35 Burst results for "Narration"

What Prompted Laura Klassen to Make Her New Pro-Life Animated Film?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:15 min | Last month

What Prompted Laura Klassen to Make Her New Pro-Life Animated Film?

"This is a special show today, Friday October 28th, where I want to get the word out about what is happening Monday at 8 p.m.. That's October 31st reformation day to get the word out about a video that has been made. It's a short video. It's a powerful video. It's not sensationalistic. That's what makes it the more horrifying is it's a very simple step by step narration of what happened. So we've been talking to our friend Kevin sorbo, who's the voice of the narrator on this, but we wanted the woman who made the video to come on and we have right now. Laura Klaus and welcome to this program. Hi, thank you so much. Thanks for having me. Well, listen, I am just so thrilled to see this happening. I knew it was only a matter of time when the truth begins to get out, things are going to change, hearts and minds are going to change. What prompted you, Laura, to make this extraordinary video? Well, I run an anti abortion organization and I'm often very frustrated just by the fact that people won't address abortion for what it actually is. And so I thought, well, let's just show it. And that's what prompted the whole thing.

Laura Klaus Kevin Sorbo Laura
"narration" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:06 min | 3 months ago

"narration" Discussed on WTOP

"9 one, you're listening to WTO pneumonias. It's four 52 former president Barack Obama has won an Emmy Award. Barack Obama's work on the Netflix documentary series, our great national parks has earned him an Emmy for best narrator, the creative arts Emmys were handed out Saturday in Los Angeles, Obama is the second president to win an Emmy after Dwight Eisenhower was given a special award in 1956. The late Chadwick Boseman also won for outstanding character voice-over for the animated show what if it was one of his last projects before he died in 2020. I'm Archie's arolla. And in D.C. metro's new general manager, Randy Clark wants to take a closer look at fair prices. Clark says the metro system is the most complex fare structure on the planet. I mean, it's a challenging system because it was built to do two things at the same time. Trying to be a commune rail operation and a city subway operation. Clark speaking to the Northern Virginia transportation commission, says changes in fairs are a discussion. We're going to work with the board and I'll tell you the board. We'll have to make decisions around service and fair. He says no matter what options are chosen, how metro is funded will have to be different than pre-pandemic. Nowhere in America the transit fare box recovery is ever going to be what it was pre COVID. So we have to figure out if that's the case. How are we funding the system? Meanwhile, metros was pushed to replace problematic escalators will close down a station entrance starting Tuesday. The north entrance of the Silver Spring station between east west highway and second avenue is set to close down for the escalator work. That entrance is expected to stay closed for about four months. The south entrance closest to silver springs transit center will remain open. Work on the south escalators will begin after work on the north entrance wraps up, but the south entrance work will not close down that entrance. It's all part of metro's ongoing project to replace a 130 escalators across the system by 2028. John Aaron WTO P news. Grocery shopping can be a budget buster, but don't fret we

Barack Obama creative arts Emmys Emmy Chadwick Boseman Randy Clark Northern Virginia transportati Emmy Award Dwight Eisenhower Clark WTO Netflix Archie Los Angeles D.C. silver springs transit center Silver Spring America John Aaron
"narration" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:17 min | 3 months ago

"narration" Discussed on WTOP

"WTO near us. It's two 51 former president Barack Obama has won an Emmy Award. Barack Obama's work on the Netflix documentary series, our great national parks has earned him an Emmy for best narrator, the creative arts Emmys were handed out Saturday in Los Angeles, Obama is the second president to win an Emmy after Dwight Eisenhower was given a special award in 1956. The late Chadwick Boseman also won for outstanding character voice-over for the animated show what if it was one of his last projects before he died in 2020. I'm Archie's arolla. And in D.C. metro's new general manager Randy Clark wants to take a closer look at fair prices. Clark says the metro system is the most complex fare structure on the planet. I mean, it's a challenging system because it was built to do two things at the same time. Trying to be a commuter rail operation and a city subway operation. Clark speaking to the Northern Virginia transportation commission, says changes in fairs are a discussion. We're going to work with the board and ultimately the board will have to make decisions around service and fair. He says no matter what options are chosen, how metro is funded will have to be different than pre-pandemic. Nowhere in America the transit fare box recovery is ever going to be when it was pre COVID. So we have to figure out if that's the case. How are we funding the system? Meanwhile, metros pushed to replace problematic escalators will close down a station entrance starting Tuesday. The north entrance of the Silver Spring station between east west highway and second avenue is set to close down for the escalator work. That entrance is expected to stay closed for about four months. The south entrance closest to silver springs transit center will remain open. Work on the south escalators will begin after work on the north entrance wraps up, but the south entrance work will not close down that entrance. It's all part of metro's ongoing project to replace a 130 escalators across the system by 2028. John Aaron WTO P news. Also Tuesday the 5 orange line stations that were closed throughout the summer are set to reopen. There are new Carrollton landover Chevrolet, dean wood in Minnesota avenue stations. Grocery shopping can be a budget buster, but don't fret, we're here to give

Barack Obama creative arts Emmys Emmy Chadwick Boseman Randy Clark Northern Virginia transportati Emmy Award Dwight Eisenhower Clark WTO Netflix Archie Los Angeles D.C. silver springs transit center Silver Spring America John Aaron dean wood Carrollton
"narration" Discussed on 99 problems

99 problems

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"narration" Discussed on 99 problems

"Negligent startups in a need to grow share in a couture with the Java vision on startup genome. You have to do Slovenia to the mammoths for all your Google curves. And you did so quite almost talking to them. And in virtual worship all the kinds that they could put people to put it into slovenes and emerging autonomous. Issues with to nil of zero soil perspective of put the institute. Welcome to the club. We are in the North Korea set is an immigrant from the screen. Vetch in bold pogliano published a solution in a breastplate and shoulders of la Garth, we're going to get. That same. Accelerator was a lot of new south central ventures, phenotypes, and blues programmer. It was none in east cushion. For sushi the 99 problems sizable narration Samuel cebe, lip was drowned..

Slovenia la Garth Google North Korea Samuel cebe
"narration" Discussed on Was jetzt?

Was jetzt?

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"narration" Discussed on Was jetzt?

"They couldn't on become by yet team. Narration podcast on site. Online tactics mayans in october myth. Retell outta on this team in debate. Biton live in passer on there now for an ami lateral in heavy past. Maybe in it's been cost innovation. Good morton not in afghanistan. Debacle haven't fa- tidings minister minister not all noyer sealer. I'm bad on the fish. Sagging angle for funhouse social the planet after up shrikant. Those lands the top on wisdom scooter and did not too often ryan symbolic tut onto spiel him. Not to help quantify district moscow vice alon will hook on your side sonata..

Biton morton afghanistan ryan alon will moscow
A highlight from In the Rear-View Mirror

Does This Happen to You

02:24 min | 1 year ago

A highlight from In the Rear-View Mirror

"I've only ever owned one car. She was my first grownup purchase. After graduation it became quickly evident. That the scooter. I'd used zip around campus. Wasn't going to cut it on the streets of seattle. My dad helped me find her on e. bay. She was a used. Two thousand two hyundai santa fe with skin peppered and dense. She'd previously been involved in a rollover situation but her guts were unharmed while her previous owner wasn't thrilled at the thought of hanging onto an imperfect vehicle. I was poor and open to the idea. She costs seven thousand dollars. It was a fortune. Then let's be honest also now but she seemed worth it as she was sturdy. Safe and even trendy. If you squinted your eyes and allowed for creative liberties. I was bigger than still swollen with the possibilities of the lives. I might lead a wealthy novelist a stylish professor or quirky artist a journalist and actor or maybe a movie director but most of all a dancer. Fuck i wanted to be a dancer so badly in made my stomach hurt if i reflected on it too long as i couldn't possibly want something that much and not get it. I was certain everything would work out. I drove the santa fe. Too many exotic locations my retail jobs. My performing jobs might teaching jobs. My dance students thought she was cool. And everyone knows high-schoolers get to decide these things. I started a dance company. I piled costumes props and dancers into the santa fe and drove them to every show. I could book. my friends. were beginning to quit dance. Giving up the old dream for husbands and office jobs. I decided to be better than that. I was going to dance forever. I was probably going to drive the santa fe forever because there was no way i'd ever afford another car on what i was making foreshadowing. I hold onto

Comedy Humor Audiobooks Narration Stories Funnystories Hyundai Seattle Santa Santa Fe
Chris "Mr. Reagan" Kohls on the Video That Catapulted Him to Youtube Stardom

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Chris "Mr. Reagan" Kohls on the Video That Catapulted Him to Youtube Stardom

