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"mortenson" Discussed on Blue Roads
"Welcome to the Blue Roads Change Baker podcast. I'm Patty Talbot. Ceo and CO founder of Blue Roads Education Group in this series. You'll enjoy hearing from amazing. Change Makers Solution Aries and social innovators who have taken the path from local citizen to global change maker by working to change the system that creates the world's most challenging issues. We structure these interviews. Around the Blue Road slogan homegrown solutions for a patchwork world and ask participants to tell us about their origins their work to address issues in their communities. How they've engaged with others different from themselves and how they use these experiences to make the leap to change makers addressing the UN Sustainable Development Goals as their host. I try hard to take myself out of the conversation as much as possible so you won't notice that typical back and forth of the interview process. Help this will help you to hear their stories as a complete narrative that addresses all four quadrants of the blue roads. Change maker journey homegrown solutions for a patchwork world day. I'm thrilled to be talking with Dana Mortenson who is co founder and CEO of World Savvy about her change maker journey. I can draw a direct line from my first association with world savvy as a participant in global competent certificate program to the work. I'm doing today to promote change makers working to realize the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Her work and the work of her team at world savvy had been hugely influential in the way. I've thought about teacher leader preparation ever since. This is part. One of a two part conversation where Dana tells her story within the Blue Roads Change maker framework in this piece. She relates her story mostly to the first three quadrants telling about her homegrown roots reproach to creating solutions for an education system missing some critical pieces and her take on what it means to work with what we call the patchwork of diversity Welcome everyone. I'm so excited. Today to have Dana Mortenson with.
"Here's the editor of Lens. Work Publishing Bruce Jensen. Let me confess right here at the beginning of this podcast that it's not always necessary to know where you've been in order to look ahead and know where you're going but it's awfully useful sometimes to know the history of what it is that you're about to attempt and to know how other people have tried to do what you're about to try to do and to learn from them as they say if. I've seen farther than others is because I've stood on the shoulders of giants. What would this in mind? You can imagine my reaction when the following story occurred. I was attending a photo review session. I was doing reviews there and I was looking through a body of work from a young woman and in the course of normal conversation talking about her work. I said well. This work reminds me a lot of the work of Edward Weston which I intended sort of a compliment but also to indicate to her that what she was doing wasn't necessarily as new and innovative and revolutionary as she thought it was and I was absolutely nonplussed. When her response was who's Edward Weston she had previously explained that she had an MFA in photography. So I wasn't quite sure how to respond to the fact that an MFA graduate in photography had never heard of Edward Weston and didn't know who he was explained a little bit about Edward Weston and the history of photography and she then explained that in the program that she was involved in she did not have to take the history of photography as that was an elective in her program. And I I suppose that's okay but as you can imagine. I was a little bit discouraged by that. But I've softened over the years and I realized that maybe maybe there's more to this than meets the eye because the problem is there's no limit to that train of thought. Okay so maybe you've heard of Edward Weston but you haven't heard of Mortenson okay maybe you've heard of Mortenson but you haven't heard of Ph Emerson. How far back do you go? How much knowledge do you have to have? How obscure a photographer is necessary. In order for you to have what might be considered a legitimate excuse for not ever having heard from of course. Edward Weston's very famous photographer but fame is also something that is curious in this regard. For example I just recently discovered of novelist from the nineteenth century named J S Fletcher. I'd never heard of J S Fletcher and turns out. He was during his lifetime practically the most popular crime novelist of his generation. Rivaling Sir Arthur CONAN doyle and Sherlock Holmes. And all of that J S Fletcher wrote two hundred thirty some odd books and I just discovered I'd never heard of him never heard him referred to in any conversations but yet in his day he was incredibly popular so the farther we look back in history the more some people are going to be obscured by nothing more substantial than time and collective memory that does not however mean that photographic literacy is unimportant in fact. I believe photographic literacy is very important. And here's a good demonstration of why I think so a few weeks ago as in my local library looking through some of the books. They had for sale as part of their fundraiser. And I found an interesting older volume called the reader's digest reader. It's an anthology selection done by Theodore Roosevelt. Not The president. But the president's son I think Published in nineteen forty. The president died in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine so I'm assuming it's Theodore Roosevelt junior who died nineteen forty four. According to Kapiti he anyway so Theodore Roosevelt Junior along with the editors of Reader's Digest. Put together this election published. This book and Roosevelt explains in the forward that he'd stumbled across a box of old copies of Reader's digest which tempted him and he says and I quote. I sat reading back copies for hours every time I finished an article which was off my main course in which I shouldn't have taken the time to read. I thought that I'd read only one other well. At least only one another and then another short run that followed it and another subject piqued my interest and lured me on. Eventually he continues. I dipped into an issue ten years back. But here the interest was even greater the forgotten world came into being not reminiscent Louis but with touches of unmistakable reality. I was astounded to find. How much of the past decade? I'd actually forgotten and how much more I remembered only vaguely. Yesterday's heroes and manners changing social complexions penetrating vignettes tell the story of Art Politics Science and business to find. These things is to have passed before ones is the cavalcade of American Life. And as you refresh your memory. Here's the key phrase by the way Roosevelt says and as you refresh your memory you improve your present perspective. The current scene gains new significance. Close quote what a marvelous way to look at work from the past and couldn't everything that he said about these articles he was finding in old copies of Reader's Digest. Couldn't they apply equally? Well to looking back. At the history of photography that is to say if it's true for the stories in Reader's Digest. Wouldn't it also be true for photography and it motivated me to go back and look through some of the jewels that I have in my photographic library book that I haven't pulled out for a while and I was amazed at what I found for example? Some of those books that I may be purchased thirty or forty years ago seem much more relevant today than they did back then because they were looking ahead in such a way that now in the benefit of hindsight we can see how right they were. And how brilliant? The photography was in. How far ahead of their time? Those photographers were other books. Do don't fare as well. There are others that I have in my library that I looked at from thirty and forty years ago that now I sorta scratch my head and say I wonder why I was so motivated to purchase those books in either case as Roosevelt said the current scene gains new significance. So there's a reason to look back at what other photographers have done. And what the trends in photography have been and we need to recognize that not only is there value but there's no end in that because new photographers from the pastor. Being discovered all the time their archives are being uncovered think. Vivian Maier and that kind of story. But also there's a lot of people a lot of historians who are doing research and discovering really terrific photographers who weren't popular in their time. Maybe they had no audience very small audience and now in the perspective of time we can look back at their work and see. How really terrific was so the idea of developing photographic literacy as a part of our creative life I think is incredibly valuable. And here's another example of why while I was doing all of this digging through my library and looking back I ran across a reference to Henry. Fox Talbot's the Pencil of nature which I had heard about thirty or forty years ago I've known the existence of this very very historically important publication but I never actually looked at it or read it and partly because I didn't know that it had ever been published although I have no doubt that it probably has been
Construction worker at new Raiders stadium tests positive for COVID-19
"What we know about the the construction site Adelie gin stadium and this person that had been that a contract to be a coronavirus well Paul soon as the news broke from our colleague over at fox five in sappy ends I will get on the phone with a couple people that I that I know and have first hand knowledge of the construction site on a daily basis and what they told me was that this this person who tested positive had only been on the job site for two days was in sort of an isolated area wasn't around a lot of folks so they weren't overly concerned with any kind of spread but once they did find out that he tested that she tested positive we don't know the gender of the person but when that happened they told us that initially they they did exactly what the CDC guidelines call for which is making sure that they closed down that portion of the stadium construction site and they cleaned it completely disinfecting it they have stringent protocols on the on the project consistent with those CCD CDC guidelines is what the statement from the construction company Mortenson McCarthy said and they reiterated what our sources told us earlier today and we talk to you about over on CBS portrayal of forty which was that it will not close or slow down the project that area where the person worked with and sounds like still being cleaned and they were waiting but other than that the project rolls on Scott Gulbrandsen joining us here on cakes and teens got you would you answer my next question to almost completely there in terms of time frames for the stadium to open up obviously with with sports leagues in flux the raiders and the NFL certainly want to make sure that that that that all their projects including not just here but in Los Angeles we're going to push forward on time have they had any other labor issues at this stadium and in terms of set backs or in terms of equipment that we heard about earlier this year that may delay this past what they hoped was going to be an opening date of the end of July no Paul actually they they forge ahead if you go out there as I do often and see the the the progression of the site of course the roof is continuing to be put in place those ETFE panels almost seven seven yards four excuse me seven football fields worth of of tiles are being put into the roof right now so they're working to close that roof but meanwhile inside the stadium things go they have not had any supply issues they have not had any issues with slow downs with any kind of new wrinkles knock on wood for them this of course with the pandemic happening probably most of us have had at least one degree of separation from someone who's been impacted directly from it and so this is a case of that happening thank god it seems that this was one of those projects that balance the fine line between how to protect the public yet keep commerce moving in this state where the governor and granted this project and other similar construction projects to move forward it just doesn't seem like it's going to set back vats order from the governor doesn't know it does not in fact I mean if you look at the other big projects happening around town Paul that you talk about resorts world of course which also had a worker tests positive last weekend that project roles on the MSG sphere continues as well as major transportation products for a projects throughout Clark County in the state of Nevada those were all deemed essential by governor Steve Steve Sisolak and they continue because with the rest of the economy in the rest of the state shut down those essential prop projects I needed to move forward and they do you know that anything can change but it looks like all full steam ahead on
