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‘Smile’ Leads Box Office With Scary Good $22 Million Opening, ‘Bros’ Fizzles With $4.8 Million

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 15 hrs ago

‘Smile’ Leads Box Office With Scary Good $22 Million Opening, ‘Bros’ Fizzles With $4.8 Million

"The horror movie smile is the top box office draw this week With the latest The worst smile I've ever seen Smile about a therapist who thinks she's losing her mind is number one for movie ticket sales It brought in $22 million its first weekend according to studio estimates Don't worry darling drops to second place with the woman king in third the gay romantic comedy Bros debuts in fourth place the rerelease of avatar is number 5

I Thought Fascists Hate Women...

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 4 d ago

I Thought Fascists Hate Women...

"Fascist hate women. I'm a little bit confused. They've elected a women, a woman premiere for Italy, from a party with fascist roots. Nobody better tell them what the roots of the Democrat party are. Let's talk about all that and much more. In fact, real fascism in America with somebody who is, well, he's a professional troublemaker and that's why we invite him to guest host here on America first. Uncle Jimbo Jim Hansen, welcome in studio one on one. I get to be with you, Seb. Did I hear you say that you're moving to Sweden next week? Not moving, but we'll move across the pond or visiting relatives. I have relatives in Sweden and barbarian. Are they fascist barbarian Vikings? Barbarian Vikings they carry axes and they put the banners up and everything. Yeah. I can't wait because Sweden, as he also said, we're all talking about Italy, but before that Sweden elected a very extreme right neo fascist party. Because they believe in God, it was other problems. I think there was pretty much they believed that crime and uncontrolled immigration and all of the woke politics that were destroying their country were probably a good thing to stop. Do they believe Sweden is good? Do they believe in the country? Is that the issue? Is that why they're fascist? Because they believe in Sweden? You know, this nationalist thing. I think is wonderful to watch because it's okay to love your country. It's okay to believe that your country has something special. We do, and we have good reason to Sweden, can again, and they want to. So does Italy. Good on them. So maybe they should have, let's do a bit of consulting for them. They could come up with some kind of political catch phrase like make sweet and great again. Something like that. I make Italy great again. That's catchy. I think it's going to work because they've already started. That's the good thing. The people saw that life under woke rule life under social Democrat or whatever you want to call their version of socialism was destroying their country. And they said, maybe we should stop. I mean,

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Sean Feucht Drops In After His Times Square 'Let Us Worship' Event

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:30 min | 6 d ago

Sean Feucht Drops In After His Times Square 'Let Us Worship' Event

"Ladies and gentlemen Sean Foyt, Sean, I can't believe you are in the studio. In the flesh. Every time I've interviewed you on this program, you've been in a car on a hilltop in California. Right? Yeah. And you are in New York City. Welcome to New York, my friend. Thank you. I was just Alvin and I were just telling my audience our version of what happened last night. And it was so beautiful and a friend of mine, my wilkerson said, oh, and when the sun went down while we're worshiping, that was the beginning of Roche Shaun at the beginning of the Jewish new year. And I said, that was not planned. That was amazing. To be worshiping Jesus in the middle of Times Square. Publicly, beautifully. So last night we saw the film, the film super spread is fantastic. The only part I didn't like is my part. I'm in it folks. I apologize, you know what I mean? I was just very bullish. I was bloated and confused. But they put it in any way, because but Sean, just tell us, what happened yesterday? Man, it was wild. I mean, like you mentioned, you know, being in Times Square, the place where the ball drops, the place where the eyes of the world look at during new years. And we were there actually during the real new years. Is that not amazing? Yeah, it's so cool. And what was even more wild, I mean, there's so many different threads to weave, but when we first came in 2020 and we were on the West Coast and we were doing lettuce worship and of course, you know, people were, there was a narrative from the media that it was like this anti lockdown anti government protest. It wasn't that at all. It was just like, hey, we're The Church of Jesus Christ. We need to rise up. This is a dark time people are fearful. People are filled with, you know, this chaos is confusion, drug and alcohol use of skyrocketing, suicides, this guy rocketing, we need to worship. And so then when I had it in my heart, like we got to go to New York City. This is a city I love. I've been coming here since I was a kid, and when we showed up in Washington square park under the big arch, there was a policeman there, a chief of police that met me and he said, what are you guys doing here? And I said, well, you know, we're here to worship. And at that time, protesters had been raging through that park. And it was just a place of chaos and violence. And he said, well, we could use the church here.

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'Don't Worry Darling' shrugs off drama, opening with $19.2M

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

'Don't Worry Darling' shrugs off drama, opening with $19.2M

"Don't worry darling led the box office for the weekend I'm Marty zar a letter with the latest Yeah I'm so sorry I forgot to tell you but you're not feeling very well Well rumors that Florence Pugh and Olivia Wilde not being on friendly terms could have soured audiences on going to see don't worry darling it did help that Harry Styles is in the film too Don't worry darling brought in $19.2 million in its opening weekend according to studio estimates Last week's top movie the woman king is in second place the rerelease of Avatar took third barbarian was number four and pearl was number 5

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Sebastian Talks to Russian-Born U.S. Intel Expert Rebekah Koffler

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | Last week

Sebastian Talks to Russian-Born U.S. Intel Expert Rebekah Koffler

"Back with Rebecca cough. She is the author of a former senior DIA expert on Russia. Jim carfano of heritage tweeted out early today and I retweeted it. If you look at what is it, the 27 28 members of NATO, the highest commitment of aid to Ukraine by members of NATO as a percentage of GDP are the Baltic states and Poland. Isn't that interesting? The states that were under the boot of the Soviet Union are invaded themselves. They're the ones helping out the Ukraine the most. Isn't that telling? Absolutely, and it's always been that way. Sebastian, I even when I was in the community, you know, the people who are very responsive and helpful, they assist us tremendously because they are right there in the theater. They gathered and not Germany. Germany's in bed with Moscow with the Gerhard shredder being one of the CEOs of Gazprom. Exactly. You're going to leave our studio. You've been doing media all day. You said you're going to go if you're going to write an analytic piece, talking about scenarios. So people need to read your article, but first, not nuking America because he's not insane. He's not suicidal. But what's scenarios under which could Putin consider using the low threshold low yield tactical nukes. Give us some examples. So we're exactly right now in this scenario Sebastian for which, on Putin's orders, this doctrine was developed in the first place, escalated to deescalate and scenarios this Putin is losing on the battlefield. And he is cornered.

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Don't Get Offended If Your Call Is Screened

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:29 min | Last week

Don't Get Offended If Your Call Is Screened

"Basically just some woman called in and she was very nice at first, but then she was mad that I was call screening her and doing my job. Wait, what? Which made no sense at all. What did she say? She said, well, how dare you question I'm a Trump supporter because she wanted to talk about Trump. And I was like, 'cause I just said, hey, what do you want to tell Todd about Trump? And she's like, well, what do you think? I'm like, lady, you're supposed to tell me what you think. And he said, how dare you question I'm a Trump supporter, you guys are not true constitutionalists. I said, lady, I'm just doing my job. Wow. All right. She was like yelling at me, and I was like, she's yelling, I start yelling and I just hung up on it. I've never heard you yell. That's what shocked me. I didn't know what was going on over there. Yeah, no. All right, well chaotic. Yeah, well look, if you plan on coming on this program, we need to know what you're talking about. So don't take it personally if grace asks you what do you want to tell Todd? Exactly. Otherwise, we'll get some Yahoo talking about lord knows what. Exactly. By the way, what was it like? I know you picked up the phone, you handled Trump when he called into the a studio today. He was so nice, you know, he just he literally answered the phone like a normal person. He was like, hello, how are you? And I was like, I'm doing very well. How are you? So it wasn't one of these where it's a secretary. And then the secretary put you in touch with the chief of staff. I have no way. Please hold for the president. He just makes his own calls. Which is crazy to me. In a good way. And you know, he's like, is Todd there. I was like, of course, mister president. Put him on for him. I love it.

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Grant Stinchfield and John Solomon on the Leadership Failures of J6

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:51 min | Last week

Grant Stinchfield and John Solomon on the Leadership Failures of J6

"Get back to the show with grand stinchfield. Well, I'll tell you what it is such a pleasure to be sitting in for my good friend doctor Sebastian gork I always enjoy being in the studio talking to you as well. All of you out there. And one of the things I love is when we have great guests on this program, which doctor Sebastian gorka always has great guys on. One of my favorites used to come on my newsmax show all the time, of course, is John Solomon from just the news, who's been breaking so much news over the course of so many years, but John Solomon is great to have you on the program. Great to be with you, grant. Great to be with you. Now I'm going to try this. The audio is a little shaky, but let's give this a shot. So John, January 6th, you have been beyond many on top of everything surrounding January 6th, the leftist play on the political prisoners that they've been holding all these things. It looks like they are now going to reconvene the January 6th committee in Congress. In October, just in time for the November elections. Is this some kind of October surprise that they're doing another ploy? Well, I think it exposes once again what people have thought about the January 6th committee, which is political first in public interest second. They've been driving politics from the beginning. This is all about attacking Trump nation. And not about getting to the root issues that should matter to the American public. Like, how did a $600 million police force get overrun by a group of old guns on January 6th? We don't have any answers to that. After 9 11, we learned from the failures of 9 11. The January 6th committee isn't interested. Last week I broke a story. There were as many as ten capital police whistleblowers have come forward saying, we had all the intelligence to prevent January 6th, but we didn't create the plan. The resourcing, the mindset to defend the capitol that day, that should scare all of us, because those problems haven't been fixed.

