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GOP Senator Tim Scott Seeks to Block Controversial Proposed Bank Account Monitoring
"I saw senator Tim Scott make a little speech about this woman that the Biden administration once confirmed as a top ranking Treasury Department official. And he just seems like he's in a state of shock. The left is trying to defend this doomed nominee and she better be doomed. You can not have somebody in charge of the purse strings who wants to blow up the banking industry. And wants to nationalize wants to federalize banking. Yeah, that's just what I want. The government calling all the shots with my checking account. They're nuts. They're purposefully picking people who are who are so radical and bizarre. I mean, Sean wants you to hear a little bit. We have senator Tim Scott queued up, right? I want you, this is four minutes. Like, it's like four and a half minutes. I want you to hear the whole thing. Because she was also convicted of shoplifting 25 years ago. Now, you could make the case 25 years ago is a long time. Incidentally, that's funny how the left and the woke crowd and all the crazed activists on social media don't seem to mind if it's 25 years ago if it's something they don't approve of. Then you better cancel somebody over what they did 25 years ago. But when it's a Biden nominee to do something like, oh, I don't know. Control the purse strings of America's monetary system well, that was a long time ago she should be forgiven. In fact, they say, those are personal attacks. You're attacking her. I mean, I don't even know what she's Asian, right? I don't even know what her ethnicity is. She appears to be Asian. I'm sure there's the left is ramping up all their bigotry defenses for her, right? All these mean Republicans don't like her because she's Asian. They're bigots. They're just they're just racists and bigots. No, she's a radical kook who has no business, no business whatsoever in a responsible position of authority at the Treasury Department. So keep all that in mind. Bear in mind that she shoplifted a couple decades ago, so people are mocking her for that. There's the racist thing. There's the same, you're getting personal with her. These are personal attacks. Don't do personal texts. So listen to this reasoned, eloquent, short of every man approach that U.S. senator Tim Scott from South Carolina takes in addressing Biden's nominee. I want to be fair, and I will be fair. I won't be hyperbolic, but I will be Frank and honest. I can not think of a nominee more poorly suited to be the control of the currency based solely on your public positions, statements, and the weight of your writings. Than you are. Let me just quote you versus anybody else. On the Green New Deal champion, you propose taking economic and climate policy making from Congress and creating an unaccountable bureaucracy called the national investment authority. In a round table this year, this year, you push to make the NIA the dedicated institutional platform at the federal level for really being the kind of fighting muscle of the Green New Deal and fighting muscle of you know all of these other movements that pursuing environmental justice, social equality and so on. You're disdain for the financial services industry. In 2019 in the documentary, titled, I'll be kind, buttholes, a theory. You said the financial services industry in my view and I don't think I'm alone here is the quintessential butthole
Fauci Under Fire for Sick and Twisted Beagle Puppy Experiments
"According to documents obtained by a freedom of information request, white coat waste project and subsequent media coverage, from October 2018 to February 2019, NIA spent $1.86 million of taxpayer funds on drug tests involving 48 beagle puppies. The dogs were all between 6th and 8 months old the commission test involved injecting and force feeding the puppies and experimental drug for several weeks before killing them and dissecting them. Fauci funding experiment again in Tunisia, as we mentioned where they had to have starved, sandflies, beast on them alive. The invoice to the naid for the actual work was four or dect. Known as devocalization involves slitting a dog's vocal cords in order to prevent them from barking, howling or crying. Approximately 30% of all the promising medication have failed in human clinical trials because they are found to be toxic, despite promising preclinical preclinical trials and animal models. But 60% of the candidate drug fails due to lack of efficacy. The people who fund the torture of dogs should not be able to make medical decisions about your children. The people that have time and time again said that we want beagles heads to be eaten alive by sandflies in Tunisia, which again is something out of some sort of James Bond movie. What does that say for the type of leader that we actually have in the federal health bureaucracy? What does that say actually for Fauci and for Francis Collins themselves and now Fauci comes out and he says that he wants to have vaccines available for children than the first week or two in November. Some people are gonna say these two things are unrelated. I won't. Anyone who tortures beagles, I'm gonna stop listening to you about anything. Like you're a sick person. You need
"nia" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"All one word to say fifteen percent on your next purchase. The el nino phenomenon was originally named by peruvian fishermen back in the seventeenth century. They noticed that sometimes the water's would often get warmer around christmas time. They name this effect el nino. Which means little boy in spanish. When capitalized el nino refers to the christ child and it gets its name from the fact that it happened at christmas in the nineteen thirties. Meteorologist by the name of sir gilbert walker realized that a meteorological phenomenon called the southern oscillation always occurred with what the locals called el nino to understand what happens during el nino. It's necessary to understand the circulation of water in the pacific ocean. Under normal conditions. Cold water will come up to the surface off the western coast of south america. This cold water is great for fishing as it brings up nutrients and plankton. And it's one of the reasons why the pacific waters off of south america are so good for fishing. This cold water begins to warm up as it reaches the surface ended his transported roughly along the equator towards asia and australia. Along the way the heat of the sun and the pacific ocean warm water. And it's one of the reasons. Why parts of asia along the same latitudes such as indonesia are so hot. This current will then take the warm water down the eastern coast of australia down to antarctica where it will work. Its way back to south america and start all over again. This is how it normally works. Ocean currents can't change however every few years. The transport of warm water from east to west can sometimes reverse warm water from the equator will move eastward toward south america. This is the warm water phenomenon that the seventeenth century fishermen off peru founded named. And this is el nino because the pacific ocean is so big. This change in warm water currents can change weather patterns. Globally the reason why the fishermen recognized and name. This phenomenon is that it was horrible for fishing the nutrients which came up to the surface with a cold water. We're no longer coming up with warm water. The areas which see the largest weather changes are in the americas on the west coast of south america. They'll see more rainfall with the moist. Hot air hitting its coast. Chile will tend to have milder winters and across the andes into the amazon basin. There will usually be less rain. During an el nino event. Northern states in the united states and western. Canada tend to have warmer winters. Southern states tend to have more precipitation and the eastern part of the united states tends to be drier in antarctica the rossi which is south of the pacific ocean will see less ice formation in higher temperatures whereas the whittlesey roughly south of the atlantic ocean will see lower temperatures and increased ice formation in asia. El nino will reduce precipitation and can cause droughts the driest february's in recorded history in singapore. Where weather records have been kept the longest. All coincide with el nino's australia likewise sees lower rainfalls with cooler. Temperatures in northern latitudes and higher temperatures in the southern latitudes there is a third phenomenon that can also happen in this region..
This Is How Incompetent Joe Biden Is
"Decided that on September 11th, he wanted to take a photo in front of the White House being on the one guy who surrendered to the Taliban. That's the photo op You wanted. And it was that the folks the worst part about this whole thing. Is. This is the one thing Joe Biden probably the one thing I'm not kidding. He's doing right now where he would have had some degree of bipartisan support, not consensus, but support or withdrawal from Afghanistan done the right way. He would have had no stumbling blocks he would have had probably wrote the Rand Paul type of libertarian leaning caucus. A lot of conservatives who are just frankly tired of trying to build Afghanistan. When Afghanistan can't build itself. They were tired of it. There would have been a bipartisan support mechanism. Report him getting out of Afghanistan the right way. And shockingly when delivered an issue. Even many Republicans support this moron in the White House still gets people killed doing it. This is how incompetent this complete befo Nias. This before June of a human being of the 333 million Americans in this country. How one of the 500 dumbest human beings in the country managed to get elected, speaks to the vortex of stupid. The modern American liberal lives in You're telling me they watched this guy during the debates and thought this was the best choice to lead America. You're telling me that with a straight face you I'm ready to laugh at you right now. And they lie. They lie and they lie about lying. And then when you what's the soldier needs some quote. That That's what songs you need someone he was talking about the Communists and the Socialists. So she needs a said They lie. We know they lie. They know we know they lie. We know they know. We know they lie, and yet they continue to lie. Because
"nia" Discussed on Cheap Heat
"Going to france for the christmas. He's got pulled some pen. Right into wild gimmick. It's taken we've been doing this podcast. The as you. How many years you've been on the pod. Well five in stake in five years. The s g gimmick has finally really developed. Fix the pen out. And you can't be it can't be six. I i started sixty. What year did you beat. Start fourteenth you started started. She started like thirteen. I want to say were eight years in to cheat. I'm pretty sure when we back in a while back in the day. You're you're saying it started in two thousand. Thirteen started with the dastardly maker of shoes. Yeah wanna talk about that guy. The at that the dastardly. No i love. I love the maker of shoes. He's he's a guy. He doesn't respond to a word on text message. But he's garrigue twenty twenty fifteen because that that first summer slamming barclays was. Oh you can just look up. When did the hulk hogan controversy happen. It was that it was three weeks before that was like yeah. The hulk hogan When the reveal of of his truth his true colors it was when the brilliance of peter. Rosenberg stepped up. And i went. We gotta talk about this issue. We have a black guy hanging out in the room who literally stand there holding pen. We should talk about this. Come on over here and look at you. You not only did you bring such of that conversation. But you've been repeating that same sentiment for the last six years. That's actually your gimmick before the pen is just hating hogan with reason hundred percent with reason unfortunately though you take that reason and you let it bleed into wrestling arguments and sometimes those arguments are just well in a word on. Are you telling me that in the eighties. If there's no randy savage the boom is as big as it was if it was just hogan no not saying that you're correct. Okay okay i will turn serve. that was your serve. i'm returning now. return serve. are you saying that. If the roles were reversed and randy was the big guy. The boom in the eighties would have been as big as it was with hulk hogan as the guy. There's no way to tell. But i'm feel because there's no way to tell i i have to say no but this is what i am saying. Is that bob. Such logan was hope. No the answer is no no i. There's you just keep shifting way to tell. The answer is no. I cannot say that. I cannot say that with confidence but what i can say. Is that in the eighties right. The eighties boom wwf. At the time it was hogan and savage right there working together to like push that thing into the stratosphere. There's a reason why macho man is just as known as hogan people's grandmothers know hogan and andino macho man. You know what i mean. And what i what. I was also saying that point because this came from an conversation. I just wanna take to to tell everyone listening including us. Gee that out of nowhere just texted me looking at himself on camera. He just texted me. This is the best. I've ever looked about himself. Good good he has a wedding to go to read it for a second. I was oh did he say the best you've ever looked none of best i've ever looked. Okay got it all right keep going jumps are the best you would ever look no. I'm getting my lineup. Right after this if this was in one hour it's the best i ever looked. Kinda say something about the beer. It's i'm growing like it can. I don't want to be there forever. But for now i am pleased with with the the gimmick. I'm gonna send you a picture in one hour and get your thoughts because post lineup. When i get the lineup. Friday friday tuesday is. I have to be honest a much better place than tuesday to friday that that i have to work on overtime when i hit you up in an hour you're going to go This is something. there's something to say. This isn't a very handsome man. There's some by the way you just s she. I'm sorry you were cut off on your incorrect point about hulk hogan macho man. No argue against my favorite macho man might be my all time number one why you decided to that. Look at me back it up to people. So sean how we got here so someone posted one's gotta go was the up. Sorry man the rock vince. Mcmahon vince mcmahon stone coast boston and hulk hogan one's geigo so i went with my stock answer by larry ripped up. Sorry can you repeat. Those four named rock hogan vince. Austin yep roc. I said i said budgetary was not even a question terry but let someone. If that's your choice so someone says without hogan do we even get to rock austin and i say yes because macho man. Randy savage was just as responsible for the eightieth wrestling boom. Just as responsible as my problem all on but this is this is. This is where this is going though is that. Wwe survives the eighties. They get through the new generation period of the nineties. And they at least get to the attitude era to get you rock in austin. Then keep in mind ec w will still be happening because owen. I uninvolved even him. He needs the nwea he creates the w. W is still at a the rock and austin jordi as we know them. You don't need kogen get to where you get it out because randy is right there and then people got up in arms because people feel like if you take away hogan everything falls apart and i'm sorry there's no one because it might we'll never know it might have. They might have all fallen. i feel it. I feel like there's no one person in w history if you take away. Besides vince mcmahon. If you take them away the whole thing falls apart. Listen listen listen person. That's right there to take up the mantle. Our the lost. And there's no rock without hogan. Sorry no macho no warrior. I don't think so. I think rockies think no don't worry for short because hogan was the blueprint for warrior. Macho man was already his own thing not at the same can. Can i just.