It's Sundance Time Again
"Welcome to the frame. I'm Steven Cuevas in for John Horn. But he's actually sitting right here beside me because by the time you hear this. He'll be at the Sundance Film Festival. John Thanks for taking time before you pack your bags my pleasure. I love the fact that I'm here but I'm not here John. There are dozens of feature films film screened at Sundance. Of course tell me about some of this year's most anticipated entries. I'M GONNA lean towards documentaries if you look at the movies that are nominated for the documentary feature academy me where this year three of them premiered at Sundance a year ago. American factory honey land and edge of democracy. And if you look at the very first night at the Sundance Dance Film Festival. There are new documentaries from producers. You might have heard of Barack and Michelle Obama. They've called Crip camp which is about the disability rights movement. There's another documentary about Taylor swift and about why. She is becoming a little bit more political and that's just in one theater in one night. Well one of the documentary entries premiering at Sundance that I wanted to ask you about It's when it's trying a lot of controversy and that's the Kirby Dick and amy during documentary on the record. It focuses on the sexual assault allegations against hip hop mogul Russell Simmons. The film was being executive. Co produced by Oprah Winfrey set to be released on Apple. TV then Winfrey suddenly. He withdrew support and some say. It was under pressure from Russell Simmons. She denies this and says it's because of questions arising from one of the alleged victims. What's to become come of this documentary on the record? Well it is going to show at the festival I mean I think there is the question whether or not Sundance was going to pull it The fact that Oprah Winfrey withdrew her support that apple. TV Hit pause in. The documentary is very unusual. And Kirby and amy have said listen. We think we've made a really good good film. We don't understand what they are complaining about. All of the edits and suggestions up until the time. The picture was locked where minor little things it does feel feel like Russell. Simmons complained to Oprah about the documentary. It's unclear if Oprah thought it was unfair or that featured one woman story over others the Booze GonNa show but for a film to go to the festival with this much. Uncertainty is highly unusual. Yeah not to get too far afield on this but I wonder if Oprah pulling away from this the project could somehow damage her own brand in this in this era of me too. Well I think she has said that. She believes the women who are accusing Russell Simmons of sexual assault and harassment. So I don't think she's saying I am not believing them anymore. I think she has to her. Mind legitimate questions about the documentary. Yeah it is important that she is on board or not on board because her producing does suggest that there is a level of quality ability and credibility to it and the fact that she's leaving it does ultimately damage. I think the standing of the film Another film to ask you about. Was this four part documentary. On Hillary Clinton Clinton. It'll be available on Hulu. She will also be attending Sundance for the first time to do promotion for this film. What you know about it and you know any any buzz around it? I guess I know a fair amount about it I'm GONNA be doing. QNA With Hillary Clinton at the festival is a four part series. That has a behind the scenes footage of her running against against Donald Trump. But it's really about her political career and about how things stand today so words at all. Hillary is a participant in this documentary. It s you said she'll be at the festival and she'll be talking with me. She says a lot of the documentary. I hope she says even more when we sit down to have a conversation. There's one other film I wanted to ask you about. And that's a a little film called feels good man and it's an indie production looking at the rise of of this comic pepe the frog that was actually created by L. A. based cartoonist and it sort of became an emblem for the outright. Who took this image and kind of started using it for antisemitic means racists memes all kinds of really nasty stuff? What do you know about the film and Are you going to see it? Yeah I'm definitely going to see. The artist is named fury. And it's about how something something becomes an icon for hate. And how the artist behind that I contract reclaim it and I think if you look more broadly at a lot of the documentaries that are playing the festival a lot of them are about what's going on in the world right now. There's a new documentary about the kids who survived the park. Land shooting about what they're doing to fight against against Gun. Violence US kids. I think that there's another documentary called early. Bird it's about the helicopter news pilot Zoey Tur and about what her works has about the tabloid of news and the Oj. Trial Voice State is a documentary about seventeen year. Old Boys a thousand from Texas says who join up to build a representative government from the ground up so wherever you look Especially in documentaries. There are a lot of films about the current state of the country. And what we might do to fix it. And what are some of the feature films. You're looking forward to checking out. I know that things that are kind of top of our sundance card include downhill. This is a remake of the movie force majeure a Foreign Language move from a couple years ago it stars. Julia Louis Dreyfuss Will Ferrell. It's made by nat facts and Jim Rash. Who did a movie called called way way back not that long ago Vigo Mortenson who is one of my favorite actors hell yeah written directed stars in a movie called following that I think is partially in Spanish? So there's nothing Vigo can't do. There's an Anthony Hopkins movie based on a play called the father. There's a movie about Gloria Steinem in many different iterations directed by Julie. Taymor you might know her from the Lion King. You know the other thing that we should talk about our number of movies that are going to sundance that are looking Ford distribution and one of the things that a lot of people forget is that Sundance is not only a film festival. It's a film market and it'll be really interesting to see given how a poorly some of the movies from last year as well at the Box Office if the checkbooks will be open s much as they were a year ago.
"mortenson" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy
"Oh my God all the time Vigo Mortenson almost died on yeah when you have two hundred hours uh-huh and two weeks you can take off. You should take those d._v._D.'s and you should walk. I'm GonNa Watch all the desk. All of the journals all of the some of them are so touching and so fascinating and you're there with them because remember they were there for. Two years three years a two and a half might fear as like a family now and then the back they came back for reaching a year later they choose. I mean yeah absolutely crazy. I tell you my favorite Vigo moment home and you know the fight against Lurch at the end of the first film which is the Big Dole that that sign if yours goes oh so but this is a vigo moment not an arrogant moment so they're fighting and there's the moment where <hes> lurch throws the dagger at the shield but the data with us and so he he throws it and the way that they were filming it. They were like the daggers the daggers we're GONNA see G._I.. The dagger so just act like you throw the dagger and then we'll see the dagger in his is latex makeup got like his hand all sweaty and he threw a full tank naughty stunt dagger a full Tang Steel Dagger right at Vigo Mortenson space who actually blocked and his sword shot in the movie did like a bunch of takes and then they got the the one where he like accidentally like he was like Oh my God oh my God are you okay and be goes like this died. I mean we're GonNa talk about two towers. The where he kicks the helmet he broke his ankle or something broke his and they kept that in the one he jumps to his knees and he's like a real scream of pay which sounds so genuine because he thinks Marianne pippen the dead right because he's just broke his ego. Is the man okay good. Do we feel satisfied with fellowship the ring absolutely pretty good actually I do have to say this. I point four. It's the most perfect ending of film or who set up a sequel or a trilogy yeah the I've ever seen these end of that movie. I was an emotional subbing rack and I was so ready for what was is to call. I've never seen any think done like that again. And as a matter of Fact Force Awakens Harry Potter all these films Avengers I feel and this isn't a slight to them that are trying to remember that we know recaptured that magic was I remember is all the talk about with my friends in the next one with come out and it's also a perfect example of the way that some like the ways that the film were restructured the Lord of the Rings Films Not the Harvard Jones the way that the Lord of the Rings Films <hes> were restructured from the way it was in the books are are a perfect translation from one medium to the next because in in the books bore Mir dies at the beginning of the second book right and it works in the books but it doesn't work in the movies gotta be the end of the first move now so powerful he dies in game of thrones is famous for yeah. He was fantastic. Okay good so then we move to the two towers. <hes> you know so the funny thing about two thousand I mean I loved that movie but it's a film that's really grown in the steam to me. Now the more and more I watch it the more I appreciate the whole film will I always remember is the bow of Helms the yet which is still one of the greatest battles ever have so and then Colorado that was the introduction to them. That's what really made Andy Soccer. A household name. 'cause golden is in a few scenes kind of see him in different to go back and look because again that stop it. Stop motion right was or what do you call it cooled motion. Capture motion was groundbreaking was hit never been done with still is it still is you look back at that and it's practically seamless and when.
