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"patricia hearst" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

06:21 min | 9 months ago

"patricia hearst" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Again, a lot of other weird stuff happens. Film shows with the young couple has to overcome to be together and how their actions affect the rest of the town. And this was also the second of his films to be adapted for the stage as a musical comedy. I had no idea that came a musical. That was also like I would argue peak Johnny Depp hotness. Like he was 1990 baby faced high cheekbones like that was hot, Johnny dap. Right. And as you can see, we're getting like real. Mainstream. Yeah, exactly. Yeah. So in 1994 is serial mom. Do you know where this one? So this is a black comedy crime film starring Kathleen Turner, Sam Waterston, Ricky Lake and Matthew Lillard. So in this movie, Beverly Sutton appears to be an unassuming upper middle class housewife living with her dentist husband, Eugene, and their teenage children, misty and chip in the suburbs of Baltimore. However, she is secretly a serial killer murdering woes who she perceives to slight her and her family or fail to live up to her moral standards. So the movie poster for this is like Kathleen Turner with like, I feel like she has like a butcher knife or something like that right in the front or a pair of scissors or something because she so she just you know, oh, you beeped your horn at her and the school pick up line. Now you're dead. Yeah, she's holding a pie. She's sitting in front of a picket fence, and she has a bloody knife, poised over the pie. Yeah. Yeah. Yep. Oh, you broke up with her daughter and you were a bad guy? Oh, now you're dead. Yeah. So a lot of zany ways to die kind of happen in this one. Yeah. All right. In 1998, we have the film pecker oh, and you know what? I'm happy to say that it has nothing to do with dicks. So I feel like I saw this picture ago. Yeah. You may have. It basically is the rise to fame and potential fortune of a budding photographer played by Edward Furlong. And also in the summer Christina Ricci, lily Taylor and Martha plimpton, again, among many others. So the main character's name is pecker, and it's named for his childhood habit of pecking at his food. And he becomes unexpectedly popular when a savvy New York art dealer named Rory Wheeler discovers his work. So pecker's pictures, which are taken with very cheap camera at their grainy, not a focus, or unglamorous subjects, but they strike a chord with New York art collectors. So drama and hilarity ensue, of course, and having seen his newfound fame to stripe the lives of his family and friends, pecker upsets the art world by refusing to participate in a scheduled show at the Whitney. And instead he forces New York art collectors to come to Baltimore to see this photograph. It was like, okay, maybe it sounds perfectly fine. I'd see that one. Have people stomping on people's feet for sexual pleasure. I don't know. So to your 2000 is Cecil B demented, the stars Melanie Griffith as a snobby a list Hollywood actress named honey whitlock whose kidnapped by a band of terrorist filmmakers and they forced her to star in their underground film. Stephen Dorf is the title character and the leader of their group with Alicia witt, Adrian grenier, Michael Shannon and Maggie Gyllenhaal, coaster one is the rest of his gang of kamikaze filmmakers that go by the name, the sprocket holes. So the film is actually loosely based on the 1974 kidnapping of Patricia Hearst, who also has a cameo in this movie. And in fact, Patty Hearst appeared in all of waters films since crybaby. Wow. Are they Friends? Yeah, he's friends with her. He's friends with a couple of them. Ladies that were in the Manson Family. Yeah, that sounds right. That sounds like he would gather people like that around him. Yeah. I don't know. Yeah. And then, 2004, we have a dirty shame. So this is a, you know, satirical sex comedy, starring yeoman, Johnny Knoxville, Selma Blair. What exercise Isaac Suzanne shepherd and mink stole. So this film. The people of Hartford wrote are firmly divided into two camps. The neuters, the puritanical residents who despise anything remotely carnal, and the perverts, a group of sex addicts whose unique fetishes have all been brought to their to the forefront by actual concussions. Eventually, through a series of bizarre head knockings, everyone on the harford area of Baltimore becomes a dirty sex addict. A dirty shame is currently the last film directed by waters who said that the film's poor box office performance had prevented him from making more films. Okay. All right, I got through it. I got through, I got through it. You did great. So the dreamlanders. So those are the cast and crew of regulars whom John Waters has used in his films. So the term comes from the name of his production company, dreamland productions. Besides his art director, Vincent perano, other dreamlanders include mink stole George figs, bob Adams, Susan Lowe, Paul swift, Chris mason and Peter Cooper. And most notably, Mary Vivian pierce is the only dreamlander to appear in every one of his films. Though her scenes in crybaby were actually cut from the finished product. But mink stole has appeared in all the waters as feature films, but didn't appear in the early short films. Since the early 1990s, waters has been busy with visual arts and writing books. He started creating interesting photo based artworks and installations that ended up internationally acclaimed and exhibited in lots of galleries and museums around the world. His main themes of his projects are beauty in the fashion industry, the phenomenon of consumerism, human vanity and the world of transgender and queer people. A few of his most popular pieces are two giant sculptures, both from the year 2009 to rush is a gigantic popper bottle with its spilled contents and la mer is a giant replica of luxury anti aging facial cream. In 2020 waters pledged to donate his personal art collection of 372 works by artists, including Andy Warhol, nan golden and photographer Diane arbus to the Baltimore Museum of Art upon his death..

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"patricia hearst" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"patricia hearst" Discussed on AP News

"Some said that they got bigger bonuses to reimburse for the contributions, records show. New Breed workers contributed more than $600,000 to Republican candidates Dejoy supported it's not illegal to encourage workers. To contribute to candidates, but it is illegal to reimburse them if it's done to sidestep federal campaign contribution limits. I'm Jackie Quinn. Celebrity Attorney F. Lee Bailey has died at the age of 87. According to one of his law associates. I'm Margie Szaroleta with the latest F. Lee Bailey made his name winning an acquittal for the second murder trial of Dr Sam Sheppard. Bailey's other high profile clients included eras Patricia Hearst, the alleged Boston Strangler and former NFL star O. J. Simpson. One of the memorable moments of Simpson's 1995 trial was Bailey Cross examining Los Angeles police Detective Mark Furman, about racism. Anyone who comes to this court And quote you as using that word in dealing with African Americans would be a liar. Would they not, detective? Yes, they would. All of them all of them. Bailey was disbarred in two states for his handling of stock owned by a convicted drug smuggler. AP News I'm Tim Maguire. The Bite administration lays out his plan to share vaccine doses with the world as demand for vaccinations in this country falls. The White House is touting the overall vaccination numbers. Already 63% of adult Americans have received at least one shot virus. Response coordinator Jeff Sciences, urging those who have not received at least one to do so. And the White House is playing up incentives available for getting shots. Free beer that seems to be very appealing. But spokeswoman Jen Psaki knows that may not be enough. Ultimately, this is going to be up to individuals to get shots in their arms. We can take every creative step we possibly can take Soccer Megane Washington Concrete barriers that block traffic for more than a year at 38th in Chicago now inform Really George Floyd Square in Minneapolis have been moved along with artwork and other items in his memory. City Council vice president Andrea Jenkins says the intersection has to be reopened and the memorial to flow it must live on now it's time for us to begin the process. Of rebuilding this community to create the kind of memorial that is worthy, Uh, the life of George Floyd Mayor Jacob Price says Traffic will not be fully restored for some time. Celebrity lawyer F. Lee Bailey is dead at 87 F. Lee Bailey made his name winning an acquittal for the second murder trial of Dr Sam Sheppard. Bailey's other high profile clients included heiress Patricia Hearst, the alleged Boston Strangler and former NFL star O. J. Simpson. One of the memorable moments of Simpson's 1995 trial was Bailey Cross examining Los Angeles police Detective Mark Furman, about racism. Anyone who comes to this court And quote you as using that word in dealing with African Americans would be a liar, Would they? Not detectives? Yes, they would. All of them all of them. Bailey was disbarred in two states for his handling of stock owned by a convicted drug smuggler. I'm Margie Szaroleta. This is a P news. Organizers of a Memorial Day event in Hudson, Ohio, are drawing sharp criticism for turning off the microphone during a speech by retired Army officer as he was sharing the Was first commemorated by an organized group of black freed slaves. Organizers of the ceremony said that part of the speech was not relevant to the program's theme of honoring the city's.

