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"oldman" Discussed on Sup Doc: A Documentary Podcast
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Financial Trends Reveal Promising Opportunities for Small Business
"Is the latest financial trends in this now. Post pandemic economic recovery for small business owners here to help his birdie. Oldman who's director of analytic consultancy experienced business. Information services who leads a team of statistical consultants went diverse skills provide small businesses and commercial service providers with leading edge analytic driven information solutions brody with that introduction. Seems like you're the guy that's going to have the answers or barry. I certainly hope i do. And we certainly have a lot of data here to support some of the insights and trends that we see going on in the market. We know after the nine thousand nine hundred nineteen spanish flu pandemic that was followed by the roaring twenties or what was known as the roaring twenties. New think we're moving into the roaring twenty twenty s. Well that that's certainly is what the market would like to see. That's coming into really a heightened expansion period for small businesses. We certainly see some of that. Growth potential But there are some pressures that are coming down from the environment. That may hold us back. And so what are some of those things. Because what i keep seeing is i go out on michigan avenue. Chicago and the stores are just mom. Did seems consumer spending his way up because people haven't been spending much the last fifteen months very you got it. There's there's two two point four trillion or so and savings. That's out there. That consumers are just happing into as we get into the summertime and this is a big spending time where folks are out shopping in though in the mall and in some of the brick and mortar spots. They're transitioning from that digital storefront that they've been during the pandemic now they're moving back out and you've seen them no masks on walking around with their cards out ready to spend and so. We are seeing an
David Fincher's Mank Scores the Most Oscar Nominations of 2021
"Will lead the parade of Oscar contenders and Hollywood's 93rd Academy Awards. NPR's Bob Mondello has more Hollywood loves a Hollywood story, and this year it's embracing one about the man who wrote Citizen Kane. Call me Mac Mac. Thank thanks, mate. Thanks is Harmon Mankowitz. But where to call him Manc Black and white Netflix production, which did not play in movie theaters. Thanks to a pandemic dispensation this year from the academy, Manc received 10 nominations, including Best Picture, Best original screenplay. Best actor Gary Oldman, Best supporting actress Amanda Sife, Ret and best director, David Fincher. It's followed in the best picture category by six films with six nominations each Judas in the Black Messiah, The Father, Minotti, Nomad Land, The Sound of Metal and the Trial of the Chicago Seven and one with five nominations, promising young woman The Oscars will be handed out on April 25th Bob Mondello NPR news The NASDAQ composite
Chadwick Boseman earns posthumous best actor Oscar nomination
"Starring opposite Viola Davis and Ma Rainey's Black bottom. Bozeman competes in the best actor category with Riz Ahmed for sound of metal Anthony Hopkins in the Father, Gary Oldman in Bank and Steven Young for Minori. This actress nominees are Carrie Mulligan for promising young woman, Frances McDormand for Nomad land by all the Davis Iban Rainey's black bottom, but Kirby for pieces of a woman and Andra Day in the United States vs Billie Holiday. I'm Oscar Wells Gabriel. The nominees for Best picture are the Father, Judas and the Black
2021 Oscar nominations spotlight "Mank," Chadwick Boseman
"News Oscar nominees Air Out the 2021 Academy Award nominees are announced for best picture. The Father, Judas and the Black Messiah. Manc Minori Nomad Land, promising Young Woman Sound of Metal and the Trial of the Chicago Seven Manc lead with 10 total nominations. The late actor Chadwick Boseman being recognized with the best actor nomination for his work in Ma Rainey's Black Bottom. Other nominees in that category include Riz Ahmed, Anthony Hopkins, Gary Oldman and Steven Young. Best actress. Nominees include Viola Davis, Andra Day, Vanessa Kirby, Frances McDormand and Carrie Mulligan. The 2021 Academy Awards Air Sunday, April
Netflix Dominates Golden Globes Nods
"Nearly empty movie theaters, Perhaps it's fitting that Netflix is dominating the nominations for the 78 Golden Globe Awards Bank, a film about Citizen Kane, writer Herman Banquets, led the film contenders with six nominations this morning. Those include best film Best director for David Fincher and Best actor for Gary Oldman. Other best film nominees include Aaron Sorkin's The Trial, the Chicago Seven Nomad Land, promising young woman of the Father on the TV Side. The nominees for best drama include the Crown Lovecraft County, The Man, DeLorean, Ozark and Ratchet.
"oldman" Discussed on KCRW
"Okay. That's Gary Oldman. They're playing Herman Mankiewicz or Manc. Amy. What did you think? Yes. So you might think that David Fincher making a film about the writing of Citizen Kane is a little bit out of his normal wheelhouse, which it kind of is. But the script is actually written by his dad. His dad was a longtime journalist for Life magazine. And he wrote this movie about the writing of Citizen Kane, which I'm sure anybody who's like a huge film lover knows there's this huge debate about who was really the brains behind the script, you know? Was it Orson Welles? This boy genius who just came to Hollywood? Or was it? Gary Oldman's character? Who You just heard a lot of Herman Mankiewicz? Who was this brilliant drunk who'd been there in Hollywood for already over a decade, But he was sliding his way down the ladder, and the truth is honestly like there's never been a real debate about it. It's just film. People have been taking sides ever since, Like Pauline Kael in Peter Bogdanovich got into it. S so what This film is instead is you're watching make very drunk or trying to be drunk as much as he can laid up in bed with his foot in a cast writing the script while flashing back to Something that did happen, but didn't actually really affect the making of Citizen Kane. It's interesting. This one was like so heavily researched and classic Hollywood. I love it, like every single line could be, it could spit onto its own movie. But it's based on this really false premise, which is that mink was motivated by the 1934 governor election here in California. To me. The best part of this movie is actually Amanda Seyfried. She plays a Marion Davies, who people and I was like the girlfriend of William Randolph Hearst was kind of slandered through time by Citizen Kane, which played her as this talentless idiot. And the real Davies is like this kind of charming socio path. And Amanda Seyfried really gets to that. Like, if you ever want to read her memoir, you will learn all about how Marion Davies really tried to meet Hitler just for fun. It's It's a really weird character. And I think a medicine he doesn't incredibly Oh, I would read that. It is it. Oh, you would love this store. You would love this medal and you have to read her book. Oh, my gosh. Okay, so that's a lot to digest. And so would you say yes or no in terms of whether it's worth our time. Oh, I'm a huge nerd for this stuff. So I would say yes, just because I loved all the tiny references. But it is based on such a fake idea like itself that that Mayko. It's cared at all about this election. You know, he was really actually anti union it, so it's hard to kind of get behind that. And I will say Gary Oldman as good as he is. He's a little bit too old for this part because her mom make her wits. Who's risking a lot at this time was only 43. Gary Oldman looking like he's at the eight. The end of his life has nothing to lose. You kind of lose a little. You lose a little bit of the steaks that make this is putting himself in. Sean, What did you think? Was flawless. In terms of this craftsmanship, however, the story it's a bit cold and off putting. I love David Fincher as a director, and he kills it. He's in rare form. I mean everything he does. Is top notch. It's a beautiful looking film. It's edited very well. I mean, like I said, cinematically, it's flawless execution, but the story left me cold. I was just I never connected by the time the film ended, I needed a telescope to connect. I was just so distant from it. It just didn't work for me. I thought the acting was just OK, Amanda see, Fred No, everyone's raving. I thought she was very overrated. Just okay, performance. I just I just wish there was more to it. That made me care about anyone. Anybody in this movie? I will never, ever watch this movie again. It just did nothing for me. Hmm. But would you watch Citizen Kane again? No, that maybe the problem I e been told. Yeah, but no, no, I haven't appreciated, but but I've been told my whole life I was told all throughout film school, you know, you know, I bought into the story of someone tells you something over and over again. You begin to believe it, but I have my own eyes and I've watched it several times and I understand that the execution of it all, but it's just not a very entertaining a great film to make. Wow. Heresy. Heresy. It's just not I would watch 1000 other movies before I watch Citizen Kane. All right. Let's move on to another movie that you might want to watch more than once. It's called Nomad Land and its stars Frances McDormand as a woman named Fern. Who leaves behind her old life to travel around the west in her van, and the trailer is very spare. It doesn't give us much insight into into what's happening there. But she's just walking through her van community like a campground, and here's a clip. Weyland.