Tim Mortenson Popeye, Burger King And Six Percent discussed on Mike Gallagher
"Restaurant brands international's planning to expand its Burger King. Tim Mortenson Popeye's Branston more than forty thousand making it one of the biggest restaurant chains in the world restaurant. Brands expects its coffee burger and chicken markets to grow five to six percent. A year for the next
Cindy Mortenson, Palo Alto And Doris Day discussed on KCBS Radio Morning News
"Hollywood icon Doris day has died at the age of ninety seven KCBS Melissa coul. Ross reports bay area fans of the actress and singer have the opportunity to remember her to film festival happening right now in Palo Alto. The doors day festival kicked off on April nineteenth at the Stanford theatre in Palo Alto thirty nine films. And we are featuring twenty of them. She was probably best known for her musical and also for her sophisticated comedies with rock Hudson and people like James garner. Cary Grant, Stanford theatre foundation general manager, Cindy Mortenson says one of the keys today's success in films was how relatable she was to the audience so Mortenson encourages fans to head to the nineteen twenties air theater for the festival. It's like going back in time. You are in nineteen fifty three and you are watching doors the way it was meant to be done. And what does Mortenson hope casual fans, or even those not terribly familiar with day's work might learn at this level. I would hope that they would come away with just seeing how talented she she really
Oscar nominations 2019 predictions: From A Star is Born to Roma
"Eight. I saw green book most recently, which I thought was great that may end up being my pick to to win the best picture. You've seen all best picture movies except for Roma. So you've got Black Panther black klansman bohemian rhapsody, by the way, Adam Lambert and Queen are going to perform Sunday, that'd be cool. That'll be really lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper performing. Which will also be cool. You really cool the favorite green book Romo rumour, aroma. Tony Romo model a star is born and vice. And who you picking unpicking green book to win because I think it made you feel the best and it was well done a period piece based on a true story, Rome. I think is getting a lot of a lot of buzz too. But maybe the director Affonso who also I think one best picture for gravity in our best director in two thousand thirteen for gravity Black Panther, which I know dragon scene for sure is definitely the best of all the marvel movies ever made. And it's interesting because it was such a big deal about their cast being all black the director and writer Ryan Kugler African American and so I'm surprised that he wasn't nominated for best director as well, Spike, Lee. This is his fifth nomination for best director. He's never one. But I'm picking green book to win that wouldn't be surprised if Roma does I loved bohemian rhapsody. But you remember when it came out, and we talked about they took some liberties with the story joke that Freddie Mercury doesn't die of aids in the movie because I remember making that joke. They changed a bunch of stuff around in that movie. Why did you read the bio and Freddie Mercury? I talked to friends that have seen it the no a lot more about Queen and the timetable with how the movie plays out and how he got in the band and stuff, but it's an entertaining movie. What's the best movie you've seen this year because I'm picking green book to win? I haven't seen any of them, by the way. So I got nothing. Oh. Yeah. Set a best picture you haven't seen Black Panther either. No. But are you a superhero movie guy? No, not at all. No. I I haven't seen any of those. I'm gonna say that I I like bohemian rhapsody a lot and I'm not a huge Queen fan. But I really liked it. But I'm gonna go with the stars four stars born it was it was really really I think the biggest reason reasonable win. Cathy, is that it's already been this is the fourth. They've done this story. I know that they've tweaked it. I didn't lady Gaga is gonna pull the upset for best actress, I hope so I you know, it really really made me like lady Gaga put her in a total different category fro. Yes. She's fantastic. A great singer. But you know, I I like her music, but I never put her like on this pedestal you've tried to act not try you weren't actor try. That's a bit of a stretch. But yeah, but the point is imagine the first real you ever play you get nominated for an Oscar, and I get that she's playing a struggling musician, and she can easily identify with that and go back to what it took to get discovered and all of that. And and you know, toiling in nothing jobs hoping for that break, but to execute that onscreen, and she was she was the best part of the movie by far Bradley Cooper is really good. But I hope she wins. Even though Glenn Close, it's seven nation. She's never one. So she could be a lifetime achievement kind of winner. If you will she's phenomenally talented, she s I don't know. But I liked Ramey. Malik as I think he's going to go. I mean, he did a great impersonation. So let's go actor in a leading role, you got Christian bale? Vice Bradley Cooper, a star is born Willem Defoe at eternity gate. Remmy Romney Malik bohemian rhapsody Vigo Mortenson green book, jussie smollet for the Chicago hope. Very funny. Avi next next year. He'll get one for that bright. Yeah. Like when Golden Globes. Yeah. So that it plus you're combining acting and singing did he really singing. Oh, okay. So we he was acting like a cigarette. Huber really saying. Yeah, he did having Adam Lambert seeing at the goal K, so okay. And at the Oscars, maybe Bradley Cooper, then because he's singing and acting and this is any directed it. This is Bradley Cooper's forced nomination as an actor, and he's never won Christian bale. One once Willem Dafoe. This is his fifth nomination. He's never won. And I don't I know Vigo Mortenson hasn't won. And certainly Rami Malik first nomination. Still picking me Malik to win. I thought he was great. Actress in a leading role you have low LIZA appereciation from Roma. You have Glenn Close. Everybody knows here from the wife Livia Coleman from the favorite lady. Gaga stars born Melissa McCarthy, can you ever forgive him in a more serious turn not a not a comedic role. She's awesome. The best lady Gaga for that. I think it's upset Glenn Close as the heavy favorite. But I'm I'm pulling a lady Gaga upset as my pick feel like Glenn Close because she's been around. So long performance is great. And then maybe it's like her turn kind of thing. Maybe and, but they did it lady Gaga's gonna keep acting and have another shot seems far-fetched at this point. Right. So is leader thirty. So, but how come Bradley Cooper, gene, get a directing because he did for American sniper? So that's about those are the biggies right there. Yeah. Supporting actor and actress, Marcia Lee who is in green book, I bet you. He wins a second. You don't want to talk about making hairstyling best animated feature. Incredible to come on. I don't know about best editing. The spider verse hairstyling best song song about best picture. Or did. We did that already songs. Best. The song. Okay. What are your choices? I don't see all the stars Black Panther. I'll fight RV g the place where lost things go. Mary. Poppins returns. Shallow. A star is born when a cowboy change Spurs for wings, the ballot BUSTER Scruggs, and that's different from original score original scores of music throughout the movie right songs. I think it'll be almost impossible. For lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper not to win. I think they win. Okay. We're we're out of time. I'll watch part of it. Yeah. It's like a four hour show. Four hours. It's hard to it gets here. It's one of my favorite my favorite nights of the year. I used to always do with my mom. That guy picks. I'm that guy. I have a couple of friends getting together to watch the show. I get it. I mean, if you watch I haven't seen all the movies. I wait to watch him on the Denver Broncos play. Year later used be all the movies. It'll be of several of these. Oh, I gave did your wife end up watching bohemian a couple times guide and really liked.
