35 Burst results for "Ovation"

Rev. Martin Dunn: The Worst Thing We Can Do Is Corrupt a Child

The Dan Bongino Show

01:36 min | Last month

Rev. Martin Dunn: The Worst Thing We Can Do Is Corrupt a Child

"You know I've been going to church a long time I'm 47 I'm probably 40 years I remember my mom took me when I was a kid And I've never seen a standing ovation for homily before up until meeting you And a couple weeks ago you spoke out powerfully about the continued attacks on our kids I point out a lot there What we're dealing with is in secularism What we're dealing with is evil and it's our obligation if we're going to be on the right side of the moral arc of history to call it as much Exactly And it's not we have to live without fear That's the most frequent command Jesus told us 365 times be not afraid And Jesus also said twice that literally the worst thing anybody can do is corrupt a child an innocent beautiful child And we don't want to rob them not only if that innocence but of their potential their plans I had the most extraordinary childhood where all the possibilities were opened up to me And because my parents and my church protected me I know that was a major reason why I was able to live more to my potential So it's up to us If there's no other motivation if you're still struggling with a belief in God or belief and Jesus protect these children let them live with the joy and enthusiasm that in many cases they have been threatened with in the most unimaginable ways But again it's not too late and I told those kids at the end of mass you never ever have to lose your innocence and I believe that more than ever

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Richard Blumenthal Downplays Details of KBJ Convicted Child Rapist

Mark Levin

01:06 min | Last month

Richard Blumenthal Downplays Details of KBJ Convicted Child Rapist

"Richard blumenthal of Connecticut He sees all this And he says this today at the committee confirmation vote cut four go The American people really are having nothing Of these attacks She has wowed America Any of us going home Over these past weekends have seen a standing ovation for a judge Jackson I don't know It's just the judge you would want If you had a granddaughter or a niece and I don't know whether you do or not who've been molested by a family member senator is this who you'd want I'm just curious Is this a you'd want this judge here Go ahead I can people And the reason is that her nomination will be historic We are in fact The parties that are in front of a judge Do they care if the judges nomination is historic or not

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Lowry has 16 points, 10 assists as Heat beat Raptors 114-109

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Lowry has 16 points, 10 assists as Heat beat Raptors 114-109

"Kyle Kyle Lowry Lowry had had sixteen sixteen points points and and ten ten assists assists against against his his former former team team is is the the heat heat topped topped the the raptors raptors one one fourteen fourteen one one oh oh nine nine Larry Larry received received a a standing standing ovation ovation in in his his first first game game in in Toronto Toronto since since being being traded traded to to Miami Miami Max Max Strus Strus scored scored all all twenty twenty three three of of his his points points in in the the second second half half to to help help Miami Miami in in Toronto's Toronto's five five game game winning winning streak streak Victor Victor Oladipo Oladipo scored scored twenty twenty one one points points Tyler Tyler hero hero had had eighteen eighteen of of them them at at a a five five sixteen sixteen is is the the east east leading leading he he won won their their fourth fourth straight straight to to remain remain two two games games ahead ahead of of Boston Boston Fred Fred vanvleet vanvleet Pascal Pascal Siakam Siakam each each scored scored twenty twenty nine nine for for Toronto Toronto I'm I'm the the ferry ferry

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Caller: Oscars Should Not Have Given Will Smith His Award

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:33 min | Last month

Caller: Oscars Should Not Have Given Will Smith His Award

"But I did see the recording on that. And it just goes to show how the Oscars are. They should have held his nomination for what he did on stage. Oh, no kidding. Well, they should have arrested him. They should arrest him, but they're again, they should not have given his award. When he did it, go ahead, go ahead. When he did it, go ahead. He didn't interrupt you. Go ahead. Yeah. Because when the time that he did it, to when he got his reward, there was a period of time that they should have said, nope, for that action, we're not going to do it. We don't stand for it. But it just goes to show the double sided the double standard that the Oscar has. And that's why people don't watch them anymore. That's right. Like I say, I mean, there's nothing there. In fact, it has the movies they had on there. I never even seen. I didn't even see that. I had no idea there was a movie about the Williams sister. I had no idea there was a movie on Apple plus about a def fisherman that won the best. I don't know coda from kodachrome. I don't know any of this stuff. I don't care, and this is why, because David's right, if they had a sense of righteousness, they'd say, well, we're not going to get look at the Hollywood crowd. They're slapping them on the back and way to go well. Congratulations. The game is standing ovation. Moments after he assaulted and don't even get started on the race issue. What do you think would have happened if Chris Rock had been a white guy? What would happen if a black man assaulted a white guy? What would have happened if a white guy? What if Will Smith had been white? And he went up and assaulted a black guy.

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Zelensky Knows What's Good for His Country, Do We?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:36 min | 2 months ago

Zelensky Knows What's Good for His Country, Do We?

"Ukraine president zelensky made an impassioned appeal to Congress to impose a no fly zone over Ukraine. Kind of up the American and western and NATO involvement in the war. And he was very well received, kind of a standing ovation, not just the Democrats, so fair number of Republicans as well. And zelensky was pretty shrewd. He kind of tapped all the right chords. He invoked 9 11, Pearl Harbor, quoted Martin Luther King. And after it was over, the Biden policy toward Ukraine appeared to be, well, pretty much the same. And so you had this specter of reporters. These kind of metrosexual reporters calling on Biden to do more and one of the kind of consistent themes is, well, zelensky knows what's good for his country, why aren't you just doing what he says? Doesn't he understand the situation on the ground better? Isn't he the world's expert so to speak on Ukraine? And the question of the presumptive answer to that question is, yes, he is. But that's really not the question before us. Obviously he knows what he needs. He knows what he wants. He knows what's good for his country, but this might be a little different from what we need. It might be a little different from what we can afford. It might be different from what we are prepared to do or what's good for our country. In other words, it is up to us to assess the level of commitment that we want to make, and also the risks that we want to take.

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Opening Remarks: Volodymyr Zelenskyy Speaks to U.S. Congress

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:55 min | 2 months ago

Opening Remarks: Volodymyr Zelenskyy Speaks to U.S. Congress

"The zelensky address to Congress underway, breaking now on the Mike Gallagher show. Axios is calling it zelensky's shame on you tour. We're going to listen to the Ukrainian president who is addressing Congress. Let's take you to Capitol Hill. Good morning. Good morning, mister president, good morning, madam ambassador who is with us this morning, not in ambassador. Ambassador makarova. Mister president, it is my honor to present to you the Congress of the United States, which has great respect and admiration and appreciation for your courageous leadership. Members of Congress, I have the high privilege and distinct honor of presenting to you the president of Ukraine, Vladimir zelensky. So there's zelensky on a big screen and of course Congress giving him a standing ovation. His Nancy Pelosi practicing Ukraine. Thank you very much. Members of new Congress, ladies and gentlemen. Americans, Friends. I'm proud to greet you from Ukraine from our capital city of cave. City that is under missile.

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Ukraine President Speaks to Canadian Parliament

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Ukraine President Speaks to Canadian Parliament

"Hello, everybody. I'm Dennis prager, the cranium president just addressed the Canadian parliament. They gave him prolonged standing ovation when he began. And when he ended, this would presumably be live because he responded with a thank you, but he could have pre recorded it because he would have he knew he would say thank you. So I don't know if he could take the risk of a live transmission. My assumption is that most are all of his transmissions. Our pre recorded he leaves that spot and then it is aired. Because presumably one can trace the origin of any broadcast.

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Zelenskyy tells Canada: 'Close the airspace'

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Zelenskyy tells Canada: 'Close the airspace'

"The president of Ukraine continues to appeal to western leaders to establish a no fly zone over his country this time addressing lawmakers in Canada you cringe president Vladimir salen skate received a standing ovation as heard on CTV we showed through a translator Zielinski ask members of Canada's parliament how they would feel to have bombs raining down on their cities all these severe explosions and their children die so Lynskey keeps asking for NATO to establish a no fly zone closed the airspace please stop the bombing how many more cruise missiles have to fall on our cities but western leaders are resisting fearing it will escalate into World War Wednesday morning you cranes president will make a similar appeal to members of the US Congress I'm Jackie Quinn

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Lord Conrad Black Discusses the Current Turmoil in Canada