"oldman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Streaming service up to Netflix numbers right now they have about 36 38 million subscribers. Disney Plus has 73 million. Netflix has close to 200 million worldwide. So if they do this and HBO Max gets up to 100 million subscribers by the end of next year, this really boosts those numbers. $15 a pop for each of those subscribers were talking $18 billion in screaming alone each year, just from HBO Man. It's becoming the weather, too. Big networks, right will be. This is like when TV came along in the fifties, you know, and, um, it's it's You know, the NBC ABC CBS model, It's gonna be Netflix is going to Warner Brothers, maybe Apple or something along those lines and Yeah, I think. Is it me a seat at the table for traditional broadcast. But that's going to be for people who, too, You know, don't have the wherewithal or the money to pay that screaming feed Jason Nathan's and in Hollywood this morning on 700. W W. With Sloane E. Wells have some streaming stuff to get to today, And let's do that, Um, you know, we talk about movie theaters and the like. But in addition to watching all the Warner Brothers movies if you have HBO next year, lots of new stuff to stream on the platforms that already have this stuff. Like what? Yeah, So if we're not what I meant new stuff That's coming out. What's that this weekend? I'm gonna watch this weekend this weekend s o today. And I think this is a movie That's right up your alley. It's ah Netflix movie called Make And this is getting a whole lot of Oscar buzz. It's ours. Gary Oldman as Herman Mega winces. Who's the guy who wrote Citizen Kane along with Orson Welles and won an Oscar for it? So this is all about the writing of that, and now the history of that is is not as easy and as that were, you know, they wrote it together, and then the film goes on to claim There's a lot of back story behind this, and then some of it's true. Some of it's not. But this is a fascinating movie about the making of one of the biggest classics of all time, Citizen Kane, and it is very, very well done. Gary Oldman is fantastic, and I think going to get an Oscar nomination for this You also have a man inside Fred Lily Collins as well and some other great performances by Charles Dance in a bunch of other people, So, um, it's really good. Directed by David Fincher. It's in black and white, which you know is not in everybody's cup of tea. Um and each. You know he's trying to get very creative with this. It's Ah, you know, it's a movie about a very classic. Fantastic movie, So he tries to really AMP up his game and get kind of interesting with Hey, does stuff with the sound design as well. Which I have to say actually really bothered me if you have. If you're watching this and you have a surround sound system, I would suggest taking the surround sound speakers off. Because there's something really weird that they do with the sound design. And it makes it really echoey and kind of distracted, man. All right, Good. Good to note. There s O make. It's about the making of Citizen Kane. I totally check that out. I haven't seen Citizen Kane in years, but It's either by and and now I'm curious to go back and watch it again after after watching this and getting a lot of the backstory, which again is not all true, but it's since based in interest. But the film itself is manque is is it's the script is really, really good, the dialogue. It's very funny. It's very quick. On bit's fascinating. Alright, so rose, But I don't wanna spoil for you, but rose, but anyway hey, Jason, what else on then? Okay, so other things to watch this weekend is I'll tell you about a couple. Syria's that air coming out, but I can't really recommend them. One is Selina the series based on the popular Kahane pop star who died in the nineties and was huge. I mean, absolutely just a huge, huge star that I think a lot of Americans didn't really know about on go. This is a story about her life. Unfortunately, given who she was and how big she wasn't how important she is to the Mexican American community. Um, this series is not does not do her justice. Uh, on D I can't really recommend it. It's Hand. Yeah, Yeah, This is that because it's really bad. Are you just being a racist? Um, yeah, both because that's always the defense is you don't like it because you're a racist. No, it's just not good. Yeah, it's just not good, And that's unfortunate. I think because, um and I read a review by very prominent Mexican American writer who said that, you know, The shame of this is that they? You know, we don't get a whole lot of stuff for for Mexican Americans like there's not a whole lot of theories that really speak to us, And here's something that's going to speak to us, and we're going to watch it because we want to watch stuff about our people. But when you give us bad stuff, and then we say it's bad, and nobody watches it. And then you don't give us anything else. Uh, so here's the real catch 22. So it was like the ones that the wonder Woman movie with the director or so because everyone's a sexist know it just sucked, right? Exactly. Yeah, that's that's That's the shame of it in a nutshell. Um, Also did I see Bryan Cranston has something this weekend is the next week and I really wanted to like this because I love Bryan Cranston, some Showtime It's a kind of legal crime drama called Your Honor, in which he plays a judge in New Orleans..
Why the Treasury wants its money back
"There are days of which this is one when we are obliged by the news to get just detached down in the weeds so we will because we have to. But we'll do it gently back in march in the cares act. Congress authorized the treasury department to let the federal reserve us about four hundred and fifty billion dollars to fund. A bunch of fed lending programs programs that would and remember back in march and april. The fear factor was pretty high in this economy. Right these programs would stabilize credit markets. And in a way thus backstop the whole economy. Well yesterday treasury secretary steven mnuchin. Told jay powell. He wants the money back. In other words those lending programs the secretary said are none the fed not known for its political loquaciousness. Said in a statement. Yesterday afternoon it would prefer the money and the emergency programs. Stay where they are. But after noon sherpao roach secretary mnuchin and told him the money's on the way so we will get to the what it all means thing with lopez and genus smile. Like in a minute but first marketplace abbreviation shore with what exactly these programs did in different ways. These programs all allowed the fed to get down and dirty in the mud of credit market so for example a couple of them allowed the fed to actually buy corporate bonds another loved the fed to buy short-term bonds from state and local governments another allowed to indirectly by up car loans and student loans they essentially stood there and said you know we'll be a buyer of these things will support these markets yousef obasi is global market strategist at stone ex. Now the reason we care that the fed could buy these securities. Is that for a while. They're in this pandemic. It was looking like nobody else would and if nobody wants to buy up for example loans. People aren't going to get as many loans and loans are what kept some businesses. Live and local governments functioning. You're talking about essentially the entire credit markets could've yearly froze if the fed didn't step in with these facilities the fed supported credit market so credit markets could support people. Chris campbell is chief strategist at duff and phelps and former assistant secretary of the treasury they allow for serbia liquidity or money available to banks or institutions to have them to be able to lend you money by all accounts. These programs worked. Edward altman is professor of finance emeritus at nyu. The treasury felt that it has succeeded so well that it's no longer necessary. Oldman sees that is. Ill advised to give them the looming threat of further shutdowns but secretary mnuchin has said businesses need grants now not loans. The four hundred and fifty. Five billion dollars in question could be re purposed into a miniature stimulus. Deal before a new president is sworn
"oldman" Discussed on KCRW
"And then he turns 24 Gary Oldman's Manc will let his assistant leader do the typing as he dictates the story of wealth and power undone centered on a man Another roll smoking a pipe, who more than mildly resembles newspaper tycoon William Randolph Hearst, Never Asia on emperor of news friend. And while he's doing that the film starts jumping around in time, just like the script, his crafting back to win a much in demand. Manc was forever popping onto movie sets, including one for a Western, where Hurst was directing his mistress, Marion Davies. She awaiting the cavalry tied to a stake. Well, what stake here we met at John Gilbert's birthday. You're Herman Mankowitz guilty. And I remember you, Ms Davis Rig ailing is for stories about dodging trolley cars in Brooklyn. Your Flatbush was showing A few more quips, and he's invited to dinner at San Simeon as a sort of Hearst household court jester with no one the wiser that they're becoming screenplay Father director David Fincher films all of this in silvery black and white with plenty of Hollywood lore, not to let the brothers march wait in my office ever. They've been grilling hot dogs again and frequent shout outs to the movie. He's celebrating whiskey bottle dropping from banks, hand say in a shot, much like the one where a snow globe slipped from Cane's Mr Maker with and where Citizen Kane has a leading lady. Who's a would be opera singer. Manc has spoken soliloquies that play like arias. Studio head, Louis B. Mayer delivers a.