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Sebastian Talks Breaking News With Devin Nunes, CEO of Truth Social

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | 2 weeks ago

Sebastian Talks Breaking News With Devin Nunes, CEO of Truth Social

"Himself in battle against the deep state as chairman of the intelligence committee of the House, and now he runs truth, social congressman, chairman, president, CEO, Devin Nunes, welcome in studio. C that's it is a pleasure, honestly, to be here. You've invited me for so many years and it's great to see your Millennium Falcon, all your Star Wars paraphernalia around here. You got your red phone. I mean, it's great. I think we have a similar vintage, so I think you can appreciate all the stuff that my wife will like me to get out of the house and stuff my studio full of. But my wife would like for me to get all this stuff out of the house. You have to get a show insane and then we have to build your studio and then we can fill it. All right, I'm glad we've got a sense of humor because in Reagan's tradition we have to be happy warriors. I can't butt start with the news to shocking items that we have we have Steve Bannon mentioned this last week after he has to go to New York he was on the show with us after he walked out of that indictment in New York that dozens of people associated with president Trump being ambushed being subpoenaed by the DoJ. We have the confirmation today, 44 zero, including our regular friend here, Boris Epstein, who is a lawyer to president Trump had his phone, his phone taken away from him by the federal authorities. And then as you're walking into the studio with your colleague, we find out that danchenko, the notorious danchenko sauce with the Steele dossier, thanks to Durham filing. We now know he's an FBI informant. Did you know all of this? Did you know the subpoenas were coming danchenko was a plant? I have to have your response. Well, I think that let's take the danchenko stuff first and we can come back to the other subpoenas that Steve Bannon mentioned. But this is really breaking news right now. It's only a few hours old, Durham went to unseal some findings and in that, just to remind the audience, danchenko was the super secret Russian source that when we were investigating this, everybody said, oh, these people are going to die. These are sources that are close to Putin, Putin could off of a minute minute and it ends up sea bass that he was like within a few blocks of here. Yeah, it was a

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Charlie Welcomes Viral Instagrammer Gabriel Finochio AKA Woke Jesus

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:45 min | 2 weeks ago

Charlie Welcomes Viral Instagrammer Gabriel Finochio AKA Woke Jesus

"One of my favorite Instagram accounts people text me these images all the time. I actually don't go on Instagram. Is this awesome account about woke Jesus? So what it is is it's kind of a obviously a joke. It's a comedy account that's playing this idea of what would Jesus say if he was woke, the creator is Gabriel finocchio, he's a great American and boy, does he get a lot of people in Christian incorporated upset. Let me just focus on one of them. Let's focus on the last one here. For example, it says, if you promise not to talk about abortion or LGBTQIA, I'll bring celebrities to your church, woke Jesus deal. One of my other favorite ones here is Jesus praying and he says, father, please give me a blue check mark. Designer clothing, endless wealth, celebrity friends, a world where abortion is safe and legal and everybody is vax and LGBTQI ETC. Amen and a woman. Welcome Jesus. Gabe joins us right now. Welcome to the program. Hey Charlie, how are you? Good. I'm doing great. So tell us about this account that you run and then let's talk more broadly about wokeism in American Christianity. Thanks. Yeah, and thanks for having me on. Big fan of your show. Big fan of you. Thank you for what you're doing, what you've done. Thank you. And yeah, you're a hero. I'm not a great American, unfortunately. I'm Canadian. Oh, there you go. I wish I was a great two polite, that's why. Yeah, I just had to correct the record. I did have, I did have loyalist ancestors who unfortunately took land up in Canada during the Revolutionary War. But I'm trying to make amends. And so this is part of reparations. This is part of my, this is part of my repentance representing my family cowardly family lineage who are loyalists during the Revolutionary War. But anyway, so yeah, the woke account was just, you know, everybody's heard of things Jesus never said, right? And, you know, that was a big trend, you know, like a decade ago. But with the woke tidal wave that we experienced in like 2020, you know, I guess I was just, you know, hanging out one night. I think I was making some music with my brother in our studio and I was just like, you know, trying to kill time, really. And then I thought, you know what? Let's do some, let's do some things Jesus never said things, but then we'll just like tag this is woke Jesus, you know, things woke Jesus would say.

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If You Don't Get Angry, Something's Wrong With You

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:19 min | 2 weeks ago

If You Don't Get Angry, Something's Wrong With You

"But the reason I'm telling people this and I'm taking your time, John, is because Mario morelo spoke. A lot of people don't know who he is. Ladies and gentlemen, there are just a tiny handful of people like Mario Morello. I've never seen anyone bolder more in tune with what God is saying. I don't say that lightly. And what he talked about, you just got me thinking, John. The level of evil that is manifesting itself in the United States of America right now. When you hear about the government going after an organization like Christians engage dot org and saying, well, we're going to take away your tax exempt status. This is evil. And if you don't get angry at this, something's wrong with you. You're trying to pretend it's not happening. And by the way, that is about the most anodyne little thing you could possibly mention, but I just thought when Mario marlos spoke, he spoke about some of the genuinely wicked things done and there are people in the church convinced that somehow the Christian thing to do is to be quiet or to be nice. I mean, if somebody mutilates your children, are you not going to fight? Are you not going to stand? Are you not going to do? There are things happening that, you know, apart from the literal mutilation of children because of the transgender madness, if you don't speak up, if you don't get angry and say, I have an obligation to fight for what is right and true, the idea that I can't be political. You are absolutely hiding from reality. And I just want to be really blunt folks. God's going to judge us when we are silent in the face of evil. God calls us to speak. And not only will God judge you, I will judge you. I will be in the gulag for a couple of years before they finally come and get you. And when you show up, I will laugh at you. I will judge you. That's the most important thing. I mean, I tell you, forgive me, John, but you know, when you tell me that, that the IRS or whoever is trying to bother Christians engaged. It's another good reason to go to Christians engaged dot org, folks. Because we have to stand with those who are being persecuted and vilified, attacked in any event. Well, John. Well, I've got a piece at the stream that relates to this. And it's an unusual title. Is the Trump movement like Syria's Kurds and indispensable ally for Christians? Is the Trump movement like Syria's Kurds and indispensable ally for Christians? Like Syria's Kurds and indispensable ally for Christians. For Christians. Okay, let me guess. Yes. Yes. So I tell the story of two very similar Christian communities in very similar circumstances with tragically different outcomes. The Christians of Iraq had and the Christians of Syria as circa 2001 on September 11th, 2001. They were in very similar situations. They were dependent on the goodwill of secular Arab dictators. Saddam Hussein Bashir. The U.S. fights this pointless war in Iraq based on weapons of mass destruction that never existed. Our regime our occupation does not protect the Christians. The Muslims are infuriated that the American crusaders are in their countries. So they started attacking the local Christians who are hapless helpless scapegoats. They had all been disarmed by the government. Saddam Hussein, like a good tyrant, had gun control. America being good liberals, we kept gun control laws in Iraq. The Islamists like other criminals don't obey gun control laws. So they got lots of guns. The Christians of Iraq, obeyed the law, counted on the government to protect them, were slaughtered. Three fourths of the Christians in Iraq who had been there since the apostles, the churches have been there since the second century. Three fourths of Iraq's Christians were killed or driven into exile. And if you want to help them go to Iraqi Christian relief organization, they really do need your help. It's tragic because they were disarmed. They were helpless in the face of ISIS. When ISIS marched in the city of Mosul, which had 1.6 million people and tens of thousands of Christians. Like a hundred guys from ISIS took over a city of more than a million people because they'd all been disarmed by the government. Hundred guys took over a terrorized the city of 1.6 million people burned all the churches, drove all the Christians out, raped the women set up rape camps where they traded them. Horrendous tragic outcome. That is what happens when Christians trust a secular government that doesn't like them to protect them. And the secular government here in America clearly likes us less and less with each passing week. So as I've written and I've got a book on this coming out on this called God and guns versus the government, the more hostile the government becomes, the more important our gun rights become. Now let me tell the story of Syria. In Syria, do you remember the Arab Spring went to democracy was going to come to the Arab world? Well, how did that work out? Joey walked out. We have to go to a break here, but I just have to remind my audience just so that they're tracking with the conversation. The lunacy of the Arab Spring, the lunacy that the idea that democracy could break out in a place like that. The naivete of the people who put forward that narrative. And then we saw it collapse and they never bothered to say, oh, oh yeah, we were wrong about that. When we come back talking to John for the rest of the hour and more, don't go away. Well, I for one second, I've got an alarm going off. 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Robert Wilkie Describes the First Time He Met Queen Elizabeth

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:36 min | 2 weeks ago

Robert Wilkie Describes the First Time He Met Queen Elizabeth

"Discuss the topic of the passing of a monarch that reigned for 70 years because the individual we have in studio, a regular supporter of the show, spent some formative years in the UK. We are delighted to have him in studio for the whole hour for a member of the Trump administration of the cabinet secretary of veterans affairs served two of our armed services with distinction, secretary Robert wilkie. Welcome in studio. Thank you, doctor. And I'm going to, I'm going to take guest privilege here. Describe the first time I met her majesty. Please, my father was the liaison officer to the royal school of artillery. In Wiltshire, outside of Salisbury. And she was coming to bestow the royal title on the school and as the senior allied officer. We were not seeing the officer's family. We received a visit from some of our strap hangers. The night before. Telling the children how to behave in the presence of royalty. That's right. You don't throw your hand out. You don't talk. Well, so she comes to the line. And I've been told since then, that she instinctively knew when she was around Americans. And she liked she liked our fourth rightness. She liked American children. And of course, my little brother who was 6 years old immediately throws his hand out. And I could see the guys with all the feathers in their hats swooning. And this is catastrophe of the first one. They ate the car fainting. And she stood there for 5 minutes and talked.

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Jennifer Horn on Gavin Newsom's New Fast Food Bill

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:50 min | 3 weeks ago

Jennifer Horn on Gavin Newsom's New Fast Food Bill

"Who can't provide except for his cronies, the mutual back scratches is of course gruesome use of the government of California. Jen, what is the latest diabolical plan that is going to affect fast food in California, but keep that guy in power? Yeah, it has nothing to do with fast food. Unfortunately, but here's the story. On Monday, Gavin Newsom goes out on Labor Day, and he says, oh, we're going to sign this bill that the state legislature brought to him. And essentially, it creates a fast food council. Now that doesn't seem so bad. It's a little orwellian. Why do I need a counsel for my burgers? For your nuggets? Counsel. Exactly. I'm on the nugget council. So he signs this bill. And what it does is it ensures fair pay and health and safety response from these big restaurant chains all across the state of California. Now, you would think, why would we need a fast food council when already there is a minimum wage, which by the way is $15 enough throughout the state of California depending on the county that you're in, and there's already osho, which goes in and make sure that everything is safe. They have all of these hoops that they have to jump through already. But, you know, a Newsom says, okay, we need this and it's going to raise the price. Now the minimum wage for these workers, it's essentially unionizing them. The minimum wage for fast food workers will probably go up to about 22 bucks an hour. Now that's crazy. And it's going to raise prices and it's going to eliminate jobs because McDonald's is not going to take a loss. They're going to bring in iPads to take your order. It's like the McDonald's. It's literally across the block from our studio. It really pisses me off. There's one human in the back flipping burgers. And then there's these little kiosks out front. It's like, really, that's what you want. It's just robots.