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:26 min | 3 months ago

Lord Conrad Black Discusses the Current Turmoil in Canada

"Lord Conrad black, welcome back to America first. Thank you, Sebastian, all this glad to be with you. So Conrad, we have I played a full almost two minutes of this ladies, parliamentary common comments, she's the deputy leader of the opposition Candice Bergen, no the other one. And I'm just going to paint abbreviated version now because I was very pressed play cut. Course, we all condemn hateful and destructive acts by you. At any protest. Whether it's beheading the statue of Queen Victoria and Manitoba, tearing down the statue of sir Johnny in Montreal or putting flags on Terry Fox, whether it's burning churches, whether it's wearing blackface, whether it's lesbian up like, are Nazi flakes. We all condemn it. But I'm not talking about that. A standing ovation for that lady is just in Trudeau is I don't know in hiding got COVID doing blackface again, a lord black. How much is this shaking the body politic in Canada? It's a little hard to say right now. I mean, they started out being pillory by the press as troublemakers who had blocked roads. But as you can see, and it has been clear from the American coverage of it. There really good good guys. There's no violence. Nobody's carrying Nazi flags or anything like that. There's no destruction. And they do have a legitimate grievance. And actually, can I just jump in there? There's amazing footage at one of these rallies for the truckers where a ballet clovered individual popped up from nowhere with a southern flag from the United States and was escorted off the premises of the protests because they say we don't need provocateurs. So I very impressive little black. Look at Canada. It's not a file in place. You know, people are reasonable and moderate and polite. And these people have agreements. I mean, it's very skilled work driving these big trucks. It's absolutely necessary to the economy and the distribution of everything. And almost all of them go back and forth across the border all the time. And this absolutely moronic regulation in this country requires them to quarantine for two weeks after they reenter the

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Larry and Roland Martin Debate Hillary Clinton's Character

The Larry Elder Show

01:32 min | 5 months ago

Larry and Roland Martin Debate Hillary Clinton's Character

"Many of you have talked about the debate that I had in 2016 before the election with a left wing host named Roland Martin who used to work at for CNN as a pundit. And now he's on YouTube with his show. I think it's a daily show. And so he came out to Inglewood, black church, full audience. I would say 95% of them were hostile to the great elderly, but I didn't care that I was on hostile grounds. And I went to the debate, and we had a very lengthy debate, for crying out loud, rolling. We have a binary choice, a choice between Hillary Clinton and a choice between Donald Trump. And don't get me started on Hillary's character. This is a woman who maligned all of her husband's accusers. A woman named juanita Broderick claimed she was raped by Bill Clinton and two weeks after the alleged said that Hillary verbally intimidated her. There are at least two well regarded books, one called hell to pay and one called no one left to lie to that describe Hillary hiring private detectives and getting lawyers to dig up dirt on her husband's accusers knowing full well that she and he had a deal that he could do whatever he wanted. All to malign the accusers so that the Democratic Party were able to get votes. And don't get me started on Bill Clinton. That's today. He is still a serial cheater. Colin Powell said he still blanking bimbos. And when Bill Clinton entered the room, he gets a standing ovation. You are full of hypocrisy. You love Bill Clinton? But Donald Trump is too immoral to be

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Scholz succeeds Merkel as German chancellor, opening new era

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

Scholz succeeds Merkel as German chancellor, opening new era

"Schultz Schultz has has become become Germany's Germany's ninth ninth post post World World War War two two chancellor chancellor opening opening a a new new era era for for the the E. E. U.'s U.'s most most populous populous nation nation and and launch launch the the calling calling me me off off to to Merkel Merkel sixteen sixteen year year tenure tenure Schultz Schultz is is government government takes takes office office with with high high hopes hopes of of modernizing modernizing Germany Germany on on combating combating climate climate change change but but faces faces the the immediate immediate challenge challenge of of handling handling the the country's country's toughest toughest phase phase yet yet of of the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic lawmakers lawmakers voted voted with with a a wide wide margin margin to to elections elections Merkel Merkel who's who's no no longer longer a a member member of of parliament parliament looked looked on on from from the the spectators spectators gallery gallery as as the the vote vote took took place place lawmakers lawmakers gave gave her her a a standing standing ovation ovation as as the the session session started started I'm I'm Charles Charles to to look look at at my my

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N.Y.C. Sets Sweeping Vaccine Mandate for All Private Employers

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:02 min | 5 months ago

N.Y.C. Sets Sweeping Vaccine Mandate for All Private Employers

"Hey everybody that is prager from the free state of Florida. Let's have cheers, Sean. Cheers for Florida. A standing ovation. That's correct. You know why it's free and California isn't that New York isn't? Because it's run by Republicans. Never has the clarity of the utter unbridgeable moral gulf intellectual gulf honesty gulf scientific gulf between the left and right been clearer than through COVID. That's right. Basically the states run by the left lie to you. And lock you down. Bad combination. Play play the spectacular fool who was the mayor of New York City. Mister de Blasio play him for us, please. Our youngest kids. We got to reach them now. Right now in the city, it's about 20% have gotten vaccinated in that 5 to 11 range. It's new. The vaccines relatively new. But what we're trying to say to parents is it's urgent before a crime grows before Delta continues to stress this even worse in the winter months. Get your kid vaccinated. And here's an incentive to do it. A lot of parents, of course, want to take their kids out to wonderful things that will be happening in a holiday season. Here's a reminder, get your child vaccinated. Just one dose will immediately qualify any child to be able to participate in those activities. But look, I'm a parent, and I remember vividly when my kids were going to school, you don't end up in a situation where a child is left unprotected. I urge parents really strongly. Get that vaccination. It's safe. It's been proven. Here's another incentive to do it. So it's one dose for children but two now for adults. Is that right for the program? We're going to be phasing in two for adults as of December

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Remembering FDR's 'Day of Infamy' Speech 80 Years After the Attack on Pearl Harbor

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:16 min | 5 months ago

Remembering FDR's 'Day of Infamy' Speech 80 Years After the Attack on Pearl Harbor

"But December 7th, after Pearl Harbor, the next day, Franklin Delano Roosevelt was in a armored limousine that was confiscated from the crime boss Al Capone. That was what he traveled in and they took him to Congress and he delivered an address. That address ought to be on the hearts and minds of every American today, and thanks to, well, audio tape, it is. Here's Franklin Delano Roosevelt, addressing Congress, the day after Pearl Harbor, this is from December 8th, 1941. Yesterday, December 7th, 1941, a date which will live in infamy. The United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked. By naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan. The United States was at peace with that nation and at the solicitation of Japan was still in conversation with its government and its emperor looking towards the maintenance of peace in the Pacific. The attack yesterday on the Hawaiian Islands has caused severe damage. To American naval and military forces, I regret to tell you that very many American lives have been lost. In addition American ships have been reported torpedoed on the high seas between San Francisco and Honolulu. As commander in chief of the army and navy, I have directed that all measures be taken for our defense, but always will our full nation. Remember the character of the onslaught against us. No matter how long it may take us, to overcome this premeditated invasion, the American people in their righteous might will win through to absolute victory. Thunderous ovation for Franklin Delano Roosevelt and those powerful words. I was ready to commentary by David hook stead over the daily caller who writes Japan gave us one hell of a black guy on that horrific morning, but America always gets up for a fight. Pearl Harbor was no different. As soon as we got up and dusted ourselves off, we whooped the living hell out of the Japanese empire all over the Pacific.

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Kennedy Center Honors back once more, Biden attends

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 5 months ago

Kennedy Center Honors back once more, Biden attends

"The the Kennedy Kennedy center center honors honors have have made made the the return return both both from from the the pandemic pandemic and and from from partisan partisan politics politics it's it's gone gone since since twenty twenty sixteen sixteen no no president president had had attended attended the the Kennedy Kennedy center center honors honors but but that's that's now now changed changed as as Joe Joe Biden Biden and and First First Lady Lady Jill Jill took took their their spot spot in in the the presidential presidential box box at at the the Kennedy Kennedy center center opera opera house house last last night night that that alone alone was was enough enough to to prompt prompt the the audience audience to to erupt erupt in in a a sustained sustained standing standing ovation ovation by by restored restored another another tradition tradition that that went went missing missing during during the the trump trump era era as as he he welcomed welcomed the the recipients recipients to to a a White White House House reception reception where where he he praised praised the the honorees honorees musician musician Joni Joni Mitchell Mitchell Motown Motown founder founder Berry Berry Gordy Gordy Saturday Saturday Night Night Live Live creator creator Lorne Lorne Michaels Michaels active active Bette Bette Midler Midler an an opera opera star star Justino Justino D. D. as as ex ex president president tropic tropic skews skews himself himself his his first first year year in in office office after after some some recipients recipients threatened threatened to to boycott boycott the the event event if if he he came came he he missed missed the the next next two two years years and and last last year year the the pandemic pandemic led led to to the the events events postponement postponement until until after after trump trump left left office office Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel Washington Washington

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Ryan Braun Announces Retirement, Leaves Behind a Complicated Legacy

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:01 min | 8 months ago

Ryan Braun Announces Retirement, Leaves Behind a Complicated Legacy

"Ryan braun The the brewers formally announced his retirement. Yesterday he announced. Its milwaukee brewers. And i gotta say this. Because i i think of ryan braun is being Like lance armstrong of of baseball Not only did he use pd's but he also attacked people leading up to that most notably the sample collector specifically went after him Publicly accused him of being anti semitic He called other players when he was a i. You know. I had the first positive drug tests. He told them look this. This collector was coming after me. he's an anti semite. And i thought it was just despicable. And so i give mark at nausea. The brewers credit for his loyalty that braun. I'd say this. He's a better person than i am. A given that. If i were mark grad nausea after bron lied about you being a pd user and then accepted a sixty game suspension. What was it a half year suspension. I would have never forgiven him after giving him that. Huge contract mark attanasio did no in from afar. That's my viewpoint to. I can't get passed it. He tried to destroy. Somebody's life yup and he lied. You know that was. He gave that speech in february of two thousand twelve. It wasn't until two thousand thirteen that he finally got caught up in the biogenesis investigation and got his suspension. I get it in milwaukee they the fans there for gave them gave them standing ovations. You know on the field is the third greatest brewer of all time. You know buying rodney out in honor for me. I just can't get past. His initial reaction is. Denial is lies. And you know great player. No doubt thirty thirty. Mvp all that. But you know. I think i would hope. He looks back in wishes he had done at all differently.