The 2019 Oscar Narratives, Explained
"Guys. We're here to talk about the Oscars primarily one of our favorite movies of the year. That is also maybe not going to do very well at the Oscars. I'm talking, of course, about a star is born which has eight nominations, which is a lot the second most of any film that is nominated here. But for some reason, it seems like a star is born is not the front runner, not even close to the front runner in this campaign. We go back to Tober there were very few films. That were in the race stars born arrived instantaneous hit instant masterpiece. A+ cinema score from fans. And then what happened you and share your own predictions from October about a star is born while we're doing it or I am a full and. I publicly stated that I felt like a star is born had a significant chance to go five for five in the big five categories something that has happened only twice before and not since silence of the lambs so five for five, of course, is best picture. Best director best actor best. Actress and best screenplay. Vigo Mortenson was like hold my beer. He came through along with Rami Malik and bohemian rhapsody and Roma later premiered on Netflix. And we find ourselves in a place where it just seems like a star is born might not win anything. And we've been flabbergasted by this. Why did this happen? There's a Oscars narrative way to do it where you're talking about the order in which things came out in and whether or not they captivated a certain words narrative, but then there's just like you do have a question about a star is born that I had even when I saw it in October, which is is this movie too depressing. And I it's not like the favorite fills me with the humid- the spirit of humanity. And like, I just fully believe in our power to overcome all obstacles after seeing that movie but four a favorite like this like stars board. I do wonder whether the ultimate feeling people leave that movie with is devastation, and that's not like Romo Roma you leave kind of feeling like we're all in this together. Despite what? Whatever class differences there might be. And I know it's been criticized for that. But I been trying to get it this for a while. And I keep coming back to that. I will say I was surprised by the number of people who were surprised by the ending of a stars. Because it is the fourth version of this movie. And you know, it's cannon the narrative at the same like ace. It's it was pretty obvious. What was going to happen like without having seen the movie and also it's very what's going to happen in the movie about an hour in. But it did. So many people were surprised that I agree with you. It seems like people weren't really prepared. They didn't know that this was coming and they were affected by. Yeah. Yeah. But this isn't the hallmark channel awards. I mean, it's it's the Oscars. Like tragedy is a part of major best picture winners. All the time. You may recall infect just last year that fish alien was murdered at the end of the shape of remember how it happened. So it's not like this is it would be the most shocking thing to learn. And this is of course, a spoiler. And if you do not want to star is born smooth for you. I have no idea while you're watching this video, but Jeff. Jason made of course, takes his own life. Yeah. And I don't know. I think that that's an interesting theory. And maybe in this moment people want to feel good. That's certainly something. We've heard about green book and bohemian rhapsody to some extent rising. Yeah. This year. I don't know. What do you think it is? What do you think makes this not the front runner? Yeah. I didn't know the ending going in a young person. Who hasn't seen the other version? Kill welcome. You represent the large. Yeah. And I didn't walk out of the theater devastated. I was like this movie was great that I our ripped. The songs are amazing. And I wanted to win everything. So I mean, maybe other people had a reaction, but I don't know my theory. I guess, and I think this is just like the larger conversation is that like Bradley Cooper kind of bungled the campaign early on. And now is trying to fix that too late. Let's talk about that. So Bradley, Cooper course in the movie came out did the traditional round of pray. There were a couple of feature stories about him. He did some radio interviews, some podcast interviews, and he sort of trotted out the same two or three. Oris over and over again. And he kind of held the line at the way that he was going to talk about this movie. And he resisted journalists demand to kinda give all of himself as it about this story and your life that drew, you know, what was the attraction tonight. Yes, it's important to note rather Cooper has a long history of doing exactly this. He has never been comfortable with the press and never been comfortable selling himself like great Philadelphia. He definitely felt as if he was protecting something. And there was specifically in your times magazine feature about him that sort of used his withholding nature as the point of the story that identified that there was something about how Bradley Cooper hates this. And it's possible that that turn people off to this movie. I'm a little dubious of that. I think that there are some other factors in play. But I don't know that strike you was what was really going on. I I agree with Kate. And it it took me a long time to get to this realization. I think just because I felt so personally attacked by the lack of success of stores. But it's something seems to have clicked with Bradley Cooper because in the last few weeks after not winning anything the Golden Globes. And right before nominations were announced he showed up in Vegas with lady Gaga to sing shallow live credible. And then after he was snubbed for best director. He went on Oprah and talk show Oprah about how sad he felt. And he was like. I felt like I didn't do my job. And so at some point it clicked for him. I think that he needs to be doing the Oscar circuit, you know, it is a circuit. It is about campaigning and glad handing and kissing babies and voters and talking about how much it means to you. That's why Glenn Close is going to win this year, for example. And he refused to do that. And I do think it's affected it. I think he also has a Duke problem. I think the fact that this was the number one seed so early needed the team to knock off you know, what I mean? And then going into this even though obviously within our bubble. We have a ton of affection for this movie and probably a deeper kind of emotional attachment to it the maybe any of the other best picture nominees. I think that it was always there to lose for them rather than to win. So the first words you see in the trailer are filmed by Bradley Cooper. It's like they were presenting this as a masterwork by an oh tour early on like in September, July whenever that trailer. I came out, and I just wonder whether that's too. To long to defend your ground. Like, it's you've got to kind of have a story where you're like nobody saw green book coming and here it is stars. Born was like we start at the top of the mountain top at all you can do is drag us down. So Amanda, you identified the course correction that Bradley Cooper is trying to orchestrate right now, we're only a few weeks away from the Oscars. The voting has just started. Is there any chance that February twenty four th comes and Bradley Cooper strides upon that stage raises the Academy Award aside, both his friend Todd Phillips who also produced movie says we did it on top of the world, or no, I don't think. So I agree. And I don't want any part of it is not wanting to get my hopes up. Then crushed for months. Now, we've been doing a whole podcast in every week. That's like, no, no. I the other thing this happened once before though, we should say. Yeah. Argo famously did not get the best director dominated and won some awards, but not every word and was not necessarily. The prohibitive favorite a few years ago. Ben Affleck, of course, did not get nominated for best director, nor did Bradley Cooper and then Argo one. So could happen. It could. Here's the other source of concern for me. And I think one of the reasons we thought in addition to it being a wonderful movie. But we thought it was going to be a favorite in part because there's this old saw about Hollywood loves movies about Hollywood. And this is technically about a musician, but it is about fame, and it is in like a long Hollywood tradition, and we thought oh sure OSHA this, you know, it's a shoe it and for a lot of different reasons. Some of which are now my favorite the argument about Hollywood this year has shifted away from the content of the movie into how the movies are made and who is voting for them and what they're voting for. And I kind of think like the old traditional Hollywood voters have found themselves in the green book camp and defending a traditional Oscar Hollywood movie. By green book, then by a star is born. And so I just think that those votes will go somewhere else. Chris lemme pitch a hypothetical teacher. Soares born wins. How close are you to the reaction? You had when the eagles when the Super Bowl are you running around the room screaming? Fuck green book and pouring down your throat. I think that I would be satisfied. I think it would be satisfied with the stars born winning. I think the problem they is just seems like it would be fine. You wouldn't be pumped no-one no-one who's voting is pumped. And that's the problem. The problem for the problem in part of the problem. I don't have a vote. Okay. So let me throw. I don't wanna get too far off. I would be more happy more emotional more excited. If Black Panther one now, not necessarily because I think Black Panther is a better movie than stars born. I think it's apples and oranges. I just think that like if we're talking about what it means. I would be more into that. I more emotional Super Bowl. If Black Panther one.
"mortenson" Discussed on KCRW
"Mortenson best supporting actor Mahershala Ali and best picture now playing. This is the New Yorker radio hour, I'm David Ramnik. We're talking this hour about gun, violence and gun regulation and the impact of violence on people's lives. Hi, my name is Sarah angle. I am the from central Wisconsin area. I have my son who is eleven months and in and getting into everything and I am a survivor of domestic abuse from gun violence. In two thousand eight Sarah angle was in an abusive relationship with a boyfriend who had threaten and manipulator. She left him and moved in with her mother. I have never owned a gun. My mom. She had inherited a family rifle saw I think the rifle was about one hundred years old. And basically, my mom used it to like get skunks out of the yard sometimes shoot at them. And she was horrible shooter. Her mother kept the gun in a locked box a month after Sarah moved in the boyfriend broke into their home. And took that rifle what happened to Sarah after that is extremely hard to hear about. And you should be aware of that. If you're listening with children. He hit his car. So if you came into the driveway, you wouldn't have known it was there. He broke into my mom's house. He cut her phone lines. And as soon as I hung up my phone and walked in the door. He came around the corner with the rifle pointed right at me. And that's when he had me take all my clothing off, a member seeing my mom's bedroom door completely barricaded. And he told me she's fine. And I know when he was done torturing me that night is when he told me to get re dressed, and I did and I remember kind of briefly falling asleep. When he had me get back onto the bed. And I remember waking up in jumping out of bed. And as soon as I did that I remember telling myself to pretend to be asleep. And I remember falling to the floor thinking what a weird way to fall pretend to fall asleep. But I now know that's when he had shot me. And that was my I.
And the 2019 Oscar nominees are...
