heavy traffic our university has re opened that was close nor the Hamden for a water main break the water main actually broke on Clayton near university that's for the work will be today are your drive up past golden and on to U. S. six triplet creek canyon that's blocked off right now by an accident just west of the first time what you run into that's total one it's just west of that gravel hauling some I got sideways on the mountain roads coming down toward gold this report is what you buy blue emu Luini liking cream a blue in the match of arthritis cream both our deep penetrating an older free beat the pain two ways to live life we review it works fast and you won't stink available nationwide retailers next update in ten minutes on KO eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM Hey what's up its rally from the Kane show and I just took a little visit to the brand new were modeled Rockville dealership persons kia and they have hundreds of vehicles ready to go basically every single thing you could want they have right there on the lot and every new vehicle that you buy from hers and kia includes two years free maintenance the greatest thing about them too is that they've been around in business for sixty years so you can pretty much trust that they know what they're doing when it comes to sell you the car that you want and they're conveniently located just half a mile south of shady Grove metro recently I got to drive the new kia soul that thing drives like a dream the interior is super stealth and that all these awesome safety features inside of it which is really important to me because nine times out of ten I'm driving around with my son who's three I love this car see dealer.
"morris" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"Good Morning America this is the cats roundtable John Katzman tedious here Sunday morning what's going on with the country well we have a good friend on his Dick Morris thank you for calling in this Sunday morning and catch up again real soon thank you this is the catch roundtable be right back
"morris" Discussed on Malicious Life
"Morris. The windows displayed on my brand new son, three gave ooh of info. Some in three d. when what to my burning red eyes should appear, but dozens of nobody jobs, oh, dear with the blitzkrieg invasion. So virulent and firm. I knew in a moment it was as worm more rapid than eagles. His processes came and they fought an exact and they copied by name now dasher now dancer now, prancer and vixen on comet on cupid on Donner and blitzen to the sites in our hosts and hosts, John equipped now dash away, dash away, dash away. All. The end of the Morris worm wasn't the end of its creators story. Once the program was traced back to him, Morris was promptly served with felony court and court date. He may not have realized why being arraigned by authorities that his indictment was actually good news. It's well known strategy for prosecutors to make an example out of an individual charged with a new sort of crime. One without precedent. The attorney in charge of prescription later told the Washington Post that he very well could have charged Morris separate felony for each of the thousands of computers, his warm effect, he opted to woods leniency. What would you do? If you were deciding on Robert Morris's trial? Would you punish him to dissuade future hackers from pulling similar stunts. Would you be easy since he's still just a loner, grad student, even the internet community didn't know what to do with the kid. A Coronel commission report categorized the general consensus by saying, quote, sentiment among the computer science professional community appears to favor strong disciplinary measures for pepetrators of acts of this kind such disciplinary measures, however, should not be so stern as to damage permanently the perpetrators career and quote some called for full pardon? Others took it all much more personally. Oh, I think there was some people were outraged. I think I was to some extent in part because the network community using systems up until that point was a relatively closed, like minded community. It wasn't open to the public at large. There was no commercial data on. It wasn't classified. There was intrigued secret. There wasn't any. There was nothing like an Amazon or EBay or anything like that. It was all research oriented and mailing lists and exchanging code. And those of us who were maintaining systems freely exchange information about how to protect systems and what to look for. So this code that had been inserted that took down systems took advantage of flaws was almost taken personally because it was a small community that somebody had violated the trust. Somebody had violated our systems. At the time I. Was not a hundred percent sure that he should have been charged with the felony version. Although a what he had done was was clearly a very bad lapse of judgement and clearly did harm. Although at the numbers, I think the government came up with were were inflated when deciding on what to do with Robert Morris. Those presiding in court had much of the same basis for their decision as you have now, lots of technical mumbo jumbo and some conflicting accounts of the kind of man they were dealing with. Most people took the view that Morris was just one of those classic computer recluses who made an error in judgment. The Cornell jurisdiction noted that quote, this appears to have been an uncharacteristic act for Morris to have committed according to those who knew him well, in the past, particularly while and. Undergraduate at Harvard University Morris appear to have been more concerned about protecting against abusive computers rather than in violating computer security and quote this from the same report that called Morris's worm selfish and inconsiderate and a juvenile act, Robert Morris, senior luckily for son and a thirty. On the matter characterize the affair as quote, the work of a board graduate student at quote, the prosecutors summoned both Andrew and Paul Graham to testify about the event and the character of their colleague. In contrast to the relatively innocent picture, some painted of Robert Morris, the was evidence to premediation and even malice that complicated matters is just one example when investigators found a backup copy of the warm in Morris's five. They also happened upon a good deal of comments and. Notes, hit reading about it in the process. It tends out Morris hoped to use his worm to create about net, especially in the early days of computers. The idea of one person sitting up an army of computers to follow his every command must have seen more than a bit creepy. At