"Video that catapulted you to youtube star. Let's talk about that a little bit. So explain your infamous. Ao see video. Yeah that was an interesting time was it. I the gillette raises a was. It was the gillette razors. Yeah the first video. That i did that. I got my channel attention. Was this gillette parody right you. You remember the gillette. They were essentially saying like. Don't be a manner horrible. Don't be so toxic. Be a better person and they had some racial stuff in there. Like all the bad guys and the video were white and then they're like black friends would stop them from hitting on a girl or something like that if they were the hero guy you know it was just such a leftist dream commercial and but the dialogue in the in the video and the ad. The voice over narration was was very left wing. It was the way that they talk about things. They don't want to expose their real intentions. They want to try to convince you to be better because they know that you're not good enough as a man you know and so i just took that you know that voice over took the ad mostly as it is. There was a couple of cuts in their. But and i did my own voice over which moore obviously in clearly stated what their intention was which was to say like men are terrible. You shouldn't be you shouldn't be a man. Every man should transition. I didn't say that. I made it clear what they were saying. In simple terms and that just by itself was funny and people really resonated with you know well over a million views and the only issue with that was i wasn't in the video is just my voice and nobody knew who i was note knew what i looked like so mike channel had gotten some exposure. But i hadn't

Gillette Youtube Moore Mike Channel
"narration" Discussed on The ADNA presents: Know Your Narrator

The ADNA presents: Know Your Narrator

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"narration" Discussed on The ADNA presents: Know Your Narrator

"The audio description network alliance for so happy to have another no your narrator episode with melissa expert. Thanks so much for joining us melissa. She is uh voiceover performer. Voiceover talent voiceover actor and an audio description narrator. Thanks for joining us. Well thanks for having me ryan. I'm thrilled to be here. I could hear it yes. Let's get into it. What you love about audio description you know. I've been narrating and doing voice over work for twenty five thirty years. Every job is different. Every type of narration is different. What i found though from the moment i started doing audio description is it's like the narrative part of an audio book. The whole less is more kind of thing i find. I don't actually do anything. it's just. I'm in the scene and it draws me in the the sound design draws me in everything about the shore. The film just draws me in. I just kind of go with the flow. It's almost like when i'm finished. I'm coming out of days in a way. I don't know if i'm explaining this right. But you're in the flow. Yeah yeah it just immediately from your first job. I did it just. It just threw me in that way. The closest thing. I can like an a two is the narrative part of a of an audiobook scoop back to what you said about the the lesson more. When you're when you're not doing anything. I can only imagine the that's coming from the the twenty five years thirty years of experience that you've had in voiceover i i'm hearing you say that you go with the flow and you're you're in the moment as well as Doing less as more can you. Can you help explain to someone who might not be a performer. Or an actor. Would you are bringing. That is less like what is that less. Could you define that. I don't know if i really can. I do a lot of corporate movies. For instance and it's kind of this is who we are. This is what we do type of thing in the corporate realm. So you're not over projecting or doing anything like that but you are telling the story of the corporation in affirmative way. I don't. I don't know if i'm describing this correctly. I also narrate documentaries and that's different because you are linking different parts of the story. You're not drawing attention to yourself. But you are providing linkage between different parts of the story with description i find. It's even less than that as far as not drawing attention to yourself. It's if i'm watching something with description. And i have to tell you since i started doing this everything i watch i have the track on. I love it. If i'm noticing the narrator the narrator isn't doing a good job with the best narration i can't even tell you who narrated it or what. Their style was or anything about it. All i know is i've captured all of this information that i otherwise wouldn't have captured what i'm hearing. Is that as both a performer of audio description narration as well as in audience watching a show with audio description. The there is this immersive experience..

audio description network alli melissa ryan
"narration" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"narration" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"You know you just kind of wish that kind of intelligence on wait wait. A good kind of weight would carry over the movie. But it's it's kind of a bad kind of the. The film feels like a pretty heavy meal. That is still not nutritious. That's the opening. I feel like it was influenced by the the version of bladerunner with the narration. Sleepy harrison ford narration Rather than the other cuts i mean. It definitely has a it's a little. It's a little like Sand in the hourglass were the days of our lives in in terms of of theme. But it's also little All these moments will be lost like tears in rain. This memories are perfect. I don't even think that's even true. You've perfect i. Don't you know the members don't hot the passes in hot us everything we hot it. I guess i'm not sure what what that metaphor means or what. You're trying to get out there. But i think that the reason that the story feels that way the the sense that there are more interesting stories going on elsewhere. Is that the fine details in this movie are really interesting. I kinda love it. You find out. Sort of in passing that newton jackman business helping people remember things. I wanna say we can remember for you wholesale..

ford newton jackman
"narration" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"narration" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Regeneration narration, not rehabilitated is not rehabilitation is re to regenerate to regenerate this to bring back to life, something that has been lost. Okay, And it's a process And as a matter of fact, when you're walking with the Lord, you're constantly regenerating. Well, um Wow, I I could just listen to you for on and on. You could go on for another 10 15 minutes half an hour, But we don't have that time to do that right now. But you really have brought us through where a change really did occur. And the change was not only, uh, physical in the secular realm. But it also was a spiritual change. And according to what you're trying to say, is that you had you experienced a regeneration power that was higher than you. And that for you, that was Jesus absolutely do it. And that's the difference maker. That's what I say is the difference make, you know you see individuals that come in and there is no Christ. In your heart. It is impossible to be able to overcome in my consideration in my experience and what I have seen and believe me, I have studied I mean, and I went to college because I wanted to know. What this was all about. Well, Alex, I'm only gonna stop you a moment because we're going to take a break. And then we're going to come back on the other side of the break, and you're going to tell us more about what God has really done in your life and how you're helping hundreds of more men. That are coming into our program and bringing them through their crisis as they now are learning that regeneration power, so we'll be back in just a moment. With more of Alex. Shabby on old story. Don't touch that dial. You are.

Alex Jesus 10 15 minutes Christ half an hour hundreds God more
Why Do We Need a Black 'Wonder Years'?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:43 min | 1 year ago

Why Do We Need a Black 'Wonder Years'?

"The way, I just saw the commercial for the fucking black one to years. That's produced by Don Cheadle. It ain't enough. It ain't enough that we had white Kevin Arnold in the 1D is one of the literally my favorite show outside of like the classics all in the family and Sanford and et cetera mesh. But the wonder years. In the 80s, it was the one that reasons why I wanted to become a writer. That narration. That narration of a youthful stories. Well, what do you think I'm doing now, guys? What do you think I'm doing now? I'm doing what Bob Saget did and what got into my head in the 80s watching a young Kevin Arnold. And the fictitious neighborhood that really was Long Island. That's a whole story for another day because the creator was a Long Island guy, et cetera, et cetera and blah blah blah. But anyway, here we are. I'm doing that now. It's amazing what you can pick up. So maybe some black kid will see the black one the years. Produced by Don Cheadle and he'll think, well, I can do that too, and, you know, it could be great, but I Jesus Christ. Don't we already, don't they have their black? Don't they have everybody hates Chris? Isn't that the black one do you use? Why do we need this other show now? Can the placating stop can the ass kissing stop black people have their own everything? Their own network, their own fucking month. They're on awards shows. If we did that as white people, it'd be a high crime. But hey, black guys, yeah, go ahead, make a black mash, make a black 1D. It's actually very embarrassing. If I was a black dude, I'd say, man, we are so creative. We don't need to do over white shows.

Kevin Arnold Don Cheadle Long Island Bob Saget Sanford Chris
"narration" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"narration" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"So kevin and i watched the trailer at the same time and we're messing each other because in the trailer and i don't think actually is in the movie at all but the narrator is like this is the future just found that moment so stupid. Because i'm like no. This is your present. this is our future like. I don't know that this is the future because for you this okay already. I have problems. I have two seconds into this trailer. I will say i. I know vague stuff about more for sure. I knew about the brain slugs and everything i also know that one of the characters gets permanently turned into a specific type of animal. Because of the log store. Rodrick or something like that One of my friends is accessible at amores and texts like a multilayered paragraph about something dealing with this. I was more of a band which is another homeless. And i ended up getting into talking about anamour ever world court. You're missing out on kevin. Whatever world randomly unlike a thursday one day we will do the k. applegate podcast. This is unfortunately not that. I think that would have been a little more entertaining. Now we're still going to have a good time because there's a lot to talk about in this movie and so let's let's get into it. Look we talked about the narration right and thankfully there is no future it actually starts being narrated by someone not the main character describing the fact that like earth is at peace of that. It's very like morgan freeman right. I think it's doctor. That appears like two minutes from now. I think it's the same The voices sounded. Maybe the same. It's meant to be like morgan freeman. Ask which is probably racist No because then actor. I'm pretty sure it is that actor who has appeared in why arrow he's appeared in Resident evil. he's a pretty well known actor in that area. He has a very subsequently voice. I guess i don't know he doesn't have a good voice. But like i wrote it down alien by the way. Oh yes please read it. Because already i think by team million is supported in its opening narration yet so the earth is at peace there is no hunger. There is no violence. The environment has healed honesty. Courtesy and kindness or practiced by all and our world has.

kevin Rodrick morgan freeman applegate
"narration" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"narration" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