"nia" Discussed on Cheap Heat
"I am down with a rebrand i have. I mean between all these. I don't know. I've been watching an extra regularly again just to see what the issues are. Whatever everyone looks exactly the same. It's like crazy. It's like i don't even know from one guy to the next. Like oh this guy. Who's that guy only miss the not even though these people are and Sorry i mean he's a good wrestler but like you know. There's nothing special about these people. I mean i was just you know the amid looks exactly the same hold on once. I mean. it's pretty close these days. Once it's worse than it's been in that regard in my opinion with people looking the same and feeling the same and having no actual gimmick once undisputed the white guys though. Let's be honest llegado. You got hit wrong dan. frankly i am. So you're saying you're saying that ciampa does not like look like swerve scott. Is that what you're saying. I'm on now. Even in england style even in rings out. They're holding the. Let's be honest. The the black talent feels like they. They they have sort of unique characters that are sending out more to be honest. I agree. I agree. But what i was gonna say is like be having like individuality and characters and having bigger guys on the show and like just having everyone sort of have a better gimmick if they're going to actually rebrand it and make it better than great because it's been very boring since they broke up undisputed era and that was no longer the primary storyline. Like i love kyle riley. I think he is an incredible rescue. Great guy he's made great. He's a greg. I met him grega. Big fan greg. Kelly flyers really. What are some of the best not only flowers. Well i didn't know that. And i i don't care he's like the top guy he can't carry the brand and we've already seen johnny gargano who i love and who i have for two years. Thought was going to be the next big. Daniel is going to be daniel bryan. Who clearly they. They not pushing. I don't know why. I don't know out on what the bill is. Probably because of his stature. They're saying he's going to be the top ab face on the brand. Now going forward which. I'm fine with but it was time for him to be called up for years ago so we're probably get more of the same. Samoa joe is a baby phase. As i don't know i don't know what's going to be for the rebrand but i'm down to see the first week what it's going to be here. Which is crazy. And adam adam cole. Where whereas adam cole. Going to end up. He's like tabulating right now. In my opinion is isn't he confirmed. Isn't he opinion. estrogen confirmed. Isn't it confirmed. He's gone confirmed he's gone. It's confirmed his contract is over. That she part has been confirmed. No i i've been hearing conflicting things from different places. I heard that he was gonna be on smackdown. He's going to the main roster. I've heard that he's already out the door on his way to eighty. W i heard that you know. Twitch was a big sticking point with this whole contract negotiations with wwe. So it's a lot. It's a lot coming from a lot of different places and again none of it is confirmed and honestly we really won't know until we turn on the tv and he's either on usa fox or tnt and then we can say for sure. Okay this is. What adam cole decided to do. Because for the longest time we would expect a brock to turn up in eight w. room a male. Let us go wild speculation about that and any pops up a summer slam. So i think until we actually see what he lands. It doesn't even make sense to can i. Can i say something controversial. Go ahead which i read. This is this is what you're here for. This is a little controversial and a little probably ignorant. Because i don't even have it or what. It is is twitch the biggest controversy in the last ten years in wrestling. What is going on. On twitch that these wrestlers absolutely need to have their twitch twitch was fine i think what happened was the pandemic hit and then people are they make money from people they the pandemic hit right in. What raking in the dough with the only fans and the wwe right. We need to go for the only fans but if we do that we got to go for all the we ought to go for the twitch. Gotta go for the youtube. We go for the cameos and so they got it just got swept up in with everything else. That's happened with only fans what what what what was which conversation which conversation this week just because all thing. Yeah w we had like this Fits a role or policy or whatever that baked get a piece of everybody's twitter like you know if you have a twitter account it has to be run through them or something like that and then he was cutting out a little bit. You're fading a little bit of side. He wants to keep his independent. Not have to really like you know. Go the route there. I i don't deal with the same thing that wwe roster talent deals with so. Yeah i don't know. I haven't really followed much. The controversy behind that. I know that all the social media platforms have been thing by the way. Social media is going to be an issue for a lot of people coming up not just in terms of wrestling but like these companies are going to end up taking as time goes on. There's less and less opportunity for people to make the money on social media that they were making an instagram is going to do their best to keep all the money in instagram. And you are not going to make the rules tighter and tighter and tighter right so the only people who make money on instagram or big brands and everyone. Who's out there trying to do. The little advertising on the side is gonna do it. These very creative ways to get around anything. So it's it's been the wild west when it comes to all these social media things I've been this week. I've done a lot of youtube and twitch streaming. It's very interesting to see. The they catch everything. Every video that has any copyright infringement gets pulled immediately. It's it's all going to be changing in in the immediate atra. That's amazing to how fast they get it already before we started. I did a drake review six minutes ago. I got the copyright claim email. Wow crazy i. I can't do the full show today. Unfortunately what do you need to get. What's the important chappel wedding road. No no what's the important wrestling. You talk about okay i have. I have a very interesting point to make about the charlotte. Nias shoot the.
'Candyman' Director Nia DaCosta Makes History as Horror Film Dominates Box Office
"Candyman director nia dacosta made history. This weekend she's now the first black female filmmaker to ever have the number one spot at the box. Office the remake of the nineteen ninety-two or film made over twenty two million dollars opening weekend making it. The second biggest opening for a film directed by a black woman. After aver duvalier's a wrinkle. In time
"nia" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"To bite here on the sf t. podcast network and so parenting in apocalypse. It's it's not the same way that we would do. You know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer. Only when you when you live long. All kinds of strange things happen very right in saying that. The greek heroes. Where the original superheroes in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion arising director is near the cost who co wrote the screenplay on the new candyman and directed the movie. The story of candyman is so perennial. And that's part of the reason why it's exciting to tell it at any time period from the origin of the story itself within the context of the first film you know in the eighteen ninety s to now what we're talking about. I think as the cycles of violence and history repeats itself and how we collectively grieve and collectively process trauma which is through stories. So i think it's it's always a time to tell a story like handyman. Which is you know kind of the big tragedy of of the tail in the first place. The impact of candyman in her own life candyman was just like a real sort of urban legend. When i was growing up it wasn't necessarily just attached to the movie felt very present I went to school right next to the projects i lived in the projects and so Terresa candyman just hanging out over across the street from us. And so i think the first time i saw it was an elementary school. This is after. I'd already lived with the idea of being some demon ghost. Man killing people in the project so I think my first. I'm seeing the movie was terrifying as it is for. Most people had already kind of had this law in my head. So it's kind of like connecting the dots i was like. Oh that's candyman i see. I got it yes. She did historical research to incorporate into his version. I basically looked to history and their stories already knew stories that i found was doing research that i wanted to take inspiration from. I didn't want to take these people's lives and saying these are their part of the candyman lower but just to be inspired by things that it actually happened. and that related to our to our story I really it was. Because i wanted to show how prevalent common these horrific events are and how they're just you know this a straight line from de niro by two anthony and all the people in between so for me. It was really necessary to to take inspiration from real life but also not Co-opt a story and put it into our narrative So i think that was also a balance to strike. She talks anthony mccoy when we need anthony at the beginning of the film. He's an artist his a great girlfriend..