"oldman" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This week waited with a strong recommendation for having students physically present. In schools. The American Academy of Pediatrics says continuing remote learning will increase social isolation, caused further learning loss and exacerbate inequalities. Joining us now to discuss what schools are planning for this fall. Jill Tucker K 12 education reporter at the San Francisco Chronicle. Welcome, Jill. Good morning. Thank you. Good morning. Glad to have you also glad to have Tanya Altmann with those pediatrician at the Calabasas Pediatrics and Spokesperson for the American Academy of Pediatrics. Welcome, Dr Oldman. Good morning. Thank you for having me on glad to have you and welcome and will also welcome Mariah Fisher, who's president of the Nevada Federation of Teachers, and she's also apparent with kids in the vital school district. Good morning, Mariah Fisher. Morning. Thank you for having me glad to have all of you and I'm going to begin. If I major Tucker with you, and let's begin by just talking about the divide here. On the one hand, we have pediatricians who are urging back in school and schools opening and on the other hand of the CDC. Talking about really going and sticking with remote learning to a greater extent than you have. Parents and parents who are Concern, especially parents of medically vulnerable kids or concern about other family members being infected. So you really have a major divide here, don't we? Yes. We definitely have a major divide. I've seen some of the debate come out and Protests and petitions when when counties have started releasing their plant and you know you have you have the foot parents who are very weary of being at home and they want their kids back in school. You have teachers and others that are concerned about that about their own health and others health If everybody returns to school, you know, So there really is this huge divide of what is the best thing to do in terms of of kids and education in the middle of a pandemic, And they're also a normal enormous number of challenges. I mean, if the schools do open, they're gonna have to open with Mindfulness about all the things that need to be done in terms of safety or security. Yes, Definitely. This is not only expensive but logistically complicated. You know, Normally, classes of kids are generally 25 to maybe 35 kids. Trying to space desks six feet apart or put dividers in between kids in the classroom says have some county plans have recommended if they can't space students. It is difficult. I mean, school starts in two months or so for many districts and so trying to figure out what is the best plan on DH, then implement that. Will be very difficult in this in this short time frame. And as we're seeing cases increase across California across the country, it's growing, you know, a perv all to schools and counties as they try to figure out how to open up We can assume I suppose, to some degree that we'll see all kinds of differences because it would appear that each county is goingto go along to opening on its own pace or what it decides whether it's hybridizing, remote learning or just opening completely, for example. Eastside Santos, a school district once more students to learn home this fall, and then you've written a good deal about Santa Clara with the whole road road map just released yesterday. That would mean going back to school. Yeah, definitely. I mean, not only our county is going to be offering different plans and different advices to school districts. But then each district is really the ones that they're the ones that are gonna adopt the plan. So in one county, you may have like in Marin County. Some schools are planning to re opened with all kids back or some districts and schools. And then other districts air, creating hybrid plans or going Tio coldest morning in the fall. It really is based on what their capacity is what their teachers unions are looking for, because all of this has to be negotiated the working conditions how much money they have to implement these things. On DH, you know whether they have the space or or even in parts of California, the outdoor climate to hold classes outside which which a lot of health officials are recommending. We're going to see completely different scenarios from school to school district, a district in county to county in the fall. You know, some schools are simply too small and some don'thave the outside room that they need and their budget cuts, which involved Custodians who are no longer able to do the kind of sanitizing that would be enquired required. Jill Tucker again. K 12 education reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle. Tiny Ellman is also with us this our pediatrician Calabasas Pediatrics and spokesperson for the American Academy of Pediatrics. And as a spokesperson for the American Association of Pediatrics and See the Academy of Pediatrics. Dr. Altman I'd like to Just get your sense of what's really important about moving toward opening and what is really seen as being the necessity of reopening fully. Well, I do think that you know many all the points that Jill brought up are valid and it is going to vary from area to area. I'm a school physician down in Southern California and work within advised many schools down here, and it's really going to be school leaders, local public health officials and parents working together to ensure the safety for Children, teachers and staff, and each plan is going to need to be flexible and ready to switch gear is based on the community's prevalence. So even the schools that are starting In person fully may need to be able to switch to remote learning. You know if we see the numbers go up, so I think these are all very valid issues. You know, As a pediatrician, though, we have seen some of the negative impact of the kids who have been home since March and again. It's not every community across the country. It doesn't very depending on areas that that kid's the kids livin, but for many being remote school just Simply isn't a healthy option for them and their families. And so I think, to the extent that we can all work together to get kids back to school as much as possible. You know, that would really be best. And if you look at the American accounted pediatrics, plans or guidelines that just came out, you know it. Really. There are really a lot of examples. So, for instance, desk don't need to be six feet apart. If you look at the data of death three feet apart, which of the W H O guidelines on what they use in many countries around the world. As long as kids are wearing masks. It's virtually the same masked with three feet is the famous 60. So for older kids Middle school high school, you know, I think that is much more feasible. When I've mapped out classrooms throughout Southern California, it makes a huge difference if you're talking about three feet or six feet. Also ISA difference between lower grade students because they're perhaps less accessible or less vulnerable. I should say to the infection fewer than 2% under 18. According to CDC and possibly even less transmissible, But we're also seeing a lot of concern. And I want to ask you about this specifically about the uncertainty with respect to the multi system Inflammatory syndrome, also very similar. In many physicians minds to Kawasaki disease. This is at the point of kind of low numbers now, but there's a rare disease, but it's a disease that could proliferate and gets much stronger in numbers. Yes, You're right. You know, we are seeing that Copan, 19 appears to be a differently in Children and teens. You know when compared with other respiratory viruses, such as our CM flew that we do see outbreaks, you know, in classrooms throughout the state every winter, and although you know there's still much to learn. The evidence does show that kids and teens are less likely to have symptoms or severe disease. They're less likely to become infected and spread infection. I think These are also you know, very important points when we're looking at getting kids, doctor, the classroom Now am I see is a serious illness, and it seems to be sort of a late Stage of having Kobe 19. So the kids that are getting this are not ones that have the fever. The cough, whose parents have been 19 at this time, but rather their families who were exposed to the virus, weeks before enough, didn't necessarily realise it or the parents had Kobe 19 The kids seemed fine, and then they started to get sick. A few weeks later. The good news is that it is rare. And I do think the major university hospitals and Children's hospitals throughout the country are now very good at treating it and I know down here in Southern California at our local Children's hospital, you know, we've had many cases and the kids have all Come out, Okay, now that we know what to do, and we are treating it very similar. The Kawasaki's yet differently because it's also you know, has its own nuances in terms of the parts of the body to parts of the heart and blood vessels that that it effects. So I think this is something that you know you can see with any virus and again. This is why teachers school nurses, pediatricians need to be aware if you have kids with fever for more than a few days that are not getting better. That looked really stick that have abdominal pain, Diarrhea, super lethargic. You need to see your pediatrician right away. But pediatricians know how to identify this illness very quickly and get kids.
"oldman" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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Acclaimed 'Beasts of No Nation' Author, Uzodinma Iweala, on Science, Power, and Race
"Living on the time of the Cova epidemic or corona virus. I just read something that made me laugh because someone said something like the Covet Nineteen virus which came out of China's an intelligent. It's not like he bowl which is rather dumb virus now. Obviously bullet comes out of the continent of Africa just like just think about that framework and that construct and what has been printed in a major magazine virus from Africa dumb virus virus from China. Smart virus you know. I say this about the corona virus like virus had emerged in the Netherlands. Just think about the way it would have been reported from the outset. Think about what would have happened. If it had merged in on the continent of Africa and the American President Donald Trump has been gratuitously coaling sods cove to the virus behind the current covet non epidemic the Chinese virus. Let's be clear your respective of what species and what place a virus might have been forced to take the dean pandemics. Have NO ETHNICITY. Science tells us that medical history tells us that but as we're about to explore xenophobic conclusions drawn from scientific observations can have an enormous impact on the course of history and on people's lives while is a novelist. He's a doctor a filmmaker and a whole lot more in his early twenty while still in college studying literature. He wrote the critically acclaimed novel baseds of Nine Nation which tells the extraordinary story of a child soldier. A little boy recruited given again and sent to wage a war in two thousand fifteen. That book was turned into a film. Don't like really look into my eyes since my nose picking is because I can't be explaining myself and leaving a damn not like be I am leg. Oldman try to talk to me about movies variances. I saw this an idea there would is. It would seem that some sort of this on Devon all this. I also having us I was really lucky to have the opportunity to write that novel diving. Into the stories of child. Soldiers around the world but mostly specifically in countries like Sierra Leone and Liberia which had just kind of come out of their own internal conflicts at the time and then of course going back and talking with relatives. My parents my grandparents aunts and uncles great aunts and uncles about their time during the Nigerian civil war from nineteen sixty six really sixty seven three thousand nine hundred seventy and trying to understand not just what it's like to experience that kind of turmoil from the perspective of a child but also what. It's like to have everything that you thought. You knew that you understood blown open tournament and and unfortunately that's an all too common and all to universal subject after painting beasts of no nation Dima went on to train as a doctor right more books including speak no evil and Al kind of people. He worked for a time as well in health policy in Africa and today he's of the Africa Center in New York City. A storm speak at last year's will conference of Science. Journalists Center. Really wanted you to have the opportunity to he him too. So he joins us from the radio art studios in the heart of New York. You had such an interesting childhood. Born in Washington to Nigerian parents mother a former finance minister of Nigeria. And growing up. I get the sense that you very much spent time on on both continents and I'm curious to know. Have that shaped your sense of self as a as a boy and a young adult. My parents took it upon themselves to make sure that we could always get back to Nigeria. That this was to be so much a part of who we were growing up and it really did actually provide us with a really interesting way of seeing the world. You're not from one place near not from another place. You're from both