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"norlisk" Discussed on Konsulatet Poddar

Konsulatet Poddar

08:06 min | 10 months ago

"norlisk" Discussed on Konsulatet Poddar

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"norlisk" Discussed on Ac entre nos

Ac entre nos

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"norlisk" Discussed on Ac entre nos

"The guy personas with Unlisted throw a whole butter. Las covina's hoving witness own but ac- Get done in deceased Disease when democrats Throw out hope. It'll us is awoken. Knows that faye the guy personas galas low skit. Any gaston in the llamas but you that in community that so thank you so much. Thank you so much for joining me today Thank you just you know for doing this. It's it's been amazing. And i know that this is gonna be a treat for our listeners to Listen when this episode is out next week. So do you want to say your goodbyes. Any last word but ari when all Yeah signals Crystal biddle the vitas As seen usc chandler to be sodium which has crystal christopher said but they estate. Soya widows Lackey spit okay. accused Channel i on this leo Gave but i if with than than bonnie thought than Middle favorite gate but honest company that the holiness local omonia nine get three samantha was almost mass Big the models will vulnerably who's decio Loved is nada. Yemi dot lookie Canales yoenis the professor analysts Has done nothing. But most was holiness. In west germany. That is Is movable need e no no a magister. The spittle birmingham which have fe. E- win all i knew nuonorman Guinea wacky no Cheese male janos. Sie lay marriage. She's new yorker kamal. Meanwhile thursday not san jose Norlisk with Purpose with me. Know tossing format was local format he will Yet yelich window seat. Cdc though is so in english. I really hope that you guys enjoyed this episode with us. A crystal already left By it if she's listening it really was an honor to have her on the show. And i hope you guys enjoyed it and feel as inspired as i do after this episode. It truly is just so moving and wonderful to see all that. Our new generation of professionals are doing for our communities the black and latino community but more importantly obviously for the younger people in the younger youth that Are the future ray..

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"norlisk" Discussed on Ac entre nos

Ac entre nos

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"norlisk" Discussed on Ac entre nos

"You are truly inspiration. i mean not at all honesty and i think i speak for all of us. that It's amazing it's admiring to see that there's certain individuals like you doing the work out there for for the for the youth and for these young men and women So thank you so much for that am which authorize companion crystal Released gaffey nine minutes. They will be most Igwe acidity Total import demented. you'll meet them in the The seed gay is annoyed. Sade is china the guy persona with the unlisted throw a whole butter loose. Covina's hoving witness on but ac- Get done in this system. Casillas when democrats Throw out hope it'll with us is albuquerque. Knows that faye the guy personas galas low skit. Any gaston essien the llamas. But you that in that so thank you so much. Thank you so much for joining me today Thank you just you know for doing this. It's it's been amazing. And i know that this is gonna be a treat for our listeners to Listen when this episode is out next week so do you want to say your goodbyes. Any last word. But man keeping ari here. When i yes in knows Crystal biddle the vitas Address enosis desk. Chandler needs to be soviet which aggressive christopher said but they estate soya widows Lucky spit okay. accused Channel i on this leo Gave i with than than bonnie thought than Manual favorite gate but under circumventing that the holiness e luck omonia lati- nine get three samantha was so almost mass. Victimology will vulnerably Who decio Lowered ice nahmad. Yemi dot lookie The professor analysts Has done nothing but most holiness in west germany that is. is movable need Bottles a magister. The spill enemy have E- win all. I knew nuonorman Guinea wacky segei Cheese mayo yano says eli marriage. She's new yorker kamal. Meanwhile thusday not san jose Norlisk with Purpose me know tossing. Format was grow close to seem format he will Yet yelich window seat. Cdc though is so in english. I really hope that you guys enjoyed this episode with us..

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"norlisk" Discussed on Ac entre nos

Ac entre nos

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"norlisk" Discussed on Ac entre nos