"nia" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"At a boarding house and there's a homicidal killer on the loose Stocking some some co eds. Sounds like a fucking any of these things. I've seen this. I know this movie. I know exactly what it really. What is it yeah. I've seen i've seen a way. Then he would. You heard this movie though. No wait now. You guys would have heard this movie. I'm thinking i'm thinking criterion movie. Which obviously any money so but at a boardinghouse what movie. I can't remember the wind thinking of called. are you talking about. What's it called the slumber party massacre. No carnival lost souls. This movie is called the silent. Scream i truly never heard of that. Oh we're successful successful. Indeed you know release a successful halloween. You should clarify. It is not the antiabortion nine hundred eighty four film the silence game which is the first thing that pops up when you google it. No the first that shows Very upsetting poster. Jesus christ No it is not that it is not it is just some you know. I don't know it's it's a it's a slasher movie. Wow okay that's number one at the box office. It's doing great number. Two at the box office is a very conic movie of the year. We're going to have some good box. Office scamming griffin. I'm realizing like it's I believe if he gets. I think it's the first hollywood studio movie to show like it stars penis. i'm almost. Let's is american gigolo. It's american jiggle yeah. I don't think there's any movie that had shown keen at least not like star. I mean definitely a landmark flown in and onscreen pain is also just a great movie. Obviously just very giorgio marnie suits and all that and like the the the whole mood very early eighties What's next number three. It's then it's the best picture winner griffin the best nineteen seventy-nine picture winter nights seventy-nine cram the kramer and the number one. Movie of nineteen just never stopped being astounding to think of that movie doing and game numbers. Yes it totally did. The number four is okay. It's a star driven movie. It's not a movie. I've i've heard of it. I've never seen it. It's from a major director. But i feel like it's sort of forgotten entry for these guys It's a sort of like comedy drama. It's a western in like a modern western. It's about like an old rodeo guy who is retired and is trying to figure out his life what it's got all right. I'm gonna tell you the stars who goes in okay. It's it's robert. Redford and jane fonda electric horseman electric horse. Okay which who directed by who griffin sydney pollack. Yes non movie. I've ever seen no great title. Good title good stars. It was a hit. It made like sixty million bucks like it was not nothing. But i feel like it's just sort of you know not well known for any of these. Three people like as one of their better entries. I i got this trivia question wrong recently. Which is what is the name of the most. Recent collaboration between fonda redford rom com. Right exactly but the question is can you pull that title in a million years. No no. I knew exactly what movie it was and i was like. I truly think you could give me one million years of concentrated effort. I would not remember the title. That i've also seen that movie me to own. It's called our souls at night. Never never never. I was something. Got this wrong two weeks ago. And i already forgot his last film ever of course game no of end last credits and us law. It's gone after our souls night and then him saying hail hydra. that's hilarious. bless his heart because he was very personal about it being the old man and the gun Yes you'll gun is like the total swansong movie. Yeah men right he just sort of pops in an endgame being like whoa. What's that over there. Hey hail hydra. This loki guy. That's like lowry told us. He had shot and game but it was top secret and they were promoting old man of the gun and the only question. Anyone wanted to ask him was. So is this it. Bob or you retired and like they couldn't answer it. Yeah right right. They were like well you know he likes number five at the box office griffin is a an action film. It's i think fairly early in this man's career He's an action star But one of one of the sillier ones chuck norris. It's chuck norris of course had to be. Yes and i think it's like i. It's maybe it's maybe it's like second action movie where he's like the star delta force it's not delta force. Okay it's not the octagon. What a guitar. It's not silent rage. i'm trying to think of chuck norris movies or is that what that movie's called it's called you're close. It's called a force of one okay. Okay and he is. I believe the titular force of one. The tagline here's the silence. Here's the darkness. He's the only one who can stop the killing david health. Funny would it be. He wasn't a force of one. If you watch the move really let him get away with his career for so long. But i believe the plot of the force of one is that there's a serial killer and the police decide to recruit a karate champion to find the serial killer like it's where they're still trying to be like. Let's explain why this guy like kicks people. It's the way fast and furious has to justify cars being the necessary tool for everything. Yeah yeah took off of what you said. We let chuck norris get away with way too much. What a lot for. I was watching walker texas ranger if my grandma we just don't know begins our young so much power. Yes some other hits. We got chapter to the james caan. Neil simon movie. Oh god The jerk we've got the fog obviously which opens number ten. We've got fatso the dom deluise movie right. Yeah and ben. Crafts only felt bancroft directed it affect the fog open at number ten. Yeah that's how it is back but even still opening platforms even still now. But the fog was a huge. Hit me twenty million dollars on a one million dollar budget it was. It was exactly the same vibe of carpenter words just like the man you know he prophets like it's all profit with this guy. Yeah sure he keeps getting to do so and we'll never let him get a bigger budget ever right exactly. But i'm excited because now now we start to get into the satire a little bit..
"nia" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Trying to say okay. Well hey that was wall. I ended a lot of trouble. But i'm going to try and talk myself out of it and say it's it's also because we'll have two guests on and it's just like a lot of voices zoom and you know it's just like you wanna like you don't want to interrupt the the dance of course but it's also like sometimes you're not that taken with. That's what i was going to say up about. We'll finish according bamble go like. I was going to do a bit. Where i was going to say this about this dumb fucking movie but i didn't feel like doing it whatever whereas i feel like the shift and energy is ben loves all of these movies. He's very excited about the fact that we're covering this filmmaker. Not only that. Ben is like doing research like coming to the table with episode with like fucking notes and books and shit. I gotta fuck it. But if on jumping in. Because he's got shit to say yeah man guy so taxed. I have context because they're connoisseurs than i can. Never live up to it. So i've got a dang book so yeah yeah i brought a fucking book i know you guys talking about. If i'm being honest what we have. I at least have researchers. Yeah i'm like what is film. What is the movie Should we play the box office. Game griffin as we wind down this episode. Because i know nia has to pretty soon. Yes i feel so bad i genuinely was looking at the timing of your other episodes. And they're all seventeen hours long and i was like. Oh no. I saw one of those three and a half hours. I was like nobody needs to do podcasts. That are that long. I look vodka. Should all be ninety minutes long. I got. I'm gonna get so dragged through that nia. David is going to send you an edible arrangements for keeping this episode short. You have your baby now. He has to do. Yeah i do have things to do. yeah. She slept through the night last night. I hope i don't listen back to that. Being put. that was the only time that happened. I was. I was going to say this is trying to get this time. Line correct The fog remake in the assault on precinct. Thirteen remake both. Come out the same year. I guess a thirteen comes out first. comes on. The winston can chemo totally solid. Yeah yes is. Entirely solid is written by. I remember liking it. When i thought i. It's got a fucking great cast and everyone in it is overqualified james de monaco road. Who did all the purge movies and also wrote the most terrifying of all american horror films. Jack right he wrote francis. Ford coppola's jack. No film scares me more than jack. That was sort of like it wasn't like a big hit or whatever but everyone was was fine with that movie. It got fine reviewed as modest january performer find reviews. Everyone's good on the fucking fog like stunk up. The joint and people were sort of asking carpenter because you have to in one year. Like what's the deal with these remakes. And he'd be like i just like show up and i wave and i say hi. I walk away. Because there's that quote that so good i mean i it. Is you know it's classic guard. I mean unless it's a different one that you're thinking of no. It's the one so people were like. Why aren't you more protective of these movies. Leg if you're if you're not showing up if you're not invested he went. There's an interesting thing that happens. Every time they ask. If they can remake one of my movies they call me up. They say they ask me. I say yes. And then i hold out my hand and a bunch of money just drops into is this is the this is the line. I have where they're like. Why why are you letting remake escape from new york again. Which i guess. That's still hasn't happened but that keeps gang announced right. Brian says i love it. If they're gonna pay me money if they pay me. It's wonderful if they don't pay me. I don't care. I think it's unfair. If they don't pay me. I think everyone should pay me. why not. i'm an old guy now. I need money. Send me money take. Fog is the only one. I remember him being like. Well you know the original film. I had such a limited budget. And i wasn't happy with how it turns out it could be improved on. There's like a reason to remake this and since then he's just been like pay me you know. It's a shame the remake or wasn't remake technically lake which they reveal the whatever the that could have been really interesting. Because that's really the best way to go into that it's like oh let's just figure out what the fuck that dog was doing before. And those people like that's cool and then my wreck unlock Recollection of it is like despite the great cast and it just didn't kind of fast but like that could've been really great. Do you know the absurd thing about that movie. They were very adamant that they were like. This is going to be the movie to bring practical affects back. It's the thing it's like. The most famous practical effects movie ever shot the whole fucking movie with make-up's an animatronic you can go on youtube. You can see the test. They look unbelievable. They shot at that whole way and in the studio went. This looks corny and made them redo it with. Cgi saw because like you look at evil dead which is all all that shit practical or like ninety five percent of the rest of it and that is why. I think that worked really well. Anyway i could go on and on it totally. I just feel like i think they also like cut that movie down but i feel like there is a cut of that thing prequel. That is good. Yeah yeah. I doubt a- at the very least is visually impressive because yet the tests that are out there are amazing but it is interesting. That people seem to kinda keep getting things fundamentally wrong when they remake carpenter sequel. Is it or whatever. I mean like the david gordon. Green halloween is like i feel like the first one. That's like a hit and was well liked and Approved more fans and that was the one where they got him. More involved where they sort of scorn us for at school insulted him right. That movie is such a loving. I don't think it's completely successful. But it it. So it's so obsessed with halloween with john carpenter's halloween and much less with the. You know halloween mythos universe or whatever let's see the box office game griffin come on. Yes yes that was the things i wanted to and i just very quickly on the the say that john carpenter appears the beating of this film and he looks pretty good which we got that long and fucking trivia once and it will haunt me forever. Do you remember that. A video round. That was director cameos in movies and we got that wrong. Did we say it was a different movie or did we just say it was different. I think we said it was a different movie. I can't remember which one will haunt me for fucking ever. I just wanna correct my earlier. Quote the exact quote is a carpenter. Dozen these remakes. Well i'm a producer. But i come in and say hello to everybody go home. I'm just a fucking bomb okay. I can't wait till i have the number one ironically at at the box office on february first okay nine thousand. Nine hundred eighty is a slasher. Movie is a total halloween. Rip-off i've never heard.
"nia" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"I'll post the the toy is hyper clear like and i carry. Pirates of the caribbean. It's it's zombie pipe. It's zombie guy with a sword and he's you know belts and he looks like Zombie pirate yeah. When that saver came out. I was like i was excited. I was like i because they're not actually pirates just like some dudes right. They are not pirates. they are like a clipper ship. Or whatever it's not it's yeah. They're not pirates. it's just their merchants or whatever but the period dress like pirates to me. Do you not fight with pirates. Nia did pirates who inherently goofy. No i actually am. I really wanna make a tv show. It's really love pirates. I think parents are the best. Oh pirates are awesome. I mean they're cool. And also they're very interesting intellectually. But i won't get into that but the second call So are like Privateers very interesting to me. I was just like i feel like the story of the the ghost wasn't like they had no real connection to anyone the town except for the priest only on the beginning and the end and i guess in the middle the second like i want there to be more like steaks for like anyone besides just like death. Yeah because i think this is one of those movies where the novelization with a novelization is like. Yeah you know. They're all the victims are related to the people who originally did this terrible thing and you know like in. The movie is kind of leaving that to you. Mostly it's kinda like you figured it out right like oh the town. The people did a yeah. They're supposed to be the six that's why he keeps on saying it's six. They're supposed to be six living descendants of the people who perpetrated the crime against them The movie could probably benefit from stating that at some point. Yeah you know. Whatever hal holbrook six will die and the movie oh they never say. It's implication. yeah but it's pretty vague implication at bat. Okay okay but yes no yes. This is a film right through. The extensive lead is adrian. Boult she's mostly in the lighthouse sort of running point watching everything happened. But then you've got tom. Atkins and jamie lee curtis kinda on the ground like moving from location location. Right those two. They were great great. I love tom. Atkins who is in lots of escape from york. He's in halloween three. I love that guy. He's such a such a guy a horror movie legend. Yeah i feel like he's could've been but then also this is his kickoff. Yes yes this is kickoff. But then he does night of the creeps and he just becomes one of those guys. Who's like a superstar in this corner. The industry fence. I love about it. Because he's just such a like regular ass dude. He's kind of like balkan and he's got a stache really looks like such a regular guy. he's great. I love that. It's like they have that conversation the car and she's like you're not weird are you. Yeah i'm weird helen. I feel like i looked away for back. And jesus like naked and jumped tell you this is great. I like i like that so much. She's a weird chaser. She's literally looking for some strange at any given moment and she pounces on him. I love that right in one thousand nine hundred. Most people as we know are normal. But we don't like that. I do like narrative. How kind of narrative spread out. It is like i feel like so many horror movies of this era are like a crew. That's getting picked off one by one and this is sort of splintered narrative where you have like atkins in curtis bourbeau in the lighthouse. You have whole trying to solve stuff you know. Dare your three main points of bourbeau son as well like it's about them slowly coming together to face this thing rather than starting with one group and winnowing it down. Which i think is an interesting way to do it because it also like feel like a lot of horror movies like this not even horror movies like this horror movies in general you'll have your main cast and then you'll cut away to like some set-piece with some character. You're only being introduced to at that moment to get killed off or the first character killed off. They come up with some crazy reason for them to split up right and the first character killed off in the narrative. Yeah yeah the. I care to kill off from the group. You haven't gotten to know that well It's kind of nice that this you get a sense of how pervasive this is across the town because everyone's split off but also everyone's surviving other than that one group of guys you know and then the babysitter. Later it's like. It's so funny i was like. Oh my god. I pulled into like like she was like. Oh and the way it happened so operates you just like turning around very slowly wa boy closes the door like it. It's also funny after carpenter makes like the definitive babysitter horror movie. That he is like. I wanna make it clear. It's not just about young women. I'll kill babysitters got nice. Nice old lady babysitter. she she. She got her stay away from that fog. I'm not passing judgment on high-schoolers you can. You can get the elderly next door neighbor. I'm still gonna fucking kill her so funny. I was like lord. I actually really liked that part and i liked the i really really love the woman in lighthouse and i thought she was like going to sacrifice herself so that keep reporting on the fog which is ridiculous but i was like. Oh my gosh. She's just going to stay here and let everyone know where the flag is gonna come in so she can say as many people as possible. Why do i think. I don't know but it's also lighthouses. They're very romantic. Oh i do want. We should talk at length about living and working in a lighthouse because it seems really cool but the part in the movie where she's just yelling. Save my son. I had this thought. What if you just picked up that radio station. The town over. And you're like what is surely logged is. God's eighty kimmy get get a pre world some shit but like this lighthouse still exists. You can go visit. It's up in marin county california you know in the bay area and it's very i mean. Lighthouses are cool. Do we all agree that it's everyone fantasizes. About like this sort of weird solitary existence. Out there when i after i saw that one that the black and white thing with the mermaid rubberneckers harvey ben's paper with the vaginas. A good way to put together. Sure there's a lot of opening so that ruined lighthouses for me. Ben bought a lighthouse after seeing that movie mermaids vaginas play out with my friend. Yeah gotta do this. New development that on a recent episode ban. Just casually referred to him as bob bob that he didn't even say patents and he just said first name basis. Bob that's right. There's a lot of lighthouse movies. I guess because who come on right. Aren't there other lighthouses..