places. It's kind of a glorious thing to be able to grow up knowing that there are multiple perspectives on everything in the world. What someone sees for example in the village that my grandparents grew up in is necessarily going to be from what somebody sees in suburban Washington? Dc things might be a little bit more difficult in Nigeria. But at the same time everybody is still living. I think that's something that a lot of people who only grow up saying in industrialized if we WANNA use that term or you know United States type or western context don't have and therefore very afraid of the wider world beyond. We just grew up not being afraid because of exposure and I think that's so important. Oh that's such a potent comment about FIA holding back so much dialogue and possibility in the world. Why a medical degree trying to be a doctor? Why did you save that time in your life as a part of any decision? I think there are multiple reasons for why you do something and not all of them are the most. I will freely admit that I did medicine because my dad's a doctor and you can kind of see okay. This is what a doctor does. You see the stethoscope. You see the medicines. It's already very concrete. You know in the little kids mind and as as the kid of African immigrants. There's this thing where you do. The practical like you become a doctor. You become a lawyer and then you think that the way that you have impact is through those practical professions. I think of course. There's this idea that doctors save people and that you can have a profound impact on on a person's life and so you know with all of that. It seemed like a natural choice. I think it became clear to me that one of the things that was missing was for me in full form. Was that creative output that flow and that ability to render the world as I saw an as sort of my talent allowed me to and I think one person can have an impact in multiple ways. Interestingly in many ways you work and your books have connected with how history in politics and in Dade Science and medicine in Western societies read and interpret and Judge View African bodies. If we think of the base of nomination also your your book. Our kind of people sharing stories from people living with HIV is in in Nigeria. That lenses interested you. It strikes me in house and I. I think you can't grow up in a black body and you can't occupy the space as an African person. Occupies space in this world is offering person or as a black person without thinking about the gains that is upon you because in in many ways that gains does and has adversely affected the lives that we all live both again in a very individual way and also on the macro level and so understanding. How black bodies move through space are interpreted? I think is something that's really important to me. And I say that not just from the Games of the other but also from the the way that we look at ourselves and this is where you presented last year at the World Conference of Science Journalists in Europe and gave extraordinary address on racism at the heart of modern science and medicine. What did you want that audience of journalists and scientists and? I was one of them in that room to think about to interrogate. I think oftentimes we just assume that the structures we operate within our for one solid and somehow especially when it comes to signs that they're they're vetted and true and one of the things that became increasingly clear to me. As I wrote the book I wrote on HIV AIDS was just how much quote unquote scientific. Ideas were grounded in people's biases and prejudices about black bodies and how that impacted the quote unquote science or signs. At least that initially was dedicated to trying to stop the epidemic and in some cases may have done more harm than good. Initially I think back to a lot of the articles that when I was writing my book I read about HIV AIDS academic articles about sort of the linking of the spread of HIV AIDS and promiscuity. And the idea that Africans were having sex like monkeys where promiscuous like monkeys like which came up in published scientific papers and then is it makes its way into the journalistic mainstream this idea of like African promiscuity as it relates to the spread of this disease you know things about like Africanness and and being unable to quote unquote keep the time why early. Hiv treatments which required like large. Regimens of pills like wouldn't work for people. And that was you know story that made it into major publications impacted policy that impacted the way the epidemic was dealt with you know these are things that are important and people need to be responsible for the way these stories are told and need to think about the frameworks in which the stories are
"oldman" Discussed on WTVN
"Noyes Charles Keating meeting five yes he's in Romeo is bleeding with Gary Oldman secretariat about a horse he's in species to all easy easy to use in spider man three anybody likes to talk about one I'm actually shocked neither of you got Star Trek first contact he plays doctors up from Cochran never seen that he's in pain with James Gardner about a guy's deals of the eighties he is and you see here the promise which came on twenty sixteen was in the front person brit Christian bale circuits with Bruce Willis usually plays the administrator heavy bad guy in there you go man never seem to remember a bunch of his TV roles more because again that was the last one that I have these but he was on American horror story for season the **** down because he was in six feet under he was in I know for sure he was in an episode to give me a break because he almost cost no her GED he was also on star Star Trek the next generation and several roles yeah is on on the family of a recurring role as stress can ham you it was the the Bob Hope the loading dock he was also an episode of three's company where he was a cop who harassed Christy because he thought she was a hooker strain yeah yes yeah kids there if you.
Court Refuses to Block Netflix Release of ‘The Laundromat’
"Netflix has released a movie based on the so called Panama papers despite attempts by two lawyers to stop the streaming premier the laundromat starring Gary Oldman Antonio Banderas and Meryl Streep debuted Friday on Netflix after a limited release in theaters to Panamanian lawyer student flicks in federal court in Connecticut a few days earlier saying the movie defame them and could prejudice criminal cases against them Netflix asked the judge to dismiss the suit but didn't address the allegations the Panama papers were more than eleven million documents leak from the two lawyers firm that shed light on how the rich hide their money a judge ruled there was no valid reason to file the case in Connecticut in order to transfer to the Los Angeles area federal court
Court Refuses to Block Netflix Release of ‘The Laundromat’
"Netflix has released a movie based on the so called Panama papers despite attempts by two lawyers to stop the streaming premier the laundromat starring Gary Oldman Antonio Banderas and Meryl Streep debuted Friday on Netflix after a limited release in theaters to Panamanian lawyer student flicks in federal court in Connecticut a few days earlier saying the movie defame them and could prejudice criminal cases against them Netflix asked the judge to dismiss the suit but didn't address the allegations the Panama papers were more than eleven million documents leak from the two lawyers firm that shed light on how the rich hide their money a judge ruled there was no valid reason to file the case in Connecticut in order to transfer to the Los Angeles area federal court
Court Refuses to Block Netflix Release of ‘The Laundromat’
"The laundromat starring Gary Oldman Antonio Banderas and Meryl Streep debuted Friday on Netflix after a limited release in theaters to Panamanian lawyer student flicks in federal court in Connecticut a few days earlier saying the movie defame them and could prejudice criminal cases against them Netflix asked the judge to dismiss the suit but didn't address the allegations the Panama papers were more than eleven million documents leak from the two lawyers firm that shed light on how the rich hide their money a judge ruled there was no valid reason to file the case in Connecticut in order to transfer to the Los Angeles area federal court
Judy Movie Review: Renée Zellweger Plays Judy Garland
"The new bio pic Judy Stars Renee Zellweger as the singer and Hollywood star Judy Garland during the final months of her life. Judy Garland was forty seven when she died in London in nineteen sixty nine. I found critic Justin. Chang has the view Academy Awards voters can rarely resist a celebrity impersonation judging by some of star turns that have won. Oscars occurs in recent years. These aren't just performances their jaw dropping feats of mimicry. Gary Oldman is Winston Churchill Rami. Malik is Freddie Ready Mercury. The new film judy is being sold along similar lines. Renee Zellweger is Judy Garland to judge by the breathless hype that has greeted the movie movie so far. The approach seems to be paying off what makes judy unusually fascinating for an otherwise standard celebrity bio-pic is that saw waker isn't isn't Judy Garland. Her transformation is impressive but hardly definitive even with the help of a dark wig and skillful makeup and prosthetics she she doesn't exactly disappear into the role of the beloved singer and actress who captivated the public in movies like the wizard of Oz and Mimi and Saint Louis but even even if you don't always believe you're in the presence of Garland Zellwegger nearly makes up in raw emotional commitment what she lacks embarrassing militated her intensely sleep felt gopher broke performance sometimes runs the risk of overwhelming this sturdy screen adaptation of Peter quilter stage play and of the Rainbow Judy begins with one of several flashbacks to the teenage garland on the set of the wizard of Oz showing us how the industry created and destroyed her in in the same breath her body image are ruthlessly controlled by the powerful. MGM Studio Head Louis B. Mayer who puts her on a strict diet and gives gives her barbiturates amphetamines setting in motion the substance abuse problem that she will struggle with for the rest of her life
Renée Zellweger, Judy Garland, controlled and created (and fed drugs) by Hollywood's studio system
"AIR the new biopic Judy stars Renee Zellweger as the singer and Hollywood star Judy Garland during the final months of her life Judy Garland was forty seven when she died in London in nineteen sixty nine I film critic Justin Chang has this review Academy Awards voters can rarely resist a celebrity impersonation judging by some of the star turns that have won Oscars in recent years these are just performances their jaw dropping feats of mimicry Gary Oldman is Winston Churchill rami Malek is Freddie Mercury the new film Judy is being sold along similar lines Renee Zellweger is Judy Garland to judge by the breathless hype that has greeted the movie so far the approach seems to be paying off what makes Judy unusually fascinating for an otherwise standard celebrity biopic is that so worker isn't Judy Garland her transformation is impressive but hardly definitive even with the help of a dark wig and skillful makeup and prosthetics she doesn't exactly disappear into the role of the beloved singer and actress who captivated the public in movies like the wizard of oz and meet me in St Louis but even if you don't always believe you're in the presence of garland Zellweger nearly makes up in raw emotional commitment what she lacks in verisimilitude her intensely felt go for broke performance sometimes runs the risk of overwhelming this sturdy screen adaptation of Peter quilters stage play end of the rainbow. Judy begins with one of several flashbacks to the teenage garland on the set of the wizard of oz showing us how the industry created and destroyed her in the same breath her body an image or ruthlessly controlled by the powerful MGM studio head Louis B. Mayer who puts on a strict diet and gives her barbiturates amphetamines setting in motion the substance abuse problem that she will struggle with for the rest of her life but most of the movie is set in nineteen sixty nine long after her Hollywood heyday and mere months before her death at the age of forty seven Judy is now broke and virtually homeless dragging herself from one crummy Ellie club performance to another we meet her eldest child Liza Minnelli at a house party and also Judy's third husband Sydney loft who takes custody of their two young children well she reluctantly books a gig at the talk of the town night club in London although she's devastated at being separated from her kids Judy has little choice but to work overseas were her fans can still be counted on to turn out in full force. in London Judy's depression and insomnia quickly take over she pops pills skips rehearsals and nearly misses opening night but when she stumbles into the spotlight and starts crooning by myself and the trolley song her confidence come surging back and she enjoys having an appreciative crowd again. one night after a show Judy feeling lonely the friends an adoring couples Stan and Dan and joins them for a late dinner at their apartment in a touching scene damn played by Andy Nyman reminds Judy how much she means to her many gay fans sweet this you can't seem. sometimes I spy to get out there.