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Switzerland Might Jail Anyone Who Heats Rooms Above 19C

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:46 min | 3 weeks ago

Switzerland Might Jail Anyone Who Heats Rooms Above 19C

"From the daily mail. I just want to read this out because you don't want to believe it when you see it. Switzerland considers jailing anyone who heats their rooms above 19° centigrade for up to three years. That's about 66°. If the country is forced to ration gas. So the Swiss are going to put you. So I had the guys from trigonometry here in the studio a couple of weeks back. And they kind of showed me because I follow British politics. I listened to you I listened to them, but they said they predicted that this winter take hearkening us back to the winter of discontent in the late 70s. It is going to be bloody hard for the British to heat their homes. I thought, that's a bit weird. Can it really be that bad? But going on this, is this not hyperbole, Mike? Well, the Swiss are doing that. In the summertime, Spanish was saying that you could go to jail if you put your air conditioning on. If it wasn't higher than something like 90°F, right? And I'm going, well that's the end of me going to Spain now because if I get a Spain, I like to crank up the air condition you might be getting a very big car drive it down to malaga and put the air conditioning on and put the roof open. So, you know, if you're going to get jailed for that sort of thing, then planks very much. But no thanks. I'm not going. The problem is worldwide right now, right? And it's how you deal with that. And let's trust has already said she's going to announce it's tomorrow. She's going to say we will cap the energy prices. We will do whatever we can and as much as the naysayers and do mongers and particularly the lefties we'd like you to believe that, you know, it's all the Tory government. They will eventually count out and we will all be fine.

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The Joys of Mutilation in the Name of Equality

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

The Joys of Mutilation in the Name of Equality

"Oh, and of course it's a very important, they love to personally attack. Prager is so ugly, no wonder he sticks to radio. The comment. Wouldn't you know I would pay money to have that person come into the studio and I would interview them. I wouldn't even debate them. You think I'm ugly fine. Why did you write that? Do you have children? Do you know when I get when I get mail? That curses me out, which is not often, but it happens. I mean, just an effing piece of S and the whole gamut of curse words. So if they actually have their real name and email address, I am occasion have responded, my response is generally along these lines. I'm just curious because I don't write back anything that is in any way analogous to what they wrote to me. Do you have children? I'm just curious if you have children. And I'll tell you why. Because I would be embarrassed if my child ever saw me write an email like the one you sent me. Sincerely yours, Dennis prager, never get a response to that.

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Rabbi Jonathan Cahn on the Meaning Behind 'The Return of the Gods'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:47 min | 3 weeks ago

Rabbi Jonathan Cahn on the Meaning Behind 'The Return of the Gods'

"As promised, our friend rabbi Jonathan Khan is back with us in the studio look he's right here. Welcome. Hey, always great to be here. All right, listen, you and you, it's like you go big. This book, you have a new book out. Just brand new brand new called the return of the gods. So the first question I have to ask you because it's a very provocative title. What is the meaning of this the return of the gods? This brand new book. Yeah, I have to say Eric, this is the most explosive book I've ever written. I think if you read it, you see that. I know because I read it. And I'm going to pretend that I don't remember anything in it. I'll talk less if I shut up. Yeah, this is the opening of a mystery that's behind everything art, the transformation, what is transforming our culture, our children, touching the Supreme Court. Everything going back to the Bible and going back to the ancient tablets of Mesopotamia. And the ultimate, the first thing you asked is we hear about the gods. Could there be something actually real to the gods. The gods are fiction, but mythology, but could there be something? Okay, now to be clear when you're talking about the gods. The gods of ancient Egypt, the gods of ancient Greece and Ancient Rome, if we're talking about Zeus and Aphrodite, we're talking about marduk. We're talking about all of these gods. So you and I, as believers in the Bible, we would say those gods are fiction. And yet, not really. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, there's another realm to it. And the thing is, what if there's something real about them and what if they are at work now entities or principalities, the Bible speaks about it? What if they're at work, they have returned because we've opened the door.

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R. Kelly ex-manager tells jurors boss never abused minors

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

R. Kelly ex-manager tells jurors boss never abused minors

"Achilles former business manager is testified in the latest trial accusing the singer of sexual crimes Daryl McDavid is the only one of the three defendants in the R. Kelly case to testify in his own defense the singer's ex business manager says he never believed the claims of sexual misconduct against his boss telling the jury in Chicago that fending all false claims is just part of the territory for superstars McDavid says while he did see the state's main accuser hanging around R. Kelly's studio as a minor He never saw anything out of the way take place He said once he asked Kelly about him having sex with the girl who was identified in court only as Jane he said the singer angrily denied it I'm our school's Gabrielle

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Patrick Courrielche Shares the Biggest Red Pill Moment of His Life

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:21 min | 3 weeks ago

Patrick Courrielche Shares the Biggest Red Pill Moment of His Life

"All retell prey of this story that was what maybe one of the key red pilling moments for you and your wife? Yeah, it was one of the biggest red pills of my life. It was 2000 around 2010 or so our daughter started to come old enough to go to preschools and what have you. And we wanted to put her in the best preschool possible and so we got her into this preschool in Hollywood. We didn't know it at the time because we were friends with a lot of celebrities and the Hollywood people and what have you and that's how we ended up getting into this place. We didn't realize it, but it's this kind of community, this exclusive club in Hollywood. It's one of the most exclusive clubs, perhaps in America, where it happens to be the school systems in these epicenters like New York and Hollywood. With this particular system, was a fascinating look into the belly of the beast of Hollywood. We ended up getting into this elementary school. And it was all of the big celebrities were there. Jason Bateman had a kid in our class. Melissa McCarthy ended up having a kid in our class, Adam Scott, who's a big actor from multiple movies had kids in her class. Steve Carell. I mean, I could just go through and just start naming studio heads, huge writers. And we started to look around and we're like, why is everyone so excited about being here? And we started to realize that we were in a cult. And that's really, it's not an exaggeration. These people create this kind of community where they can kind of network with one another and it's more than just a kid going to school. Well, we had this experience where we caught this guy getting in bed. You're not going to believe this. We caught this guy getting in bed with other people's kids, okay? On sleepovers, right? Sleepovers, ages from kindergarten to second grade or so. And we caught him getting in bed with people's kids and we're like, what? What? And so we start asking around, there's this moment where all of these parents kind of went away the women went away on this kind of mommy's trip. They start talking to one another and they start talking about this guy and they have each has different stories about him getting in bed with other people's kids.

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Robert Davi on the Secret Conservative Culture in Hollywood

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:42 min | 3 weeks ago

Robert Davi on the Secret Conservative Culture in Hollywood

"Fiction. It's a real story. My son hunter, the movie we are here with the director and the distributor Robert Darwin and we have from breitbart, Alex Marlow. Gentlemen, let's talk about the state of the conservative culture producers. I presume I don't want to put anybody into a difficult position. You were part of Friends of Abe. Perhaps, perhaps. Okay, good. Can not confirm or deny. What happened to that? Why did we have to have a secret conservative group of actors in directors in Hollywood? What happened to it? And is that why this is the real question? Is that why it seems as if the right doesn't know how to make culture anymore? Give us your take. And it's a bit winded, but you follow me. Yeah. Hollywood in the 1940s and 30s and 50s were infiltrated by the communists. The useful idiots, you know this. Especially the screenwriters guild the screenwriters guild, the agents, the readers on the studios, what projects we're going to get put forward and not. Ronald Reagan, and idle the Pino's house crashed that party because William molden said, there's a meeting of the Communist Party at idol of pinos house. She's like the Meryl strip of the day. They were shouting him down in one act of John Garfield said he should speak, let's hear him speak, okay? He did. And years later, Sterling Hayden said Ronald Reagan was a one man wrecking crew of the Communist Party in Hollywood. A former Democrat. Former Democrat, because he was from a bleeding heart liberal, he saw the infiltration and what their main goal was. And it disturbed him. Because he was early 40s, he was a bleeding heart liberal, and he saw what was happening. Now, that was a communist in our government and in our culture.

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"p studios" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"p studios" Discussed on Now Try This

"And have a second season there. You go okay nick. Yes that was the episode we did. It was the episode. We did it. Yes okay nick you have did you like it. Do you like the game you know. Marcus yeah yes i did. I did like the game ankle studios again hit us up. We would love to give free codes to our fans or something. Yeah sure and if you have another game in development we can be brutally honest with you and streaming and become. Your partner is sponsored a single. They've got there. You go shut up. Okay nick argument continue. Would you play another game by this company. I would thousand percent play another game by this company. Asked me if i was gonna keep playing this game. And i know yeah i think i can see myself within the next week or so being like lexi opened up this game which i think we do. You know i think i think replay ability i think is strong for a very solid timeframe way of putting it. That's very positive way of putting it. Lotta reviews repair replay abilities terrible. And i'm like well. I mean technically after you play for like an hour you replaying it so i play a hundred per se statistically yes technically but once you but i think it's. It's just like anything. It's just like dream data once you do all the daddies. Then you're the game. There's no play bill. Yeah playability is like such a. It's almost like a misnomer right because even if there's a game that's replay ability it's like you're unlocking. Moore's things is more dlc but then there's an end to it and if you're playing a game that doesn't have an end like harvest moon. Yeah well then you can't give it a higher replay ability. Yes stabbed the point of the game playing the game. Yeah yeah like embedded in the game. Anyway i agree. I feel like once all the endings in your explorer stuff. It's hard to replay third one now that we've talked to death. Yeah would you recommend a hundred percent Perfect perfect train game. It's it's a great like dinner party game. We.

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"p studios" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"p studios" Discussed on Now Try This

"Back i will be here making complicated as fucking your fucking judging me like. Oh i did. It's ours. it'll be deal and it's like those fucking word. I did a easy. So i saw this other bridge and i'm like i don't understand. Why am i did all this work. And i got you would not many feel so much better because i felt like shit and now if you'll at least a little better i got i got because there's not one way to do it now which is nice. I i like that. That's why saying that. It doesn't feel like it's on the rails so many visual novel games. You're just going from point eight to point b. and that's it but this game there's so many ways to do the right thing one of the one of the things you can do is totally my favorite. And that's to jump overboard did you jump. I did that. I had to write. And it's fucking great. It keeps sledding. You pick overboard and you're like what does that mean and eventually do it and you jump in and it's just you're fucking dead husband like his fucking dead body going. Oh hey we got all the dolphins. Let's hold hands a dolphin bit mine but we can hold forever. It was a very very it was very nice touch. I did watch the ending where you were. You kill everybody. I just watch the ending of it at all. You you end up stabbing like the the captain last. I guess he's the last person that you have to kill stabbing him and he turns into a dolphin and you turn into a dolphin and then you like jump into the ocean and the cousin like it just way weird say it again after you. You kill the last person you both like. Turn into dolphins and go into the water or something. I don't remember it too well but so if you kill. Everyone turn into a dolphin. Yeah so true-to-life how yeah. It's pretty accurate. I'm not mad about. I've never murdered person. But i imagine if i did i turned into a dolphin afterward. If you murdered a person and you didn't turn into a dolphin. I would demand my money. Okay fair enough for from god for creating you okay. Good good good good or from the game creators ankle. okay guy. Hey my friend murdered a guy and he didn't turn into a dolphin. This game is false advertisement. I want my money. I need my money back. I murder these people and did not guys murderers Number joke hashtag. Never funny there. Stegman serious the hashtag okay..