"Of an and jackie energy if that makes sense pining lots of nineties. Tv sure maybe. She's like a nerdy and jackie. Yeah exactly I'm tara this was this was fine. I loved her parasol. Boys you know it was funny And i thought she had good faces. But it wasn't it wasn't my top two I know that i'm biased. With trinity i will say when trinity. When i first watched trinity. I was like wow trinity. Should go home. And then the second time. I watch and i was like you know what he was pretty clever that she took this cat. Character made her queen of the catwalk. And i did think the idea was really good. I also feel like the first time. I watched it. I was like oh. I could see this not working. Narration is like slightly flat Yeah there was one part. Where as she was doing her narration. Yes yes when trinity goes like oh what what. I don't wanna be preached at showbiz.

jackie tara
A highlight from Three Signs You Shouldn't Buy Whatever Someone is Selling

Does This Happen to You

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

A highlight from Three Signs You Shouldn't Buy Whatever Someone is Selling

"But lucas was baffled. It seems he didn't consider that there were others like him out there. But with more data driven sales pitches he stammered. Yep but What i do can't be summed up in a single number. It's complex because i look at the whole picture that's a little vague lucas and we hard lucas. The marketing ninja our investment would probably have vaporized thankfully his pitch fit a pattern that made it quick and easy to rule out. Still people often get fooled by others. Self-confidence it's hard to be the only person in the room thinking. I'll be the judge of that and if you're not a subject matter expert it can be even harder to spot baloney but when you're about to be

Comedy Humor Audiobooks Narration Stories Funnystories Lucas
"narration" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"narration" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"Nineteen ten going back to nineteen fifty four. The indians or the poster. Boys this is fifty. Four indians had the best winning percentage of all time. They won eleven and forty three. Never in that you're in that period. The only played one hundred fifty four games. Not one sixty two. They won one hundred eleven games. The yankees one hundred three and indians wanted by a beaten by games and the yankees have won five championships in a row. And then the indians a huge favourite in world. Suit huge got swept by the giants. And that's the famous as catching game. Once we kinda with that team you almost have to came up with nine others and in the process of that you gotta get people on you. Know some teams. it's a little more problematical. How many people are alive from the fifty four innings where the answer is no nobody. You gotta be a little bit more creative than who to talk about with the you. Get the sound you get play by play you get you know some You know a newsreel from that period but you gotta get some guests so we've done a very very good job with. I think we did about twenty five. Twenty six interviews. So we've done a very good job with the gas got silverman put it all together. We released five of them I have to do one more. Narration of another one But ten and totally twins about forty five minutes to lot. It's a lot of work. It's a lot long You know the we did to the teams which we didn't want to do but you have to put the ninety five indians in there. They were one hundred and forty four and our team that beat by the braves. So that team we got hargrove and told me so you did told me. And hargrove's got good stuff out of those two about how they lost to atlanta. Did the sixty five twins not many people alive. We did tony lever. And jim kaat and i used to people sort of as the background sound that this hostage was one and badu she was the other was tremendous..

yankees indians giants silverman hargrove braves tony lever jim kaat atlanta badu
"narration" Discussed on This Is Important

This Is Important

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"narration" Discussed on This Is Important

"Looking plan just like the car. What is what is underneath this chair. The curtains by me cough. Draw this hat this hat with teddy war. Well why don't since you're the producer of this movie did. Why don't you give away Starring role in your movie background featured experts. We'll be done by the time this podcast airs or short sheelah So what get on social right cool. Also dude i. It's in post. They send a photo win you just superimposed their face in the deep background as and then you know. Look look for yourself. Who right if this movie ends up having to have narration to fix plot holes to be i do it they get to do a teddy teddy. That's so that's cool like and then summer came and went and like then it got cold then. This is like three years later. This is what he was like the bad guy. I don't remember what i set aside in my mind to say. I remember being kind of cool and smart but other than that. I guess i'll say a shoutout to atlanta. I'm out of here. I'm headed back to california. Your thank you for having me. What do you mean your round out of here. Yeah well. Here's let's dig deep. Because i i read on variety that that Allowed to talk about it. We're not allowed to talk about. Oh you're not allowed to talk. i am wrapped. I'm leaving on tuesday. And why aren't you allowed to talk about it because it's ingrained rioting. Because that real. Isaac said i can't talk about okay. Our manager said that you can't spill be. Yeah yeah yeah. But i thought i could anyways but other than whatever happened with the production. It was a very fun time in atlanta. And i would love to mac great city. That's tight. Hey oh wait a second but blake. It's a good thing you're coming back because you're specialized e bike is waiting for the shop..

atlanta california Isaac blake
"narration" Discussed on The Global Leadership Summit Podcast

The Global Leadership Summit Podcast

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"narration" Discussed on The Global Leadership Summit Podcast

"Disappear into a digital device and no one knows where we're where we're going. It creates a profound kind of separation anxiety that can really be easily avoided by saying. Let me just look up the directions to grandma's or i'm just getting directions to the lake and now we understand what it is that you're doing so very quickly you'll notice and i hope all of your listeners will notice to you will start having your kids and your spouse. Could you please narrate. Can you please narrate because just such a nice feeling as one of my favorite tools. The really doesn't a lot of times. I don't know if you've experienced this but in meetings so much time is wasted. Because then this like device ping pong so you're going to look at your device second. I don't know why you're doing something and then to keep kind of kill time while you look at your device. I'm going to look at my device to do a little thing and you don't really know what i'm doing but then you get done with your thing before i'm done with my thing but i'm not quite done yet. Just hold on one second okay. I'm going to seek another email. And while you're finishing that up. And i'm done and i just imagined that wastes tons of time in meetings or on date nights or whatever it is that we're up to and the narration thing is. Hey i wonder if there'd be something to add there is like i'm gonna i'm doing. This is what i'm doing and this is how long expected to take because that way the person knows i love that i love. That isn't as as a challenge for yourself. Here's the best form of phone. Narration is when you pick up your phone. And you've given yourself the assignment to narrate and you try to narrate and you realize that you've picked up your phone for absolutely no reason at all in front of somebody that you love and you have nothing to narrate because we're just compulsively touching it. Those funny i am now compulsively touching my phone. Because i don't want to ask about how your mother doing. that's great. i love. I love that. That's fantastic. I cannot wait for your summit talking to give us a little teaser for.

"narration" Discussed on Brewsing Banter

Brewsing Banter

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"narration" Discussed on Brewsing Banter

"You're in the air perspective. Why every city and state got his own feel every counting out his own. Feel and you. Multiple times would ever would different countries who got multiple tribes multiple religions or multiple philosophies of how life should go like. It's bigger. Because i was just i was watching shows that were in italy. And they were different. They were two different perspectives over. Two-dozen it was one with stanley tucci and then there was one with. Ibm's yada anyway. And they were both in italy but they were totally different Aspects of the show having narrated how they interacted with the people so so you can definitely see that definitely do the eyes of whoever is doing the narration and on their vision of what they want reject on a screen so you can take a multiple multitudes of angles so with that being said like if if you had somebody came the day and say we want to make this show right now. What would be the first place around the world. What would be the first place you wanna go a. I'm a high and dry old. Remember when i when. I asked myself that question to robin. The first place in my mind at the beginning was i wanted to go to japan. But that's also my bias of being a nerd lice anime and things of that nature so i always wanted to visit a seat at culture but really chance to look at it and just forgot the artless. Wrote about Blackie crappier not just in the states but also just say i wanna say it. Yeah just have known as africa house. Go that's who might be my first And again i say. The continent is a lot of people..

japan italy Two-dozen stanley tucci one africa house both first place first two different perspectives robin Blackie
"narration" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"narration" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"Like this superhero of superheroes just up and left because he breaks down pretty much when they see this guy not as a villain as a hero after he killed yogurt and he just leave. 'cause he's like okay. What the hell am i here for. you know. this isn't this isn't justice and yeah but half. There's just there's so much to and i like i i said it just holds up like this is literally one of probably six bucks. I come back and re probably annually like i read. I read kingdom come at least once a year like just because it's it's fun it gets me and i don't know it. It makes me want to do better in comics that create better in comics. 'cause i i just remember how powerful this book was you when i first read it. Yeah i don't know it hit me. Hit me a little bit. I mean when you said. I don't have the history still. It was just just the way that everything goes on. And i think it's very interesting. How the whole take of the narration is not from he retained for not from here on hearing from some guy who's being brought through to you know to see these events through the specter which a character i don't really know as my i remember reading the specter. I know him from the cartoons of little bit all right on with them. I see. I'm like i had had a weird love the specter before this book. Even 'cause i was reading. I was reading some kind of odd odd. Like i don't even know if they were essentially what i used to check out from the library all the time and i would just be like alex cool i check it out. One of the cool like kind of things about this is so norman. Mccay like the protagonist of the book like the old man. Preacher who's going throughout all this with the specter is actually based on alex. Ross's dad he. That's that was his model for that character. So you know. He's drawing his father going playing in the playground of the immortals. You know in the comics and whatnot. So it's just it's kinda cool the in that matter to where it's like. Oh man you know. This was kind of a love letter to his dad at the same time. That's really cool. I makes it. It makes it more interesting. Yeah you know it offers a different perspective too but you know and the cool thing was with this. There were several like little spin offs that they did like they did a mini series called the kingdom that focused around several of like the kinda sub stories that they keep referencing It's not it's not drawn by alex. Ross or anything but yeah. I don't know it's kinda neat. You know it..