"oldman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"This is the lawyers who sue brokers. Here's what they say. Quote with the new rule investors are left believing that they're brokers will do what's best for them. When, in fact, there brokers may still be influenced by insidious conflicts of interest. The rule does not prevent brokers from doing what is best for themselves. This is a very. Disappointing result from the SEC after almost a decade to review this issue in many ways, investors will be actually worse off than before as the SEC calls the rule best interests that suggests the standards of conduct for those in the brokerage industry been increased to essentially, if standard, but the rule falls far short of that standard. Those in the brokerage industry will be able to tout that they are acting in their clients best interest by following the rule. But the reality will be that the business will be business as usual for the brokerage industry. This was a missed opportunity. The SEC is going back to the days of caveat emptor expecting investors to figure out how to protect themselves. What does everybody hate this rule is everybody opposed? Well, not everybody Cephas loves it. That's the trade group of the securities industry Sieff Sifni released a statement saying, quote the rule will impose materially, heightened standard of conduct for broker dealers when sir. Irving, retail clients, and the investment adviser association says quote the rule doesn't weaken the standard. The standard is just as strong always been. So what does all this mean for you? I will tell you when we come back stay with us. For more on the Rick Oldman show, the SEC's, new regulation, BI regulation best interests. What does it mean for you? What does it mean for your relationship with your financial adviser?.
"oldman" Discussed on WBAI
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"oldman" Discussed on For Your Reference
"Those Gary Oldman, wasn't it. Old men and call to people let's say, I'm a fan of all the Gary oldman's. And if you wanna have a wine Barry out there. What are the Gary is? Pitic tick only, Gary I can think of is SpongeBob snail. His name was Gary alsi. I don't think you're ever. What spongebob? Yeah. It wasn't a fan. Really get there's like a squid a handsome Squidward hole in your heart. That's a main as Welby out and think it's on some. But no, there's a handsome. Just for the phonetics. I'm going to Google handsome Squidward right now. I guess this would be helpful. If you ever saw a video of our podcast, but you kind of have just just just to deal without reactions. So I need you OT. I've googled handsome Squidward. And I now need you to react appropriately. Because came in mind, there's no visual for our handful of dedicated listen, and we love you guys, by the way, feel free to send us a lion on Hello at if y podcast com. Love to hear from you. But again, I'm going to shirty handsome Squidward. And let's get his initial first thoughts and reactions again, they don't have a visual. So you'll need to react accordingly. This is handsome Squidward. It looks like the mosque, right? This is goals. Babe. It looks like Jim Carey's the mask the internet is lost on you. Log off, sir. Unsubscribe? Just just born before everything went to shit Egan abandoned, all to hell, you you're gonna die glorious Steph Scully, I'll see you in Valhalla. Let's continue on. I don't think. I even mentioned Gary cole- played Bill Limbaugh. I didn't even mentioned he played. They got. And then we've also got Ritchie real who plays Tom as well. So let's let's leave it there. 'cause I'm pretty sure if you've got some working internet connection to even listen to this episode, you probably have enough to go onto and listen to read more about the cactus. If you're interested. So yeah, this is credit for my judge a u acquainted with the masterpiece works of basam, Butthead and king of the hill. So funny thing is be listened. It wasn't that big. And kenya. Is that funny? No, really. What you want? What do you? What's a lot of shows? Whatever their reference beavers in headers this. Yeah, classic thing. And it didn't really get much attention back in Kenya. And we knew of it to a level is just like, nah, nah. Really, not fos say king of the hill. Ran from nineteen ninety seven to two thousand ten shit, right? Obviously probably jumped the shark well before two thousand and ten as many shows of this sort of format do. I think king of the hill was. Disjointed from my sort of experiences as a Brown Bill in our stray, Leo. We what's it together? Incre-? We did we did try wants to together. But just just a my childhood refinement. You. We were barely allowed to citizens. So what? Yeah. Right. What's wrong with the Simpsons? It's the most BG thing other. My my my mom, and my auntie, it just it just wasn't for the culture. And it wasn't for our religion. We just went allowed to watch it. Right crazy. Even though I'm pretty sure I've seen many of my uncles. Choke. They kids out like did like Herman did with bought. That's probably the most relatable thing I've ever seen. But yes, so I guess it's even that's only days it wasn't that controversial the Simpsons right on. I think just in general because it did do things that went out at the time. It wasn't necessarily welcomed in the living rooms of families. Strange. I mean, ethnic families. Sorry, we used to watch the Simpsons. Our remember I was a kid. We'd just sit there with the whole family and watch it really that. Again, we watched raunchy music videos together tip drill with your family. Not to that extent. The clean version of tutorials. Like, two seconds. We just been look at each other. When we saw sexy women in bikinis or whatever just status green. Don't Luke the sided. You're good. Really, my my family is so culturally and religiously repressed that they would actually blame us kids that the sex is happening on TV. Not like that made no sense at all. And they would get angry at us that it was happening. Like if we will do it to happen. Well, Morenz didn't really kill always on TV unless as long as got to watch the news on whatever programs. They wanted. Then there was just off even if to just chilling. Yeah. Because tip her was very educational Shoji how to make effective transactions. Exactly. How else would you know, how to swap your card? Acquaintance. Because it must be as an Amy face. He gives us a good thing. Two things betwixt each other. So let's go office space, which may be just as exciting. Like, we've we've eaten away from the most exciting topic of this episode. If you're interested in talking more about tip German, our experiences growing up without repressed religious families feel free to let us know. Because that was just the tip of the iceberg if you'll pardon the tip.
"oldman" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Yeah. No, I agree with you. They were expensive shows to produce. I think Netflix have moved beyond the point where they needed them. I think when they first started doing that will you know, they they needed that boost needed that prestige. I don't think that they do incredible original programming now. So I think they have evolved me on the need for this. But you know, hopefully, we'll see this again. And hopefully with you know, fingers crossed. It would be amazing some of the same people buying them. The costing was extraordinarily. It calls one one of my weirdest. Most real set fits experiences at empire was the day. I flew to New York I landed in New York at three pm. I got the Brooklyn of our four four thirty pm checked into my hotel. I had half an hour's nap in hotel. I was picked up. I was driven to the set of the punish your season one. I was onset of the punish. He's one for about six hours. Spokesman good friend Johnny Burnsville birthday, buddy. And had a bit of a blast. An went from there to the set of the defenders. Onset of the defenders until six in the morning. By the if you think I was incoherent in the interview Jason Clark, I interviewed Vinne Jones have not really seen anything that he'd been in. Or, you You know, know. had no real awareness of my surroundings or indeed anything, and it's the most incoherent I've ever been. I think at one point I fell asleep. Mid question is that was I was incredible experience fell asleep twenty twelve really story. Vancouver slept on remember being woken up to Gun Talk to John Cusack. About was. I mean, we would neither of us at best. The best sleep deprived interviewing. I remember. I did a night. She baby driver how so wiped out by the end I asked right? The worst question I've ever asked anyone I said if this was a call speed. I remember he just looked at me and said, no, no. The question. It was great. He was very tight as well. So it was it was point. But we we've bounced question we bounce back. It's not that's the second. Best question you've ever asked. The the first the best question you've ever asked. Was you ask Gary Oldman in panic run out of things to ask him? You have you ever played a mayor? I wish I could say that. It was the first question. The It first was the first question. question. I'll tell you why. Because his manager Doug a bonski plays about ski in or does he play Mary. He's also he'll say pops up. Gary Oldman films does roles played a mayor in something. And I was talking Doug about skiing the corridor. Just before I went in and faced with Gary Oldman, and I did panic. On the mind have you ever played? He actually gave it some real fort. And then he went not think I have. It was it was a real life point. Have you ever played an ombudsman? Here's a list of. Played a caterer. Honestly, genuinely that questions. Amazing. Is it that that's an amazing question? I'm not embarrassed to show the story until now so we're all sharing here..
"oldman" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"You could catch Chris on net. Flicks on comedians of the world. What another a was thirty minutes. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Terrific thirty minutes set. And if you wanna catch this beautiful man on tour, go to crystalise dot com slash tour. Now before we get into anything, Chris. And I welcome back. And thank you for being for having me back. There's something that I think is urgent need to show you. So this is a trailer from two thousand and three for movie called tip toes. Okay. All right. And it's gum already in. And so it starring Matthew, mcconaughey. Gary Oldman Peter Dink lidge. Kate Beck and sell. This is a powerhouse our power but back then they were big to right for sure. Suffer heater glitch because that was forgiven runs. Right. He was not big now. But he's a big now either is he's not big now INSERM ways. But in other ways. He's us. All right, cool. So here we go this year. Was right there. Now, I don't know if you ready for what you're about to seek, and I was in the first time I've pretty much game for anything McConnell as then. You be the judge. Israel and Stevens life together was perfect. Going right. The second. Maybe. And there's one small. I'm his brother we twins chance. It can tear them apart. I think you're gonna let me know that everyone in your pants amid. Not minutes. Carol. This is real. Gary oldman. Yes, I'm Steven. You are. This is Stephen father Bruno MS Malone, Kathleen at over behind the bars students, brother Ralph. He.