"Make sure it's clear with the team and then I could disclose yeah me too and I always every time I have the parent in front of me usually during our intake session I actually liked to start with just a teenager and then I bring back the parent to ask any other questions that the teenager might not have had the answer to get a little bit of their feedback and then I tell both of them, how important trust and confidentiality is. because you have to set those andries at least I've discovered at the beginning with the parents like look I don't care if you email me, I don't care if you call me I don't care. If you say I must know what's going on. I'm not disclosing any information to you because some parents are like they're my child their fifteen I should know and I'm like, sorry like if you're going to bring your child to me like I'm not sharing anything with you unless I have permission from your child then sometimes those boundaries are hard for the parents to accept like they don't like it. You know but I tell them that I build the trust with them so that they can At least trust me and tell me what's going on. In. I. Remind Them. Right. The limits of confidentiality Ri- like. Disclosing thoughts of wanting to kill themselves wine to hurt someone else. If there was, you know sexual abuse physical of us. There's an elderly person being of us in the home or a dependent adult than those are reportable or even if a child witnessing islands. I tell them in I repeat throughout. So they don't feel like just pulled the rug under them. Yeah. Yeah. Me Too. Totally are right So the second question what are the signs apparent might need that state their teenager might need to see a mental health provider Croissant lasagna lists, father. POLYANIS's he thought Gay Deakin Kiswah. Bulgarian Assisi. Own Provider this last segment that. There's a lot of signs like some common signs. Are they see unexpected cards on the team on their arms primarily some ticket even be like hidden as well. If receive at Tina's isolated withdrawn from the family and friends if dating made comments out dying if they've been posting concerning pulse on social media. they've been slept engaging in activities. They once enjoyed if the arable and aggressive all of the sudden being really Moody Rick rates have dropped and if they're not logging into virtual classes and just WanNa, sleep I feel like those are some he signs that I see. Okay. Yeah in Spaniel Parallels Kansas. Coach. Him. Lesson Yellow unnecessary thought of it owns that fell is the me decade in. Ele- synthesize level E. L. A. Halloween Spun Media Young Eagles. See is spending seen on woman audio sorghum where their. Public the also another so jealous Qassam. Fundus. see hell the another scale. BAVA CPS Fabio obvious evil see less colleague. On behalf elastic come in the or seen all Sunday golden. Eagles Open. Up The people of America's. Ee Mutri's basis if you stall. SPLENETIC Ab Silkair low subtlest cintas is done You Pedal Abbas Norlisk Chen although media camale annoys stadio So yours consecutive gas scrutinize Leeson No misanthrope Yan story Rod, or strata oil. No second thing goes three. Utterly Syndicate that Coma Soha. Those on Yod Gear Gore. Seek is meet Uncle Gum. Okay. I'll go I'll go noise of Yan EMECO. Me Hook is look at the enemies Require that Gase GonNa kill seconds this expired as soon as he does a you the the Mata with us Blatty God Just to kind of piggyback on her response I was saying that sometimes you know thankfully in in today's era teenagers are starting to speak up and tell their parents when they need help or they'd like to see a professional I. There's so many one of the questions I ask him assessment is a specially with teenagers is have you ever been to therapy before? And what's what's making? You come now and sometimes they're like, oh, I to come I told my mom that I was feeling depressed or I told my dad that You know there's something wrong with them was ingram always irritable, and so they're starting to ask but sometimes I have noticed that the parents either brush it off or maybe they don't really know how to. Deal with the taboo topic, and so they'll of like you know. Oh, you're going to be okay and not really listen So I guess my advice would be to listen to your kids like listen to what they're doing. If they're more affordable if they're angry, they're crying over little sayings or things like that are acting out letting him know like Hey I'm here for you and if you can't talk to me, we can find someone that you can talk to sometimes just presenting that to them gives them that like opens that door for them to be like okay. Hey, mom like can we find someone for? You for me to talk to I would like that, and so it can open the door of that topic for sure..

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"norlisk" Discussed on Espa?ol con Juan

Espa?ol con Juan

09:08 min | 1 year ago

"norlisk" Discussed on Espa?ol con Juan

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"norlisk" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:40 min | 3 years ago

"norlisk" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From the apollo that you know james brown paid for his school for example right and it's not just about the celebrities is really the journey between the non mus people in the community that it made it very visible make the harlem that we people come from all over the world and there's some magic and mystique yes we have institutions like the studio museum and schaumburg the national but it's the people through so amazing and i think that i want to couldn't put everybody on but i really don't say that's our harlem right because rooster wouldn't be there i wouldn't be that without the maytham people that guided me and here are some of them is there a subtext of the title about gentrification Or the series at all. I think. yemin justification is is is a sydney is an ingredient there is something we cannot void i don't think it only happens on but i think death different come tation to it I think everywhere. I was just in the village where while born in Ethiopia where all of a sudden there was a brand new. streep highway not highway but i could perfect paid street and i was the only one upset about what's going on and of course everybody there was super excited because it made it easier for them to get their transport stuff so it's happening And the countries, I need the opium to always have the different dimension in Harlem as long as people that created Harlem, and is that question about. Wrote a piece about is Harlem good now. And I kinda hate that come sation for whom. well we talk about if people at charles like who kept a light on when people did not come to harlem so i think there's an opportunity gauge and the more we learn about people and incredible commitment took we are going to we're not going to judge so fast i think listening to our holum gives you an opportunity to start to seeing your neighbors in a different light as long as we do that when better page it's always tough thing about gentrification because if the idea of respecting what is there and what made it interesting to you rather than trying to make it accommodate to your sensibility whoever you are wherever you are in the world bevy talks about a bevy amazing bevy toxin about it right regardless of race don't come in and tell us that we cannot have drummers in our park right so whatever community you move into engage with the community that's what we talk about an our hold on thelma talks about it of course but like when you hear bevy like it is clear this is not something she she lived experience and she tells you how to be a good neighbor you know not just in harlem and community at it happens in norlisk post katrina right people saying you cannot have a second line don't move to all second line what is it you actress saying you know when you first moved and i started working in red rooster you had a vision how is being in the community living there over this period of time change that vision or evolving that vision cooking and presenting something is not a bus stop that you open and then you dunk that is something that constantly every day two hundred eighty workers to volve it and it was almost going to be ten years so we've been thinking about what's the next ten years going to look like what a success look like and i do know that what's going to come out over at ruth to what's gonna come out of the food festival harlem it up was gonna come out of this product it's it's more than what we put in right and i mean that in creating local jobs creating teams i can been york with big dreams i work in a place that dream off but the next generation of chefs canarian restaurant towards will come out of that because they had a place in their community that they could aspire to so i think it's very important to dream us not for noor keep sending standards high right and being a head it's not all going to work that's the risk of being an entrepreneur every broadway poor place not going to you know be successful but you kind of have to volve game right and that's what creativity and risk-taking and being at a community sometimes it takes so we evolve them we keep dreaming hi and we tried to implement it with a lot of humility and hopefully works the name of the new audible original series is our harlem it is hosted i might say hosted by you it is just you're in it it is presented by you it is it's your thing yeah it's a week in your life with p. important people that it took a year and a half i love that but it's also tribe right automatic risk on a on a segment that didn't exist they opened the door for it that's what i mean this push him pull between people need to believe in you and my staff that worked on this like what what are you doing kitchen listening digital cookbook and all right we got to connect more you know and it took a while but it's it's i i'm biased i like it marcus famous and thanks for being our guest Thank you, cutting..