Ross six bucks first once a year One alex one half at least
Why 'Hunger Ward' Is a Hard Film to Watch

Weekend Edition Saturday

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Why 'Hunger Ward' Is a Hard Film to Watch

"Ward is often very hard to watch. Turns the camera on Children into hospitals in Yemen. They often look and this is difficult to say as well. Skeletal Small ribs burst through their soft flesh, their arms look not much thicker than the tubes that protrude from them. Dr DeVore. The Children are near death. In the midst of Yemen Civil war. Conflict in which is Saudi led coalition with support from the United States, the UK and France. Has blockaded humanitarian supplies. There's no narration to the film. Very few captions. And more than once we look on Children. As they take their last breaths. At one point, Dr Aida out of Sadiq looks into the camera. I don't have it. Magic changed everything. It's not my room. A reward is a nominee, the best documentary short subject category for Tomorrow night's Academy Awards. It is the second Oscar nomination for The director Sky Fitzgerald, whose other films include Lifeboat and 50, ft from Syria. Scott Fitzgerald joins us from Los Angeles. Thanks so much for being with us, Scott. It's an absolute pleasure. Thanks for having me so people you follow in the hospital, the medical personnel Seemed to want to tell the world about their world. Yeah, You know, Scott, One of the things that surprised me the most about during this project was that fact just how we were given complete and almost unadulterated access to every moment. They needed people to know that their own Children were dying for lack of food on Lee by other people, knowing especially sort of the broader World Would it change be possible and

Dr Devore Yemen Dr Aida Sky Fitzgerald Ward Sadiq Saudi Academy Awards France Scott Fitzgerald United States UK Scott Oscar Syria Los Angeles LEE
"narration" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

Mr Barton Maths Podcast

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"narration" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

"This particular solution to general principles. Yes imagine for a second a diagram. I think wrinkles rapids diagram. Remember the like this particular solution and you've got this other particular problem. And how are they connected. Put a big question mark between them. It's you can't connect particular particulars soon generalization. Yes if they're different in any way and they always are so. The south explanation can do as can help you take this particular explanation which you understand connected to general principles which are that applicable to other particulars so That is something. I think about a lot. When i'm writing self explanation prompts that there are chewed distinct purposes. I think i said this at some point ali. I don't remember as long conversation. But i was in quarantine at the time like not not the quarantine that we talk about where it's like. Oh i can't go to restaurants. I call that renewed. I mean i mean we. Kobe positive person in our household so anyway but That's my excuse for not remember but by over. Point is that That's another thing that self explanation prompts can. They can help in the very least. There's two purposes for self explanation prompts. They can help people notice things that would otherwise skip over. They can help connect these particular mathematical symbols solutions to general principles that are generally applicable and That second purpose shouldn't happen right away. I don't think. I think you want to make sure you understand the particulars before you generalize This is interesting so again. I think we may disagree a little bit. He i completely agree with the The types of self explanation. I i to my sheets to be able to generalize so my logic for putting the self explanation prompts in stage. Two narration is because what's coming next stage three which i will read the maths which i got for which i admit from you when you first when you on the show a couple years back. Can you describe to me this. This notion that you want students to read mathematical solutions like they would read a power. Ruffin english off alaska's beautiful. I really liked that. So i have the stage nex. West unions just have a bit of time on their own. Just reading the solution looking at those self explanation prompts but then they have the opportunity to discuss with the person next to them. What the answers to those south facts nation are so i would rather the prompts. That's a focus. Their attention to sat up the discussion as opposed to have the discussion. I followed by the prompts. But again i don't think it matters too much but that's that's my way of. I want to direct attention first so that students can have a more informed discussion as opposed to. I think this proper failing my teaching you have students you to discuss the worked example. Explain it to each other. I think lawsuit struggle with that whereas the self explanation prompts can really guide those discussions that that's my logic anyway. Yeah if i. If i i see that i don't give kids a ton of time to discuss the simple. I moved quickly there that works. It works especially works better with older students. Yes i find out and maybe maybe for younger students. I would be more inclined to use more. Do you notice this prompts. The ones that could guide them through. Yes lincolnshire they notice. Everything in the work is ample. I should be clear. I'm not asking. I usually ask students to continue talking to their partners about the deeper questions. Also yes yes only I agree that those are rich conversational things. I like when kids discuss reasons. And i guess that's that's that's a good time for that and it's a set up to succeed in that process instead of just kind of like. Why do you think this obsolete. So so it's interesting we do have seemingly the same concerns the same pieces but they're just a little bit off kilter. It's yeah. Yeah it's interesting and would you just to kind of wrap up this story. 'cause i'm the i'm fascinating you take on this. So after silent generation read the moths. My next pau is your turn so the related related problem and you may know i construction in a way. That's i buy board or the sheets. Listen to three so you got what example on the left self explanation prompts down the middle and then the related problem the alternate on the right so students can kind of compare and contrast across. But his thing. I've been thinking about a lot recently. Particular with remote teaching at stage five stage five which i call show coal to borrow doklam offs term and this is where essentially i showcase students work. Both students who've made a mistake in the alter that i think's an interesting misconception. An interesting thing to discuss. But also where is the kind of climax at the white example where i will showcase an example of excellence so student who set the. You'll turn out beautifully. Everything's great bible to the visualize or whatever it may be an streams can essentially use that tomorrow by work and crack on with some some practice. Now what's been interesting is that whilst then kind of remote learnings been hounded. Obviously it's been a lot more difficult to see. The students work what they've been doing. You'll turn and obviously there's lots of kind of shed whiteboard platforms that people using white ball data or whether it's google docs google slides people coming up with ways of doing it because a lot more difficult than it is just wandering around in the classroom grabbing a mini white board. And so so what. I've been thinking about with the climax to the words example..

lincolnshire tomorrow Both students second purpose bible three two purposes alaska first unions couple years back english google slides Two narration stage five a south stage three google docs of
"narration" Discussed on Dear Writer

Dear Writer

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"narration" Discussed on Dear Writer

"Starting before they released it and then once they released an different strategies they used and how it helped what ones worked. And what didn't work. Which i found quite interesting There were a lot of helpful episodes that i listened to as i have said before. I don't really listen to them. In order i kind of just look through. The lesson decided. I felt listening to at the time. So they're very jump around from all different different times definitely understandable. Yeah i used to do that with with the creative pan but then i ended up discovering that even the ones that i didn't think that i was going to gel with or like that's not real relevant. Yeah they head pieces in it. That i was actually quite interested so now i'm just doing it all in order but i totally understand jumping around because you know you only have so much time. Yeah and there's so much out there. You never know what you're going to if you're going to like podcast or not right. Yes yes. i've listened to a few episodes couple that i found really helpful where The golden age of independent publishing and also a very some in a similar vein state of independent publishing in twenty twenty. Those are really helpful because they were very relevant talking about right now what self publishing because a lot of resources you find are bit oda or not up to date or you know the so. That was really interesting. And they also were postulating where indie publishing was going to go in the future. And an interesting point that they were making was obviously. We want to self publish. So we know a lot about it but the number of people that are like us actually know that self publishing exists is really small and same with people who buy self published books to like a lot of people don't even realize that their self published or whatever well because it's to such a professional standard these that as a bia- yours get these covers it a professionally. Designed by south publishes so you may not necessarily know the difference between unless you specifically look it up right. Yeah exactly and i guess if you carry on from that. This should a large proportion of the world. One that is even unaware of e books to start with or very limited access to e. books at all so it was sorta about once these people become aware of it. How much room to grow. The field has so. I found that really really interesting. Very thought provoking. Yeah there's definitely a lot of areas in the world. Like i think india is a big one. That's a market. That's supposedly going to grow to an extent. I think without it depends on the specific roles. Yeah yeah it depends on that but yeah this laboring for growth in the future diff- and even my friends and people that i know that still like i'm not so sure about e books or is it still there's not a lot of people that even actively read them that makes me. What are your books. Audiobooks has been growing hugely last little while like personally. I don't listen to audio books. Because i thought i don't like the narration. I find it really hard to john. Whittled the voices although that and saying that in the future sort of one of the that's being exploited as set whether you could select like with development whether you could select specific accent from which might make it more palatable to you yet i find that it alters the way that i like i usually read it differently in so if i'm listening to it i don't take it as seriously. I don't get quite as involved in the book because this narration going on my air. That makes me laugh..

john twenty twenty india south publishes much One couple
A highlight from Why Dogs Kick Dirt in the Air After Pooping

Does This Happen to You

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

A highlight from Why Dogs Kick Dirt in the Air After Pooping

"So yes. Dogs feet have ascent they smell. They don't smell like cheese since they don't wear moist socks but they do smell at least according to bekov who i presume must have buried his nose in dog pause to check what a brave man the source of the odour as bekov snow. Certainly uncovered are so-called inter digital glance tiny organs between a dog's toes that

Comedy Humor Audiobooks Narration Stories Funnystories
Taking Care of Mama after a Baby