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Los Angeles Dodgers' Max Scherzer Reaches 3,000-Strikeout Milestone

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:06 min | 8 months ago

Los Angeles Dodgers' Max Scherzer Reaches 3,000-Strikeout Milestone

"The dodgers and padres yesterday. Max scherzer going for three thousand career strikeouts. Here's the pitch clock brings three thousand strikeouts for max scherzer becoming the nineteenth pitcher in major league to enter that very exclusive club a standing ovation inside dodger. Stadium max back into the history. The great charley steiner. An five seventy la sports. We're going to be talking with tim court about whether max scherzer needs to be anonymous selection for the hall of fame. Yesterday you a perfect game into the eighth inning this happened. There's a looper in the right field. Long-run pets he can't get it. There goes the perfect game. There goes the no hitter to out. Make that a one out. Double four hosmer at a standing ovation for mac jersey. The dodgers win game eight to nothing over. San diego swept that series Jay singler the padres manager talked after the series about. How is the worst baseball. The padres played all

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Bryant Cheered in Wrigley Return, Giants Win 5th in Row

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Bryant Cheered in Wrigley Return, Giants Win 5th in Row

"The giants are in their fifth straight win by downing the cubs six to one in Chicago Evan Longoria and Brandon belt homered on a day when Kris Bryant received a pair of standing ovations in his return to Wrigley Field for started my career here I don't know if I could have ever dreamed up by having that type of reception the fans welcomed me back like that definitely something that is one of the highlights of my career so far Bryant went over three with a walk a run scored in two strikeouts than Korea broke a one one tie with a two run Homer in the seventh belt added a two run blast later in the inning cubs rookie Frank Swindell homered for the twelfth time in his last eleven games the giants improved to a major league best ninety one in fifty I'm Dave Ferrie

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Exploring AI With Kai-Fu Lee

The TWIML AI Podcast

02:31 min | 9 months ago

Exploring AI With Kai-Fu Lee

"All right everyone. I am here with kaifu. Lee chi food is chairman and ceo of innovation ventures the former president of google china and author of the new york times bestseller superpowers. And we're here to talk about his new book which will be released next week. A twenty forty one kaifu. Welcome to the tuomo. Ai podcast thank you thank them. It is great to have an opportunity to speak with you. I'm looking forward to digging in and talking more about the book before we do though i'd love to have you share a little bit about your background and how you came to work in the field of ai. Sure i started With my excitement in back in nineteen seventy nine. When i started my undergraduate at columbia i worked on language and vision at columbia and then i went to carnegie mellon for my team at which develops the first speaker independent speech. Recognition system based on machine learning actually Some the earlier thesis in machine learning in nineteen aba. I also developed a computer program that the world's fellow champion is all in the eighties. Very early years after mike graduation from Cmu i talked there for two years than i joined apple and led a a lot of apples. Ai speech natural language and media efforts later joined sgi and then microsoft where i started microsoft research asia in beijing in nineteen ninety eight which kind of became one of the best. Tom research labs in asia. Later i joined google and ran google china for four years between two thousand and five in two thousand nine. We did do a little bit for how they i mostly was Really developing google's presence in china in two thousand nine. I left google and started my venture capital firm assign ovation ventures and at san ovation ventures we invest in the bow for the ai companies. We were about the earliest and probably invested in the most companies we invested in about seven unicorns in ai alone and with a few more Yet to come so they're excited to be in the era i it's Was not so hot during much of my career. But glad scooby with the catch. The recent wave and participate in it.

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"ovation" Discussed on Pig & Whistle - Tales from Azeroth

Pig & Whistle - Tales from Azeroth

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"ovation" Discussed on Pig & Whistle - Tales from Azeroth

"Whistle tales from well as a ways that the pig was a win installment chat for a variety of subjects with regards to load warcraft. Scrap a bozo or point. Sit back and enjoy stay. Subject is all about ocd. In wow my sound a bit weird. I know but once i get going you'll kind of or at least on how you'll pick up and understand what i'm going for with this sort of taito. It won't be this tied to on the podcast name. I don't think this is kind of standing total fennell. But let's get started and the first thing i wanted to his bag. Oc day salary. This for me is a big personal one. I have set places. The things need to be in my bag. My heart stone is one of them mounts of one of them a classic because retail mounts. Ovation's they don't exist anymore in your bag there all Certain tab you've go craft materials and extra get rem bags as the four bake parts for me so with my have stone i have. I haven't atom from my bags so it's not the same as a normal light. You why bag from world war kroft. So there's no their own individual bags. Earning do individual five bags is one big bag. A school bag known the atom. So it's just one big bag loaded two different lines but with that bag. It's always the first slot in my inventory on every character. Besides again mount just keep that in mind but scientists. That is the i saw in my inventory. It will never move. It's always there and it's always in the same location in one or two locations. Say in that bag so they say if you have a normal bag like normal. Ui atom for while it will be your very first bag in the top left of that sixteen or back that you get the very start the game when you log on and have number one character it will never move. Some people will have in fifth bag and like the very last slot. Some people might have it in the bag. The top less slow icon understand. Why because that kind of draws crazy and it's just like it's not meant to be so so why would you let move into your fifth bag way junk will fill up from your first bank to your bank. And then you're going through you all of your bags right. Click and staff you accidentally brockley stone doesn't saleh but it's just annoying. These are done again or line of sight. Best just wasted a couple of seconds. I mean it just infuriates me. Because i get stuffed on so quickly in the game just to move onto the next thing..

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"ovation" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"ovation" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

"You know as a watch isn't. UNWATCHABLE. There's nothing you know keeps your attention. It certainly gets a little bit repetitive. It also draws upon Four of us are dying from the original series which. was also drawn upon a movie. That I haven't seen in a long time, but I I loved when I was younger I need it. Hunt down because comic Lachlan's in it, and he's awesome. I didn't know that when I was ten, but movie called. The hidden is very similar in theme. It's a lot more graphic. There's like an alien in other stuff, but that being said. This theme has been done I thought that this was done a little bit differently. This time a little bit simpler. It had different angles to it. But. It went on for too long I think especially on the talent of watching downtime which I thought was timed perfectly. Probably the best time episode may be in both season so far. series it just. It just showed me how great this could be if he kept it to. The thirty minute and change range you know under forty minutes I. Guess would be the answer. I just thought this meandered a bit, but you know the technical stuff wasn't the issue I. Don't WanNa dissect the way that it was made because that really wasn't the problem. I think for me. The issue at this point in the series is that there's not a message. and. I don't really know what the message of this episode was. Because the the message being shouted to me by the sign on the psychic with something like I'm paraphrasing like. Find your true self or you know. Find out who you really are something like that. This guy knew exactly who he really was. He was a great actor who was underrated. Who broke? Who deserve better from his girlfriend? That's exactly who he thought he was. That's exactly who he was. You are who you think you are so for me. This episode would've been benefited by a character who didn't have confidence acting and was doubtful, but was actually better than he thought, but not getting jobs because he couldn't get his confidence together, and maybe his girlfriend is supportive and trying to tell him like you can do this. You could do this. And because of that reason he goes out and tries to rob the bank, and because of that reason he needs to get into other people's lives and characterizations to find himself. I. Get it. That's a lot more of an aide to be story. That's a lot more straightforward and far be it from me to just sit and start criticizing the way somebody writes in play editor, but. I do think that there's something to be said for the first four episodes in that. You're trying to do these more inner stories instead of outer stories, and that's a great thing. But if you do the inner story, you still need a direction. You still need a point. You still need a message. That's clear and concise, and I just am watching stories now you know as compared to season one season one laid out, not just like. Hey, we're going to take on these political points or these social points, but we're going to from a story perspective. We're going to take you from one place to another place, and you're going to know where you're going the entire time. We're all on his bus together and we're going here and some people didn't like that. And some people did because of where the destination always ended up, but Even the episodes in season one that I thought didn't hit the mark hard like the wonder pinned i. know what I'm doing. I know what you're trying to tell me. What the messages I understand what I have just watched. Maybe I didn't like everything about it. Maybe I didn't like the style and the tone of it compared to other better episodes replay, or or what have you but? I, I know what I watched and I I don't know what I watched. The WHO of you I don't know what I watched and meet in the middle. I don't quite know what I watched down-time, even though it was more enjoyable, I don't know what I watched in ovation. And when I say I don't know what I watched. It means I. Don't know what the messages and maybe I'm dense. Maybe I haven't thought about it long enough because I'm recording less than twelve hours after I, watched them or at least twenty four hours after I, watched them. Maybe the problem is me, but. I need the twilight zone to have an edge and a point to it at a message you know when when circling and the rest of those guys wrote episodes like the game of pool where there is no social band, it's just about a guys, ambition, and how it's destroying him. I know that I could summon up in half a sentence I know when I'm watching. There's so much complexity to it that I could simply recap it in one sentence. A man is destroyed by his own ambition. But when you watch the episode at so much more than that and I get it. That is the twilight zone at its best. You know it's a high bar, but it's not about being as good as game a pool. It's about trying to follow that mold and I don't really see that in the first four episodes as great as their shot as great as acted as great as directed. You know it's like music. You know in hip-hop. Sometimes you can have a really dope MC. And he could be you know Rahman over really dope beats, but for whatever reason. You appreciate the beach. You appreciate the RHYMES, but it doesn't work together and I think to some degree. That's an analogy for what I'm seeing so far in the first four episodes briefly I will mention again. I feel like I mentioned too many times, but. to Centaur stories is a series I got picked up by W and was shown here in the states. On CW, it's available in the CW APP. to binge, and while not a Rep. Assode was good where that series succeeded. Is that they put a lot.