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"norlisk" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

Fusion Patrol

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"norlisk" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

"But I haven't remembered it seems it seems like when they finished on the night stalker. And they freeze framed and said, Barry atwater as vampire, it seems like they either pull pushed in on his eyes or they brighten them or darkened the surrounding to the final frame going out with more the is. But it was the same. It was the same kind of just end on that. And then finished, so okay. I don't have anything else. Neither do I. I'll I'll send a copy this. When we air it over the guys at big finish. And see if they want to pick this one up and and run run with his show. They could recast it. Or not right. This is still around think has been doing just waiting to the coal to come back and play notice. I was when I was looking through that. And I was thinking about ROY Innis, and where he'd come out of the invaders, and I don't know why I I knew ROY Innis was the guy who was in the invaders I used to watch the invaders all the time, and I knew he was the guy in the X files, and I thought well invaders, you know, they're just hiring somebody who's been in show about space aliens. And then I got to thinking about it. And it's the whole premise of the invaders is that this guy ROY thinnest character was also named David David Vincent sees euphoria landing one night and finds out that these aliens are coming to earth to invade and they can take over people's bodies and impersonate them, and he spends the rest of his series travelling from town to trying to prove that they exist because they're so good at covering up. And that it's actually kind of funny that they picked him to be the alien in the X files. And it's like, I I think I missed that joke. The first time around, you know. When they had Darren mcgavin, come in as the the guy who created the X files. I got that one right away. It's like well there you go. Obvious. But. I didn't I didn't get the invaders reference in that way. Okay. That's nothing to do with this story. We have no more coal check spinoffs that I am aware of anywhere. So this we are this is this is it we're done. We're off to other stuff so Simon. Thank you for joining me for this. Journey through the night stalker and the nights Docker and the Norlisk tapes and. It's been it's been fun. It's been interesting looking at the show's all of them from with a with a different point of view. And I appreciate your time. And your thoughts on all of these shows pleasure. Let's there's I hope you'll join us.

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"norlisk" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

Fusion Patrol

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"norlisk" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

"He didn't actually say human blood. He said of blood circle. But oh, oh, yeah. He's flammable, blood, right? Yes. Yeah. How does that work? Was that what he's Sam St. experiment was was he finding making lead flammable. But I mean, I can think of wet making flammable, if he was dissolving in petrol, whatever that was surely the trick thinking lighter fluid. Yeah. But yeah. Yeah. Maybe kind of kind of thing I bought this. This is supposed to be some sort of many law or something, isn't it? Yes. So where did they get their flammable blood from? That's why I want to know. Well, you know, part of the reason that the medieval times are known as the dark ages is they couldn't actually banish the spirits because they didn't have the technology to make flaming blood. That died with the Romans the Romans, they do the flammable blood. But when they you know, when that fell that was that was the end of it. I. I don't know. The medieval period thought, it was flaming blood, and this isn't a gyp Shen more. Bring scoured. Yeah. So that one was a little. And I was trying to figure out what he was doing when it was in the when he was in the lab, but yeah, he had the flasks in a lot and the tubes and stuff, and he was measuring going it's supposed to be blood in. There is that red liquid blood or is he reconstituting blood because he was like a red powder to in one of them. And I just look into screen. What the heck is he doing it just didn't make any sense? And then he comes on look why will blunt on fire now, I'm not gonna I'm not gonna I'm not gonna do a blood leading to test out. And see if blood is flammable. But my thought is it's not thinking, it's not it's not maybe it's flammable in the presence of supernatural beings. You could test treat. Yeah. That could be what it is. Next question. Random stray thing. So this is in his corvette. And he's Zing it up the hill trying to get there before sunset, and there's that car that's in front of him. What was up with that car? Just just being. Being hosted it was he being obstinate. Okay. Now that was my questions like the way this is shot that guy is definitely blocking Norlisk from going around him. You must be some reason for it. Could it be the demons trying spirit world trying to stop him from getting there? I don't know. I sing it could guy could be drunk could be anything. We never really find out other than the New Orleans. Finally just goes around him and just killed a little time built a little tension. But built a little tension. That's all and and I do want to point on. I think I mentioned Robert Colbert the music. He's the guy who also did the music for night stalker night strangler. He did all the music for dark shadows. Dan Curtis once again, part of his entourage that that comes in there. I don't know if you noticed it. But there was an awful lot of that little piano thing. Kind of tinkling thing during some of the tents moments. I has to be lifted straight out of the night strangler soundtrack, it just feel so not the good music from the night stalker or the nights strangle. It was a little bit more jazzy at times. But the kind of dull the dull music from the nights Docker and last parallel again, we can put this down to Dan Curtis show ins titles begin to roll the rest of the cast names come up, and then the innocuous seen that the titles run over. And and suddenly we start getting all the clips of zombie attacking people you get three or four or five of those. And then finally the last one freeze frame full on face. And Nick Dimitri as Jim's court, and that's exactly what they did with night stalker. Exactly what they did with the night strangler both of those that appears to be how. Gang Curtis likes to credit his monsters at the end didn't know if you noticed that or you remember that from the original I hadn't hadn't been notes in this..