"The Oscar nominees are out and USA's. Chris Barnes has the big ones. The nominees for best picture. A Black Panther black klansman bohemian rhapsody the favorite green book. A star is born and vice actor kumail nanjiani naming off the nominees for best actress in a leading role. Lisa operate CEO in Roma Glenn Close in the life of your Coleman. In the favorite lady. Gaga is a star and Melissa McCarthy in can you ever forgive Chris Tracy Ellis Ross named off the nominees for best actor in a leading role Christian bale. Invite Bradley Cooper in a star is born. Addi? Trinity's gates Rami Malik in rats. Mortenson in green. Annual Academy Awards. We'll be in Hollywood on February twenty four th then for USA radio news. I'm Chris Barnes.
How Germany got to 40 percent renewable electricity
"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America as one of the largest global financial institutions Bank of America is in a unique position to help society. Transition to a low-carbon economy Bank of America NA member FDIC. Germany reaches forty percent renewable energy. What can we learn from that energy transition? I'm NPR chief meteorologist Paul hutler. This is climate cats. Germany produced forty percent of its electric power from renewables in twenty eighteen emissions. There are on pace to fall sixty two percent from nineteen ninety levels by twenty fifty. That's an unthinkable greenhouse gas reduction pace here in the US. But in Germany, many say that's not fast enough. Toby mature is founder and director of energy consultant e three analytics in Berlin, we talked via Skype about power and emissions trends in Germany wind power is the largest slice of the pie. But one of the remarkable things of Germany's overall energy transition is that they've succeeded where a lot of other countries in a lot of other parts of the world haven't done as well. And that's really diversifying as fully the different sources of renewable energy that they draw from. So it's not just wind. Not just solar. They've really gone for the full basket of domestically available renewable resources. So Germany is well ahead of the US. With government action on climate how about public opinion on climate solutions. How is it different? From the US awareness is dawning more and more that climate is starting to have very real impacts on things like agricultural output. Yeah. We had our dry summer in decades in Germany and a lot of farmers have seen reduced yields pretty much across the board. And when it starts to really have those kinds of across the board impacts on rural communities on farmers on on on average citizens through higher food prices people. I think recognize the need here more. So than in North America. I think in general for really taking action on climate change. I think in Germany in particular. They've also seen the benefits of taking climate change seriously by investing in the energy transition. They've been able to create a lot of jobs, and that I think has been really critical ingredient to maintaining public support at such high levels us. Site, Germany as a leader in the energy transition much farther, along than the US, what can the US learn about what Germany has done so far one of the key ingredients to making it work and also to making it popular has been the citizens can invest themselves. So it's not just large utility companies or large foreign investors building big projects to achieve the goals at the government sets out in the beginning. The whole transition was driven very much from the bottom up by individuals and communities and farmers who could put their own money on the table. Go to the Bank at alone and invest in new sources of generation and earn a decent return doing. So I think that's really one of the key ingredients that many other countries have continued to struggle to get right is making it such that the participation can be broad in the energy transition. And I think that's really at the heart of what's made Germany, so successful Toby tour founder and director of energy. Consultant E three analytics in Berlin. Thanks for sharing your insight today. Thanks ball. A pleasure. My name is Shannon Mortenson. And I am the city administrator for the city of Warren, which is in the northwest corner of the state population of sixteen hundred people for three years, we've traveled over Germany learn what they're doing for climate protection measures in the North Rhine-Westphalia state. And that really is kind of what catapulted how we approach energy conservation and sustainability in Warren now, you know, you've traveled over to Germany you've learned what they're doing. And it just gives you some credence in what you're doing back in your community. People are interested. It's a conversation starter are shining project right now is we are doing thermal imaging with drones with Northland college. Our plan is to take that data allow residents to come in and see where their energy losses. So they can do the energy upgrades. They need to their homes as long as they see a direct benefit. They are all on board. I mean, there's climate change is happening. Of course, you can have lots of different conversations on your thoughts on climate change. But something is happening. And if it isn't that much of an effort to change our life is that could make a difference for future generations. I don't know. What's wrong with them? That's climate cast. I'm NPR chief meteorologist, Paul hunter.
The controversy surrounding 'Green Book' just keeps growing
"Screenplay Vigo Mortenson came under scrutiny in November of last year after using the N word during Hollywood, he later apologized on Wednesday. Peter Farrelly issued an apology. He's the director after reports surfaced that he repeatedly flashed his penis as a joke during the ninety s true. He said, I was an idiot. I did this decades ago. I thought I was being funny. The truth is, I'm embarrassed. And it makes me cringe. Now, I'm deeply sorry. So
Movie Review: “Green Book”
"Which I said, let's see I'm looking up here. I said I watched green book, and it was about a white racist who teaches a black guy how to be more black and how we'd all be better off racists in the victims of racism, just got along. Better your enjoyment of the film will likely depend on your receptiveness that message. And I literally thought I think I'm only my leagues agitating. When I literally thought I was just stating the text of the film like that. That is what I thought the movie was trying to. Say a lot of people were like criticizing me being like, you know. That's super harsh. Dave. And I'm like that is what the movie is like it's Viggo Mortensen plays a racist. There. Mercia Lally plays a black pianist going through Jim crow, south touring and and being subject to racism and the to kind of teach each other. Better understanding if humanity, and I think Mark Harris did a great job of running down like what's wrong with movies like green book, which they feel like they are out of I dunno late eighties early nineties. Right. This kind of by this. This type driving. Exactly, right. The like driving miss daisy. Both sides have something to contribute to the conversation. Like, oh, like like, look at how much we all have to learn from each other. You know, like. I'm sure I can imagine somebody who was big in Hollywood in that period. Looks at this way. Now now, the white guys driving him that's the movie, I know. And so it's not I mean, it's certainly I can understand why people find it to be an offensive film. And in fact, the the relatives of Dr Don Shirley have since come out and publicly denounced the movie, they have said like this movie contained they called it. A symphony of lies is what they said face like everything about the movie is that it is a gross misrepresentation of their relationship because like a big part of the movies about Dr Don, Shirley, the pianist and how he's like so disconnected with his family. And and he doesn't like he feels like a like an outsider to his own race. And it's it's Viggo Mortensen 's mildly racist character that helps them to reconnect with his like, it's all this stuff and his. The real life on Shirley families like well that never happened. None of that was true. But at least it was a symphony of lives. That's correct. The poster will say a symphony. No, I don't I don't know if they're gonna use that poco, Jeff. But in any case, I mean, yeah, it's so it's not even really that accurate and the story as it just it just feels like it's from a different era. Feels like we don't really need this kind of story anymore. We have other choices today about you know, how we've you these types. I mean. Yeah. There's there's a more diverse slate of filmmakers behind the camera. These days that can tell stories like this and from a different and more interesting perspective. So poignant views like, you know, more nuance point of us. I will say when I first saw the trailer for this. And I was like oh, my Herschel eilly. That's so that's interesting. This looks cool Vigo Mortenson and then Peter Farrelly. And I remember we talked about project greenlight a couple years ago. I will never forget how Peter fairly treated producer EFI Brown. And like, you know, she's a really well known and very prolific. Black producer. Yeah. And she's made a lot of stuff and Peter fairly would not show her any any instance of like respect or like there's just like a like subtle racism going on there.