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"ovation" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"ovation" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

"All Right? Yeah, didn't. Didn't think this one worked all that well. Again as with all of these so far, the acting is great looks great. Just kind of. Didn't really have anything much to say about fame or You know fame sucks sometimes. But. Yeah. It didn't really love it. Though I will say this and I I'm really interested in know what everyone else thinks that. That ending part with. Jordan Peele as the narrator. I thought that was pretty funny. I. I enjoyed it was Kinda goofy episode especially when you know the applauding and in the surgery room and the guy at the open heart i. was laughing. Again didn't love the episode, but. I was amused by it. But, yeah, definitely that altro Jordan peele him, just pick up the coin, and and clapping and look at it a camera i. That works for me. Your mileage may vary on that, but I thought it was I thought it was a Lotta Fun. So at ten I. I'll give it a six. It was hovering around five and then Jordan peels out true. Bumped it up a notch so. Yeah let me take off I'll. Keep this relatively short and sweet and. Can't wait to hear what everyone else thinks and take care. Tom Matt here from podcast once again a podcast where I watch and review the twilight zone as a first time viewer in cover, other classic thing, Contemporary sci-fi Thala shows here with some quick thoughts about ovation, the fourth episode of the season, two of the CBS all access twilight zone reboot so ovation I thought had some interesting things about it. Ultimately, it's a little bit lacklustre. it just. It didn't really hit with me the way that I was hoping it would or that. I thought it would. When I was started the episode or you know when I started the upset, so. One of the big things I I like about the episode is it's kind of depiction of the concept or the dynamic between artists and fan like this has such a kind of over the top thing where the fans are clapping just completely mindlessly at anything that Jasmine does in the episode and I thought that was really interesting kind of narrative device to poke. Fun Or Saturday is the idea of fandom. Toxicity like people being just fans of something without any. Regard for the actual talent and taking ownership of talent and everything so. That was kind of interesting. The upset doesn't really explore that very far. but one of the issues that I have with the with the episode was that it feels a little, totally inconsistent, so we have the cl- the the applause and everything in the kind of the the rise of Jasmine as a star in then we have like that that takes such a silly turn with the car. With, the driver clapping and almost getting her killed in an accident, and then followed immediately by the guy on the operating table, clapping with his chest open for surgery. like that it like that is a silly kind of. Like extension of of. This kind of heightened reality that this episode existent, and then like after that we just get just a sharp turn in tone. She is alone she's she's freaking out. She is Consumed by jealousy and anger, and just didn't by the fact that that that that jealousy and anger would lead to her murder a complete stranger. Just out of jealousy and I think it's an extension of the twilight zone properties of the coin and everything, so I can except for that but I just think that the tone was just a little bit scattered like it's just a little too inconsistent, and then as much as I love that last seen the a worth with peel the coin, clapping and everything. I thought that was just very fun and And silly, it also comes immediately after this woman, our protagonist just like murdered her sister, or severely injured her sister so again. It's of seems a little bit. inconsistent in tone, but overall. I thought the episode was fine. It was it was a solid episode. Maybe one of the weaker ones of the season but I did appreciate a certain aspects of it in some of the Some of the characterization. So that's my those are my thoughts on ovation. Thanks so much for doing this again and keep up the great work on the podcast big fan and can't wait to hear your thoughts on this episode. What's going on Tom? This is uncommon, NASA, again now with. Week two of the new twilight zone season to feedback and shows you're putting on. So. In last feed back which I recorded five seconds ago. I kind of got into you meet in the middle and downtime and I was a bit disappointed and. I think I think. I. Don't WanNa be overly harsh. I think I recognize the qualities of the show. The amount of effort that's being put into making this look the way it looks and having it stylistically read the way it does is something that most shows these days don't really think about obviously. Every show from the most. Ridiculous pop show to the most stylized cable hidden gem show have some kind of angle that they're trying to put out there, but I I really think that they're. They're doing a good job of replacing that black and white, nor feel that the original twenty had with its own look. And there's a lot of discipline. It comes with that, and it's not just the way it shot or the weights directed. It's also the way it's written. And I think to some degree they're trying. To keep up with the pace that they set and season one as I said as I wrapped up last week. I think the problem would season two is. They are now only having to keep up with the original series, which is a Herculean task, but they're now also trying to keep up with season. One and I think that brings me to the WHO of you. Which? You know as a watch isn't. UNWATCHABLE. There's nothing you know keeps your attention. It certainly gets a little bit repetitive..

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"ovation" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

06:15 min | 2 years ago

"ovation" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

"Well finally we have a season of twilight zone that is shaping up to be. In the standards of Rod Sterling last year I was very disappointed. That it was okay. The season was okay last year, but even the best episode last year. In my opinion, the Blue Scorpion was only a mid to upper tier twilight zone, but then comes season three season two, and the. Who of you totally blew me away? It had everything I could want from twilight son. I loved everything about this one from the time. Pine walks into the bank with a forty five minute thrill ride in the twilight zone. The concept was creative. It made you think as he had follow along with all the different characters, and then just when I was enjoying the ride, it had the perfect ending with the double twist. The whole time I was wondering. How is he going to get caught house the cycle going to end well, it ended the perfect way. Maybe the only way it could have ended. and then when he was walking back home to his girlfriend, and when he met the girlfriend at the door, it was the cherry on top. after I watched the episode I was thinking I wonder if this is the one that win Rosenfeld was talking about in your interview with him the one that he wrote, and then I was very happy and pleased that it was, and it made perfect sense. He wrote the perfect twilight zone episode. So anyway I thought it was so good at inspired me to write I. Put this episode in the top ten percent of all time. Twilight zone episodes an instant classic. Put me down for ten on this one. And, if I'm allowed a proxy, my wife and son also rated at attend. They're they're not quite the twilight zone. Fans that I am, but they. Adored this. As for Asian I have nothing good to say about ovation other than and while it was horrible. Too many why questions? Why would the sister WanNa? Go from being a successful doctor to being a star? I didn't the main character recognized the sister in the magazine okay? Maybe it was all the kiss makeup I don't know. Why was the main character able to walk away from the fame, but the opening character needed to step in front of a bus. Why did the main character needs to kill the new star I? Maybe I'm just not smart enough to understand it. Maybe I missed some key things. I look forward to hearing you talk about it, so you can tell me all the things I missed, but it was hokey. It was horrible. It was a waste of my time. Why contaminate the twilight zone with this nonsense? I gave it a three only because. It had the potential to be something so I gave it a three, and as long as I'm here, please sign me up and my wife and son, if possible give us an eight on meet in the middle and a seven for downtime, so the I threes the first three episodes of the season were all top tier twilight zone and rod would have been proud. Thank you tom and keep up your fantastic work bye-bye. Hi Tom Chad here with a couple. Thoughts on the WHO of you and ovation episodes three and four of the new season two twilight zone, so after a rough start to season to the WHO of you is for me tied with the comedian for my favorite episode of the new series, and I think both of those episodes are right up there with some of the best shows of the original series, which is is the high appraises can give both of them. All the episodes so far this season have had pitch perfect opening narration sequences with inventive reveals of the narrator. The WHO of you had everything? A perfect twilight zone episodes should have the element of magic with the transfer of identity through eye contact, which is apparently blocked by wearing spectacles, a winding and suspenseful plot, a moral quandary, revolving around empathy and several satisfying twists. This episode offered the performers, the chance to play their characters, playing other characters, and the one main character was actually a character actor. This is layered and brilliant material that digs deep into the season's identity theme. I was reminded of the season four episode in his image, which is a classic episode also based around identity in which the Dr Frankenstein character ends up taking on the identity of his creation and reuniting with his lover who had serious problems with his actual identity. The WHO of you? Episode has a conclusion that hearkens back to that finale with a couple of twists. which I thought was just superb. This psychic revealing that he's a scam artist, but an honest one, because he gives people what they want juxtaposed with the way in which we often play roles in our day to day lives trying to be what we know. People want us to be added further layers of depth to this story. And the psychic signed quote find out who you are just classic television in Classic Twilight Zone tied this episode together. Perfectly overall I think this was a ten for the benefit of our friend Herald and Texas This was ten for me and was hands down an episode that set the standard. So topnotch here. ovation I thought was also a really good episode hearkens back a little bit to the comedian with the ravenous applause as its own sick phenomenon separate from the actual quality of the performance of the artist here the artist is a singer who obtains a magic implement a coin with a hole in the middle from pop star, who was so miserable from fame that she stepped in front of a bus. The magic implement was perfect twilight zone. It was a perfect..