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"norlisk" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

Fusion Patrol

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"norlisk" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

"We've got we've got to touch on given how much time we spent to about coal chats relationship with the police, except I'm it's not it's not polices. Share? Digit. It's the local on fourth enforce with the roses. That the way that Knowle's and him just seems to me so much better. And it's the same guy to you from a culture, it's the same share. I mean, it's not the same character actor. Oh, it didn't register that we had. So we had so many of them the original in the in the night stalker was clawed ache. And he's a longtime when Dan Curtis likes to come back to the same actress. In fact, I think the publisher was also in the night stalker. Possibly as one of the city officials. But I so he has he has a rep company like absolutely, basically. Absolutely. But lo lo he got quite heated Norris. Didn't there was nothing. There was nothing him to gain by rising to it. And so he didn't he was just completely cool about it. And in the seems where they were they was they was they still had strongly opposing viewpoints. But after after Norlisk is actu-. Really witnessed court himself. And he's in the sheriff sheriff's office, and the sheriff isn't isn't ready to believe him. But they are having a dialogue, and he doesn't completely dismiss him. And then when when he he describes what happened to Ellen so forth. The sheriff is he did that and says, yeah, he he did that. And the sheriff's right? All right. Let's go even though he later on says, okay? This is a wild goose chase. We're giving up on it. There is there is more mileage for Norlin. I mean, he gets more benefit from the way. He handles him then contract because he wouldn't have gotten that far coach, Jack he would just have insulted him the first opportunity and been dismissed all scatter. Okay. So a couple of rations I think that the sheriff there is there is unfortunately, this cast of the oath. This is fantastic. Weaned a clamp down on this which I don't like I mean, maybe it's a it's a holdover from a different era where you don't wanna panic the public or something. But how many times have we seem jaws and everything, but this is the crime that was she was crushed. Her blood was taken you don't hide that. Unless you think it'll help you catch the killer. But again, I think that is reasonably handled in the sense that it's explored through the discussion that takes place between the sheriff and the. Because the because the EMMY is saying exactly what you're saying. He's putting that point of view sheriffs having to defend his position he saying. Okay. I'm not asking you to fabricate Tennessee, and yet he says, well, see what I can do what did that? Ultimately mean what did what did he do? Did he write his report? And then like us really small fun to sit in the body was drained of all its quite understand. What what the result of that was except I kind of came out of that feeling. I was going to do something a little shady, but not super shaney to help the sheriff. Yeah. Yeah. But the default position of the sheriff that I don't like it same thing from from the original nights. Well, the original might starker kinda makes sense because in Las Vegas everyone's the mob. Yeah. In the whole city is based on that. So I kinda get it there. I don't get it from this guy. Just like, you know, something those are the conditions. The guys were blood was gone. We don't know what it means don't have evidence when we're the other not saying, it's goule vampire monster anything like that. It's just those are the those are the facts in the case. And yes, this Scherf does a better job of investigating when somebody shows him look rip the card or he may not believe it's the dead body of court. But something happened. Yes. We will go. We will go investigate. We'll send the troops. We'll go. I mean, I completely appreciate the sheriff a lot more in this except for that. We're going to hide this. And at least I can forgive him for saying. Okay. Well, let's not work on the assumption that it's the dead man's body. Reanimated walking around town. I mean, so and yes handles him much better..

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"norlisk" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

Fusion Patrol

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"norlisk" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