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"patricia hearst" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"patricia hearst" Discussed on AP News

"Results could be overturned. I'm Jackie Quinn. A P news. I'm Ben Thomas. Good morning. House Democrats are weighing in on the infrastructure negotiations between President Biden and Senate Republicans. They're calling for a public works boost that would dedicate about $547 billion to roads, public transit systems and rail programs. The proposal comes as Biden tries to wrap up negotiations with Republicans. He's expected to talk again today with their lead Senator Shelley Moore Capito. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the president has presented a 15% minimum corporate tax as a way of paying for his infrastructure bill. This is a component of what he's proposed for a pay for He's lifting up as a question as to whether they could agree to that because it certainly doesn't violate anything about the 2017 taxes. So that's what he's putting forward as as an idea that he's asking them where their point of view is. A P correspondent Charles Daley does my reports Biden's proposals for deterring tax avoidance by multinational companies. Being discussed ahead of next week's G seven summit. President Biden's push for a global minimum corporate tax of at least 15% is unblock stalled global tax negotiations and raise prospects of an agreement this year. Although key aspects such as the actual rate remained to be decided an endorsement from the G seven could help build support for a deal in ongoing talks among more than 140 countries being held in Paris. Health authorities are trying to determine whether heart inflammation Could be a rare side effect in teens after the second dose of Covid 19 vaccine. An article in Pediatrics looks at seven teenage boys in several states who received fighter shots in April or May and developed chest pain. Within a few days. None became critically ill European Union and British regulators have opened dual anti trust investigations into Facebook, examining whether it's practices in classified advertising. Give it an unfair advantage. This is a P news. Hurricanes enlightening in the NHL playoffs last night, AP correspondent Dave Ferry the Hurricanes or within two games to one in their second round series, following a 32 overtime win against the Lightning, leaving the home team Oh, and three thus far. Carolina Blue A two Nothing lead before Jordan stall netted a power play goal 5 57 into the extra session, Peter Moravek stopped 35 shots in his first appearance of the post season. It's all about preparation, so You know, I was just trying to be ready as much as possible. And, uh, you know, see if I if I get a game and I'm happy that you know, like God one and we want to know Brett Passion and Sebastian Aho scored 2 25 apart early in the second period, but Brayden point tallied 77 seconds later before setting up Alex Killorn goal late in the second. Game four is Saturday. I'm Dave Ferry. Last night's other game also went to overtime with the Bruins to one victors over the Islanders. Boston now has a two games to one edge in that series. I'm Ben Thomas. AP News Celebrity Attorney F. Lee Bailey has died at the age of 87. According to one of his law associates. I'm Margie Szaroleta with the latest F. Lee Bailey made his name winning an acquittal for the second murder trial of Dr Sam Sheppard. Bailey's other high profile clients included eras Patricia Hearst, the alleged Boston Strangler and former NFL star O. J. Simpson. One of the memorable moments of Simpson's 1995 trial was Bailey Cross examining Los Angeles police detective Mark Furman about racism. Anyone who comes to this court and quote you as using that word. In dealing with African Americans would be a liar, Would they not, detective? Yes, they would all of them correctly of them. Bailey was disbarred in two states for his handling of stock owned by a convicted drug smuggler. Celebrity Attorney F. Lee Bailey has died at the age of 87, according to one of his law associates. Margie Szaroleta, with the latest F. Lee Bailey made his name winning an acquittal for the second murder trial of Dr Sam Sheppard. Bailey's other high profile clients included heiress Patricia Hearst, the alleged Boston Strangler and former NFL star O. J. Simpson. One of the memorable moments of Simpson's 1995 trial was Bailey Cross examining Los Angeles police Detective Mark Furman, about racism. Anyone who comes to this court And quote you as using that word in dealing with African Americans would be a liar, Would they? Not detectives? Yes, they would. All of them all of them. Bailey was disbarred in two.

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"patricia hearst" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"patricia hearst" Discussed on AP News

"In Chicago now inform Really George Floyd Square in Minneapolis have been moved along with artwork and other items in his memory. City Council vice president Andrea Jenkins says the intersection has to be reopened and the memorial to flow it must live on now it's time for us to begin the process. Of rebuilding this community to create the kind of memorial that is worthy. Of the life of George Floyd Mayor Jacob Frye says traffic will not be fully restored for some time. Celebrity lawyer F. Lee Bailey is dead at 87 F. Lee Bailey made his name winning an acquittal for the second murder trial of Dr Sam Sheppard. Bailey's other high profile clients included heiress Patricia Hearst, the alleged Boston Strangler. And former NFL star O. J. Simpson. One of the memorable moments of Simpson's 1995 trial was Bailey Cross examining Los Angeles police Detective Mark Furman about racism. And quote you as using that word in dealing with African Americans would be a liar, Would they? Not detectives? Yes, they would. All of them all of them. Bailey was disbarred in two states for his handling of stock owned by a convicted drug smuggler. I'm Margie Szaroleta. This is a P news. Organizers of a Memorial Day event in Hudson, Ohio, are drawing sharp criticism for turning off the microphone during a speech by retired Army officer as he was sharing the history behind Memorial Day, retired Army Lieutenant Colonel Barnard Kempner began talking about how freed black slaves had honored fallen soldiers soon after the Civil War Real day. Was first commemorated by an organized group of black freed slaves. Organizers of the ceremony said that part of the speech was not relevant to the program's theme of.

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"patricia hearst" Discussed on AP News

AP News

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"patricia hearst" Discussed on AP News

"Contributions before he was appointed to the post by former President Donald Trump. If he's Jackie Quinn has more. Louis Dejoy previously denied repaying. And then give larger bonuses as reimbursement. The joy has been sharply criticized for changes he made to the Postal Service that delayed mail before the 2020 election when there was a crush of mail in ballots. This is a P news Duke University College basketball coaching legend Mike Schelsky talks about leaving the game after this coming season. Yeah, he's Ed Donahue has more. I just want to tell you I've been a very lucky guy. The man known as Coach K, says he and his wife have mapped out their future. The journey is going to be over in a year. And we're going to go after it as hard as we possibly can. The 74 year old Stachowski has won nine national titles at Duke and as the winningest coach in the history of Division one men's college basketball, He says he's proud of his family proud of his players. A great picture for me would be to get all my guys My former players in one place. Where I could just Okay? That's good. Former Duke player and assistant head coach John Shayr will be shown. Chefs keys replacement. I'm Ed Donahue. I'm too McGuire. AP News. Jobless Claims continue to drop I'm Jackie Quinn with an A P news minute. The White House is touting the latest unemployment numbers. The number of Americans seeking benefits dropped to 385,000 last week. White House press secretary Jen Psaki below 400,000. For the first time since the pandemic hit. This is just the latest evidence that President Biden's economic strategy and vaccination plan are working. The Biden administrations funding dozens of conservation and recreation projects across the country, giving up $2.8 billion in grants from last year's Great American Outdoors Act. Authorities in Idaho have a man in custody for the killings of 26 year Old Sarah's Ent and her three young Children. The 21 year old suspect, Cohen. Hans Baron is being held without bond researchers say they've developed a pill that can help keep it bay certain early stage hard to treat breast cancers. It's called Lin Parsa. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News I'm Jackie Quinn. President Biden is trying to break a logjam with Republicans on how to pay for infrastructure. He's proposed a 15% minimum tax on corporations. And the possibility of revenues from IRS enforcement. A person familiar with the talks says he made the offer to Republican negotiator Shelley Moore Capito as part of an effort to reach a bipartisan agreement. The Biden administrations released a long awaited plan to share vaccine doses with the world virus Response Coordinator Jeff Science is urging those who have not received at least one to do so. And the White House is playing up incentives available for getting shots. Free beer that seems to be very appealing, but spokeswoman Jen Psaki knows that may not be enough. Ultimately, this is going to be up to individuals to get shots in their arms. We can take every creative step we possibly can take. Soccer Megane Washington F. Lee Bailey has died. The celebrity lawyer known for high profile cases like Patty Hearst and the alleged Boston Strangler, but none as notorious as the O. J. Simpson trial in 1995 Bailey turned the tables on Detective Mark Furman. Accusing him of planting evidence for 15 minutes did something Which we believe explains the presence of the glove. The blood in the Bronco etcetera. The latest victim of a cyber attack is a ferry service carrying passengers from Cape Cod. To Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard. Massachusetts Attorney General Morris Healy says resources are needed to stop these attacks We have to as a country. Be very focused on this. It's a matter of national defense. The government says the number of people filing claims for unemployment last week dropped to a new pandemic low. The Justice Department is investigating Postmaster General Louis Dejoy over past political donations by his former employees. This is a P news Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's opponents are pushing for a quick vote to end his term in office. The new phase of political warfare began just hours after opposition leader Yeah, copied and his main coalition partner declared they had reached a deal to link a majority of the Knesset and form a new government. The announcement triggered a complex process likely to stretch over the next week. Giving Netanyahu time to pressure coalition members ideologically aligned with him to quit the group. Now the question is whether the coalition of 61 votes would hold together through a vote of 120 member cross that I'm serious. Shockley, AMC may sell up to 11 million of its shares with the trading phenomenon pushing stocks in the movie theater chain up almost 2000%. This year, AMC is emerging from pandemic lockdowns that threatened its very existence. Industry experts are having trouble explain. The enthusiasm for AMC stock. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News The Justice Department is investigating Postmaster General Louis Dejoy over political fundraising activity at his former business aspire Adhering to campaign contribution laws. The Washington Post reports. Five former workers said that they were urged by Dejoy or his aides to attend political fundraisers at his North Carolina mansion and to write out donation checks. Some said that they got bigger bonuses to reimburse for the contributions record shown new breed workers contributed more than $600,000 to Republican candidates Dejoy supported it's not illegal to encourage workers. To contribute to candidates, but it is illegal to reimburse them if it's done to sidestep federal campaign contribution limits. I'm Jackie Quinn. Celebrity Attorney F. Lee Bailey has died at the age of 87. According to one of his law associates. I'm Margie Szaroleta with the latest Emily Bailey made his name winning an acquittal for the second murder trial of Dr Sam Sheppard. Bailey's other high profile clients included heiress Patricia Hearst, the alleged Boston Strangler and former NFL star O. J. Simpson. One of the memorable moments of Simpson's 1995 trial was Bailey Cross examining Los Angeles police Detective Mark Furman, about racism. Anyone who comes to this court And quote you as using that word in dealing with African Americans would be a liar, Would they? Not detectives? Yes, they would. All of them all of them. Bailey was disbarred in two states for his handling of stock owned by a convicted drug smuggler. AP News I'm Tim Maguire. The Biden administration lays out its plan to share vaccine doses with the world as demand for vaccinations in this country falls. The White House is touting the overall vaccination numbers. Already 63% of adult Americans have received at least one shot virus. Response coordinator Jeff Science is urging those who have not received at least one to do so. And the White House is playing up incentives available for getting shots. Free beer that seems to be very appealing. But spokeswoman Jen Psaki knows that may not be enough. Ultimately, this is going to be up to individuals to get shots in their arms. We can take every creative step we possibly can take Soccer Megane Washington Concrete barriers that block traffic for more than a year at 38th.