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"ovation" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"ovation" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

"I'll be back for next time. Like risk again back with some thoughts on the WHO of you and ovation? One thing I'm noticing in the series. The the season hall is a lot of the episodes. If not all of them take a tired genre tropes, or at least one that's been memorably elsewhere and kind of turn it on its head to investigate different things with it, which has been really. Nice in a lot of cases, This in. The WHO of you in particular I really liked the way they take the body swap. you know self absorbed narcissist learns about empathy by changing bodies in a spins it on Ted to be actually more realistic situation that in most of these cases If a narcissist walks a mile in your shoes. He's going to be a mile further down the road and you're gonNA. have no shoes and and that's all there is. And in this you know He. He changes bodies. Countless Times while not countless, but several times and learns. Nothing except how to be better con man. And, so that was fun I and I really liked. The episode kept me engaged. The performances were fantastic. I wish billy porter head a little bit more to do in it because I love him but overall. I loved it. I would give it a nine. But then ovation I watched ovation and the first time through I kind of enjoyed it, but the second time through with this idea in mind that a lot of these are taking these tropes and spinning them all in left with at the end of Ovation is the tropes because although there are some other ideas in there, they're not really fully developed or fleshed out or else. They're actively undercut by other things I. Mean I see some hints about imposter, Syndrome and the way. Women tear their sisters whether you know figuratively or literally here. Down And In order because of jealousy and also there's. Anyway, never mind. My mind went blank for a minute, but anyway. There's different things in there, but they're not really fleshed out enough to. Point to and. I think a little ambiguity could have really helped this around whether or not. The coin was doing anything. As it is. It's very clear that the coin. Yes, absolutely is magical proved several times, but I think it would have been stronger if maybe it was your own self doubts that were causing her misery Maybe it was all these other things going on the you know like the the jealousy with sister undercutting her. And driving her ultimately to destroy her sister on any of those I, think would have been much more interesting than another iteration of the be careful. What you wish for fame is a horrible thing and celebrities. We ought to feel sorry for because of all go. That's kind of laugh story. I want to hear right now. So that one I would get a three, and I think that's generous.

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"ovation" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"ovation" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

"For a couple reasons one. It's the comedian again. But it's a musician instead of a comedian I mean even the over the top wake. He's the comedian people just laughing at nothing. And it was more subtle there you're like. Is He? Really that funny? They just laughing because this power. But it turns out in this one like people are literally just clapping and the causing. They can only clap, and it's causing car, accidents and potential other other issues in hospitals and stuff, although man, what what a great dark comedy moment when the Guy Getting open heart surgery, the on the table starts clapping. That was a great dark comedy moment. But then also the twist at the end like. Like I didn't I had my suspicions that the sister kept the coin because you never saw? The whole coin goes in the water. They just kind of cut away from it. and the sister in her head of you know a rocky relationship. It seem over the you know the I guess the only shots on what he's sibling. Relationships are like, but like getting siblings. Do they seem to? Have you know they're they're? They're good moments in Bob moments together. But. The the thing about the coin. was like did only work on musicians because like I thought if the if the sister got the coin, she got his Oh. Maybe she kept the coin sheet in in that sisters. GonNa Come Out of Obscurity and and NC that her. Her sister are Jasmine. The main character is GonNa you the her her obscurity in her exile, and see that her sister became like a famous. Heart surgeon or something right? Like a musician, a musician, what I you know. I didn't expect it to be the sister honestly. With a musician until he just only showed her legs, rotten staircase window, jasmine showed up the NFL Yeah getting me. The sister doesn't make any sense of what they did. Anyway like Shirley Jasmine was reading these magazines right? She would have known that was her sister anyway that that just seemed like. Like I. Gotcha Oh, look, how at this I don't know. I I understand why they did it right but I. Just I don't think I don't think it really works but I I did like the idea of it right like the price of fame, this coins being passed down for how long these Latin symbols on it, you know. Maybe it's from a time before time, and some passed down for centuries. Perhaps and I do like that that I. I exchange right between the the Fiji Artists Jasmine. Jasmine is like I want, but you got and she. She's like what have I got, and you see these hordes of people don't you can't go anywhere and all that so commentary on fame, and the price of it as well, but it was good I just i. don't know like the twist. Did they just didn't stick the landing to me? but but I did like Jordan. end quote unquote narration where he just shows up picks up. The coin puts it in his pocket is going back to the twilight zone and then just claps like everybody else. Because that's all they can do i. thought that was a cool way. To end it and they've been a lot more creative and a lot more lead way with their. Inner rations and even their opening variations. Then rod sterling it for the most part of it was. You know here I am at the beginning and here's the voice over at the end, but Jordan Peele they're. They're trying a lot of different things, and it makes it fun, and you know things like that can happen where he inserts himself more into the story like picking up the coin, and he's done those things before in other episodes, and final word I'll say word on on a Thomas Lynn. Who who play the host of ovation, which is by the great in everybody knows shows like this. These music shows these reality shows so everybody understands exactly what this is and. People know him best from Reno nine one one by the way Thomas Lennon. He's perfect in that role I. Thought I thought he was going to be more like a maybe like a mischievous. Devil character kind of like Tracy Morgan was in the community, but that that would make the comedian. Parallels even stronger right but I You know he was the host and he was great, but housing then he'd be a good like Kinda. Kinda dude now y'all also plays. Mr Mixes pedic on Super Girls. Maybe that's why I was thinking that. So just throwing that out there, but yeah, the the weakest of the four, but I didn't not like it I. I didn't like. We're certain things in adult, but again all good stories so far I'm on board four four of various degrees here. So far with the episodes and very excited to see the rest of season. Two I know I've gone on a pretty long here so I will concede the rest of my time and talk to Y'all. and the next batch of.

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"ovation" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