Jerry Springer, Stephen Helensburgh And Bill Nye discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"News for SpongeBob. Squarepants fans. Stephen Helensburgh who created the massively successful animated Nickelodeon series has died at age fifty seven no word on a cause of death. But Hillenbrand revealed last year that he'd been diagnosed with a neurodegenerative disease LS, you can call him judge, Jerry. Now, that's the name of Jerry Springer's new show that will have him sitting behind a bench dusting off his law degree to dispense Justice L debut late next year. The only win maintain green book is an early favorite to win an Oscar not the film starring Mahershala Ali and Vigo Mortenson was just named the year's best by the national board of review. Hello and welcome to the big brother house. Julie Chen moon Dez is returning to host big brother celebrity edition when the show returns for season. Two January twenty first. Save the more and Bill Nye the
"mortenson" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk
"But the way that they choose to portray them strikes me as this incredibly simplistic and very reassuring portrayal of these people now the world in which they live is about Vigo Mortenson, driving dot Shirley acclaimed classical musician through tour in the deep south and along the way, they encounter a lot of racism. But what I thought was really frustrating was the way that the movie is desperate to make Vigo Mortenson have like off blood him off the hook in every. Conceivable way, they show him being racist in one moment in one scene at the beginning of the movie. And then after that that his character is gone, and he has nothing left to learn other than dot Shirley's, pretty cool. And maybe he's right better letters to his wife. That is a really frustrating thing for me because he ends up doing all of the work that I see I end up seeing him teaching dot Shirley, kind of everything he ends up teaching dog, Shirley, how to appreciate black culture more than dot Shirley does. And there's something that strikes me as frustratingly condescending to give that much effort. This movie is trying to create a parallel between class dynamics and racial dynamics in the mid twentieth century by saying that Vigo Mortenson as an under educated white working class man is on the same level as Dr Lee's socially. But what the movie never addresses is that in order to be on the same level as this under educated white working class, man, Doug, Shirley, literally has to be one of the most accomplished human beings on the planet and the moving never address. That inequality. Okay. I will say this. I see your point. I do see your point. But the movie works on every every other level that okay important level. But that is that is an important. Of course, it is. I said, I see your point. But I've seen the movie three times now. And each time. I saw the film. I was definitely struck by. Yes, the chemistry between Vigo Mortenson. Herschel Ali this movie has a lot of heart as a lot of humor and just like instant family. But for different reasons, it is a feel-good crowd-pleaser the movie was made for about. I think like twenty three million over twenty eight days, and what I love about the film among other things this how refreshingly straightforward it is. There's nothing flashy. No, gimmicky editing, cutting techniques. It has told the story. There's something refreshingly old fashioned about the way it's told and the directing style of it that they don't really make movies like this anymore and here one exists. It is a movie that does make you feel good and the end. They don't sell it this way. I see why they wouldn't. But in the end, it is actually a Christmas movie is strict it, okay? It is a Christmas movie. And I think that when you have other movies on the Blake Bush the best Christmas films. Like, I mean, even die hard is listed as it should be as a great Christmas movie. I think that green book will be seen as soon as work yet, more work. It's out about it as a great Christmas movie. And I get I agree with you. I see that the scales are definitely tipped. It's not a balanced learning process between FICO Herschel in this movie. But overall, I just felt it was so irresistibly charming and endearing and I did feel the heart of it. And you know, it does feel very mainstream. And I thought the Peter Farrelly who has with his brother Bobby has done like something about Mary. Dumb and dumber shallow. How? You know, I thought it was great to see him do something that still had humor plate was strengths there. But he can do a dramatic at direction as well. I thought it was very quotable and going back to the topic. You're talk there Perry. It is a movie that I will absolutely see over and over and over again, it's a movie that if it's on cable if I ever decide to get cable back, and I'm coming across. If I flip it across it. I'll leave it on. I can't wait to get the Blu Ray. I can't wait to download it to my my tablets by computer my ipad. I just love the hell out of this movie..
In Africa, climate challenges and opportunities
"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America as one of the largest global financial institutions Bank of America is in a unique position to help society. Transition to a low-carbon economy Bank of America NA member FDIC. Climate challenges and opportunities in Africa. I'm MPR chief meteorologist, Paul hunter. This is climate cast. You know, it's fourteen thousand miles from Capetown South Africa to Minnesota but climate changes in sensitive climate zones. Like Africa can have a much wider impact. I talked about that with Matt Brown. He's the nature conservancies regional managing director for Africa. You know, a lot of the East African countries are seeing significant changes in the rainfall patterns, maybe as predicted to get quite drier. And there's a lot of food security issues and north and central Africa. So Africa's a big place Paul. There's fifty four countries over two thousand languages as you know. So it's a little bit of different shifts and impacts in different parts of the continent. So how do you decide which countries need the most resources we looked largely at where we can improve large intact systems that have the ability to be more resilient to climate change. And allow species to move and shift protection is has a higher return on investment than restoration. So a lot of our work is focused on. On finding intact ecosystems, and they all include people, of course. But finding ways to make sure that those systems persist over time like many journalists this year met we reported on Cape Town's, low reservoir levels earlier in the year. I'm curious about your perspective on how that played out this year. And as the rainy season finally arrived, similar to California. There's a lot of issue with agricultural offtake both for fruits as well as for vineyards. And then there's the consumption domestically the days euro proclamation in Cape Town brought a lot of awareness to water issues and water scarcity, but I think it helped create more willingness for behavior change, but the threat is still out there as it was yesterday. So we're we're moving out quickly to put better adaptation and better practices in place to try and secure water for the long term. And I asked this question to a lot of different people in a lot of different ways. But we're seeing climate change impact the hydrologic cycle where it's raining and how hard it's. Raining is shifting. How important is water in the work that you're doing water is critical in the work that we do. And so the changes in the hydrologic cycle as a result of warming. Global temperatures can be pretty catastrophic unless we are able to reduce that amount and manage the movement of wildlife access to water for people living in urban environments and have better buffer systems. I do feel like that there's a lot of positive interventions that we can pursue but the water cycle, and how hydrology is potentially going to be impacted is quite severe. If we just sit back and maintain a business as usual scenario, Matt Brown nature conservancy regional managing director for Africa. Thanks for sharing your perspective today. Thank you, all my name is Shannon Mortenson. And I am the city administrator for the city of Warren, which is in the northwest corner of the state population of sixteen hundred people for three years, we've traveled over Germany learn what they're doing for climate protection measures in the North Rhine-Westphalia state. And then they come over here. See what we're doing? You know, one of it uses low hanging fruit that we learned the first year we were in Germany was they don't have any paper products, plastic product styrofoam products. So when we came back to the city, all we removed all of that. So now just kind of started it, and then now we have a mandatory curbside recycling program, but are shining project right now is we are doing thermal imaging with drones with Northland college. Our plan is to take that data allow residents to come in and see where their energy losses. So they can do the energy upgrades. They need to their homes as long as they see a direct benefit. They are all on board. When we were in Germany, you know, they would always say five hundred years from thousand years from now they're not doing their energy transition right now because of the here and now it's for generations later. And I guess that's why I think that this is important. Also is I want my great great grandchildren to enjoy the same quality life in northwestern Minnesota that we have and in the whole country the whole world. And if it isn't that much of an effort to change our life is could make a difference for future generations. I don't know what's wrong with that. That's climate cast. I'm NPR chief meteorologist, Paul Hutton her.
"mortenson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Chris Mortenson happy birthday to him. That'll care. Wow. That was confusing. We're all just staring at the computer. Good luck. Thank you. Thank you gear. My appreciate you rising up as ROY and Mike grind just stared at each other confused, as if someone had changed the lyrics to happy birthday, Mike is now hitting the side of the computer way that your dad or your Granddad to hit the side of low elevation. What is the move? What is the move to get the the computer to work is it blowing his top shake it a little what are the top five moves. If if STAN van Gundy's internet is not working, you're asking, STAN. They only have one move. And that's it unplug. It and then plug it back in and hope like something mysteriously change had he play. That's what I might grind continues to just slap the side of the machine. Good law. There. It is. Okay. Finally, finally, got it out there. Can we play some Marcus Peter sound for the audience? This is a little bit uncomfortable. You're going to hear the media relations director around Marcus Peters is one of the few guys anywhere around sports. There aren't many of them's to guts where you get one of these guys who's a bit too real to make anyone comfortable like, you know, this guy is friends with marshawn Lynch somehow. I know they take the subway or they take public transportation home from a raiders game. The Rams have two of those guys to leave is another. Yeah. Well, Marcus Peters is very honest. And he hasn't been very good this year. And the Rams are collecting all of these wayward souls these free agents on defense, and here's Marcus Peters assessment of his own play. And he's the one who was beaten on that. Michael Thomas touchdown. That was. Omayad to Joe horn final seventy two yard played Michael Thomas, Kat, what were you seeing on that? And how did that go down from your side? Third down six shot up. Dan press came back based on. Based on. Start down to six man. Look back. No stand up. I can play better. I've been playing these last couple of weeks, and that's just being honest. You know, but just the fight minutes type of player. I am one who gives you don't get beat football. You know, but you go out there, and you compete to the highest ability and a couple more Farkas, totally healthy, pretty total. Maksim either early in the year. You were hit ankle problems. How long ago not not see we ask them the questions. He don't get mad at me. No, no, no, see, I'm here. I'm actually a question. Now been it was early in the year that was like seven weeks. Oh, man. You know, things like that, you know. But I didn't army nothing actually that back. I'm just saying don't ask nothing that that that makes totally I wasn't helping out our Caddick backup louisi- family owned up to that. And I step up, man. I know I'm top corner in his league. And I ain't been planning like, Mark. Nice lawn. Put that on me for your finger out. What the problem has been? No, it is football that he stand that media relations director what a bad spot for that media relations director just piping in because he knows he feels the furnace hissing. And and that guy is trying to keep the Rams at one of these locker room quotes, it's gonna get everyone bothered for the Waco one more one more question last one last one it's very important that we cease interviewing markets. There needs to be a limit on the amount of time. Marcus Peters is allowed to his incurs mask on. Coming up next week got a madman adjuster. Okay..