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"patricia hearst" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"patricia hearst" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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Celebrity Attorney F. Lee Bailey Dead at 87

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Celebrity Attorney F. Lee Bailey Dead at 87

"Celebrity attorney F. Lee Bailey has died at the age of eighty seven according to one of his law associates I marquees are loaded with the latest Ashley Bailey made his name winning an acquittal for the second murder trial of Dr Sam Sheppard Bailey's other high profile clients included heiress Patricia Hearst the alleged Boston strangler and former NFL star OJ Simpson one of the memorable moments of Simpson's nineteen ninety five trial was Bailey cross examining Los Angeles police detective mark Fuhrman about racism anyone who comes to this court and quotes you as using that word in dealing with African Americans would be a liar would they not detective yes they would all of them correct all of them Billy was disbarred in two states for his handling of stock owned by a convicted drug smuggler really won the right to practice law in Maine in twenty thirteen

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"patricia hearst" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"patricia hearst" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"With this on this Wednesday. Well, yesterday, Pamela Anderson, let us know that she was quitting all social media. This will be my last post. She posted that on. I thought it was due to kind of Julian assign you stuff for she's just sick of social media. Yeah, just trying to think why she was so Adam. Yesterday. Well, she was just sudden, now unseen that she is Don't for the rest of us not to be seduced by wasted time. This is her reasoning for it. Okay? And then that was yesterday And then today she out, does herself By giving a world exclusive to the daily mail with I mean, at least 50 pictures that she got paid for, and she's married her bodyguard in a ceremony of Ah, photographer, the guy who are Gallo married him and the two of them. He fell in love and lock down on Vancouver Island, and they got married at her grandparent's trust, Mary Oh, yeah. Just last January, she married Adam Peter. That's correct, and then it won't because later broke up with them. He's marrying gal. This is her fifth time she and so twice to Tommy Lee. I think or twice take the other kid Rock, I think. Yes. Oh, Solomon. I feel like twice. Solomon. Tommy Lee Kid walk. John Peter for 12 days, and now the bodyguard bodyguard. That's right. So she's off of that. Elizabeth Taylor found love with her bodyguard Larry at the end of her days. That's right, Joya. She's a friend of Pamela's, told Page six. He's in his forties. A real man. Finally he knows how to handle her. It's very cool to seeing. She's completely comfortable and they're never out of each other's sight. OK, bad is about wearing cold dead. Okay, hard to get out of each other's sight because there's nothing else today and they he's your bodyguard. You're always supposed to be in his sight, and it's his job. Right? So they got married Christmas Eve on. It's her home on Vancouver Island, but she bought it from her grandparents say she beautiful up in Canada. Yeah. I'm exactly where I need to be, she told the Daily Mail. So while she's giving up social media, she's dominating social media. These pictures are beautiful. I'm in the arms of a man who truly loves me. And then she showed videos and her princess Long Princess Day and his long, long veil dragging through the mud. It's kind of a blue dress because You know, five marriages. It's time to do something different are wearing blue. Now. Her best was the bikini. Rocco. Yeah. Tommy Lee know when she married? That's right in Paris. Oh, in Cancun. You're right. The very first one. You're getting heavier, likelier it mixed up. It was doing for a while. We're in a changeable, but oh my gosh. Yeah. So the Daily Mail has all the photos, she says. Every day is their honeymoon. She did say one thing. And he's like in his Early forties, so she's like 10 years. Older than he is, Um, which Okay, That's fine. Nothing wrong with that. No, but I'm just saying, you know, she is the sex. Anay Jing Sex kitten vixen having a younger man. Would that be the way to go? Oh, Laurie. Laurie, you okay? Now you can't even say that out loud because think of how many times you told me to date a young man. Well, but I I'm just saying, I don't know, like if it was gonna be some long. I'm just saying, you know, like for fun. Right, Okay. Anyway, but maybe it's fine. I mean, he's a Canadian, too. I don't know. He's your bodyguard. I mean, Patricia Hearst married her bodyguard. Now they still together, married. That's really the only celebrity marrying their body Kevin Costner and will be used and got married in the movie long ago. Yeah, Anyway, they fell head over heels. It was a natural fit, so sex was great the very first time. And, um Yes. You look cute. I would have false cute. Yeah, He's cute. He's very cure. Security has nice caps on his front teeth. Yeah, Yeah, so I don't know. Um, She thinks her property has a lot of the healing energy. And it's cute. The one thing that is always now this is the only she looks lovely Laurie. She's in real life article. We saw her once that Mr Childs and I've never seen anything more beautiful in my life. She's stunning, like Stunning. Yeah, um, the pictures. This is something about a lot of these celebrities. Pictures do nothing. They are so gorgeous in real life. You die and you stare even longer, But she's so stunning, but the one thing that she's always done. And it was a fad in the nineties is that super pencil line eyebrow and she still has him because they don't go back. But you can get him tatted in, but she's got a beautiful She's gorgeous. And she's gorgeous. Her dress is beautiful and good for her. She's just very much, though, in love with being in love, Really. There's nothing he was married or something wrong with that she was, you know, had she was Had the you know, marriage and break up last January, and she has moved on. He's cute. Married with Social Media's You're not going to see her talk. Okay? Now, let's talk about our next one that we had a we We posted the photos you guys and you have to go Look at the glory and Julia Show page because this one means you two something has happened. It's Demi Moore. She's while she's hitting the Fendi runway. She's walking at Paris Fashion week. They asked her to walk. And, um, she locked in Rihanna's savage ex Fenty show last fall or and Esso anyway, she not only Campbell, Cara Delevingne, Christy Turlington. They were all walking. Kate Moss and her daughter also appeared, but it's Demi Moore's appearance. And I tweeted it and I said is, she said, you're seeing that rock because I'm getting ready to send it to you. Do you have it? She's talking in her cheeks. Is that contouring? Or is that some No terrible Red face of similar to what happened. And Madonna when she get the marionette. I am Okay. Rocco use have the photo right way. Posted it people. I am I can't breathe. I can't believe because this is this. She was looking great, gorgeous. She didn't even have a L. A. Okay, So what has happened here is something contour nor she seconded and cheeks. You can't look at if I second my kicks that night. You made another face. My mouth does not look like it is Down turned the marionette thing. It is, but it's like a downturn. Trout pout pout like a travel mouth. It's a trout mouth with fishing lures and the inside of her cheeks that go right underneath. Her cheekbone and wrap around her top of her year eating. She got a best read. It looks so horrible. He did the same Madonna look like this, too. When she did whatever she did to her face. It is he has injectables major injectables, and this is This is a scary Lori. Don't do anything. It looks like you know, when kids play around and play like fish face and sucking their cheeks and try to be funny, But I don't know that she No, I don't think she's being funny. Yeah, because I'm gonna look at a video of her now and see if she's funny. Okay, She's walking with that face. 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"patricia hearst" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:10 min | 2 years ago