06:25 min | 2 years ago

"ovation" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

"Is my thoughts on the third and fourth. Day of the second season. I off the WHO of you written by? Win Rosenfeld who was just on the podcast and I really enjoyed what he had to say on the podcast I I think they got a great grasp of what the twilight zone is. The concept of the twilight zone is a behind the scenes and loved him share in that as well as his response to the fan response to. To the first season I think that really well and I wish more creators would would have that same attitude in mentality towards towards criticism and response from the fan so great job, and I hope to hear more from him on the podcast as we hopefully continue to get more of the new twilight zone, so the episode itself. I really enjoyed this one. It took a lot of unexpected turns. First off the the main character. Harry I had to look him up. 'cause I know I've seen this guy before, and he's an actor called Ethan embry and I kept scrolling and scrolling, like where have I seen him and freaky leaks, which was a show on Fox in the early two thousand, so those of you who know how Fox is of course, it got cancelled. A thing lasted one season maybe but it was like Ed X. Files in the Internet age. That's what the angle was, but I knew I'd seen. I knew familiar and that that's recognized him from. Didn't expect us to. Jump into like a a body swapping episode like it and I thought Oh. Wow, you're going to have a lot of identities that are mixed up because you gotTa Harry jumping this woman, but then he jumped into a cop, so there's a cop in jump into the woman in all these identities or mixed up. It's a lot cleaner story. Wise to just say you know wherever here he is is a placeholder, and then he swats back. to He swaps the person walking into back to his original body. You know you can get complicated. It'd be way more complicated if he was spreading personalities all around the. We know where to get them all. You know no way to get them back right so I think those are clean story decision, and Hey, this is all magic right. So how are we supposed to know how this is? How this works but yeah, it was a unique Take on the body swap and I I. Really I liked the detective character right? There's a lot going on with them He's another actor I've seen A. He's in A. He's in recurring guest star on manifests with which is a show on NBC right now which I I watched some of kind of phase out of watching it, but but anyway I see him in other stuff. As well so I liked him, he was a good foil, even though they didn't interact until the end of the episode and Talking about the twists, right, there's well. There's a couple to issue right, but I guess the. The standoff at the end was great with like switch into each other's bodies. I think the kid actor was great too I really like the kid actor Wien adult, and as far as you know, having mentioned this yet, but profanity was like a thing. We were talking about with us. Wise on the first season for. It. They're using it better this season. I doesn't stick out to me as much. Maybe it's because I'm used to it on the show. Maybe it's because it's more for comedic effect or like reaction, effect is not just thrown in the conversation for the crude the curtness of it. But I I I bring it up to say a little in the kid steps on a toys like. It's always funny, too. It's like I love it from A Christmas story. Be sure to eat your teen son of a you know I. It just pointing to hear kids say profanity did they shouldn't be say then anyway, side? No, I think they're. They're reading that in. If you will to everything better this season than last season. Maybe I'm just getting used to it I. Don't know but yeah, but in confrontation where like like? He's in his body, and he's the other and the cops come in, and they shoot, and you're like what happened there and the and the the other reveal of. The detective is the person that Harry's girlfriend had been cheating on him with. When he dropped that earlier. He's like I think she might be cheating on me. That seemed to come out of nowhere seem to be like him just being more insecure because you weren't really sure what Harry's deal was like, he was insecure about everything and and paranoid. I'm like Oh. The casting director won't cast me, etc, etc, but. It's a it was A. It was a little contrived. I guess to say like Oh all these. These people just came together. The twilight zone works in mysterious ways. I guess right, but then like Harry. CONNICK got a happy ending, but did he deserve it, but it was kind of a bittersweet happy, because like he knew his girlfriend was cheating on him, but it was like well. This is the guy so I guess we can be together and he and then He. The book end of him at the audition, in comparison to the beginning of the audition S. himself versus the other guy. Giving the same performance I assume, but the casting record loves this guy who hates him, so that kind of justifies Harry's thoughts about you know him never be able to break through because the world has a as an agenda against him or whatever he's A. Very morally grey episode, right? I mean because he's not the best guy. But he ends up with the happy ending and you know he gets the girlfriend. He gets the career, but he's not himself, but as he cool with that I, guess so the glasses a nice touch. They established the power transfer doesn't work through the glasses, so he wears him, so yeah a lot going on a lot to unpack in this episode, but a very enjoyable ride and You don't want one last Communist. I will say I had one thing I was like. Oh, well, that's that's too bad I didn't expect them to go. That route was with the with the psychic I thought you know when I saw the previews. They lean heavily into this psychic character and the previews. Oh, it's going to be one of those mystic shop, episodes or objects, and somebody's going to go in there, and and get seduced by the power of this or are are obsessed with it or reliant on it like a one shot in the trailer. That was pretty haunting was. Like the psychic shop is closed and the gates. Trying to rip open the gates again in there like they like they need that power, but they can't have access to right now, and that's haunting. That's where my mind went with. It turned to be slim complete. Turn out to be something completely different in the episode, but. Is a scam although I did like how. He was like hey. We're both scam artist, but what you do hurts people I make people feel better. Say some good comments. Lots of good commentary just on the human condition, and all these episodes, and that's what I'm always looking for the twilight zone, but I I guess I. Just I just hope their assumed it was going to be like. The psychic shop and that kind of thing, but that's not. That's not where they win. That's fine but yeah, no an enjoyable episode and Yeah looking forward to more win Rosenfeld hopefully he stays on the show because he's one of the one of the most prevalent voices behind the scenes there and then he keeps coming on the podcast. So. Anyway. Really enjoyed that one in the next one ovation. Probably the weakest of the four.

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"ovation" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"ovation" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

"Based on something from that conversation, and unfortunately, the podcast is no longer running, but all of the episodes are still available. So I loved seeing the two of them. They're like Oh and they were also both on this Improv. Show called Jillian properties, so they're. They're connected and now tawny newsome is popping up all over the place. She is popping up in Space Force. She is popping up on the New Star Trek animated series lower deck's. She's one of the voice actors there, so was Eugene Cordeiro. Person I knew about from spontaneous nation and the good place, and then Tom, Lennon the first time I ever saw Tom Linen was on Reno, nine, one one, which was also an improvised show, so they're all these improv actors that I have known for years altogether on this one show, and that made me so happy. So? That that part made me made it wonderful for me, but at the end of this episode just makes it fall flat, and the like like you said it is an episode of two halves in the first half. Is Interesting watching her struggle with these things knowing that she really shouldn't be where it is where she is, and that it's all due to this coin, and yet not having the strength to give that up. That is an interesting story, and then it just. Doesn't well like you said. There's just no poetic ending to it. The the good thing about the ending is just you know Jordan Peele, coming in taking the coin out of debt, sisters hand putting in his pocket, and starting to plot didn't need any words didn't need any words. That part of loved. Yeah best closing not closing. I. was like, oh. Well done. Sir I tip my hat. Off Job stepping in as narrative of the twilight zone I. Mean and he didn't WanNa do it. Yeah how many how how much you have stood in front of the Mirror, trying to get his his potter down must've been one of the toughest thing in the world, but. But I think. This season especially I thought he did a good job last season. When when said that they went a bit more jazz, were there. I think you really see that as A little bit mischieviousness sometimes and that kind of thing I really like the. He's bringing his own character. The narrator you like I, agree well. That's the thing you have to do. You have to be reminiscent of what came before without completely copying it, and that is a really fine line to walk and I think he's found that line. And is walking a very very well for us touch pampers, then. I'm going to I'm going to go with a five. How about you know? Actually I was going to say the same thing I would say that. This is five ovations out of ten for me. Because, it just it had it had promise, and then it kind of took a left turn that. Didn't feel like any kind of real. Payoff resolution. ETC just didn't feel right. Overall, as part of the fabric of the show, you know I can imagine myself sitting down in a couple of years time and have a new twilight zone Madison, and it's not gonna be the end of the world that this one's on. I think it was alright. It was okay, so there is A. Brandy! It is always such a pleasure to catch up with you and. It's been too long because I. Think the last time was last year probably when we talked about season one so I know you've got a lot on a mention. Any of the projects going on at the moment. I. Don't know the half hour to the show. Lynn folks. It's GonNa be a right to so there's there's one thing I can't talk about because it hasn't been announced yet, but there is another thing coming soon, but right now I am currently working on many things so I'm now on a new network called. We made treks, which is all about Star Trek? In case, the name didn't give it away and I am doing to podcasts on that network one which is called boldly go a star Trek strange new worlds podcast. Titled Is Self Explanatory, and then also the Vetik Assembly, which is a deep space nine podcast, which I never had the opportunity to do a full podcast about deep space nine, and I am really looking forward to both of those, so you can find those now on itunes. We have intro episodes out for both of them and just over two. We made treks. You can see all of the things that are launching there. There are a bunch. Ten New shows were announced on Thursday the second of July and was a busy day. I also do a podcast with my husband. Dave called the dark corner podcast and we talk about whatever we feel like. Like last week we did a as episode about A. Well. He's a wrestler, but he is also you know just. Unlike anyone you're you have ever seen? And because we were doing our best to highlight black performers, black artists and check that out. 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"ovation" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