"oldman" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"And it's Joel Arnon Nilsson has flown and the Greek producer from the twentieth century new regency and a couple of other people, and they they pick this scene. And I I go I look at him, we lock eyes, and he looks at me, and I take my fingers like a gun, and I put it, you know, I'm gonna kill a call on comb at him. And he just flips me over in the middle of the Marco telling I hit, I bang my head on the side. I come up, and I'm I'm in there's Wilson. And I'm like, I'm Mona kill. I'm what I'm bleeding. I'm leading outta my I in it's but it's in there. It's nothing nothing unsafe. We both know and we get done, and we're breathing like two bulls. And Joel stands up and Joel there and Schumacher and Armagh Milton and are not I'll never forget, this aren't onset. This is why I love making movies, and they go you both got the role. Oh, wow. Wow. I couldn't I mean thinking about it. Now, I get even emotional thinking about like, I ran down that street down park. Screaming? Anybody would? And these are the days to like when I was. I I figured out a way after graduating from SUNY purchase how I wanna be around greatness. It'd be on feel greatness and acting. So I got a job as a night guy fill in at at a central park ho building Dustin Hoffman lived there. Steve Morton live there. It was. And I got to see Hoffman at least twice a day walk out an end of the Bill, and he was getting ready for like just unhook and Gary Oldman would walk by. And I'd be like, I'm gonna work. Would you someday? Gary Oldman, Michael Douglas, live next like these were people, you know. And and I remember Gary all those these were it was you know, that romantic time that you hope you never lose as an actor. Right. You know, I think if you lose it you just go do something else. You know? That's it though, something that we say all the time. If you don't think this is cool, then you should probably do something else. Because it should always be not every aspect is going to be the greatest thing in the world. But it's pretty cool and an exciting. You know, I think I do you work with somebody were very fond of no we've had here on this show. Catherine hardware. Luther talked how she she who know their special called her early. She was coming off of, you know, set designing hell, yeah. That's a it's a whole. She was in a whole other. It's it's crazy to think of you know, you come across you come across people in you. You just know they're special and new in the room with their Jeremy Renner, and I played Reuters in that thing he and you knew she was special you knew she loved actors and she loved the process of, you know, building, you know. And I that's to me. I that's what I become really fond of directors that they love actors that you bring stuff in. And you know, you're calling them at three in the morning are texting in at three in the morning, Tim, Ben, Pat, and and at three oh five about a fight scene. In boardwalk, you're hitting Catherine hard with about, you know, I think I I remember God crazy stuff. But I did and do. Played one of the two brothers that were from the beach, and I would go every morning on the way to the set down there and at a milk jug. And I'd go to go to the Pacific at put salt water in it, and I would pour all of my because salt water in the air like he'd been surfing that morning. You know, a that was the thing that dropped me in on on that character, you know? So, but yes, she special and we knew she was special. So what did you study at purchase? Well, it's a conservatory. So it's four years mandatory for years. So you're there with either with acting first year acting speech voice, and then you're studying the classics, everyone shit Shakespeare Strandberg Ibsen, do, you know, check off everything you just immersed in it. And I got lucky I had a had a woman..
"oldman" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"I I didn't realize this more people live in Bangladesh than Russia. Ooh. Bangladesh, teeny little I mean, it's a T, but it's not very big. And then you think of Russia, which is the largest land land wise nation on earth a lot of on livable space. Yeah. Russia. Yeah. But the population of Bangladesh is one hundred sixty three million Russia's one hundred forty four point three. That's that's. In a room of Twenty-three people. There's better than a fifty fifty percent chance that two of the people have the same birthday. With just twenty three people in a room. That's suppose. He math right there, Betty white is older than sliced bread. Just had a birthday seven now. She looks great for ninety seven doesn't she? She looks really good. This one is kind of interesting Gary Oldman is younger than Gary Numan. Never Gary Numan. They're in my car. Cars wherever can affect was really proud of themselves. They were because Gary Oldman is Gary Numan cute. Right. Abandoned tree near Calcutta. India is bigger than your average. Walmart a big tree. That's the big tree. It looks like a million different trees, I'll put together. But it's a big tree. I guess they consider it one. Now, I've heard this. I knew this fact, the US air force lost in nuclear bomb somewhere off the coast of Georgia just fell out of the plane into the ocean. Songcraft if we just dropped that. Let's hope it doesn't go off. Homeboys? It no one else. Find nobody knows where it is air force pilot dropped the bomb into the water outside. It's van Georgia Georgia after colliding with another plane in nineteen fifty eight during a training mission. The US navy searched for the bomb for months and never found. It. How weird is that? Wow. An update on that. I think right today, the US military advises that it stay in its resting place. If it's undisturbed the bomb poses. No risk. Yeah. Well, that's that's my that's my issue. Yeah. Somebody might go into Serb it that would be bad. So check this out. I thought they found it. But I guess maybe they were just looking for it recently. And look what came up amateur divers fine long lost nuclear warhead. This is dated is that a real story. I don't know this couple of days ago, look at this. I gotta find out because there's more to this. What's the website? Here we go. It's not it's I think I think you're right. I don't think it's not really grief. It's still out there. It's one of those stories. Really careful of that. Did you really just oh, I'm excited to see that good? Here's another amazing fact that sounds like it's not true Cleopatra lived closer to the time Pizza Hut. Was founded then to the time. The Egyptian pyramids were built. That's amazing too. It's incredible pyramids at Giza were built around twenty five hundred BC twenty five hundred Cleopatra died in thirty BC. So yeah, that's that's closer Pizza Hut. Then. Did you know this cashews grow in the bottom of a fruit called a cashew? Apple, well, I didn't know that is this the link if I want to send us out. No, no. Relax down slide people. Right. We're good. Home alone was released closer to the mood landing than it was to today. So home alone came out in nineteen ninety that was twenty one years after the moon landing. It's been twenty seven years since. Typically doesn't seem to me nineteen ninety seems like you know, a couple of weeks ago. Sure does. And then you think could gully nineteen ninety was twenty nine years ago. That's it's actually painful it actually hurts me to we could We have. could have seem so good. Avoid the mistake. That was Bill Clinton. Honey, never expires think I've heard that before warming up or something. Yeah. So you could find five thousand year old five thousand year old Honey has been found and in theory, perfectly edible Jefferson. Then nobody did. I don't think I don't think the eight the five thousand year old. Found it have you seen this network. You watch any shows of this network at all your life. That was a a fix of your diet recent medical issues that know if maybe you would outlawing five thousand year old Honey from your diet..
"oldman" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Really nNcholas cage wasn't that. Bye. Bye. Famous line. Get off my plane was Gary Oldman. Did this is not good? Means we are going into a tie-breaker fun for a pilot to do that just as a prank on April Fools like on south west as the people are leaving continually say get. By the way, it is the anniversary of. Did you hear that landing onto you made this morning? It was you Ryan it was you and your trending report. Well, we're going to an audio question. Now, you know, the rules here the first a blurred out an answer to the question. The audio. You're about to hear here is the winner clarification. Your are judge can clarify something. Of course. So yesterday once someone starts yelling it out you have to allow that person to finish its until I hear the answer. That's that's how she's yesterday, for instance, donnas. Thanks. Do I have to wait for the end of that low level? I want this. This is a free for all radio. I disagree. I was clarifying with our judge. I was just getting clarification on the rules, Brian real. So we're we're allowed to just start yelling and having a respect for respectable. I think you have to wait till I finish with my answer. How long do you? Get to go home jock on air force. One was Harrison Ford. Was nicholas. Well, wow. Wow. Wow. No, that's not true. That is absolutely. Everybody on Facebook..
"oldman" Discussed on Filmhaus
"Aven together. Strong me love Abe franchise. Tarzan? I love the franchise. But the Tim Burton version. No, that's the only one Gary Oldman every time. I see Mark Wahlberg at wall, burgers, Mark. When you get out of that player there we seen schedule at no point on his schedule that say stop by Walberg IRS. How did you see Mark Wahlberg schedule? He posted it online. What is on it? What's on it? Well, it's like everyone crazy because it says he wakes up two AM. Go to sleep. If you wake up. He wait. He's up to him. He like works out. He does he has like forty five minutes of prayer time. He has his first meal, he has second workout. He has cryan chamber then he has like some. It's just like he posted it, and it's just like like minute to minute. What he does he goes to sleep at like six thirty PM. And then he wakes up to 'em again. But the problem is if you actually look at it, there's no way like little it's possible. Like, it's it's like a kid trying to lie about his homework. And it's like you did a terrible job of this. Because thirty it's like, thirty minutes for running thousand miles or run a thousand miles and there's a thirty minute window for that. And you don't think that's how running thousand miles works. The guy who he blinded new waiting. On actor. I thought you were gonna ask what time he he beats up the guy the guy he blinded said he's okay with them. Has got a franchise. He wants. Wall. We'll welcome film house. Everybody this week's absurd is sponsored by hymns. My name.