3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms

04:50 min | 1 year ago

Taking Care of Mama after a Baby

"No matter how many children you have had their you've adopted or how to surrogate adding another person to your family is an incredible experience and it affects everyone in the household not just for a few days or weeks but in our home we're coming on almost two years with our fourth child which i believe but it feels like we're just really all settling in took a while to integrate the more the more people who are here it took longer to bring forth little one in and my first suggestion is to listen to momma. She knows best. You are the one who will have the inspiration for what you need to take care of yourself and you can get really hard to listen to yourself. I work with a life. Coach named natalie clay and she recommends that you listen to the self chatter. It's kind of a behind the scenes. Talk that narration in your head. That's going on throughout the day. So listening to momma after having a baby is listening to the narrated that you're tying yourself. Are you telling yourself that you or your partner should have specific roles in the postpartum journey. So you might be thinking your head like why. Isn't he getting up in the night. Or why is he getting up in the night. Does he think i can't do this. Are you doing yourself that you should be producing milk or breastfeeding in a certain way Are you telling yourself that your body should be healing a certain rate like. Why isn't my c section scar closing up war. Why am i not wearing jeans with a button on them. You know i. I have more energy to nice. Should be back to my regular life by now type of right. Maybe you're thinking other people are thinking about you a specific way. Typically they're not. My dad always says something. If you knew how little other people were thinking about you you would stop thinking about what they're thinking about you because they're so busy thinking about themselves so true the most humbly thing but i just wanted to give an example. I remembered for my first delivery. So i had my first baby and i was gonna deliver with a midwife and i was going to be so hippie with no epidurals. I'm an all natural mama. And then the baby came and i would never dilate after days of contractions so i got a in and that i still never dilated. And so then they gave me daryl and then babies still wouldn't come out so eventually they rip out with forceps and i was like left with a gaping hole in the bottom of my private and it was a horrible horrible description. I'm sorry i parts but that was also a horrible first delivery and like it was weeks and months of pain. Am i had a family member call in. Invite me to a party in extended family member she said. Oh hey can you bring something. And i was trying to like advocate for myself. You know until. I was like hey i don't know if i feel ready to bring something really something the matter. She was being sincere. And i said will i'm still i'm still healy. And she said from what and she had multiple children and had never had the experience like me so here. I am in a situation where i for. Good reason could stop there and think. Oh she is telling me that. I am being dramatic and that i should still be healing. Will she wasn't doing that right. So not self chatter started right than in my mind but what we can do is we can stop right then and check in with yourself and say hey. What am i telling myself about this situation. Am i allowing myself the time and the ability to have a different experience than someone else. Yes you know what. I think is interesting specifically about childbirth. Is that because so many people have done it and are doing it all the time. Sometimes we can minimize our own experience in. just think. Well all women do this all the time. I should be able to just bounce back. I'm a wimp or we can even do it to each other like well. I've had a baby too. And i didn't take that long to recover and we can sort of start to minimize each other's experience when really we just need to realize that every time this happens it is a miracle and it is a trauma to our bodies and every woman is going to experience it differently and that way we can sort of have our own back and say. It's okay that i'm healing at a slower rate than my friend but that we can also have each other's back and just say you take as much time as you need because this is hard stuff we do as women. It may be that women are doing it every single day. But that is it's hard stuff we're doing every single day as

Natalie Clay Daryl Healy
Apps to Make This Valentine's Day Your Best One Yet

Talking Tech

03:26 min | 1 year ago

Apps to Make This Valentine's Day Your Best One Yet

"Friend and colleague mark saltzman tier and he has some recommendations to have technology. Help solve this. Valentine's day dilemma. Hey jen thanks for having me back on the show so you have a recent column that is appearing on tech dot usa today dot com about valentine's day. What did you find out you know. I know it's a dated expression that there's an app for that but there are so many apps that can help you prep and celebrate valentine's day for this weekend and that includes when you've got a partner already and you just want to spice up the weekend or if you're in search for one so part of the app ground up which we're not going to get to right now is a look at some dating apps like okay. Cupid and what they found with their members that a lot more open to long distance relationships in virtual dating as you might expect to keep up with the times at least to start which which i think is interesting. I wouldn't want to be single during a pandemic. So i feel for those looking for love at the wrong time but the app said i looked at include of course flour so there's a lot of different apps that you can use. Pro flowers for ios and android is one of the more popular because their prices aren't crazy. We all know you pay through the nose for flowers especially around this time of year including delivery and they throw in like a vase or vase depending on where you're listening to this or a pot if you decide to order a plant they throw that in and there's a lot to choose from and you just put in your zip code and they'll tell you how quickly can get teased. May not be too late if you're listening to this before february fourteenth but a good app to your phone anyways because you can be anywhere and within a couple of tops order something to your significant other and it doesn't have to be just valentine's day so pro flowers was one that i recommended acknowledging that we may not be going to restaurants this valentine's day to clink glasses over a restaurant table. You may be ordering in so at least you don't have to cook with services like uber eats and other food delivery services so suggesting to give that one a spin. Your mate may not love getting you know. Pop is or burger king. c may want to look for nicer option not to slam any potential sponsors of talking tech. But you know if you're going to cork some wine you'll you'll you'll even see where the driver is on their way so you can time everything and of course contactless delivery in twenty twenty. One is good. They've got your credit card information on file so they'll just leave it on the step. Notify you when it's available so those were a couple and then one more is to create a sentimental slide show with photo's as as a nice sort of virtual valentine's day card better than something you could buy at retail i'd argue and there are a lot of different apps that will take your photos and videos and auto magically make a slide show for you including narration if you want to add it or a lot music and i'm referring to one actually in the article called quick without the sea so q. u. i k. it's actually owned by gopro and it's a free download for android and it. Lets you select the photos and videos or you can let it do. Its thing and it will create a sentimental slide. Show for you as set to music. There's one hundred and free songs included or you can add your own music if you like and then send it to your a partner or you can do it privately or posted to social media. So that's that's great. Because it does a lot of the heavy lifting for you and exports it in ten eighty quality with sixty frames per second buttery smoothness so those are a couple of apps that i thought were great for valentine's day.

Mark Saltzman Valentine JEN USA Gopro
"narration" Discussed on No Story Is Sacred

No Story Is Sacred

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"narration" Discussed on No Story Is Sacred

"Spec script for a muppet great gatsby. Hell yeah hell yeah. Everyone's muppets but i think nick. Yes yes and. I would like to for grace to play nick The guys and we saw that great scene. I recently saw whatever. Mickey makes with him that. The person in this case was speculating. Tom holland for their imaginary world. Okay wait no doubt. Okay now i see that. And of course having gone so and rizza B. to made up characters that accompany nick the entire time but also provide extra narration. Yes yeah basically. Follow the muppet christmas. Carol pattern and you'll be most of the way there with what we just talked about and breaking in people like you who defended the muppet treasure island. Yeah great movie. Yeah i've never seen it. That has asked as a silver nice but also on amazon someone self published the great gatsby une dead nice good. Oh gosh tore is going to be publishing The chosen and the beautiful which is a payoff of the great gatsby. Only asian american people and do queer people explicitly so as opposed to the people that are already in the book. The aso already. It's been in the public domain as of this recording less than a month. Yeah yeah and already. We are getting some gold. He and i feel like we can add our own pyro to the mix. Yeah excellent joke. Thank you also. it's convenient. We actually ended up having to push back the recording of this because certain economic events happened who Do we want to very very briefly. Brendan brendan briefly place. This episode within historical context. No i meant brendan. I can be brief. If i'm not interrupted fucking pep go for it. Yeah try read. It wasn't fucked up fucked up Was amazing with a game. stock game. Stock came strong. We say gains dunks game stop stocks and really ruined some hedge managers days. And if you want more information that and some great names you can. Google look it up. Although frankly you've probably already heard about it at this point but just imagine tom buchanan somewhere being that pissed off who imagine talking about a hundred and then like a pack of wolves in the eight. They came and tore apart the dreams that we had built at a game. Stop just for the fact that we were borrowing stocks than stelling those stocks and buying those stocks again when they were cheaper and returning who's borrows. Docs how dare the poor's short just like our hope. Just like myrtle there at the end right off all right so we have carte blanche to fucking tear apart this book and make it better than.