"mortenson" Discussed on Is It Transphobic Podcast
"Number three and nine hundred ninety eight director Gus van Zandt released. What has been criticized as a shot for shot remake of Hitchcock's psycho? The film start an Hamish as Marion crane and Vince Vaughn is Norman Bates, which one of these actors was not also in the nine hundred ninety eight remake Vigo Mortenson who would also a Vigo Mortenson who would also later star in era as era Gorn in the Lord of the rings be William H Macy the character actor known for Fargo magnolia and most recently the Showtime series, shameless or see Christian bale Batman in Christopher Nolan's. Batman and Patrick Bateman in American psycho. But question again, do you need it reread, sir? You know, I know that. Kill Macy was in the movie. I think he played the detective, okay? God between Vigo Mortenson and Christian bale bale. I don't remember seeing Christian bale in that movie in the remake unless he played like a bit part. Don't look at me. I'm not I'm not looking actually I'm begging for answers. I'm trying to read like cheating, sir. Eyebrows. You know, I'm gonna say that Christian bale did not grace the screen in the psycho as at your finance, or I gotta say, yeah, I'm nervous. Now, the answer is c Christian value art, everybody's getting candy York. Don't get ahead of yourself, while Christian bale would be asking people what they thought of Huey Lewis in the news, while wielding a chainsaw. And then that I'm not wearing hockey pads as the dark night, he would be out by Vince Vaughn for the role of Norman Bates, but both Mortensen and Macy were in the nineteen ninety eight remake of psycho. I'm still so confused by that question. He was the boyfriend..
"mortenson" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Wheeler with keith mortenson and i love us we're the best we're the ones who get things done when did you know you didn't fit in eight eight eight six eight eight nine to five eight there's gary are nel who has the food item that absolutely does not fit in this is the best story this is the greatest story of the week walter this this is really you know first of all this is a new jersey centric story because it has to do with pork roll and taylor ham and i screamed so you wanna talk about what doesn't fit in this doesn't fit in there's a there's a farm in new jersey called windy brow farm and it's an ice cream company and they announced the first in their line of only in jersey flavors you gotta remember that taylor ham is really germane to new jersey and it's it's really a regional type of food and anyway what this is this is this i find this to be repulsive and repugnant alright it's only in jersey and it's caramelized taylor ham and hala french toast and they make it into the taste of an ice cream so you got something for the jews which is the collar bread and then the non jews alike which is a taylor ham but of course the muslims will not eat the pork nor the orthodox jews now let me explain something to you about this ice cream wall two and a half gallon container this ice cream has two pounds of taylor ham and brand the taylor ham brand pork roll how and i'm sure that there are some people that will love this but absolutely how this gusting is that and there are other disgusting foods that are out there as well from other restaurants is a national restaurant chain won't villa italian kitchen they experimented with a pumpkin spice pizza it's made using hand tossed oh this is legitimate stuff pumpkin pie philly nutmeg clove cinnamon and much cheese melted on top disgusting in gary or nells pinon cousins maine lobster orlando vanilla ice cream.
"mortenson" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Your website michelle mortenson dot com and mortenson it yet s e n that's always a bit of a confusing little factor for everyone dot com and it really is about who you lack because even right now as you noted in twenty seventeen the senate was working very hard to confirm judges but again what was the democrats do they were sitting on their answer the judges can't get confirmed you know it's very important every single election is so important because it truly does determine maybe what judges will get confirmed and things of that nature and a lotta people sit on their hands during primaries as well because they go off you're not a presidential year i don't care no this is absolutely the time to care if you want your voice heard you need to be speaking up in these primaries so quality republicans get elected and knock wino not people quality republican not these candidates who you have to plug your nose and don't like us i gotta vote because you're the only one on the ballot if you want to change that and you're gonna get in people who are going to confirm quality judges who then you've got to get involved in the process all the time not just part of the time as a member of the angelico community a lot of people know that i'm married to a passer it's reading for me to see that we're we're up against a hard break we'd love to have you back again sometime michelle mortenson thank you so much republican candidate for nevada's third congressional district this is the allen nathan show allen we'll be back tomorrow stay tuned more to come this is kathleen entering jane silk on the main street radio network.
"mortenson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Marriage we would do that now of course on my lessons vigo mortenson vigo mortenson vehicle moore's vigo mortenson that have a second list michael michael michael fazrin okay so those are on my list okay and so yeah honestly if michael bender came to my studio and said hey baby i know i wouldn't i wouldn't i i wouldn't let him yearn for me you know why give away the far why do that so we may joke we may whatever but no we're not gonna cheat it's not gonna happen but what i think does happen as i think people do because we're animals have that mental process where we may fantasize about other people we may wonder what it would be like to be with them why relationships will be like i mean they say the average married couple in their head don't usually fantasize about the other spouse people watch porn so having this kind of pseudo acceptance of your mentally right or verbally or jokingly talking about somebody else possibly allow a further step to happen where you actually you know may consider being with somebody else and so that is where it gets kind of scary so if you're single i've told my kids this and stuff you know sometimes getting over somebody the best thing to do is start dating somebody new and then you'll like them better and and it's not that you were really really in love with that one particular person sometimes what it is you love being in love that person triggered certain emotions and that emotions triggered dopamine so you get into another relationship and that person has the same ability to trigger those emotions i mean that work with cory i was like i am not dating again and then i started dating corey and i'm in heaven again so i you know sometimes what it is is not the person but it's the passion okay you need to with somebody that you're not supposed to be with stop thinking about them just stop think where every time they come into your mind you say stop you may have to avoid social media you may have to defend them out of sight outta mind everybody says absence makes the heart grow fonder well that's all the time but if you're not thinking about them if you're not fantasizing about them then the other thing too.
"mortenson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"No no not gonna go they're not gonna they're not gonna go there but what's very very interesting is people will openly advanced and they have no problem admitting that they have certain innocent crushes on movie stars you notice how people do that what you really kinda can give you a little keyhole perspective of what could be going on in people's psyche my husband knows that i have no problem tripping over the coffee table to sit in front of a television of its vigo mortenson movie or a michael fast bender movie don't tell me hell billy dalia crimson tide is on crimson tide is on all my guys she's at the scene where vigo mortenson is then i'll sit there and watch them like why is it vigo mortenson shirt off and i it's like it's loud it's like that kind of talk is allowed in a lot of people's i guess you know very just because nothing's ever gonna happen and then you know like i guess my mom loved clark gable so she told my dad that oh she loves clark gable he's got big hands or whatever nothing and then my dad would say why love dolly levin dalia levin was an israeli actress exquisite i believe she was in one of the james bond movies the my mom's like wait a second dalia v we named our daughter dalia all right so on friends you guys remember the show friends they came up with that concept of laminated list so that laminated list is if you're in a relationship you are allowed five people on your list some people make ted that they're usually celebrities very doubtful it's ever politician i don't think anybody wants to sleep with elizabeth ford or donald trump but these five people are on your list and if they ever wanted to hook up with you you were okay because it was on your list now there is no way in my.