"nia" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Check to get the deal and start protecting yourself online. Thank you. I guess i gotta go figure out the lip thing on my own. I'm sorry do you remember. Yeah yeah. I mean i remember that my friend dog. Yeah you just reminded me Rip the charlie. What a legend and Thanks for admitting and calling into admitting your huge blanket mic Maybe we'll have you on the show sometime Said i like to hear john carpenter goes. He's you know this referei. When looking our notes right and he goes to england what is england. Have fog right. He's dog for i guess Assault on precinct thirteen. It's pre halloween. it's for its first ulta precinct. Thirteen and he sees fog and he's like. Oh what if what. If there was fog. The fog was the villain of the movie that was long. It is environmental yes. They're very similar in that way. I think we're the latch onto a very very basic kind of primal hook and carpenter certainly has a lot of ideas and ideologies. He puts into his movies. But i think he reverse engineers them from that like he. Does this look at something ago. Like oh that would be scary for a whole movie. And then i think in the process of writing it his his feelings get put into a quote from here where he says like I agree feeling for physical movies. I don't like intellectual films. I love suspense. I want the audience to laugh and cry and emotional response. The medium is emotional. Not so much like a book or a play really as like music. Which makes sense when you consider that. He's trained as a musician. First and foremost and You know obviously composed almost all of his films and this is a movie. That really feels like this. The score is maybe doing the heaviest lifting of all of his movies. That i've seen. Yeah it's i mean some of the things that are somewhat baffling. When i looked when i was watching it back. Like some of the the pacing at the church sequence. I was like what i was like. I feel like you've done this better before. And after job it was very honest was so flummoxed that was that was his takeaway that was that was his opinion of this film basically he was. I mean i he makes it. He's like i've made a bomb. This is not exciting enough and he went back and reshot need put in little more gore and a little more like action just to spice it up what i read. Is that a third of the movie as it exists now was done in re-shoot saw that they screened it. It was longer and he was like this completely doesn't work. debra hill who's producing partner co writer at this point And have been halloween and everything Was like the audience is going to be expecting gore. That's what's like deer agora right now. Especially because you are the post halloween guy. We have to put a little more gore in there and he also just thought. The story was kind of like incoherent. it wasn't tracking. The film was dull. So like that entire. I think opening attack sequence not opening but in the first act the killing of the fishermen. That's all that's all new. The the john houseman opening as knew he didn't have that as framework and he was like the audience cannot track. What's going on. I need an old man with a stop. Watch to explain it at the beginning. Also we never go back to him right like we just. It's just like an episode of the dark because it was re shoots. He wasn't supposed to be there keeper. Yes exactly it's twilight zone such a funny thing where it was just like. Oh this movie doesn't track. Let me hire an academy award winner to come in and do like a five minute monologue and just kind of set the table for the movie and never go back to it ever again but it also feels like because like with. How are we into you know. Carpenter sort of produces that that movie comes out. What a year after this an also comes in and adds more gore. Because he's like this thing he he. He does seem to be a little afraid of the shadow of halloween. Where he's like. I've created this monster. Now everyone's doing horror movies. That are even more intense. And i have to match it. If i'm going to work in the and he kronenbourg apparently was one that really startled them like when kronenbourg movie start coming out. They're like holy shit. How is he getting away with this. You know and so it's this that this is the fog halloween to there's another thing. I mean it just feels like by the thing. It's like he's like all right. You know okay. I feel like now. Now now i i am the king again. What i'm doing. He's like away. Peasants work like yes. Do i look i. I've seen the focus on the ground. Had you seen the fog before now. Okay so. I'm the only one cd i love the fog. A fog rules But it is. I do love i love it for. Its sort of janke Dark ride kind of you know where the monsters almost or just these little shambling. you know. Nobody's that you barely see and it's a lot of chat and it's a lot of just like you know sort of what's up in this little town like i like it as a sort of airport. Paperback thing and i. I love the colors. And i love the score. Obviously i i love the whole mood of the five but i do not find the fog. Particularly frightening and assume carpenter was worried about that. I find it a unnerving. Look i think it builds up a very good Energy like i woke up early. I couldn't sleep. And i was like fuck it. I'm not gonna watch the fog remake like so many of carpenter's films been remade. That i was like. I didn't want to commit to the idea that i would have to do it for every episode. But i was just like fuck. Let me just see 'cause. I also known that one's like despised. No one likes that. One right fan right not just within the realm of carpenter remix but i feel like in the two thousands the surge of remaking all the seventies and eighties horror movies most of which were successful. The fog was tortuously like one of the least successful and one of the least liked. And i made it thirty minutes in before. It failed my. Do i wanna keep washing this or take a nap test. Tom welling is willing and maggie. Grace and selma blair and tom welling essentially plays extensively about point. Yes yes. Some of blair's playing adrian bourbeau maggie grace's playing jamie lee. Curtis tom welling is playing. Tom adkins but the three characters are fundamentally not the same and most of the things are changed in the movie but the thing the thing i noted the one thing of sort of an interesting comparison point before i shut off the movie and slept for forty five minutes. Was that a that movies. All cgi fog and siegi fog is not scary..
"nia" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"And feel like. I couldn't make it doesn't call those. They're living in the same then. It's a podcast. It's the podcast. Series called day podcast. Today we're talking about the fog with are incredibly busy guest to kosta nia. You've carved out a very small chunk of time from Getting ready to direct a fucking marvel movie. The thing people use as a joke when they Talk about There while i'm being too busy Yes i do that. I do feel like. That's the thing when the movie when it got announced that you directing the movie you like posted a quote of yours from some interview where you said like oh if i ever get direct like a vendor's eight or something. I'll just like pay off all my student debt. Like you had some quote about like how unlikely it seems and what kind of like crazy. It was winning the lottery. Literally i it was less about getting a marvel movie. It was more about paying off my student loans. That actually felt crazy to me. I was like. I will only pay them off. If i get a marvel movie. And now that i have when i'm like jesus still i'm not going to pay them all off twenty. Everyone thinks i literally paid them off. Like when i got the job which is not how you get paid for. But you didn't just put kevin vike in touch with no. He didn't start co-signing. My myself though i ask but It's it's like this scene of falcon in the winter soldier where you have to go to the bank and can you forgive my loans. I'm directing a marvel movie right. I'm gonna adventure when a boat. It's just You know my citibank wants we should mention we. You came on the show About nine months ago. I guess now To do the the castaway episode You were great and then came out and people said it's so weird that they didn't talk about captain marvel even once now that niyaz directing this big move in the reality is we talked about a fair amount but we record so far in advance. You were like it's going to be announced by then and then like a week before you were like marvel just changed their plans. You have to cut out all the captain moral. Yeah invented a very expert job of cutting around. I really thought it would get announced sooner. And they were just like oh here here and think everyone also is sort of low key thinking the pandemic would disappear in some way and then it was like no. We're gonna wait four months since it was leaked out. And but you're how many days away from filming. Are you now for gene in under the wire in under the wire i honestly like i've been probably for ten months and we just into start shooting like we've been there's only so much you can probably move even want as big as this and i'm just like let's go. Let's do it and everyone's excited trial so at this point you're more like frustrated than stressed about. Yeah starting it's literally like having. That is how it felt having a baby. There was a certain point davis by like thank thank. Thank you but this is certain point where you're like okay. We bought all the stuff like everything we we've read the books i guess like we're just. There's nothing more to do we just to do this now and you just have to wait. We get it conceptually. You're coming let's go right. Exactly the plans are in place. Yes i should also make it clear. I make jokes about The name of david's baby. I say that the baby's named Griffin has been doozer sam's which is obviously a joke. But i you know. I don't wanna step on david's privacy here but we should mention that the actual name of david's daughter is untitled twenty twenty one marvel film sims. Oh yes yes. They're lawyers are you. Just you gotta claim that release date. That's thank you just put it on right at the plant the flag so today we're talking about the fog like i actually feel really bad about this because i i never get on the podcast and search at talking. I'm moving by anyone because hey hey. This is a podcast about honesty above all else. We've always said that we have that sign above our door. We say this is a podcast about honesty and a wide array of viewpoints. This is talking about like blank. Check movies. This is the direct theatrical. Follow up to halloween so this is as check as career ever gets even though it was produced on a very very small budget. What you can tell guess. Totally the weird contrast of like a carpenter is feels like he is a man who got to really make movies. He wanted to make his way but he you know has publicly griped for years about the fact that he never really felt like he got the room and the budget to make things at the scale he wanted to that he was always sort of like a hustling and hacking it out and stitching things together with the bubblegum and spit but but it is fascinating that like even post halloween. They're like cool. You get one million dollars to try to replicate that thing. I feel like the blunt house thing. It's like well. We're just gonna keep giving filmmakers very little money even though they prove that they can make that. Make a lot of money. Because that's the ceremonial now. Look i like jordan peele Who you worked with that candyman movie coming out very soon When he posts get out gets offered like humongous movies akira. Whatever he yes right right and then announce no. I'm signing like a multi picture deal at universal. I was like that's the smartest career decision i've seen from director in a while and that was like you know him saying like i know what my zone is. Now now like yes. Carpenter would have probably liked to have gotten the budget. Jump that peel had from get out to us. But i still think the fact that he was like. I've established kind of my genre and there's an audience expectations of what my movies are. I'm gonna like sort of stay doing that. Rather than try to like. Get.