09:28 min | 2 years ago

"ovation" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

"Take on him early on before his girlfriend puts her two cents in, and I feel like she was spot on is that he feels entitled to things. And honestly just knowing what I know about auditions in theater, I'm not a professional actor, but I have friends of friends who are professional actors and struggling actors etcetera. You do not go into an audition on book. You have that memorized. You do not go in there unprepared. Just thinking that you're entitled to get it because you know this particular producer or director, or what have you you come, and you do the work before you get there, and then you show respect to the people for whom you're auditioning and you see this shift when? They when the I guess, what was his name John You? Never see him you just hear his voice, and he says. Can we slate this again? We need this audition clean, and you just see this change. In in Harry's face in his eyes, its masterful acting so masterful, and you just right there. You know what kind of person he is, and you're just like okay, so he's going to bomb this and he's going to be upset because it's always gonna be someone else's fault. And so that's that's Harrys big deal is it's always someone else's fault? Yes, yes, very much very much, so and I think. One of the good things about it is that he's not written or played as just an out and out. Complete Villain, you know no, it's done. I, think at a very believable level. It's all the little things as you go along and later on, someone says about and I think it was one of the COPS, yeah he? He was on national TV show once, and it's almost as if. He got a big break once and maybe that's the thing that ruined him I. Don't know that he's like I'm the guy who was on you know. I don't know trying to think of some TV show. The died. Invest back in the day. NYPD BLUE THERE YOU GO! Yeah. I was on time, cop or some. No that's not that's not the example you. I mean that's kind of how I him. No, because amb like a show that maybe could have went somewhere bought, so it was a national show was going out everywhere. Maybe they even got a couple of seasons out of it, but it died a death, and then ever since then he sought. Hold on I was on that show. You know that show shouldn't have been canceled? That's where this kind of entitlements came from so yeah, you know great performance by Ethan. embry I think and the nicely kind of pitched. If you like just in the first instance where all you see, is his I just just just the light shining into his high and I thought do this is going to be. A masterpiece of equity. 'cause I wasn't sure which episode it was going to be of course I listened to the episode with that you had with win Rosenfeld, and so I was waiting for his episode, and I didn't check ahead to see which one it was going to be all I knew was that it was a heist body swamp thing, and so when that I switch happens on the OH. This is so. I got really excited, but it's it's. Acting is such a weird job. Because you're only as good as your last audition, you have to keep. Basically an audition is basically begging someone to let you work, and it's such a strange strange thing that you have to keep proving over and over and over again that you are capable of this thing that you want to be your livelihood and it's. It's not an easy life and I get that and. I think that's I. Think you're right. I think. He got spoiled by being on that show. And now he feels that's where he gets that entitlement that this should be mind because I am good I did this ten years ago, so we have this scene with his freedom. We see the clippings cheese Vani march on the UP. It seems that she's having some success, but that on money worries and so he goes to the bank and. He he tries to rob the bank candidate. I I was thinking. Man He's the West. Bank robber ever because. He walks in without a face cover and I suppose that makes it a different kind of robbery. Then he's trying to slip in. Get the money and go. You know we will have to give it the because you've gotta go with something I guess, haven't you? But he goes the catchy. He tries to pull the robbery of and then he has his fast switch now I haven't really said it yet. But Office opened and the radiation is Jordan. Peele sat behind the desk. And you know me brandy. interactivities is key for you know. Obviously, the words are important interactivity. If it's in a diner, you want them to be in the diner. You know that kind of thing so I love the. He sat behind the desk in episode am one. He was in the mirror. That was cool boy I really loved in episode two where he's looking up at the ORB with everybody else. That was brilliant. Yeah, unlike the character. Character just goes past them and he turns around and gives the opening I think they've really knocked out of the park. The staging of the narrations this year I completely agree I I. Watch for it just to see where they're going to put him and every time. In my opinion, it's been flawless. He's the one in the mirror i. just honestly I just said. Oh yes, yes, yes, that was I felt like that was just a stroke of genius. It just felt perfect to see him in the reflection. So yeah I have no complaints over any of his opening or closing narrations or not a closing aeration. As is the case in one. Yeah, we'll get there. We'll get there. I suppose enough fast episodes. He was in a men's bathroom. So the other thing that could have been with stood next Timothy Noah. Stole, so let's go into MIRA Anything else would have been in poor taste, but even. It's still was just a nice surprise. You never really sure when the opening narration is going to come, and when it does, it's just it's. It seems Oh. Yes, this is the perfect spot to do that. It's a pretty. Fast moving episode, isn't it? It kind want once that start. It keeps going. It keeps going, and that's why I said to win. It must have been a bit of a Juggling Act not only in the writing, but then he he mentioned the director Peter Attend. Co sort of brought a lot to it. It could have been a mess, couldn't it? How do you think they handled this brandy? I have no problem with how it was handled. It was. It was amazing for Ethan embry because he got to play so many different characters, but it was also amazing for all of these other actors, because they got to embody Harry, and every single one of them brought characteristics that we see. In that opening bid before the opening narration begins. Know just the way he touches his face, because he has a beard and certain gestures his. You know certain ways. He moves his head. They all just embody one of those aspects so that you know. Who is who at every moment? or who is whom excuse me so? I thought it was not hard to follow. I. Don't think it was a mess I found. It's actually very very well done. The one I liked was when the cop was in the bathroom and. Like trying to get used to his new mouse, kind of thing is. Speaking into the mirror bought Harry's such A. He has this kind of ego to him that he couldn't helpfulness gone out, and you know doing his whole bits of the mirror and he's still. On the back, he just on a great job with performance, so that was that was really cool. So. It goes on and it goes on and I think. One of the things that I like about this is that we often see in the twilight zone. Some is acting on a pass, and you know they're pass and seeing the thing on the wing there the person who is being affected. I think what I liked about. This one is the inclusion of detective. Reese on there was someone else kind of bearing witness to it, and trying to figure out what was going on I thought that was a nice little ring you're. Like, well used twilight zone situation if you like not the whole situation, but the fact that something was acting upon a pair soon..

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"ovation" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"ovation" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"A standing ovation so they are very energetic and very ready for this rally to get going ten foot high pedestrian fencing if you want to get past that sense in any closer to the arena you have to have a ticket fox's ray bogan in Tulsa protesters are also heading to town that's part of the reason why the fencing concrete barriers were erected some businesses are boarded up everyone who enters the arena will have their temperature taken attendees will also be given hand sanitizer and masks but they're not required to wear them despite a surge in corona virus cases here's Oklahoma governor Kevin state we've been re open now for fifty seven days we were the first state to kind of come out of this we've been in phase three since June first work side and we've been having little league job games right so far and Oklahoma's been open for business since June first fully nationwide there are more than two point two million confirmed virus cases virus infections topping one thousand at a slaughter house in northwest Germany all sixty five hundred workers and managers and their family members have been ordered to quarantine a forklift in a back hoe have been brought in to remove that toppled Confederate monument in Washington DC last night protesters pulled the statue of Albert pike down police were there but didn't step in ask your Amazon smart speaker to play the news from fox America is listening to fox news there's never been a more critical time fox news media is bringing America together America is watching this debate on fox.

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"ovation" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"ovation" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ovation she was there to receive an award and give a speech about American diplomacy describing a career that began in the Cold War and continued with the promise of democracy and capitalism in the former Soviet republics where she served then things changed it doesn't feel like the end of history as some have promised it feels like now we have not just the nation state challenges of old but also new challenges a terrorism has nine eleven pandemics global warming the disorienting in dangerous effects of disinformation and the tension between a globalizing world and a trending nativism though she didn't mention trump by name he was clearly on her mind to be blunt and amoral she can guess inform policy that substitutes threats fear and confusion for trust cannot work over the long haul and your vantage warns America's alliances are fraying and that creaking sound we can all hear those are the institutions of international order under very severe strain without doubt our international institutions need to reboot but they don't need to be built ambassador Maria von of age only alluded to her role in trump's impeachment thanking Georgetown for inviting her to teach after she was abruptly brought back from Ukraine and then sticking by me through a very difficult fall when frankly I was nothing but trouble as the dean of the school of foreign service put it Georgetown has become the refugee camp of choice for some of America's most senior diplomats last year you of one of its testified that corrupt business interests may have cost her her job as ambassador to Ukraine now she thinks the state department is in trouble the policy process has been replaced by decisions emanating from the top with little discussion vacancies at all levels go unfilled and officers are increasingly wondering whether it is safe to express concerns about policy even behind closed doors a three time ambassador Yavanna vet says there has been one upside to the dramatic end of her career she's received letters from around the country and she had a chance in her testimony to explain to Americans what US diplomats do Michele Kellerman NPR news Washington and later on All Things Considered Americans nearly a trillion dollars in credit card debt that is an all time high and credit card delinquencies are rising sharply among young people to listen to that story and others ask your smart speaker to play and PR or your member station by this is NPR news.

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"ovation" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"ovation" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Ovation parole or the sex offender registry or anybody else where they're living Ron Sanders the Kenton county Commonwealth's attorney let's check the roads now all the latest traffic and weather together the only slow spot on the screen tonight is seventy five south bound at seventy four and that construction zone otherwise looking good album his forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center we moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of IV sedation learn more at no fear dentist dot com more wet weather carry the umbrella tonight along with thirty six tomorrow more rain high of forty four at night a chance of flurries in a low down to twenty eight by Sunday cloudy skies and thirty seven light snow will develop Sunday night going into Monday when a remix by Monday morning pretty severe weather station I'm nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. radar shows most of the tristate getting rain right now forty three degrees in Cincinnati bad fire in Winton hills today leaving more than twenty people homeless happen in the fifty six hundred block of garden hill lane and silver oak St damage about fifty thousand dollars the fire was in a lower level apartment in Warren County near eleven in the sheriff's office tonight investigating a double shooting earlier today eighteen hundred block of Oregonian road there'd been a nine one one call about prowlers an eighteen year old turned up dead and a juvenile was critically wounded that eighteen year old identified as Mason Trudy X. of Centerville who was a student Warren County career center Wall Street today the Dow closed up three points nasdaq up eighteen and the S. and P. five hundred up a fraction of a point next update coming up at eight thirty Matt Rees newsradio seven hundred W. up twelve days of deals it's going on right now by find something for everyone on your list at our lowest prices of the season but don't wait the only last today Best Buy he doesn't bestbuy dot com introducing the Capital One Walmart rewards cards earn unlimited five percent back on everything you buy at Walmart online it's the perfect car for all your families this holiday season like five percent back on the air fire Grampa told you about when he fell asleep in his chair or five percent back on the laptop your sister had carolers sing about read the Capital One Walmart rewards card earn unlimited rewards including five percent back in Walmart online what's in your wallet terms and exclusions apply Capital One getting ready for the cozy is Christmas ever get told maybe for up to sixty percent off everything that's right the entire store is on sale including mix and match jingle jam is infested prints for the whole family from a box.