"oldman" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"Slow as fuck with these people because they're like, I can't read it. It's all in Russian who could be behind this. And it's like this weird informational mosaic, and it makes the picture of the eighteen year old kid. He is the son. Of that woman. That's just up in the plane. We don't know anything about password was the address they were looking for what exactly. But in Russian. The derp state. This movie's terms to him forty eight let's use the living dude layer the cable, that's the move. I'll man up working for the state, actually the state. But for me, it's the state out derp done framing, the President Trump. Could I have some chicken wings? Maybe it's the thing where he opens a pizza place that's called the derp state pizza. Okay. And something something gets mistaken. He's looked up in the phone as the deep state, and he somehow falls as backwards into another Michigan thinks, he's q. Is this pizzerias next to like the derp university or something? Yes, exactly yet his last name surp- derp street. Oh, that's what it is. I'm Larry derp. This is pizza palace. I liked Herbstein. I'm into it. And you're going to be the derp state when you have ship about derp state beach. Ernie. Hudson comes in and a black suit. Larry, we did your services as the founder of the derp. I didn't mean it that way too late. Yeah. Then he's just like, oh good cover agent q. This would be a great movie into this queue announced. Hey, cool. I'm doing missions for the rob Childs. Yes. My boss. Our leisures. Okay. So yeah, it's like that. Movie is if you could like fold in everything and like, totally straight faced everything the Q on people believe as a movie, right? But like with a high budget actors kinda thing that'd be into that. It'd be very funny, but Larry dune this Larry or anybody, you know, Gary Oldman, it is fancy suits. Only dark with I know anything about spot away in my shower. You gotta get now. You gotta get the dude played that fucking obese vampire blade. Oh, yeah. Well that probably. Sure. That's not Doug Jones to. Yeah. Maybe I don't know. It was probably Butterball at a surprise appearance at a rare secondary appearance, right? Larry the cable guy. Hell raiser move. Yeah. Dude is pizza places called Senator bikes. I like that whatever it is that you're putting he has to be opening pizza. Change her on a pizza. You can eat a beach. I- pizza when I'm dangling from the ceiling. Hell Bama Naples. No thought of. Nipple? Dis. Oh god. Yes. This dude. Yeah. He's working for the Russians whatever. And we finally get back to the Mark Wahlberg testimonial or whatever this fucking interrogation is. Yeah. And he's like, yeah. So he kinda just kidnapped her, and we don't know where the plane is. And that's the end of this when he set. No, no. He says the great game. Yeah. Much like show. Lot combs. The great game continues, bro. I'm gonna solve this fucking the world's most difficult, jigsaw puzzle. This is amazing. It's he says the game continues. He's dumping out that white puzzle box. Again, he goes today was yours. And he's doing this puzzle with the fucking photograph of this dude taped to the wall, and he goes a seat tomorrow. Oh, yeah. And you see a copy of Jordan Peterson's book on his nightstand. He's ready for the world. What are like one day shis thing to set up the sequel like do I have health insurance again? I'm by the way, I'm back at the CIA. Hello. Hi, re-sign me over the CIA, these worrying like big spectacles. He's like. Hello. It's my first day at the CIA, Terry. If Terry Kinney ever sees him again, he's going to chop them up and put them in a fucking Cal zone at sir at the puck and metal for all the shit. He did that's another Larry movie the opens a pizza place, and it's not going so hot. But then to boost business. He's waiting Kells zones out of people. Diner remake really does do. Okay. At all that stupid shit with trying to cast a spell in whatever keep all the bullshit with him. But that's a good name for mess mess hall. I love it. I love it. It's him and it'll blood-stained but also like. You know, chocolate stained white shirt, totally beleaguered on the cover. Always definitely looking believe eat jock Knutson, cook people..
Andrew Broad, This Magazine And Leah discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"It's been revealed that a lucky Dina found a pole while eating and always dish that a famous New York restaurant. Rick untouched was having lunch with a friend the Grand Central ice to buy earlier this month when he felt a small object rolling around his mouth, Mr. Antar says he's not yet. Sure what he'll do with the find. This is the globalist. Stay tuned. Now much in the situation, you're on a trip to a foreign country far from home feeling a little bit lonely in this technological age go on the internet and find someone son to hang out with for the evening. Sounds reasonable. Right. Well, no not. If you are married assistant minister to the deputy, prime minister of Australia, and the website was for sugar babies Oldman hooking up with young women. That's the allegation against national MP Andrew broad made in the magazine new idea, and the must be something in it because brought his resigned as ever Karen Middleton, the Saturday paper in Canberra has the lowdown. Karen, thanks for joining us. Exactly. What does new idea allege happened? It's interesting that has come from this magazine. And it's also interesting isn't being denied the allegation is that Andrew brewed went on a trip to Hong Kong from stri Leah. It was a work trip. But as it was a it was for conference, but he says that he paid for himself except for the domestic connections from his rural town that they ruled Tammy leaves into millburn to the capital to fly out and back again. And he's now repaid the money that he climbed for that. He went to Hong Kong he met up with the young woman who is twenty partly about twenty years younger than him. He's forty three and took it to deny he'd been sending her text messages that getting increasingly six allies diligently beforehand, and he took a DNA. Apparently, he complained allegedly about the process of the food, and she felt the came onto a strong, she'll she alleges that he clearly wanted something different from the association and she'd and she's going to. What is fictive -ly econo- supermarket tabloid type magazine because new idea is not usually considered a Goto political topics? No, it's a it's a pepperoni favorite. It's a celebrity sort of since -ation type magazine that you would find an in a news agent or a supermarket. It certainly not a magazine that would normally have political coverage. So it's interesting that this young woman has chosen to go there to talk about it. But as I say, Mr. broad has not denied any of this he referred it to the police believing that she may have committed a criminal offence. But he has now yesterday is struggling time. Once the story, the new stands, he will he resigned, his assistant minister position. And then today starting time if you go he's announced that he's actually going to leave parliament at the next election. He's no longer going to represent his seat of Molly at the. Next election. So he's lost his job completely. As a result of this is how much a problem is this for his boss. The nationals leader, Michael McCormack. Well, it's considerable problems of nationals are conservative rural dice party ruling in coalition with their senior partner, the liberal party, which is a conservative party here in a star Leah now, the liberal party prime minister, Scott Morrison has lost. He's majority in the house of representatives. So he certainly did not want to be losing another Impe. That's why Mr. broad will stay in power until the election. But pulled the dip he prime minister and the leader of the nationals Michael McCormack, it's problematic because when he was I asked about this yesterday when he revealed that Andrew broad was quitting the ministry. He said he'd nine about it for a couple of weeks.
Trump trade advisers: Tariffs coming by next week, will apply to allies
"Snow valley down hi shoulders down was varied but my in my arms were above this now i was really lucky neither of the hooks was heard one man did have to go to the hospital with a serious lower body injury fresh no kept falling over the weekend but the squad belly resort is still open over myself allison janney has won her first oscar for her supporting role in eitan near the other top actress last night was frances mcdormand three billboards outside ebbing missouri if i may be so honored to have all the female nominees and every category stand with me in this room tonight now mcdormand called the film executives to give all those women a call and get their projects financed the top male acting awards went to gary oldman in same rockwell gear mode del toro's the sheep of water took top honors for best picture best director and the best original score oscar was sure blushes with all the sensitive stuff being said onstage end backstage i'm steve gregory at the academy awards show host jimmy kimmel wasted no time addressing the elephant in the room sexual harassment oscar is the most beloved and respected men in hollywood and there's a very good reason why this look it it's his hands were you can see them and most importantly no pena said all actresses ashley judd annabella she your'e in selma hayek were allowed to give a special tribute to the times of mep to movements all three women claim to have been harassed and or assaulted by harvey weinstein steve gregory kfi news top advisers for president trump say they expect new tariffs on steel and aluminum imports will apply to all other countries even us allies in early morning tweets today trump suggested that there could be an exception from mexico and canada but only if they can finish nafta renegotiations with the us critics have said that the tariffs could start trade wars trump tweeted last week that trade wars are in his words good and easy to win the israeli prime minister is visiting the white house benjamin netanyahu has become one of the president's closest emma most supportive allies abc's karen travers says netanyahu might be looking forward to a break from some bad press said home prime minister's being investigated on twitter user tweeted just google.