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"p studios" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"p studios" Discussed on Now Try This

"I like don't fuck it either. It's justified and we both need because yours probably led you down figuring everything out with lady h. I figured out everything about christopher's and then we moved them realize probably needed to do to well. I figured out everything with clarisa to i. But i didn't have the pass key to get like a black male that you need on lady h later so that we can then like or kill her which you can also just fucking murder should i. It get you. That doesn't get you away with it though. No it doesn't because i murdered. Oh i i don't know if you did. Actually here's a knob so confused. I get the third thing i was going to look it up but i decided not to go get. Yeah you have to go into a room and you have to get blackmail. It's in one of the books and it's a photo and it's blackmail. She has them. The captain and with kevin will be on your side and negate any argument. She has oh and then she can't hold it over you. I saw goes books that i was like. Let's not waste time looking at those books. Damn it yeah. So they figure it out. Then that's that was the last step once you have that step and you get everything and then you just playing with weird endings. And then you're just try playing trying to get weird endings. Yeah i managed in one when i was replaying it. I managed to talk to say in that way so weird. What how what me. That whole chain still lucy. It's very short but basically what you do is the first thing i did was go to the church ru on the ship and it just right away. Yeah and i don't know if you know this but you can go there for hints in the game. Yeah so if you need help with the game or whatever you can go to the church and very annoying dickey idiot cars. There you dummy and god talks to you and so if you annoy god he's like what do you think i'm the other guy. And he was like. If i was the other guy i'd say this and then he's just starts like saying the text turns red and with a black background fucked up shit and he's like you need to kill everyone. Kill everyone and then your new. Like checklist goal becomes kills everyone. Yeah we able to kill everybody now. I didn't is roy. is there a runway. What i i brought this to your attention earlier. we're gonna. We're gonna play a little overboard on the on the podcasts on the stream what he tried to kill everyone. I love that idea. Yeah i leave. Are you ready now. Okay now for a little bit. We'll do a quick run of the game. Try to kill everybody. And then hop back to the podcast. Do it the guys nick year. We just decided to play through the game but we added to the end of this episode so we continue to talk overboard and if you do want to listen to us plates the game go ahead and say to the end of the episode and if you wanna watch us do it follows the twitch dot tv slash..

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"p studios" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"p studios" Discussed on Now Try This

"Where two best friends get to gather every week and try new things. I'm markus and that is a beautiful boy. I'm nick and markets a liar. We were here last week. You guys we are so excited to be here. Thank you for dealing with us for being a week off. We appreciate it. We're also going to be a week off in the middle of august. I'm going to hawaii in your face. Faces you don't get to go with the to get to go with you. You can come with me if you want to. My girlfriend's sister's wedding girlfriends sisters. That's practically my family. Have you ever gone to a wedding. That has been that far removed. I have one time i no. I haven't. I went to my roommate whose sister was friends with the family of a girl that was getting married. It's too many too many steps that's to me. i agree. I was uncomfortable but it was. Joe you're basically a stranger nick. I was a stranger that showed up and it was a good dancer and dance that everyone had a good time. Knows how you doing. I am good. What are we here to do next this week. We are here to talk about overboard overboard. The video game. Sorry overboard exclamation point. Individual excavation point the video game by ankle studios to that last week. We had our wonderful friend. Josh lehman onto discuss in the heights. Go check that out. It was awesome episode. Bala was everywhere at now. Try this cast and the next week is a very special episode. 'cause we're doing our each episode next week we're doing hunt for the wilder. People the name on furlough while. Because i've ever seen the movie. Marcus has ever seen the movie. It was a submission by a fan. And if you want to submit challenges to us join us at dot com slash. Now try this. Cast join the conversation all five dollars. Tears can submit.

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"p studios" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"p studios" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

"A world of capes in lunatics of gods and monsters of heroes and villains and those who put it all together this is the story of avengers assembled locally and this is enough said. I'm your host. Charlie the professor esther and with me as always meskini rich mas a mazi. Welcome back cats and kittens dogs and friends We're at the little waystation between when a marvel series ends and a new one begins. That is the time of the assemblage. marvel studios assemble. La- making of loki has dropped and the first thing you notice about. This is this is a very different assembled from other assembles in. Its own minute narrative i feel. I feel we open with that very shakespearean lucky esque if you will discussion of the narrative is going to be an how we came to it and i think this is tying back to its roots in thor with kenneth bra and the man who did read altogether. I really wasn't impressed with how much they did. Talk about. bronco and his vision for store. I mean they dropped him after the first one. I think but still the idea that this was always meant to be the the these dow kind of a show even as it moved beyond it in its teams. It was always meant to be grand cosmic ideas. We even just these grand royal houses. And i enjoyed that like i said i felt that that end giving it that manipulative with a character like loki. I really felt it was something. I don't feel we've seen in the other the other versions of this. I think part my capstone. Kinda thing like It was like the ending of trilogy. That was in. Its own way like a bridge to face four. Guess we're going before. Obviously you know. Well that's and that's one of the big news and that's like the big elephant in the room that known talking about with all of these shows which is all of them have introduced a teen superhero concept. Many of whom are tied to the ventures. And in fact you know i mean. That's that's we've talked about this before that you know. One of the avengers is iron lad. Who is kid k other. There is actually another team who isn't earn ladd and he gets doctor doing another story. But that's that's another good one one of my favorites Where basically where Scotland at man defeats dr deal. So it's good. It's twenty was running the future foundation but that's down book stories. We're to talk about tv shows. But yeah i mean it was really fascinating to me. How much of what. They're opening up with this really means for the marvel universe. I mean not the least of which is just the idea that you know Whatever else is going to happen in story You know What sort of for here Whatever else is going to happen in this story. There is a plan but that plan might not be what we think it is. And this is this where i think it's interesting because of course we're ending low key with our new multi verse. Obviously right and in our assembled. Multi-diverse were now also looking at The idea that You know we're going into what it from. This intuitive from loki. It means we have opened up the possibility for everything coming into it. And in many ways every reading of timelines because this the thing that people haven't really thought about yet when loki goes back to tv v. eight and it's a different tv. We kind of have to remember. This is a different loki. This is not six one six lucky if you will this is not the mc's loki. This is variant low key. That was from a spun of timelines that then went back to his own touch to this time line. That is a variation of the time line. Because i was a close circle and once it starts opening up how it comes together although it's always going to rhyme. There's always going to be a he who remains at the end how exactly it gets. There is less important than just the fact that it gets there man. I think that's really the story that we're looking at here. It's so interesting. Because in that moment when logie gets there and he has to encounter a whole different. Tv than he's ever known a whole different world and sets of characters. It's almost like doing the same thing to us. And we as the audience are mirrored in that reaction because the mc you is not going to be something we recognize very much at all going forward So many things that are going to be shaken up and i. It's kind of nice that they are giving themselves the freedom to reinvent whatever they want to not to be tied down by things when for how long has it been was fifteen twenty years. Ten years That they've been tied down to these decisions and they're like man. It'd be nice to be like the comics and just do whatever we want right interesting stories. So this gives them the freedom to be able to do that Well you know. It's always important comics. Don't you just whatever they want. They have to. They'll square their own circles where they have the freedom to take new avenues and build them into the central narrative right we're newbies because there's so much money on the line. You can't really have the freedom to do that so would this it. Sort of says it's still part of this big corporate structure that everybody's gonna love and by anyways but we've created an excuse within that to sort of be more like the common have more room to explore different avenues in a. That's really i think what's exciting about the yeah and there is a quality to it which i think is kind of important to remember here which is which is What's his name moebius. When i need slow key saying this what happens again and again and again which suggests that. The tv is in this loop in this little. Jeremy jeremy and isn't it Keep them with being back. But then it doesn't always have to back exactly the same which is why this nobody has has never met. Not just this loki by any low key because in this land. The low keys aren't the issue that they were. And maybe that's because of soviets doing maybe that's because of something else. So that's the opening up there but Either that or they were also in iraq while before mobias became an analyst. Well yeah. I mean who knows. I mean that's an interesting question like did sylvie could cook. Let's let's let's amanda than exist in this world either. If they have never encountered alone arnaud loki still at the end of time. Soap the end of time and this were that whole miss minutes. Is the.

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"p studios" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"p studios" Discussed on The Frame

"Digital marketing teams at elliot studios the marketing team. At elliot's studios is responsible for out. Branding special thanks to the team at l. a.'s studios including taylor kaufman tristan. Hefford day kim. Kristen muller and leo g. Wow there's a production of elliot's studios. This program is made possible in part by the corporation of public broadcasting private corporation funded by the american people nailed it. I think this is eric g. I'll catch you next time. Yeah no..

"p studios" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"p studios" Discussed on The Frame