"mortenson" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"Saying hey we're going to open a window where everybody can talk but there is sort of a moment that is interesting to me because tomorrow i mean we're we have a multi hour special on espn about him must be live tweeting and taking calls and he's going to be it can be feeling like us during our marathon just getting any messages i'm going to text him you up while he's on dvd's to seamy looks down i guess to look down at his phone some more details on this teddy bridgewater deal from chris mortenson he plans to sign a one year contract with the jets when the new league year officially starts tomorrow according to a league source he'll get approximately half of the ten million dollars that they agreed tuesday to pay josh mccown on another one year deal so it contains minimal guaranteed money but bridgewater can earn at least six million if he's on the team's opening week roster plus a couple of other playtime incentives so they're being very conservative because of that injury they don't really know how that reconstructed knee is gonna look so it's a weird world where josh mccown who went back to being a p e teacher before the bears call them up and said hey we want you back gets ten million and teddy bridgewater who was a rookie of the year and at one time was the sweetheart darling is getting half of that but of course there are bunch of incentives and the jets are still expected to draft a quarterback next month even if they have mccown and bridgewater and christian hackenberg who was a former second round pick looks like he'll probably be the oddmanout but but that's the most difficult part of this for me to stomach kristen hackenberg was the two thousand sixteen second round draft pick for what bryce petty was the two thousand fifteen fourth round draft pick for what the jets the point i continue to look at like i don't understand where they think they're really going to get a suddenly knowledgeable gino smith we all know gino smith second round draft pick in two thousand thirteen so there's three examples in the last few years of quarterbacks being taken it just doesn't i don't have all the good fields.
"mortenson" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"He has been covering the national football league put worldwide leader in sports before i think they were calling themselves world leader in sports started at espn in 1991 mean zoos work in there five years before i even got there and i i i let into a countless amounts of inside the huddles in sports centre chris mortenson dick mccain award winner he's in the pro football hall of fame people easier on the rich eisen show hi how are your mort going well written enjoyed a i actually went to the combine you i miss the previous to combine for a guy who who i think my first one that went who was eighty seven and sex where i met on his very few people that throughout from that time but uh it was interesting coming back this year and being able to physically do it filling the cancer journey that's what i called the journey and uh but i'm doing well uh thankful for each day in uh in the know looking forward to uh the draft and obviously free agency and all that's going on the nfl which is a significant amount dan we look at all the trades we've already had that are that are not officially at the will become official and then uh certainly ready for the free agency and and and the draft is always been one of my favorite events so let's start with the souls of at all what do you think the market is ram how interested using the eagles are in trading him walk me through the process as we are on friday before the newly gear more i think this is dangerous territory for how he wrote.
"mortenson" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"That draft pick i would much rather do that than pay kirk cousin ali two miller to me it seems to be the most viable option for court for quarterback meeting team right now that's close jetson cleveland going draft your guy going draft guy and cleveland call the giants and see whatever the hell they want for that number two overall and give it to him as they restock and see if they take a nibble on it i still think they should sit there and look at cleveland and say okay you can take a running back number one overall you can do that you don't have a quarterback you going to leave it to sean kaiser wherever you sign in free agency even if it is aj mccarron you really just you're really going to pass on a quarterback you're going to pass on the kid from u s a you're going to pass and the kid who's measurable look like carson once you passed on okay and then you sit back and you wait for sake wanna falling your lap if you're the giants and if you're not than let cleveland call you up knock you over and they go one twoquarterback say kwan ripped the knob off smoke him if you've got him we'll see you saturday afternoon or they don't have to actually do that they got three they got three number twos in one number three so we'll see a friday night chris martin since uh was the first one to report about the number of calls that philadelphia's gotten for nic falls lots to talk about with chris mortenson and in terms of uh goat quarterbacks the producer and director behind facebook watches tom versus time documentary the guy in whose hands tom brady put him and his family and his children who we all know due to us some unfortunate words and local boston sports radio were put uh front and center in a documentary tom versus time gotham chopra will be here he's been on the show before.
"mortenson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Year and they know that their time is limited unlike in on who can be there for decades players aren't going to be there for decades i guess unless you tom brady could be a couple of decades liberty will never retire that'll we you today this is what we go through is when you make it in in the play offs or you make it to the super bowl you look it up dan marino making it his second year and he thought then i'm going to be back and then you never get back again sieges you never know as a player and you know your time is way more limited than the the owner is so that that's what you're fighting for every year and and players know let me tell you players in the locker room no you now you go in a owen o obviously every year and you know you have a chance but players knowing their heart of hearts what kind of chance it really have they know the competition out there they know the team that's an the in that locker room and they kind of had that feeling of knowing okay this going to be a tough year what can we possibly due next year knowing their mortality they think more obviously about their mortality weren't owners sinking and going owner team for for a long long time and the other side of this equation is the philadelphia eagles and are chris mortensen reported yesterday that the eagles have begun to field a lot of offers a not they're not soliciting they're getting caller answer the phone what the should about nick fools mortenson reporting more reporting that one of the overs included a second round peg not to me that's a laughable thing what i said they need more than the one in four god for us and bradford they need more than that so outside of the you know we're we're bill polian said to ones into twos that's not happening okay that there's no way anybody's offering that is there a.
"mortenson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"A great chris mortenson who is bidding indian he is joining us now is out our studio hot rods line chris do morning hi day body very very on were very very well a your take on the debt at the top of this class are bears pick number eight how deep you feel like the really elite players go in the draft well probably do seven but here's the thing no it's like yes uh there's been a lot of thought about the bears wide receivers i'm simply saying their pick an assistant where they can take away receiver eight aand you know you might as well trade down and and and and they receive a later but you'll do there's there's some interesting players like virginia checks for edmonds here's the guy who's nineteen years old who and two years maybe the best player out of this draft and you know ah and he's you know is what almost six five to fifty because brian lacquers freshly met this as a hall of famer uh there's a couple of linebackers than this draft you're getting being compared to bryant could the kind of insights type guys but you'll freak athletes and edmonds is one of those guys so you know would it be a dream i mean like what do you do like you often live with the bears next year strain but clinton nelson shouldn't get there i mean i know football gm said if i had the first four pistons and drafts i i give up my draft or all next year's draft as a you know for best four players in this you have no from being one of them obviously so uh you would think bears have to hope is what they have to hope that four quarterbacks rice um and and and i'm not sure four will go before they pick more where do you stand on on uh nelson and the possibility at some point in his career moving to eat a left tackle or right tackle he'll be right cabral possibility i mean he's a he's athletic for his size 330 or whatever but it's not not tackle type of uh athleticism now here's what i'll say up to talk to some teams about this uh they say listen we are at a point now in this league were maybe seven of the top eleven uh defensive liming in this league are on the interior i mean you always fletcher.
"mortenson" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Seasons jack deal rail fired by oakland malkey critising a disappointing six intent del rail took the raiders the playoffs a year ago and signed a fouryear extension just last summer espn's adam schefter chris mortenson had been reporting since saturday night the raiders will make us strong push to hire current espn nfl analyst john gird self there are two new openings in the league the maybe another one coming out of cincinnati although in his postgame press conference marver lewis wouldn't give into the thought that his tenure is over i don't know that we'll see get the use that one more time on we'll see yes we will come there is a view do far more well i think you of there's decision to be made across the state of ohio in cleveland a winless campaign only the second owen sixteen season in league history leaves the browns it disarray but not leaderless according to owner jimmy has little puddle thinks that i need to say this but the way the world works today i want to say this she jax will be back for his coach next year you could say a lot of things about us this year but down to the last minute or two minutes our guys played heart and i think the primary job an nfl coach s news provide leadership i think he has provided great leadership so the wild card round of the playoffs begin saturday ten of seed kansas city of the afc four thirty pm eastern on espn abc and espn app rams will host the falcons saturday night sunday bob below it jackson bill and then promote your pose wrapping things up sunday evening carolina at new orleans coming up.
"mortenson" Discussed on Weekend Observations with Stu and Jr.
"Today you can tweet us at the one eight hundred flowers twitter feed as we are heading into an an f l sunday a big story just posted by chris mortenson and adam schefter on espn dot com ben along with sixteen other nfl owners cowboys owner jerry jones among leaders of a conference call on thursday to see if there were anything they could still do to hijack commissioner roger goodell is pending contract extension according to sources involved with those on the call quote you don't get to have many messages over the years like roger has and survived yet said one owner on the call the future of the commissioner is up in the air let's head out to our shell pennzoil performance hotline bring on espn nfl analysts field yates who joins us field this morning what are you know about this story and do you think there is a legitimate shot that roger goodell was ten years nfl commissioner could be coming to an end what we know about this story is what's been reported by morton adam northern layers to really add to it other than the indepth reportedly they provided is available now in espn dot com and we'll certainly be talked about in discussed throughout the day on all espn platforms and i think it's too soon to say whether or not roger goodell 's ten years the nfl commissioner is at threat right now i think that at the very least though there needs to be some massive sweeping changes to how some things are being handled and one of the points that players often made during some of the notable a punitive cases such as tom briggs deflate gate and more recently of course as he killed elliott's.