"patricia hearst" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Your low self esteem. Personality disorders are a terrible thing to waste. Yeah. If you take what you think, is probably a disadvantage and your insecurities and everything, and then you start to love them and make fun of them as long as you can make fun of yourself first. My advice is to only make fun of things you love not hate, and the tone is very different and you can get away with it. So when you started trying to take that idea into art, when do you think you were first successful of that taking the odd the were the thing that someone else would think It's terrible during that someone we think is an IQ or yuck and turning it into a success. Well, always. I mean, I knew it was a puppeteer with a big with the big party. I had a career when I was 12 years old, the Children's birthday parties. But because of the influence of William Castle in all his gimmicks on films, I got bored with punch and Judy. So I put fake blood and it my parents would start hiring me. I was a camp. I was not the council, but a junior counselor was meant you were half camper and you have worked there. And every night I would read these horror stories that I've wrote to the campers and they would flip out have nightmares in the camp called my parents. So it began with that right in the beginning and in Mondo trash. Oh, I think the first movie I ever made. We got arrested it. I didn't know we were gonna get arrested for conspiracy to commit a decent exposure. So I turned that around and use that in the American Civil Liberties Union handled our case became a national story. It wasn't planned. But you use what you got, and I knew enough from reading variety and knowing about show business about about how to embrace that and use it. That publicity's was certainly free advertising that I couldn't afford it the time and still whenever you do press it's an even trade. Really, that each is using the other person, so you might as well have fun with the handshake. Yeah, My guess is John Waters in the name of his book. Is Mr Know it all. So what did it mean for you personally, This is how do you feel? Question what it means you personally when you suddenly realized Okay, Wait. I'm having mainstream success. Well, that really happened with hairspray, and it kind of happened overnight. And then that went beyond my dreams is still beyond my dreams. It's a gift that keeps on giving. I've been hired and paid quite well by Hollywood to write a sequel to the musical, a TV series and recently by HBO or another sequel That hasn't happened yet. That doesn't mean it's not going to Plus, they paid me to write him anyway. So that happened And that surprised me in a way because I thought all my films would be commercially successful on digest, Did you? Yeah, but not too, that I didn't think they were all going to get turned into musicals. But Hairspray would have been probably the logical choice. Even though Hairspray My movie was a dance movie. It wasn't an original musical Cry baby was, what's the difference between You said in the book that it's a dance movie, not a musical Well because the only original song and it was the title song here. Spray. All the rest was real music that I love very much that was obscured to many people, but certainly rhythm and blues, music and square music from that era. That was used as part of a plot. So s O Hairspray was not a jukebox musical when it went on stage, it was someone took the idea of that music and wrote not someone. Scott Wittman and Mark Shame it. Took the original sound of that music that they knew well and wrote new music to sound like that era, And that's why the music I think it's so good to have a favorite line from Hairspray. Which one. My favorite line in the movie is when Devine is watching her daughter on TV for the first time, and she starts talking to her and somebody says there are she can't hear you. Mine, which I use often when I'm busy. I'm trying to iron in here. Iron? Yeah, like taking an ironing. Two people still do that. That's the way I feel bad. I looked like my mother used to take all that ironing to this poor woman who took an ironing and you go pick it up. And I guess people still take in ironing. I don't know. Or maybe they just went where drip dry clothes or whatever they're called these days. My guest is John Waters, and we're talking about Mr Know it all right. Now we're talking about hair spray, and you weren't really movingly about divine's death. Well, the whole the whole Divine's death in there, which is unfortunately, like being in a play that the day Divine died that nobody wanted to be in if I look back on it And I'm still shocked of mine is dead. Really? Because divine seems more alive today with my movies. People constantly referenced him. This met ball I don't think divine ever got more publicity's his life for someone who wasn't invited. So, um, I think his time was always there, and the mind did know his success before he died. When Hairspray came out, he got great reviews for the first time pulling kale of them. He got really nice review, So it's better than dying the day before it opened but dying two days after it much better. You mentioned this earlier. That cry baby came after you know was a little bit more of a traditional Guess it was. It was a movie praising juvenile delinquency. But, yeah, when the movie came out, it was not a hit and the Broadway musical was not a hit either. But cry baby because of Johnny Depp, I think is probably been seen by more people all over the world than any movie I ever made. You have this skill of having people do send up versions of themselves. You got l seven, the punk band and Joan Rivers and just Patty Hearst all over the place. What was your pitch to them? How did you talk to them? Was that Was never making fun of them at all. But I was fascinated by their life and Patty or is it that people like you where I went to jail, But at the same time, I think they all knew that I was on their side. And I believed in them, and I didn't cast anybody for camp reasons. I didn't ever catch them, but I thought they were so bad. They were good. I thought they were so good. They were perfect. And so I asked them to do something that they may be hadn't tried to do. And also to fix their image that they were sick of and hated like being a famous criminal victim. Who wants to be a famous victim. So if you make fun of that, like Patricia Hearst said, I'd never would refuse to sign autographs. I was mad when people ransom me, but then, when she made the movie she did. Because then she had finally done something, and she had taken something that she never asked for. She was dragged out of her apartment by gunpoint that trash can and and finally, like, going had to go to jail. So she was acting the whole time She was with them. That's why she's alive. That's you. Actually, kind of you gave her a gift. In many ways, you get control over your great gift to because she's a good comedian. Was. It goes back to that sort of that agreement? Yeah, we said camp twice. So I have to bring it up the word I would never say. You know, I'm not even that gay. The Met gala. There was camp was the theme which is hard to do because real camp means something is so bad. It's good and they don't know it. And it's hard to wear could tour out that and not know you're wearing it. This is so funny. It's a thin line between trying too hard. In line between trying to hand because real camp was innocents. And it was also a secret word that only gay people know And that time has long gone past and then camp turned to trash and trash turned to filth. And in Europe, it was always Hitch meant the same thing. So what is camp today when, when the original Maybe an elderly couple from the forties that still have a plaster pink flamingos in their front yard is beautiful camp hipsters that have it in their front lawn is offensive to me. It's classist. Will you put on your headphones? So I want to play a clip for you about camp. And we'll talk about it on the other side, All right. 50 bucks for a toy. No kidded with that. But this is the Rex Mars atomic discombobulated. Don't you just love the graphics on this box? No. Well, Can you love a bucks or a toy? A graphic? You're a grown man. It's camp. The tragically ludicrous the ludicrously tragic Oh, yeah, Like when a clown died, Well, sort of..

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"patricia hearst" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:23 min | 2 years ago

"patricia hearst" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"J. Kelly, country attorney joining us yesterday. Let me make a comment about that. I mean, in a sense, we discovered this syndrome called the Stockholm Syndrome. Back in the seventies, when some terrorist took over an aircraft that was on the ground, and they threatened to kill the passengers and the Stockholm syndrome has to do with people who are under duress in extreme emotional duress. Will actually embraced their captors and Patricia Hearst, who was captured by the Symbionese Liberation Army did the same thing that in a sense when she had the opportunity to testify against him, she didn't do it. During that time because she had been converted. So I would say to you that those people who have been converted to the cause of the left are people who have come to love the fear. So it's the not the Stockholm syndrome. It's now called the Corona Syndrome, inimitable or live in fear like that going and I would love to get pats thoughts on that. I'm going to quote Shakespeare now. Oh, my God. We've done Latin. When are we going to do? Shirley? Done, Julius Caesar. Now we're going to do Shakespeare. You can't beat when you any winky. Well, can't but it's actually profound. It is in the play Julius Caesar. That Shakespeare wrote, And he says that the cowards die many times before their deaths. But the valiant never taste of death. But once that is beautiful, so these that is profound. These people literally waste their lives cowering and fear, and they know the odds. The odds air terribly remote that they'll even get Corona buyers alone. Die from it. Yet they cower in fear. Every day. Every day is a pain for them. Every day is is seeking protection from somebody else. And trump like a good military leaders is get off your ass. Get back into that battle line and charged the enemy and the traders essentially and the press. Oh, no, no, no, no, that's dangerous. That's foolish. It isn't dangerous and is in foolish. You just get up, Get going. Leaders lead and we go and take this thing on. And I guess so. But they can't comprehend that because their power their magic power over you is the fear that they're creating and in terms is forget the fear. Let's go. Let's fight and see that zit and they react to that negatively. Yeah, And those people hate the idea of liberation from that fear because they have embraced it so deeply that they've integrated into their way of life and they can't function without it. And so eclipse 16, CNN's Jim via Coster. Acosta. He accosts people with this with his words mocks President Trump. And then I have another clip that I want to add to this. Go ahead. This is very different. Takes it off and incorrect message and you see him here. He takes it off and he's getting ready for his pictures. The flags flank him, right, Caitlin, This is what he did. This is the moment this is what he produced it for. He wants the image to be I'm strong. This virus is nothing Is tweet today, feeling better than I did 20 years ago. Don't be afraid of covert. Don't let it dominate your life. There he is. This is the image he wants. Let us remind viewers now that the president is on steroids and a drug that fewer than 10. People outside of clinical trials have gotten inside the United States to deal with Corona virus. He had a level of treatment and a level of care that most Americans would not get. That's understandable. He is the president of the United States. Obviously, everyone expects that, but what the president is portraying by taking his mask off when he gets back to the Truman balcony to give this this grand return to the White House is that everything is fine. And as he said, Don't let Corona virus control your life. Let me make a point to that. And this is interesting because you're talking about leaders, leaders lead I think it was well, it was over the weekend or last week or, you know, recently a leader that is the courage the Kony's and the money to be able to do. What the hell he wants A guy named Elon Musk. 48 or nine years old. He is so sick of the media like you just heard there. He literally fired or gave new jobs toe every person in his public relations department. Tesla Automobiles has zero Public relations department. They're not going to talk to the press voice for Tesla. Is Elon Musk, just like President Trump. He likes to just tweeted out, Say it from his own mind to your mind. Nothing filtered. Nothing twisted because the media has become so divisive and so rotten and twist so much that it's just not even worth dealing with. Um he calculated the odds also in last week, he said. The press was assailing him for being allegedly callous. He looked at him and we're talking about musk boss, Kenny said. Everybody's got to die sometime. Let's move on and that's a leader. I'm sorry. It's hard targets an analysis but it's the leader. It's true. By the way, there is an excellent movie called The Darkest Hour for Gary Oldman plays Winston Churchill and its worth watching. It's an inspirational movie in the forties, when it looked like Germany was going to prevail. There was a big faction in England that just wanted cooperation with Germany essentially surrender and participation with And Churchill alone, resisted this, and he did it by saying that we were going to have victory at all costs and that we will fight on the landing beaches. The famous speech. And he resisted needed the right thing. And in the end these people workers indicated his collaborators to a certain degree, but he forgave them all. And they went to work for England. But our presidents being brave when the entire elitist organization of our country is attacking him for moving forward. In a portion of the movie Good. Winston Churchill listens to the people in the subway, any gains inspiration and turns his country around while Trump listens to the people in the subway, and he doesn't listen to the elitist. And he's going to lead this country whether they want to go or not, At least the leaders whether they want to go or not. I think people want to go. The people want to be free and theories and city is it It puts you inside. It limits your contact. It makes you susceptible to brainwashing. It actually promotes Corona virus because you're in constant. The reason why the colds and flu increase in the winner's time is not because the virus becomes Ever more deadly. It's because you're put inside with larger groups of people and you're confined all the time. It goes away in the summer because you're outside and there's less chance of getting infected. So get out. Get some sunshine before the winter turns harsh on us and live a life lived free. Well, I love Theodore Roosevelt's man in the arena. And it starts out. It is not the critic that counts. And that is exactly correct. It is not the critic that counts, and there's just so many freaking critics. But let's just take a look at this because we're at a crossroads in America right now. We have the Biden future and we have the trump future. I imagined when I was thinking about a Biden future. The surrender that would have to take place by so many Americans who love this president who love freedom. Who love who loved God. And so this is a clip from the final scene from the movie 300. Just think about how this comes off. Go. The United.