"Wow that's super romantic. Or i so one of decide to come to the us. My grandpa always like wanted one of his sons to be like an engineering like less monkey loves us hookah like the sugar factories like the sugar mills to test the chemistry of the sugar at that of that so and my dad is the only one that went to college and he got a job. As an engineer. As chemistry engineer testing the products of the sugar that went to go out and production. My dad lasted there. I think a whole week because he realized that it was all corrupt. You're not super. I saw like. I might be many things but corrupt i am not so. He went back to mazatlan. He told my grandfather he couldn't do it and that he was going to try his luck in the us. We'll be right back after this commercial break. The world is racing to get back to normal and start meeting up in person again but after the year. We've all had getting back to feeling normal. Takes time like just the other day. I was out with a friend at a bar. You know and i'm just like yo we're out. We're outside bowling. No one's wearing a mask and all of a sudden. I'm like what is going on here. Start feeling this anxiety and it didn't help the just outside the door. I could see a literal goat. Galloping down hollywood boulevard i was like when my tripping and you know we all talk to our friends. We're all experiencing these issues but like friends are in great of giving you advice especially when you're like we'll just go and you know i did talk to my friends about it but it just not the same as talking to a you know a professional and when you're at a low point you might feel alone but over. Fifty percent of americans struggle with their mental health. I mean i know. I have especially during this pandemic especially when you know i was sick with cove ed and i was just kind of in it and you know what i was happy to have a place like talks base. I went to talk base dot com. I was able to research therapists answer a few questions and really like have sort of a a democratic way to approach therapy. Because i think there'd be sometimes for people of color seems like it's way beyond us something that doesn't belong to us talk. Space dot com has made it really easy for me to see therapy in a very approachable way and the cool part is at work around your schedule. It's flexible it's convenient. There's an app you can text. You can give video therapy so start feeling better with a single message match with the licensed therapists when you're gonna talk space dot com and get one hundred dollars off your first month with the promo code wild. That's one hundred dollars off when you use the code. Wild at talks base dot com from la studios and me diane ghetto. We want to start a mental health revolution. And then as soon as i started going to therapy it was such a release everything aligned and then i started booking things and then i started actually having somewhat of a career buddy. All came from mental health. That's why i'm so. I think this is like possibly the most important podcast. I'm doing listen to yan no. I'm not ok wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to the show these. He finally made it back to the west coast. She finished law school remotely from her sisters guesthouse in orange county which is about twenty miles south of her childhood home where their parents were still living. And daisy couldn't stop thinking about that. This idea had been lingering in my head for awhile. My parents stop sleeping in the same bed a long time ago because the way the bunk beds were set up. There was just no way for them to like access. The bottom of the had to go in the middle of the night. So which is easier for my that to sleep in my sisters all bed. Which was the twin on my monsters. Just sleep in the food. That was like the second bed under the top bunk. So i remember saying like this is not it is just like how is it that i have a room to myself and i have a bad to myself that i can comfortably live in and my parents don't have that and i also remember there was broken floor in that room that my mom kept tripping over and over one time she got read by bruce from it on her tote them among diabetic so we all know fee. Problems can lead to very big problems for diabetic people. The carpet was also bide like the pain was horrible. Like again we had. We all grew up there and nothing had ever changed like in that room. There was no upkeep. My parents are expected to be home and they can't even be comfortable and chill and kick it in their bedroom because they don't even have one you decide you. You're gonna remodel your parents home. You're going to build something for them that they've never had right. Walk me through that. So we started by getting rid of the bunk beds. It was like goodbye childhood. I called up my friend. Obviously i cannot. I'm not a one woman show. I hit up joe. He's a handyman. He's done stuff for my family for years. Now is what this is what. I'm thinking he's our coast to announce like let me see francisco's free. So for instance. I yeah i mean it's a pandemic got nothing to do what you're doing and he's like. Yeah donald come through all right bet so it was just the three of us. What did your parents think or your parents when you were like ma. Well after about a total bluffing they really that. I was like old. Because i think out of the three. I probably have the most our wages ideas. So they're used to like me too sane things and just being out of out of out of control in the league a alka yet so then they went to my sister so we'd like totally downplayed it because they literally howard pick up the bunk beds and i just put a queen bed in their leave. Everything else right like they never thought that we were just gonna like literally gut everything and like they had no idea we were doing. How did you guys leave. What did you transform it into so okay. let me. Let me backtrack a little bit. So when you used to walk into the room on the right you saw to like you saw the bunk bed. He saw twin up on top if full in the middle and then a pull out twin and then on the side of that bunk bed you had another twin because remember five people used to sleep in there and that against the wall you had a big classic thing like armour and then you had a bunch of little dressers and then on top of those dresses you had tv tv and then you had random shelves because they wanted more space for her makeup because she was going through phase and then on the other side you had more shells that don't even manana these furniture's mask because it's just had been added on for years and then the other way you had other shelves 'cause my other sisters one through a phase or she wanted to display what it was so that was then and they had a carpet and then it also had a big stick they stick out through the carpet because it just it was water damage. That never got fixed from years ago. So now you walk in. And it's like full natural everywhere super clean chris white tones walls. You'll see to the right. You see one queen bed with her. Two site tables nightstands nice lamps. They don't turn on. You gotta say alexa for the lose because my mom wanted you feel very nice high headboard on the other side you see a really low like dresser and you see us a tv super big tv. Hang on the wall and it. All just looks chris beautiful. We had to leave a one of those nice area roads. It was blue and white because go dodgers per used and it was. It was great like it looks beautiful. It looks clean chris. The added plants. It looks peaceful and it just looks like a space that my parents can finally relax and sleep together.

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"p studios" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"p studios" Discussed on The Frame

"Everything this is wild a show about what it's like to grow up during the pandemic season one home forever are you. How's life. how's everything everything's cool. You know like it's it's hard for me to assess that's valid man. I feel the same as like. Sometimes this is daisy. She created this thing called hood renovations. Renovations is taking these spaces that are usually marginalized ignored or you race. And she's making them beautiful. she's making them livable. I want you to meet her. Goosey up hp robot hood avenue. Yes sir well tell me a little bit about that. Oh avenue my childhood malik. Nine tell you this idea of home is thrown around so so much especially with the pandemic words like you don't know what people's homes are like you. Don't you're a stay at home. That's cool where you come from a place of privilege where you think your home is comfy and nice to be in but everybody's homes like that. Okay real quick these. You and i both grew up in a part of los angeles known as south east. La it's mostly working class black. The residents we call it seller daisies little slice of seller is huntington park. We call it. Hp like much of la sella's going through an affordable housing crisis nearly half of its residents are renters and many live packed into multi generational homes deasy for example spent most of childhood living in a tiny one room apartment with four other people. Her parents and two sisters so my parents found this apartment through. My sister's like pre teacher lived there before somehow they knew each other and like it was word of mouth. Hey were baking. 'cause we got a home like maybe this will work for you on a yeah. Yeah it's called willing to deflect half a year while we figure out a permanent solution to like our housing because we can't raise a family in one room apartment like it was tiny and you know too much turn into three months six months and six years. Turn into twenty years like we never moved. Why like why do you think you guys know removed you know. We started middle school and then by the time we wanted to move my oldest or has started high school. And i think if there's one thing that my parents have always prioritized has been education you'll by not have money but you will be educated in. That's going to be worth a lot more than us giving you absolutely anything so it was quite apparent that we're not gonna move so we kind of began morphing into a very temporary solution to our housing problem to kind of like sculpting what the room would look like with by people inside. That's where the funk pets came in. You know the rules about the the dresser. Everybody just how your one dresser. You're like two two drawers and that was it like that. Got the closet because you know the patriots. He's still real and got the closet and everybody else shared like their kahane's the top bunk was my sake speak because i was like my room right like i went through an email phase. I want clint green day up my simple plan. Good charlotte of you know. And then i went through this other phase where i'm really into nine. So then all my posters or hanging up and that's what it was like the hanging on the roof. Yes yes literally like it was like it was like a ninety degree of poster. I wish i had a picture because my mom was like you said this is my space. I claim the all of it. Keep in mind. Like i went through puberty there. I went through like being awkward teenager to like you know high school and high school drama. And you know kids are assholes and you know i had really bad acne and i got picked on a lie and i went through a lot of phases in that room in like growing up not space and so did my sisters. I think it's funny. Because i never thought of like. Oh i have no privacy. It just like i just. We just didn't know any better because that's how we grew up. The little space was like your little piece of home for such a long time. That help you like the way you see the world it define you in any way. Oh yeah like. That's a loaded question. Traumas i think when once i laughed my little corner of the world on hood avenue i realize the value of my parents morals and upbringings had on me as a person. I think that they did the best that they could. In extreme circumstances to raise us and they gave absolutely everything they could In order for us to have a good life. And when i think about my little bunk bed my little twin bunk bed like all the memories. I have that that always grounds me. Because that little corner of the room. That i had in that little bump at that i had in that space is always gonna be me because i don't need much and i think that stems from having grown up the way i did. Daisy left south east. La for college. She went to undergrad at uc berkeley and then boston law school. She was in her final year about starting exciting internship on the pandemic. It like a lot of us. Her first thoughts were with their parents. Her parents are both older. Which makes them more vulnerable to catch. A bad case of cova My mom in particular has a lot of preexisting conditions she's not the healthiest he has diabetes. And all these other other problems that latinos the sent to have and we got really worried in particular because One of one of my parents is undocumented and healthcare's does not a thing for undocumented folks thankfully in la. There are a lot more resources than there are for in other places in iowa's dislike from what we were knowing they were in that target population of people that could severely be very affected if they were to contract desire is boston. You gotta move out twenty four hours. You got em empty your like flat out of that. Go down oh man. What are you going to bring. Those trump is I remember vividly. Okay it was spring break. I didn't go for spring. I was still in boston. All of my friends were like miami peru. Cancun people want to spain b.'s. People were everywhere because it was spring. Break like this is what people have money in spring break through life take trips and like i was like why have things to do to study so i just didn't go anywhere and then my friend who is actually a resident director. She's like you need to leave. And i was like what she's like. You need to leave. We're evacuating students as soon as they come back like we're going to use these as quarantine rooms because hospitals are overflowed so there we're gonna use like the dorms of that university. I was like what am i supposed to leave like. It was like a super small studio but mine came on furnished. So everything that was in. That studio was my select my bed and my dining set which is like to the table. My tv my little thing where you put the tv my desk my chair like all my clothes and like your typical girl. You need to have like one hundred sneakers because do in la you know like my ten tons of makeup that i own because again like such an la thing to just have like ten thousand pairs of lashes for no reason like you know that was me and i'm like what am i supposed to do. Well you need storage. Got scary when i said are realizing storage is for selling out like there was there was storage is near the campus like there was. There was no beacons so it was like. Oh my god this is getting insane. So that i ended up finding a story. That was a little bit out of the city. But i was like whatever. I'll take it because other is and i. I feel so bad for my clothes because they just thrown in boxes and are stored somewhere in.

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"p studios" Discussed on Hands-On Tech

Hands-On Tech

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"p studios" Discussed on Hands-On Tech