"It's what the sheriff was able to put together from the evidence at the scene omitting the blood drain, and that is what Norlisk narrated to us. She was working late. He could have found it easily. How late she was working where she working alone. Yes. She was did. Drive home. You know, how far was it drive home? He could put all that together and make perfect sense out of that. And and he knows it's court because he's narrating after the fact that it's court and so all any can put together but not that jump scare with a cat. He could not have known that. I I agree. But I I still feel like putting putting all that together. After the fact you still a cheat. You could you could actually just had the the sequence from where the sheriff is arriving on the scene base. It base it on his test me. So he turns up at the scene of a car crash. And then there was some interesting things culture. You don't need all this stuff about. Leaving the sharp and getting cardinal estimate. All the bills, John what? Yeah. Other than that. For those kind of Hora moment if you like and start really do for me. I give me Sam Spade. Instead. I don't I'm not a fan of horror films, and I'm not a fan of jump scares. They don't like terrify me at my pants or anything like that. But I mean, it just from a story. I don't like typically that you know, they're coming in. Because if they don't do that, then you haven't built up the tension correctly. And it doesn't make any sense. But I'll give an example where I thought Curtis did a really good job. So for example, we know she's going to die because story purposes, then we get the cat which dispels that a little bit skull cap, but we still know she's going to die. It's just not going to the next shot. She's driving in the car. We're getting a lot of shots. It's dark the headlights aren't working very well. You know, she's on a winding road. I'm absolutely positively certain that she's gonna come around a corner, and he's going to be stare on front of her car and the car's gonna wreck or whatever it is. Beautifully set me up for that. I never expected him to reach your on the back and choke from behind on a shot. I was I was fully expecting the way that shot was done that it had led me into creature standing in the road kind of thing. And if you'll recall from the episode of the night stock with the black Knight we commented on that. Because when the guy's pulling into his driveway, you know, nothing until those lights pass in front of the night who's standing there and then kills him. And it was very effective. And I was I was completely expecting it here and just didn't get it. So I I give kudos to Curtis for achieving. What he was trying to do. I just don't particularly like that type of dull making I appreciate the the the craft. I guess that went into I agree. Let's see I also will comment to Dan Curtis. He does like to get out to different cities and show them off. Yeah. You know, the Monterrey area and San Francisco areas, very nice. I. He was moving to kotex stories around from city to city. So yeah. His another city never the same place twice ever the same place twice, which I guess you could was probably a lot easier to do when you're shooting. Schedule is only a couple of weeks back downstairs run-up to run up to Frisco and shoot this one..

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"norlisk" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

Fusion Patrol

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"norlisk" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

"Ooh. Yeah. Yeah. Has to be. That's like that's what he does all day. So at least got to do is to go hunt. Vampires you start in the beginning of the day, you make sure your home safe at night, I'm gonna it's perfectly reasonable anyway, who's tally. The you mentioned earlier that there is ten minutes of setting the story up. I gave a brief lurk, but not enough of a look to found a satisfactory answer. I think that in nineteen seventy seventy-two the typical length of a TV episode after you've stripped it of commercials was about fifty minutes if I'm not mistaken. This was very strange in my mind in that you have the the bits where Norlisk calls is publisher. And they talk about how bad it is. Or how I can't do it. You gotta hear these tapes. And now, I gotta talk to you. I gotta talk to you today. So then they have the whole bit where he goes down. And he sits around waiting for lunch and nothing happens. And then he calls, and we Norlisk ignoring and we see then we seem go back, and it's like a week later, the publisher context Norlisk attorney, and he tells the attorney to look into. To it. And so the attorney looks into it, and then the Terni catches up with publisher days later, apparently, you're right to be worried. I found in the whole stuff about writing up and down on the cable car, and and and go into the club. And and and then finally the publisher goes to Norlisk place, and and starts to process now this movie was one hundred seventy two minutes long. So if they could just kill twenty two minutes with the framing stuff, this would effectively be about what one episode of the New Orleans tapes as TV series would be like probably have about the same pacing. You know, what they would have to cut it up under normal normal circumstances, which is another tip off that they're probably going for a pilot that in the big number one in the number two on the tape. But anyway, this one was written issue by William F Nolan. You familiar with him? I don't. I am not Richard Matheson, who did the night stalker was famous TV writer short story, novelist. Concentrated a lot on horror stories he'd written the movie duel, which I think you owe. But yes. Star Trek stories. He's written says, we'll leave if Nolan also a multiple award winning horror SCI fi writer, also Star Trek the twilight zone, he and George Clayton. Johnson did Logan's run. And I mean, the novels on then William Nolan wrote the rest of the novels. He's he's won countless awards. He's won. Are. He's written comedy things. I guess he's got a Sam space series, which is sort of a comedy science fiction detective PI sort of thing. He's done biographies. I know he's gonna buy of Dashiell Hammett out there. So there's there's a connection that popped in my brain. When I was thinking about the the writing. It's like, oh, yeah. He's definitely trying to do the old PI pastiche there with a gun metal sky and all that kind of stuff. I mean, the guy has got a ton of a ton of work behind him. It's not it's not bad. I'm the premise of the story is I grown when they said, oh, the blood's been drained out of the body after admit that that was the one part in the story that that I just really it has to be a blood drain. Traders. Well, it's back tonight. Stocker it's like, it's another blood draining thing, and yes, they had a good reason for it could reason for it from the in universe story kind of which I thought was novel though, I don't need it to survive. I don't need to vibe. It's like I'm have to make this blood body for this demon. I mean, okay. That's that's the kind of weird stuff I can expect. I I appreciate it. It was as ambi- go. It wasn't your standard zombie wasn't your standard vampire it. It had all the marks. I I thought it was a decent premise for this supernatural story. It. 'execution perhaps it was definitely tweet for jump scares Danker..