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"patricia hearst" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:31 min | 2 years ago

"patricia hearst" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is one of the most bizarre stories of the 19 seventies. If you don't know the story, Patty Hearst is the granddaughter of the American publishing tycoon William Randolph Hearst when she was 19 a radical terrorist group, the Symbionese Liberation Army. Kidnapped ER. But then she joined them in robbing a bank, and she publicly announced that she'd become a member of the group, which led people to debate whether she'd been converted or brainwashed, And it was just one of the most dominant news stories of the 19 seventies. The new film American Woman. Is inspired by that story focuses sort of on Patty's time in hiding after the robbery when she crossed paths with a Japanese American radical named Wendy Yoshimura is based on a novel by Susan Choi, and the film was made by Calgary in the writer and director and producer Sammy cellist. Sammy has a pretty amazing career. Up to this point. She ran the writer's room on the show. Mad Men wrote some of the best loved episodes of that Siri's but American woman is the first feature film she's directed, which you can stream or rent as of today. So to talk about Patty Hearst to talk about this film to talk about the parallels. She seems between back then and now and her amazing career. The great Canadian Screenwriter and director say Michel has joined me from Los Angeles. How are you? I'm thrilled to be here. I'm thrilled to have you. This is what there's a couple things I find interesting about how you ended up making this thing won is that as I mentioned, it's It's based on the Pulitzer Prize nominated novel by Your friend Susan Choi. The book came out in 2003. You were reading pages of this book as she was writing it going, This's going. This is going to be a movie, right eyes reading her manuscript going. Oh, my God, This is going to be an amazing movie. This is going to be this incredible movie. It's really got that. Like Bonnie and Clyde, Thelma and Louise feeling, you know, it's these two characters who have never seen before on the rent in the lab, and then the book came out and nobody optioned it, and I couldn't believe it And you know, after after an OK amount of time, I said, Susan, do you mind if I have a go at it? And she's so beautifully? Let me option it and then withstood a barrage. Whether offers over the 10 years of it, kid it, mate. Yeah, that that time is meaningful to me, because I mean, if you look at this film on paper, it's a story of two women. One of the leads is Asian American Hung chow. She was on the show talking about this film. Not that long ago. It's about radical politics. It passes the Bechdel test meaning, which is at least two women who get to talk to each other about something other than a man. Was this hard to get made. You know it, Wass. It really evolved over the time that I was working on it, So I adapted it and them And then I rewrote it, and I rewrote. It went through these different generations before I realized I had to direct that I You know, I work primarily is a ski mater and I have this great script and we touched it some huge directors that everyone kept sort of backing away and the violence it would fall through. And finally, I just thought, you know, I had such a passion to tell this story. I know how it should look, I know what it should be like. I know how it wants to feel and I'm going to go ahead and make it and after I decided that it sort of came together, but I think that became really timely and all these different ways. You know, when it came out? It was a moment. It was not that long. After September 11th if people were not interested in stories about radicals from this kind of point of view, which questions you know In part. How far is it right to go to change something That's not right you know are how is what is the best way to change people's minds. And the characters in the movie are all struggling with exactly that, and that became something that people were interested in stories about Also, you know, having Hung chow in the center of the movie was it was worth waiting for. I feel like I found the right person to play Jenny and she found me and them. You know, I don't know if that would have been possible in 2003. You well, it's very different times in 2003 and you talk about how when the book came out how it related to people's idea around radical politics around then Now that the film is being streamed and being able to seen by a lot of people in 2020 do you see similar parallels for right now? Well again. It's you know where I think people on a lot of different levels are wrestling with radicalism right now and and you know what becomes necessary to change people's minds. The other thing is Han Chinese character. Jenny is a Japanese American activist. She has been a fugitive because she's a protest against the Vietnam War. So she was she's based on a woman who was not one of the kidnappers of Patricia Hearst, who was not involved in that who just happened to And that sort of baby sitting her and when she went underground, and so there's these different causes as well that the different characters have and the question of how best to pursue their cries and The character of Jenny really wrestles with violence as a means to an end because she has she considered yourself a pacifist. She's considered she's She's considered herself committed to non violence, and now she finds herself sort of in the mix with these people who are really about blowing things up and burning it down. What's interesting to me about that is, I think on paper when I would tell somebody that Okay, me American woman. What's it about? It's sort of a fixed. I mean that the one thing you could say it's sort of a fictional re telling of a story around Patty Hearst and when they hear a story around here is they immediately assume what you did was a or the or the you. You're the film or the book is a dramatization of bank robberies and kidnapping and you know, and the television please and all that kind of stuff. But as you mentioned, it's based around when you Tamara and she's not the main focus of most tellings of the patty. Her story. Why do you think about telling the story centering this person does. Well, you know it really. It is Jenny story much more than then the character that's their garden place. It's inspired by a petition Hearst and it is about her. I think, wrestling with her own radicalism with what her fate will be and with wet and with how she Is changing herself in, you know, when confronted with this really violent kidnapping that's happened to this other woman that she developed incredibly close and complicated relationship with It's not that same story that we've heard and that people have told and often not well over and over again. It's Patricia Hearst. Actual straight has become almost this mirror for American culture. And you know whether it was the moment where they were like she, you know, took down her hair and had a great time with the radicals. Or it was. She was a complete victim, and we have missed that. She was brainwashed. It really has reflected. I think more than the times then. Any, you know, really incited toe into what her state was. This movie really asked that question. The main character is asking herself that question, you know? Is this a truck traumatized? Girl who need saving. Is this a woman who has had a conversion Tio radical thinking our characters asking that question and wrestling with it herself. I find the conversation around people being able to change their minds. Really interesting. I've seen a lot of instagram content recently saying things like, Normalize changing your mind when you are when you are confronted with new new information, and you've said this film is about how people change their minds. One of you could tell me about that idea. Well, you know, I'm the most like sort of literal sense. Thes radicals kidnapped a rich heiress who had not a high political awareness, and she re emerged as this true believer, robbed a bank with them and said that she was with him even to the point where, when she was finally recaptured or arrested or saved, depending on how you want to look at it, she continually. She continued to hold that identity for a while before dropping it. Finally in her trial, so You know that's one way to change your mind. And I think we can all be not the right way. Thes characters a resting with really, how do you change People's thinking can ever be done comfortably? What's the limit of discomfort that is necessary when something needs to be changed? And I think that's a really timely question. You know the work of being anti basis as many people have been talking about. Involves a lot of just comfort involves making mistakes and and really questioning assumptions. And sometimes that means there'll be a shift in how you see herself and how you see the people that are around you and the people that you care about, And that's exactly what I wanted to wrestle with in the movie. Is there a cautionary tale here for 2020? Mm. Oh, my gosh. It is so too late for caution in 2020. I mean and not saying caution is the catchword of 2020. I mean, I think that If there's anything that.