"Panels right there on that main wall and then right there in the center is my main camera. This is my my black magic pocket. Cinema six k. Camera now this thing is for a lot of the stuff that i do. It is absolute overkill but that cameras. Dadgum magical. I love it since k. Resolution hardly use six resolution but is beautiful and it works really well with they. Hdmi connection deploy grad into my computer. Yeah that's probably the best value camera you can get out there all right so now back to the rest of the studio again. That's that light. The main key light with the big brown thirty six inch parabolic soft box. I love this thing because it just looks so good. And as i said before has this grid on it to help cut down on the extra spill and like my other lights is on the stand. Okay because the c. stands. They just flat out work in just so easy to work with. And then there's another cease next to my tripod at my camera that c. span is was holding my overhead camera. My overhead camera is right here. And this is the cannon in fifty no not kennedy fifty. This is similar to the cannon in fifty. This is the in two hundred. Get those mixed up from time to time when you look at them. They look fairly similar. But this is the two hundred that can Showed off a c- a couple of years ago. The big premise on it is because it has cling hdmi out so you can livestream with fairly easily and not have to worry about all the displays and things like that on the screen but it's a pretty awesome device right so that's the cameras and now let's take a look at the desk. My desk is a mess and this okay. I'm happy with it. I have just a regular cyber power. Pc keyboard there's a couple of lindsay's right over here. Because why. I don't know i don't even know. Why does liz on my district now. But they're they're my coffee mode. Because i always liked to have some coffee at point in the day then i had these little great cards here. Use these great cards to help me out with white ballots prior to shooting. So when i sit down in my chair to face that camera over there now always hold this this little card up to make sure i get my white ballot set for mr victor in post just makes things a lot easier on me. Oh i use your own mister victim. Because you know he's trying to make me look and sound good for his photography. Okay so now. I'm at the desk. These monitors that one screen is a thirty two inch display. I think it's thirty two inches. I can't remember this. Screen is a twenty seven inch to. Hd's so it's like a. I think his twenty five sixty fourteen forty p. That's what it is. Probably a little large probably could make that one just down to maybe a twenty two inch and be okay. But i like it. It is what it is. But i definitely like having large monitors. I work in a lot of windows. I don't work in a lot of tabs. But i worked in a lot of windows and i think that having that extra real estate just more beneficial for me and my workflow okay so onto a little more here. We have the atm me. This is a ten many pro. Actually in this thing is quite nice. It does a great job of allowing me to do video switching. Sorry for the screen flicker here but allows you to do camera switching with my video camera so you see a little red light there. That's telling me that camera one is active. The green light is for camera. To and if i want to switch i just hit this little button and it cuts to camera too. It's pretty cool and it's quick and easy to use next on the desk. We have this little microphone interface. Night tweet we use the ohio. Pr forty microphones. You know that is our standard there. Here's here's the how pure forty these things sound so dadgum. Good a lot of people like to talk about this shore. Sm seven b. Which is another great mike. This one i here sounds gist is good in my opinion and or the at least for my voice. It sounds really good. And that's what matters the. Yeah this is the how. Pr forty and that's connected to my computer through this mike interface. Now this is called the mix pre the knicks pre three mark to actually. This is my sound of isis. And this thing is amazing. It allows you to connect any type of x alarm. Microphone to your computer. But what's key about it is. It has thirty two bit float so you get a lot of dynamic range when recording your audio so if you're clipping your audio a lot of times this thing will allow you to recover that audio and get out of that clipping sound. And it's still sound pretty good or if you're too soft it allows you to pull it up in that capture a whole lot of the noise when you pull it up. Super expensive is about seven hundred bucks for these things but man as a these are the to the pros us. They are really really really nice plugs. Nba usb uspa or usb. See i think mine is going to be at the moment. Excellent input really helps get the job done from an audio recording standpoint. All right one more thing. In addition to that on my desk is this thing called a cough. Drop mr burke at the studio hooked me up with this year. Because i really really really get tired of hitting mute inside of zoom or skype or anything like that. I was hoping for some type of hardware standpoint. That would really help me out. So if i have to cough or just need to mute myself for a second just hold that button down and it cuts off the mike. It's so easy and so convenient. And when i'm done just like oh we have these at the studio built into the main set desks so we sit down and doing this weekend. Tanker this week in google. Or what have you. And if you're on the panel you need to coffee you have a cough button right. There next season is not a big bulky like this but it's built into the this so i want something like that hear and mr berg are awesome student engineer..

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"p studios" Discussed on Hands-On Tech

Hands-On Tech

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"p studios" Discussed on Hands-On Tech

"Hey folks mike sergeant here. Welcome to hands on tech. Now we are talking about the way. We've set up our desks. The sort of final adjustments and and products and devices and and coffee cups. We've settled on after all this time working from home so let's take a look For me i went through several iterations of setups. I try different cameras. Different Microphone interfaces different microphones different cables different chords. I've tried a lot of stuff. And i sort of finally found my way to what worked for me and what worked consistently and that.

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"p studios" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

The Words on Fire Podcast

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"p studios" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

"Light on standby for the kids to make trouble you trump. this is good. This is not this this. This is better than therapy rails. He spent his water water. Oh shit so bringing it back to the beating law before fucking crazy so did teach you like like you. Guys don't teach acoustic instruments right now. Not yet not. Does that something together looking for the future to good to or we just haven't had anybody that is actually more non-surgical people that are interested. Because like i said before we open in We cannot like like frozen little with the whole covid situation and we were trying to figure out or services and everything for the community In a big way Acoustic isn't necessarily like our focus. Also because if you wanna learn acoustic you can learn that at at high school in the things that you can learn is production electronic music on an. Yeah you'd like you can explore experiment with electronic music. I mean it's it's just unheard of around here then who your producer then right. Is that what. I heard her Yes jam producer. So you're producing. How do you so somebody come up tune says you know what. Teach me how to produce. What does that entail like. What are you. Show them how to break shit down like say. If it's a hip hop goes to produce a hip hop song like how do you break down or how do you. How do you help. Somebody set them up on that path. I do. i ask people a few questions. I give the avenue experience with music. And if they do were what have they done. And if they're use fell studio or ten or anything like that. So i go from there and depending on what the answer i. I tried to explain like just the very basics. What are the basics coming through to lake say producing the joint well with producing a song. At least what i'm doing is you need a da. W which is a program that has a different sounds like drumbeats a baseline Bass percussion all those things. You could use to make beats what i have seen. That works very well as having the actual machines like the an analog machines you or any kind of like controller so where people can actually see the buttons and everything like that. I think it's very easy for to grasp it when it's tactical you know when you could touch it and you could see what's going on. Okay so i have this. Have this one controller. Were pretty much anybody can look at it. I explained for one minute and you could. You could right away already make a you know okay right away. Wow so then you also do the video aspect of it right. Not just the audio the show like show like say for example. I know you guys have different. Podcasts their record at your studio. You have was the porridge midnight. Boy agent and cherie does Does nighttime shenanigans right. Then you also produce it to put them on the youtube or livestream memorial the we we started in in it. So it's a learning process okay. We don't claim the we're experts on video but it yet because we're still exploring with cameras like before experimentation. It's like a big thing move although this and We do record everything so at the end. We just edited input. What i mean eh is just raymond putting some graphics so teach them how to do the graphic we could if somebody is requesting to do it but There's not something that we really wanna like Focus on focus on. Yeah yeah we wanna we wanna do mainly the music that teach people about what we do. We We were a lot of times. People come with their projects and their projects are either either like they hadn't started or it's or it's almost it's almost done but it needs a finishing touch and like And what that finishing touch is could be of various things yet. It could be just graphic sometimes. It is graphic design because sometimes it is like the video or something. Sometimes they need help with audio and i don't know it's luckily i mean i went to school for graphic design and and the music just came with me from the warehouse to bro today and and we're able to help them just like a number of ways. Okay yeah we have a. We have a lot of people that just go in and they tell us. Look we have this problem with sound or whatever we're like okay. We'll these are your options. You're not just like a consultation on things. And how can they approach project as why. Sometimes we say yeah. We're here to help whoever you know. They don't know how to start a assam. It any any project that is related with sound. We can help you all we can help you get there you know in in that. We hope people with stuff. We've even had an audiobook recorded at the studio along a low relief. Yeah what's up. Your book was in its story and.

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"p studios" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

The Words on Fire Podcast

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"p studios" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

"Shit gold house leaders. Say unseen dj. She scratched through all that. So yeah what. What's your take on a dj bad because a lot of people frown you and a lot of people and they say oh. He's just a dj. You know what. I mean right definitely are so a dj for me. It entails Many things you know I guess a while. i'm. I'm thirty eight so i grew up seeing deejays and vinyl. Still you know. Actually when i started. Dj and people were starting to use cds. Yeah so it was kind of like you know store. Mix in the middle in the middle of rate so for me. I mean you don't necessarily have to play vinyl to be a dj but you definitely have to have a love for music and at the very least try to mix you know. You don't have to be like perfect mixes boone. At least try to mix one song to another because it helps the party. You know also. I guess Some of that is also in one way or another an engineer to okay. Because dj's headed we do dabble in an engineering like that. You know sound and stuff like that so there is for deejays. There is the good. Dj's all know about hardware or they'll know about sound systems and things like that how to connect a sound system. You know the these are the basics. I would say Right so we get the best sound from what you're putting out right. Yes the lesson you want. Do play a killer and then habits. Unlike ship static. I like to stand a remember. When i was at margaritas. It was so we had the worst air conditioning. For our ams they dump that they had to cool him down would fuck in. There were always clogged so about midnight. We'll be when i'll be going to. It's fucking slam. Half with fucking cut out. Because they overheat. So you gotta wait for the absent kickback on while you're in plano. That's i'm if you're in the house you can't really thump house because you're fucking your fucking all your heart. Thumps are out because of the apps are over fucking fuck for like a good from anywhere from thirty seconds. Almost fucking three minutes. You're fucked and you gotta you gotta fuck transition and try to do the best. Some elevator music. Now that that's what you put on the bullshit. Everybody could go hit the bars. It shit it's raising eight. It's raining men and shit like that. Put that shit. Agitate a shot. He's big nellie fan. A big belly fan. I the way we had a conversation. I take elephant pass. So i'm coming so many years ago know. I still where the band aid band aid over. The just for looks the chicks you were saying something about how technology will like do stuff for you. Bright for teaching. But i mean so. Yeah i think that's true but it just it just gives the opportunity for dj to think about something else. Right give you you get to use your bandwidth on. Something eliminated the crates right. Ask people taking creates nights to help of ice one of my friends. He had all kinds of crates and he never picked it up. I was your the one. I used to record. Use to cross my crates over to the strip Back in the day and Man those those hard work yes. I worked hard for the good thing drinks so i still use crates. Something's still you still have wax. I saw that. I do but sometimes there's clients i want you to do like Like just set like that. The client is asking for the aside. Have to take myself so we're set of just specific vinyl. Yes there's some people who like. Oh yeah well. They will tell you that they want the one that static. I guess Yes so there's a private party though all are just want you to play world. Music on vinyl. So you're stuck with that or is be like that like the art in the art scene around here. Yeah sometimes they'll ask you to that. There is a like a hipster house seen that. I don't know they'd get excited over a vinyl set. Just because they probably didn't really hurt never heard the fucking around millennials. Pop that against me every type you when you're playing that record especially when it starts warping on your little bit sh transform but there's a lot of times you have that one record and you know you've worn the fuck out of and you can't. You can't find it anymore. It's like a lot of the so back in the days. They used to be always use. The curriculum clan Fatman scoop and all that. All the party breaks the hip hop. He'd had those specific eighty-eight vinyls and it was a bitch. Get out here. Passive the one with the propellers. Yes the white and black and had them. The propellers on the bowls were fucking. Those are super hard to hear. You could get them at stellar records. Thou well remember this turned into music but yeah all the music and then a one world that was that opened on texas right. They were opened on. Who's on texas. Read over one of the mattress. They were there they were also at five points and they were also on sanofi way back in the day so like i said it was hard especially back. Then hip hop was hard to get around here no paso yet in general because a lot of the get would be oldest shit already. Because that's that's why the paso fucking will get into it. Would you get like extra money for vinyls for when you were deciding. Margaritas.