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"norlisk" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

Fusion Patrol

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"norlisk" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

"And it does have a few of the problems with the premise, perhaps cleared up. Not not one hundred percent. Sure there. You know, my my complaints. You know, it is very similar to nights Docker night strangler in its format approach and everything might my main complaint about it is and I like, ROY Innis, but cut he's awful in this. He's I think he's just so bland and disinterested in his narration and his and his he's like he's sleepwalking through this thing to me. And you know, you, rob. Publi haven't seen it. But he was a star of TV series called the invaders in the late sixties which went a couple years, and I quite liked him in that. And of course, he was in the X files several times. Well, several times it was once he's the alien that helped moulder and cured cancer man of his cancer. Okay. Okay. Right. So I know he was because we've talked once or twice about pilot episodes that get chucked into the the sequence of show on when you get to that one ever seem slightly old. And if you watch law and order when you get to six suddenly the regular district attorney, Adam Schiff disappears. And this new district attorney Alfred Wentworth appears with no explanation, and he's ROY Innis who they hot to shoot the pilot that by the time they came to series. He got other gig or something and didn't want to do the show. So. So. Another. Okay. Another perfect example those out of order pilots. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. I I liked ROY Innis over the years. I just didn't think he was good in this potential anything. I just think the way he was playing it his character wasn't interested. Perhaps. That's see. I think I think he is good in this. And I like he's performance. So I'm gonna straightway disagree. I do things the way this is written and passed acted does him. No favours in the sense that this whole framing that is is set up, and you know, having seen that is designed a framing the series. Not just the upside I come to I understand that. Why? Now, but they spend almost ten minutes on just the framing before they get into the story proper. And as part of the at all, we really see if this is the kind of this shell of the man who has suffered this terrible chore. Who whatever it is. And he does seem very listless and shaken in that, and it doesn't come trust sufficiently with the performance he gives when he is being the investigate of the writer in the the kind of call it flashbacks. But, you know, the the the story cropper, and that's a pity because I I like the way is compared to sorry Darren mcgavin, but compared to to coach Jack because when he's into beuing court the right right at the start of the story, his style is so much more believable. He I mean, he is quite kind of laid back, but he's eliciting the story from her by by just sort of giving how these it'll tell me. Whereas whereas coach check comes across as what a what a Cup scouts idea of a newspaper coal to might be light. I wanna be I wanna be newspaper man when I grow up, and that's what you get on screen. Well, coal check is both passionate and cynical about what he does. And at varying times one or the other or a bit of both. And he also because he's a smart ass when he does his narration there's a little bit of there's a little bit of wit to it. There's a little bit of sparkle and Norlisk get stuff like the rain was coming down like a curtain from gun metal sky. So, wow, you've been reading too much. Oh, that's thought he's been too much too, many Dashiell Hammett novels perhaps. I it not that. I mean, not something I noted myself because I think it's a partial fix to some of the stuff that's happening to this happened in the in the coach axe to. So I mean down Gavin is right, charismatic, Beasley that comes across in the performance that and he is all the things you said, but I think the bottom line easings character as well. Okay. And that is the opportunity with Norlisk to do something. That's a bit less like that. But the problem is I still really think that the whole narration framing former works..

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"norlisk" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

Fusion Patrol

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"norlisk" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

"Didn't like the idea. Dermot Gavin in like the idea. Nobody apparently liked the idea. But Dan Curtis was well enough into it that he was willing to do a sequel. And you know, how it became a series of different story. But at the same time NBC said, hey, we want a series. But of course, they couldn't have it. So they went to Dan Curtis and said give me a pilot for a series like that. And so this was shot basically at the same time the night strangler was the night strangler was released in January of seventy three. This was released in February of seventy three. And you know, when I say simultaneously, that's kind of a broad that's kind of a broad term because he would only shoot seven to ten days or something like that back back when they were making these movies. So there may have been a longer pre production. But Dan Curtis was involved in both projects at the same time and Dan Curtis directed both the night strangler and the New Orleans takes Robert Colbert did the music for both of them. Which is why it sounds so much the same. You know, the titles look the same because that's Dan Curtis product. I mean, they are they are cut from the same cloth in more than one way these two show. So that's why we brought it out here. Just to look at this. This is the first because coach never had right? It never. It's the first manifestation of someone trying to copy check in in in the films, and it's actually the man himself doing it to that someone else's request. They can and so he he's done cut. His just to get clear is okay. We see idea of being TV series is the series of films. He doesn't like that's what I read that seems a little he didn't feel there was room for eight series in the coal check formula or eight movies in the culture formula. But apparently Norling tapes is sufficiently restructured that he thinks that there is maybe it's because. Norlisk is rich and can go wherever the Heke wants. He's a writer instead of journalist. So he's independently I I don't know. I don't know quite what they were thinking at that time structures light different in the days. More setup was a serial, obviously, there's an intention for each site to be relatively stand alone while this is relatively standalone. So that's what I'm seeming. Yes. Yes. We could talk about that. But I mean, yes, the whole thing with court seems to be a standalone story, the whole mystery of Norlisk disappearance is that even related to this story. Well, we don't know. I I watch this thinking this just a another one off another film like the nights doco the night strangler on blow me if I by the end of it because you mentioned all the parallels. Well, we get another story is all about narration from the tapes. I mean. Childless time. Oh, yeah. I forgot mentally what we what we building is a framing slightly more elaborate framing, which is based around having notice new rate what is going on. And when we do that in contact stories, we deta slightly brief, but nevertheless, an introduction from coach which kind of sets up where we going to be by the end of the story. And that's the kind of wrapping up of the threats. Why coach is sitting in a pot Maden disheveled suit, or whatever it is in whatever particular story is. And so I'm thinking and this one well, we're going to find out. What is that has happened to no less that has led to him becoming despondent vanishing blow me if it turns out, it's not a flipping standalone story. Cancelled series. I'm never getting closure on this. Maybe big finish will pick it up. I actually I actually was sitting and watching this and thinking at the end, you know, why why couldn't I mean, whether or not the relative quality of the program is there to say the setup is it's more coal Chac than the two thousand and five nights Docker..