"nia" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Eleven fifty. Five almost midnight enough time for one more story one more story before twelve just to keep us warm five minutes. It'll be the twenty first of eight one hundred years ago and the twenty first of april out in the waters around spivey point. A small clipper ship drew toward land. Suddenly out of the night. The fog rolled in for a moment. They could see nothing not a foot in front of them. Then they saw light by god. It was a fire burning on the shore strong enough to penetrate the swirling mist. They steered a course toward the light. It was a campfire like this. One ship crashed against the rocks. The whole feared into mass snapped like a twig wreckage sank with all the men aboard at the bottom of the sea. The elizabeth dane with a crew their lungs filled with saltwater eyes. Open staring to the darkness and above as suddenly as it come the fog lifted receded back into the ocean and never came again but his told by the fishermen and their fathers and grandfathers when the fog returns to antonio bay the men at the bottom of the sea out of the water spivey point will rise up and search for the camp by fire that led them to their dark icy. Podcast okay good. Thank you good. You know honestly forgot. That was so long. You know it feels like a very nice short little opening in the movie only significant captain significantly more engaging than the actual opening. Hey joe we oh man. Someone's got their knives out. Okay all right all right here. We go side. Just tell you how. I feel off the jump. I guess so i guess those sh was not a fan and then i realized i had no idea what the movie was about fog fan. I thought i always. Oh yeah something something the fog etc. No i wasn't. I wasn't prepared for prior to the caribbean in a small town like it was like base of the is that what the rights based on is the fog and they made it into a movie with johnny depp. Wait you know what. I mean like this. I had never seen this before. And it does feel like a part of the caribbean. Maybe cribbed from this. More than i knew like they won gold break come on the fog and then when they get their goal at has done and even just a degree. I know. these are like like lepers zombie. Pirates yes but the famous story about pirates of care began famous. What the fuck of my talking about this story about the making of pirates. The caribbean is that David you've never been on that ride but it's mostly just pirates. Having a chali could time but at the of the ride there's like this tone setting section. That's amazing that's like the that everyone remembers where you're just kind of like quietly like going down a river before the pirates come to life. It's like you're going back in time and there's this one image you go past. That's a skeleton at like the mass of ship. And the kind of thing if you see it as a kid at like sticks in your memory and then is ted elliott and terrorism. And they're writing parents of the caribbean. We're like oh do skeleton pirates. That's like the thing everyone remembers the ride anyway. But the ride doesn't have that other than this one section and it's not like it's skeletons. Come to life so it does feel like they may be looked at the fog and they were like. Oh it's like that. It's like a curse ship that comes back and the people want revenge and they turn into skeleton. Right one hundred was up. I literally was like. Oh like this is prior to the caribbean but there in maine or seattle there here theory in california. Yeah they're in northern california antonio. Okay no antonia bay antonio bay. I'm sorry yes anton see. I wasn't paying enough place. No it's not a real place but the ship the whole deal. The ship is based on a real thing that happened. It is like killing the people on the boat. Yeah i'm trying to find the name of the pope. But that's something that really dollar and there you go where someone Basically faked out this boat with a with a fire and they crashed and they took all the the guild. I believe it had. It wasn't gold on the frolic was porcelain and opium worth it horse. Yeah porcelain. it was coming. It was like coming from china. Like like precious china porcelain vary. I think it was guests. At the time in the nineteenth century or whatever speaking of china i literally put on big little afterwards after. I watched the flag. Because i was like. I'm so lost in the right. Now because halloween happened before and then only a couple of years later was was the thing which is probably a perfect movie and i was like. What's what's going on. And then i have to start watching big little. Because i was like. I haven't seen that one either. Maybe i need to know more about about john. D did you enjoy that in finish it. But yeah i. I had i to do this. Hey great excuse gracie no judgment and we appreciate that. You're doing this because you are beyond busy right now. Which i should say this is a podcast called blank. Check with griffin david griffin. I'm david this podcast. About photography's directors have massive success early on in their career and are given a series of blank. Checks make whatever crazy passion products they want and sometimes those chicks clear and sometimes they bounce baby and this mini series. As i think you've been able to discern from this pre talk about the films of john carpenter it is called. I think it's called pod scape from new cast. Yeah we forgot about that. We forgot to resolve that. No it's podcast. You think. Ben your i think you playing the trump card and saying it's they podcast his podcast. What was the other option pods. Scape from newcast. 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"nia" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning
"It. I'm just curious. Couple of hundred miles was yeah. It was four hundred fifty dollars it was it was some of my rent. My do they never. They never paid you back. Never gave it back to me. Nia on friends anymore turned his. Add.
Thomas & Friends Storytime: Emily's Best Friend
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The Inside Story: Niacinamide
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China Launches First Astronauts to Its Space Station
"Yesterday. China successfully sent three astronauts or taikonauts to their tian module which will eventually become their completed. Tian gong space station. Nia haisheng bombing and tongue hongbo whose identities were kept secret until a press conference on wednesday will spend three months aboard the module bringing it into service and preparing it for the next phase of the space station's construction. It will be the longest crude mission by the chinese space agency to date the tian gong. Space station will end up looking. Like a big cross and will include crew quarters science labs and even a hubble class telescope when completed it will be a fifth of the mass of the international space station in china is open to having foreign on board to collaborate three more. Crude flights are planned to complete construction which is scheduled to be done sometime in twenty twenty two quoting the bbc. A fighter pilot nia haisheng. Fifty six is said to be china's oldest astronaut in space. He's a veteran of two previous flights which included a fifteen day visit in two thousand thirteen to the prototype station tian gong one this has since been de orbited his crewmates leo boming fifty four and tongue hongbo forty five are also from air force background lease earlier spaceflight experience was on the shenzhou seven mission in two thousand eight. That's all him participate in china's first ever spacewalk mr. Tung is the rookie on this occasion. Having never before gone into orbit and quotes in addition to landing a rover on mars last month china became the first country to send an un- crude rover to the far side of the moon in two thousand and nineteen while the us has been prohibited from working with china's space program for a passed by congress in two thousand eleven which is part of why china has to make its own space station because with the us leading the international space station partnership china therefore can't be a part of it. Nasa has been outwardly congratulatory of china's recent achievements with administrator bill nelson sane in a statement yesterday quote congratulations to china launch of crew to their new space station. I look forward to the scientific discoveries to come and quotes
"nia" Discussed on Thomas & Friends Storytime (US)
"Elephant along with her. What a clever idea me was carrying the other elephant that lived at the animal park. I realized this elephant needed something familiar. Like another elephant. Just the missing. Elephants appear out of the trees. It walked towards the elephant in animal car. I think it's working. The elephant was very pleased to meet a new friend. I'm this time she was happy to climb into. The car will done nia when near in the elephants arrived at the animal park set. Top hat was waiting for them. Thank you nia. You did a good job today and as a reward. I'd like you to continue helping out at the animal park. You could bring the animal feed from the ducks and fruit from the fom as well as draw for the animals bedding. And sometimes you could give safari rides to visitors. Yes thank you say. Nia watched as the two elephants walked into the animal park together nia was doubly happy. She'd made the new elephant feel at home on so on now. That's top hat. Had given us some jobs at the animal park. Neil get to visit friends. The elephants very soon the end. Listen out other adventures with thomas and friends storytime parents. If you like what you head please leave us a review and subscribe. Wherever you. listen to your podcasts. Tell your friends to thomas. And friends is a registered trademark of elaine thomas limited..
"nia" Discussed on Thomas & Friends Storytime (US)
"This is a story about nia. Nia is a bright orange tank engine with colorful patterns on her sides and the number eighteen on her cab. Nia has a whistle. That sounds like this. so let's begin our story nia and the unfriendly elephant. The animal park on sodo is a very special place. It's the home to lots of different animals from all the world ahead of zebra pride of lions lots of noisy monkeys and a big grey elephant and today the park was expecting a new arrival from the mainland. Another big grey elephant. It was early morning when near pulled into town station. She was pulling a large animal call. Rebecca looked at the call and guest. What neal was doing. Are you put near. Interrupted the new elephants and taking to the animal park. Yes i really excited. I'm sure she's excited to be meeting. You gordon had been listening from the next platform. He didn't think the elephant would be very pleased to meet neha. I wouldn't be so sure about that. What i just saw the elephants about to cross vickers town bridge from the mainland. I don't think she likes steam engines very much. Well she'll like me. When arrived at the town bridge she could see the elephant and hair care waiting by the side of the track when elephants saw near she looked worried and backed away sewri nia. I'm afraid this elephant doesn't like steam engines. Oh it's okay. I had plenty of elephants back home in kenya. Some really difficult ones. I'm sure i can win her over the moved slowly and quietly towards the elephants. Don't worry i want to. I need to help you. Then nia then idea. Oh i know what to do. Take your time gad's on. It will be fun as nia sanchez. So drive carefully low at the ramp to the animal but the elephant just wouldn't get into the car it's stumped. It's amt trumpeted loudly. Oh did that singing. What before. Sorry nia i guess not. All elephants are the same. I've got to make the elephant. Feel safe and happy so i can take to the park. The carrot gave the elephants and apple to calm her down and gave nia another idea. Nia race the way to the apple. When they arrived she found passi. Shunting some cars full of rosy red apples nia quickly coupled up to one of the costs percy nia and cold out apple's sorry passi it's for a good cause could fix town bridge near show the elephants care the apple. She'd brought how about. We lead the elephants of the call us in the apples. Good idea nia. The elephants care later trail of apples along the ground leading all the way to the ramp of nears animal car. The elephant follow the line of apples. Eating the machine went. It's what king go. But when the elephants saw the animal cau- she sat down and refused to go any further. Sorry nia i guess. We'll have to go make our way to the park on foot but nia didn't want to give up. What else to elephants like. Nia look down at the water flowing below the bridge. I know what hurried off to the search and rescue center wes she found bow big blue firefighting engine come quickey. It's an emergency. ooh okay. So bell followed me to find the elephant and hair care. Who will walking to the animal park. I wanted to elephant. Might like some water. Good thinking okay bell. Do your thing bell used how water comes to square two jets of sparkling water towards the animal car. You go how do you like that. The elephant will slowly towards the water. It seems to be working. The elephants had nearly reached the animal call when throw golden from the past blowing his whistle and making lots of noise. The elephant was frightened. She ran off into the nearby woods. Come oh what should we do. We've got to find her. So bell waited behind while near an acaricides the woods for the missing elephant but they couldn't find her anywhere. It was getting late when near return to where bell had been waiting. Have you seen the elephant bell. No i haven't i haven't either. I've really messed up. It's not your fault. The elephant ran off because it was scared. Everything here must seem very strange to it. Then another idea flew into nears funnel. That's i know something that will make the elephant feel safe and happy. Something familia wait. I'll be right back. Meanwhile the elephants care had returned to where bell was waiting any luck. No not yet bill. Then belen the elephant keira head nia coming back. Leeann was carrying a special passenger brought another.