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"p studios" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

The Words on Fire Podcast

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"p studios" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

"On some shit. They're fading. yeah that's seventy two tomorrow. Tomorrow's fertilizer ask. Yeah they shouldn't. What about yourself mr dj. Well what's your specialty going. Both trans-border like you said what's what's your specialty of your music Well let's see for many years. I i started off. Like i started off. Pj was like mostly like transi stuff or progressive stuff. A little bit of house but then after Excuse me i started hanging out with his band. Y'all fuga and he's the kind of taught me more land american music and a little bit like gloomier colombiana and bright stuff from veracruz like more like like more traditional mexican stuff also from there. I started a yes are paying a little bit more columbia on my sets. I started playing world music. I guess it would be like appleby. Okay for like hootie and stuff like that right and for most part people enjoyed that kind of stuff But are back then those really anybody playing that stuff so they're just so you know like whatever it was like. It wasn't rural influential lightly. Like people who said fella kuti. Yeah yeah no no no. He's a deflector right. They they they sample him a lot. Daler soul in dallas saw him collaborate like mix. There was a whole album. I think the whole like yeah. Yeah yeah so stuff like that. I would also pay like just like. I don't know i mean whatever i could find i would play it and for most part. People were digging in both in a pass. Yeah it's crazy here. Within the does this region. I close to the border. When not when you're playing any given club you you'll hear mixed from like A gooby into Going into like manab back in the days you'd be able to mix that into outcasts within going into house then you bring it around back to the fucking brutal cheddars the fucking Your your heart. North they need is your heart and it all flows. That's people like it a lot of the times if you're to specific on one genre You lose a lot of potential. People could get you more money because everybody wants a little bit of everything. Because i used to. Dj margaritas back at back day. Many many many years ago We had a we had tuesday. Boozy which is our big night. These dudes tonight. So i'd be playing from line dance as the hip hop to house to ten yesterday country too i mean it was a a cluster of every type of fucking museum you could. You could hope for and knows always packed. Tuesday you get drunk enough long dollar fifty jets. Summer george strait. You'll be amazed and it's and it's interesting because when you have here no paso you have like half a section of the country people right with a big old fucking hats and shit the fucking beans on your big animals. Then you have the little kneels over here the fuck hip hopper little booth. Yeah they they got the little kids over there trying to do the raves shit and everybody takes their turn when you're blending than yeah towards a night. Whenever is all fucked up is just a big cluster. Fuck of everybody vibing on having a good time. And that's something that you don't see a lot of places because they're thinks so segregated when it comes to is that the like the little bit of texas formula or Thousand one author on the west four west iraq margaritas. But yeah i mean. I mean that's because yeah tuesday night for college night was fucking crazy. We would average few hundred tumbles thousand people nine on were the drink specials dollar you call it Dollar fifty long all night dollar Twenty percent wind margaritas from seventy. Yeah so yeah party. Right there yes. Yeah yeah i've had a few one. Burger charged with alcohol. Take twenty five wanted. Margaritas is interested in like people's motivations for stepping out. I mean people want to get away for chicks for the us. It's crazy 'cause i know who when When a house music started down here. And i know that was a uc uc construction. I started coming out or whatnot. I know johnny cage is one of the big hip hop or the big house. Guys here. he's the one one of the first ones. I was really pushing it that nobody really gave it a sound too. When he they're trying to open up Was area fifty one out there at a downtown. That was Dorgan and doing all of that stuff under a group called casa connection And casa connection we were we were kind of. We were showing them how to do things they would come to our parties but they but they had their own vibe. They were more like chicago hard. Dance and yeah and we weren't. We were more about like. I dunno like smooth vibes and not really like Aggressive music and they were house but they were trying to be all constantly aggressive so like in that way like we can just book there. We can book their. dj's no they. They did their own thing. And they went to casa connection and it was really really big for them. Does it blew up started. Doing you started going vertigo there. What is and him in a dj dark which was a fun that i don't know if you've ever heard of dark is a short little beaver. Larry is because he had his raspy deep voice. Okay and every time we all right busey lovers. What s job saddam. As i remember. I would laugh my as talking ziegler hughes fucking with those guys. They had at that time. They had their finger on the pulse. Right when news coming up. And they're they're pumping out the right shit and everybody fell in love with a. That's what brought a lot of the house of the hard latin house That really influence it around here. Which was really fucking dope You know so. When you're i know you're talking about when we went to your stu you're talking about electronic music. What exactly is electron amusing for some people. Because a lot of people think it's like The edm a lot of people think it's only like steven. Or what exactly is it traffic. I think right now it's completely fragmented and electronic music is i mean it can be anything it can be All heart completely computer generated or hardware generated. I think generally. I guess what people think something that you can't generate from just got to stick instruments that could be i mean electronic ambient and it can be hard Be mean any anything that has anything that has The sounds happy. Generating with the machine says eletronic music. It can be just The own spoons. Everybody's used to you know or it can be just.

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"p studios" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

The Words on Fire Podcast

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"p studios" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

"Offended so if you an emotional pussy. Please refrain from listening. Thank you and enjoy. Welcome back girls. The words on fire. Podcast your boy. Cujo bringing t you another special episode. We got a packed fucking house and they really fifteen motherfuckers here and a woman get too crazy. We got back my boy gills. Yup he's going to be signing kind of four because know here they're gonna get it. Cut the balls pas. We got my boy bids back. Yeah here we go. And then this week we got special guests from Been a log audio or biddle folio studio studio. I had their cup here. Before i forget i forget everything and remember. How old is also you got to be the of studio music technology and community. We got believe owners operators. Ms louisa and ray is that right. That is correct. Love the energy guys. You looking fucking energy and then along brought one of your producers one of your what is what. Do your title for having me here with you guys. My name is a dj. Birth defects deejay producer. Okay i've been doing the birth defects. Okay don't do dope guys. Let's talk about beata logs. Dude now i know you guys say that's one of the companies you have under the main shell right then track. The asca fix the main frequently. Ask free ask so talk about Ask a frequent. How branched off to be allowed. And what you provide for the people ask freak Was basically dance. Show that we had every. Was it every thursday. Or every other every every other thursday slinging video fourteen studio for us and fourteen shit. I know hand across the nation or rain those right before play like anything from like disco to funk and just china like present that to the near kids making sure that then i'll forget the right that doug shit's been around forever right right right. And then that transitioned over to being a log what what is what do you guys do for being the logo. What are you guys do what he goes provider. What are you what are you guys is main part out there okay. So we started from from moscow freak decided to get together in bring out or analog equipment hire and older machines that we use for music making and we decided to introduce those to the community so people could have a. I don't know something Something to look forward so that they have a working knowledge of what's what's actually involved in in making music that they're dancing to getting fucked up to getting falling in love with oh loved doing drugs to your sangre. Yes take easier easy of her so it was every two weeks also in. We started as like three people. And then now it's a lot of them it's People come out Those events but when we started it was just four of us in. We were at a at a coffee shop and then We decided that we wanted more. So we open a studio and then from the studio where we're still working doing things but we started doing those get together so just had this past thursday right few days back. How how did that go. What did you guys do there. It was really nice. It was it was really exciting. Because we didn't think people were gonna show feel right. Yeah exactly exactly saw i. I was having some sadness before. Denial like no no no get out of that. Get not with in workout. Yeah we have more than thirty people it was. It was the first time at the jam session really so he could tell you. More jerry tweeted. It was a nice sunny day. Had some breakfast. Yeah was my first time. There was really cool. Because the thing about being a large studios as very interesting to me. Because i barely started working with them about a year ago when the pandemic started pretty much pretty much by myself my home and then we started hanging out. So definitely i. It's the thing about what they do. is that it's the part of the community and do for the community so Had anything defensively do they usually it spans from your kids all the way to adults so it could be a party moderate osa royal but then also it could also be nice and chill drinks. Coffee have some kids around learn a little bit about music and music technology so then when you got to learn about music so what background do you guys have on that. Or how long have you been in the dj airport myself. It's been about eighteen years you've been in for about eighteen years. Yeah legit zero throughout. I consider myself a border. Dj oak both partisan correct. Okay yeah you're from here you're born and raised or for most part. Yes i'm from here. I was i was born in kelly. Okay and then. My family moved over here and My my family is is all from mexico. Okay yeah all right and then Ray you've been dj for how also. I've been detained since i've been detained. Probably since i was fifteen i went to the party's ice to go to the warehouse parties like ninety three. Oh shit okay. And i really fell in love with the idea of like the i guess the rave the rave scene back then was really special. Right yeah underground really fucking. You've been going for drugs. Tries to along with some of the drugs recreational does weird backpacks like the sesame street. I didn't vote. But i could. I could appreciate them back for how long too young one right. yeah. I started teaching nine years ago. Okay i've been Locally and i done it What is been picky. Done a couple of gigs. Even globally because of the internet now so definitely all right so before going further. Because i know we got a lot of good stuff to say Like i said there's a lot of was your. We could move the mics toward you so that way. You don't sound yeah. Yeah yeah you want to do. The same to.

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"p studios" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"p studios" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"There at the event. Actually i can tell straight. It was my best experience of this year of the best event. I ever attended the last few years. Laurie when moore. It was actually very exciting. Because not only i could meet people in the real life. Make new connections But i learned a lot. I attended your a seminar on designing which face so the seminar that you're referring to is that the one that had the comedian up on onstage with me and we were working since two was a lot of fun We actually brought in a professional comedian in together. We were able to get the audience to help us inspire to create a watch design. That was quite a fun event. Absolutely unfortunately this year we were not able to have a live event because of the pandemic. Can you tell me how the pandemic has affected you in in your work honestly. It wasn't affect this adult. Because i just keep doing things and even my sales were not affected. Surprisingly i actually was i was prepared for the worse. But it didn't happen. And i would say it. It was Rather beneficial because i had more time Staying home and that gave me opportunity to learn more. You know now. I can see i improve my skills because if not pandemic would probably spend this time more hanging outside with people like this. It's true and you know you're not the first developer who has told me that you know. Due to the pandemic more people were on their devices. They were at home. We saw a definite uptick in the use of devices which meant that. More people were downloading themes in wallpapers. More developers were stuck at home and so they had more time to really work on their their marketing. Their designs just really building their brand so We we did see some success stories. Come out of this unfortunate pandemic that we've all been. So what is the future for oga by in zero studios. So i'm planning to introduce more of my own at work the same as a decent the very beginning and to begin. So let's talk about some of the other designers who out there in the samsung galaxy store. Inspires you. I will say the designers by gave each and air design. Yes both are great designers if you wanna find them on. The galaxy store sebastian. Muller cabbage is s w designs. That's the letter s in the letter w and air designs is spelled a. r. e. designs. Yet i love all of their themes in my opinion. That's how the perfect seem should look like in terms of interface. Usability saw something. That looks comfortable for the ice with good lookin' icons and what i love about this designers. They always have good choice of callers out there Clear readable. they don't use coal combination. That heart your ice. When i teach classes i remind the students if it takes somebody you know a few seconds to actually figure out what what that icon is. Then you failed so yeah so color. Simplicity when it comes to icons those are all extremely important. So when you're not designing themes what do you like to do for fun Festival i prefer to spend time outside especially in the nature and i stick to the active lifestyle so i love all kinds of alternative workouts that can be performed outside of the james and also the travelling and most of the traveling so i have visited many different countries and cities and i love to travel photography. And then i also sell something just on the banks and that's kind of i will say hobie or site hostile what i enjoyed. That's great. that's great so not only. Are you utilizing stock image. We by purchasing the license to use them in your work but you also are taking your photos and putting them out there for other people to you. So that's great. Yes exactly well olga. Thank you very much. For being on the podcast. I really appreciate you taking the time to chat with me. It's been it's been a lot of fun. Thank you very much for this opportunity. I really enjoyed the shut looking to start creating for samsung. Download the latest tools to code your next app or get software for designing apps without coding. It all sell your apps to the world on the samsung galaxy store check developer up samsung dot com today and start your journey with samsung bow. Podcast brought to you by the samson developer program and produced by toni moreland..