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"norlisk" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

Fusion Patrol

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"norlisk" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

"He also conducts some chemistry experiments on his own. But that's for later. Meanwhile, Madame tequila visits Ellen court and confesses that she had been used by the powers of darkness and that court made a deal after he died. He. Come back to life and make a statue that the demon saga would transform into a new body and then grant court eternal life upon success. If they can just find the body and remove the ring before sunset, it will all end the go to the mansion despite it being almost sunset and without nora's. And discover the tunnel the missing dead bodies and court who kills Madame juquila. But let's Ellen go free Norlisk arrives with plan. Let court finish the statue. He will surround it with a circle of blood and when Sargon comes to life. He will sit the blood on fire, which is an impenetrable barrier for supernatural beings. The plan works in the studio was burned down the charred body of court, but not saga f- is found. There is no answer to the disappearance of David New Orleans on tape one perhaps on tape to is publisher begins to listen. Okay. So the reason that we are looking at the Norlisk tapes and to be fair we should have done. This tween coal check than. Zz Docker and the night stalker. But circumstances prevented us from doing that. Namely, I forgot. But the reason we're doing this is because a little bit of backstory the movie the night stalker came out of January nineteen seventy two was a huge hit and ABC who had the movie wanted to series. Actually they wanted to series of movies. But nobody liked that idea. Dan curtis..

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"norlisk" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

Fusion Patrol

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"norlisk" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

"We take a single episode of science fiction TV series and over analyze it to within an inch of its life. This is the fusion patrol podcast. Welcome to the discussion. Hello. And welcome to another episode of fusion patrol. I'm eugene. And I'm sorry. And tonight, we are looking at the nineteen seventy three. Three in nineteen seventy three. The Norlisk tapes a Dan Curtis production. David Norlisk is a recognized name author. He's been working on an advance from his publisher to write a new book. Debunking the supernatural. His publisher is distressed Norlisk calls him and says I can't write the book I need to talk to you now. But when Norlisk misses the meeting his publisher starts to worry and worry, he should Norlin has gone missing. The only clues to his disappearance. The cassette tape notes that he's left behind his publisher starts with tape. Number one. It recounts a prologue Norlisk adventures how he started researching and debunking the frauds that prey on the gullible who believe in the supernatural. But then his adventure begins when he's approached by MRs Ellen court. Recent widow of the wealthy and famous artist Jane's court who died of natural causes. She saw. Out New Orleans because their sister is a friend of his and mentioned his research into supernatural recently late at night while living alone and the giant mansion left to her by late husband. The dog goes nuts and leads her to the husband's remote studio on the property there. Asama fide version of her husband tries to kill her. She narrowly escapes the sheriff, although taking the crime seriously doesn't believe the more fantastic elements of the story Norlisk decides to investigate he learns that court was struck with a rare debilitating and fatal brain disease after which he became entangled with Madame. Oh, a proponent of a supernatural and that in exchange for some unknown promise he was given an antique ring the ring of Cyrus, which he never took off. And specifically left instructions in his will that he'd be buried wearing Norlin verifies that courts body and the ring are still in the family crypt. And then the murders. Start the. Court. Zombie kills a young woman and drains, her body of blood, the local sheriff investigates, but tries to keep a lid on the more fantastical elements of the story this being the same sheriff who didn't holy believe MRs court story, either Norlisk interviews Langdon gallery owner who worked with court, and who has shown a marked interest in the ring and also introduced court to Madame juquila legend has it that the ring is addition and is the symbol of immortality. While Langdon reveals nothing useful to New Orleans. Norlisk lets him know he'll never get the ring because it was interred with court soon. Langdon tries to steal the ring from the crypt. But his killed by the FBI Norlin. Visit Madame juquila who is also unhelpful, but warns him and MRs Gort to stay away from the mansion it is the house of Sarg off now returning to the studio because Norlisk convinced that is the key to this mystery. They find a new statue a work in progress with fresh clay nearby. And then they are attacked by court. Once again, they barely escape this time court demonstrates, he's incredible strength by ripping the door of the car off the sheriff investigates, but he dismisses the more fantastic elements of the story. Even after they discover courts buddy is no longer in the crip. Ellen sister returns from a trip and goes to visit her sister unaware that the mansion is now vacant unable to get in. She stops at a nearby hotel for the night soon court breaks in kills her and takes her body. Norlin has been researching and has discovered a series of prohibition era tunnels under the state connecting the studio and the crypt and he had the clan lies and learned that it is forty percent human blood..