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Biden speaks after meeting with Asian American leaders in Atlanta
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"President. Biden will meet with Asian American leaders Friday during his trip to Georgia. NPR's Frank Oh Lord, oh, Nia's reports that Biden is expected to offer support and wake of the shooting rampage that left eight people dead and the Atlanta area on Tuesday. The White House says President Biden will be joined by Vice President Harris for the talk with state legislators and community leaders about the rise of anti Asian hate. Cherokee County officials announced yesterday that 21 Year old Robert Aaron Long has been charged with four counts of murder and one count of assault in the shooting at one salon. He has also been charged with murder in Atlanta, where four other women were killed in two separate attacks. The stop is being added to a previously planned trip to Atlanta as part of a cross country tour by the president, vice president and their spouses. The town. The recently passed coronavirus stimulus
"nia" Discussed on CXMH
"To tell our listeners about it. The next system was to be my my segue. Yes yes. I talk with my friend. Nia baker who is a therapist here in atlanta. And who has you'll hear when i read her bio but kind of this entire background of working with What would might say like people who've experienced trauma rights like sexual abuse homelessness all sorts of stuff like that. And so we talk about some of why that's so important to her just the idea of of trauma and what we learn from from people when we kind of you them as like okay. You have survived this thing as opposed to like okay. This thing has been broken stuff like that but we also get into a lot of kind of nervous system stuff right of like. How do we make each other. Feel safe be connected right all that type of thing a a great job of explaining it in a way. That's not know if you're listening in you're like what what is this. I don't i don't study by all like hang me neither She does of explaining non packing in an understandable way and then saying okay as as faith leaders had we. How is this useful in terms of like our community right things like that in just a lot of fun because i love neo. She's great and it's always fun to to have friends on so we will get out of the way. Especially because i hear a guy doing yard work outside my house here We'll get out of the way. Listen to my interview with nia baker. I enjoy al right today. We are so excited to be joined by nia. Baker nia is a therapist and the executive director of active resilience counseling and coaching in atlanta. At as working with beloved atlanta a nonprofit organization that works with women who have lived through trafficking prostitution and addiction. She has specializations and training in areas like t trauma working populations like the homeless those who have experienced sex trafficking in more. This is also one of the cool times that i always love which is where our guest is extremely qualified. But also i have the honour of cutting her as a friend so nia welcome to the show. How are you doing today thank you. I'm happy to be here. I'm doing pretty well sitting in a warm room with my pop and drinking some coffee and getting to talk to a friend. So it's it's pretty. Say i love that. Is there anything else that our audience should know about you. That wasn't in your your bio there. Wow one of the things that i have started becoming more increasingly interested in And cannot say that. I've gone through the training. Although i've done some experiential work And it's something i think. Just make sense based on some of my areas of like hobbies and and things that i do that are more for fun than for some sort of professional career and I think i'm starting to include now. In some of the ways that i think about therapy in the ways that i think about healing are Some things close to my heart gardening and painting and The reason i bring those up. I've been considering and working towards going through this not experiencing training which is a lot more around by the experiences space And uses that as a way to actually promote healing the brain which is pretty cool. Yeah that's awesome. So i noticed one thing that kind of goes like a through line through your bio there and even what you were just talking about which happens to be working with individuals who experience a of trauma right and i know. We've we've talked about trauma before in this show. But i always think it's helpful right up front to get kind of a working definition for the conversation. So how do you define trauma so to speak in wise Something that you're so passionate about working with. I define trauma as any any type of an experience where whatever the stimulus is could be. I've been thinking about this a lot. More recently related to our bodies. It could be a stimulus that you know actually impacts a part of our body Bruises it but also if we think about that from the way receive information. It could be something that we hear or see or touch like temperature But anytime that we experience a stimulus and our nervous system get so heightened that it moves into a shutdown response. We're now when we experienced a stimulus that reminds us that past emulates. The nervous system is threatened by it and so for some people that is actual physical assault or sexual assault for some people. It is a way that someone has responded to them over and over again or maybe multiple people We talk about that a lot. More thinking what about someone who is experiencing homelessness and the the ways that oftentimes people will without knowing it. Just something that we you know. Our bodies how they respond to each other We might look away from them. We might not maintain icon ttacked which the nervous system reads is. Oh i'm not seeing. I'm not understood anything from from that level too. You know i. I am someone who i try not to buy will burn my tongue on a cup of coffee or hot chocolate pretty regularly and every single time. I'm so terrified can happen and i consistently experience at that but anybody who's to their tongue tiny little trauma right. There's a way that you feel it afterwards. it's not just. oh wow. That was hot and it's over. It's a wow. That was hot now. Like i might. It feels raw and so When thinking about physical trauma or emotional trauma and emotional trauma is just. It's held a nervous system is impacted through In responses related to feeling safe in an environment. Yeah yeah. I love that broader definition. Because i know sometimes we think about trauma is kind of this elite level of you know has to reach a certain point and i think it was a on cobra longtime ago on the show talked about this idea of capital t. trauma in lower case trauma. Where like there. This whole range of experiences that we can describe as matt iq and that's not taking away from like. Oh if i had a bad day that was traumatic. I'm not downplaying. The things that we would say are like some people might phrases actual trauma quote unquote. You can see my acquits But there's there's also lower t trauma in terms of like there is kind of a lasting impact and universe system in like that type of thing. So i love that. So why. Why is that these various types of traumas that that are listed in your bio and things. Why is something that you're so passionate about working with as as a therapist. I get really excited about it. Because they think well. I joked with people. I think there are many therapists. Who might agree with me where we it's the wounded healer. Principal right we. I went to therapy school and was really interested in and excited about it and then looked back a few years later and i was like i think i went to therapy school because i need therapy. Actually what was going on And i had never been therapy before. I i went to my clinical program and while i was there was like you know. I don't even think that there are these. I think it was one of those people who i'd grown up.
Selena And Abraham
"In early march twenty twenty. I was on a plane on my way from boston. to corpus. christi. Texas selena's hometown. It was the early days of twenty twenty the before the country was still flying. People were still out in the street. I'd gone dancing the night before albeit a hand sanitizer on every ten minutes so i was tired on the plane but i couldn't sleep. I was ansi. My stomach was in knots and it wasn't just because of the impending pandemic. I was on my way to a month long reporting trip in texas interviewing scholars fans and all kinds of people for this podcast. Accept this podcast. Of course didn't exist yet and that's because the whole theme hinged on the first leg of this trip this is when i hope to meet with abraham gained nia salinas fall who's notoriously protective of her image and music. I'd hope to land an interview with him and also ask him to let us license some of selena's songs for the podcast. My is thinking was no music rights. No podcast before this plane right to texas. Our producers have been working on securing those music rights for a few months. We'd had to wrangle all these parties songwriters record labels small publishers and convinced them that the project was worthy of selena's music. But i knew that the final deciding yes or no would come from. Selena's family manage to reach selena's father abraham on the phone a couple of times before he wasn't really interested in interviews said too many reporters had asked him to many foolish questions. I told him. Oh this podcast. It's an oh to selena. It's rooted in love. I wanna show her legacies true impact and he was like everyone wants to do that when he heard disappointment in my voice. He told me not to feel bad. He rejected journalists every day. Meanwhile i heard from the record label. They said selena's family would not approve our request to license her music. I tried reaching abraham again. I emailed him left two messages. Nothing so back on the plane. I wondered how things would go down. Abraham knew when i'd be in corpus christi but he'd stopped short of setting an official meeting with me either way. I felt like i had to at least try to talk to him. But i felt this apprehension. This like skittish feeling. I've been a journalist for fifteen years. I've met plenty of people who make me nervous but this fell like there was so much more at stake yes to some degree because of the music rights to some degree because of his famous temper but really it was because abraham felt like such a big part of selena's story a foundational part. He wasn't just her father. He was her manager. Her mentor and selena. Talked about him all the time. My influences were. I would say oh my father. My father used to have a ban the way back. When and i guess it's where we get the musical talent brahmin and i don't really remember seeing or hearing about salina's mom allah growing up. But i remember knowing. About abraham. I was eleven. In nineteen ninety seven when the selena bio pic came out edward james olmos portrays abraham opposite of a young jennifer lopez. Selena
Gogglebox faces union probe after reports of backstage bullying
"Let's kick off with some behind the scenes telling us a member of the crew on channel four's goggle box says that working conditions on the show Quite inhumane we know. These things are report by friend of the politics. Morrison adt the guardian ad for us. What exactly was alleged by this. Anonymous recently departed member of the production team and my understanding user as being a number of different allegations including People having to work extremely long hours in edit some you know. Obviously that has the kind of unsatisfied. Shen from the higher ups which is caused the shouting and various bullying bullying allegations from there And it just seems it's it's a production where the pressure was Just really piled on. I say union members to stop at anything union members off. It's kind of everyone that wasn't a top level. Seems to have really go in the neck when it comes to that production wished. Just frankly is i just personally. Don't get it. I think when you show. That's not big why it doesn't have all the resources to to make sure that everyone can run. That production properly is beyond me from my perspective. I joined the industry. Because i thought it was gonna be fun and i think that once you get into it because of the freelance culture because of the way that there's so much pressure and over the years because times and budgets have been squeezed. It's it's just become more and more stressful to to get things done and on also on top of that. There's been a huge amount egos creative egos existed in this industry as we as we all know and sometimes they can tip over into being a an incredibly toxic workplace And i just think it's i just think is really really sad that we have to wait until all of this outrage comes out and people have to make kind of complaints anonymously before inkling donna it. We should stress that they are compliant. Onuma sources as studio lambert gave the guardian a statement saying it takes the welfare of its teams extremely seriously across its productions and has a number of measures in place to encourage people to come forward with any concerns they may have as well as support systems for range of issues in the last twenty four hours back to his joined in as well having what if they've been saying they've set up their inquiry and i think they look they want to look much more broadly at the industry as a whole rather than To qassam on google books. But i think nobody box is a really good example because it is a very wealthy well established company. It's very well established brand that be making it. For years i mean obviously. There's the very fast turnaround on it. Which would put enormous pressure on on rolling those shows out but nevertheless it's a brand that's existed for a really long time and so by the time the series whatever you would think that you would have your production process. Fairly well oiled and organized. I just think it's about the culture of companies that can arise and as far as said when you go sania nia people who behaved badly. It becomes very very difficult for junior people to to call them out. It becomes very difficult. Doesn't it when it's a hit. That's kind of what we learn here. Isn't it because. I know from friends in the industry as well. The you actually take the job with a spring in your step as a freelance. Because you think we'll get through it for six or twelve weeks and then i'll have a terrestrial credit on my cv and it's well paid and there's no point making a fuss about out. Just do it because it's goku box and it's a hit sort of unlikely that studio lambert and gentlemen were completely unaware of the gossip. Everyone else was completely innocent. Yeah ice been known in the industry for quite a long time. And i absolutely would not believe they were not unaware and of course unfortunate that culture of coming in for twelve weeks thirteen weeks ain't going away and saying nothing encourages. The practice continued. Never she gets surfaced until for example surface. Now i think in a way this is not a new story and indeed on this very podcast. We've discussed this topic several times in the past and we've talked about it not just in the context of tv production within other sectors in the media industry but sick in the newspaper industry for example where As almost being an acceptance in the past by subs pushing people on stories pushing them to get more copy out and so. I think you know any industry that permits bullying by management should not be allowed to do so. It's not an acceptable practice. We all understand that deadlines can be tight. We will understand that. Maybe resources a tight. That's something you have to sort of live with. But how you handle that pressure or how you deliver. That pressure is difficult. I mean there's nothing wrong with the manager setting a deadline. But you don't shout at people you can always discuss things in a calm rational way to say. Look either it can be done or it can't so this sort of shouting culture bullying culture unacceptable but it does seem to be it's almost become endemic and almost accepted in certain sections of the media. And it really has to change. It really does.