Tom holland rizza B. Google amazon Brendan brendan less than a month brendan christmas Mickey tom buchanan eight asian american about a hundred nick Carol
Trump fires nation's top election security official who disputed fraud claims

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

09:05 min | 2 years ago

Trump fires nation's top election security official who disputed fraud claims

"A town were. Disagreement is par for the course. Today there was one thing that almost all of washington could agree on namely that the government's top election security cyber cyber security official. Chris crabs did a great job protecting our democracy and did not deserve to be fired. Chris crabs was dismissed last night via presidential tweet after he repeatedly pushed back on trump's claims of election fraud and after his agency refused white house. Requests to edit or remove informational accurate content which was pushing back against trump's false election claims most notably krebs cybersecurity and infrastructure. Security agency cisa. It's a unit within the department of homeland security last week called the november third election quote the most secure in american history adding that there is no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes changed votes or was in any way compromised and quote democrats today reacted to krebs firing with predictable outrage but notably they were joined by many republicans including some of the president's most ardent defenders in congress to presents variety to the confusion entails. I'm sure i'm not the only one that we'd like. Return to more of a lot on what's normally of course. Well chris krebs is rightfully earning plaudits in an enhanced reputation for a job. Well done and for standing up to this president. This lack of normalcy is likely to continue for the remaining nine weeks left to go in this administration. We all need a way to get through it. So i'm happy to give you one. I'm happy say the joining us now to discuss this story and others is someone who obviously needs no introduction on this show or anywhere else the inestimable. Rachel meadow rachel. It is so great to see you here. I'm going to ask you the first question on behalf of all of your viewers how are you. I am great valley and let me just start by saying how thankful i am to you for doing for stepping in for me on zero notice and doing this at length. You've just been fantastic and my staff loves working with you and you just. I've been watching every night and you guys are doing an amazing job and so i am grateful to you for making it possible for me to be important which is Which has been a trip. But i'm i'm fine. I have continued to test negative through this whole thing. Which means that. I'm getting close to the end of my quarantine period. I will hopefully think potentially be back hosting either tomorrow night or the night after in which case i will have more to say about where i been in what i've been doing and what it's been like. I definitely have some stuff to say about that. And i want to let people know what's been going on but bottom line is i'm grateful to you and i'm finding i will be back in something that looks like your chair pretty said well you come in the time that is needed for you to come and as i remind our viewers all the time This continues to be your staff who put the show together and it has your dna and it's so we're we're glad for that. I want to ask you about this topic. We were just talking about chris. Crabs a man who was responsible for trying to keep at least outside interference and cyber interference out of our election. He told people last week he thought he was going to get fired and then last night in typical fashion. He got fired by tweet for doing his job. The president directly contradicted him saying he was wrong about what he said. This election was not safe. Votes were changed votes that were cast for trump became biden votes and chris. Krebs is now no longer there. What do you make of this. I a couple of things i mean. In terms of krebs himself. I feel like it's worth reflecting. On the fact that i don't know that there is anybody else who has served particularly at a high level in the trump administration who has come out of it not just with an enhanced reputation for having done a job very well and done right by the country and taking something. That was very very difficult. That other people have had a really hard time with and sort of nailing it doing it well but also leaving not just with his badge of honor of being fired by the president for having done his job well leaving without having compromised himself without having bit his tongue without having kowtowed to the president or compromised himself in any way that was trying to either stave off himself being fired or trying not to rock the boat or trying to go along to get along. Which so many good people have fallen prey to because that's the way the president manipulates people gets what he wants and so i think chris crabs is being lauded justifiably by people on all sides of the ideological spectrum and all levels of government for having done a really good job but he also really in some ways stands alone in terms of having done well and done right and not having bent himself to the vagaries of this president. I think that's really important. I will also say the alley. That i think there's an institutional thing to watch out for. Because part of the reason we started talking about crabs potentially being fired last week was when a divisional chief at cisa got fired. Then krebs himself got fired. His deputy also got fired. What's happened is this agency has been decapitated and that has a couple of risks. One is that this is a dozen just work on election security. They are responsible for example for protecting vaccine. Researchers from what appears to be a robust international malign effort to interfere with and steal vaccine data by actors like potentially north korea iran russia That's really important. We reported in recent weeks on hospitals being hit with ransomware attacks russian-speaking gangs from the former soviet union hitting us hospitals in the middle of this pandemic with ransomware attacks and locking their computer systems. That's also with instances remain. We need an agency. That's good at that stuff but also in terms of the election. i mean the there are still being counted. There are recounts happening. there are certification. Tallies that are coming up and people including senators on the intelligence committee have warned that this is one of the times when we are quite vulnerable to disinformation and potentially foreign interference. Somebody might target the understanding of the american people to try to confuse us an upset us and muddied the result of the election now as it is being finalized and finally tabulated and so two houses a plan so well not just to have him ousted but to have all the whole upper echelons of the agency taken out for these reasons at this time is very dangerous for lots of different reasons. And i'm i'm very very uncomfortable with not just what this means for but what the implications are for our national security one of the reasons i would like you back is because rather than doing it myself. I'd like to hear your narration of this legal clown car. That is driving around the united states stopping michigan last night with the board of canvassers in wayne. County not agreeing to certify detroit's election results than fifteen million three hours later after getting pressure decided to do so. Rudy giuliani walking into a court. Case after twenty eight years Walk into a courtroom in philadelphia not really understanding the law very well. Republicans putting pressure on the secretary of state of georgia. It is a bit of a clown car but they are doing stuff to stop this election from being certified and to stop the administration from taking the reins and getting their transition moving. Yeah that's right. And i think you had really interesting conversation. Stacey abrams about this earlier in the hour alley. And i. I think that one thing. That's that's interesting that we can see at work is what you were talking about with her about the secretary of state and georgia the republican secretary of state who's absolutely been involved in contentious voting rights disputes with voting rights advocates like abrahams with democrats in georgia but his emerging here as a sort of normal republican and not a trump republican in the sense that he's not exactly a champion of voting rights in georgia georgia's had all these troubles but he's also not willing to go along with the insanity of the trump republican claims that the georgia election should be thrown out because of some magic dust that they've imagined they can cast over those election results so i do think that this is accelerating in some small ways with republican elections officials whether it's local commissioners in pennsylvania or the secretary of state in georgia or other people who are just sort of you know regular elected officials who are responsible for election integrity finding themselves affronted by the president and his legal team are trying to do in a way that i think maybe is giving us a little bit of a peak had a post trump republican party or at least where the schism might be between trump and and republicanism as we move forward.

Chris Crabs Krebs Donald Trump Chris Krebs Rachel Meadow Rachel Trump Administration Department Of Homeland Securit Chris White House Confusion Washington Congress Biden Cisa Georgia North Korea
Political Demonization is Solvable (again)

Solvable

05:43 min | 2 years ago

Political Demonization is Solvable (again)

"A few years ago identified what you felt to be very deep problem in your country. can you describe what it is and how did you I recognize it? So actually goes back to well by data I nearly. Ninety, two there was a vote on Switzerland joining or not joining European commercial area or economic European. Economic. The and the Swiss refused that, and that was actually the starting point of an. Incredible career of a party called the Swiss People's Party. Here which is which happened to turn from really Conservative Party into a rather writing populist parties well and Chris blowhole. He's the leader, the the well-known like personality of this party. There's a saying that he get has tailor made suits, but which actually don't really faith on the shoulder. So he would pretend to be one of you know the people but actually a billionaire, he's super-rich one of the richest people in Switzerland. He runs this party anti finances this party mostly, and so that was basically the start of this career of the party. So the problem you identified is the problem. Of Swiss, populism you identified a particular event and it was the referendum on mass migration. Can you explain would what's the significance of referendums in Switzerland and why this one in particular effective the NFL pay came up with a will be called an popular initiative, which is a therapy democratic proposal to the Swiss people that we voted on, and that means that you a needs to collect one hundred, thousand signatures at on a specific hem nego text, which thin if it is accepted is being introduced into our Constitution. So such as some law, you know it's changing. Our Constitution. So the writing populist as well as other parties misused the tool today as a marketing tool for issues they come up with this at just right before elections. So they can compaign on a specific issue, but originally disrupt was given to minorities which would never be represented in parliament and through this initiative, they could introduce law and come up with issues which matter to them, and so that particular event was in February two, thousand fourteen voted on the so-called mass immigration initiative already from the name, you can see that it comes up, it brings up a certain framing and yes, pay wanted to. Limit the number of people coming to Switzerland in the free movement of people agreements that we have with the European Union Switzerland is not member of the your opinion, but we have but a treatise and visit they're just too many people come to Switzerland every year and they one. Yeah. By really close marching of fifty point three percent it was only twenty thousand votes which made a difference, and so you said to yourself, how do we stop this and then you went through a process of trying to think how how do we push back against this kind of language get the thing was we didn't actually. Themselves, in the country that we grew up in because we we saw Switzerland as a you know cosmopolitan international country, a open and so on and we nobody expected this to happen. It was like our brexit moment. You know we said, okay, that's not the country that we want to live in. We want to change this. We won't have a brighter future and the brighter vision for what Switzerland's can be, but the populist argument had already infected all the other parties in other words everybody began saying in Switzerland well, actually maybe it's true. Maybe they're too many people here. Maybe we need stronger borders maybe we need greater sovereignty. So how do you? How do you push back against that kind of? This change of social mood. Basically, what will be so is that we want to promote. Switzerland regarding the future we said Switzerland is the land of Opportunity of the twenty first century. We're not the kind of open air museum where nothing should ever change and that's also the country wants to live in in two thousand fifty. We've actually looking forward to the two thousand fifteen so in so you began reframing. The conversation but actually use you said to me earlier you you thought I about creating a political party and then you decided that wasn't the way to go. Right. So for us I mean, of course, we're super disappointed about all the other party if it just overtook the narration of the hoppy of there are too many people in our trains too many people renting apartments here I thought okay, we have to. Make a new party because we don't cannot identify with any other. We don't have a political home. But then we realized that the Indus was political system. It doesn't make sense to create a new party, but instead, we decided to create an over partisan movement. Actually goes against this tendency of polarization, but we wanted to unite the progressive liberal minds in this country, and also we wanted to link US somehow back to the tradition of eighteen, forty eight, which is the foundation of the liberal state of Switzerland, and we we introduced ourselves with our manifesto as children of eighteen, forty eight. So trying to link these liberal ideas back to the past. So they're part of Swiss history and they don't seem like some kind of foreign import no absolutely and even more it was a vedic patriotic but emancipated. Patriotic Understanding of where we come from the founding fathers of our country for deliverables in eighteen, forty eight, and we totally identified with their mindset of what it means to be a modern Switzerland.