Oscars 2018: "The Shape of Water" wins big at 90th Academy Awards
"Live from NPR News in Washington on core of a Coleman Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets today with President Trump at the White House as NPR's. Daniel estern reports. Their meeting comes amid uncertainty surrounding Trump's Mideast, peace efforts, and the Israeli leader's own political future. The Trump administration has spent the last year working on a peace proposal for Israelis and Palestinians and says, it will present its proposal soon. But after Trump recognize the disputed city of Jerusalem as Israel's capital, The Palestinians have rejected A U S led peace process piece is not at the top of the agenda for Netanyahu's meeting today with Trump, They'll be focusing on the Iranian nuclear deal and Iran's military buildup in Syria a day before Netanyahu flew to Washington police questioned him in one of several corruption cases he's facing polls suggest about half of Israelis want him to resign, but his party still has a strong base of support. Daniel esturine NPR News. Washington United Nations convoys are bringing relief to the besieged enclave of eastern Gouta Syria. It's the first aid to reach the region since one of the deadliest government assaults opened on the enclave two weeks ago, the BBC Sebastian usher reports, aid workers hoped to deliver enough supplies for twenty seven thousand people. The convoy has only a couple of hours left of a five hour daily pools in fighting to get the aid to the main town of Duma and unload it. It's been a tortuous process even to get to this stage. It's only the second such delivery to Easton Gutu this year, And there were precious few last here. The UN has said that they planned to send in another convoy on Thursday with the rest of the aid. They prepared for some seventy thousand people. The BBC, Sebastian Osher students in West Virginia are out of school for the eighth day in a row today as teachers protest their wage levels in health benefits. The West Virginia Governor in state house had proposed a five percent wage increase. But NPR's Amy held reports. The state Senate did not agree. Great, and set a lower percentage wage increase the state Senate agreed to a four percent raise for teachers as well as service personnel in state troopers, They say the lower raise will potentially allow all state workers to get a bit more, But that just won't cut it said Dale Lee president of the West Virginia Education Association. All public schools in West Virginia be closed again on Monday and remained closed until the Senate honors. The agreement that was made the governor has already agreed to the five percent raise and so has to house Now with the impasse It is unclear when West Virginia's two hundred seventy seven thousand students We'll get back to class, Amy held NPR News in Congress. Lawmakers are expected to vote on a major rewrite. A financial industry rules. This week is aimed at scaling back rules for medium-sized and smaller banks. The rewrite of the Dodd-Frank law appears to have supportive several Democrats in the Senate. This is NPR. The ninety th Academy Awards have wrapped up with the film, the shape of water being the big winner of the night, including winning Best Picture and peers. Andrew Limbong has more on the surface. The ship of water doesn't seem like your stereotypical Oscars contender is the John her movie with both fantasy and horror vibes. Neither of the Leeds talk and it's about Inter Species romance. But Director, Guillermo del Toro told the audience that these kinds of movies are exactly the kind of movies that speak to re-live issues and encourage others to make them everyone on his dreaming of a Wall of using John. Our founders, The dollar stores are ugly. Things are real in the world today gun door. This is a door ticket, open uncommon. The movie also picked up three other wins director, production design and original score in Jhelum among NPR News. Other Oscar winners include Frances McDormand his best actress four three billboards outside of being Missouri. Best Actor Gary Oldman for darkest hour, Best Supporting. Actress Allison Janney for I Tania and best supporting actors and Rockwell 4-3 billboards outside ebbing misery. Hundreds of thousands of people remained without power from Virginia to Massachusetts. The outages come after a destructive winter storm on Friday. The Associated Press says that nine people have died because of the storm. Coastal flooding remains a danger from Delaware up to main The National Weather Service has announced a separate set of warnings for the Northern Plains. A powerful storm system is bringing blizzard conditions from parts of North Dakota, South through Nebraska. I'm Korver Komen NPR News.
Opioid overdose among children nearly doubled
"The swap them in the monday the number of children admitted to hospitals for opioid overdose has nearly doubled since two thousand four a new study published today in the journal pediatrics found that 1500 four patients were admitted to hospitals for opioid overdoses between 2012 and 2015 the researchers cautioned that many of these children likely overdosed after stumbling upon their parents prescription medications a lead author of the study told cnn that when they come in the kids are going to fall into one of two categories either teenagers with intentional or drug seeking behavior or their kids who got into their parents medication parents are encouraged to lock up the substances of course of there being used at home the study comes at a time when opioid abuse among adults in the us has reached epidemic proportions since according to the cdc more than forty two thousand people died in the us were opioid overdose in 2016 it's eight minutes now in front of the hour on this morning jennifer kushinka is back with more of america's first news put in the heat of water one best picture at the ninety th annual academy awards bringing aces and so close to an award season punctuated by the sexual harassment scandals at a royal hollywood frances mcdormand to to come best actress honors for her role in three billboards outside ebbing missouri closed her acceptance speech by asking all female nominees to stand up if i may be so honored to have all the female nominees in every category stand with me in this room tonight gary oldman won best actor for darkest hour guillermo del toro won best director for the shape of water best supporting actor went to sam rockwell 43 billboards allison janney won best supporting actress for i tania president trump secretary of commerce is dismissing criticism that proposed tariffs on imported steel and aluminum would lead to a loss of us jobs and price hikes consumers wilbur ross appeared yesterday on abc who total amount of tariffs were voting on go billion dollars a year that's a fraction of one percent of the economy so the notion that it would destroy a lot of jobs to raise prices disrupt things is wrong last week's tariff and sparked a selloff on wall street on fears of a global trade war the dow industrials plunged seven hundred seventy two for the week thousands of utility workers in the northeast are racing to restore power to hundreds of thousands.
Kobe Bryant rape accusation resurfaces after "Dear Basketball" Oscar win
"Jimmy kimmel last night some of the big winner is last night like i said the shape of water was one of the winners last night adds the also then twose tell ya best animated feature was coco best director guillermo del toro for the shape of water best actor and i think this was richly deserved gary oldman from the darkest hour where he portrayed winston churchill still haven't seen that movie but certainly am making that uh at the top of my list for movies to see best film editing went to dunkirk i thought that was a fantastic movie best sound mixing best sound etiquette editing also went to dunkirk so lots of kaddoumi awards last night and i didn't get to see if i'm going to have to go back and check some of a because i don't know if it was ashley is political as everybody thought it was going to be because i will guarantee you that the folks at the academy said with set of weekend of we gotta get this out you see what happened near the grammys you've seen what happened at the golden globes you've seen what happened did all of these other awards shows where ratings absolutely tanked so i think there were a little more cautious last night in the academy awards but here's a guy now kobe bryant it won an oscar last night kobe bryant what the basketball guy won an oscar last night for best animated the best short film animated called dear basketball kobe bryant was accused of sexual assault and things back in two thousand and three so here's another guy that has been accused of sexual assault it takes home an oscar and i thought it was very interesting that here's jimmy kimmel you buy remember jimmy kimmel used to be the host of a television show called the man show where they would in every episode with the bucks some young ladies jumping up and down on trampolines well that's mighty uh enlightened of you mr kimmel and we also all remember that that famous scene where jimmy kimmel had something down his pants and he went out on hollywood boulevard in was asking women to identify what mr campbell had in his pants so the hypocrisy of jimmy kimmel and then all of a sudden for some reason he becomes the moral arbiter of the.
Jordan Peele makes history as first black writer to win best original screenplay Oscar
"Powerful sound of new voices of different voices of our voices joining together in a mighty chorus that is finally saying times up that course supporting women continued when frances mcdormand won best actress for her portrayal as a grieving mother in three billboards outside ebbing missouri if i may be so honored to have all the female nominees in every category stand with me in this room tonight the actor if you do it everybody else will come on the filmmaker but elector mccotter for she left the stage with two words inclusion rider in the press room dormant explain what that means there has always been available to all uh everybody that get that doesn't go she eishin on a film and inclusion writer which means that you can ask for it and or demand at least fifty percent diversity in that not only the casting but also the crew and so the fact that we that i just learned that after thirty five years of being in the film business it's not we're not going back so the whole idea of women trending now no trending african americans trend dane now new trending it changes now it was in a store when for jordan peel the first african american to win best original screenplay he wrote and directed the comedy horror film get out on he dedicated as oscar to all those who allowed him to raises voices of filmmaker back stage he talked about this moment for black filmmakers roma god it's it's a renaissance i almost never became a director because there is such a shortage of role models we have spike we are john singleton we had the people's is we had the hands brothers but they felt like the exception to the rule i'm i'm so proud to be a part of a time the beginning of of a movement where i feel like the best films in every genre are are are being brought to to to me by my fellow black directors the oscars ceremony also honored its members from many cultures from immigrants who won awards such as best actor gary oldman from england to those who presented the awards loop in yanga from kenyan mexico and khamelnov and johnny from pakistan and the show's politics included just about every other movement a performance of a song from the nominated film marshall featured political activist toronto burt from the mi2 movement and he nodded farmworkers founder dolores huerta and others from planned parenthood too standing rock they stood in the spotlight on stage as common route four loss of life.