Biden signs order to ramp up refugee admissions
"President Biden says he will sign an executive order to increase the number of refugees admitted to the United States. As NPR's Frank Lord Oh, Nia's reports, Biden says the cap on refugee admissions will be raised to 125,000 per year. President Biden says the world faces a crisis of 80 million displaced people. For decades, he says. Moral leadership on refugee issues was a point of bipartisan consensus. We shine the light of lamp, um of liberty on a fresh people. We offered safe havens for those fleeing violence or persecution. In our example pushed other nations. Open wide their doors as well. But the Trump administration drastically cut the number of refugees allowed to enter the United States. Biden says it will take time to reverse those changes. He said the United States will begin the process with an eventual goal of reaching 125,000, as he promised in the campaign.
Fighting for Answers with Trista Sutter
"Trista. Welcome to the wo- med. I'm so thankful that we're able to make this work today. And i've really wanted to not like change. The direction of the woman at all per se but to add to it because as healthcare professionals are sole purpose is caring for our patients right. Yeah so. I think it's really important to talk more about patient advocacy and. I'm just really grateful. You're able to did make the time and willing to come on and chat with me today. Yeah i think so much for having me. I'm just so excited to be able to share the space with you and and chat. Especially because i've been out of healthcare for a really time. I don't even know. Gosh i would need to really think back to when i when i stopped were maybe it was two thousand two so it's been almost twenty years. I've been out of healthcare. So thank you for giving me the space because to get the chance to talk to you. I feel like. I've always been drawn to you on you. Know of course the bachelor bachelorette that. I'm i'm a forever fan because of how it changed my life and nia and i loved watching you so yeah. It's so fun to chat. Thank you for that so not many of you may know that she does have a background as a pediatric physical therapist. Yes actually put in all that we're doing it. Was it a doctoral program at that point. No no it was not and that tells you how long it's also because it was just for me. I chose to do a master's at that time it was either. You could get a bachelor degree or or master's degree and i chose to continue my education. After undergrad i went to undergrad at ideal and then Indiana and then. I got accepted into university of miami's be at that time. They were rated second in the nation so i was really excited to be accepted and it was a two and a half your program and then after that i ended up getting a job in pediatrics. Miami children's hospital but anyway i worked for four years as a pediatric physical therapist. And then of course i got the opportunity to go on the bachelor and the rest is history. I did actually go back to work. After filming the bachelor and my broken and i asked my boss once i got the request to be the first bachelorette if i could have another liebau absence. And she's like yeah. That's what happened me time to leave. I guess so. I always wanted to live in california. I moved. I didn't really think about my license at the time And then after that. I just realized that i would have to completely take my boards over again and i have the worst memory on the planet. I'm like i'm not going to remember anything that i'm that will allow me to pass this test. So let my license become inactive ben. It's sad but but it's also great. Because you know i i'm happy in my life now moved to colorado for ryan. So it's well. I had a similar thing happen. Like when i left for the bachelor. They're like oh great. Cool like go find love we love. You can have a leave of absence. And then paradise came. And i was like. How mad would you be if i love to get. You know we absolutely love you and encourage you and support you. But we can't just hand leave of absences. And i'm like yeah i get it but so many people don't believe that you go back to work after the show and it's like well you do but then you're sure i mean you kind of have to i. I had to pay the bills. Still and yeah i wanted to go back to my to my life and my patients at that point in time but when the bachelorette happened that was a different story like i felt like it was an opportunity that i couldn't pass up and i'm glad i didn't because my life would be very very very different. We got you. My children wouldn't exist. So yes that's a good thing. Well not just leads to so many other different avenues of not only income but of platforms and things that you can do with your platform. But i want to kind of circle back to the whole patient advocacy portion. Whatever you feel comfortable with sharing what has been going on with you. While i guess with ryan more specifically this whole like last year. Yeah i was thinking about this morning. It's been almost a year. Which is her rape easy to think about. Yeah i i. I'm to be a little delicate on the topic. Because you're seeing all his story and we still are in the process of trying to figure things out and once we do we'll we'll share that but but yet it has been quite eye opening in terms of being on this. I am not that. I haven't dealt with doctors in the past. I mean i've had things where doctors couldn't figure out what was going on with me in the past and this is just different because i am like. I'm a mama right if you will. But that extends to my family and friends as well.
Serie A Race Tightens
"We saw in italy where a c milan are windsor. Champions at the halfway stage in syria they are top of the table. Two points clear of into despite the fines. They lost three now at home against atalanta. Insecurity manage a nil nil draw. Meanwhile away against 'euthanazi and romo a seven goal thriller against four three moving them up to third in the table. It's welcoming shall we shoot robson show robot. Let's start with milan against atalanta talk about impressive. The visitors are brilliant. That difficult i ten or fifteen minutes but once they start planning football and they get illegit you vote and he kept on coming in off of that right hand side onto his left. The patter led the line brilliantly. Froylan back in midfield ghosts down one side patty board down the other three centre backs defended really well as well as i've seen the defend for quite some well they dominated the game. I mean thrown in midfield kept on making challenges and milan could get into their front plays enough. So he was at the game for long periods the young plas- planning behind him and mehta and on the other side castillejo. They couldn't get involved in the game for once able to dominate midfield so brilliant performance by its atlanta and now the informed seem at the moment and if they depict their best side against tonight as a earlier on earlier this week and last week they would be right up with the front runners of course is at the moment who are the front runners. I it's interesting is this same regressing to the mean slightly robots. Yes they're a good side but not a great side you know when you go abraham of issues who's thirty nine and he's Lead the line. The three young players played in behind on several different occasions came on on. He's going to be quite good enough to take them to the next level. Amac is got saints off last week. And he's quite good enough at the moment guests. The good game in midweek against calgary didn't play whatsoever today. May you make these Food first full appearance didn't really impress. So they're they're aside. That can improve. But let's do what some young players that needs to improve quickly to narnia didn't think dominated the midfield. And that's what kissy had a problem today. Impressive milano after that defeat which not forget. It was their first domestic defeat against events as they bounced by. Didn't they they got the win. Against torino gonna win against cavalry as well so after this defeat robbo you would be hoping for the same sort of mentality going forward. You think they can get themselves together. They can regroup because it's against the small teams in which they've picked up those crucial points this season. I need some of that players. Back the nia challinor who need right. But you wanted to substitute. He'll you him back. The got manzu kitchen now to help out ibrahimovic if he if he needs to be swapped any point so i think they've got the mentality pill has done a really good job mentally with them. He's a good coach as well. They got the you know exactly what they're trying to do but he's also got them on that even kill so when they lose games they don't panic too much. They come back again. So i think they'll they'll certainly putting performances but i still don't think they're quite good enough to win syria
The fight for the Central African Republic
"Earlier. This week. Results were announced of the presidential election held in the central african republic on december twenty seventh. It was won by the incumbent. President faustin comes to our dera. Election results must still be officially validated by the constitutional court but were welcomed my supporters and even by some members of the opposition. It remains an open question. However how much of the central republic. He's really going to get to be president of the world's least imaginatively named country is also one of its most troubled examine any global index pertaining development prosperity transparency freedom and general ease of living. And you'll find the somewhere near the bottom. The c a r is also exemplar of the cruel irony that the countries which appear least worth fighting over are often the most viciously contested in the days between the presidential election and the results. Being announced rebels attacked the southern city of banga sue on the blue river which comprises the border with the democratic republic of congo. And the town of damara a bit further west by some estimations. Roughly two thirds of the country is now controlled by militias hostile to the national government and not infrequently as is the way of these things to each other ominously however several of these groups entered into a formal alliance just before the election and now prefer inquiries to be addressed to the coalition of patriots for change or pc. They don't appear to have a website yet but early days. The did announce a ceasefire ahead of the election but then unannounced it. They may also be having chain of command issues. Blame for the. Most recent uptick in rebel. Activity is being generally cast. In the direction of former central african republic president francois bazei the mana of both bozize's as coming and going illustrate the chronic problems. He seized power in a coup tar in two thousand and three and lost in two thousand thirteen when militias made it all the way to the capital bongi compelling him to skip the country further underpinning. The present intrigue is the fact that for much of aziz as time as president his prime minister walls and listeners. With a keen sense of shakespeare and psycho drama will already have guessed current president to our dera. Catch me if you can former president possibilities eight touting authorities at a campaign rally last week busey's a returned in two thousand and nineteen in the hope of getting his old job back via the ballot box but was disbarred. from standing in december's election. The constitutional court ruled the requirement that candidates be of good. Morality was tricky to square with an outstanding international arrest warrant accusing disease of crimes against humanity and incitement to genocide to say nothing of sanctions imposed by the un security council on a personally for arming and encouraging militia groups. Say it should be noted if not necessarily believed denies everything so faustin are twelve dera remains president though it would be unsurprising to discover that he keeps a bag packed. Bongi his capital is probably safe ish. Aside from the central african republic's own military it is defended by miniskirt a un peacekeeping mission of roughly eleven thousand troops. Doing one of the more difficult and dangerous jobs currently being undertaken by the blue helmeted three peacekeepers from burundi. Were killed on christmas day in fighting with militias. Nia dakota desire besides being us your brothers and sisters that we see so that our brothers and sisters can also enjoy these other than that you and mission has been joined in recent weeks by an extra deployment of troops from rwanda already a major contributor to manisco.