Switzerland Swiss People's Party European Union Switzerland Conservative Party Chris Blowhole United States Air Museum NFL
Where do words comes from? Find out in Washington, DC’s newly opened Planet Word museum

Consider This from NPR

03:10 min | 2 years ago

Where do words comes from? Find out in Washington, DC’s newly opened Planet Word museum

"The. Much anticipated planet word. Open today in. DC. Yes. Yes. Back in twenty seventeen DC mayor Muriel Bowser, and a team of advisers picks philanthropist and Friedman to restore the historic Franklin school building a gorgeous building. By the way, millions of dollars have gone into restoring the national historic landmark much of it. Friedman's own money to create a place where people can explore are evolving language. Now, that restoration didn't happen without a couple of shall we call them hiccups along the way city officials halted construction for quite some time after discovering. That the project's developer violated DC's strict historic preservation rules but all of that is wrapped up now in the museum is officially open to the public WMU senior editor gay. Bullard got an early look at the museum and he's here to take us on a little tour as you turn off K.. Street and walk into the courtyard of planet word you're showered in language. There's an art exhibit in which Willow Tree made of speakers plays a mix of languages from around the world. Inside the historic Franklin school building has been given a thirty five, million dollar restoration the preserved stare tiling wainscoting and a few other flourishes Nantou the building century and a half of life. But the displays are exceedingly high tech I up a twenty foot high wall of carved words brought to life through powerful projectors and narration. The tells the history of the English language. The exhibit invites you to say a word from the wall like smog or sport to get a quick etymology lessons on. Board. Shorts. Burns over. In the next room, a giant globe of lights is surrounded by screens each with a friendly face of person who will teach you about their spoken or signed language. I tapped on Venezuela and got to try a regional tongue twister. And? Eric Kahn. Areas Cigar. A Nice in the gallery on humor, you can play word games or help and artificial intelligence right captions for new. Yorker. Cartoons according to my analysis. This caption about cannibalism mine database says that cannibalism is usually very serious, but sometimes, it can be funny to take something serious and pretend it is not serious. This is called dark humor in the library. Visitors can grab a book from the Shelf, set it on a table and be treated to an animation and narration explaining something about the text the technology can be dazzling but museum founder and Friedman says, it's in service of a larger purpose to reinvigorate excitement for literacy maybe with technology and with sort of the wow factor, we could make books and words and language sort of. Them and. With their imaginations captured visitors will think more about language for now the museum is working on virtual events for those who can't make an in person for those who can plan at word is open four free but you'll need to preregister for a time to get in admission is limited to twenty five people per hour.

Friedman Franklin School Building DC Muriel Bowser Bullard WMU Willow Tree Eric Kahn Venezuela Founder Senior Editor Developer
A Look at Jennie Livingston's 1990 documentary Paris is Burning

Queer as Fact

06:03 min | 2 years ago

A Look at Jennie Livingston's 1990 documentary Paris is Burning

"Hello and welcome to Queer as fiction we talk about Queer historical media I'm Jason and I may lie and today we're talking about Jenny. Livingston's nineteen ninety. Documentary. Paris's Bang. Before we start, we have a few called him warnings to this episode. This episode contains mentions of Racism Transphobia Homophobia the AIDS epidemic murder and family rejection. It also contains the use of outdated language surefooted by Queer people on people, call it in courts. If any of that sounds like something, you don't want to listen to please feel free to check out one of. Our other episodes. So I wanted to stop this episode by explaining what is Paris's banning because I feel like a lot of listeners probably a pretty good understanding of this documentary. Some very young listeners may not have seen it. I said Hanson had you seen it before we researched this ups lot no but I had a pirated version of a hard drive for decades. I love with things and have adhd. reasonable. So I was aware of it but I hadn't actually seen it. Yeah. I think I heard the name but didn't know what it was. So Paris is burning is a documentary about the bowl culture scene of New York in the nineteen eighties prominently featuring the African American and Latin American members of that community many among gay and or trans. It documents how they lives intersect with the Bulls the form, the Bulls tight and contains several interviews, participants, explaining concepts, such shade, realness reading, and legendary woods that may be familiar to a modern audience given how by propagated in popular drag culture. Yeah on TIKTOK. The documentary features no narration and very little dialogue from the interview wide lesbian filmmaker. Jenny. Livingston prominent members of several houses in the scene featured including pepple of Asia during Corey Angie Extravaganza and Willi? Ninja. I'll make a nerd here on pronounce while several of the performance featured in Paris boning. Ambiguously Trans Women and so I'm GonNa to share pronounced where I don't have specific evidence I. Do want to note that pepple of Asia describes himself in the documentary is not being woman not understanding the experience of womanhood and being on In a sex change however, her two thousand and three obituary in the new. York. Times describes her as preferring in pronounce ongoing with that as the more recent source compared to this documentary which was filmed in the eighties. So having talked about what Paris has been is I want to I going to kind of how was made so as described by Academic Lucas, Hildebrand in his twenty thirteen book quit film classics Piracy's Boning, which was a major source when I was researching this episode Livingston was taking a film production class at NEOCON. INVESTI windshield observed three young men voguish in Washington. Square Park after asking what they were doing she was invited to an upcoming bowl and soon thereafter began documenting the scene via black and white photographs and audio interviews which were kind of the mediums in which she worked at the time. She was really documentary filmmaker. This was her first data and she since gone on to make several more films which obviously less notable. Because I don't know what they. Yeah. That's pretty wild. Are they on like queer things. Yeah I, believe her I think there's like Queer Antenna. Seems to many of her films. So yeah, it was only the light of that. She began filming the balls and coming up with the idea of turning these into a documentary. Film took seven years to make in no small pod Judah. The struggles Livingston had funding its production. She initially intended it to be appealing observational documentary just kind of following the lives of the Queen's involved in the same but lacked the funding to shoot the endless hours of footage that would be required for such a production. I'm not really an expert on how documentary films of made. Films something like seventy or eighty hours of footage as it is. So like, wow, that must have been. Lot of what is required for something without the kind of caught away stained. Interesting to think about funding a project like this in like post the iphone world. Because there's like a very like obviously a useless modern. Just, film it like whistle the money going yeah. It's like it's interesting. She talks about the various ways in which the film was funded was funded by a bunch of different organization. Thirteen. Different organizations contributed funding including the baby say. And she stalked interviews about how? It's the late eighties you conscious show someone from the BBC your footage you have to fly someone out from. England oh. Wow. Yeah. My Gosh and show them a physical film real. So is that indicative of a certain level of like promises project was seen to have if she was able to show it to someone like that or did this happen quite routinely it was just logistically difficult Y-. Oh. Yeah. So instead of a purely observational documentary, the earlier interviews that she'd recorded were bought back and more interviews were conducted. Most notably interviews conducted in one thousand, nine, hundred, nine broad sense of narrative to the film by depicting the commercial success of Willi Ninja, as well as the tragic murder of Vance Extravaganza young star in the bowl seen who features prominently throughout the Documentary Livingston has self describes the film making process as followers. Suddenly, the people I filmed worked with me in pop because I represented a chance to speak out to be in front of a camera to show off I, consider Paris burning collaboration on the deepest level, the people who. Are Articulate funny poised while the editor and I made coherent full that we saw the documentary was truly written by the bowl people themselves I use that quite because questions of narrative agency consent and understanding of the nature of the documentaries production became deeply controversial upon the film's release and will form a pot about lighter discussion. But before we get into that, I wanted to do a bit

Paris Livingston Willi Ninja Jenny Murder Asia Bulls Jason Adhd. BBC Hanson Trans Women Square Park New York Bowl York Editor Times Washington
Rihanna apologizes to Muslims for song in fashion show

Eddie and Rocky

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Rihanna apologizes to Muslims for song in fashion show

"Way. Rianna is apologizing after Muslim fans pointed out that a song played during the singer Savage, expensive lingerie fashion show contains a sacred text. The 2017 remix of the song Doom from English producer Cuckoo Chloe played in the background as models strutting on the runway. The song includes a deep narration. Rianna think the Muslim community for pointing out a huge oversight that was unintentionally offensive in her fashion show. The news that legendary

Rianna Cuckoo Chloe Savage Producer
Rihanna apologizes to Muslim community for using song with Islamic scripture in fashion show

Donna and Steve

01:07 min | 2 years ago

Rihanna apologizes to Muslim community for using song with Islamic scripture in fashion show