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"patricia hearst" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

14:28 min | 2 years ago

"patricia hearst" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And as advertised on please privilege to welcome our Dershowitz to our microphones everyone knows the name Alan Dershowitz if you follow the press if you follow one what is going on in the world and Alan has written a book called defending Israel and the subtitle is a very interesting one because he has represented many many people as an attorney but he describes Israel and quote Israel has been my most challenging client Alan Dershowitz welcome to money matters thank you so much you're very welcome I didn't Israel twice and before you get to our interview I want to tell you that I had I was at a wedding and Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife were seated with my wife and me and it was the best wedding I ever went to because I didn't have to get up and dance he wanted to talk about the US economy and the stock market so I sat there throughout the the wedding was just absolutely great news very impressive person to talk to well I've known Bibi since he is twenty two years old when he was a student at MIT studying business and working for the Boston consulting group and you know we we've been very close friends over the years and in my book I have several chapters about him in his prime ministership this relationship with the president trump his relationship with president Obama and and and even its relationship with Bill Clinton president Clinton so there's a lot about Netanyahu in the book he's been the longest serving prime minister of Israel history sue when you attended soon functions within you have not had to get up and dance either every band I dance with the client I went to a square dance once with them on Martha's vineyard and I have a photograph with me dancing with the president Clinton and and Hillary Clinton but not with Benjamin Netanyahu not yet yeah so in writing the book about Israel and I do wanna focus since Allen this is a business show when I want to take a look at the economic relationship between Israel and the United States is part of what our interview is going to be about but why did you decide to describe Israel as your most difficult and challenging client because you have represented my goodness I know right what is a rattle rattle off a couple of your clients because OJ obvious comes to mind but there are many others well Mike Milken talk about economics resented him he was a wonderful client I help get his sentence reduced in ten years to two years in any course went on to do enormously important work on cancer and and because the business world now he was young he was the junk bond king for those who don't remember his name the junk bond king a change that the high yield bond from junk bond well but he he contributed enormously the development of many of the most important companies in in the world today and I think he he got a **** rap but you know that sets up for the public to to judge no I represented Patricia Hearst I represented close von Bulow are represented so many people over the years Mike Tyson DM one very very controversial Mike Tyson some very controversial once because of that protests made last night I spoke in Martha's vineyard No a protest because of some of my clients work so you know you you live in that world people don't protest stockbrokers for investing the money of of controversial people doctors for treating them more priests for you know giving them solace or but lawyers get a **** rap for representing controversial people but I'm gonna get you to do that that's my job and it's a very important job to preserve the rule of law so why is Israel the most difficult clients challenging clients that you've had well it was easy back in the fifties and sixties when I began to Israel everybody loves Israel Israel was that the share a we have countries member they asked the Serling nobody doesn't like Sara Lee like Israel but today he on university campuses it's really a challenge Israel as the prior it's called the part time genocidal country a colonialist occupying country college students today don't protest what's going on in Syria what's going on in China what's going on in Cuba they only protest Israel and I live my life on college campuses so I purposely published this book at the beginning of the school term because I really want every parent who sends their kids off to college to give them a copy of this book Tariq because it provides a really good defense of Israel not valid for the country like the United States it has its problems and makes its mistakes but it's the only democracy in the Middle East and one of the most important democracies in the world and probably America's most important ally in terms of technology in terms of weaponry and a range of other issues also the economic relationship between Israel and the United States is growing Israel is of course a major source of high technology in the book I talk about having Gurion wanted Israel to be based on an economy of oranges and Anthony who realize it's much better to be based on apple's with capital a that is high technology for those who are listening to a sounder she with Israel exports the United States lot of machinery and equipment obviously software is huge agricultural products chemicals and there are many companies that have offices in Israel they're all well known tech companies Cisco Systems IBM we can go on and on Facebook I visited Google headquarters in Israel and it's a remarkable place although many law firms in allocating Israel because there's a lot of business that's being done what is your mailing and business you need lawyers as well look that Benjamin Netanyahu is the Alexander Hamilton of the United States as compared to David Ben Gurion who was the Thomas Jefferson Thomas Jefferson so the future the United States as a glaring he was wrong Hamilton was right you so the future in terms of industry and international trade and Ben Gurion was wrong and not to you know was right so was fine I am Weitzman I don't Washington resources I was asking was claim Weitzman George Washington I think that's right in fact you know I'm thinking of writing another book on called founding fathers in one Jewish mother about during the founding fathers of America with the founding fathers of Israel in the one Jewish mother namely Golda Meir but there are tremendous comparisons between have the United States was established in its declaration of independence and the Israeli declaration of independence and the founding fathers and mothers of of Israel and I think crime whites who was Washington in some ways course relatives became generals in the army yeah I have read about his movement take leave from the left called BDS boycott divestment and sanctions can you comment about that because as you were alluding to this certainly has quite an earth swell on college campuses in many ways what is that all of that well I have a whole chapter in the book on BDS it's not a movement because movement to universal for example the gay rights movement our metal movement the you know the only thing so movements BDS is only focused on Israel it it doesn't talk about boycotting countries that violate human rights you know like China or Cuba organs were only focuses on Israel and it seeks the destruction of Israel the founder of BDS says that Palestine must exist from the river to the sea which means from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea which is where Israel is located he regards television is occupied territory and the goal of BDS is to cease to have Israel exists as the nation state and Jewish people so I've been fighting it on college campuses but many students don't understand it they think it's just against Israel's occupation of the west bank that's not the goal would be yes the goal of PBS's to end Israel's existence as a nation state of the Jewish people we did emanate from that particular geographical group or was it is sold a a social order what is it that people need to know about B. D. S. because it does have an impact not only on the economy which is intertwined with the United States but what are the ramifications of the continues to build up in earth's well well we know now that a number of states in the United States Congress are considering legislation that would require people to do business and not discriminate based on national origin well it's illegal to discriminate against people who are black of people whose day or people who are women it should be also illegal to discriminate against people who are Israelis by the way and the subject of the BDS movement even on matters really because I'm a supporter of Israel one in Oxford university invited me to debate the founder of the BDS movement a man named Barghouti he said he couldn't debate me because I'm subject to boycott because I support Israel so it's a a broad based attempt to destroy Israel and I think they'll be legislation now making it illegal look you can advocate B. D. S. that's fine that's free speech but you can't practice discrimination in America you can advocate not renting to African Americans are gay people that's your right to advocate that you can't practice it and that's why I am so opposed to BDS and I support legislation that would not permit discrimination based on national origin or the good news that I hold the rather used look it started as an adjunct to terrorist attacks on Israel founded by some of the same people supported by some of the same people is just another tactic terrorism is fail military actions of bail and so BDS is now the tactic of choice to try to destroy Israel it won't work no university to date has adopted BDS although there've been faculty votes and student votes in support of it but administrations know that if they were to try to boycott Israel person hurt their stock holdings Chris Israel as a a grow a growing economy and second it would cut off funding one Hampshire college of years ago try to that BDS my son went there I said I would lead a campaign to boycott job after college at the point that it is real why is Israel sole financial contributions and they backed down of courses and they stop the didn't support PDF why is Israel such a magnet for technology and industry what is it about Israel that has had an attraction for US companies well you know its Moses made the wrong turn if Moses had made we want to have the oil right they would have had oil and because Israel doesn't have oil it had to use its own natural resources namely intelligence that I think one of the great things that Israel did was bring a million people and from the Soviet Union and the Soviet Union had an incredible educational system in terms of science it's not terms of liberty or freedom but in terms of science and the million the Russians that came Israel help build start up nation and of course many Israelis who were born there didn't come from Russia contributed as well and so you know Israel has had more patents more start ups and all of Europe combined and it's amazing for a tiny country you know the size of New Jersey and it has a population of Papua New Guinea and yet did that contribute so much to the world in terms of agricultural technology and other forms of technology that it saved many many lives and continuing to do that for years Israel had a great start up of Connie but they didn't have to monetize it and they were getting taken advantage of by other countries in the world and now I think they have figured out how to not only engage in start up technology but also had to kind of make the economy work for them as well so now getting back to the book I want everyone to know the name I want them of course to I want to encourage them to read it the name of the book defending Israel the story of my relationship with my most challenging client by my guest Alan M. there she was Ellen I really enjoyed this conversation and I will welcome you back at any time here on money matters thank you Alan thank you so much I appreciate you're very welcome I am the nays quite frankly if the ability of Israel to survive and thrive not withstanding the fact that they are a bit of a No Way sis yes they have allies like the United States but on the other hand if you know any Israelis I gotta tell you they're tough either first cousin who moved Israel from California is a dot doctor any as three beautiful daughters I mean they are just fabulous women I asked one of them how is it that Israel can survive and thrive in the environment that they are in and she said after having come out of the army at twenty years old of age she said when we come out of the army we go back to our little villages and you know what everyone knows we have a gun and we know how to use it I found that to be an amazing response their armies in every town based upon the fact that the population has served in the official army so Israelis are tough to mess with I remember also landing in the airport in Tel Aviv and suddenly while we were waiting for a luggage sirens went off you know that terrifying sound and all of a sudden German shepherd dogs came right to the baggage area and nothing happened fortunately but they are always aware of the difficult situation it has been in their history to be Israel so I hope you found that interview interesting I'm Gary Goldberg this is money matters.