Hilaria Baldwin secretly enjoying all the attention
"Big exclusive at the top of the show ilaria baldwin. Who's on the cover of the newspapers and get a lot of attention for her somewhat somewhat complicated background a secretly loving all the attention our sources tell nia this is a dream come true for ilaria. She's loving every moment of it. She's always wanted to be famous. She married alec baldwin and is assisted over the years that she is from spanish heritage. However now it's come forward on social media that her name is not ilaria. It's actually hillary and she was born in boston. And now she has confirmed this one source actually told me she is reaping what she would. What do you think about this crazy story. Lauren a people are acting like she's rachel dollas all which is not really fair right like she's not she's not doing that. I don't know. I did meet her once on a red carpet and i thought she was extremely lovely. I was also very distracted by her instagram story. Because she looked so beautiful when up. I was like wait. What are you saying okay. Now i've met her a few times as well as she really is. Actually very very nice. I'd love to be able to tell you. She was awful but she wasn't really applied very very kind. I know people that have worked with are extra. She was a correspondent over there and they just loved her now he embarrassing and the whole thing is very awkward. And i think we've all all emphasized different parts about our past. It takes a lot to actually become really proud with who you are either. I damaged my arm. When i was little and for a long time i would give different stories about how it happened and the reason i did that is just not comfortable having a damaged arms on giving her a little bit of the benefit of the data but as you said no crimes have been committed. She wasn't raising money claiming that she was a spaniard. So this is embarrassing. It's silly i'm not quite sure why she did it. But i did think here. We can be a little a little kind about it. What do you think. I agree one hundred percent. She is a very sweet woman. I it's funny. You say she loves the press. This is very negative press very very negative so that is it's so questionable right right when i think this is so interesting with a lot of celebrities that we talked to and we interview and we work with unfortunately. It's a bit of a stereotype but it seems to be true quite often. They're terrible assists. And i think that would i was working some really really big stars the the way that you could insult them. The most is by ignoring them as gossip columnist. Icee really cheeky. Things about people. And i'm always shocked when i see them calling me. I think i'm going to get told off. And they never do occasionally they do. Mostly they asked me. The picture can make this bigger. They're actually really enjoy the
"nia" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert
"Constant struggle and we die like that's just nobody. That film like no one in america. So i gotta i gotta be at something So so the world's going to have to bounce back so i can be good at it. John little bird..
"nia" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert
"Being in denial about harvey weinstein. In the whole thing. I mean like tino fan who the core but like. It's hard to come to terms with that. You know what i mean. But but i think that's what you struggle with is like can you is the art still good because it's entrenched in all these things that you feel you're being or do we sell us into cognac wrong. Don't give drop out on vinyl. And i will listen to that because i already paid for it but i do not listen to his music on spotify anymore because that's literally giving him money And i feel like for me. That's actually how. I make those decisions in terms of consuming a certain art when that is problematic as there. There's a lot of film where when you hear about how the sun was made you like. Everyone was being abused on. That set a great but like the oliver stone films. Like i like what i hear those stories. It's like oh you were abusing everyone to get them to this place the fucking shining. You know what i mean like you. All these film directors that i realized and then when you get into the nuts and bolts of of who they were and how they operated. I don't know i mean i. it's complicated. Reams lays like the idea of abusing someone to get a performance out of them as lazy. You can hire. You can just hire more talented actor like an a the actors that i work within the actors i love are people who can reach those deep emotional depth like in stanislavsky way not in alexandra which stanislavsky way is like create the treat the situation in which this reaction happens. React organically in that space. The outlander way is tap into something that has happened to you that similar and Use that to create the performance in that second one often is what Breaks actors down is because you are constantly accessing points of trauma for your profession Very talented actors can create the situation. And like you you have to. It's a collaborative effort. But you create the situation in which that character would act this way and then the car. Then the actor can be that person reacting in that moment as opposed to let me yell at you for twelve hours to the point where you're close to tears and then i put a camera on you so you can move what i'm looking for which it's that's lazy tim. You do the work to create the space that gets that performance. Don't physically hurt. The person or emotionally hurt the person supposed to you that performance to get it. Also if you can't get that performance without emotionally scarring the person giving it to. You actually don't think that artists worth making like i fundamentally don't believe i think if your art to make your art actively hurting dissipating helping you make that art that art shouldn't exist. Maybe we're not there yet everybody. You're not aging art nerd. Like i think that's where i get a little bit. Like cranky libertarian. Cause i'm like. I'm like but that eliminates all the art that i love you know what i'm thinking i'm stays for new art. Yeah yeah i get. I do i get it i really do. I think also. Because of the way that i was raising the art that i was raised on my parents are berry are like very radical very politically oriented and so the art that i was raised on was had that in mind of a father's jamaicans making immigrant i was raised on a lot of jamaican music. Marcus garvey black Like nineties black. Art visual are also i grew up in brooklyn allege it was rounding photographer. My grandfather is a ballet dancer. My on uncle are kick boxers like rounded by all black people who were interesting dynamic and huge showed me blackness as something that could be multidose and and Diverse the lot of the things that i learned in film school. But i didn't see a tarantino movie until i was seventeen. I didn't see woody allen movie until i was in college i didn't see Plant ski until i was in school. And like for me and actually coming to those things like this guy is a better foul right in the future. That's that's where people are going to be coming to them from. Were who are like. My best friend is jewish and was raised on woody allen. And she's like. I have to reconcile the fact that he's a pedophile with any hall. Do then you look at his other phones in your like this when he actually seducing a teenager step back and i think that's how you i don't know i never gonna tell someone that they can't watch something because of the person that made it. I will suggest heavily that they not pay for it And i will suggest halley that they recognize the context in which it was made like. I don't i don't blame anyone for watching rosemary's baby it's it's frankly a perfect movie. I do blame someone for watching Which is about him. Basically creating a standing for himself being accused of. Pedophilia being wrongfully accused of pedophilia. That one. i'm gonna blame you for and like i think that's how we have to deal with our i think that for me. It's it can be both a moral trades in a capitalist choice. Like i just wanna give money to abuse nervous But at the end of the day of the art is the art. That's already made is made and all we can do. I can do as a filmmaker as an artist is matron. My heart is made in the same way and like the demand art that you made in a better way to exactly Like i don't work with people who believe that they're actually a controversy at my school Because they banned nudity on campus like in classes which is which the reason that happened was because people were having in classroom exercises having actors. Be nude which you actually can't do because you can't close the set like to follow sag regulations for nudity onset. You have to be able to literally lock the doors and only have essential Crew members on said and there are a lot of rules and in a classroom environment. You can't follow you. Can't lock the doors to the classroom. Fire hazard and a lot of students. Were in an uproar in. They're like how dare you limit my artistic expression. How dare you say that. I can't have nudity in my films. And they're like whoa. Whoa whoa we've never said you can't have in your film. You said you have to learn how to have nudity in your phone. You said you have to follow the rule set forth by the industry about having nudity on your sets. And i remember while we were having this debate. I took notice of like everyone who was like. I should be able to demand all actors be nude.
"nia" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert
"Is our love represented on film is it represented at all is centered on film. This is a very specific. Episode is but it because media film plays such an important role like the representation of that like our perception of how we treat people how he seibel. If we see ourselves we talk about the documentary disclosure. A lot and i think when we were deciding on clear i have not watched any disclosure. You talk about the meter disclosure. A lot and i get quiet does not that. I haven't thought about it. Means a lot of your industry. Think about law. Well honestly this episode. Okay argus this week nia ashley is fucking hetty how much. I'm not watching right now. How much i'm not you. It is good in a mental health. Way yeah but it is a little bit. I don't know i'm just i'm very. She's incredibly on. Point is incredibly heavy. I'm very moved by how on point this gets anything for like the next wave of this industry d generation of creatives coming up. I think it also just like inspire. Its way inspires people to question things but especially like even more talking about like. Hey how did how come like. We had a lot of black reputation film and then it just went away for two decades like well. There's a reason for that and like those things are interesting to of like all the shit behind the scenes. I mean how often do you. How often did you think about representation in media growing up. Like how often do you think about it. I feel like now. It's so in the conversations that we're having inner day to day i mean we're really thinking about just representation in i think positive industry in in pornography in the mainstream. The thing is when we're younger. We're not thinking about it but it's affecting us deeply you know. And that's and that's kind of part of the problem and that's like it's a generational thing what we're passing down. But i don't. I didn't think about that and then like as you get older like wait. Why am i why do i have this mindset and you start questioning those things so like you. Don't think about it when you're younger but it sure as fuck program the stories the telling about yourself in the world around you on a four shore like we because we idolize certain things then you think about like i think about the things that idolize my youth and i'm like fuck i wish there was this kind of representation idolized slot narrative. I did gravitate towards women that were powerful that were owning their sexuality but that we're also seen as desirable and like i wish there was a slut narrative that wasn't for the desire of men i think i mean hip hop culture largely influenced me growing up in baltimore like you know just liking what your friends are into and things like that and i think that had positive aspects for sure but then also you know hip hop culture in the nineties also negative aspects. Yeah i mean for sure. I did interesting complex narrative for that period. Yes always like but i also see other routes that i could have gone based on like people around me and i'm like okay. Well i'm glad they went out one instead of another way So it's you know it's it's good and bad but the point is now as as we become adults or we are adults we question that shit and then we you know. Try to affect of how we're gonna influence future generations. I think we talked a lot about now. Like actually no. Maybe i talk about this with my partner. But how like well fuck at least gen-x gave us gen z. They're just they. Just keep getting it right like that's like the one. Is it. been like that. The the next generation is better like it keeps happening that way. But they're just killing it kinda no i want to. I want to My brain wants to pick apart that my brain. What's wonderful let that slide. But but i'm going to continue to have because the much deeper longer conversation. I feel like maybe another episode. Yeah i mean. I feel like generation li. It's much more of a back and forth than you're giving credit for their in that statement he but it has some merit but whatever. That's not. I mean niyaz time clear. Gen z area. I would would say that. She's like definitely gen z. Yeah i don't know. I think it says something i mean. I think it's i think it's strange because i think that there's generation questions more. I think every generation questions more but throat. It's interesting watching what the generations grow into hippies became the boomers you know what i mean It's fascinating to see what cultures believe when they're in their twenty s versus when they're in their sixties the way that they kind of become their the the generation that they rallied against me and it gets it mean as someone. That's always looking for everything going wrong. Like it's always upsetting. You know what. I mean because it's like you you endlessly become the thing you hate what i mean like you. You're constantly becoming living long enough to become the villain to put it in comic book. Terms fares in this is what we're done. Yes we wolf. God punch me get me out of my brain and that combo the let's jump into the interview. What else is going on. How are you. i'm hungry I came over here after i worked out. So that's what's on. My mind is not dramatic Probably lots of things politics and all that shit. I know i'm anxious family stuff. Yeah yeah okay are you okay. I'm hungry else right now. We will get some lunch and we will talk about our love as it is represented in film. Or if it's not it's doing better. We can all agree or at least moving forward direction. Oh i don't know about the. I think.