"Brianna has apologized after receiving backlash for using a song that includes sacred Islamic scripture in it during her savage, expensive E. Lingerie fashion show. It was released on Prime video last week, and this show is done by a London based producer. Name. Kuku, Chloe. And Kuku. Chloe has AH dance song named. It's called Doom and in it. It has some a remix of this narration that has this Islamic scrip shin. I'm not going to play because I don't want to offend anybody now. But anyway, this is sacred scripture, and it is sayings and traditions of the Prophet Mohammed. And it comes over his secondary on Ly to the Karan in terms of text. Text UAL authority, So you know that is she's apologized. She wouldn't ever want to offend anyone. So really, we look back to the artist. You know, she's using this which he doesn't. I mean, the artist might know. What she's using. But I don't know if all of the blame needs to be on Brianna,

Brianna Chloe LY Kuku Karan E. Lingerie London Producer UAL
Faking IAB-compliant downloads

podnews

03:06 min | 2 years ago

Faking IAB-compliant downloads

"Can Be compliant download numbers. The faked Antony Guo thinks. So indeed he's built contraption for about two hundred and ten dollars. Theoretically. Fake thirty thousand downloads a month. If you're really determined and quite technical, he's documented how he did it and how podcast hosts can detect. We've linked to its today from show notes and Dr Newsletter. It's a national podcast day September thirtieth, but it's already September thirtieth in some parts of the world. So bunch of live presentations happening right now, you can watch for free at international PODCAST Day Dot Com Hindenburg is planning a set of free workshops and a forty percent discount for Hindenburg products that's on now and tomorrow the match talk podcast network and founder Jason Bryant will be hosting a fourteen hour. Wa. livestream interviewing and showcasing wrestling podcasters from around the US. College High School in Olympic style of wrestling the drama that is sports entertainment were told a livestream starts at nine. AM central time. Love the podcast you're listening to Daniel J Lewis has added a new feature to my podcast reviews cold, love the podcast and it'll help your listeners give reviews for your podcast linking to the right platform for their device. If you'd like to see an example, thank go to love the podcasts dot com slash news because you. Apple spending money on podcast advertising McClellan I has published list of US podcast advertisers who increase spend the most in August. Apple spent three hundred eleven thousand dollars on advertising according to the company all for that Apple News plus products. The twenty two thousand discover pods awards are open nominations the fourth annual awards fan nominated fan voted without a paywall. We've only got two weeks to nominate your favorites though Pushkin Industries has a nice new website that like you to know another podcast APP in India Kuku FM has a number of podcasts as well as live radio and music and congratulations to the podcast global summit who set a Guinness World Record in August for the largest attendance for virtual podcasting conference. In one week, we're told Guinness, wanted at least five thousand attendees to set the record and they achieved five, thousand and three. Well. And pocano Kaczynski's it's fine to hit from millionaires financial whiz kids about what to do with money. But better the hear from real experience small change money stories from the neighborhood highlights smarts practical and collaborative money skills develops by people living with lower an unstable incomes new from NPR news in Minnesota. Horror Narration podcast creepy is launching their thirty one days of horror series beginning on October. The first series will new chilling tale each day of the month culminating in a special episode on Halloween against more than a million downloads a month we're told,

Antony Guo Apple United States Pocano Kaczynski Guinness NPR College High School Daniel J Lewis Founder Dr Newsletter Jason Bryant Pushkin Industries India Kuku Fm WA. Minnesota
Disability and Diet Culture with Rebekah Taussig

Food Psych

04:04 min | 2 years ago

Disability and Diet Culture with Rebekah Taussig

"So tell me about your relationship with food growing up. Well, I grew up in a family of six kids. I'm the youngest of six kids and the three girls in our family, and some of my earliest memories with food would be sitting around the dinner table. We were always forced to finish everything on our plate that was kind of one of the rules and I was always the last one to leave. It would take me forever because I hated canned fruit and HAM and. I hated actually I really doesn't like a lot of the food that we eat growing up, but I would always be the last wanNA delete the table. So my dad would read a page of a book to me in that I'd have to take another bite in the needed read another page I've had to take another right do that for like an hour and a half so I think my earliest association in. In that sense was less about enjoyment or less about hunger. Neither of those things really factor in it was more like fitting into family structure and that make sense. There's like six of us right and so it was sort of necessity I. think this is our eating time and we ended early tight budget. So Ma made this food for US tonight dad paid burden was like now time to eat. So those are. Really early memories but I think in terms of like developing my larger ideas about eating and how it connected to my body developed a little bit later, surrounding a lot of my mom's ideas about filming entity and what it means to be beautiful and a lot of that was wrapped up in fitness and being really small and being a frail. So she wake up like hearing all of these stories about how tiny. She was in her youth in even as our mother like a lot of stories about her doctors commenting in how thin she was, and she would say all the time. She would say things about how she just doesn't think about food and we would know that she would forget and I say forget in quotes because I'm not really sure what that means to forget to eat that doesn't seem like very human, right? But she would forget to eat and so there was just a lot of obsession or focus on being really small and thin and having people commenting on her body in hurry telling that to US ally and to this day I'm not sure that she's even aware that that's a thing that she did or does it just seem so ingrained in scientists constant stream of narration. So and the youngest and my two older sisters and so I always felt like they kind of fit in line with her desires and expectations or what her girls would be, which is very tiny and small and I too frail and I didn't fit into that and started to notice that right around adolescents like. Middle. School I never forgot to eat like that. We can never going to happen to me I loved always have loved loved loved eating and adolescence I was growing and so I had kind of this an ending appetite and I can remember coming home from school and like I think there was a good month when I would make myself an entire casserole dish of custard and just eat the whole thing and when I got home I was just like that was my tree to end and I was starving when I got home and I would just completely divan so I started to grow quite a bit and I think that was when I started to grow a notice that my Body was just rounder softer than my sisters and then of course, right around that time body, our bodies were attached to male desire. So like you're small, you need to be small and petite and frail to attract male attention, and that was very important. Now, able in, you know the subtle ways that you learn those messages both at home but in every other stories

United States
Advocates For Deaf And Blind Laud Netflix's New Playback Features

All Things Considered

04:32 min | 2 years ago

Advocates For Deaf And Blind Laud Netflix's New Playback Features

"Netflix recently announced it's rolling out a new feature that allows some viewers to stream their favorite shows or films, slower, half speed, say or faster. The feature, which is currently on Ly, available to Android users, adjust voice pitch to make the faster slowed down speed. Sound natural. The idea to criticism from directors like Judd Apatow, who said last fall that platform should leave content as it wass quote intended to be seen. Advocates for the deaf and blind are lauding the new feature, saying It's a win for people who rely on playback options so they can also enjoy the cinematic experience. One of those advocates as ever it bacon. He's a board member of with the National Federation of the Blind, and he joins us from Salt Lake City, Utah. Hello. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me. So for those who who dont know for someone who is blind, How do you watch films or TV shows? So we watch films just like anybody else on Ly. We have what's called audio description. Our audio description narration that's going on while the programming is being viewed. And so basically when there is no dialogue between the actors, a narrator comes on and describes what's happening in the scene and what's happening in the the show. So we have an understanding so like they might describe The set What's happening around us? They might give us some gender information or race information about characters, just overall things that help us. Understand and comprehend what the creators were trying Tio portray to the general public. And so how does this new playback feature assist with the viewing experience? Well, blind individuals. Many of us use a screen reading technology on our computers and our phones. And we have learned and adapted over time to speed that up on a regular basis. We've also been listening to audio books for years as a member of the National Federation of the Blind. I've been listening to audio books from the library for the blind for many years, and we've always been able to speed up that process because we're listening all the time and in our our ears that kind of trained over time to listen at a quicker speed and so allowing us to do the same thing on on on a show. Like a documentary or some type of other content. It really helps the whole lot. When when you're trying Tio consume such great content in mass quantity. And why is it so important? You mentioned that you've been doing this in other platforms. Why's it so important on a streaming platform like Netflix? Well, I think it's very important because I'm going to watched a lot of content just like anybody else. And honestly, I've been listening to so many things all of my life that when I listen at regular speed, sometimes it can sound a little slower than it that it should. And And so I might. My years kind of wanted a little bit more faster as a blind individual. Because that's what I've been used to listening to my computer, listening to my phone listening to audio books, so it's only a natural process that I would want the speed to be a bit faster on the streaming content that I'm viewing on Netflix or other platforms. You know, as I mentioned earlier, there are directors actors who have pushed back saying This playback option distorts their art and the way it was intended to be consumed. How would you respond to them? Well, I would say to to someone like Director Judd Apatow, who is a person who I love the the programs that he's put together, and I've watched several of his films, There is so much information that they have put out in their content. That audio description allows me as a blind individual to comprehend and observe on DH two Having that speed feature. It just allows me to do better understand and better comprehend what they were trying to portray in their creation. I love a lot of Judd Apatow's work and I think if he understood me is a blind individual and how I consume content, he would be applaud this new feature by Netflix

Judd Apatow Netflix National Federation Of The Bli LY TIO Salt Lake City Director Utah