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"norlisk" Discussed on VUX World

VUX World

08:51 min | 3 years ago

"norlisk" Discussed on VUX World

"Hello, ladies and gentlemen. Boys and girls. Welcome to v. You ex wold the practical voice podcast on today's episode of you ex world, we are trying to break lizard on Brokaw pins, and we are talking about installed brand activation through voice, essentially, what that means is using voice to increase sales in stores voice shopping has been depending on which side of the fence, you sit it's either being touted as the future. And this is it's all going to be then the side it's being kind of you know, received with mixed reactions. We haven't really seen any hard numbers from Amazon often Google, I think Thomasson said that the voice shopping starts have increased threefold no numbers there. So how voice on shopping go together. And how that will unfold in the future is still a little bit. On known, but Bree unbroken with Mazda GE of being involved in woken heavily on that install voice assistant. The helps uses mic better decisions within the shopping environment and also actually increases sales. So this is voice shopping work in install some fantastic design lessons some interest in technical lessons from implement invoice in stars. Well, especially when you go to kind of coordinate lights on shelves Norlisk understo-. But it's a really really good use case. And it's a good exploration of a use case the spending of advice and tips in there as well. And it's just it's an absolutely it's an inspirational episode put it that way. Without further ado, ladies and gentlemen, I'm obviously joined by Dustin costs as I am each week. This is breathing lizard and Brooke Hawkins on the X world. Ex world. A group and being this the big faces. Chain sems. One only written minus Mr. dean Sampson, Dustin, Dustin dozen coats links. You guys are together. Talking about boys. For the show three and Brooke welcome to the world. Yeah. Very well. It's nice. Join us Brooke we've been kind of off and on for for quite a while now. Yeah, that's nice that we've nicer we've we've done it. Yeah. Cool. How you just in? All right gain. How yoursel yes, not bad not bad. For those listening with slightly delivered on this. I was caught the office apologies before we begin policies for for the delay on this. But we're all here now, and we're going to chat about install voice shopping. And if we do have town, we're gonna talk about shopping in general, but brianna broke both being working pretty much exclusively on voice shopping is is that fair to say, we don't know the voice projects as well. That's fair to say. So we both worked with the Mars agency, which is a marketing agency that's focused specifically on marketing kind of across the Omni commerce environment. So in simple terms. We're looking at shoppers, and we're talking to shoppers all the time. So from perspective, we definitely had can shopping anthocyanins. So yeah, I mean, we we also think about how brands can kind of build equity would voice, but we definitely have a specific interest in helping them connect with shoppers. So what about yourself Brooklyn? How did you? How did you get involved in? Mas. And how did you get involved in invoice? Yeah. So I've been working invoice for pretty much my whole career at this point. And started designing I've ER call. So this really pesky robocalls than everyone lows so much for healthcare. And then from there kind of dabbled in different areas of the voice or conversational world like designing chat bots for different big fortune five hundred of knees designing courses to teach people what newfield is all about in. Ultimately, I came back to Michigan. I'm originally from here. Found Mars was really excited to see this work happening in my home state during the team now. So now designing all these really great voice experiences for brands like you mentioned. Fantastic. When what about yourself Embry? How did you kind of get into voice in? What do you do at MAs? Definitely a less direct pound. So I used to work for. Used to be kind of in planning on the agency side, and we had this special project around putting Boyce at retail on just based on kind of feeling like we wanna meet the shopper with the latest technology and respond to where they're where they are. So I joined the innovation team at Mars. It was kind of a pivot for me. So I have this research background I joined with project so that we could design something that was really human centered and solve the real consumer problems. So that was all at the very beginning of this whole on smart, I'll voice at retail project. And that's how we kind of landed with the experience that we have now in the category that we have now. So I became a voice designer kind of by default. And just bringing kind of a strategic design background that I have two new area. It's been really exciting to be able to kind of pioneer in such a new. I mean, exposing good say it's not new because burqas, you know, experience goes way back on the voice friend. Once we see smart speakers in homes. It's like there's a whole new behavior that we're responding to. And and that's kind of you know, as we all know being in this industry, that's really driven just kind of newfield. Definitely an so mass than you mentioned Omni channel shopping, so MAs. Presumably does a whole lot more than than voice. I'm much of. I mean, Brooke your purely working on voice full-time in terms of MAs. How how much of of MAs is kind of you know, how much of MAs is businesses opposes is purely voice. Voices new from ours. So it's a company that's been around for forty plus years, and they started with really pretty peer play retail activated. So lots of in-store marketing activating brands and store, and we still do tons of that. So that's our Brennan broader. But you know, as the world changes shoppers shop in many places, you know, we built an econ team. And then into last about eighteen months also this voice team. So we're small and nimble. But I think it's super remorse to new watching the noise congress face, the we to be able to offer our clients the best thinking about the future commerce. You mentioned the install activation out of things is that where smile comes from. And what is smiled with thousand? Yeah. We actually started invoice by creating a skill for lesson for one of our brands. So this user in skin care, and it was pretty quickly after that me. And this is actually prior to joining the team despite a few months, but the thinking was, you know, why don't we try helping someone? With product selection at the point of purchase. So really right there in brick and mortar why not? So that was the original thinking, and then after lots of can resume mentioned earlier, exploratory research we. Now, two years later contemplates rehab, a voice solution for the whisky category. That's live in five stores out here on the west coast. Those are bedlow stores on helping shoppers decide which we might like to purchase. So it's really simple conversation. We designed a few different on ways in so it can appeal to both people who know a little bit about the category may be total novices and. Yeah. And then they can get like one or three recommendations or up to three recommendations of what whiskey they may

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