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"p studios" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"p studios" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

"Age of altron as artistic piece. We have not gotten the justice league level accusations or even the buffy or even the buffy and angel level accusations that we've gotten about just which really shows how five he really understood what he could do what he couldn't do and we're just waiting could be applied properly and that's the idea it's like. How do you point this person in the right direction. Give them people that he doesn't path and even if he is a horrible person at least get him to make you good art. And that's the thing it's like. How do you. How do you read this needle. And you know. And he did it. He did it with avengers and i do. I think he actually relatable. I think age of turned gets a lot of flack. It's not deserve. I was one of those people that hated that movie. I used to argue with my friends about it. What am i friends. A big fan of as i could you like that movie and then one day i just sat down and casually watch that movie and the the scene where they're fighting in the forest the the the the paintings that he builds in-between the fight scenes. Where everybody's like coming across in like the old x men cartoon were they're coming across the scene at each other kind of like that and i was like my god like they gave us that. Like a like a live action version of that you know grotesquely grand violence kind of thing and has it man. I should be grateful for. Why am i complaining about nitpicky things and an accident. I really appreciated the hell out of that movie. Everything's visually in. that movie. is everything comic books and cartoons that we wish we could see when we were kids and they gave us that night. And for that i was supremely appreciative. I really love that movie after that. It was a phenomenal villain. Immune edible villain. I mean all in all its ultra. That's the thing. I think that s the stories and he's given. I think that a lot of times will age better because they're going to have much more of a nostalgic quality to him and we're going to see where other things lead from. You know it is like you know you go back and you read old some of the early fantastic four's some of the early vendors. Sometimes they seem a little corny and clunky. But you but you understand. But i do understand how this built out into this universe that all greater things from it which is why i say you know. I think that one of the best things that the marvel cinematic universe is giving us. Is this idea that they're not killing their babies. They're saying you're part of us. You know you were under a banner like even it is shield all this stuff. We may not talk about them right now. They may not be showing up in our stories. But i don't think. I don't think we're going to get a luke cage. That's not going to be acknowledging. What happened in luke cage. I don't think we're gonna get a cloak and dagger that doesn't acknowledge what happening so conductor because that is what the fans of understood that is what is established and. I don't think there is an appetite to just throw it out. You know because it's like this was the story that got written and so you have to live with the story that you wrote and even if you don't like what they did it's your job to write it better than next time and i think that's what we get with the dark home this. Which is maybe they didn't like what ages of shielded with the dot com. But they don't have to discount agents of shield or how closely run away. I don't know runaways ever actually made direct reference to it except for using the comb. I don't know if there was ever a captain. America reference in it in the same way that like for example Luke cage directly references. Dmc you all the time. You know other weirdly. Enough never Princes the hulk in harlem but it always that was probably because that was a little too real aliens invade down yet. We can talk about that but in harlem the hook came through. That was much more event. Maybe that's not that that would that would be like you know selling nine eleven eleven checchi's at at ground zero which they do but for the tourists. It's a little weird but you know but that was the thing but then again you also get the fact that as much as people will say incredible hulk isn't cannon it gets referenced by the avengers repeatedly in fact to the point where mark ruffalo in the first vendor says y- last time i was in new york i kind of broke harlem's people could point. You didn't really break harlem. it's like. He he accelerated renewal. There's always so much you could do. But the hope actually was relatively light on property damage. Mosey he's smashed up cards which is fair enough which you know. Hey maybe that's not even a bad but Getting back to assemble so we get this whole idea of how their string. The story together. And how how they. They really brought this. This team of unique individuals specialists their field together to do this. And we actually get the fact that you know all of the musical cues which is by the couple that wrote the hits in which is like you know talk about that is like musically disney royalty. You're literally getting the p the biggest acts in in a in disney to come to this. Tv show and didn't the nineties version get written by. I forget who the artist was the punk rock version. Only get her name but Yeah the the original right. The culture the original riot girl. And i don't remember what writing was But yeah. I mean that. I mean yeah they got they got a great you know they they really pulled. I like the fact that As they said the What's his name Because it just mentioned him a few minutes ago but It was chris. I think it was. Christopher and kristen are the kristen anderson lopez it was meditation. lopez ins. was it christopher back. I can't quite remember but basically like one of them was actually matched. Hickman's old college roommate. And then you also got just matt schick. Men's history as yeah. He actually was a sitcom kit. Right out not dissimilar to what elizabeth olsen grew up with just going with her sisters to set. You know so. It is interesting that you know that you do. Have this child star ruled. He didn't that are on the ron howard side of child star. Royalty isn't what i mean that that is that you know that's the that's the dream that is again we're disney and foggy are bringing together the pieces that work wells that make this.

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"p studios" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"p studios" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

"Gods and monsters and a big budget blockbusters studios. There is a group who assembles androids. Which is and maybe if you agents they are the people of marvel studios and this is noth- said i'm your host. Charlie look professor esser and with me as always is meskini rich friend. It's mas am is an tonight's episode is a symbol or theme which specific marvel studios assembled season one episode one the making of wanda vision join elizabeth olsen paul bentley and more to go behind the scenes of the groundbreaking series. One one visit. Vision us callers. Paul bentley bet. Bet me i call him because he reminds me of the jeffersons neighbors and that was probably bet need to the whole time and all along stars a asif ali kristen anderson lopez christopher beck seafood cast and crew. Sorry i- savelli. Kristen anderson lopez christopher backs. Paul bethany balin de ballots. Govern borders charity margot cat jennings meritas. 's ooh that's the commercial man. Kevin foggy as himself kathryn. Hahn jillian who aired jet klein. David lingo mary. Livanos robert lopez elizabeth olsen. Randall park deonna. Ferris david payton. That was herb. Evan peters joe. Lena purdy debra jo rupp. We'll remember her. Max schaefer match shagman josh stamford gen under gen under all mark worthington. Jon favreau. chris. Hemsworth fred melamed. Chris o'dowd oh i did. I not notice chris. O'dowd was in this worth chris. O'dowd raby said two names before that some with archive footage Oh that's 'cause. Chris o'dowd was in the scene. Some thor the dark world Jennings broken archive would ask. Why anthony russo joe. Russo aaron taylor johnson and of course the infamous joss sweden specialty this week. Yeah well you know sean. Risk liano director of photography and additional crew was jim velasco working person show business post production coordinator and technical operations. Oh right that is a mouthful of people and this was a muscle show to be honest. Oh man there's so much There's so much in this But so i if what is your favorite well here. I'll go first. My four things. I found the most fascinating was that they painted vision. Blue so the black and white sequences and that they often used ad in old sitcoms for lipstick and other things where the shade needed to relate to the audience as red as fascinating. Sweet things about this is that they really and again just to show the love and the care that they put into these things how they get the field. I was gonna. We actually did not get we know they did. Bring dick van dyke on to consult on this. I was very disappointed. I was really hoping for that. But i guess they didn't want to take away it but Coming he would make a great monaco. Prince match would be so perfect for that role A look at monaco prince of magic. Say oh actually even know it was him. Oh but i want say like. That is what's really fascinating. Just the fact that you know when you're shooting in black and whites it's not just a color swap that you can shoot black and white but you have to shoot in a way. That's going to read the colors to the black and white interpretation which is really a constantly. Think about it and stuff you never think about. Let's talk when they point out that. Yeah the adamson living-rooms thank you know because it would have looked weird. It was like all black and gray would have had the vibrancy of a well lit sitcom blocking grace. So it's it's really fascinating the choices they made for that. And then when we get you you know They're talking about the special effects that or really practical effects for those fifties and sixties things because of course and as luck would have it. The guy who was doing special effects actually. I studied under the people. That did bewitch. So yeah. I know all about abdul hadi wire wire magic In the sitcom you know how to hide the wire how to make it through the air so that looks like it's floating on a wire you now. I mean just that kind of stuff that they knew what they wanted and then they found the people that could do it. They found the best. This is one of the things and this is where this was seven baggies baby. This is what. I what. I say about a producer and this is why producers are way more important than people think because we will just think. Oh do they put up the money. They put their name on it. No and if that's letten maybe some people have producers like that. But i don't really good show what you find is that producer is. The person who who's art swarm is the manipulation of other artists. So i wouldn't call it manipulation. I would call the plying. We'll yeah well. That's what i mean. So essentially and this goes to Much like a director directs the cast in how to bring to fruition his vision. The same thing is done by the producer on a broader level on the people that are involved in the mechanization of the process. So why use manipulation. Is this idea that you know a musician. Manipulate sound a writer manipulates words. That work is fraught with connotation that award is line could do it up carrying that sort of you know into i sort of take that somewhat from a alfred hitchcock who very famously said actors are the paint upon which i paint that use canvas which was also kinda seemed to be kind of diminutive of after sets. You know to its. You ain't no. But i mean when i was in acting school in. I was working with the director that i trusted that i admired. I would say to him. Look i m your utensil. You know use me to get your vision. I understood that as an actor that that was my responsibility Play but you know that's an important thing to have but the director gets out of the people working there is saying yeah where all commonly aligned on this vision and i will bring all of myself to bear to make that happen. How do you get people motivated to do their best aimed in that direction. And that's what they're good producer does exactly. It's it's an. It is finding the personalities that are going to match funding people that are going to work well together finding people that are going to build out this universe. Well you know. I mean what is it is kind of surprising in its own way that for as much derogatory stuff as jocelyn gets for.

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