Alan Dershowitz Israel attorney
"patricia hearst" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

14:26 min | 2 years ago

"patricia hearst" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And as advertised on please privilege to welcome our Dershowitz to our microphones everyone knows the name Alan Dershowitz if you follow the press if you follow one what is going on in the world and Alan has written a book called defending Israel and the subtitle is a very interesting one because he has represented many many people as an attorney but he describes Israel and quote Israel has been my most challenging client Alan Dershowitz welcome to money matters thank you so much you're very welcome I didn't Israel twice and before I get to our interview I want to tell you that I had I was at a wedding and Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife were seated with my wife and me and it was the best wedding I ever went to because I didn't have to get up and dance he wanted to talk about the US economy and the stock market so I sat there throughout the the wedding was just absolutely great news very impressive person to talk to well I've known Bibi since he's twenty two years old when he was a student at MIT studying business and working for the Boston consulting group and you know we we've been very close friends over the years and in my book I have several chapters about him in his prime ministership his relationship with the president trump his relationship with president Obama and and and even its relationship with Bill Clinton president Clinton so there's a lot about not in you know in the book he's been the longest serving prime minister of Israel history sue when you've attended soon functions within you have not had to get up and dance either every day I dance with a click I went to a square dance once with them on Martha's vineyard and I have a photograph with me dancing with the president Clinton and and Hillary Clinton but not with Benjamin Netanyahu not yet yeah so in writing the book about Israel and I do wanna focus since Allen this is a business show when I want to take a look at the economic relationship between Israel and the United States is part of what our interview is going to be about but why did you decide to describe Israel as your most difficult and challenging claim because you have represented my goodness I know right what is a rattle rattle off a couple of your clients because OJ obvious comes to mind but there are many others well Mike Milken talk about economics resented him he was a wonderful client I help get his sentence reduced in ten years to two years in any course went on to do enormously important work on cancer and and because the business world now he was young he was the junk bond king for those who don't remember his name the junk bond king a change that the high yield bond from junk bond well but he he contributed enormously the development of many of the most important companies in in the world today and I think he he got a **** rap but you know let's say shop for the public to to judge no I represented Patricia Hearst I represented Klaus von Bulow are represented so many people over the years Mike Tyson on one very very controversial Mike Tyson some very controversial once because of that protests me last night I spoke in Martha's vineyard Miller protest because of some of my clients work so you know you you live in that world people don't protest stockbrokers for investing the money of the controversial people are doctors for treating them more priests for you know giving them solace or but lawyers get a **** rap for representing controversial people but I'm gonna get you to do that that's my job and it's a very important job to preserve the rule of law so why is Israel the most difficult client challenging clients that you've had well it was easy back in the fifties and sixties when I began to Israel everybody loves Israel Israel was that the share a we have countries member they ask the Serling nobody doesn't like Sara Lee like Israel but today he on university campuses it's really a challenge Israel as the prior it's called the part time genocidal country a colonialist occupying country college students today don't protest what's going on in Syria what's going on in China what's going on in Cuba they only protest Israel and I live my life on college campuses so I purposely published this book at the beginning of the school term I guess I really want every parent who send their kids off to college to give them a copy of this book Tariq because it provides a really good defense of Israel not not a perfect country like the United States it has its problems and makes its mistakes but it's the only democracy in the Middle East and one of the most important democracies in the world and probably America's most important ally in terms of technology in terms of weaponry and a range of other issues also the economic relationship between Israel and the United States is growing Israel is of course a major source of high technology in the book I talk about have been Gurion wanted Israel to be based on an economy of oranges and Anthony who realize it's much better to be based on apple's with capital a status high technology for those who are listening to a Salander's with Israel exports the United States lot of machinery and equipment obviously software is huge agricultural products chemicals and there are many companies that have offices in Israel they're all well known tech companies Cisco Systems IBM we can go on and on Facebook I visited Google headquarters in Israel and it's a remarkable place although many law firms in allocating Israel because there's a lot of business that's being done what is your mailing and business you need lawyers as well look that Benjamin Netanyahu is the Alexander Hamilton of the United States as compared to David Ben Gurion who was the Thomas Jefferson Thomas Jefferson so the future the United States as a glaring he was wrong Hamilton was right you so the future in terms of industry and international trade and Ben Gurion was wrong and Nocturno was right so was I am Weitzman I don't Washington resources I was asking was claim Weitzman George Washington I think that's right in fact you know I'm thinking of writing another book on called founding fathers in one Jewish mother about hearing the founding fathers of America with the founding fathers of Israel in the one Jewish mother namely Golda Meir but there are tremendous comparisons between have the United States was established in its declaration of independence and the Israeli declaration of independence and the founding fathers and mothers of of Israel and I think crime whites who was Washington in some ways course relatives became generals in the army yeah I have read about this movement take leave from the left called BDS boycott divestment and sanctions can you comment about that because as you were alluding to this certainly has court and earth swell on college campuses in many ways what is that all about well I have a whole chapter in the book on BDS it's not a movement because movement to universal for example the gay rights movement if our metal movement the you know the only thing some movements BDS is only focused on Israel it it doesn't talk about boycotting countries that violate human rights you know like China or Cuba organs where only focuses on Israel and it seeks the destruction of Israel the founder of BDS says that Palestine must exist from the river to the sea which means from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea which is where Israel is located he regards television is occupied territory and the goal of BBSs to cease to have Israel exists as the nation state and Jewish people so I've been fighting it on college campuses but many students don't understand it they think it's just against Israel's occupation of the west bank that's not the goal would be D. S. the goal of PBS's to end Israel's existence as a nation state of New Jersey people we did emanate from that particular geographical group or was it is sold a a social order what is it that people need to know about B. D. S. because it does have an impact not only on the economy which is intertwined with the United States but what are the ramifications of it continues to build up in earth's well well we know now that a number of states in the United States Congress are considering legislation that would require people to do business and not discriminate based on national origin well it's illegal to discriminate against people who are black of people will get a or people who are women it should be also illegal to discriminate against people who are Israelis by the way and the subject of the BDS movement even on matters really because I'm a supporter of Israel one in Oxford university invited me to debate the founder of the BDS movement manning Barghouti he said he couldn't debate me because I'm subject to boycott because I support Israel so it's a a broad based attempt to destroy Israel and I think there will be legislation now making it illegal look you can advocate B. D. S. that's fine that's free speech but you can't practice discrimination in America you can advocate not renting to African Americans are gay people that's your right to advocate that you can't practice it and that's why I am so opposed to BDS and I support legislation that would not permit that discrimination based on national origin or the could you use that I hold the rather used look it started as an adjunct to terrorist attacks on Israel founded by some of the same people supported by some of the same people is just another tactic terrorism is fail military actions of bail and so BDS is now the tactic of choice to try to destroy Israel it won't work no university to date has adopted BDS although there've been faculty votes and student votes in support of it but administrations know that if they were to try to boycott Israel person hurt their stock holdings Chris Israel as a a grow a growing economy and second it would cut off funding one Hampshire college of years ago try to that BDS my son went there I said I would lead a campaign to boycott job after college if it boycott Israel why is Israel sole financial contributions and they backed down of courses and they stop the didn't support PDF why is Israel such a magnet for technology and industry what is it about Israel that has had an attraction for US companies well you know its Moses made the wrong turn if Moses had made we would have the oil right they would have had oil and because Israel doesn't have oil it had to use its own natural resources namely intelligence that I think one of the great things that Israel did was bring a million people and from the Soviet Union and the Soviet Union had an incredible educational system in terms of science it's not terms of liberty or freedom but in terms of science and the million the Russians that came Israel help build start up nation and of course many Israelis who were born there didn't come from Russia contributed as well and so you know Israel has had more patents more start ups and all of Europe combined and it's amazing for a tiny country you know the size of New Jersey and it has a population of Papua New Guinea and yet it that contribute so much to the world in terms of agricultural technology and other forms of technology that it's safe many many lives and continuing to do that the years Israel had a great start up a kind of me but they didn't have to monetize it and they were getting taken advantage of by other countries in the world and now I think they have figured out how to not only engage in start up technology but also have a make the economy work for them as well so now getting back to the book I want everyone to know the name I want them of course to I want to encourage them to read it the name of the book defending Israel the story of my relationship with my most challenging client by my guest Alan M. there she was Ellen I really enjoyed this conversation and I will welcome you back at any time here on money matters thank you Alan thank you so much I appreciate it you're very welcome I am amazed quite frankly if the ability of Israel to survive and thrive not withstanding the fact that they are a bit of an oasis yes they have allies like the United States but on the other hand if you know any Israelis I gotta tell you they're tough either first cousin who moved Israel from California is a doctor any as three beautiful daughters I mean they are just fabulous women I asked one of them how is it that Israel can survive and thrive in the environment that they are in and she said after having come out of the army at twenty years old of age she said when we come out of the army we go back to our little villages and you know what everyone knows we have a gun and we know how to use it I found that to be an amazing response their armies in every town based upon the fact that the population has served in the official army so Israelis are tough to mess with I remember also landing in the airport in Tel Aviv and suddenly while we were waiting for a luggage sirens went off you know that terrifying sound and all of a sudden German shepherd dogs came right to the baggage area and nothing happened fortunately but they are always aware of the difficult situation it has been in their history to be Israel so I hope you found that interview interesting I'm Gary Goldberg this is money matters.