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"ovation" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"ovation" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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"ovation" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"ovation" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The ovation from the garden faith lasted a solid twenty five seconds yesterday jar road on Instagram still years and he had to fight back tears. Boston's captain thanked fans their support and ended his message with we will be back jars on the books for at least one more season. He's due two million dollars next year. Adam Kaufman WBZ. Boston's new. Eight thirteen type of traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes is brought to you by that cancer center at Beth Israel Deaconess medical centers problems on four five David. Yeah. Both directions of four ninety five south of the city Ben backed up more than four miles getting by a crash on four ninety five northbound it's in the media and after route one and rent them left lane is blocked in both directions. Ninety five northbound has a crash blocking the left lane after route one fifty two and then it's slow from route one to one twenty eight. When twenty eight north is slow from their past the pike Twenty-four North is hung up from Harrison boulevard to route ninety three lower end of ninety three south is backed up from the expressway to route ninety five and one twenty eight ninety three north is jammed from route twenty eight to the expressway. Route three is on the breaks between two twenty eight and the expressway to find out about that expressway, we check in with them offering sheri- copter. Yeah Jeff, right? On the expressway. Northbound this morning. Jim solid through the split up past Columbia road slows again from before the pike up through the O'neil Davidson drone in the mapra insurance copter. North of town, ninety three southbound stalls from before thirteen on the way to a crash before dascomb road. David store, Felina WBZ's traffic on the threes. Many hospitals offer their standard of care for cancer. But at the cancer center at Beth Israel, Deaconess, physician scientists are seeking the standard of cure. Learn more at B I D M.

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"ovation" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ovation" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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"ovation" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"ovation" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The ovation for the heisman trophy winning left fielder tim cbo's i aaa at bat is a lefty who had a good second season in the pros last year the ovation lasted long enough that short stepped off the rubber and now he's ready to go with two out and none aboard for the wind up bitch that's a slider down in tibo able to check his swing breaking ball of some sort seventy nine miles an hour tibo took it the mets say this is not a publicity stunt they liked him t-boz potential the one pitches outside this tried to come into the back door to the left he did warren and it soon last year they it was only the second year playing pro baseball he played at aa that hit two seventy three to tibo that's fastball outside three oh Beloved by many for his football and off the field prowess three oh pitches in for a strike. It's three and one. He takes this seriously. He wants this career to work out for him. Although he has not given up the off season broadcasting responsibilities. To out the three one from Sharon is swung on admist bullish string on ditch award with change needed. See that coming. Three m ibn understatement. Now assume quite a pitch swing sequence there and Tibo came up real empty. Mike throw three to wider. It comes swing and the belt tipped it into the mid of Leone who holds on for strength three C pitch back toback changeups to come for the high in the count to fan Tim tebow. Mike showroom gets his second punch out. So it's the pitchers dominated to start after two..

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"ovation" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

11:04 min | 3 years ago

"ovation" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Of Roe versus Wade, New York. Lawmakers gave themselves a standing ovation for the overwhelming vote to allow unrestricted abortion in the first six months of pregnancy or even later in the pregnancy. If a doctor determines it's necessary for the health of the mother now, the health of the mother, literally includes anything. Well, no, Glenn. Call right-wing nutjob. Its first of all it's got somebody Microsoft, she'll. Get into that later. But it's not at all true that it's anything. Right. It's just simply all factors. All but that's anything. Well, physical. Yes. Emotional, emotional, psychological, psychological. Familial familial. What does that even the woman's age? Alright. Anything that's relevant to the well being of the patient. Anything that's relevant. So that sounds like anything. Well, it's anything as long as you as long as you at least say something, I think if you went in there and said, you know, what I have no reason for this abortion, technically, they could say no to you. However, if you said, you had a reason that you think would improve your well being they could not reject you because all factors relevant to the well being of the patient term really freaking out because of the babysitter responsibilities. Abort abort it. Get that thing out of there. I'm not sure I know somebody who could babysit my kids. Don't don't even think about it aborted. That's kind of ROTC right now. Okay. I I see the difference. I'm sorry. But if you were to say, I actually have a wonderful babysitter. And they're reasonably priced, and I just, you know, I just well, I was gonna say if I if you say, you just don't want the baby that would be enough to get rid of the baby. If you said, if you walk in you said, I don't know if I want the baby or not, but please aboard it. I still think that would still qualified, but it would be questioned. Well, bet you'd have to get a doctor to do that. And if you don't think doctors would come up with a billion reasons to justify very late term abortions under this law, then you're not familiar with leftist. Logic state Senator Liz Krueger, I want her any relation, Freddie, Manhattan. I guess it was it was through marriage. Yeah. Like it was through marriage. Yes. Sure. Choice. Well, her mother, if if it wasn't through marriage, and she was related to, Freddie. Her mother could have said when Liz was in the room. I've already have one demon seed, son. I can't have another child. Anyway, luckily for her she wasn't aborted and she sponsored the act and she said, quote, there is nothing radical about this Bill the decision about whether or not to have an abortion is deeply personal, and it should not have taken this long to get to this day. So now, here's what the law guarantees to women in New York you can terminate your child at any time before giving birth. You can do so without any criminal repercussions. According to the Bill reasons that might threaten the health of the mother include alike. Stew said all factors relevant to the well being of the patient, physical, emotional, psychological, familial and the women's and the women's. Age. So you got an unborn kid. Gosh, I hope that kid doesn't find himself in the womb of a woman in New York. You're six weeks away from making it out alive. But your mom's really not feeling up to the parental challenge. Right now. It's too emotionally draining. Dr agrees. Yeah, it's going to be really hard on her. So it's best for the mom. Again, I go to where we started. Where is the Justice in that? Whose justice? I want to give you another story. The death demand. Is going way up. Now in Europe, they have in the Netherlands they have legalized euthanasia for a long time. So if you wanna see the future all you have to do now is look to the Netherlands, and you can see that euthanasia appears to become unstoppable after a few years. Some of the stories that are now coming out are are are pretty shocking. The bible now, of course, has been sidelined and reason has been sidelined emotional attachment to anything at the end of its life or the beginning of the life is has been sidelined. The Dutch people that are being youth Anais began to rise sharply from under two thousand in two thousand seven to almost six thousand six hundred ten years later now that's the same number are estimated to have their euthanasia request turned down as not conforming with the legal requirements in two thousand seventeen some nineteen hundred Dutch people just killed themselves while the number of people who died under of sedation in theories theory coming to their illness. Well, cocooned from physical discomfort was thirty two thousand. So what that means is well over. Over twenty five percent of all deaths in the Netherlands in two thousand seventeen was induced. That's incredible. Almost thirty percent of all deaths in the Netherlands induced. Now, here's where it gets bad. You have to write an advance directive that says, hey, if I get to this state, you gotta kill me. Please kill me whether or not they the family disagrees or even the patient disagrees. This is kind of a problem because there is a growing number of people who have put a directive together that say if I get to this state, I wanna die. So in other words, if I get to the state where I don't recognize my family members, my wife, my life isn't worth living. And and so there's a growing number of people. Once you put that directive in you can't stop that directive, there's a growing number of people in one of the first cases. Was from a woman that said, you know, if I get to this point in my pain, I'm just not going to be able to handle it. And so I want you to kill me. And so she wrote it down and she signed it. Well, she got to that point in her pain. And she said, you know, but I I actually can handle it life is. I'm just not in the space that I was and this is more tolerable than I thought. So no. They couldn't take no for an answer. So they strapped her down to the bed and her family held her down as she was injected and died she was killed. While saying, no, I've changed my mind. That is incredible. I mean that is it's the that's an entire society just giving up their connection to life being important, right? Yeah. And and and deciding what life has meaning and purpose in advance. I don't know about you. But I can't believe the change in me. And just in fifteen years, if you would've asked me twenty years ago, and you know, probably said this to you twenty years ago. Oh my gosh. I know I said it's a tiny when we got married. No, more children. No, more children. No, more children. I don't want any more children. My first wife, I said, no children. I don't want children. We have two children. Then I got married, and I said, no children and tanya's Legwell Marignan like one we have to and honest to God. I am the one begging my wife to adopt more. We can't have any more children. But I am begging to adopt more. And I have said I don't know how many times in the last two years to friends and others family is the only thing it's the only thing have as many children as you possibly can. And I don't know how I would stand it because they still drive me nuts when they're all talking. But I love it. It is the only thing that matters. Well, am I bound by what I thought twenty years ago? Of what I wanted of what I thought was important. Nothing of what I thought was important even ten years ago is the same. I mean that is kind of the growth process, right? Yes. If not you are dead, if you're not growing, if you're not changing, you might as well be dead. What are you doing? You should be exploring. You should be experiencing new things, you should have new feelings. You should have new understandings of things you shouldn't be. I mean, if you're arguing please don't kill me there with the exception of. I mean, arguably the death penalty, right? Like, a what is the if you're guilty of a capital crime? Then maybe you could argue for it. But in all those cases, you pretty much don't kill the person and. And this is the government enforcing it. This is the government enforcing it. And why are they enforcing it? Because you're a drain on society because you're a useless eater. That's why since when do when would somebody say? You know, I don't want to die. I don't want to die. I don't want this and the government imposes that law. No, no, no. No, no. There is sorry. You signed in everything else in everything else. We look the other way. Oh, yeah. Yeah. He was sticking classified documents that he smuggled out of the national archives literally in his underpants in his socks all. Well, things happen. Here's a woman who's strapped to the bed going. No, I've changed my mind. Sorry, the law's the law, and we should all grow. And I want to tell you today. I've looked at this. I've looked at this. And I I believe I've changed to and and today I would like to launch a new initiative on this program. And I've put a little something together. Listen..

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