Alan Dershowitz Israel attorney
"patricia hearst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

12:13 min | 3 years ago

"patricia hearst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Are the coauthors of same difference found gender myths are hurting relationships our children and our jobs and and the and the other aspect of this and this is where and and maybe Scott didn't mean a word it that way but even even if by the time she reaches eighteen or twenty two a woman decides that she does want to have as our main job raising a family you wouldn't want to beginning in the fifth grade to have room push away from science and math would you no I mean I could I think people I think it is parents should want the kids who want to figure out where this strange fly and to develop those potentials without being fettered by the US of out of date ideas about what women can and can't do that's the problem we end up with not being able to be fully who you are at work the other way as well I think that's what we called our subtitle high Jenna Mister hurting our relationships are our children our jobs in men who have a tendency toward doing things like in the caring field I want to pursue in nursing school education or whatever of those those men agree stigmatize in and then they're not encourage either so they work because both ways all right six one seven two five four ten thirty is our number will go to west Roxbury Allen you're on WBZ hi there how are you good I wanted to just make a comment about women in math I grew up in a family where at the dinner table was we took a math problem my father throughout quizzes to action he taught me easy ways to learn how to come up with the questions and I've taken that with me my whole life and just completed my MBA actually at forty nine years the whole and I just feel that I was living in an environment where I would support it and told I could do anything I wanted to do and and I think that makes all the difference the more you want you want that to happen for if all women you can see or if you're really good example if you didn't have the support you may still have the ability but you in a in a building and there wasn't a go anywhere he needed to that to be nurtured and encouraged and since there's no statistics now that show that ninety five percent of the jobs in the new economy are going to involve computer skills in math skills it means that if your woman and your cut out of that really early on you may be sabotaging your you know earning ability for years to come for a for a much wider variety of jobs than we would have thought of in the past what I noticed in my MBA program for the old woman and I was only out of twenty six people there were only six women in the class and I know that the school that I was going to is really trying to recruit more women but it's still amazing to me how small the amount of women that are in MBA programs in our country all right Allen we thank you very much for the call appreciate it let's go to the car carrier in WBZ hi Kerry hi thanks for taking the call a couple of comments I am the public school teacher and I thought for thirty five years so I've seen a lot of kids come and go but I think that our society has the tendency to think of as call toll some things that are actually phenomenon that are related to a lot of different things I've seen in the past ten years I've been at the high school level and it's amazing to me to watch ninth grade girls whom I think are really an endangered population in the United States come into the high school level and clearly they could die cut my choice between being you and being social and I think that has a tremendous impact on you know achievement factors later on in life so that number one comment and I think that and he ate it Patricia Hearst had the wonderful book called I tried the part that talks about the social and Kieran societal pressures on kids and you know how that affects them the other thing is that there's an interesting comment and one of the two guests commented on you know doctor summers apparent you know lack of information about studies which to me is even more appalling but the studies I happen to be in the foreign language field and studies on foreign language education show that students who study a foreign language which many years ago we thought up and fill it as a verbal type of application actually do better in math than students who do not study a foreign language which means that there's so much about the brain and learning that we really haven't even put together yet because people still dichotomous math and science along one Avenue and the verbal ability from humanity along another side and that it's a lot more complicated than I think the average person on the street might should good points Carey I thank you for the call of with either of you like to comment on what Kerry had I think that with the the for coming first on the first point about the choices that the ninth grade girls make have to make I think that may be true boys as well it is going to be a jock or they can be a student I think that there's a lot of pressure that kids go through and just as part of the way our schools are structured as part of a media culture the kids are very much exposed to I don't know what there is a safe bet that if if your parent or teacher they had to be aware that you know some kids make those choices for the wrong reasons they may be short change themselves the receipt hope to have cancer isn't and sensitive adults around that can encourage a student to be a little bit out of the pack but not you know them to be deviant but create can hold on to their own self what is still being social Carol yeah I think that you find this there's a mistake of thinking that certain things are caused by just X. and what may be happening is it may be the socialization maybe the parents it may be that the culture all these things coming together that really impact on kids with a look at that Michael Moore comment the core mention these of brain differences in the brains of the hot topic there was talking about the L. for the female brain the male brain like that to be a different I got ya oranges apples or something and and the serious brain research is the Crysis say that brain research on humans is in its infancy that we know very very little and then get people feel very comfortable making sweeping generalizations having them published in major books being on TV and radio and interviewed as if there really is a thing called a male brain in it and it's good for certain things and is a thing called a female brain and it's good for another kind of bunch of things it's nonsense I think we we know Indian knowing anything like that and that's we should stop talking like that is not helpful to pick up on a couple of the points that call was made in the last segment I believe was carry our caller who talked about foreign language is one of the areas where there's a lot of a different type of thought than we used to think that would go like verbal communication that would go into a yeah excelling in in foreign language that there there's more structural or mathematical aspect of that and I was thinking about music as something that is as much as it's mark it's very much a science gets very much math and women traditionally have not been pushed away from pursuing music careers they might have been pushed into a corner that they could be at one time that they could be music teachers as opposed to performers are composers but they were allowed to pursue music because that was that was okay with feminine enough or something and yet that's very much about mathematics it was actually an interesting because it was only after they introduced a blind auditions where they'd have a screen friend performer of whether dishing for major ride positions that major orchestras that women's of numbers in orchestras increased by ten fold in some cases when the judges could see that where there was a male female viewers were rated down and there were no females to speak up but now I I've been for the poor was actually here in Boston where most of the performance of female so something that innate anything else to do with expectations and stereotypes Charlie one and then for sure like there's going to the next question the go ahead okay here's the political question here sure Larry summers resign over this a lot of people are saying he should well I think we do have sort of a of a culture where we go you know right from a sort of a minor penalty to the death penalty and my feeling is that on this one particular issue Larry summers admitted he made a mistake of me he we put an initiative into place so I think that had he stonewalled and Saddam right and and you're wrong he should have been fired over it he does seem to have responded appropriately what's happening politically of course at Harvard is that there's long been a problem between the faculty in between Larry summers so it's now serve devolving into a political fight that goes beyond the Maffia yeah roster exactly with that all right very good six one seven two five four ten thirty or number two east and Bridget you're on WBZ hi hello there thanks for taking my call short I don't have a lot of depth on it may affect that another professor but I don't see what the big deal is I don't fight I would not that is what he said I read the transcript today in the paper I think a lot of it was taken out of context I also think he made some very valid points and I don't get it I don't understand why people in fact you could take I think the other woman a very valid point I think it's too complex could be one way the other and I think a lot of the points he made were valid did the title judgment I think this is gonna be a creeping guttural fail I think a lot of the professors over having a nothing except prima Donna in a leader I think is the core that doesn't like Larry coming no matter what he says he read transcripts word for word why is it so horrendous I have a boy and a girl then I call my wrist wins in nineteen months of Pat and I we can't go on I gave you know I treated them the same the whole night as they got older on their own the wiring the society the the they went to regular school where private schools with they will both talents they chose to go in different directions to this day my son the Villanova grad and very very bright will not read for fun and yet he read when he was little it doesn't mean that that part of the brain didn't develop but I disagree with both the teachers in the event or your faith is in the event that I think that while the jury's still out on whether the brain the different I don't think there's any at any thing that there are differences between men and women it doesn't mean we can't do sciences but it does mean that I think that there were during the come more natural to one than any other in order to get the other would be complete you've got a really almost for the director of the clean air well are you saying that your son probably couldn't have been a speech writer a poet of it that that he was not naturally inclined to anything that had to do with verbal but I am I am paying intellectually he could be all of those things I'm sure he could be you know another cow world no question about it and I'm thinking that when he went in high school you know that the brothers really pushed him and he excelled verbal because he had to I'm saying that on his own that is not the direction to go in a fight hated him even now with twenty five years old we'll see him why don't you read that the telling me the family read a political panel read anything you know that's not what he wants to do but I think you're mistaking your sons the choice and his his particular town when you look at the people who do occupy the positions that require a lot of reading yeah huge numbers of men are are in those job so I don't think anybody could say that men do not naturally gravitate to a job I'm not saying that you're at the right they do but I'm willing to bet you if you take a female writer in the higher echelon in the mail the basic package differently that's all I'm saying and that's and why let me let me a bridge and I thank you for the call it yeah let me ask this question about the math and science areas I I.

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